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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): May 18, 1916 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1916 cla1916051801_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 18, 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. ft - -- e'. , it ' . Burgher JE ' x g. Q . i I , 3jr M. P. O'MARA, Editer ' AYry ITY TIMES . We are Here to Help Clay CKy, iMVTounding Country and Ourselves. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. VOFXXI. Superintendents Mist ;Devdie Full Time. CLAY CITY. KY,. THUKSgY MAY J 8 1916, NO. 20. Ice Cream Supper For the Cemetery MelpWood Roads ' Tlio'public meting to take up the road qiiestlflgi, which was calledfor last SSturday night, was tended' Sf( the enthtisi-aswell of those prfjgftnt made up for any lack qf numbers. After consideraibltt discussiou, during whlcli;i5fc J. E. Burgher presided as clwrniun, u motion was macie nize a "Good and this was being curried out, elected Presitftj O'Maru, Secret The folio wft committee on 11 1 O-- 01 ItOUUB-ASSOClB- Education Board School Patrons Makes Statement Hold Meeting In discussing the actions of this Board in changing the boundaries and putting the Wultersvilleand Dsrlings-vill- o schools two second-clas- s schools together and making one pn( nhnrf it has been said that it was rushed through wihout one of tho members being present and that the other three were misinformed, Ac, c. Wo wish to state for the benefit and information of those who want to know tho truth of this matter, that the change in these two districts was first discussed at the time we abolished the Coperas Creek district, which school until one year ago, was being maintained by this county for the benetit and convenience of Clark and Montgomery citizens exclusively, except two families who lived in Powell who had children within the school age. Those people objected seriously when we abolished that district. They did not abuse the Board of Education and every one connected in any way with the school affairs of the county, but they protested severely. They were conscientious, sincere parents who saw that their children attended school, but were afraid tliut if the district was abolished neither county would be able to have them as convenient to the schools, on account of their unfortunate location with reference to other schools, us is the Case in inunj instances in most every count , auu it 'we hud listened to their pleadings we Would still be maintaining that school. This Hoard appointed two members to go into the territory of Wultersvilie and Darliugsville, una they went iu persuii' and looked, over the ttiuation, Sebillgr UlU A 1iiUlldiUi",'lukA: niunoimiBiie apart, neuour anyways iieur ine center oi eitiier uistnct, not that division, the Hiuootiiest part of the count)', both buildings in, need of repairs, and knowing that in u large school it requires teachers with iirst-cfuccrtiticutei, the pupils, teachers, patrons all manifest greater interest and tor various reasons pertaining to the welfare of the people who live in that section and ulso the taxpayers all over the county, wo decided to (Uniterm ti the lint- these two iiHtrii-ty- . It is perfectly natural for people who send then children to school to want a school convenient, out a io impossible to gel it near evury one. Our legislature had lino in mind when it passed the law giving the County Board of Education Fl'U, power to establish or to change the bound rjeAv ilNtphs aries of tnose already established. We havci establisheu a Fm-elns- s school in that district mid the people should be proud or it. While it is not the largest school in the count) cither in number uf pupils or size of territory, still it is the first time that the.Firbt Division ever had a first-cla- s district that demanded the bcrvicesol a first clas teacher, and we ure sure that they will be pleased with tue change after they have seen the advantages that it will afford. It is true that one member of the Itnipl wnt utisenr- having been called uway on account of the illness of his grandson, but he knew ttiut this mutter wus coming up and wrote the Chairman of the Board that he could not be present out would be satisfied with whatever action tue other members took, and after he knew what action had been tuken he concurred In thu decision of the other three. When the petition was placed with tho'Chuir-ifia- u asking for u specful meeting to reconsider the matter, stating their reasons, the members uf tho Board were asked if they wanted the cull inude and they stated thut they did not us It would Jut cost $ILM0 to havo thu extra meeting, when it could be taken up at their next regular meetlug, and that they had welged thu matter well before taking the action, had heard the reasons as set forth In tho petition, and that they would (tot reconsider the the action It called., flrgf-i-lnsa alirst-cluss'schooi'in ss I'V-jiiK - School and College To Stsile Superintendent Gilbert The Indies of Clay City olul lias announced a new ruling ap- vicinity will cive an ice cream plying to comity superintendents mid strawberry supper at. the in wliicli lie says that all superin- Oassidy Building, Saturday uidit. tendents must devote their en- May SO, 1010, for the Benefit- of tire time to their duties and nof the. Clay City Cemetery. whatengage in any All ure cordially invited nnd ever. Those not .complying with any onu wishing to make ilo.ua this rule will be required to resigu tioijs. of cakes or strawberries frnm.tlieir offices. will please leave tho same with Russell, Mrs. .1. II. O'Rcar or Mrs.Hovt Russell'. I - 'Hide-line- " - A number of citizens of both the Waltereville and Darlingsville schools, tho two schools recently consolidated, and the two largest schools in this division, met at the Wultersvilie school house lust night to talk over the question of taking legal steps to annul the consolidation of these schools, which these citizens claim was Mrs.-Jenni- e I Separate resolutions. Editor Clay City Times : revival conimenced at. the by the Presu A I um writing this as a mate of com- Stanton ciurt house Wednesday A T. Vlhhvfi mon interest to the people of Powell, and perhaps to many others interested night, services belli? conducted R .Q. Crabtte in the cducntiun of our young, people, Mr.-II. Fuller and myself went to Pittsburg, Pa., on the 10th of April Jsst;to be present at a meeting" of the Board of Home Mission of the United Presbyterian Church, which has had the- - management of Stanton College since.,, its inception' to discuss with them, the interest of the College and irs influence, in. the county. After our visit, which was a very' pleasant one. Ireeiveda Jetterfrom Dr. Hutchinson, tliu corresponding Sec. of the; board,' to a Sec. of the Stanton" Graded School" Koaru, ui whieh he says, 1: f you as ec or. Stanton 7 E. Revival : then appointed H. U'Rear, W. Searles and ml the follow effected without, giving anv re gards to the wishes of the school patrons. They resolved themselves into u mass meeting. J. M. Smothers was elected Chair-- " man und J. N. Burgher was elected Secretary. The following resolutions were presented nnd utmniiuonsly udopted : KES0M7TI0XS. We, the patrons, citizens and taxpayers of W'altcrsville and Darlingsville school districts, being apprised of the fact that the County Board of Education 1ms consolidated the two districts here represented, without coun sel of the putrons, aud, upon petition lor a rehearing that we mar nresent our objections to the consolidation, we are arroguntly, insolently and despotically wholl ignored, come together in muss meeting for the purpose of denouncing such autocratic government of our schools. Wo resolve that in this consolidation it is the sense of those attending this meeting; that no reference was, given to tke. needs of our children, but tha,t v (Conlinued on v This Board has, by Rev. R.M- - Reynolds nig resdlutitj , prceeuieu uy tli ear, wjjre ad fed ah read : ajJfi jwell County han so of ifinted one-ha- lf to the western irnuuu issue, nty, by resolution v Court at its meet- List. Saturday a petiti($ot; Orjter.of.Hfel ug certitied same to in vol ti n ta ry ba n k r uytcywfited Itpad' CoiHmfMeV, It. 0. Tttrrell, ho in t Im Fpdfiriit'rorffrn'P'GotfimEton liM cBdorel(? Order nrd advised There- against lePearsit- - CBHipiy t(WwVii(cordirn?ly. PearslteyCompany Ceases Operations giruusly. jiVbvlJU which. IHnsV he!i dhl?l.liiwiB(i &J?f, oy tills mass Fxr-Jiii- meet-.''- n 0 oArkia uitK liat-'ff'sijtjci- rROjreiiMMSHinia your ge-- Bo; use of UiVoni pS'ny'cu n : jyeerty" or buAM aiofcTlrndeu suhool Bcw'liss been forced 1 em by the question raised to ih frequently' and persistently us to the legality of tho school district using the Cojlege building, llowcver, I ro you. this, will In no seme interfere with the Stanton School District pupils orijoy jng the same privilege in the College that, they have heretofore. "Ve regret very much the necessity of this4 change, but wo wish to express our hearty, appreciation of the pleasant re.- - DiQt.0u: 1 as-fu- lUESOLYED,I!i;.that it- i; evident the river, .from that Vowel! county, muo itseit.- is A house-ncrosthf roads .' town, occupied by- the family. f. unable to dojuf deeding, iinpxovehicnt in this end of John Jud"dy, and ownejl by the county we thertfore urge the formSchooler EBiep, caught lire Thurs ation uf an uBsociatiun by tho name ol duy noon. ntid. waBiOuIy. Raved, by 'est KuU t.iOd.Uouds Association, or the energetic work of thn neigh- some other suitable name, whieh AssoThe bors, who formed a bucket bri- ciation may ifw,uieo. or gade. For a time theYe was business of t U ssoeiution shall be to - m Z ruaiu. wdlu: i - and good j ui mo western por- mty, that ire most of tho Eiscal Court's or and every other rviuiir'i of tu;. - j payers, Last tagej. - who is purajyzed and to promatu,;fUKl protect the roads unable to move, but she was interests iu ariypvfier way to the best find Mrs. Cuddy, tho systematically considerable anxiety concerning' ruuds i tin- - portiun of the county, l solicit- - building of (Continued; on Last Page) gotten out safely. STANTON COLLEGE. Commencement Entertainments! May 20 Saturday May 20, Sabbath May 21, Monday May 22. 2 1 May 24. Primary Play Baccalaureate Sermon Music Recital High School Play Graduar tion Exercises PROGRAM: p. m 1. a. tri. 2 7-- Tuesday May 23, , p, m. 30, p. m? Admissiea 15 and 25 cents Wednesday May 24, 7.30 p. m. Address by Rev. Dr. J. W. Tyler of Danville. Remember the Dates Saturday, rlayso, TO Wednesday, May 24 ALL FREE except the High School Play which will be 15 and 25 cents admission. f advantage aceopdihg,to.the judgement of iiii.ro personSTpluceU in control of the affairs of lheAsociationi. ItESOLVED,,, that upon the advice of Iload Commissioner that our roads be gaded This fall, and that all culverts be placed,' aud the roads thoroughly urugged jto avoid the expense of being rolled and at the same time conserving all the casli possible .Unit this may be reserved to the largest extent for tho. uppjication of metal, beginning next spring, we direct our actions along thiamine in full accord with the ltoad Commissioner. 1CES0LVJ2D, ah, that the roads for improvement Shall be locally designated as Clay City, to Stanton rond, 4 miles: CluyCity to Winchester road, (3 miles ; Clay City to Mt. Sterling roud, Smiles; Ulny City to Irvine road, 3 Hardwicks Creek milos i Clay Clty-troad, 5 miles. The first four roads ure roads upon whirbtho county asked for Statu aid, whicV'ltns been accepted, the last namedvriMd being the most traveled in thectjtiuty, wo feel that it is entitled to anequal share of the fO.OOO set apart for this end qf the county, and it Is the sense of this meeting that they bo .let iu on equal terms. RESOLVED, 5th, that this meeting heartlly approves of the good work being detM by our., cfllcicnt Heads Department at Frankfort and especially for the kind Wns'iduration and great interest shownTJi. our Powell county roads, HES0Ii'ED,j9iht that these rcsolu-tion- s be preseii&Sfcby a committee apQf this mett-Fupointed by thp which sluytjF.Sear them to the it"", at an adjourned Court Ib at all times used it best jtiugeiiiriii iu administering the the school affairs oftheeouutj. We do not claim not to-- have made any mistakes. The man who never mnLi-- s a mistake is tho man who does nothing. but we have always managed to reach a unanimous opinion upon all questions and it has never been necessary to call on our Chairman, Mrs. Ilohannun, to vote upon any question pertaining to the expenditures or changes of any boundaries in the county ; hence, wv alone aro responsible and aro perfectly willing to allow the public to judge at to tho wisdom of our acts und we fail to find any trustee in the county who thinks that our schools are not progressing in their respective districts and we feel thut they are the ones most capable of Judging. Jlelow will show what two out. ol tho thirty trustees, who have expressed themselves to us have to say, anil the others just as favorable. Albert Easter, I Mc.' be" John Kinsvr , of Board of J.E.Creech, 0. A. Coulee, Sect. ) praan g, fei Cottliui wd.on, pa v f 1mm 2. "My attention has Just been called to some statements In regard to th. educational interests iu tho count) aud thu party publishing such statement certainly docs not know the conditions in my district, As lum trustee in district known as Tin Town district, and have been interested in for several years, 1 know thai conditions are better here now than they have ever been and tiny otu lenient thut is detrimental to the present administration of thu school affairs certainly meets with my hearty disapproval" (Signed) J. W.Boyd. ' I notice some stuff being published which I think all people iu thu county who are interested iu the welfuru ui the schools should readllv resent. Our school In the Bowen district of which I am trustee, has never been in huttor shape. Thu people take more Interest in tne Bciioois und we luive tho very best teachers, and any statement thai the present management of the school affairs is not uflluient, U surely misleading us fur as my district is (Signed Albert Ewen, Trustee. s .', fir i Jr- THE 1'IMES. Association to Help Good Roads together with any (Continued from First Page) A Democratic Newspaper meeting May that our double compliments and these resolutions nru presented to the Court OthTts The Best Weekly in this Section also for iln junt actions in Its proceed ings so far, and Unit we assure Its Probably the most distressing members of our abiding faith and deliberain their actions and and prevalent disease" to which M. P. O'Mara Editor tions when the roads of this ei.d of the Americans are heirs jslualarrhal county are being considered. oit'ectiou of the mucous mem-brane- s tnnil mat Entered as second-clas- s A great deal tif useful discus-siuAccording to medical ter at the Post OITlco at Clay City, wits ImiTiglrttmt' at the meet- authorities the indoo..iyprker is Iy., under the Act of Congress of ing, tuid meetings will he held moro'susceplihle nudJie'tfie worse Mnrch 3, 1879. from time to time ut winch any- suil'crer from catarrhal condi- Eighteen Years Old other bt'iiollclnl information It may gather from now until that time, and Prevalent Mere Indoor Work ef ? ore ! Catarrh Mo$t Susceptible than THERE IS Many a man who can't build a chicksev- to$Com-mo- n Diseases en coop in a week, who can finish eral air castles in a night! one-res- ults eon-itdcn- ci Dream on but FINISH the chicken coop make a good count. 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 A IIOMli-MAD- fc I'APElt. MAY. 18. 1P1C THURSDAY, "ANNOUNCEMENTS AYenrctnulhorfcod to niinouure O. W. GOUiaEY of'&jattyvillc, Leo Comity, Ky., as u candidate for Judge of the Court of Appeals for the Seventh Appelate District of Kentucky, subject to the notion r.f tlin Paniililmin IMPttf fit. ttt tlPinilllr election to bo held August 5, WIG. We arc authorized toanuounco HOSCOE VANOVKU of Pike county, us a Candidate for Judge "of the Court of Appeals for the Seventh District of Kentucky, subject to action of the Republican party at tho primary, August 5th, 1010. We arc authorized toanuounco 8IMEON d. WILLIS of Boyd county, as a candidate for Judge of the Court of Appeals in the Seventh Appellate District, subject'to run- f tlio Uenublicans .in the . . it r J primary, aaturauy, August o, iiuu. -- thing of interest with reference tions, of which thereWe many to tho road question will he dis- kinds. i cussed. Oahirrh of tho slnjUtteh and Among those present at. the kidneys is one of commeeting were several of the oil mon causes of dysppj-iand men .ut present operating, near Bright's disease, audjcutitrrhal took a lively in- conditions of the nosend throat here, terest in all the proceedings. Nine often lead to deafness, out of ten cases of deafness can bo traced to catarrh, it. is said. Come and See It! Frequently tho Juai-becomail'ectcd by the exteilsjon of caTiie following item appeared tarrhal iuilaui'tliou byway of the in last week's Irvine Sun, and bronchial tubes to tliPiuiig subcaused considerable discussion stance. here : The mental and'jdjy'Jjbal sfate A report sent out from Powell coun- of the catarrh Buffereraje. indeed ty and briefly reported in the dun that v.ory unfortunate,. jjjpdjit is sura ten barrel well had been drilled in on prising tokuow whiitjtjti'inimense the Olarl; farm cannot be verified and the general opinion of the oil men is number of people auinjPS those who reside in suchccs as ........ that the report is false. The editor of the Sun evident- are suffering from tjijs almost" . ly did not look very far to have universal maladv. when they b- the report authenticated, or he lievo something else'.'is the cause would easily have found the oi tneir rrouoir truth of it. The w.ell is there The symptoms of;c?tarrh are anil .can be seen by anybody, and offensive breath, constant sniHV" that it .ling; djecharne from? f the noe, coipetent oil win' produce atJeast twenty bar- - headaches, fulMieatTjV pains itr rchVa day, which js twice, what, 5'hetijiyicn7 iptsoM IfKjis i nay tlie-fnost a Savings Account Clay City National Bank PAYS 3 PER nnd-tho- y CENT COMPOUND INTEREST . e STANTON COLLEGE, KY. '. STANTON, Students Admitted at Any Time One - of the Best Schools in Kentucky. , Courses in Agriculture and Domestic Science ..Review Classes v - in the Common Branches .will the Ternv ' - be Conduced throughout i . uien-etm- - 3y paying par ol their Expenses in Woik, Students may ge i 'Rates at the Dormitory as iovas'$l 5o per Week. was reportedly The Times. Judge S. S. Willis Of Ashlnd, Bojd" county, Kentucky, candidate forjudge of the Court of Appeals, is a strong and aggressive campaigner.' He makes a good impression wherever ho goes. His political ftanding is certified by the Republican party of his couuty which hp has served faithfully and unselfishly since hewas a boy. He has no oposition at home, and no personal antagonism anywhere. His legal ability is of the highest order, attested by the unanimous endorsement of tho Boyd County Bar and tho enthusiastic support of many of tho best lawyers of the District. He has by his own unaided efforts risen to the front rank in an exacting profession In tho short space of fifteen years. He has never held ofllce and is no He desires no chronic oilice seeker. offlco but the one ho now seeks, for which he has specially prepared. Fow lawyers are mure familiar with the decided cases, and all tho sources of judicial authority. He is in the very prime of life and possesses the youth and strength to bear the great burden of work and responsibility that falls to the lot of an Appellate Judge. During all the years of his active career at the bar, he has never addressed :i disourteous nemark to witness, ad versary, or court ; niado a statement of fact that was doubted, or given a prom lse that was not fulfilled. Ho is free from all entanglements iind will administer justice impartially and without fear. His nomination would add strength to the ticket for the Presidential battle, as he has long liecn regarded as nn asset of the party, (8igned) W. 0. Halbert, Olruit Judge, Twentieth District; John P. Coldiron, Commonwealth's Attorney, Twentieth District; Jas. W. Burns, County Attorney, of Boyd County. Taul.ic, tin. reat .reconsurucf-iv- e Jnnic, wsa designed to reliove Pursuant to the order of the just these conditions. Thoumnd8 Democratic State Committee ofjncn and .women have tiuhesi made April 14' h 1016, I hereby tntingly acknowledged llie betie-fitcall n Democratic County Conthey have derived, through vention, to meet on Saturday, this Master Medicine. May 201 li, 1910, at 2 (clock p.m., Tanluo restores lost appetite,' at the Circuit Court ro'omTir relieves sniflliug, djscharge from Stanton, for the purpose of selecting delegates to the Demo- tho nose, headnchesud stomach pains, and will a'gilsf.'-ithe as. cratic State Convention which of fond and bring hack similatinn iconvenes in Lexington May 54th, sound sleep, according to tlionsr 1010. for the purpose of selecting ben- delegates to the Democratic Na- ands who have realized tho eflts from this wonderful propa tional Convention to heIiel3"irt St. Louis Mo, on Juno 4th. ration. Tunluc is a tonic of rare prop. 1910, and for the purpose of ef ertif't1, aa nppetizp and (nerul feeling the party organization. All known Democrats of l'ow invignrnut designed to rid the ell cou.ity are earnestly and cor system of congestion, tone up the diully invitedjo atten J the cuun stomach, overcome indigestion, headaches, backachesl uou assimty convention. ilation of food, nervousness, Luther Lovinj:, diziness, ailments of the kidneys Sect. County Committee. and liver, and the complaints that are so common to the half sick, debilitated men and women s n County Convention hisS' of: nppeMtejwKftleep, anil a great ljabilitytQ-tahhicolds and sore, throa'F;.- - , g r I Rev. I $ mation Write to j. C. rianiey, Stanton, Ky. President, w 9) (m You Need a Tonic When that time comes to you, you know what tonic to take Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardul is composed of purely vegetable ingredients, which act gently, yet surely, on the weakened womanly organs, and helps build them back to strength and health. It has benefited thousands and thousands of weak, ailing women in its past half century of wonderful success, and it will do the same for you. You can't make a mistake in taking There are times in every woman's life when she needs a tonic to help her over the hard places. -- CARDUI The Woman's Tonic Miss Amelia Wilson, R. F. D. No. 4, Alma, Ark., says: "I think Cardul is the greatest medicine on earth, for women. Before 1 began to take Cardui, I was so weak and nervous, and had such awful dizzy spells and a poor appetite. Now I feel as well and as strong as I ever did. and can eat most anything." Begin taking Cardui today. Sold by all dealers. . TRACY HTOILY of to-da- Tnnlnc mny 1k obtained now in Clay City at the store of Eaton Real Estate and Insurance. We Buy and Sell Farm and City & McGuire, whe'r.o it is being Property of all kinds. We have some especially introduced and its by thoTanlao nico farms in Clark and adjoining merits explained Man. counties for sule or rent. Writo us ST"- what you want. Tatilac may be ohlnined in We write all kinds of Insurance. Stanton a t Ilardwick & Co. ; TRACY AND ST0KELY. Office, Has Helped Thousands. Keep your Mia . , CLEANING I Skin Clear and Healthy 'King; Oollejie TREES. There is only one way to have n Hill, Ginter Bros.; Torrent, J. Fruit Main Street, Winchester, Ky. and GmauientuI trees, n'ud i hut. dear, hi'ilihr coirph-xioTaylor Day; Irjine, Irvino Drujr Gusli Store; Shrubs, Grope Vines, Ithubnrb, As. is to keep the bowels netive alul Co.; Genet, Genet pnragus, Peonies, Pblox, Kosos, .etc. regular. Dr, King's No v Lifn Walter8Ville, Inry Wldron.' Bowen, Day AND PRESSING. S - Revival Stanton couit house Wednesday nijilit, eerviccs being conducted bjr am ready to do your Clean tag ami Precslag. Ged work For Oeod T 9iikbrUtx Try Eg. - EVT.ltY THING FOIt OJICIIARD, Pills will make vou? complexion LAWN AND OAUDKN. NO AGENTS Kcd healthy and clear, movethebowidH L'Oiitly, guaranteed and .A revival commenced at tho Uev. R. charts reason- A. P. Uohnson ' la the CM FREE CATALO0S able. Orders left wjlh J. ikm stasSMxt to the II. P. Hillenmeyer & Sons. ' Lexington, Ky,' Advertise in Tho Times. will receive prempt attenttoa. RlvrHtl. SjtamfMMtg stimulate I lie liver, cIchuho thesyHteni and purify the blno.l, A np'ondld fpri'itr medicine, 25". at your Druggiei. " ' ... . r. ', it Reynolds. JAMES WILLIAMS. al!Scaifi TrMbwrnt AavMtlso In Tha TlmeSj-- : If-- ' 10CAL ilEWS Ins B. llull, of Lexington, was here Monday (in buaincRs. Blank Oil and Gas Leases for S.tle at'The Tiines OHlce. .Mrs. II. Shnttiick and children, are gbendinga few days of here. N-id- collection with the L. &N. The westbound arrives here at 7: 10 in the inorhini;, the afternoon one at 4:59, while the afternoon east bound arrives here at 7 : 1)5, going on to Jackson where it ar. lives at 9:50. T..taM-aagga- II g. A Square Deal. ,. ? ill OJT I REPORT OF THE CONDITION NATIONAL. at Clay City, THE CXjAY GIT BANK. in tho Stnte of Kentucky, nt tho close of lniHi'iiosa May I, 1010 We. aim to Oscar Mackey left Monday for Ohio, where he will w;ork for the out look here. lie will sink two summer. wells in Lee county at once, one near Bear Track and one near Curt Ha.ins, of Jackson, is spending n few days with hie Radical. s sister, Mrs. MA P. O'Mara. Gardner Shi mfessel was brought : Irs. Hack worth and daughter, home from Lexington Tuesday in 2 f.' Virgie, are visiting Mr. a serious condition frgm a nervous V .slcy Hack worth, for a few breakdown broimht on aB the du w. result of a kick he received from a horse annmber of years ago, Dale, While spent ti'fcw days It is thought by physicians that here with his parent?, previous a piece of bone is pressing on the to leaving Tuesday for Louisville, brain as he has several attacks of where lie will attend a law school. this nature at different times, and Some law' breakers has been he will return to Lexington " using dynamite in the river with shortly to undergo an operation the result that a large number of in the hope of getting relief. fishwero killed, among them a At the present Gardner is doing nicely although his condition has 30. pound pike. been critical sereral times since . Mrs. W. T. Adams was called he came home. to- Atlanta, Ga., to attend the H. I McWharter of Richmond, ftiiiprai of her brother, Richard was here Monday looking over Mjithershed, who died suddenly the school. Mr. McWhurter ItiiB Saturday at. his home there. . made application for the prln Stuart; of Winches? cjpashipjinhoHchool, and would, a business visitor here we believe, make an excellent s Mondays Jhe Colonel, isljjv.ay.s teacher,, jf appointed- by the of, business, and it is bo.(vd., .It, U propos'ed this! year 'v chOck-futeacher?, a prin- ' ;ag(4sure: to see. men like htm to employ-threeipitjat a salary qt SCO pec mouth; .with,a"Jfirst.assistant at $45, and.' This h section man, 8t a second assistant nt$80. , VUMClli, w nil! in jui gu, miiieui injii would. make Ihe. work,.. a, great ago; by! deal easier on all the teachers "that place ' a." striking" his, foot- with" a, tamping than it has been duriu the past pick, was taken, to a Lexington year, nnn would be very beneli-cia- l to the. pupils. . .hospital Wednesday, for further i - Eveloth, one oT lie biggest oil men in. Lee county, passed through here a few days ago on his way home. Mr. Eveloth had boon" to Detroit looking after some drilling machinery and on his return bought. a horse at Mr Sterling to ride through and look the county over. He said he w:s very favorable i in pissed with ll e Cline. I treat our customers in the besfrpossible manner and to give them a square deal. Oup Stock s clean and fresh, and our prices are Give us a trial. right. Henpy WALTERSVILLE, Waldpon KENTUCKY fifif-K-li- K King Emerald Chief 4396 King Emerald Chief will make the ensuing season at the stable of J. G. Patrtct?, near Stanton College, at the low price of TEN DOLLARS to insure a living colt. King, Emerald is a son of Emerald Chief, of World's Fair fame. He stands 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 KentuVkyT He is a half brother to Emerald Bell, that sold for $ 250, and tha amount was awarded Mr. Patrick for the mare by a Powell county-jurand also by the Court of Appeals. He is also a half brother to Viok. Allen, one of the beauties of the world, and sold for $1 750 old. There is no better breeding horse in Kentucky, as a four-yeas his cblts show! We also have a fine JACK, which will make the season at the same place 'at the fee oF 1 ar -- tfj an 1 Lonns and discount!) ........ 02,020.-Overdrafts, unsecured l.OH.Ott U. S. bonds deposited to secure circulation (pnr value) .5,000.00 Securities other thnn U. S. bonds (nut including stocks) owned unpledged .. 'J0,6fil.2. Subscription to stock of Fetlernl Reserve bank, 2,000 Less amount unpaid, 1,000... 1,000.00 Banking house 1,000.00 Due from Federal Reserve Uank .,600.00 Due from approved reserve agents in New York, Chicago and St. Louis 2,052.20 Duo from approved reserve ngents in other reserve cities Net amount due from bunk nnd bankers 282.50 Fractional currency, CO. CO nickels nnd cents Notes of other national bonks .. 150.00 money Rf.sf.rvk in Hank : Lawful Total coin and cer6,044.70 tificates, Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer (not of more than b circulation) 1,250 00 1 RESOURCES. m m n Total 154,891.75 LIABILITIES. I 1 j,, v .olTOL ter-wa- $8.oq'To Insnre a Living Colt. . - J. C. Patrick, Stanton, Ky. e 25,000.00 Capital stojk paid in 8.000.CO Surplus fund Undivided profits, .. 5,866.38.. H Less current expenses, interetand taxes paid 1,241. 19.. 4,625 10 Circulating notes outstanding a,X).ur H Net amount due to approved reserve agents in other 5,981.8: H reserve citica 657.51 Due to banks and hankers ill Dividends unpaid 40.00 Demand Deposits: Individual depos its subject to 85;311.9i check Cashiers cheeks 276.2:i .. outstanding Total demand de- 83,587.22 posits 154,891.7u Totd " State of Kentucky, gCopicer, . - few-'day- s - fi'JPr-,-'-- 1 Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Allen left Frisbee, manager of a, few days ago for New York, the- Winchester Ball Club, was where Mr. Allen: will engage T. G. McOlure, who here a few days ago and said that his boys were anxious to have a came herefronnJonesboro, Tenn., game ' with Clay City, having left lor Pittsburg, H. D. !heajjd that wo had a good team loft for Iduho, W. M. Lane Colonel Aius-wort- h treatment. ! . ;ar The' largest-shoon2-fdtieth County of Powell, ss : I. A. T. Whitt. Cashier of the nbovi named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is truo to the best of my knowledgo und belief. A. T. Whitt, Cashier. . Subscribed and sworn to before me this 12th day of .May, 1016. Harry L. Russell, Notary Public, Powell County, Ky My Commission expires Jan. 11, 1 Correct Attest: Geo Hon, ; trank II. Russell, Directors. James B. Hull, 1P-- thisi.yeur. factory in the country makes less than of the entire shoe output, but the' FORD automo-bile- s M. A, Word Phillips Dead Tuesday - P Colliver, of is staying for a few. days with her father, W. T. Adams, in ttio absence of her mother, Her. sister, who is in Alabama. Mrs. 0. B. Dickson, will be hore Ash-lan- .Mr.W. MOTOR- - COMPANY builds half of all the was received M. A. made in America. This volume is necessary to supply.the demands of people who arc looking for econonvy at a low cost. Get Yours Today. Phillips of Louis ville who has been quite sick with heart trouble was dead. that Mr. The remains were brought hero ftiesduy, buriul taking place in the Stanton Cemetery Thursday morning. Judue Phillips moved with Ids family to Louisville lat-fall iuorder to be near his chil dren, who are i v i n there Judge Phillips was l!o years of age one of the best known citizen of Powell county, having been quife prominent in politics fuse vera years, serving as enmity attorney and in other oflieo. lie was a native of West Liberty, moving to this county soiin twenty years ago. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Elizi t . iVext . week. Lex-Thgt'o- n, 1916?Touring Car 1916-Roadster . . . $440 $390 jg ..Xliss Minnie Pherign, of spent last, Sunday with her brother, EI. H. Phengo and - Five Passenger . . . . I family. She was accompanied .baok hnniQ by Master William ' nrl, who will spend a few weeks otli hjs grandmother, 1 Three Passenger , "WORKS WONDERS" These Prices F. O. B. Detroit ., J. W. Mize was in town Tucs and dropped into t ho Times oflice wherCT he is always a welcome visitor. Mr. Mize tells us that, all the land on Frames' Brandt except his 221 acres and an adjoiniug tract of 125 acros, has" been leased to various oil men. He will probably lease within a short time. day" doomed to end In a dark garret, can be restored to beauty and usefulness by a coat of MANY a piece of old A. T. Whitt, Clay City, Ky. I Distributor of Ford Cars for Powell County. PEE GEE RE-NU-L- furniture, and woodwork Is a Stain Pee Gee and Varnish combined' made especially for beautifying homes RE-NU-L- It is easily applied, dries quickly and adds to the life and appearance of floors, The new L. & N. time table has caused considerable discussion umonu travelers, some favoring it and sumo' expressing their opinion agaiupt it. The eastbound train in the morning now leaves Lexington ut 7: 20, arriving here at 8:55, tliQU BOing otUo Beattyvillo, wherc.it makes comes Pee Gee la 11 Natural Wood colors. White. Cold and Silver En amel. All suet PEASLEE-GAULBER- T CO. C MCOJU NMAHD Mnaftturf LOUISVILLE, KY. flRS. F. W. WILLIAMS Clay City, Ky, left for his home in Lexington, by a number of the business men Phillips; three daughters Mr. and Mr. and Mrs II. Q, Jordan, of the town to Hit a nee the coming Prank J. Ileusmun, .Mrs. Aunt left Thursday for Alabama. of one for three days. The ex- Todd, of Louisville, and Mr. P. Theso gentleniejwero all mam-ber- pense will amount to about .fl.,') E. Throckmorton, tho latter of ot the office force of the and it will take a great deal of Irvine, Ky., a son, J. T. Phillips Pearsite Co., auihtho people of work to make it a success, but It of Louisville, and two brothers Olay City hate tjjsee them leave will bo one of the finest things George Phillips, of West Libert v, as during theirlM'"1" etay here that wo ever had. There will be Ky., nnd James Phillips of seventeen of the finest thoy had made iHauy friends. JeilVrsonville, Iud. In the country here and a There is eveiirobability that tent lurge. enough to accomodate A Mortem Myttery. a chautuuqua wfll be hold ut Why do so many curiously assorted week of several hundred people will be Stanton durinc choose the Inconvenient July or the' Vst'w&k of August, erected. R very body should couples m. In which to have their houi ot '1 a, arraoKements-hawHft'beemade boost this movement along wrecked? Chicago Newi. s enter-tutner- s tk-:'l- auto-moblle- a Jt I V. J BLANK PAGEIS) 1 ,fV . MH- -- I .5 & " ' ' Hardwick & ' . Co. T T T T T T T Sole Agens f or Arrow Srirts ' and Collars. We also have a complete line of Men's and Boy's 'clothing, hats, caps, shoes, oxfords, neckwear, silk t T arrow Shirts much The stuff NEW shirts look pretty means alike. or worry in them that wear docs not show. There is only one sure guide on shirt quality; ths label of the maker orthegar ment The ARROW is the O. K. markofthe largest manufacturer of shirts in the world. Its your guide to shirt satisfaction. Insist on the label because it means that you will Ret a garment guaranteed in cverv resDcct, t and cotton sox, underwear in both union suits and (two-piec- suits. We handle Hart, Schaffner &z Marx and the Match ess Brand clothing. Walkover shoes for men, Stet-"so- n and Astor Brand e T T "T "T t Y hats. Bail up-to-date : You women and girls give us a call when in need of milinery, silk and cotton hose, gloves, underr wear, corsets, umbrellas,, neckwear, belts, house dresses, aprons, middy blouses, night gowns, waists, skirts, combs, patterns' trimmings, dress goods, shoes, oxfords, etc, etc. We sell Queen Quality Shoes for Women. Call and see our Spring and Summer goods irijall lines. Our goods are new and and If you are interested in merchandise at low prices, quality Goods of Quality. considered, don't fail to call. up-to-date T T T I J Hardwick & Co. CORN MEAL BOWEN. STANTON, KENTUCKY A Good Family Cough T T T T T T T T T T T Syrup x I manufacture the best corn meal in Eastern Kentucky. My meal is all ground in a water mill. Try it once and you will always use it. For sale in Clay City by T. J. KIRK, C. s and HENRY SHIM-FESSEL WAL-DRON- ' k GEO .P. BURKE, Rosslyn, Ky. Clay City Construction Clay City, Ky. -- Co. Contracting job too Brick ne Layers.-- No large-No- too small Estimates Furnished 0 io Satisfaction Guaranteed Rheumatic t'aln Stopped The drawing of muscles, the sore ness, stillness and agonising pain of Rheumatism quickly yield to Sloan' Liniment. It stimulates circulation to the painful part. Just apply a directed to the sore spot. In a short tme tho pain (Ives way to u tingling sensation of Hero's comfort and warmth. have had wonderful rei proof lief since I used your Liniment on my knee, To think one application gave ine relief. Soiry I haven't jpace to tell you the historyf Thanking you for what your remedy S.Fer-guson- , has done for me." JnmeH Slaan'fjLiu Philada, Pa. jmentkltUpRln. 25r. at Druggists. ' son Elinor. With his grandson, at Nada, Tuesday. We extend to Bmiford, jr., he enjoyed such a them our deepest sympathy. Measles have been hero heavy, (ine time fishing; that, when he hut all cases so fur are doing well. return?, we lookfor the fish to be Avoid Spring Colds cleaned out of lied River. Farmers are working hard and Mr. William?, .of Tin- - Times Sudden changes, high winds, lots of stulV will be raised it the oilice, wan visiting his sister, Mrs. drifting seasons cause colds and season is favorable. Dolman, Saturday and Sunday. grippe, and these spring colds are Mrs. Green Kiuser was visiting It was the first time we have seen annoyii.g and dangerous and are her father, David Gilbert, and him here since-dus- t full. We un- likely to turn into a chronic sumfamily at Bear Track in Lee-cderstand Uncle Jim was put to mer cough. In such casus take a last week. quite a hustle to get sufficient treatment of Dr. King's New DisSquire Win. Townsend and wife ham and eggs. covery, a pleasant Laxative Tar have returned from a month's Noble. McDonald and Syrup. It soothes the cough, Messrs. visit with their daughter at Hunt- Granville Day, twoof our most cheeks the colds and helps brei'k ington, W. Va. prominent business men, have up an attack of grippe. Its already Win. Mnrtnn went to Louisville built a tramway,1 some two miles prepared, no mixing or fussing. to undergo an operation, recent- long into a large boundary of Just ask your druggist for a bottle ly, and is leported doing fine. timber, and are loading tho logs of Dr. Kiny's New Discovery. We expect him home soon. on tho L. & E. here for the big Tested and tiied for over 40 years. Co. at Miss Bessie Curry, of Fincastlo mills of Brodhcad-Garr- ett has been here quite often, Nadu. who jutai A"q no. dduiauod sn ;o has returned to her home from a i OAOijoq i4uop uoa ji uo.i .Cud visit to her aunt at Anderson, SLADE. 1.av souiij, oqx ut 3iustj.iOApy g' Ind. v Mrs. Ilolmnn and Mrs. Creecy Jl. B Faulkner of Bowen was chapeioned n party of our young here Saturday tosurvey for some folks last Sunday to Stanton, parties. where they nil attended the variMr. and Mrs. W. 0. Scale, of ous Sunday Schools. Clay City, visited the family of Miss Bettie Bowen, one of tho J, A. Bowon Saturday and Sunday. teachers in the public school at ir Hazard, is expected home soon. Mrs. G. M. Ea'qd and two child-ren- , Reports from there say that the of Douglas, are visiting relpatrons of that hustling town atives here and at. Camntou Jet. like her very much. ' this wgek. o I Can be made by mixing I'inc-Tn- r. Aconite, Sugur, Hyosoyamus, Sassafras. Peppermint. Ipecas, Rhubnrd. Mandrake, Capsicum Muriate Ammonia, Honey and Glycerine. It is pleasant, healing and sooth'ng, raises the phlegm, and gives almost ins ant relief. For convenience of those who prefer not to fuss, it is supplied ready made in 25c. bottlps under name or Dr. Bell's Cm be had at your druggist. on getting Dr. Bell's PinoTar Honey and see that the formula is on the package. y. In-i-i- Dynamito was used in tho river last week with tho result that hundreds of fish were killed. Dillard Potts told us of seeing a fine piko that would havo weigh ed close to forty pounds. STOHE v' I --V. 1 Judge Ilolman and wifo will visit the families of J. 11. H amnions and Charley McGuiro up at Jackson next Sunday. Returning, they will stop over ti day with Ike Weiler at Fiucustlc. Ju.lge . Misses Matnioiperickson and Annie Chirk, twn ohaiming young ladies of Stanton, visited the Misses Coiigletpn here Satur- day and Sunday, jK , Died May 8tl,; Alma, infant White, of Irvine, child of Mr. audjjfrrs. Jus. Combs was hero Inst week visiting his of acouto indication, Interment B. - TH0RNH1LL WAGONS Are Sold in Powell County by EATON &'McGUIRE Kentucky Clay City, xt.: .. J J. 4 V STANTON. (By P. 0. Dcrtliick.) ! and othfr points. Fred R. Blackburn wit Ii Miss WiJIie I.ith ft'VtT. is sick wns in Louisville several dnys last week where he attended a meeting of the Agriculture Board. Miss Anna Welch and her sis. Tom Chaney was in Jackson ter, Mrs. Lena Drake and little last week on business. .daughter, were in Lexington on Anco Norton mad j a Imiri tiess a shopping trip, Tuesday. trip to Cliiy City Monday. Mrs A. T. Stewart returned Quite a mini bur from hero went home Saturday from Hazel Green to Nnturul Bridge tiundny. where she had been visiting her John Patrick, of Jackson, was father and many friends. litre tills week on business'. Miss Nell Hardwick, who it. Dr. I. W Johnson was in Lex- stayed at Air. Burke's at Ross-ly!r very sick at this writting ington Monday ou business. aud has been for several weeks. D. It. Clark was in Breathitt Mrs. Mollio Woodward, of Mrs. Leslie Holmes was in Lex- Winchester, is staying with her ington Tuesday to see the doctor. brother Dr. C. I). Mansfield and Catron it Co. are having a new j looking after the homo and pint form put in front of their childron. Mr. Lee from Winchester has store. m ived his faniilv into Dr. Lem- Prof. O. M. Ritchie was at Wire-maNada over Sunday where he held ming'c! property where the students were staying while services. I u Pi A. puts new joy into the sport of smoking ! fill M W I County last week ou business. PO" ijJUsSSgritf IBS FSMQTB,TE:THETDHGUE n U. UU U vHh IIP)? loM I li7"T,t 111 11 cigarette unless you get on talking-term- s' with Prince Albert tobacco P. A. comes to you with a real reason for all the 1 contentment of a friendly old jimmy pipe or a hand rolled may live to and never feel old enough to vote, but it's certain-sure you'll not know the joy and YOU -- goodness and satisfaction it offers. It is made by a patented process that removes bite and parch! You can smoke it long and hard without a come- p p,.AHUtitchie, .were in Lexiugtou tjt;.tuKeut.to, a. Hospital ut Lexing-tA i i fr t me.u tv: bu tfiSoityfr reu UU8iiles8)last Saturday.. wl'iui improved. at tins writing. Mrs. D..K. Clark left Tuesday for Rici.mond where .she will visDo not forget, th efcmiiday it her darghter,AIra. Coulee. behind Convention of tho llkh Dr. J. E. Lemming and Clifton oibtrict which meets at Jackson Chaney were in Mt. Sterling June '2m to 4ih. Entertainment win be prepared lor everybody. iMlmdity attending Court Day. A line program has been preMr. Luusfurd of Hat too Creek pared. is., very sick at. this writiug. A B.izar will be held Saturday Charley Holder is looking after night over the Bank for the him. beuilit of The Ladies Aid of the Misa Bessie Hard wick returned Christian Church Ice Cream and Sunday from Louisville where Cuke will be sold. Articles of she had been visiting for several Crochet aud tatting work will be weeks. sold. Mrs. Helen Jackson and duugh Miss Beatrice Blount returned ter, of Louisville, arrived Sunday home Tuesday from Clay City for a visit with her pareuts aud where she has been teaching friends. school at the Home. She will Misses Anna Clark and Mamie leave next Wednesday for Derickson spent Sunday atSlade College lu Ohio, where with their friend Misa Stella she will enter college. Uougloton. Miss Mabel Eweu has completLeunie Crowe and family have ed her school work nt Columbia, fceft for a ten days vacation Ky where she has been teachvisiting at Campton Jet., Paris ing school. The people of Col- - 9 Bcldon Sears has recovered Miss Opal Holmes, who has from measles and returned to his been attending the Deaf and school work. Dumb school at Danville, reMrs. Oallie Davis was homo turned homo Tuesday. Opal looks from Clay City over Sunday with the very picture ol health. her parents. W. f. Adams ec Co. came near John ind Jim Chauey left Sun- having their sture burned down day for Ilamden where they have Mouduy. Winie tilting a lighted been working. lamp it tooK fire and was only Mr. Lacy of Hazel Green visited put out after a hard struggle. his daughter .Mrs. A. T. Stewart Master. John aud James Thompover Sunday. son ut Beatty ville are spending u Henry Morris is very low with month wan their Grandfather lung trouble and seems to "be JacK Welch. Their mother accompanied them but returned sinking very fast. alter h short visn. Mrs.E. U, Fuller was in days of last week, . JLe&ne Holmes has been very sick for twv rul days aud i wak returnuii; hoiiie Saturday. tliougtit. tliat lie woUld-haV- e to . Vev.-'J. 111 ui. back I Prince Albert has always been sold without coupons or premiums. We prefer to give quality! Prince Albert affords the keenest pipe and cigarette enjoyment! And that flavor and fragrance and coolness is as good as that sounds. P. A. just answers the universal demand for tobacco without bite, parch or kick-backl Print Albtri U aolJ vrytAr hagi, ttct tidy tad in toppy lint, IQcihandtoma pound and halfpottnd ?Hn thumidoraand' that Uw&rwraLr'aM$ pound humidor" tvmi apong atanat tcp that hepthm tobacco in kuch pitndid condition. W Introduction to Prince Albert isn't any harder than to walk into the nearest place that sells tobacco and ask for "a supply of P. A." You pay out a little change, to be sure, but it's the cheer-fulle- st investment you ever made I MINCE Tobacco Co.,' Wfeftoa-SoloN. Albert C Copyright 1916 by ft X IU7B0U tobacco Co. OHunley andiProf. 0. 1 Mns-kingdo- ed JF.,t. " for another' yea'rr' f?&lifl"isu6wlunderfooti.aAhev pfopl' ii OoiiiinirtiCfroifl . ire" Vlsiti-- ti hVr i'mr 'MrtBSOIdlii'imf rpeetngt .dOtermiieri !u.... t eopnawtidn thair $10;00 wfi'a -- subscribed, uijd f lat joiwhlp-Hrlluac.iexi8teQMtweenourtwojioaru.aurinsK .tw...!c,i if o.,,..h hthese'vears. . X aary .to .1- iietray expenses or neip tJlfa MplhnA nfnivnu "flirt ci,!f. )i n'A- - i '.fl.ifnliilftiia' "ll'httr.l.A appp.iiiteu toriee all thf. patrons that the rituiiton Graded School will of both schools to solicit further this year be conducted at its old place (Cohtiimddfronii8yPnge near the Jail, As soon aw .funds, 1id A i lie romaiiider of of business lias completed thoUoald its arrangetlmy have evfdenlly. bjS&jase'nsideufor, j)ie piifrous put. up tho' cuVh .like ment for thaschoo) and employed its . tcacliewnntjcu the mere bnpractrljfttlibhy of con- inose utrenniug ttie iiiceniiL'j of the beginning of tin;, solidation. 7 A?&' eeif.uinly be ainply nclibol, will bu published ns tlie school fluid will With the condition 'jj(OUr roads nnd sufneient to eare for the suit in law requires. The attendance,1 it is the 8mRllness of ourtoxafile property, hoped, will be prompt nnd that the we realizo that consoHtUtlon is a very hiinilsciiiH style. LUoard lnay expect a full attendance Fully 90 of the patrons of all the time. ' unwise move, worktnHhardshlpUn the ,? UespcctfuUy, small cliildren that'iuBtfattend, to these two echooU u few week Jno. D. Atkinson,. walk bo far, and yetwjfeel unable to iid petitioned the superintendent Sect. Stanton Graded School, tax ourselves and transport them. We for a rehearing in this consoli-datiocondemn this boss rale fn no uncertain petition being terms and feel that'We uro Justly in Card of Thanks ignored has brought on a storm , dignant. . We further, resolvHto' resent such of protest and much feeling unfair rnetliods of being,haudled as so with the people in these two To nil our friends nnd the .memmany cnttlo, and dvisp"tokitiff imme districts, and .they seem.jletor-min- e bers of the Musonio Lodge, who diate legal steps to ifnmil the. action of to fully test the matter in were 'so kind to us during our rl'V is the Board, which w&ttfS convinced cent sad bureuvenient, we wiSli the Courts. not according to Invfsi We resolve furthttfvtluit we denounce The meeting adjourned to uou . to exteud oitr sincere thanks. ' n such mothAla. of trying to veneatrain May 20 to hear re. Wilson, ' upnuiu uiu ininginaijojustocss ui bucii ports of Committees ml Child i en,1 . treatment by pnbtfemng mis)cndin( -- 4 1 -- ' mmT . rt a. mi-- n. This low-dow- 11 LATE STYLES 5& Why not wear the latest ttyles in Dress Goods and Millinery? The Nationai Dress Goods Company, of New York, have appointed me their resident representative for this district. This is the largest concern seUina Dress Goods to the consumer direct throuRh 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 SHOWN HERE. have Just received my summer patterns. Over 600 different ones to choose from. Call and see them or send for samples of any style you fancy. My prices will suit any purse, and the quality of this line is known I 3 articles as nre apiWi'arlng in tho local newspaper under as&iriijd names. tho writer como ou0r th open so we may know who help andjvhat his "ii- icrcsis-- - are in me.niiei. We also sotltloirvlur'Fiscal Court to provido no ineniis'-ftaxation to raise funds to build a siliwl houso where we don't want it."Vfdl we feel sure with tho infonnatiSiTiit our command 6utaz with u poll trf$l.00 will be suflicient to run oici common school far better than tltArllmva been run in these two district-We resolve firtlStlja.t these resoluTimes tions bo handed jTWjCiay-Jjitand Bettor Farnwj)M3tato!s fOrpuli-liciitlo- n, together ywTlTwH'AUtheutle of this meotisf (. Married Miss Rosellu Evermnn, of West Bend, and Mr. Henry. ItobertBOii, of Little, liy were married on AVedncsdtty afterlioon nt tho homo of fho bri'U4, the ceremony beiiiii performed by Hev. Whi. Kitk, pastor of tho Oluy City Mot church. The groom in n nil the splendid yoUii; iimu hi ido is Diio (of tlio most popular utrls iii tlnit section of the counho-(i11 Men Wanted WANTED 8.1 win to men iiiid 4o.Qolored nieii, 22o per hour,.' day for factory .work it: Cleveland Ohio. Absolutely, no labor trouble. Steady work. Vrile. ut once. Kttilnmil fare paid from Lexiu g t o tt. Mo O. WillciiiiV Empl.oymeut Bureau, City Ujfnk, Huijdlng. Le.xjngtoii', Ky., y WATOU FOUND. r 7 , r try. . - everywhere. Mutters werfoeely disenffed a ud it whs dewminei) to light the matter th the Inst ditch. Helected, and I'd to have th Uled'to Ueterui Found; Some lime agirn e rirs. W.. J. flountz CLAY CITY . . KENTUCKY cm ladies watch wus found at Natural Qwing to the editor getting n Bridiro ti nil owner enn wtjnre'.-samh the courts to hand caught and finasliel in a by describing property nl attorney was press .Wednesday, "the. psinor is paying expenses. Applj to iittee apoin- - defuyeti soiuewjnit tlilH wee.k mu Sw'opet' AfcQorlniek, Kv. ; : " " mi flMH. drw . xiiiid bo(iib interesting itcmsMitid to ho hethor hotli. Advertise. In Tho Times. ej ill" j ;i