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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): May 25, 1916 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1916 cla1916052501_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 25, 1916 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1916 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Burgher JE X 4.J (D ? - K.- - - m- - y J i.w " ' .TSfc y ' - B 1 .4 iv 7 M.,P. O'MARA, EAter We are Hire (e Help 0(ty CN,lMra(urroun(llf) Country and Ourselves. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. VOL. XXf, STANTOiy. , Dei-thick.- CLAY PITY, KY.. - THURAY. MAT 25 J9I6. NO. 21 This has been one of the most prosperous years in the historv of tho institution. Tho following applicants for common school graduation diplomas took the examination on May 12th nn.l 13th : Misses Minnie Tipton, Anita Wells, Bettio Profit!, Wanda Breeze, Inez Breeze, Dexter Stephens, and Messrs. Ezekiel Brnshear, William aud James Wireman, all of whom made the required grades nnd received diplomas from the State Superintendent inn County Board of Examiners. to the statement, MilaKnox, who taught tho school at Nada, the school year 1915-1-0, the percentage of average daily attendance, based According from Miss James Conleo of Itosslyn, were hero Saturday attending the children's cx ) (By T. 0. ercises at tho college. - Mrs. It. D. Clark returned tho first .Tolin W. Williams Usick tit lilslioi.je of the week from Richmond, where she th's week. had been visiting her daughter, Mrs Will Adams was In Lexington Sir Coulee, for several days. Im'isIiicm Tuesday. Miss Ethel Stephens and her brother Clarence Atkinson wag nt Lexingron of near Mt. Sterling, arrived Tucsdey for a visit among kin folks and to take Tuesdayon legal business. ip Commencement week. Miss Mary Martin left Wednesday Innie Crowe and wife and daugh fur Mt. Sterling for a visit. ter, arrived home the first of the week. John 1'rofltt of Hombro Tilted liir after a few days visit with relatives at brother Edward, the past week. Campton Jet., Paris and on Hardwicks Mrs Oollio Davis, r.f Olay City, was creek. with the homo folks over Cummcnre-inun- t. Glenmorc Daniel who has been living in Towa for several years, arrived SatMies Mabel Evrcn has arrived home urday and will take possession of the from Columbia uhero she has been farm of his father, Henry Daniel, on teaching school. Cat creek. e County-JudgJames 1'. Lany of Hazel Green was A,T. Knox, J. S,Ew-c- n, Sunday visiting his daughter lnre ovei Ancc. Norton and J. D. Atkinson, Mrs. A. T. Stewart. were in Frankfort Tuesday, appearing JohnKoIand, eon of Judge Kolaiid before the Board of Equalization and of Trvlne, was hero this week looking the Good Roads Commission. after some oil leases. Misses Sylvia Skidmoro from near Mt. Sterling, Perl Skidmore from Mrs. It. A.IIarter, ofKada, is the guest of Rev. and Mrs. J. 0. llanloy North Fork, and Mary Lee Hoskins of Mt. Sterling, are here taking in Comover Commencement. mencement and visiting their aunt, Quito a number from Clay City ennio Mrs. W. R. Catron. up Tuesday night to attend the con-ce- rt John Holly and son,, of Carlisle, vis- -. nt the college chapel. I ted bis mother and Idefioono for sev Miss Bessie, Curry, of Jfincaslle, was eral days last eek, returned home; Sat here taking in part of the Commence-mer- it urday. Mr. Holly lived here, many exercises the past week. years ago, and came back to visit the Mrs. Lawrence Knox and son Ray of old places and friends.. Nada, were here the last of last week, Robert Morris has returned home 'Visiting her sister Mrs. Lydia Daniel. from an extended business trip through Mrs. MollIaNelajjd, aecompanlediiy the north eastern part of, the, state with -- X,r . GCimKill: of Lsl . one in keep his ej JSpcn if lie doesn't want tnBet- rna'r.: T7f Wo have three -- u ninelihii's in toWtijwwt and it looks good to see themirj. Pastor Weds For Bride. At Richmond. E. II, Puller, MrtEffle Smith and A.T. Sten.irt, arejivlng their houses painted, which wm Jjielp the looks of the town very.mrifADr. Mansfield is Guy having his Jitfasewpapered. house painted Crowe U havlHfrhfs-fev- v and hag maved lritA, where they are at homo to their friWds. The children of sn! nrsi and second rooms, u nder VMtsges uarver ana Thompson, gave Wwr critcrtainmcnt to.a large and verSppreclatlve audience daturday afternoon. Childrenare always Interestingind dsaw a good crowd wherever it ifc. Tlfe' exercises were of uniimiallyliijli character, and all onjojed thc!Hseii immetisely. The Jjedy of JwTpkfM.' A. Phillips, who died' at Louiivffle", was buried In Among Stanton cemctcTyV-JImrsdoy- . luose, wno aitenae me luur.rai were grand Mrs. M, A. JjllJSgiiand-he- r d; fBeri Throck daughter, LiUciie. morion and Wife of. ;lno,.XT.Phll-nklfusema- n lips: Mr. and Mrd of sPhillma of Jef- Louisville, andJi 5yalt're'turned to ferseaville; Ind. morning. their homes Seiu it. Rev. amOi bit Sev. and Mrs. Walden.orCarli (fiand'RevrE. Rey- nolds; of Mb Si igfheid a four days' week, meeting at'the lid ridt'liave the co- Feeling that t operation of tte: iiploenough, they shook, tho dust-f- : thetrfeetand left Monday (kings' Bro. ls.eaidm.Bis meu'Saaday. 9ttfce peewof Sta'ntonv'mr fMimewsy Rev. Cleo Purvis Takes Marlon County Girl Rev. Cleo Purvis, who for tho past few months has been pastor of the Christian church here, was married Wednesday afternoon at the home of Rev. D. H. Matherly at Richmond, to Miss Lillian Bnhiinnnn, of Marion county. The bridu bus been teaching in the ecliools of that county, and is a very popular young lady. After th ceremony the young couple left for a trip to Cincinnati and other points and will return here Friday or Saturday and take up their re- thelrpmeai, on census, was which will sidence in the Thos. Edge prop, entitle her to extra pay on acerty in the upper bottom. T'o count of her having procured such Mr. and Mrs. Purvis we extend a good attendance. hearty welcome to Clay Olay. Tho State Supervisor of rural schools said the greatest obstacle to overcome was the idea of little School Notes Bchools. Some want a little house on a little ground, with a little This is Commencement. Week at Stanton College and the fol- - equipment a and a little attendIriwing High School graduates ance from little district haviug lll r f t a i v a tlimr rliiklnmno littlo idas of education, little re Mf0li(nyJlfi. q ks, Grace Max- - lations, history, traditions nnd policy, where a teacher with lit- welltVflpha Frazfer Mesarsv'Ueo. - 7i, tleeducation, trniuing and expe- aaRVen and wife, who have of Jacispn, was this week looking after, illlnter-est- s been missionaries in Africa for the arid visiting his brother, James ( past four years at Luebo on the (Jeg, Patrick". have returned to this country for their Saturday for ; Virgil Atkinson wife and, baby, of furlough and he arrived a, visit with his sister, Mrs. Martha Tlowcn, came down; Tuesday to spend Commencement with their parents and Derthlck. friends. The musical recital under tho direo- tteh of M4a,Julla Evans, was given at Jailer Jas. Martin, George Dcrickson chapel Monday afternoon nnd Charles C'rowe? were inLexington tM'eetWffe U j splendid crowd "pf music lovers. Wednesday to attend the Democratic ' TiwMfani consisted ofanumberof Convention. plana peees, soios ana auets, anu was Claiburn Johnson and his brother,. hisfcljf appreciated by all present. Dr. Johnson, of Tallcga,- - "were&n'ero E. H. Fuller went to Lexington last Saturday visiting their.sisters, Daisy week where he' purchased him a Chev Mollio Johnson. and rolet automobile. Stanton is getting Mrs. A. T. Knox of Bowon and Mrs. to be quit a city now and it behooves " ma Juan E. Patrick, 117 K. "Washburn here--' Supper, Was Success The' Ice Crenm and St raw berry supper Kjveii by sunievof the ladies for the beueflt ot: rhe cemetery fuhd, was very successful and n was taken in, the total of clear profit beinz $18 Those contributing to tho success of the. m THE Uny?SAL CAR affair, by donations' were John on ni Ringo, James Bloom, Chas Mize, F. 0. Mize; E. OVollrner, Gran i'e Groves, Hackwor.lli, 0 Edwin Rose, Albert Burgher, J. fj, O'Ruar, Sam Carr, Bob Tipton, J. 0. Fitch, Rpee Wip gics, and W. G. Gillis, and Misses Alice Eaton, Alice Oarlee Eaton, Ruth Entoa, and Ethel Duncan. Theso .ladies have the thanks of the Cemetery Board os well as of the entire tpwn for their help, and tin money will be Bpentlu putting the cotnetery Decoration in better shape.-.fo- r ,Day. Mes-dames. ThV baccalaureate sermon wnsr at a little salary during a TmltT delivered iir.tuo college ebspel on annual term, teaches little chil, by Rev. J. 0. Ha'nley, dren little things in a little way. Eres4 of the College. Mr. Hanlev always delivers able sermons he At the Christian church Sunseemed at his best upon this oc day morning tho pastor, Rev. casion aud it was the best ser mon we ever heard delivered in Cleo Purvis, will preach on the and in the college chapel. The Com- subject, the evening he will spoak on mencement Address was deliver ed Wednesday eveiilng by Rev. J; "Hainan Need and Divine Help.,. W, Tyler, of Danville, Ky. All are invited to attend. May-21st," arr CHEVROLET A Real Automobile. The largest shoe factecy ia. the country makes less than of the entire shoe output, but the FORD ohs-fortieth Has Bad Fall. Word e MOTOR COMPANY builds half of all thj in America- - This volume is necessary to automo-biles-mad- that 'Mrs. Jane"WalJace, who hs been, received here is supjdy the demands 9 economy at a low Met. people who arc looking for Get Yours Today, 1916 Touring Car 1916 Roadster Th Price . . . . . . $440 $390 Five Passesger . TWee Passenger well kuowu to many people here, fell down the stairs at. her homo at If vine, and broke her hip. A great deal of anxiety has been caused her friends as, Mrs. Wal lace is 88 years of "age. She is a sister of Mrs. WwSisUuintz and Mra. Ellen McKinney. and Is also related to D. R. Daniel's family aud others here. Five Passenger equipped wkh SJf-Staxt- er and electric lighting lyttem. 35 H. P. Engine, weight 1750 peunds. F. 0. B. Factery, $550.09 Seven Passenger Baby Graad Teuring Car, 24M pounds F. 0. B. Factery, $759.09 F. O. B. Detroit Buy Automobile Our next'door aajghbor. 'f. Kirk, has purouasea a Fata touting er from tlajHt, A. T. Whitt. This makM five oars tHatMr. Whittjias'soJd thisspriug II n i.. !'jC,,v E, H. FULLER, Agent For Powell County, STANTON. KY. A. T. DikiUtr ( Whitt, Fd &m Gity, Ky. Cms far Powell Couaty. - w t w" THE TIMES. A Happy Dream Has Come True v Bulletin No. 1 A Democratic Newspaper Sufferers from Stomach Troubles Have Ds- covered a Relief To be a sufferer from trouble for years and to bearU the torments that this all too common ailments causes, and then to be benefited almost over night, is like huviug a happy' dream come true. This has been the pleasant e"x-perience of thousands of former sufferers of this dreaded malady, who have taken Tatilnc, the new. reconstructive hum, which aids" nature to restore the stomach to the habit or doing a full dtfy,' work and doing it well. The present day mode of living has raised havoc with stomachs. A tired, overworked stomach or kidneys, abused by ton much of ton hastily eating food, and' our other faulty methods of living, cause an endless number of ail ment8 anions: them being liver complaints, kidney trouble, r r h a att'ections, dyspepsia, nervous breakdown, lost ambition " 5 ca-t- a I Eighteen Years Old The Best Weekly In this Section. A Mistake in .the Policy of the Bethlehem .Steel Company , To the People: M. P. O'Mara Entered as second-clas- s ter at the Post'Ofllce Ky., under the Act Editor mail matClay City, The Senate of the United States has passed a bill to spend $11,000,000 of tho People's money .to build a, government armor plant Tho measure is now beforo the House of Representatives. plant is necessary to secure armor more cheaply. The mistake of the Bethlehem Steel Company ha been that It has kept quiet. We have nllcmed irresponsible assertions to be made for so long without denial, that many people now believe them at It Is said that manufacturers oi armor have "gouged" the country in the past, and that d government of Congress of March 3, 1879. A HOMK-aikD- ft It isdnd the to be proven facts. Misinformation mill E PAPER. MAY. 2fi, We shall make the mistake of silence no longer. not be permitted to go THURSDAY, l&llt Henceforth we shall pursue a policy of publicity, uncorrected. has been tho policy of our Company to.Jdeal with tho American Government fairly ANNOUNCEMENTS Wo nre authorized, to announce G. W. GOtfKI.BY and squarely. We shall henceforth place tho details AVricric'an of our relations with the Government beforo People. of Beattyvillc, Lcotpounty, Ky., as a candidate for Judgoof the Court of Appeals for the Seventh Appelate District of Kentucky, subject to the action of the Republican party at the primary election to be held August 5, 1910. The United States has for twenty years obtained the highest grade of armor and has paid a loner price for it than has any other great naval power. Figure officially compiled for the Srnatn Committee on Naval AITalra from the Naval Year Hook allow tliat under ronditlona prevailing Juat before ttte European vir, the chief natal power of the world were paying tmeao prleea for armor i England, $303 per ton) France, $I60 Germany, 1190; Japan, 90 UNITED STATES, 812.".. Wc are authorized to announce ItOSCOE VANOVEK troubles-Peopl- e of Piko county, as a candidate for and blood Appeals for 'the Judge of the Court of so affected, and Seventh District of Kentucky, subject to action of tho Republican party at are thousands of them in the primary, August 5th, 1910. loggy like Clay City, A government plant cannot make armor any cheaper than we can do it; and' nervouB and easily tired. They Wo nre authorized to announce are worn out after n little exerSIMEON 3. WILMS tion, and are moody and depressof Boyd county, as a candidate for ed. These are sure;symptbins of Judge of ho Court of Appeal in the Seventh Appellato District, subject to overworked vital orgaus, which. the vote of the ItcpublicanV In the need cleansing out and regulating primary, Saturday, August C, 1018; It is.,for.iust 'tl&ee ctih'dfthins fhiit'afanlac has proyeu beneficial.. Wo are authorized to annodnce Men nud women jn all walks of H. 0. life are daily acknowledging the of Perry County, as a candidate for , Judp.c of the Court of Appeals in the benefits derived from this Master ' Seventh Appellate District of Kentucky Medicine. Tunlac has become a subject to the action of the Republican word everywhere it party at the Primary Election to be household held Aug. 5th, 1910. lias been introduced. Its records for sales has by far excelled those The West End Good Roads of any other proprietary prepur Association, which was formed ation ever known in the annals here a couple of weeks ago, is a of mediciuo. Its success is based splendid instrument for the bet on merit alone. Its best adver It is the tiser is the former sufferer who ferment of our roads. object of the members to decide has been relieved. The labora among themselves (and tho mem- tories are working day and night bership includes nleu living on to supply the great demand which every road in this end of the has been created by T a u a o county) what kind of roads they throughout tho country. Its in prefer, and then to place their jstaat leap into popularity in this l views before the Fiscal Court to section has been marvelous. Nervous, tired out be acted on by that body. They suffer 's will also watch tho construction men and women, or those work und safeguard tho interests ing from 6tomach, kidney, live, vof the people of the county who Intestinal or catarrhal troubles are paying for the work. Every, should visit Eaton & McGuiro's, body in this end of the county is where the Tanluc Man will ex is invited to join the Association. plain the merits of this wonder ful reconstructive tonic and the -Don't forget the Fiscal Court results that may. be expected meeting at Stanton Saturday. Ev- from its use. ery citizen of the county who is interested in the pikes should atlauiao may ue ootaiueu in tend this meeting und see what Stanton a t Hard wick & Co. ; is being done aim what action Bowen, Day & King; College the court will take for the build Hill, Ginter Bros.; Torreut, J. Our County Taylor Day; Inine, Irvine Dru ing of the pikeB. Judge and every member of tho Oo; G?neV Genet Cash Store; Fiscal Court is keeuly interested Woltersyillo, Henry AValdron. in the question and for that rea son they welcome suggestions ironv others whose ideas' may TRACY STOKELY prove feasible. Let every tax payer who can possibly do so, at Real Estate and Insurance. tend tine meeting., , We Buy and Sell Farm and City , 1 run-dovn are there citie (We are prepared to manufacture armor at any price 'which the Government Itself 4;.hall name as fair. THAT BEING SO, SHOULD $11,000,000 OF THE PEOPLE'S MONEY BE WASTED TO BUILD A GOVERNMENT PLANT? C11AS. M. SCHWAB. Chairman and EUGENU G. GIUCK, President Bethlehem Steel Company - '4i tw4 .... - yrtify.3 Twna.-jLlfhlnkf New Sunday School KkiaVbf Fire, Life. w'H3ll Insur- ance.. Wo are also agents for the Illinois Surety Company and are pre pared to do a general Bonding busl ness. POWELL L JACKSON Sam W. Powell Winchester 1 Llnvllle Jackson Kentucky Office hi Court House. THE WINCHESTER BANK, of Winchester, Ky. Capital Stock Surplus a ad Undivided $100,000 $200,000 Profits X. Holly "Withbrspoon, W. R. Sphar 1 , VOUR President ACCQlftiT AMD Cashier. SOLICITED PRESSING. CLEANING I am ready to fe.yaw Cleaning and Pressing; Geael werk guaranteed awl, iiwrges will receive promat j. reasan-abl- e. i Orders left wttn J. Bloom attefttien. JAMES WILLIAMS. Mrs; Marcus Adams of Ohio A Sunday School was organized visited Mrs. Ohas. Skipper, last at Chop Chestnut on May 21, and week. the following officers were elected: B. IK Hatton, Supr., T. J. The frost did no damagoJK6re W. E. Towns-end- , and the rain will revive things Ponder, Tre.isnrer, and H S. MarsufTerins: from drought. tin, Secretary. Dr Arkil Conpletnn, of Wolfe A uood crowd was present and county, visited his sister, Mrs. J. forty-eigpupils were enrolled. U. JUcDaniel, one day last week. Teachers were not selected but Dock Dehart and wife of Stan- interesting talks were delivered ton were here over Saturday and by B. F. Hatton aud Eli Spencer. he bought a horse of II. M. Mc- Next Sunday teachers will bo Knabh. selected and the regular work Miss Bessie Gurry of Fincustle will be commenced. was here Sunday looking after It's a Bad Policy a school, or to.cet u position as If you were raised to wash your face teacher. it the hydrant don't marry Into a bowl family. Galveston News. MuKuubb is very Aunt Bettie sick; has beep confined to her bed for a year or t woti ablpto.sjt up o::ly now and then. John Wynn reeeivpd news of the death of his sister Mrs. Willie Catron, of Wayne county. They have the sympathy of our com. tnunity. Dr. Lemming of Stanton, was called here last week to attend littlo Marie McDaniel, who was vice-Supt., ht An-je- r very sick, but is much improved -- 4 ut this writing. i 1 r-Taylor Adams and vvlfo were rr ... i r J o. called to Levee last Thursday to A. P. Johnson see Mr. Adams' stepmother, Mrs. . Joseph Adams, who is very low In the uM stand, next ta the Red aud no hope: of her recovery. Mrs. River Hetet. Newton, her sister, wife of d uni Shampeeing and Scaly Tmtmaat ty Judge Newton of Estill, was also there to be with her. f You can have bright and beautiful Furniture, Floors, and Woodwork at small cost, require any skill tereetorewerHfurtuture, fleen.etc.te orkeisal beauty. Simply dm HK,. $Mg 6-- tk eeSelfttal etakt ami varsWi. Democratic County .Couveti tions held throught thojState last Saturday were unanimous in their expressions of approval of aud ceofldenee fn both the National and Statu administrations, aud the State Convention at Lex ing. ton whs a demonstration of the Unity Of the Democrats of li their cholco of 1'reei. lleut Wilson for retionu'nution. Ken-tuck- Old Papers for Sale at The and OrpameeU Fruit tree. Timw Oftee. Skrtbft Grape Viae, Rl HwlHire, AbProperty pf all kinds,. We have Boroe Kee yeur Skh Clear Mil Healthy I'eouies, vuox, " i. , j, nice farms in Clark and adjoining parous, TlHre i only oe way to have a EVERY THING FOR counties for sale pr rest Write us baMihv enin)rvxiH and LAAVN AND OAR whSt yoa" waat. k f. Vwf the Wwete itetive and NO AQKNTS FRKB C We write all kinds ef Insurance. regtilar, Dr, Kind's Nv Life VtlU will wake 'your owplxi)H H. F. MUlMUMyar a?ae5.. TRACY AND STOKELY. WaaHhy mm elwtr, move (ky towel OMm, Main Street, Wkfetater, Ky. yeMtly, stiwukU tk liver, uWuiUHt Htl purity tk Wwel, ttakytftteM Blank deeds for sale Old Papers for Sale at The $ euU Htli, Time Offlw. Times tjyvmt Pwtiaylot. - TREES, r i Yaw'llbei4kUdwkkb aad Khhw1. AJnSftt. PRASLKK-G ftavereeuke. Tryaeelitodey K eeesee hi li Netwel Wee. Cetera, Afce.CeM AULNKRT CO. LWWVKXX. KY. bv lf, tlt ran alc f1K. H. W. Cle WILUAM. CHy? Ky. et, v. T Hardwick & and Collars. Co. T T Sole Agents for Arrow Shirts , f At' We also have a complete line of Men's and Boy's clothing, hats, caps, shoes, oxfords, neckwear, silk T T T T T T T T and cotton sox, underwear in both union suits and . f ? AkROW SHIRES There is only one sure guide on shirt quality; the label of the maker bfthe gar' merit. The ARROW ir, the O. K. markofthe largest manufacturer of shirts in the world. It's your guide to shirt satisfaction. Insist oh the label because it means that you will get a garment guaranteed in everv respect. does not show. much The stuff NEW shirts loo'c pretty means alike. or worry in thc:n tint wear suits. We hari- X . die Mart, bchattner , Marx and the Match'ess ' Brand clothing. Walkover shoes for men, Stet-'soand Astor Brand two-piec- e n hats. T T X You women and girls give us a cal. en in need of millinery, silk and cotton hose, gloves, underwear, 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. Our goods are new and Call arid see our Spring and Summer Koods in all lines. and If you are interested in merchandise at low prices, quality Goods of Quality. considered, don't fail to call. , . i t up-to-da- te up-to-dat- e, t. Hardwick CORN MEAL - STANTON, (JL 11 II KENTUCKY Avoid Spring Colds t t t t i T T T Y I the best corn Kentucky. My meal in Eastern meal is nil ground in a water Try it once and you will millalways use it. For sale in Clay City byT. J. KIRK, C. and HENRY I manufacture - SHIM-PESSEWAL-DRO- L i GEO .P. BURKE, Rosslyn, Ky. Clay Gty Construction Co. Clay City, Brick Ky. Layers;-N- o Contracting job too large--No- ne too small Furnished Estimates Satisfaction Guaranteed Rheumatic Fain Stopped Tht) drawing of ninsoles, tho6ore-net's- , stiffness and agonizing pain tif' Rheumatism quickly yield to Liniment. It stimulates Sloan' circulation to the painful part, .lust I'pply as directed to tho spot. In a short t'me tho pain gives way to a tingling sensation of Hero's comfort and warmth. had wonderful re. proof "I have I used your Liniment on Mlef ! my knee, To think one application haven't gave me relier. 8otry you tho history. pace to tli Thankjng you for what your remedy haadonufor me." James S. Fer KusosPhiladi, Pa. Sloan's Lin jmftkUUpaln, 25r. atDrnggists. 80--- I- - Owing to tho greatly m- T Reader Miss Lulu Johnson creased cost of,.pnpor, ink, J Subject : and otlier material UFcd in How Minions are Messing jrettinfr out a newspaper, the world. f we must ask all our sub- Song No: 01 & 0. snribers who aro in arrears y Scripture Lesson Ezek 17: 1 12 to pay tip. Look at (he (lute T Prayer, by Brp P,urvis. on your paper and if you x X "rein arrears send us Fifty (TOPICS) How Mission uroBlossinu the Cents to advance it. J world, Kev. Oluo Purvis now our Misiioimries ar bless, inj: India, Mrs! Stanley Maxwell. Card of Thanks. What the Foreign Society has (J. E. accomplished in China, To all nui friends who were White. so kind to us in our recent sad Tho effect of our workers on bereavement, we wish to extend Japanese life, Ileury Waldron. How our Mi'fsicriaries are reour sincere thanks. deeming Africa, Mrs. M. A. Phillips A. M. Burgher and family. The heroic work of our mission in Tibet' County Convention. Shelby Burgher new Cub'aVnd our part in The The Democratic County Con- its changed life,. vention met at Stanton last SaturMrs. Carrie1 Groves day, pursuant to n call of the Talk on Endeavor, Chapel nt secrotary, and after being called Manila, P. I. to order by temporary ohairman G. Ilackworth A. II. Norton, passed n vote of The offering for.E u d o a v o r approval both on tho National Chapel and state administrations. Tho Prayer: fnllowiug delegates were selected Soug Ni) : 217 to attend the convention and Mizpah were instructed to vote as a Proacliiiigservices immediately unit for the best interest of tho after Endeavor. Damocratio party : G. M, A. It. Norton, II. G Geo. Bush went through to Crabtree, Ohas. Welch, Jno. D, Lexington in lusoaVj Tuesday af. Atkinson and M. P. O'Mura, ternooii, He was. accompanied A number of Alternates were by Jo Clark, Frank Kenuon, II. also selected. G. Crabtree andifjolin T. Hind, the man,, who CHRISTIAN' ENDEAVOR Program for May 28th. j Sudden changes, high drifting seasons cause colds and hood of $G0O. grippe, and iheso sprint; colds are nnno)it.g and dangerous and are WATCH FOUND. likely to turn into a chronic summer cough. In such cases take a Found; Some time ago a treatment of Dr. King's New Discovery, a pleasant Laxative Tar ladies watch was found at Natural Syrup. It Foothes the cough, Bridge and owner can securn checks the colds and helps hrenk same by describing property and up an attiu-- of grippe. I' already paving exp(Mi!8. Apply to Wm. prepared, no mixing or fussine. ' Swope, McCormick, Ky. Just ask your druinrist for a (initio of Dr. Kinu'n New Discover E. II. Fuller has secured the Tested and ttied for over 40 agency for Powell county for the Chevrolet automobile. These aro an excellent carat a reason-ribl- e price and there should bo Buys Farm. several sold in this county beforo F. P. NfWfll lino liiiiiL'ht thpj long. John Ooonipr plni'p norns the river. The propertv nonists of Old Papers for Sale at The about 50 acres and has two4 inies Office. k . dwellings and other improvements. The price was not made winds, public, but was in the neighbor- Der-ickso- n, wen&-to,atte- ud Adyertlso In The Times. Dimocistic Stte Convention. THORNHILL WAGONS Are Sold in Powell County by EATON & .McGUIRE Kentucky Glay City, r 4 assisting the stair at the C!ny H. E. Curry, who has been in tho hospital at Jackson for some timo with eczema, returned home Tuesday. T. G. Mere also re J. H. McOIurkin spent Sunday turned from (he same hnspita nt Torrent. after being treated fur an ulcer ntion on hip leg. Shelby Martin visited friends at Stanton Saturday night and Closing exercises were held at Sunday. the Clay City School, Tuesday night for the primary class and Dr. W. C. Martin visited his 'Weanesaay nignt lor the senior parents on Oat Creek a couple and music classes. A good crowd of days last week. turned out to hear the excellent Mrs. J. S. Pembertou, of St. program rendered. Helens, spent Thursday with the lioscoo uovvinau, who is now family of Wm. Johnson. in Charleston, III., is another John MeOutcheon, of Beatty- - Vvlio cannot get aloni: without ville, was here over Sunday with The Tunes, and he sends along the necessary coin of the realm his son, Jesse, and family. to have the news of Powell coun A prayer meeting, conducted ty for the next year. by Ed Adams, was held in the r. r nas oeen ap bottom, Wednesday night. air. t t pointed by County Judge A. T, Algin Smethers, of the Hutch Knox to fill the vncancy on the ison Grocery Co., of Lexington, Board of Trustees caused by the epent Sunday with relatives here. resignation of Dr. W. 0. Martin He will bo sworn in and take his Clarence Atkinson has been seat at. the next regular meeting 10CAL NEWS depot. Usually the rabbit makes a safe getaw ay after an exciting chase. Dies jflSVecei foster motlierM rs, Hjalinar at. her home Lundbcrg, in Sweden. Mrs. Lund berg was had-dio- Mrs. W. J.f Mounlz received I word a fewdayi ago that her firs. W. J. riountz NOTIONS, MILLINERY. CORSETS, HOSIERY, NATIONAL DRESS GOODS SAMPLES Stock New and Up-to-dat- e. well known herehaving lived in old Clay City ftliout 8& years ago, at which time she was the wife of Ohas. Anderson, .better known as "Swede" Audersnn". Later, they moved to L. &E. Jet., where Mr. Anderson ;diedr .From there Mrs Anderson, infixed to, Win.. chest.er and married Hjultiiar Lundbcrg, anoStttfler sorne yearsHIOIC, IllBy iuvu uuu iu gnu; - Hats Trimmed and Dyed To Order - PRICES Call and REASONABLE den. Mrs. LundbVg - aplen-di(fie-ol- d see the New Styles in Hats wyirjan a"tid'jhdny,of er citizens will hear with .regret of her passing?-- Teachers Examination The May county examination for teachers was'H'eld.on May 1- $20, with the following applicants for certificates to. Iteach : Misses Julia and Biiliili'R'jbliiiiP, Nannie m j.u STANTON COLLEGE, KY. STANTON, City Bunk. several days th'u past week. McCutcheou visited at his old homo in Beattyville Wednesday, returning Thursday Jess evening. from - 0. Shimfessel was among those here who attended the A number ot our young men Democraticconvention at Le.xing left recently to try and secure ton Wednesday. work for the summer in other Among those who have The rain Sunday night was of places. great value to all the farmers Que to Daytou, Ohio, in the and the crops are looking far past few weeks, are Ohas. Todd, Bob Potts. KrniiRh Rnurn. Crntu bettersince then. Joiinson. and,' Jesse .Duncan E..B. Smyth, of Eihcastle, was Mark Potts, Roscoejiiiigo atirf visitingiiis brother J.'M. Smyth drover Snowden, who have been and other relatives, and friends, there for some time, returned here a few days this week. there last week, after a visit with Plummer Kincaid of Stauford, home folks here. son of Prank Kincaid, was visiting his home folks here, and State Convention At Lexington other relatives about Rosslyn, week. last The State Democratic Conven E. H. Fuller, of Stanton, was tion held at Lexington Wedne3 down here Wednesday in his new day was harmonious in every de- Chevrolet car. Dr. I. W. Johnree, there being no dissensions son and Jno. D. Atkinson were whatever among tho dolegates ulso down. All paid tribute to the Nationa and State Administrations and Mrs. Wm. iMountz left Thurs endorsed President Wilson and day morning for Irvine, to see; Governor Stanley. At the meet her sister, Mrs. Jane Wallace, ing of the Seventh District con who is in a very critical condition vention before the main conven as the resclt of a fall. tion nt .the auditorium, II. G. Orabtree was honored by being Rev. L. F. Martin filled his regular appointment at Pharris Hill made chairman of tho meeting. last Sunday. He will be at Dundee Sunday, nnd go on to Lee county to assist; Bro. Z. Ball. Mack Kimbrell, of Clark conn-ty- , spent Sunday with relatives here, and dropped into The Times office early Monday morning to renew his subscription ror anA Good Branham, SteHuCingleton, B&s. sie Currv. Khe'fcEwmi. ' I.ntio BilV - ivT- '- 1 lines. Mrs. Mvrlle Rureher. and . Miss Kate LMniell returned to Messrs.- Dudiey't)audell, Orowe, I. S.', Farmer aiid ,Cju8;j her home here Tuesday after nnd .fotfr stay at Richmond with relatives. Roger?. first-c- l iss certificates were ipsacd, y.hile there Miss Daniel had .thf misfortune to have a bad fall R. T. Crowe 'having the 'lughest '' ; that broke her collar bone and grades. otherwit.0 injured her, but she is now almost completely recovered NttTICE! R.-TTvo-6ccnii- d Students Admitted at Any Time One of the Best Schools in Kejntucky. Courses in Agriculture and Domestic Science. - Review Classes in the Common Branches will be Conducted throughout the Term. By paying part of their Expenses in Work, Students may ge Rates at the Dormitory as low as $15o per Week. For Inforniation,.Wte to :vt.-..- . . at-.th- Sealed bids wUlboceived bj the ofCounty Board of Education fice of the County Suifcrintcndont un til 10:30a.h. June:Srd. l?16r for the erection of n sboejbuildiiig at:,ttjia viiLi:mviiin mill huuhi. ctiikciikti. tlohs aiid all infnrrttion are' now on me at tne oiuce pptue yiunty buper Intendqnt and.caH'bafirafwMl.hy cajl; Jng or wrlting-.t- b thatjU,, Contract to be lot to lowest an'dAit'bTddHr, the County Hoard of Education reserving the right to reject, nny, or all bids'. This tho 22nd.day otSIny, 1910. KateiS. ItphannanVGIiqlrman, ,0. A, Conleer Secretary. Dlversined EngllstTflrJcutture. Acrfrnltiirn Ir tho tirfmarv industry In tlio west of. Englcnd.wcere' It is unu)iu6 noiaDie lor na uiveritjr. and cattle and aheei) talaing .ara carried on In SomersetsliIre'.''jiTba Cheddar cheese Industry Iftattuated there. Individual .ftt." must Degrees Inflnlto ot luster-theralways bo, but tho weakest among ua has a gUt, however seemingly trivial, which Is peculiar tdfhl,?and which, worthily used,, will ea-glalso to his race forever. Itusdn'. e ft V. Rev. J. C. Hanley, President, Stanton, Ky. .1 'ri.i Kin Emerald Chief 4396 V G. Patrick, near Stanton College, at the LARS to insure a living colt. 1 King Emerald Chief will make trie ensuing season at the stable of J. low price of TEN DOL- King Emerald is a son of Emerald Chief, of World's Fair fame. He stands 6 hands and is a beauty. Why send your marcs to Clark or Montgomery when you have a horse at home second to none in Kentucky? ''He is a half brother to Emerald Bell, that sold for $ 250. and this amount was awarded Mr. Patrick for the mare by a Powell county jury and also by the Court of Appeals. He is also a half brother to Viola Allen, one of the beauties of the world, and sold for $1 750 old. There is no better breeding horse in Kentucky, as a four-ye1 ar as his colts show. We also have a fine JACK, which will make the season at the same place at the fee of $8.00 To Insure a'Living Colt. Family Cough Syrup Ai to 'Argument "Ef argument could' ber'denendrd on to settle eVerythlng,". ald Uncle Eben, "all dard be to a baseball game la de 'acusslona wit de umpire." J.C. Patrick, Stapton, Ky. other year. John Coomer has sold his place across the river and will leave sluirtlv for Ashland. Mr. Coomer and family were good citizens and they will be missed from the community. Henry Waldron, the Walters-villamorohant, is having a new foundation put under Jus resi. Can be made by mixing Pine Tar. Aconite, Sugar, Hyoscyamus, Sassafras. Peppermint, Ipecas, Rhulmrd. Mandrake, Capsicum Muriate Ammcnia, Honey and Glycerine. It is pleasant, healing a ud Booth'ag, raises the phlegm, and gives almost ins ant relief. For convenience of those who prefer not to fuss, it is supplied ready maue in voo. Domes under name of Dr. Bell's Can be had at your druggist. In ist on getting Dr. Bell's Pine-TaHoney and see that the formula is on the package. r A Square Deal. We aim to treat our customers, in the the LambiQil thai Saves dEyts .1Mrh.TUrn ftuMxtoet !. Hit .hi. iy jcit njr tiwZif Cut burrjt dan in to Ilia Wl KDir.il tln,;-tr,-tiflvwJ- a best possible manner and to give them a square deal. up Slock cou.1i? oil lvliurd u, . drti m taQL'e Win-- 'i dence In Mechanicsvilje. Hack Kirk and Bus Walters, doing tho work in excellent fashion. ' Every once in a while he Jogs About town raise a rabbit and have some good sport, running liini among the tie piles near the lnrr, Ci. WHEN YOU WANT SHAVE OR HAIR OUT OR ANY WOr,KiTireTi'.Jifr is clean and fresh, and our prices are Give us a trial. right. Chif. ive MM C. SW mat T0N80RIAL WORK CALL ON Lxlng4 Henry Waldron WALTERSVILLE, KENTUCKY mI H.H. BHERiaO, ; rf, i tk. .