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NO. 22 Strong Perry jCjtuMy 'Mpmf&c-celvjig Gre;l Km couragcment Road Work WW Commence Soon Commissioners to Su- Fiscal Court Appoints perintend Build ing O f Pikes Eastern Counties. . frm . Special to The Times. 1 The Powell County FfsciilCourt Hazard, Ky., May 2& j "Judge H. 0. KulKBer, or thin city, candidate for thetepubli-'a- n nomination for Judge of flip "Court of Applsi returned" to his )inmehere4Wis. week after, an.ex-- f endedTrip tlttmli"lB&" enjintiPB-orLadrel, Clay; WHlVy 3eH and'llarjati in, the 'ill Jerest,. "of f 'From the recrowd fit people; ports wliich the Judge gives of conditions in these, ennBtiee, and especially from wlint.hiB-friendstlie travelinii'meh who Ifayejjeen iiver.this, territory toy, the Judge, is fur and away in the land " in , at Jindntf Mwiday hij8ariBacjHsrje eafwi met Saturday pursuant to their adjournment a few weeks ago, and the first question brought before them was the building of Judge A. j . Knox the pikes. the ball rolling bv asking tarted the members of the canrt to appoint Messrs. K. C. Hull, T. C. Hall, Jno. D. Atkinson and John M. .Kefinon, as Commissioners to superintend the work, and after confident be discussion during which the representatives of the West End Good Roads Associa- and others tion asked for a Com missioner from each precinct in t(r;?ry lrj;e kisurewjn-ner,this race Judge' Faulkner'a next-triTwill, likel.v take in Estill, Lee, I'tiweU and, Clark counties. and-seem- s "' p. Mry ;,JBB, In the cighty-Hrst Cox. ML the county, their appointment uas finally ratified. Some of those present felt that it would be more to the interecte of the county ut large to have inure commissioners and the associa tion from here stated their willingness to pay the expenses of afndther commissioner .potaredC, 37 ' iiiiiiHBNaUiiiiiVaSWlBKsaB-JliaiiiiiHaii to, be ap- - ithls clty'at42 o'clock. pobn,.Mayth, :Iary W. Cox, relict 6tJfr late. the V.,Cox. MrB. Cox was born e or net age, E R. county, Virginia, a daughter of Jacob Crabtrce, 'pld-llm- e citizen who long lived In the of Lee county. , New Yirginia section tKy. Her husband, Mr. Cox, died on Jan. 12th 1915, so she leaves surviving n sister, Mrs.. Ilybird.IibvellISiof Itogers Chapel, and George A. Crabtrce, of (Jenet, In Powell cbaiity";' Simpson 'Crabtrce of Zachariah," In Lee county, Mil J her sons, E. J, Crabtrce, of Bear ,.Trai'k In Lee, Granville Grabtrec, br ltchburg In Estli; pd,H.pCrab.j free, of Clay pity. She leaves, also, a great circle of old ilmo friends and many other relatives, jiecinlly in Lee, where most of her . Jife win spout, who w(ll learn with re- -- Jroui .thii tyid, A the county, hut Hie court did nut act on it. Squire Johu A. be well nominated Win. Mcintosh and Jelf Wright as commissioners but Anally cast his vote with the four other members to make it unani mous. Mr. Johu E. Burgher, President, of the West Eud Good Koads Association, presented a request for endorsement of the association to work in connection with the Commissioners in order to sea that of the Candidate tor. the Republlcai&JXomlnatlon for "this end of the county was look ed after properly, but this matKentucky of Appeals ter wns deferred for future aclu June, 181G, the Judicial act ofF- fntm hisrWiginal circuit. tie causes, even tn th- Quest de tion." A letter was read from creating th Thirty-thirJudjr Tliis'circuit embraced six couu-tfe- tails of them, we citm.i.r but say, the Winchester Development Asciul Distnet, composed of the nearly il.l.pf them he has been a good and faithful sociation in which they assured givf. other death. wil'ii't litigation, boiii tier v a nr. of the ureal common the members of the Fiscal Court causo. bf her death cotuttiee oi LtMio, Owsle, Perry Thcimmediate that they would aid and assist in wan iui attack of paralysis, a second and Lelcli r, mok effect. In that civil and criminal. But in spite people. which the feebleness of age month Ju,d::e Faulkner held his of the vast amount, of work thus every way possible the boiling of stroke, "We cannot, douhr his success c'ould not overcome. Mr. last term of court in Leslie county cast upon hi in, Judno Faulkner In oTher nrenuB will he us great; a road to Lulbesrud. At her special reqiwt. Judge L, F. Secretary of tho Business before it vvus taken out of the has buckled down! to the tnrk and and however great it may bo we Jinniit long a frletid of the fatally, Twenty-Hoveotand put into the kept his dpcket'perhaps in better know he will alunvs be worthy Mens' Club, of Mr. Sterling, was cranio from Elkatawa an4 heijf the at Thirty-thirecrtlccs' Tuesday a((ernoon, District. During shape, than HOman iu Kentucky of it. Judge Faulkner, farewell, also present and assured the thaW jil4.id i t eh urch of wh lak she. had' the four years that Judge Faulk- could have done, He has mnde and may the best, of all go with court that Mt. Sterling and Monttnumber and the uurtal ner" had presided luug bVn Circuit. a practice of writing many of his vou, with the heartiest good will gomery county would do everyover the was In. tho llosklns graveyardy In tlie thing possible to help in the pri'sencc of a)arge n amber of bur peo- - Court in Leslie he had won the inure important judKements him. of Leslie Countv, a county for building of the road to the MontloycL n nd respect of the people of self, and seemly to it that they ,jie who In attending 'tea tl Red their whose improvement you have ac irjjnpl for. he dead and their sjiwpa- - that countv, who were sorry to wore properlyjantered on tho or- coinplished moro than any other gomery line and also stated that 'tfiy wlth"the loving euea who had lest b.uve to give him up as their der books. .Tktf. lawyers who Montgomery county would reouo man." li5r froni imiung tbemihere. surface tho pike from Mt. Sterhave merely N Jude. The local paper, Thbus practice nt At the close of the June, 1000, ling to Levee and build the pike andsUck.s, then under the man. anticipated ourirernark when we Judge ajeiient of Mr. H. O. Ohapell, say that Judge1 Faulkner is the term of court nt Hyden, country from there to the Powell line as ' Tent Blown Down. across the Fautknerrode soon as (hey were assured that now of Middlcsbprouuh, and one best Judge we. have ever had in Twenty-seventDis- to Manchester. Here he was met this county would build a piko Judicial vDurinit the windstorip Sunday of the hest kiiQWH newspaper men, the We claim no originality by a delegation of lawyers, rep to meet them. ill wbieh the in the mountains, printed the trict. Hfteriiwiii tent appreciation of Judpe for this remark,' .because it has resenting the Hyden bar, preseut Altogether, the meeting was &HTft4 Mehd4ta wete3 bold following in "hiff yuti ri Faulk' Hr, trite. a.cL", eommon pjace iug him with a handsome gold- - very successful and n great deal frem hih hie n't Saftw, wa mtc. ! het r. stwoe the first wak. that he. as. headed Wti of Leslie etMHty. We have be liawH dwiu 8eral cane, with many kindly of interest was taken in tlie variioiokd tkU aM paper, 6(mtaHl) wined the erHiiae With a very 4i)tktly jH Ut (M n Ihwia ous discussions. The members of expressions of regard. We kit artiele, itkui Jiwe lfQ, few weeks afrerbeeaHie Judge to know that the Judge stiU the commission went into session tausee learned tepluoe it, It sfrnks litifaafp' UiuM aud w&fi.- - )Uvri wm to feaHilni, hhoIiwm with good lias this cane and prizes it very shortly after being qualified and for it is expected that they will ''VVh ihml 4 r I iie t a it e e and. oaW.lrReaV tm. lata t rial with highly,. j$fUNMA is tem9fn fr rapr igMMsamtetieks and unafoUnee. engineer to survey with oat. 11m. meetiag kfVM If Judge Faulkner was a good 'uA,ttr iwii, tfNyi feur 'yeai's and acceptable Judge in 1000, he the State Rngineer, t he roads that i in iMr vtBjpiHiyj tiuriuK will mukea better one now, with are to be workd at once, after he tH added experiooeof ten years which bids will be called for and wafitBI IfoilflM W HrrW UatM. ItU the contracts let for the work of ilea of service as Jiide and Judge HC, Fautmefr of Perry County Judge Court d s, - over-whtsiuie- d Fra-zie- r, fun-trer- ai h d tjiier h . mt -- bR fr Imp-pe- I itlL hr T. . i IuvhI fury N.tk 4 ir l:jiMft rPlibik y9m. j&;9kt?A lltanHiipnntkily, ti ft' KrHdJag. ' . V ; ''" it 't , ': county man, although ho resides in Winchester, and U. G. Garrett, both came out Hotfooted against Colonel Roosevelt, stating that they would not vote tor Youngst ' A Democratic Newspaper him even if he were the party Laughingly Tells of the, nominee, us seems likely now. Old Eighteen Years A stonlsMngjRellet Many others are of the same She Gained. Rooseopipion,'as they know that The Best Weekly in this Section. r likely have this velt would " I can eat like ning and sloep country plunged into tho EuroEditor pean war in no time. What the like a lamb," laughingly said M. P. O'Mara sensible Republicans want, as Mrs. B. Hendersonf 110 South mail mat- well as the Democrats, is a man Hazel street, Voangetown.Ohlo. Entered as second-cla"I know this sounds rather ter at the Post Office at Clay City, who can keep Peace and ProsperKy., under the Act of Congress of ity in tho country, and at. this "piggish," Mrs. Henderson extime there is no man in Bight who plained,. '"but I canhit upon tin March 3. 1879. can equal our President, Wood-ro- word that describes, my present specially is Wilson, at that. He will condition better. PAPER. A HOME-MAlifter "InVTiiiauy years have opposition, no doubt, but it this true as both of suffering I went Sfrough. will be " ludigestiop; cajarrh of "tho THURSDAY, JUNE. I, 1910 parties know what is best for the logical head, nose aiu throat, kidney country, and that he is the and liver trouble a tip nervnusuess man to elect for our next ANNOUNCEMENTS all had a tight gjip c&jne. WbVds cannot descride'l)B"'inui:R mid Wo aro authorized to announro Poor old Barksilale Hamlett, agony I .underwew G. W. GOURLEY he sure has trouble of his own! "There wjisVa blasting of gas County, Ky., of Beattyvllle, Lee on my stomuoli 'ffiir eating1,' I ii8 a candidate for Judge of the Court of Last year he went into a camAppeals for the Seventh Appelate Dis- paign' and got beaten, but not suffered headaches,' my nose was trict of Kentucky, subject to the action of the Republican pnrty at the primary satisfied with that, he contested stopped up, mucous formed in election to be held August S, 1010. the race unil he went broke, aft- my throat, my" ey&tfpjre weak at er which his wife sued for divorce times anil Jny kidneys were. sore. and brought him a lot of unde- A general of We are authorized to announce sirable publicity. Now he is be- - health is whafJ't rally suffered ROSCOE VANOVER of Pike county, as a candidate for tng sued by the Special Assistant from. Never qidETeel energetic Judgo of the Court of Appeals for the Attorney General of the State, and it was impossible for me to Seventh District of Kentucky, subject '1 to action of the Republican party at who wants to recover from Hum relish food, the primary, August 5th, 1010. lett nnd his bondsmen the sum of UI tried almost. "evnry medicine $64,711, which it is alleged that that;, came along, but iloiip of We are authorized to announce Hamlett spent in violation of them did mo any grind. I finally SIMEON S. WILLIS law while in office as Superin- concluded that, jJiene was no hope of Boyd county, as a candidate for tendent of Public Instruction. for my recovery. Ujread of Ta.u lac; Judge of he Court of Appeals in the Seventh Appellate District, subject to The petition alleges that Ham- friends told, inaabout it, ,and the. vote of tho Republicans in the paid out unlawfully, wrong- relatives begged h'ie;to take it primary, Saturday, August 5, 1010. lett fully and without warrant o f flrst, but L kBotvn refusing,--- . l . law, the following sums: meu day. jtiy' dfmuition, grew THE TIMES. Eats Likek Pig sleeps like Lamb owriWoman CHEVROLET A Real Automobile. ss DE half-hearte- d, Five Passenger equipped with Self-Start-er and electric lighting system. 35 H. P. Engine, weight 1750 pounds; F. O. Seven Passenger Baby Grand - U Factory, $550.00 Touring Car, 2400 pounds F. O. B. Factory, $ $750.88 E. H. FULLER Agent For Powell County, STANTON. KY. jt THERE IS l.ehTc'oop :invaweek,: 'whoDream good en-- but are authorized to announce .To Jiimself'.asfin-U':,- , H. O; FAULKNER 'Creased' salary t Perry .County, as a candTdatofor Judge of the Court of Appeals in the To Daisy ilamlelt," Seventh Appellate uistrictoi Kentucky his wife,. subject to the action of the Republican . . .. 1uo T ! T' To himself for party Ul me rmuurjr ojictnuu iu ield Aug. 5th, 1010. alleged expeuses, AVe 11 "1 worse1 l.OTKOO; n.Q;I-iwaai- man who can't build a - chjek- - For publication of Tlie Committee appointed by tho Fiscal Court to go befpre the Statu Board of Equalization nnd protest nRtiinstthe of;80 per cent, reported Saturday that they had been able to have the raise cut to 0 per cent. They also atated that the State, Board of Equalization told them to get after the Assessor and make him put property hi at, the correct value aud it would then be unnecessary for them to make any raise, but that there were numerous instances qf where property was assessed at far less than half its actual value, particularly in tho case of large farms and boundaries. tax-increa- se luuiac oayTia.nu-iijgf.- .. 41 i'n.v, - 39,801 88 of my frfends',lQr peinSle wlio hear of" my case suffer .tiythiHg like Total, 101,711.00 I did, I urge tiftm J6. take ' The sureties were R. H. Vra.n. Tunluc." Sant olui C. O. Mayo and D. W. Tanlacie being lnjmditced, iu Gardner, who were' each1 bonded Cl.ay.Olt'y.at EatonivMcUiiires. to the extent of $5',00u and they are also made defendants to the 'Taiilao may be. Gtuind in suit, Mrs. Al'iyo being served as Stuiitni) ii Hurdwick .& Co.; executor of the estate of the late Bowen, Day College King Jobu'O. O. Mayo. .Hill, Uinter Jt Taylor Day; Ir.Mne,Irv(ne Drug Co.; Genet, GenpJ;'Csh Store1; POWELL & JACKSON Waltersville, HenfyiValdron. . Bros-qrorrfnti, stenographers aud other employees. without authority, books, not author- 28,087.41 ized by law To various clerks, Deration. J aiiim another elwincov6ii . fiiuhuliVSHef 0,910.07 in a propneftfrytapdi.ciue. ' Ten days of Tijilac tt e.atmeut 8,517.50 made a iiuvj,vainaii of me. No longer do L suffer froth any if tlio old mhneitf. 'Pliwhat h pleasure, ir is?4tovfewigo.d once more., r.cau'Klldprfrjiu prhlsiug. ' can1 finisHse v- i ezm air casciea m a nigncs FINISH the chicken coopmake count. 3 one-res- uks The fellow who used to whisper sweet nothings to gkl now has to sidestep the feUow who makes noise like real money. 1 'The substitute for dreams is CASH start a Savings Account Clay City National Bank PAYS 3PER CENT COMPOUND INTEREST Writers of all Kinds of Fire, Life, Tornado, Lightning and Hall Insurappointed a Commission of four ance.. We are also, agents for the men, as the law requires, to suv Illinois Surety Company and are pre- Now that the Fiscal Court, has THE WIN CHEST Bit BANK, of Winchcstor,Ky. perintend the building of our pared to do a general Bowling busipikes, the work will proceed as fast as possible, and it is hoped ness. to have some of the mum road POWELL JACKSON from Stanton to Lulbegrud or the Sam W. Powell Llnvllle Jackson Moutgomery line completed by Office In Court House. this fall. The members of the I Capital Stock $100,900 , Surplus "and UndivicUi Profits $200,000 X. Holly Withcr8pon, Presfdcnt. AJtor .Foar Yoars DiKouragkf I had gottea so weak i could not stand, Cashier, V. R. Sphar and I gave up in despair. CoaikMM, Mrs. Bolock Gava YOUR ACCOUNT SOLICITED. At last, my husband get me a bottle ol HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE l UpkDocpMr, HwfjMidl CarduJ, the woman's tonic, and I 'f good men, who are anxious to have as many miles of good roads as possible for tho money expended, and Powell will toon be able to boast of some of the best pikes in the commission are-all Winchester Kentucky com-laeac- ed CLEANING AND PRESSING. Clean 'VW work CiuM to Reseat. taking flfiCd M. fsf From iirtvg Ifee TRACY HTOILY I afi ready to d log 'and Pressing. ywr I ivwilil ImM f"!"! very first ou I guaranteed Real Estate and Insurance. Stute. We Buy and Sill Farm and City Our Republican friends are Property of all kinds. We have some having a hard tune "trying' to alee farms in Clark and adjoining select a candidate to run against President Wilson. So far they counties for sale or rent. Write us cannot make up their mind, and what you want. We write alt kinds ef iNswaJwe. the final result will be (hut a rtasw-aW- e. and ffcag Orders left wffi J. Wmm will rseelve ftrmfi aMinMin. JAMESJWLLIAMS. caa row watk two atNea without He la att httwatilBg lHr tiring me, and am de4ng aM ray work." H yea are all nm dew from womanly from this ptacc, Mis. BMte BuHock wrttM at feNowt; "I uffrt4 tW few troMbleg, don't jfrft up lm dMpajr. Try aaaU arc yi vmwn iBaBffvre yrs, wMh womanly trouUos, smi durki wnrrBi aLj wAattAii'cm itfviali ti fHBffi nfjHV"! Catrofl, Ky. IMs tfaac, 1 obhM only aMwi for aMMtc IttATA tAtaUS 9tMAmmm 9 fMlttAM WABAeUI onaTcvvvavPi Lt oatni 1 InW atA wMIe, aad eook aot walk aaywtMrc at J auuailnuaiijai wmrmwaw uuttia oajsaniffai For Oeed IUrbir((-fr- y great many of them, even some pf jb strongest, party adherents, days Judge J. II. Hardwick, whom we etill claim urn Towel afeo TRACY AND ST0KELY. Office, MaJfl . A, P. JohiSferi iH - ik wttM 1 katyMtsMa. Wm -- FrwIPl Hill ITiVIV gPflfj swetketo "'I . Jroa; tea. Yew drugglet fcaa seM pardtd for years. K wilPte for Wilson Only.'a few Stmt, Wtaetoter, j Ky. tlMbM Um4, ' hmIH MmK4 a OBaBBWI bssvvVirbvb) tyJ He knows whet wm do. Aek him. He wl reeem- M. eaTBSnV gHM sH7 SP s Ov 9 VjfttJt kiJ SSJ SRay oapav aaO" m UsJU TIOfW iaaJ oasaa""E xavsTanaai r.A..i Ia ""sjnaje .i Advertise garraweBK t.Tb Timm. ..Rlvrljpr.. fpasapi Km jSja oPaiaBifoaji v 00 owt japaroi 10CAL . Oil Business V On The' Boom Bulletin No. 2 . i- - Oil men are pmiririg iiito Olay City in increasing numbers und leases are being taken on every Memo- - available acre in the county. The Harry L. Russell spent bringing in last week of a 400 bbl rial Day in Lexington. "gusher" by Young & Thompson X. J, llrn iiihuu u uwtiuvao on th 9 Ma renin farm ou Mcjiin , To the People: iriD to L.exinion. jaesaay. ney Mountain, six miles south' of here, has stlmuluted interest in Some' people say that the very fact that the Bethlehem Steel Company is so aggressively A. T. Wliitt went to.Louidville the ffardwick Creek section and fighting the proposal to build a Government armor plant is conclusive proof that the Company .a" few days ogn and returned within a short time it is likely is sacking to assure for itself tho "vast profits" derived from private manufacture. with a Ford touring car which .lie that there will be at least six sold TCirk.. The fact is that armor making is the least profitable feature of steel manufacture. rigs drilling on lauds along (his Hardwicks In fact, Mrs J. n. McOlhrkin arrived stream. ' TuesdSyto be, with her husband, Creek promises tn rival the fam L reason we oppose a Government plant is very simple. It is this: , ous Cow Creek, of Estill county,' who jslargely interested in n Jl TzEven though there is but little profit in tho making of armor, we have invested over where so many good producers number of oil leases here. i $7,000,000 in our armor plant;, ure making their owners rich. 'Mrs. Geo. A. Ornbtree, One rig is drilling on the Patrick Mr. and plant is useless for any other purpose; if a Government plant is built tho usoful- Orabtree and F. G. farm, about one mile of Ef- ness of our plant is destroyed. . . Powell were anions those from till Furnace, on the headwaters a distance attending the burial of Hardwicks Creek, and two lowould be good business for us to make armor for the Govcrn- -, of Mrs. Cox. cations were recently made orii 'ylment at any price over and above tbe actual shop cost, RATHER Combs branch, a tributary. 1 S&THAN SACRIFICE OUR ENTIRE INVESTMENT. Jojn Cbomer und family, late The hotels are crowded with from near Beattyville, left ou operators t'cpm all the older nil; tK?t 'i Wednesday for Ashland, where fields, and livery rigs aro in con seek to save big profits; our purpose is very frankly to save our armor Syfc they will make- their home for stant demand by those seekii g 1plant itself built solely for the use of the Government from going to tho scrap heap. tha nresent. to lease the few remaining farms. Another drilling outfit has Tb'de-'thatWm. Morton, of' Clida, passed we are prepared to agree for any, period to any terms of manufacture Tuesday evenimi on been unloaded here and is being. tlirniiL'li here which the Federal Trade Commission nhall say absolutely protects the Government HardX his way home from Lexington, act up on the west bank of of theiUnitcd States. wicka Creek on tho G. W. Clark. where he waa operated on, in one fartn,iiear No. 8, which came- in 'V of the hospitals. CHAR' M: SCHWAB. Chairman Bethlehem Steel Company i 15 barrel well a couple of week EUOENK Q GnACE. IWd.nl - Si Betty Pherigo, of Lexing- ago. . Miss Drilling win he pusnea ton, spent Wednesday with the night and day'nud the contractors family of her brother, H. H. Heieii & Sherman, of- - Sullivan, Pherigo. Master William Eirl, IudV, expect to reach the sand by- whnjhas been visiting in Lexing--to- Saturday night. These men are tunities. Tuesday. 'old we.ll wlifi ii !)hm1 ,for suuio weeke, came ,up experienced and practical, oil ;fliwed it was forFin't line after ' We notice1 in Lexington Herald Miss Patsy Abner was visitini: ' with, her. , men and they invite the public ; many friends at Powell's announcement of tbe coming her tn come and see their machineju mnrriage of Miss Rachel Ware J. W. Woolery was in totyn operation. Before- - coining into MixOJinriik;.. H'i.1 others from. Valley last week. Kppn But-lirivillir liisL WWInoaitnv ...... and Mr. Floyd Clay in the. j. Ueitjti, tjioruugji . VlUWUl J Misses Eloiseand Tiddlewinks ii thi? tielU'Mr.' . ,ieiisBUiroiii nuuruiiiiie trftmrcin'aiwakKiiit aim ile: Vanca are fVisititVgrjatjves in tl' iitvestigateii . wWlrc'eim(f a ratlipf" "Gail' case tliey shipped in tl(eii fut'ami a; a'lwl" half known here and his t rig Lexiii'ston fhis. week. congratulate him. ' orsmallpox. Ho says there were" full complement of tools. together 'iUla weu win priv up ii larue Iiev. Henry Townsend was several cases mi Whiteoak but with sufficient, casinn for four 8i;opo of territory 'considerably Quite a number came in from In town one day last week lookihiit. they are now nearly all bet different parts of the county wells, is mi indicatiuii of their in advance of pnidnrtirm. find is some land titles. ' ter. for to decorate the Tuesday being watched with great inter- ing after faith in the field. . . . i i. Mr. Melvin Blount og Heidl-bur- graves witn ueauuiui unwerc One of the most recent of- tho est by oil men. Desser & ComBurrell Akers has the latest over Commence- and ferns. Tuesday was Decora was here thing in pets, having adopted a well known operators to miter pany,, of Bradfordj Pa., have tion Day, a- national holiday, the field is the Fisher Oil Co., of 'made a location near headwaters ment visiting with his parents. young gron.nd.hog, which one of and wo ought, to make more of it and are Miss Perl Skidmore has returnthe railroad men caught near Pittsburg, whose general mana- of Hardwicks creek developing ger, A. D. Gill, inspected their shippim: in a rig, for ed home after visiting with her than we do. A. P. Johnson, has a Malonev. Dr. I W. Johnson was called aunt, Mrs. W. IV. Catron, for l, and it keeps him holdiug8 on Hardwicks Creek a their acreugq in that section. young Leo Williams, a cnurctor "of. fewslays ago and made two locadays. to Ilosslyn Monday night to see busy half the time catching mice tions for wells, which will be Sullivan Ind , Is shipping n rig' Kirkpatrick and uild sparrows for it. Mr..Charles MacDonal1 or Mt. Mrs James drilled as soon us a rig can be put here an J will drill sevbral wellp Sterling washer) last, week buy-in- found her suffering with appeiw ' ' NOTICE! to a lios. in, lie was accompanied by C. for parties who have locations bogs to. ship to his farm, and dicitis. She was taken will bo a meetincr of tho Went Thoro A. Gartlan and H. 0. Starkey, south. of towtu 'Frank- Bran.d.eu-- ' pital at Lexington where she ungot 102 head. End Good Itoada Asaociution at the Imrg, of the satne.pliiQa, who owns derwent a successful operation Oiay City Saturday higtit who have Interelts here. is. arranging vtp ship' Mrs. Albert Johnson. Mrs. and is now improving. Edwin M, Hiushaw, of Indian- fur-rigat 7 o'clock. , Every citizen of the county is urged to attend, as somo apolis, and M. P. Cult, have taken tlium nll.herit.'' Moore and daimhter, and Mrs. ' '' Richard Crowe preached one of ' very important business will coino over the Clias. Clark und oilier Stella Grooms of Clay City were the finest sermons at the Chris, before tho meeting. farms ou Hardwicks. Orejuk ,und Superintendents Report. here Tuesday. tian church last Sunday night '.Next buuaav another new h ive- wired for a rig. Hev. G. W. Kerstetter, Supt. that we have heard for a long Geo. S, Clarke, Chas. Oldei -- Tho. county superintendent, In her schedule goes into effect, on the repot to tho. Fjgca, Court last week, of the Orphas' Home at Olay time. Richard is a promising, E. & N by which the" morning dorp and C E Bonliam, of Mf. a coquty levy ot 20 cents City, took in the graduating young man, and Stanton ought train goingeast will go on through O.trmel, III., have returned for and a poll tax of f 1.00 be given the exercises at the College Wednes- to be justly proud of him. Come to Jackson and Quicksand, in the purpose of looking after their Board of Education) and Bliqvvcd that day night. anil preach for us again, Richard ; to Beattyville, as at wolls vvhich are being drilled in extensive, repairs lia'di been made to everybody enjoyed you! stead of several schools, one new one built and The graduates from Stanton present. This makes the time oil th'j Clark farm. $1,200 paid off iHe old rhdeb'teducsg. Junior Ilagans, who was a forCollege this year were Misses Drl B. A. Yilkes, of St. Louis, far bet ter ou this ro,id, nu it was " Hanks, Opal Frazier, am! mer student here, came down., Fannie impossible before this to go to member of a syndicate in which Suit AgainstsThe n from Magoflin county last Thurs; Grace Maxwell and George . Jackson apd return tlifl same; day. T,. H. Firreter, I. H. Cadwalla-do'- r Bjard of; Education. day and next day left for Valand Herlert Jonee. and other prominent St. paraiso University where he en-F. 0. Vowcll, of Xenii, while in town L iuU caiitalistst arrived Sunday Suit was fild in Circuit Coyrt ntytun-to- n Mr. Walter Millard of Cincin-nu- t ters for tho coming year. This nfow days ngo, called at this olllceand for the i gave a lecture at the PresWednesday ugalnsUhu inetnbers of renewed his subscription, und wo have to complete arrangements is a fine school, the writer having, qlso received subscriptions from N. N, drilling of several we)ls on their tho Hoard of l'Muvatton to enjoin byterian Church last Thursday there two years. They, them from lotting the vontrm-- for the night on Woman Suffrage which attended Noo, Olins. Weathers, A. II. Norton, property south of town. have nu enrellwent of live tlious-- ; Daniel Townsend, Brook Lodford, Mrri. Col. T. G. Stuarfj bf Winches-ter- , new school to ha built for the consoli- was enjoyed by those who atten. and students during tho year. . W.'O. Scale, Tet Hall, G M. Knoy, Darlngtvilu representing Ohio and Penn- dated Waltersvlllu andwas signed, by ded. Millard Dennett, llobert Morris, Win. diatriet. The petition ' has made a four patrons from eaeh district, and Mrs. Irene Thompson left last l, sylvania operators, Stephens, itoscoo Bowman, Mack Edgar Arnelt, who hns been at Thursday for her lie w. home A.int It. Clark, H. W. Bemiott, P. location on the Orabtree farm, sets forth that the rlgliU Juf l lie people Tuesday , B. Itusedli, Harry 8lmttuck, UrceH Nebraska. Her father has moved-thersouth of town, and will start drill- wore not considered""! tke consoli- tending school here, left Ohio, where he It A, Mount and Miis Itulh Fowler. ing will bo for Portsmouth, dation, ami that the ,hw from where ho lived in at once. patrons, inconvenient to many &f expects to work for tho summer, Pennsylvania. Miss Bertha Oar J. II. McClurkin i awaiting Mrs. Wm. Mount, returned after which he will return tor ver loft on the same day for Hot Mqoitay from Irvine, where she .arrival of another'rig, winch he another year at tho college. Miss Springs, North Carolina. STANJOf, hits Iwen for some 'lays with her will move onto t he Emma Mountz University of Paisley went to Lenox, town, Translyvania sistur, Mrs. June Wull'aee, who lease, on lied River, near v (By P, Lexlngtoi ntfered a scholarship to visit with her people, Misg Ev.. He wjlVulso drill soma ware injuria uns to her home in Otisco, Itid.; and Monmouth College of Mrs. Mount, reports one or more test wells in the by fall. was Grant. Hanks f, Bf w offered two scholarshlbs to aud Prof. Ritchie to 0itfm.; MounUiti, St'tir of Highly sUter hs beinx in a very hwit TiMMday on kiwiHW. ' tp 'three of the eraduates of this t)hin. to visit his neonle. He weakt'Hpd ennditiou hiuI owing to tttor R. A. Betitty, ut BowliHg Wtevhorje that they will .will teach in northern Ohio this lra.g Iwr iii'jurijfs jnay proye Green. Ohio, has made a Ioum. Mm,' Km CoillrHuaHd Mi as Oiiy City! avail themselves of these op'por- - year, 7near u Mawl''ltue K(tM-tlOH w LwlLwxrud ii&M . , .,' Why We Are Opposing A Government Armor Plant to-T;.- f. . IThe ejt v4That v rtIt - , - do-n- ot , - . - -. n to'-hav- e ... . ''JlJ'j, r. , - easrEnRiirnacet mnnj'-fHefuls- - g . . - hoot-ow- sev-er- al s; - school-houa- o, s, - nskod-tha- t I - Der-ickso- . 1 t ' . Ktm-brel- Es-te- a, Hurd-woka-cree- gutiud ty Illi-Hol- . -- - . V crk yr, i 12 BPWORTII LEAGUE Lord's Prnyer Leader, Miss Ouida Mountz Topic, 'Freedom to Worship God." Acts 4 : 10-Qiiartetto by MnttnU brothers, "Ho Lcadeth mr." Joel Mount John 4 : 23-Mrs. Sam Carr AcU Freedom, 1st pnrt, Mrs. W. It. Cassidy Mrs. E.D. Conlee Second part, "Little Mary's Motto" Lillie Burgher "Little Mabel's Motto" Nell Duncan "Marjraret" Holen Vollmor Quartette "ilescue the Perishing." "A Little Boy's Mission" Jas. Searles Benediction Song Song' 20 24 5-- 29 SCHOOL ITEMS Misses Dora Bush Kimbrell and Lucille Kimbrell, of Indian Fields, who are attending Eust-dKentucky State Normal at Richmond, took the May teach ers' examination before Superintendent H. H. Brock, of Madi sou county and hud their manu scripts sont to this county to be graded by our examiners as they desired to obtaiu a certificate Both of them refrom Powell. ceived first, class certificates. m f SlipMjfew Prince Albert smoke, into vour- system! - nriw aBwvakaaaaBMMaakBkawjrBaaBa 'eaaClMaw 7 a J n,...iJlmt Hliiida .'.. , ..." n it if The school census for this "year which has just'been summarized by the county superintendent Thomas Hall hy moved back on the and filed in the county clerk's ofGeorge Graven placo. fice, shows that Powell county G.W. Bush was in "Winchester last has 2204 white children aud .84 Saturday on business. colored children within the school Mrs. W. M. Wells has been quite ace. " sick, but is better now. The County Board of Educa "Wealey Garrett, of near Stanton, tion have called the trustees of spent Wednesday with Herman Hall. their respective educational di Mrs. George GraVett spent Sunday visions to meet them on npxt with her sister, Mrs. John Burton. Saturday, June 3, to employ the The recent rains wero greatly appreciated, as it was getting very dry. teaclierB for the ensuing year. VAUGHN'S MILL. . openirfor you to come in on a good time" the national joy smoke often, without a firing; up. jevery little-so- , regret! YouH Feel like your smoke past has been wasted and will be sorry you cannot PrmcUbert pipe or rolling ypurqwh, butjou Jrribwthat you've got toh ihe right tobapcol We tell you wOl preerto give quality! Time's sport smoking a without coupons or premiums. You've heard many an earful about the Prince Albert 'SvaritAH "nmriwfi friar p.mAq nut hitfl nnH rmrtrTflnd lets VOU moke your fill without a cdmebackl Stake your bank roll that out every hour of the. day. Pnrice Albert has always been sold We Nnee bang the doors wide Albert! t. - ii i mm back up for a fresh start. You swing on this say-s- o like it was a tip to a thousand-dolla- r bill l, It's worth that in happiness ind contentment to you, to every man who knows what can be gotten out of a chummy jimmy pipe or a makin's Mrs. Alice Burton is syending n few day with her mother, Mrs. Herman Hall. Mrs. Mattie Barnes died Friday flight and wns buried Sunday at Kimbroll's Chapel. Charley Clark leased his farm to some oil men last week, Rotting a bonus of $000.. The family of John' Burgher have all been sick with the nieaslep, but are all better. Snnday School is held every week at Christian church and all are invfted to Services commence at 2 p.m. . attend. Eubank, editor School Journal, structor, which and profitable cacbere. The county teachers' institute will be held during the week be fror. ic b. ginning July IT. cigarette with Prince Albert for "nnrHnir"! f" - "c w -- R. J. RETMOLDS TOBACCO CO. WMn-W- of the Southern isto.be, the In- injures a good week for the Tblatelhtrmn nay tidt si mm u ORPHANS' HOME ITEMS. Mrs.Brisland'MnCalol) of Mississippi, sent a package of clothing.- 8ocioty of the Presbyterian church, Versailles, Ky., sent a bor of clothing. Beldon Scam returned to'the.Home after the closing.6f the college at Stan' ' " m Prlne Albert Udr and In rtd tin. fact, avarr Prlnca n.u Albert Dackaie. baa a real rneaega-tojo- a dii Ita rmru elde. Yoall readt "ProCeia PatenUd lnlT30th.lW7.n Thatmaaoa. State Ooero- -' that tha United m nateflt an tha. m.nt haa proeea by which Prince .Albert: la made.' And by which tonfa bit and fAroar parcil ara cut oatr everr-whe- re tobacco ! eoldronllBnd Prince Albert awaltlDf you n toppy rra oagt, sei war- red una, ioc: nanaeom pound endhalf-poun- d tin bumldera and la. jbat clever crretal-eponte Sf ' rpHK - K: numiuor.wm. a ' tobacco In .eoeS Una conoJUoar fc ' flu TREES. f ' .r . ton. ;l rfhlubbTt Grape Vines, Ilhufiarb, As-- 't Mrs. Jr'NBell, Boydt Kyo.snt f 1.70 paingus, Peonies, Phlox, Roses etc. toward the exVei!iesb,lbe;ofterart6fl8 for trachoma. EVERY" THING FOR ORCHARD, I " "JFruif and Ornamental trees, visiiea Mrs. jrrtBuiii- - uuiiuei.u.is.v..v3Mk. . .t r9:Yt. Jeff FaUoni arifl 'Bewie Maf'coniinjfear will bola'k'en up last week Thur6day.tot Klnc'aid, both of Knowl'tito; were at the Iis9piount left last regular meeting of next LAWN AND GARDEN. New Concord, Ohio, where she expects Bro. George Miller, of Menifee married, Saturday ..HfUie honie'of f ho Board. to attend collego. EREE CATALOGS NO AGENTS ,T county, preached to a laran c'rowil ' Xixe- ynuri-the- bride. H n t If, '! Efflo Akeman, after spending several of peopfe here u few" Sundays ago. H. F. Hillenmeyer & Sons. peopj.e are well known ,ln tlieij weeks, at the hospital at Jackson, re- KNOWLT0N Lexington, Ky. section of the connfry, jmd re turned to the Home last week. Born, to the wife of John oeived mariy con;fatuihtioua, VVasson Thursday, May 25, a fine, A Bible Class in the Presbyterian T. G. Cole wub In Irvine on leboy, also one on the sumo-dachurcln of Paris, Ky., sent $8 to buy to gal business, hut Friday. Does Sloan's LioMaWt Help 'WHEN YOU WANT overalls for the boys ; to which Miss tho wife of Preston Johnson. .RheuiitlMi? A SHAVE OS HAIR OUT Hobbins added 1. Raymond and Elhert Cole tire Ask,' the man who hew yf he visiting their uncle, Thaddeus OB ANT The Superintendent enjoywh exThere iff plenty of interest in cellent Comunceinentjproraif ren- know?. 'Tothinkfl Jfefed all Celo. TONSOEIAL WORK , the oil business here and con- dered at Stanton College.a.nd also the these yearawhen onetlop.bpttle.qf CALL ON leasing has been .done. i. nHfltinir able and practical addrtfsof Dr. Tyler Sloan'a L i n I ni eht juwreil me;?' to" H. H. PHERIQO. on the subject of "One Thing.," "Key "I" b leave elior tly for Middletown;111"9;"611 writes one grated) . Uwri "Ifyou " . . -. y i . m Hauley gave some excellent advice to the graduates, and the conduct of the school was such as to inspire coniidence in tho minds of parents that their children will be taken care of in the school. .i ? . v: i .1 .tot t Dlvertlflod EncllsH Agriculture. industry places and you fejffludh'; better.. ApricuUure Is the urJmary In the west of England, where It 18 notablo for lta diversity. Dairying Buy it at anv,DrUBtQre,bnly 25 and cattle aodsheep raising are can cer.i rfed on jn Sbmersetshlre. The Cheddar cheese Industry Is situated there. have KheumatUm or'sUffer. from Ohio. Neuralgia, Baolaolie;'Sorenep8.and Mrs. Nnncy Lowe, of Bosslyn, Stiffness, don't putoff jjettiug.a bottle of.Sloa ofi. JLtVwill give ;you Burh welcome re!ef It. Jvarms . Leases are advancing in price, with the prospect of development atTS Teachers Leave iFor Home. , For Scratched Tables Other Furniture and 3a au f, Interior Woodwork 1 73iQCi'1 Mrs. W. C. Soafyvio lids been principal of theClBy;Olty irraded school for the,pu8Mr, left fori ner noino in 'Tjjiionester oaiur-daMrs. SealeffSiririg li e r . 'fir ' i... i an y, itsroi many WHnnfrieirtlo wUo regret to see her leave tojj".' Ab a teacher the children IiayuytiHade splen did progress, inaiuA of the fapt Saves Eyes J$ pit wen were mat sue ana ihiirt I '.nameoriant in h hfti ni :n'irtrf,t-l-vllly'it. lu'wo Jtrvwdatl con handicapped byr t.iU et!fnc tha oil I'nt liirrj L.M fl'H.n trltlmut a rilrkar The mem una to Uio lift tfron I' nnsjl7Juia 1 dition of the cli tcft'rnn. Inferior rn O) lh brs of the, T '.loard 'have ttt Untwavnitoi! ynt M0MKY-"a nll expresml laflMkl' a well WOH K ciul-ollitr- til iuciiarB (HMi'H hhb himuc The largestshoe.factoryjn the country makes less than. of the entire slioe output, but the lORD MOTOR COMPANY builds half of all the automo-bile- s made in America. This volume is necessary to oni-fortieth inc; Lampt Oil that eho Iih8 made or town, 1 supply the demands of people who are looking,, for economy at a low cost. Get Vours Today. Reatere tha orlsieal beauty no matter how badly ecraiclird or aoilcd U'a a weed at aba and varaleh combined la out Com in U Natural Watd ceterc. WhU. 916 Touting Gar 9 6 'Roadster 1 , PtMmu) (Five . . . . '. .$,440 GUand SU4r Enatntt, Mad G All Sift. 1 '. and guaranteed by $390 i?- PEASLEE-- AULBEK.T CO. Trfree LouisvHJe, Ky, iwrn u ii,-v- i(en a KOUTR PU. uui untkt la Chs. LS;;l! flRS. H. W. WILLIAMS, t iJ i Ky, Ly, OH Co. aa plasd with hJrtiwI'Jt-- X Amt- lu ot ter f xmfhiwrmi TU Ae Price PaMiw F. O. B. Detroit fly. m b iniycd U,Ji' are . witatVr ywar . a f Wurtfli.Tl. II S T. Wfiitt, Clay City, Ky. " AuWqiL DiitribiW oi Forcj Cat. fei PayfjH Couwty,. c 'X . .4. Hardwick & 5 mi, Co. t T ? T f i jr. Sole Agen ts for Arrow Shirts T T T and Collars. We also have a complete line of Men's ' and Boy's clothing, hats, caps, shoes, oxfords, neckwear, silk V ' '4c- '.' C - ""V" J 4? and dotton sox, underwear in both union suits and T T T T T T . . fcr ' ARROW SHIRTS . : alike. The- stuff JLN that's in them tliat means wear or worry does not show. There is o nly one sure guide shirt quality; the label of the maker of the gar' ment The ARROW is 1he. O. K. markofthe. largest manufacturer of shirts in the world It's your guide to shirt satisfaction. insisc on ine iaDei Decause ic means tnac you wm XT3EW shirts look pretty much ' 1" ' on'-,eT- "f$ suits. We handle Hart, Schaffner & Marx and the Matchless Brand clothing. Walkover shoes for men, Stetson, and" Astor Brand two-piec- e T T f T T v hats. . " - f. r - - "v? : it w w ' ' '3L V I Xt , You women and girls give us a call, when jnneed of millinery, silk and cotton hose, gloves, under wear, "corsets, umbrellas, neckwear, beipslt house dresses, aprons, middy blouses, nightgowns, v" ' waists, skirts, combs, patterns' trimmings;'dress goods, shoes, oxfords, etc, etc. I 'We sell Queen!Quality Shoes for Women. Call and see our Spring and Summer goods, in all lines. Our goods are new and and If you are .interested kHn merchandise at low prices, quality Goods' of Quality. considered, don't fail to call. up-to-date i t up-to-da- te Hsrdwick & Co V. STANTON, ICENTUGKY Wilt My Child Take Dr. King's New Discovery? T T y y y y y y NOTICE! CORN MEAL , . in a water .getting out. a newspaper,''! milt. Try it once and. you will ? we must ask all oursuh. always use it. For sale in Clay v seribers who are in arrepra"' J: KIRK; C. City by to pay up. Look at the date; and HENRY J; on your paper and if you-- X are in urrears send us Fifty " GEO .P. BURKE, uentH to uuvance u. Rosslyn, Ky. is nil ground meal meal I .manufacture the best corn My in. liastern Kentucky. J t Owing to the greatly creased cost of paper ink, and other material ucd uin-- Miss Muttio King, were here Sunday, attendjug chnrch. ivtid f i f. SHIM-J2ESSWAh-DRO- EI, N. t f.- - it CALLOWAY'S CREEK. Clay City Construction xCIay City, Ky, Contracting Co. This best nti8wer is Dr. King' New Dijeoverv itself. Its a pleas, Herbert Iloltiian of Pecks creek, ant swet syrup, easy to take. It were visiting'here Sunday. contains the medicines whiuh yearo The little daughtpr of Mr. and of expeiience have proven best for Mrs. Albert eij," who has been Coughs and Cold. Those who verv sick, is slowly improving. have used Dr. King's New Disr Rodney Whlfe and Miss Mary covery longest are its best friends. Stidhain, f iJjigksop, were the Besii'es every hottle is guaranteed. y If you dont get patisfnetion you gupst of Mrs,;Elmer, White, get your money back. Buy a and Sunday. bottle, use as directed. Keep Miss Bpttv.Bbwen. who has what ix left for Couuh and Cold Bolah Smyii, of Rosslyn, and Sit-ur.dn- ,job tod large-N- one Brick Layers.vNo too small Furnished Satisfaction Guaranteed Estimates 0 l:o Fanners are. lu.ost. done plantthis section, corn-iSeveral from here attended the tent ineetiric at Hurgett Sunday. Joe Witt, of Olark County, has returned homo nfter a week visit, with friends and relatives here. ing n w Bad To Have Tt-- 1 A Cola Hang Ob It1 . Don't r a o k yonr Hvstem and becomu ohronic when T)r. Bell's will help.yu. U heals tha 'iilliiminntinii, soothes the cough and ij'paeiiB the phlogro. Your 0. b,reath easier a;' one'. Dr. son Harry and family who are Honey is a luxative Tar sick, with the measles, .at their baloam heals Syrup, the pine home at Ironmound. ""the, raw. epols.looecns th muejiw awl prevent in itUoH ef the Pine-Tar-Hon- ey vwr c6ld haiiR on, Sunday. DellV-plne.T- ur Mrs. Green Kinser and little daughter, of North Fork, and Miss Bessie Gurry, of Fincnstle, Miss Lena darter and Nannie were guests ofMr8.,Jas. Holman Hamilton spentThursday evening Sunday ' J'"' ,s with Mioses, Nellie and Dara Mr. apd MrS.Jas, Holman, who Margison. visited their Bon.in.law, Charley F. Masters is with her Mrs, - Miss Sophia Be.nton, Russell Powell and Lewis W.jlsbh were guests- of Miss Lizzie Masters been teacliinn Hazard returned insurance. Inst week, nnFLisvisiting her sis. ier near Lexington'. WATCH FOUND. Farmers are. veryjiappy now, Found; Some time ago a a steady down?pnur hnving broladies watch was found at Natural ken a Efowiliglrought, bringing Bridge and owner can secure new life to cropland gardens. sumo by describing property and Mrs. Martha Spurlock, who was paying expenses. Apply to Wm. called to thedgath-be- d of her Swope, McCormick, K.y. brother.ln Iaw?sGreen Osborno of. Mt, Sterling, lfas returned hotne;; Scaled bids will bo received by the County Hoard of Education at the office of the County Superintendent until 10:30 a.m., June 3rd. 1010, for the erection of n school ImlldinK at the Wiiltersvillo Sub district. Specifications and all information arc now on file at the olllco of the County Superintendent and can be obtained by calling or writing to that ofliuu. Contrnct to be let to lowest and best bidder, the County Ilourd of Education reserving thu right to reject any or all bids. This the 22nd day of May. 1010. Kato S, rtohanunn, Chairman, 0. A. Conlee, Secretary. As to Argument "Ef argument could be depended on to settle everything," said Uncle Eben, "all dard be to a baseball game Is de 'cussIongvwM de umpire." Old Papers for Sale at The Times Office. ' McGuire, andJaa. Hammons, at tr Wrou-ial.tub- bottle of Dr. lU's i'iBTatvIIoHev to dad, iM giwranWod to help ye. At Justget . 30WEN. i .. i ' Jackson, reppia,. fine time up there. Jini .and. barley com plained. mu"h ?t the ligh cost of sugar, bulhejea and coffee, strawberries) eream and cake, Rev. 1. 1 i ShermaH Robbing -- ilia rtwuiar,aHiHJiMiiftNiJ fillM mm nvr a.i$ r v wre well tlilnoweet, OU sejoai) with some, ckyr . :.-". Mi Llly aad Bulak Igrawt Pajrs rvl at Tfao THORNHILL WAGONS Are Sold in Powell County by EATON & McGUIRE Clay City. Kentucky, J' V ( H. C. Faulkner, Lexiiiichcf-te- STANTON. (By P. Rev. , (X Derthick.) 0. Hanloy vasin ington, Friday. Miss Lillio Milton of was here Tuesday. r Mrs. Oolllo Davis, OlnV Oity, waswith home folks over Sunday Guy Frazier Cincinnati. on to Detroit. Charley Rice and Os Johnson left Thursday for Lexington to do some painting. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Catron vis ited with Mose Faulkner's folks left Sunday for lie will probably go at Bowen Sunday. Mrs. Nelson Blount was called to see her daughter, Mrs. Anna Melroy, at London, Ky. Mrs. Mattie 0,Rear of Oincin- natij'haa arrived for a visit to her fathar, Toby Anderson. Marion Atkinson' is in Detroi where he has a good position. He will probably not. teach this year Wm. Johnson was in Lexing ton one day last week on bus: ness. rr Misses Liilie and Maude Booue, Anna Clark, and Mrs. Robt. Oon lee, Win. Hardwick and the wri. ter, will attend the 18th District Sunday School convention at Jackson June 2nd to 4th. Miss Beatrice Blount left last Wednesday for Muskingdom Col lege in Ohio, which she will enter for the coming year. This is a flue school, we are told, and we wjsh Beatrice much success. . Herbert Jones left Thursday for his home in West. Wirginia He will not return' for schoo next year. SLADE. Stauder Snowdnn, of Lexing ton, was here visiting- - kin folks Mr. and Mrs.' John Ashlev and taking in Commencement, visited relutives here Sunday. last week. Born, to the wife of Ancil" MLsa Golden Shackelford is vis Centers, on Thursday May 25, iting in Nada for a few days and a fine daughter. ' will leave this week for her home Garth Bowen is out again after in Prry county. being copfined to for; Charley Jackson of .Cincinnati, some time with, measles. arrived Sunday .and will visit his Oaudill Bros, bought several mother, Mrs. John Jackson, be head of cattlefrn.m,. X.- H- - "Mo- fore returniugthome. Daniel "a' rrd-- ' George?- 'Forki'er Ben Be well of Jackson, accom last week. panied by Martel Crawford, came We had quite a hailstorm here down Tuesday for a visit with Sunday but so fur no damage has Wm. Hardwick and family. been reported. Tho rain- did n. Beginniug next Sunday, the lot of good. morning train will goon to Quick Miss. Maude Hanks, of South sand instead of Beattyville. This Fork, visited Miss Iva Ford Saturwille be good news to those who day and Sunday, and attended go beyoud Malouey. church here. H. 61. Washburn and wife, who W. B. Congleton lost n valuahave been visiting the former's ble mare shortly alter sister, Mrs. Martha Derthick, sho was put on pasture with her left Saturday for Versailles and colt at Millers Creek. other points in Mie State. MesdnmesEnza Stewart, Mollie the-house - Judge H. 0. Faulkner, whoso formal announcement os a candidate for the Republican nomination for Judge of the Court of Appeals, appears in this issue, is a typical mountain man. He wasborn in Whitoley county, Ky. in 1800, and moved with his (athei's family to Knox county in 1867, where he remained until 1915, when he moved to Hazard. He began the practice of law in Barbourville in 1885 and was County Superintendent of Schools in Knox county from 1886 to 1890, and Judge of the 27th Judicial District, comprising Knox, Laurel Clay, Jackson, Leslie and Owsley counties, from 1901 to 1000, ince which time he has been engaged in the practice of law. Judge Faulkner, by his experience on the bench has qualified himself legally for the high office he aspires to and his many friends, who know him personally, can vouch for his integrity and fair ness in both, public and private life. No man in the district is bettpr qualified for a place on the Court of Appeals benchand, if elected, he will be a credit not otily to himself, but to the dis trict from which he is sent. m i ri itu i Lex-ington, Firs. W. J. nouhtz Miss Lnln DVrek8.in, of spent, Stjftday with rela- tives here. , , Mr. and Mr8fCF?Tomlin86nr of Nada, spent' Sua'tlay 'With-WJohnson and' familyt - ' NOTIONS, MILLINERY, CORSEf S, ' HOSIERY, NATIONAL DRESS GOODS SAMPLES Hats Trimmed and Dyed TV Order 'r Henry Town'iteiid of. Radical uear Leo coonty'waa, here- oii business overFrSiayVnight - las? weeK. Stock New and I'RIOES Up-to-dat- e. REASONABLE i3gg Cell and see the New Styles in Hats The Clay OityClnsffucti6n Co. built the now jabimnieV In' the renovated resiSeRce; of Mr. Wal-- " dron, in Mecliamejiv-Mle-' Granville Crabtie, living near Fitchburg, .camJhsWri Saturdays evening 'to be. with his mother, Mrs. Coxj in STANTON ; COLLEGE, KY. Jierwkhess. Mrs. ty. T.'dhmB returned Thursday fromvAlatyamay where,, she was w.eeks ago called-aTew- STANTON, Students Admitted at Any Time . by was the death ,f,"e5irother. She accompanied;., little Irma Russell. r-n' "n One of the Best Schools in Kentucky. Courses In Agriculture and Domestic Science. Review, Classes in the Common Branche will The an interesting: meeting P.ughers'lrnericn, whiohi-enderstand',- had, Friday be Conducted throughout night at some : the Term. new members were initial They ufejutB' strong her ated. paying part of their Expenses in Work,. Students may ge ?y Rates at .the Dormitory as low as $1 5b per Week. Magistrate new memher'fltfiriscai Cpjart took hifrseat iast'Saturday wififj that body, MrzVpj is "a ete&en and thefl people ni niB .iwiHi irnouu w,iu will bo weUrrji0ted. . public-spirited RoftPennis,, jhe: For Information Write to fM Rey.,J. C. Hfenley Stanton, Ky. BpHHBHHIHHHHHH rodent, nwrir rUULn if. Soma.Stan'tn-'Be3. 6f hog8'i(J... . solCa 8r -- - ;me.nt. VtIJlianM,- -, Jeff, Martjn',. J,. S,.'Kmenj,aud rl. 'Fulerv The 4.02 head, ayeragedj abnut--20pqundseacjh an$ w,er , in good. shape.. p .j.f, re, Jfbhh i i'" I King Emerald Chief 4396 Kwg,Eaer&k! 0oei, make the enuaig at the stable J, r. voaege, at me lowpnceor icin rAI ..II y.. ramcic.near otanton w31 season . of ' - It r M kI uvi-LAR- S - last-wee-k Bob Storie is doing some paper ing at Iluniey's this week. He sure knows how to do the work. He atid Jim Stone are also paint ing the house of Mrs. Williams, whore Prof, Hanson now lives. The new depot will be started soon. Plans are being made for location. its It will set farther back from the track and a All will Do taaue at tue duck so tnat a new driveway can be made for Lawsou and Maggie Nicholls, of many friends are glad.topee them Nada, visited Mrs. Minnie Fork-ne- r settle here. They aretdonneiled one day last week. in the Thos. Edge proMlPfy in fhe Rev. L. F. Martin, of Clay City, East End. preached several good sermons at the church here, and there is To Run Excursion. talk of calling him for u year. He alrto preached at Tintowu A movement is on' fo to.have Sunduy afternoon. an excursion to NnVttrHl'rBridge Cephas Fletcher was shaking ' hands with friends here last by the Sunday SowtM of the. week. Mr. Fletcher has- been county, aMl tne evewiwill JiKeiy living in Tennessee for some take place about Jjiie 10, al- i Rev, Olco; Purvisandi Mrs. furvis aVrjved in' to.w.R' ?ri(ky night after a hpneymon Jr(P'.-toCincinnati' and ntlier 'points following their niarriagia'JRj&li-monlast" Wednesday); HlT. an'd Mrs. Purvis receivedvaarm welcome tojOlay Cityafad; their - - fr . . Tt d Id ksure a living cok. Km Emerald ts a soa of Emerald Chief, of World's Fair fame. hands and is a beauty. Why sead your mares to Clark He stands cht Montgomery when you have a horse at home, second, to none in Kentucky? He is a half brother to Emerald BeV. that sold for $ 1 250, and thw 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, ai a four-year 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 Insnrea Living Colt. J. C. Patrick, s Stanton, Ky. j - - time but is moving to Arkansas, where he will engage in the . timber business with B. McGloue and others. Sunday Services would m&Ki'iAtt ideal folks outing for both the and the old, and wntfjJtdraw a large crowd. GetJ&ljwl this move and help cursiou though the date haetUee)) untflly settled yet, tmm anT.ex. yeg I I I I I I A Square Deal, We aim to 1 1 tliJAwittee treat our oustomers in ,the .J handling trafic. Beatty Lutes, of Covington, was here this week in the interest of Normal School work, but owing to the heavy rains Monday he went. on to Beattyville till the He taught weather clears up. school 'at Beattyville for several years, and ia a fine young man. Continued on 'page .), During June, July and Atiguat, the out. S:." Sunday School of the Presbyterian church will bo held at 0:30 a.m., and the preaching eerylco at 10:90 a m., Cleir Skin Cornea PiHrW)tMA every Sunday. A Twilight Service will eaa It is foolish to tWM::2 be held at the school-hous- e of the Orphans' Howe every Sunday evening gain a good clear at 8:00 p.m. A cordial. Invitation Is we use or lace po extended to all. the root or the tn best possible manner and to give them 1 1 5 Our Stock: is clean and fresh, and our price are osghly etaaae the Lockhart & Goodwin, DENTISTS OFFICES QlAY OUT OAMPl'ON lr U. 1 yer irtg(j: 1 treatment of Dr. K Pills. Gentle awl' do ( MMi i liver, by Qoed fer xURg, ,i 1 JUWJ J. mmlBSjiA. u Go after a rifhtv , OiVe m a trjal, titr yt 3mm Henry . NVALTERSVIL4JE, WalclPQii BrfTUpKV I I I I 1 Iff.- . "3mWs r.