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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): June 8, 1916 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1916 cla1916060801_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.): June 8, 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. Burgfcer Ja 0 Baii V , J' C LA We TIMES vd tartarves. PUBLISHED EVERY THURMAY. M, P. O'MARA, r Editor ar. Here ta Hafa Way Ml?', the Surrewidino Country VOL XXI. CLAY CITX . Xr.,rinSDA.Y. ANTON. 0. Derthick.) was in JUNE 8 J9I6. NO. 23, 'Teachers tor City School ...At heir meeting Friday night '. 'the'Town Board selected iMr. ani Mrs.'T. A. Christopher aa princi-- " pul mid primary teacher, respectively, and O. L, Smith as fir4 assistant, Mr. Christopher hai taught 'the last three years at Irvine, and comes here with spreii. Ji4 recommendations, and Mrs. Christopher fs also spoken very .'highly of as a primary teacher. Mr. Smith is well known here, .'," having taught in the bounty , s'himls for several years past. -- Assessment Figures A few fat; bake up those pies, cakes Work Commences and other good things and bring along your smiles and good cheer I on County Pikes. The long awaited pikes are getting I days ago the State Board of, Equalisation eoniplctedjtt lalor and filed' WWr 6or..SlaJey,areort showing the equalized value of tho prop ertf. In this State for assessment in' last'w imjmflM. The totat value of' the Georgr; preperty eeftified to the Board. was Oity'oM: fe2,e6s;o. over tho figarea certified to 678se,a, making an increase of Breathitt here and surveying out tho routes nearer to a reality each day. At a business meeting of tho Commissioners a for the new roads that are to be days ago they selected Mr. Walterfen E. rickBoo wnB in Clay built. It seems that the route Howe, Dean of the Engineering Dept. last week. that is being selected is not going of State University, Lexington, as the The good roads engineers are Two Grs. Burgher was all smiles J. "Tuesday. .morning over the arrival rst't his home late Monday night, ; tiljS pretty 10J pound baby girl. She Has been 'named Maeonia. II. G. Crabtree is also stepping high as th result of a visit of the stork, who left an girl at his place in the email hours Tuesday morning. eight-pound - - Carnival Here, Valleyview Amusement which is making a week Oo.f c stand bere under the auspices of the Olay City band, einae ia The - the Auditor. The assessment of 90 counties was accepted without change, aad in &i counties raises were made ranging from two per cent to thirty-fiv- e per cent. Nineteen counties accepted! the change without protest and, sixty-fiv- e counties had witnesses to e appear-beforthe Board. The road tax amounts to $1,488,310.96 which is ten per cent- - of the amount of State tax.. In this report the members of tha Board enclose a circular.letter whlel) they hare taken the liberty, to send to k the assessors of tho various counties, iastruetiag them to make tho 1918 asaeMnicBt in compliance with the law. The report says that before, an assessor, can receive his pay he must appear Knox, at aunt the County Judge and take an Nada fttMmut two weeks. oath provided in flection 4071 of. the" KyvStatutea. that all of tho property JMrs. ti&iUa Jackson went to la the county has been assessed at Its WiBchyrWedne3day to see her fair cash value. Porter, who is very "The tax laws are sufficient' says the report, "if enforced uniformly-throuKhou- t HeoryHorris continues y.ory the State to produce "all the revenues to support tlie cityrcolin-- , sjckl Settees were held at bis tr and state governments at a tar horjse Sm&i,' and he made the rata sajach lower than the present rate'. goodcdfiMswo'n. This" wiforta assessmeat can be. obtained ealy. throagH; the . oltht assessors.'' F ams, who has been to please some of us, but we will haver to remember that everyral days, is better. alobfr body in Powell cannot be pleasffs. mm(Lee's narents have ed. It would be a crooked road, Bsoyed fatsihe Dave Lucas propindeed, if it went where all tho erty; people along the route wanted 'Mrs. Mtired Bennett has a it. But they aro surveying the bratid'fieWvbaby, which arrived route so a to get the best grade SatHrdayfBit. and be out of water tide mark Lot everywas visiting tier as much as possible. LoiS'Jtutun 6fothe"lNada last week, re body get behind and boost and don't be a knocker. Lord knows tfcfBilaMrday. we need the roads bad of the Home at that enough without anyone making for CliiyiCitWs: going This is the time to trouble. FrofBftttey this summer. show your patriotism and stand ;. Mary4tDtuel is. visiting her by these men who are selecting ygldoJirs to-wor- 'sa&fc be-fe- re- 2Lawrence qneb,I, the best route. The Thirteenth District Sunday School Convention, just held at Jackson, was tne best ever held At most of the services there. there were this being especially true on Saturday night and Sunday. Powell county sent the most delegates, those who went being Rev. Cleo wife, Qlay City ; Buford BVjiaghM Mill; MiBses4An- fine-crowds, Pur-vis-an- County Engineer and he commenced work this week, a road being located from Stanton to Bowen. It is understood that this road will be built on the opposite side of tho railroad from where it is at present, owing to the fact that some of the landowners along the line of the old rdad want damages for any land taken to straighten tho road. On the newly selected route tho owners of property have expressed wlfflngness to give any land necessary to make a straight rood and this route will also eliminate the dangerous Welch crossing. The engineer is to receive thirty dollars a milo for surveying the route where it follows the old roada and thirty-fiv- o dollars a mile where it follows, a new route, and will furnish all his own help. their Another Good Well Brought In A fifty-barr- el oil well was head-waters 3Wejsj ; wir - IKHBSMm teMMp-aft:"My- : xoept Ike F, Jjfi iTb" ratet aBd equathbarden - O. H. Boyer, of Sullivan, Ind., is thinking of shipping a carload of horses and. buggies hero to start a livery barn. Mr. Boyer is au extensive oil producer, aud he says that Clay City is by far W : CHRISTIAN ENDEAVORthe best place for. the oil men to come to in order to reach the Suuday Night, June 11. Held with the greatest- - ease, and, Leader, Miss Myrtle Moore. Subject, "The Will and The he believes it .will not be long until this town has- - a regular way." boom if a few moro good wells 4th of July B :ripture Reading, Phil. 4 ; will be Preaching service immediately are-- brought iu sear bere, as imported r exercises seems probable. held. Announcements later. after the program. 28-31-1-3. the coippany seenj to be a very agreeable lQt, much, better than the average carnival company and they are haying goog .crowds. The minstrel show is said to" be better llnu common and there is a full tent at every performance. They will close their engagement hero .Saturday .night. on his property at run, owing to the lack of lights, ita fafr cash value as is required, by ed the first uight. The .members of law. sess Tsv.ory-perso- tion of taxa me assessors io as bisbrotheroiaiilr, Morgan Lyle Mm.liwlWelcb, Her' siste-r-, by her itwb'iiephews-,- . accompaniIS, yisi Mrs. Brownlaw ng Thompson, wee'k at. Beattyvilie, this New Business Romulus Jackson has been dangerously il; with an attack-oindigestion.. He woe taken Thursday and hia life dispaired of but now is much better. There will bo' a meeting of the officers of tho Powell County Sunday School Association at the wrlter, Friday, 16th to get ready for the County Cobven'tion to be held at Olay pity Jnly 0. There will be a great temperance rally held, at Stanton the f apd-othe- STANTON "COLLEGE, STANTON, Students Admitted KY. John Patrick of Jackson was here last week looking af ter his oil interests. He is expecting to have a' drill oq .Hatfon creek this week and here's hoping a good w&lVisfoand. Mrs. MyrtU Harcum and her children aad.ker sister and two ' children, of Oranicp, Y. Va. Have, bee visiting their mother Mrs. VaBce aotoss the river. They brought in a few days ago on the Steve Chaney farm on the of Hardwicks Creek, eight miles east of here. This farm is partly in Estill and partly in Powell couaty, .aad,,6a?,wMl tonlya'fowjfeot over the line, on. Hattie Hardwlck, Walter hack the Powell side. The Ohaney er, and the writer. After hold- place is part of a tract bought ing the office of President for five years ago by Frank B. years, the writer asked to be re- fourteen Russell at forty cents an acre leased, and Rev. W. S. Itvin of and later sold by him to the Jackson was elected; aud Mrs. present owners at $2.50 an acre. Robt. Conlee, who has been Sec- To show the increase in value, retary same length of fime, was Mr. Uhaney was offered $6,000 released at her request and.Miss for the quarter acre containing Nancy Maple, of Hazel Green, the well, but refused it. Mr. elected in her place. Russell was present at tho bringing in of the well. Freight Wreck. B. A. Bonniville is sinking u well on the S. G. Baker farm and The local freight running east is making good progress, while was wrecked at a point between the machine of Heien & SherL. & E. Jet. and Mistletoe Wed- man is due to strike the Band in nesday morning, the entire train a day or so on the Clark: farm. and engine being turned over. We hope to have good reports The fireman, O. L. Stevens, was from both theBO wolls for next pinned under the engine, but was week. only slightly injured, although it required over an hour's work to "Stringbeans", the colored release him. The train was in charge of Conductor Burnett and slaok wire artist with the Carnival Engineer Lancaster. The tract Company, draws a good crowd to waB not cleared up at a late hour every performance and is a pretty good performer. Wednesday. d f 4' -V at Any Time Oije of the Best Schools in Kentucky, Courses in Agriculture and Domestic Science. Review CUtses ra the Comroen Braachss will be Ceaduded thraaghotit S, . ike Tsfsa. retarrie4rlwe Wednesday, rt firs. W. J. flountz NOTIONS, MILLINERY, CORSETS, HOSIERY, NATIONAL DRESS GOODS SAMPLES Hats TriatMwi and pyed Te Order Mrs. Bobt. CobIm had the mis-fow..to losT a Wat Ifty chickens w Wle atteadlag the S, 8. Con-awiti- at Jackson last week, P' Mym'ptt T'Ra ', Wotk, SukW nay ge of tWr ExpMs DbnaiVeiy as low as $1.5 o pr WmL. tke For IafoniMboli Write to r ijwrie Jiogs got in and devoured tham. They ware taa size, mak-ia- g it a great M:tq kar. , ' Rcy. J. C Hanley, Picc$ident. SUntoa is askad t6 joia with aay City in a'Saaday Solool pic-a- k at'lfataral JkW Jaa 17th. ritig is tk tkiH todol tiaie, a ail gp. aad ,kva a a oay aau Ur troaataa ' Stock New and PRICES CaM Up-to-dat- e. REASONABLE and m tkf Ntw Stylu m Hals atjrrj. 1 iliMt ir thai act ft THE I Parson A.W. Dafis, wHo'Wl f Church at Midway Says He1". Is Glad to Endorse Tanlac "I suffered intensly jr r t B " ' JO"" A .Democratic Newspaper CHEVROLET A Ral Automobile. - 'iwry Eighteen Years Old The Best Weekly In this Section. M. P. O'Mara ; ler at tho Post Office at Clay City, Upper street, Lexington. "I felt better in a few- days jvy., under the Act of Congress of after taking it. I rested better March 3, 1879. at night and noticed that the pains left my back. I now have PAPER- A HOME-MAa good appetite, too. "I believe Tanlac will do what THURSDAY, JUNE. 8. 1910 it is recommended to do." The enormous sales of Tanlac mean but one thing and that is ANNOUNCEMENTS merit. It is what the neighbors say. that count a njost after all. Wo are authorized to announco One bottle, of Tanlac is sold in a G. W. GOUHLEY neighborhood through adverts, of Bcnttyvillo, Lee CountyTy., iug, but ten more are sold after as a candidate for Judge of the Court of Appeals for the Seventh Appeht.o Dis the first bottle produces results. trict or Kentucky, subject to the notion People are always willing to of the Republican party at the primary election to bo held Augusts, 1916. tell their ailments, but they are more than willing; to tell others of any medicine that helps tliem. We are authorized to announco It is somethir.g.t hey .can't keep ROSCOE VANOVEU of Pike county, ns a enndidnto for to themselves because of the imJudge of the Court of Appeals for tho pulse to sympathize with fellow Seventh District of Kentucky, subject to action of the Republican party at sufferers and to want to help the primary, August 5th, 1910. them is one of the strongest, as well as, one of the biggest things AVe are authorized to announce in human nature. SIMEON 3. WILLIS Tanlac nida . digestion,, of Boyd county, as a candidate for healthy refreshing sleep Judge of he Court of Appeals in the and strengthens the nerves.. Seventh Appellate District, subject to the voto of tho Republicans in the Tanlac is being specially intni primary, Saturdny, August 5, 1016. duced in Olay City tit Eaton & AlcUuire s store DE pro-mot- Entered as second-clas- s with a lame back, my blood ciculation was Editor poor and I could not rest Well at night," said Mr. A. W. Davif, mail mat minister, who lives at lOL.tiorlh Railroad "Will Clean tip1'Right of Way . ed UoadmnsterBurrcll Akers, has orders from Officials of the rond to have tno'rifcht-or-wn- y all.cleaned up and h6 iff 'having his' men clear away, ail tho rubbish and wcqds along tho tine. Ho has called the attention of the town authorities to the fact that y the .'pr some distance) along the line rjn tlic Eastern end of town, toward tho bridge, has been Used for somo timo ns a'duniplng ground for all kinds of rubbish and filth, and has notified them that'll must be stepped. Any one found in future placing any .., inisji uriiiiu uruuy Kimi . i,. win inure ..'.fit uu prosecuted by thuiallroad official:).' right-of-waf Five Passenger equipped with Self-Start- er and electric lighting system. 35 H. P. Engine, weight 1750 pounds. F. Does Sloan's Liniment Help Rheumatism? Ask the man' mvJio uses it, he knows. "To think I suffered nil these y'eH rs wh'en'btie 25c battle ttf Sloan's L i n i;nVe n t cured me," write one grateful ustr If you have. JiheunratjPiii; or fiufferfroijf Neuralgia, UaekutdK', Soreness and Stiff nesfl,. donVSp'ui' off getting 'il will givjycu bottle of SIoatitH.-iJI- l such welcome rol'ef. If varnis 0. 0. B. Factory, ' ' $550.00 " ,.V' Seven Passenger Baby Grand Touring Car, 2400 pounds F. ' s v B. Factory, $750.00 E. H. FULLER, Agent For Powell. County, STANTON. KY. and HitiihetheTjforK stiff gainful places and youv.feel so much oeitVr. Buy it at any Druatore, only 25' ... 1 " . - WHEN YOI LiWANT TATD, flTTT II H We arc authorized to announco Tallin B H.,0. FAULKNER of Perry County, as a candidate for Stanton a.t Hard wick & Oo.j kludge of the Court of Appeals indlie Seventh Appellate District of Kentucky Bdweii, Day- - '& king ;' ()oliege subject to the adtion of the Republican Hill, Gin ter Bros. j TinnTnt, J. party at the Primary Election to bo held Aug. 5th, 1016. Taylor Day; Irfine, Irvine J3ru Oo. ; Genet, Genet Gusli Store: -- nfaymll Tf "': ' .; .r J J Ai f : . hi ' TONSOR1 GAUi ON Hf Hi BHERIGO. , JusKliYpix'a;litle. bit jless! , ara nnt - : ; I Vnn f "P. A P TJTNiT-- on im rnrf ant- - ' f 0WELL & JACKS0K The selection of. Senator Ollie Waltersvtlle, Henry Waldroiu James as permanent chairman of the Democratic convention at St, Louis, meets with tho genera) the military camp at Fort Ogleapproval of all members of the thorpe, Ga.f and during his ab party in this section. Senator sence one of the members of the James is recognized us being the council was appointed mayor 'proper man to fill this important pro (em. .His action nut suiting place and no better could be some of the members a special meeting was called while the selected. "pro tern" was nut of town, and It is almost assured that Con- the action of the .council tit the gressman J. C. Oantrill will not first meeting was nnuuled. Sev: eral other minor deferences also have any opposition in the party at the next elec- came up and it requhedjhe time tion,, although ' it is announced of almost the entire session last that the llepublican party will week to get matters straightened havo a candidate in the field. up again by Mayor Mutlaek. During his term of cilice Mr. With the members wrangling Oantrill has so complied with tho among themselves little business wishes of his party and attuined of value cau.be done hut the such prominence, in national af- people have to foot t he bill. fairs that the few Democrats who do not favor his, being rtjelcted realize the uselessneB8 of putting out a candidate against him, and the Kepublicau opposition will Dam-ocra'ti- Writers of iill Kinds of Fire, Life, Tnrnado, Lightning and Hall Insur-- j ance.. Wc are also agents for the Illinois Surety Company;antl-ar- e prepared to do. a general Bonding ness. busi- It's SAVINGS that Ebake for success. ' ' '' 1 Clay City National Bank PAYS 3 PER uENT INTEREST ON SAVINGS . P0WELL.& Sam W. Powell Winchester ,N JACXS0N Llhvllle Jackson Kentucky Office in Court House. ... r J' . c THE WINOHES1. jSR BANK, of Vinchcstcr, Ky, $100,000 Capital Stock Surplus and Undivided " Profits $200,000 N. Ilolly "Witherspwoni President W. It. Sphav Cashier. YOUR ACCOUNTVSOLICITED. t ' CLEANING I S AND DRESSING. : Saved Girl's Life have ceived from the use of Tliedford's writes Mrs. Sylvanla Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky. "It certainly has no equal for; la grippe, bad colds, liver and stomach troubles. I firmly believe ht saved niy' little" girl's life. When-- ' she had the measles, they went In on "her, but. one good dose of Tliedford's made them br&k out, and she has had no more trouble. I shall never be without 1 "I want to tell you what wonderful benefit Black-Draugh- t," I re- For Oood UarbrlH;ATry inated, Mr. Brandies some .months Office, Main Street, Winchester, Ky. ago, and throughout the bitter A. P. Johrwdnr campaign has.sfood right behind TREES. In the old stand, Het?te Ut Red hiip', even when it seemed, that trees, ana "Ornamental Fruit River Itatgffi' ,1 thf Seite would return an adverse verdict. .Mr. Brntidoli is Shrubs, Qrnpo Vines, Rhubarb, As- ShamMeing and ScaJTrtmHt the firt Jew to be n member of paragus, Peonies, Pblox, Roses, etc. ( i EVERY- THING ' FOROJICIURU. tne b ti pre in e uourt,Blank dccdn ft LAWN AND OARDKN, The peopje of Winchester are FREE CATALOQS certainly, having a time with their NO AGKNTS n. P. Ililtonmeyer & 8eM. city council. Heceutly 'Mayor Advertise Mntlack took it vacittion tonttund LexisftOH, Ky. " . - Senate. Real Estate and Insurance. We Buy and Sell Farm and City After one of the nost hitter Property of all kinds! We have some fights in history the .nomination 'nice' farms in" Clark and adjoining of Louis E. Brandies tn succeed counties for sale or rent. Write us the lute Judge J,. R. Lnniur on what you want. t the. Supreme Court bench, was We write all kinds of insurance. confirmed a few days ago by tho TRACY AND ST0KELY. Wilson nombe only half-hearte- am ready to dp'yeur-Clea- n ing Pressing. 'Isiied wcrk m Black-Draug- guaranteed and characs'reason-able- , Orders left, ylthj., Blocm. Black-Draug- ht will receive prpmpt,(attwt,tl8n., JAMESvWlLLIAKS. President BLack-draugH- T; home.' For constipation, Indigestion, headache, dizzmalaria, chills and fever, biliousness, and all similar iness, ailments, Thedfcxd's has proved itself a safe,, reliable, gentle vaUubk rwntedy. If you suffif from aHy of these complaints, fry It is a msdicine of 'known merit Seventy-fjv- e In my Black-Draught- ad .frili. J'? young and old. Vot sate everywhere. '' Black-Draug- ht. Price 25 cents. a (D T' V 3? PS- . Har(fariefcf& Company ? f 4 ' Sole Agents for , Querik Quality and Walk-Ov- er Shoes shoes-pret- ty, shoes combine style, comfort and quality, and dadly fitting, clumsy looking shoes' Walk-.Ove- r Queen Quality dainty, stylish, t f t y y y T spoil the looks of many""an oti herwise WALK-OVER vc 1 1 dressed . man; shoes look well, well. Ask those wear well, feel ;'..3:Bou t them andknow them. try a pair and who wear them Or better still; learn why they are so popular. "The proof' of the pudding is the."eating thereof;" We have them J in die new and also in th'e staple styles in- - both lowcuts ' and regular shoes. '. comfortable, serviceable shoes. If you have never worn Queen Quality shoes try them and learn why they are the most popular of all womens' shoes. We have the new and popular Spring and Summer styles in ox fords and pumps, also the staple Styles in oxfords as well as the new and staple styles in boots If we haven't what you (regullar shoes.) want will get it, as there are hundreds of Queen Quality styles in our big catalogue to select from. t f y y y T X X t y y Remember that we also handle Hart Schaffner &Marx and Matchless Brand clothing,. Stetson and Astor Brand hats. caps. Arrow Brand shirts and collars, neckwear, silk and cotton hose and sox, miilinery, underwear, J. J. C. and American, Beauty corsets, umbrellas, house, dresses, middy blouses, skirts, night gowns. Pictorial Review patterns; dress goods, trimmings, trunks, suit cases, "o'ilcarpets mattings, rugs springs beds cots mattresses chairs rockers safes sewing machines wallpaper diningand center tables and oil and wood cook stoves. f V I s; t y bats & gloves, saddles, harness, hardware patent medeoines-ifact we keep as near as possible every thing every one needs. If you are merchandise of quality at low prices, xuality considered, give us a call. interested in new, queens-ware.grocerie- We also have mowers, hay rakes, Bain wagons, bass balls, n up-to-da- te t y y y Hardwick CORN JMEAL I manufacture the, best corn My meal in Eastern Kentucky. ground in a water meal is all . frSo SLADE. "? STANTON, KENTUCKY .r & f J t f y t mill. Try it once and you will always use it. For sale in Clay City by T. J. KIRK, C. and HENRY SHIM-FRSSKWAL-DROI, t t f t- - J ' ' Oivini" tn tlip urputlv' in- ' creased cost of paper, ink, mid other nmteriuj lived hi irettinj! out n ..newspaper, wu must imk all our Rub. serlbcrs who are in arroirs to uuy up. LooU at the date on your paper and if you are in arrears send us Fifty t W: B. OoAiildtpn went to Win Chester Saturday on business. Edtjar Wilburn Akers arc confined with measles. and Knscoeto their beds Co. :ave per cent - GEO .P. BURKE, Rosslyn, Ky. Cents t(f advance it. f The Brodhead-Garro- tt its employees a ten raise lust week. Clay City Construction Clay Cky, Ky. Brick ne Co. Sunday Services ' Mrs. Matilda Trimble visited her brother Vt It. Cutron at Stanton, last week. Contracting job too 1 Layers.-- N large-No- too small Furnished o Estimates During Juno, July and August, the Sunday School of the Presbyterian church will ho. held at 0:80 a.m., und fie preaching serviro nt 10:30 a every Sunday. A Twilight Service will be held at the schooMiouso of the Orphans' Home every Sunday evening nt 0:00 Km. A cardial invitation is extended to all. Ernest Faulkner visited family of Rev. L'F. Martin Clay City, last Wednesday. the at Miss Ella Conleton of Lexington visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Uongjoton, last week. : road any better. the Sam Wright farm on the river above Kona and on the face of The W. C.,T. U. of Nada had a picnic - at Natural Bridge last, tl,eli,ie mountain. . Hie company 1. t il. j,u-- ft w e" f u. Ul ' Thursday and u bountiful dinner! l)iUa was spread before going on the iVOIlll. litis was iiuliv uia y,uim. hiil. In the afternoon the young poplar tree of the State, Mounfolks played game.') and sang pro- tain Eagle. Ice cream and hibition songs. cakes were served at noon, and $11,000 in Debt. pictures of the crowd were taken. An 'enjoyable dav was The report made to the Fiscal Court spent, tho like of which wo hope lust week showing tho financial condi- Wo ,tIon.of the county, indicated tiiat we uiany more times to spend wish we could get more 0f our are in debt on outstanding warranto to . . the amount of nearly $11,000, and it Is citizens interested in this impor- - quUo probubi0 that thocourtwm make taut question of gottiug whisky arrangemonts to have these warrants out of our county, stato and na. .taken up by bonding them all to one tion, for it is the Supremo Curse, party. " -- Will My Child Take Satisfaction Guaranteed Dad To Have A Cold Hang On vur cold hang on. system and become raok yonr ohroiiic when Ir. Bell's Pino-Tr- tr IldnBy will help you. It heals thojiillmnmnl ion, soothes the icuglv andf loosens the phegw.J xeur. Djm't 1,-- t WrenOi eitHinr at oneo. DrftBIl'i1-Pln- Ttir'IIoney is a JnxaWe balsam 'heals Syrup, the plnu thrrnw spots, hwens llo,w"gp'J" lUiq'.prQv.entsfiniwiiuii ui iu tubes Just net tf' b'nttUFof tr tr e uru-j-tihi- DrBell'a l'ine.TBi. it8viUifftnted dr'jfpttsti. AOverthw' la aV Honey , Todad, , - to help you. At Tbe.T"9 'p- Cleir Skin Comes From Within It is foolish tp think you can gain u good clear complexion by the U90 of faee powder. Get at the root of the trouble and thoroughly uleause the system with a treatment of Dr. King's New Life Pills. Gentle and mild in action, do no jripe. yet they itlieve the, .Furnace, drilled by htm and Mr. hvapbyitheir action on the bowels.' ;Welburh. uoou lor xoung, huuiui aim ageu. . We hope the road commisGo after a clear complexion sioners will visit this end of the i5e. at your dreiat. eouoty befqre the 140,000 is all spent audBea the vendition of We simply 'ave road' up here. road 1 from Blade to Oamptcoi & Qoodwln, bo Lockhart and h ts ' Jet, ; only the creek' bed to'travel sometimes imposetble ! OFFICES ' it. Politicians have made, us a Hfi QAMPTON . CLAY OiTY ' 'lyla tMie efithem evaK made the el to-da. Mrs. Lena Drake and little daughter Mary, of Itosslyu, are visiting frjeuds and relatives here Mrs. J, A. Boyeu Ja,Berioii8ly sick. Drs.rLeiuming and M. h Knox are treating her, and it is hoped she will soonhe well again John Wynn visited his family He here Saturday and Sunday. well "near Old reports a lir. Klns'a New Discovery? This best answer is Dr. King' NewDijeoverv itself. Its a pleas ant sweet syrup, easy to take. It contains the medicines which years of experience have proven best for Coughs and Colds. Those who have used Dr. King's New Discovery longest are its best friends. Besides every bottle is guaranteed. If you dont get satisfaction you cet vour monny back. Buy a bottle, use as directed. Keep what is left for Cough and Cold insurance. "ft ,15 For the CMdmi Asiie.olJ fashioned remidy forvrorms. cu." GIANT POPLAR TREE. At Kona, Monday the Ooeburn Lumber Company loaded shipping a single poplar tree that contained 12,065 feet of first grade lumber and over 5,000, feet of other grades. It was cut from lrt nvM ail - Ke FrUVS VEiMU Ux-ic-vi oF.ii )uo. (till UL. 25c. Kiw.l n! th It U., kU&coMlu;i DENTISTS for CKtJ'V'U r il uiibkVrcan t miUy m. ivj Ui noui .id 25c u Hutu (Mi w a ICIHl ,oi bot i UaiU i r m JurA of - - j- prwi Jt E. m. S. FREY.v BALTIMORE. MD. 5 . 0j t'l-,- - S. if - J .; 1 N0TICE1 r J v. rocAi S. V, Lnrison .A was iu Stanton Scaled bldg will bo received by tho County Hoard of Education at tho office of tho County Superintendent on Juno Hth. 1916, until 10:90 A. M;,' for tho erection of a school building at Blade For particulars call on or writo the County SuperinSub-distri- :'Why Wot Face tKe Facts Ajbout Armor Competition? .ToihePmle: Tlie"biicyj,orthe United State Go'vcrnrhentfor many years has ma'de real competition hi. '' Govmubeat rnlgkt hare aeked the three armor plants for bids and let the entire i wwinago t the .lowest bidder. That would have made competition effective. - ;' t result ef wch Vceure.woild Jiave been' to drive two of the three manu-cturct- B "out Joi buwaeee, and leave the country with facilities of only 'one . Si& fiknt in time of need. , 1 Bulletin No. 3 Monday night. tendent. took in the circus at Lexington Tuesday. Gardner Shimtessel left Mou-. Contract to bo let to lowest and best Dehart, of Stanton, waB bidder, tho Board reserving the right Dock tonreject any or all bids. hero Tuesday on business. This the 6th. day of June, 1016. Kate 8. Bohannan, Chairman, Quito a number from here 0. A. Conleo, Sec. Detectives Wanted ' .VliMJ -- The undersigned Agency will consider applications fur memGreen Reynolds, of Irvine spent bership from certain localities in r CrimW.e a. couple of days here this week Kentucky. Reynolds. inals, Collect Names, and Ad with his brother, Carter dresses of Farmers &c. Collect TilfordAbner, of Stanton, was debts and furnish commercial redown Tuesday and paid us a ports to business concerns. We pleasant, call to renew his sub- pay' salary and fees. For full scription. particulars write. Va. & Tenn. Detective Agency. Miss Esther SearUs, who has Incorporated, been- attending school at Birming, Bristol, Tenn.-Vham, Ala., arrived home this ' 23-St Mahoney Building. week fur the summer. look-aftea. day for Lexington, to resume his work there. le , The Government in fact has always asked for bids fromffr; the three .manufacturers, but no matter what the price ". quoted, each year's business was divided among them Armett-BMilte- serre but one customer the Government, just as a public utility cus'teraerV community. ervei;Iitjtoe rt: The oltttiea of the public HtUity problem regulation of rates. -- - - t :r The aehitkm ef the armor problem ia for the Government to fit the price; "We Rowan County is to vote Jane with the Pearsite months,, left Sunday for BirmingMis Mabel R. Ewen, daughter ham, ala., where he has secured of Mr. J. S. Ewen "and one of a position. Powell County's best teachers, but. who now teaches nt Columbia W. J. Mountz is preparing for Ky,, is at home for the summer.. the hot weather by screening his porches. He is also improving At a meeting of the Board of the 'appearance of the building Trustees, of Stanton G'r a d e d with a coat of paint. Schoo- l- di8trict",MiPMO; Atkinson and- - Bert'CroWwere 'Some of bur correspondents employ ed-tteach the school for b.iv.e,been neglecting" The Times the' " " ensuing year. Send us iu a good letter lately. Miss Lilly Knox of B 0 w o n and have it' reach this office by Tuesday at the latest, although graduates at Eastern Kentucky Monday is better. State. Normal School ou next Friday June Oth , having taken O. 0. Fletcher, who lias been the .life certificate course. She living in Tennessee for some time, is also a graduate, of tho Domeshus.moved to Arkansas aud will tic Science Department, of that engage in the timber business Institution. with!his partner, "E. B. McGlone. Mr.' Fletcher is well known here, and keeps in touch with Powell Teachers Selected county- byTeading'fhe Times. .. The trustees of Powell county The many friends here of S. H. met in their respective EducaLi ps.com b will be- glad to know tional Divisions on last Saturday, that, .ho has secured a splendid June 3rd, and employed teachers position in Akron, Ohio, where for the various schools as follows': he will be located for the present. Educational Division No. 1. Sam is a' splendid young fellow, Snow Creek Miss Sarah Bra. who made many friends while shear; West Bend Mrs. Myrfle employed as a mechanic at the Burgher; Morris Creek Guy Pearsite plant. Crowe ; Pompey Richard Crowe The Jackson Times has taken Waltersville Consolidated School, on a hotter appearance, due to a Miss Lillie Boone, and Miss Ruth new ''dress" of type with which Tutt; Black Creek To be sup. Editor McCoy has fitted it. The plied. West Bend Colored School Times is a splendid paper, curry- Valeria Samuels; Clay City Col ing all the news of Breathitt ored School To be supplied. county and under Mr. McCoy's Educational Division No. 2. management It has forged well Lower Hardwicks Creek, Mrs. to the front in the ranks of county Heurtetta Daniel; Little Hard, papers. wicks Creek, Unsupplied ; Upper Hardwicks Creek, Miss Nannie A letter from our old friend, Brauham; Hatton Creek, Miss D. H. Matherly, says that and Malinda Hatton; Mt. Canaan, Mrs. Matherly- - and the baby are Dudley Caudell ; Chop Chestnut, all welt, and that they like Rich Everett Randell; Hinton, James mond' ine, although they miss Ohaney. their old friends in Clay City,, Educational Division No. 8, but keep up with what is going Rosalyn, Unsupplied; Bowen, pn ;hy reading The Times. Mr. Miss Maud Bowen ; Walnut.Grove Matherly has closed a very Unsupplied; North Fork, Uusnp-plied- ; meeting at his church. Right Fork Case Creek", Unsupplied; Left Fork Cane Be?! Martin, formerly assistant to Mr. E. 0, Vollroer at the depot, Creek, MSm SUdy"Welch ; North was in town a few days, visiting Bead, Mi. Ner 04 we, Tdn8tIoal Division No. 4, friends. Bert is a man and we hated to, see him Tintew, Mkfe Ethel Stephens; leaveClay-Oity- . Refers Ofeaj), F". P. Tracy; o - Messrs. Dudley Caudell and been stirred up over the question. Everett Randell a r o . leaving week Jack Gallagher, who has been this week to attend the six term ot' the State Normal. Co. for some 24 qu a bond issue to build pikes, and a good deal of interest has SCHOOL ITEMS velwatarily agree to accept any price fixed- by the Federal Trade CoruiUslon. of Chatterer.-betteJthaa. the destruction of an industry built solely,. to serve tke GoTemmwit?. - 't aeeefkaace r CHA5. M. SCHWAB, Chafnan KUGKNK G.'GRACK, pmidal Bethlehem Steel Company 1 Hall SchooLMisa Kmma Willhims Deputy State Game VirdiMif Misses Adeline a.nd Josephine-HsizelrigBarker, Miae. BcfifiB Curry;;- Me- visited, Mrs.. BriBco at Elijnh Robertr, of Brle.n t JQormick;Mis.A'nita Clark; Slade Lombard tliiweek ciiunty siud County Deputy .i.r.-T--?Z Misses LtIlietlKtiq,x juiqAnnie. doti John, D- - JPxfeqhiiVe.riel-,Bowen ; SpeWoyrUn suppled ; J 'Mrs.Burcl)ftelfl, of Wilhursf, busy for a, few 'd.v jhere lo Mrsi, ujiaVHenfe onJhe'ynifC is visiting Jie'gdavKijLter, urays craiir.Llullitn rafassavfjikr.. BBBBSBBSM'1 flsh;in the rlvh They.Tilst'rldm' " - h.it' , - fere in Vinche6te.r Thursday on Lost, A houiid.Sdofri white business. with yellaw ears ttndajirk spot Mrs. Betsy Williams and little over the "loftis. rHs' name "( baby, of Bush Branch, are visiting qwner. on collar', tag. Reward for iatormation or return to.Clay her parentB, Mr. and Mrs. Win. j, : ' Dog-Lost- i j ' Mr, and. Mrs., Thiis'..-St.nke- ey a visjfc.to l A Wfi-Inviojatioi- he la wV-niu- l '; ""ciuls jdijated a ten pound Icatfinh-whicli- Gaitskil ParisnraVfeB, Waret Johnson. 98-- 2t 4wa8.iitit. Tfie'fii'h wb .Suljd'Yi'i tlie highest bidder hero1 'u inl, brought, $2.30. Jin indictment, in. Circuit Court will probably result from this. v3 At tbe 'Powe'U D. - last Sunday, the services were condncted,hy Bros. ;W"mv Snieth-- S D. Potts andrEd. Adams, ers,-in the absence1, of. Bro. Turpin, the regular, pastor. After the 8eryiceBthe singiug 'class was invited over t tf" ATUjat'lSf an V Mas-tin'- s and spent n pleasant time- The gliey' church -- singing claaarUl Jbe.'ab Oie church "here, on the third Sunday, and everybody is cordially invited.'Jp come and join in the- singiag; j A protracted nting; w i ) begin at the PowaH'iley-rchurcthe first Sunday in'July. Ohildren's'Day wsjguccesfully and observed at lb Christian church Iqst SuudaViK8 rrowd attending the sprvioee) 'at which Methodist 1 Miss Jessie Stallard, who has Card of 1 hanks had a music class here for the pastyear, left Saturday for her We desire to thank those pen" tiorne at. Bowling Green, where, pie who' so kindly assisted she will spend the summer.' She. was accompanied "by little Miss mg the illness nnn at tne qe.ai f will r Mrs. Cox. We are particular. Mary Charles' Loving,-whvisit her for a few mouths. Miss ly indebted to Mrs. Myrtle Uyrv Stallard is an excellent teacher gher, Mrs. Burrell Akera, Mrs. of mcsic, and has met with a Bob Tipton, and Mrs. Backed H. G. Oribtree aud family... great d eji I of encuurageinent during. ler stay here. It is hoped Oil and Gas Leases for Sale by those interested in music that" i ft The Times' eftce. at she may rot urn for next year. us-dji- r' -- . . h FORD The Universal, Car special musio wusrWdered by the orchestra, which (he .childrM program Tw' had been sue-ceeflC- ul 5? this, scenes were preseHftoimpress' the need of cliristjsatwerk'in the world. The Htteiitiaaee at Sunday school was ISHtfV.At the OhristiuH phnroJi next Sunday morning Wjpjktu: will take for liissabjedTheQiitifch and the Child," ana "alf parents are especially invltd to ker - practising was carrfwl.out in a splendid manner atMany vivid The Ford Motor Company is one of. the largest consumers of steel in .the world 500.0QO ipns this year. The great volume of production over 500,000 cars aud the efficient Ford manufacturing organization, brings production and selling costs down to a mini-muThat's why Ford buyers' get more car for less motiey. Runabout l39o; Touring $44o". All f. o.b. 'Detroit. m AT T. fn the ject will he 'TheTfcr fifle-yeuH- g b the JHble." elal music by ttffcMfcra th eveaiRgiMtrvU TketU ijflim K'tU$ nk Tmh ef Whltt, Clay City, Ky. twty.. ytjrilwtor el Fom Cam tor revyeit at J T