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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): June 15, 1916 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1916 cla1916061501_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 15, 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. .A J!" i - '4 - - ; . ' ' ' " GUT TIMES M. P; )'MARA, Editor - We are Here te iwj (filfc'fW Surrowiilni Country and Oarjelves. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. iTON. Boy Hurt . at mil Oiir-tis, ur Notice, Owing te the high pricet ef paper, to ask all eur subscribers ' Olay Curtis, son of E. D. wag ink" etc., we" are who are in arrears, fti pay up,r as we'cannetaKerd, at the present; price el 'was at Torrent on of this week. tr of Jackson wns here , tlit w'eeJrdWS laehttstry work. m. juonaay tor iuick- venton business'. - The Tines, te carry ,any unpaid subscriptions. Tjieaev who have received biHs frert lhe effke fer,sdbKnptMW We due, are asked te settle them as seen as pessible. want te impreye the ptpeV wMi each issue, but k takee, meney these days te buy type and ijiftf kin ClavjUH&J !?tdn visited friends in reek, roturning home kburn was in Lexing- a- - consultation with mo ueo eqpmenL vThe!Wt clhods-C- j 2b It eitt. '. snued the School of ayScliool workers at icsday. seriously injured a few days ago1 at the Brodhead-Orett mill, when he caught onto a car that was boing switched in the yard. Ilis foot became fastened some way in the stephanger and he was rolled between the car and a heavy lumber truck, bruising hinr about the body just below the shoulders. The boy was brought over to town on the switch engine and was taken to Dr. Irvin's office for treatment, Another Well Brought In Good Producer on Farm of S. (?... Struck Baker. LcxlrigtonY after which he was removed to his home. Vital Statistics 4hV fturs.-- rr 4'The follorfljiures are given animal eeenied to be ifpt afieVi-viof 'the 'members mt by the;Bftrean of Vflal Std- -' least bit afraid JIrsrey family and paid rio atterif; . tiatios for Powell county for the of the ,tion to their shouts. The young turkeys in that end of the count leitcwai 6,2j6f willfttt : v ;J?opulaticSrorthfrcounty ty hav also been, greatly rer Total. blrttU: 209r Mrsl duced in nomber by the foxes71 JTjitiil deaths:; s - to-g- Mrs. made oir with a fine hen that: was uoqiic are; raising a brood of chfokeua. The atWlrib to.Fl At first his injuries thought to be quite serious but ho is now improving nicely vieek. will lie alright in a few days. itburh has returned' and tier and SIiss Maude were Mra. Loyd Faulkner parents, Mr. and inches ter. I; arid James Ohaney iichnibrid whefethey teTTormal. Mdwick is visiting her or, ane-Mrs- The Olay City oil field received another nice boost Wednesday when B. A. Bonniville, drilling on the S. G. Baker farm, about three miles from town, on Hard-wiccreek, brought in a good well that is estimated by the oil men hero at about thirty barrels. The oil in this well is theiighc green quality, said to be the best, at present worth over 2.00 a barrel. ks 4. . InVrtlr rntc per iiOOO ipjMiKtlo'ni3a.8 iiuu an ciiwik win uo iiibuo ujr : Death rate pocJ.000 population, 11.3 some 'of. the fartuVfs"rlao Deaths .by Ages thepesfs. s ' ' ; ""HenrrJfl ?T.jeaP.and under, pump staivrf' . q ...... . i at;Jacxson, lor a tew I uj ij itiiil wurovaivnaM w. iiia - . . in 10 m warn m aa hm ii installing a gasoune raobilUts; Who tlngjready. tor m i mi ' . Tub5rcaIoslsothtfJUBS, Pneumonfa-BronchoPnenmo- Meninjjitia othcrthan tubercular TypholdTevef Diarrlitca-cnterlt- is Dfarrhaja-cnterkr (under 2 yrs.) (over 2 yrs.) J Influenza (Jagrlppe) By Violence Foxes Plentiful . Reports coming in from vari-ou- s parts of the- county indicate 'that' foxes are more numerous common, and they liave beei) cptnmUting great dep. 'redat'iuns among the poultry ibcks. TJiey 6eem to be partfc-'ujarlaggressive in the lower .ud.orth(i couuty. and many of the farmers living between here and Yirden. have almost been compelled to Rive up trying to Only a few days raise poultry-- . 'ago a fox appeared in the yard at1 the home of Kdiar Puttqiv and jthis-year.-thn- n y lteY. J. CHanley is. visiting his own and hiS wife's'Reopie at East Liverpool Phld.andtfewcastfft, Pa On Tuesday he attended" 'Oemmeneement at WIK There will be an old .fashioned mlngtOTjPa.'.j.tJaiBrcollege housed to spelling match at the Oasstdy attend , building next Saturday night, by Mrs. Bobt. Blackburn and her Bon tions will be rea'tfy? for ee'udln' out: A number of towns will join, in the.mpVcinent and it is planned to have all thoold"-timet- 'i come homo during the week of tlie Blnegrasa fair, so that, in addition to seeing home folks; they may spend a day or two-a- t -- (KMLimsveoaing oun- for the .Horiie aaymerna"ndlghtj'lle. preached y Coming 'Wfft la Oeutral for them this, past Sunday, also. artf ndw being; completed Unold 30 Holmarit ot Bow?S .was' and' in a short time, tho ftivita here on businessvyu.esday. We.aiways. Srraugemeuts Kea-tock- like to'se&Uncl'a he'hsa aplea."saBt. Jim- - come around word-for as everybody'. J)r..J"ohji8ortwM in Lexington over Thursday night ani brought his nieces, "Blofser"and Tid4(eWink Vance, home with' him. They had. been' visiting In Lexington for several days. the Fair. Methodist church. Mrs. Luther loving and Mr. C. 0. Eaton will give oot hjB words from one of the back spellers and an interesting Prizes! will time is looked for. be awarded those spelling the. the, ladies of the .Oolsoni'aSi;Bister-Mlnn!- e ("onlee, are In. expected hoW Theyare.noy vlsltiafr tho-flnes- tis, week- - IromBerea. jVipohster old-blue- -' for a few days. Minnie. says she tjilnks t schools thero Berea is one of irrand wants to.return or next year. Hoien & Sherman, who are drilling on the Clark farm for Faulkner Strong of In Leslie County Oldendorf, Bonham & Clarke, deMt. Carmel, 111., have been layed by a breakdown in their Special to Clay City Times, llyden, Ky., June 18. During the machine and will not reach the They are present term of the Leslie Circuit sand until Saturday, Court all the candidates for the repub- having good indications of oil, lican nomination for Judge of the however, and feel sure they Court of Appeals have been to this city , and allsfp'ke here on the first day ot strike a paying well. Weh' mah'presentcd his claims coart The well on the West fara at fT ihTn tirriliraliiTfrn "frfl QAch tne ,beadof.Sla.clr5ekilfpt heiile oft'fejKfioy.'KVOompqnj'j iv the people of ERTte county have thor oughly made up their minds, If the uuTM.iicaiij' iu iiio Biiuu, uuu io. crowds . that have gathered in and expected to come in at any time, about the court house tills court have as is the one on Slate creekr bebeen representative crowds, and their ing sunk by W. J. Williams. deefssion' is to Vote for Judge H. 0. will prove up u Faulkner, of the neighboring county These operations lot of territory and great confiof Perry, fdr this nomination. The people have no quarrel with any other dence is being, expressed ' by oil candidate, but they know Judge Faulk men in the field. ner, have seen him tried as a Judge on Several other rigs are enroute the bench, and can rely on him absolutely. Therefore, they have made to the field hero and most oHhe up their minds to be for hiuii He was operators now here are,, faking Judge of our circuit court for several over lenses with short tinie conyears, and has been practicing law in tracts for wells, with the result Leslie county for thirty years. Bepresentative men fiom Clay and that rigs are in great demacd. Laurel, and other Onmberland Biver There has been a number of counties have been here this court and new arrivals here during'th'e'past from tho reports brought here it would week and a thorough test of the seem that Judge Faulkner will carry all Eleventh District counties that are entire field is assured by the opHo had erators coming in. in this Appellate District. Every train his race1 mado in these counties before brings men from other field, he announced publicly his candidacy. Ohio, Illinois, Indiana, and oven from Louisiana and longest. The shallow wells Elmer Derfck?on surprised lis many The attention of our readers Oklahoma. by taking unto1 himself a bride iB.called to' the splendid state, and the fine quality oNhe oil friends last Thursday, the 8th' Sho was Miss ment of tho Powell Cquuty De- combine to interest tht?e.'meu, Nettte MarMn, 'daughter of Mr. and who are in fields where the aver-ag- e Mm.-JMttin of Cat creek. Bev. posit Bank, of Stanton, which depth of the wells is 2,000 L.tFs Marti prf&rijthe,ceroniony. appears in this issue. This bank n a wedding is erfjoving a splendid business feet, as against 800 feot.here. 'They, left fdtoeiasak IripV '- FORD world--50,lOO- The Universal Car con-suwerV "T"' h The. efk;Hotor Company is one of the" largest VjstwI in the tons this year. The grtVatae .tl of prodHctioHLover-50:0,00- cars-- awl aftcient Ford, manufacturing organization -- Bey. Shermaa,Kabbins and the writ- ui a er held services, ok the East Fork of 4ite1n 'JfotUfee, 'Saturday and Sun day, The vwiter ofgSRited aplondid gM4ay SsfoL ter them, The house craiiUdwith people that all was. etU;not "is""' . uTkey sure do turn t.iv .t mwM( hi jiwfHHee. -' and the statement shows it to be Representatives of twolarse sup- satisfactory financial " (Continued on Page ...Six.) liiHfjMeluetion and sailing coats dowa to a mhm mum. That's why Ford bayers get more car feoJae money. XMiJabot 39o Touring $44o. All frB,.b. Welroit. l smi OWs m 6 S insm4. Kawe on PeaUan4 ajr Misa Bess(e 8myth wfeaaoooptfHl tfn aad were pr"s- my at vm jynmmfo wsra Mrs. kvo. 'iik,''lBsti the writer at bis Among those firs. W. J. flountiZ NOTIONS, MILLINERY, CORSETS, HOSIERY. NATIONAL DRESS. GOODS SAMPLES Hats Trimmed and Dyed. Te Order mmmmmV 1 jUyinUm.r I 1 Mrs. Oleen and ifcs.taUw'aC )M,Tnfa: w4 a sister )f sttt' grooik, afcilM'lsV; INWof. - 1 amft 1 Mawuta ilimt' many au rmaiaaa wttstak4 iMt Mr, Hsmtltofl WW Pre IX WIrinV Clay Cftjfi Kjr; at but it vrs FreaaH- - Stock New. and PRIOE3 . Call and Up-to-dat- e. REASONABLE at m New Style in Hate Tar y THE riMES.i Almost a nervous wreck wasL M , A Democratic Newspaper ivir. oiacKDUin, orrucnm Eighteen Years Old He now has splendid health to be converted, into b6od, bone and Triuscle. 4.$ It. overcomes, it islaid, that great, exciting "au's&.jtf .disease, Weakness. the body vigorous ntTd eTa'sll&Jt. 'keeps the tnjnjd cloa'r.hlilJfjijnJfrget and i throws ofr thosyiiiptsKs Of nerv- '- -' ' AReaP Autombbilel 3 -- l UI can safely say that, before The' Best Weekly in this Section. taking Tutiliic I was nlnibsf a nervous wreck," sa,id..ilr. John Editor Blackburn, 105 Center street, M. P. O'Mara Richmond, Ky. u My nervousness "was utidmiUt- second-clas- s mail mat Entered us edly caused trouble, ter at the Post Omce at Clay City, Since taking Tanlac L never felt lvy under the Act of Congress of better in iriy life." . fnrch 3, 1870. Tanlac is it. tonic which aids l'rndet. ousnessandaK'digeitiJLlt builds TA HOME-MA- DE PAPEfe. 15, 1910 THURSDAY JUNE. . ANNOUNCEMENTS Anpenls for the Seventh Appose District of Kentucky, subject to the action of the Ucpubliciin party at the primary election to be held August 5, 1010. We nre authorized to' nnnouuco G. V, GOUKLEY 'of Beattyvillet Leo County, Ky., jirf n enndidate for Judge of the Court of digestion, promotes healthy sleep and strngthens .thejierves. There is hardly n portion of the body that is not benefited by the helpful action of Tanlac, which begins its work bv stimulating tho digestive and assimilative organs, thereby enriching the blood and invigorating the whole system. Next, it enables n weak, worn out stomach lo thoroughly digest, its food, permitting the assimilation of tho nourishing nrodttcts up the copst.lt utfou'lSj H down by disease and mental and physical overwork, quickens! 'couvules ce.nce and is ati unfa (jig source of comfort to $11 sti rers! frtiin .. such trouble. Tanlac is beiugs P&l ly intro. duced jn. Clay Qity.; Eaton fa ' McUuireV. I Fire Passenger equipped with Serf- v Starter and electric lighting system. ' 35 H. P. Engine, weight 1756 poinds. F. .. : Tanlac niuy. be attained in Stanton a t Uurdmlfe; & (Jo. : Bowen, Diiy '& Kum; Ooliege Hilfj- Gin ter Bros.;Porreiitj J,. TaylorkI)ii.v ; IriTWjEvine Drug Co. ; Genet, Gen'Mjfeish Store,.; Wnltersville, HenVy'Hldron. -- 0. B. Factory, $550.0 ' f .. Seven Passenger Bahy Grand Touring Car, 2400 pounds F. 0. B. Factory, $750.00 " . . E. H. FULLER; STANTON. KY. II . C. 'FAULKNER of Perry County, as a ca'ndidntcjfor Judge, of tho Court of Appeals In the JValking downi the street one day, a Seventh Appellate District of Kentucky minister encountered a group of hoys subject, to thp action of the Republican who appeared to bo arguing-aboa party at the Primary Election 'to be dog. thot one, them was holding, lie. held Aug, 6th, 1016. asked what was the matter. One of the boys replied, that the falTlio crowd at tho Progressive low who" told tho biggest lie was to convention at Chicago last week have. tho dog, but they, couldn't de-howled for an hour nnd thirty-thre- q cido vvho had told the biggest. '"My dear bojs," .spoke minutes when Roosevelt's very gravely, "don't you the minister knows that it name vyus mentioned. But they is very wrong to.tell lies? Why, when will htowl" four years' if by chance I was a boy I never told a lie." "Hbre, take the dog I" said tho boy he shojUd '.ever get elected Presiwho was holding It. dent again. ut been used for n dumping ground of Pike county, as a candidate for for all the filth and rubbish that .Ii)dge of the Court of Appeals for the Seventh District of Kentucky, subject had to be disposed of, and this tuaotion of tht ltepublican party at was not buried but merely thrown the primary, August 6th, 1010. on top of the ground to become an eyesore and a menace to the We are authorized to announce health of, the community. We ' SIMEON 3. WILLIS county, as 'a 'candidate for are sure that the.. Town Board Judge of ho Court of Appeals in thu juid the citizens generally will be Seventh Appellate District, subject to glad to help the company keep the vote of the Republicans in the primary, 8aturdny, August 5, 1010. their property ,m a inoresumtary condition. , ' We are authorized to announce K'J. 'f - We are authorized to announce ItOSCOE VANOVEK .Agent For Powell County, FaitffM'Poweh. Tho follownigmr was re- ceived" a few ilaysfMfpj.froni Prif Sleeth, who for,EOiei)ne was, i niid . who frent, in toUchuvitlf thecounty bv tut. uj'5 The, TmieB. hussipcec-leviHhero- teacher at SfautoujlOojlege, Ctduiubus, Oh Editor 'fim My HefiSt ft , Iffyoa're anxious to add tbyouLsavmgs DeanSi,r;t I nojice, in 'yiiurpapntliaf; the war lias raised! th price of materials Used iirtho bublicatipn of a newspaper utit'll It" Ys no longer profitable.;to;i;i ;a, ptibli- cation on tho "free grulis" basis, and your request fii ''readers to iconic , acr'osis'' .Hag W v Ybur JARN1NGS' are not so important: It's SAYINGS, that malfe for success. s Republican writer who attended the conventions at Chicago said that the only sentiment A he could find in was that the Republicans should be er. elecjted(into power, no mutter y what means it was accomplished. W'V.ty' Pj.' means they should. They need some pie? and to ob- tain i they must havei ollices, Wilson estabsines lished,' the., precedent that it man must be qualified for a job before, Ue cau get it. In the, old days under a Republican admin-- , is t ration a good party man could get a fut job, no matter what his qualifications, but Mr. Wilson was the man who demanded that a man have some ability for the work''hla office before he draw . . a sald'ry frbm the people. 8,000.00 Mint's Surplus Fund, less onereasn'n why the Republicans Undivided Profits,paid, expen 5:35.00 ses and taxes, . would" lik'e'to"get back Into powi DepostUsubiect to check, , 60,618 07 ' i 1. Jty-esiden- t touched a, sympathetic,:' fchord,. ul my heart, hence. yuijf will lh)d euclofed fifty cenjs for ivhicli please continue-- . ,to ine your vtilued "sheet. am ve.ry-- i tnufcli interested in the prugresd'! Report of the Condition of The tbat Pow'ell ia making, jjarticulul; ly in the matter of .improving' "tlitf; Powell County Deposit ronda. Good toads Ure'vUie1 vation of any county add WithBank, out such the case is Veil nigh doing business at the town of gtanton, County of Powell, State vof Kentucky, hopeless. (Sood, ronda are, vyaJu-abin that tIiey.ier;tiinga''iuV; at the close of business on llrnt day of Juno, 1010. and also let thiugSvViu&aud that Is all. that nlakes bp8iue8 Jitsep, RESOURCES. up the gtiod work and before Loans and Discounts . . $ 51,010.10 loug Powell county will forge to Overdrafts, 'secured and the front rifid tike Nuk with unsecured "v' f . , 007.41 . oilier couhtles which. Hfe 'U IftilW Stocks, Bonds and other Se . ', curities, ' . 2,881.45 more favorably eituutetih regurd Due from Banks,' . . 0,432 60 to topography and 'co'mnierya. Cash on hand, . . . 2,366.12 There are natural resoUrdea jon' Banking House, Furniture . and Fixtures 4,600.00 and in Powell county liflls and valleys and they wlHbe;deyelop., Total 74,143.67 ed when trtinsportatiouti'iiilltie LIABILITIES nre improved. . Capital Stock paid in, in cash I 15,000.00 Very truly youra, iay ...J . City National Bank ON:;SAYINGS ishfl 4 PAYS 3 PER OENT INTEREST ' . le STANTON- Students Admitted COLLEGE, KY. art. x STANTON, Any time , One of the ,Best Schools in Kentucky Courses in Agriculture and Domestic Science, -i : i rn .t d. l . ii 1. t- EarIO.'jWfh, (Formerly df Staaton'Oole;je) . tli Bill payable ', , .. Term. 114 . 6,000.00 Total Goes to Tko Pen. ' Tho'rajlrdad company hm.ah-- J Keep-inUrjil7- ('i'liptratB'lp a certain extent. for a loHg time the nilroad pratwty in the eastern (lulfnf Twnpfowiird the bridge, ban Statu of Kentucky, 1 'County of Powell,' J001, of, way' lliroiHtk'; tovrticieHned.up and in a saalttil. iiJfi John W, WUllaws and E. II. and Cashier of the ry;bondjtlon, which is a vorjuf a,ler V Ia twlHHly DwonJ Iuailif6(e 'iiTm andoe lljut wflTlviH that thol&4vv siiBiont la true to the in our oi out KmMVwgi aim iMitei. To do this pwever, it twi fJohB', WlJllp'Tre4i f w neceBiii'ror for the people I E. II, Fuller, Cashier. 4 iiuunveu ineir inieniiou oi t( i a- iilW. c ! t Subcrfbd and swwh to bo fore mu thi 9th dy CWi of June; IMS. 0. N, Crowe, fw Clwlt, Oswrt , ByM.K. Ljto, D.O. After, two years sojwjni i1h Clark county jilil, ?lnce WsV1 inr enrapjicny in tue K humk o, Ed Callanan, Fletcher mm vv88. taken to Frankfort aays ng io ipeiio; t,Ue t of his days WliHk"fJ IJaMtou's mv waa titrH py tii aaprwHia uwrl away ih ,in iwiio4 maaaste ansi his xm th refwrmatory to Iw fm Liur.- 4t By paytHg part of their Expwnw in ,Wotk. SMtdtt ; may ge Kates at the Lprnwtery a low as $.3o pe AYk. ; ; rt(K, IaforwalWw Vrite Jo II Rev. J. t nley Stmhtdn, KyA President, ' 'X v . - 'SB i? .7 . ........ ' SPRING AID SUMMER CLEARANCE SALE i X : " - of I t & f VIC BLOOMFIELD'S ENTIRE STOCK OF Dry Goods, Ladies' ... ' Ready-to-we- ar 3 fi- ll f and Notions Now is the time for Clay City people to get Spring and Railroad Fares will be refunded within a radius of 25 miles on purchases of $25.00 or more. Summer Goods F?afes5Refunded T'i at reek-botto- m prices and save railroad fares. f T t Mb June 13 Hone Cotton, sale price Green Ticket Lonsdale Bleached Cotton, at 1-- TWEUVE DAYS ONLY June 26 if; pQSltiyelyJh&'gf&at&tMdng' cutipg event ever held in this section. We have had Clearance Sales, and oths'aVli'&d the.my butnoone has or ever will offer goods to th public at our prices for these 12 days. Raincoats in Grey Silk $10 values, Sale Price . $4.93 " 9o. Raincoats in blue poplins Jb itnlUiiiipbsbleJoriiCs to give you 3.49 $5.00 values, sale price Dress Gingham. 12 2 value thevcsAowieVery wtialevwo have i)h our store. WcMoteyotbjitstaffBWofthe many 6.50 values in all colors at 3.98 UK at bargaijiTLP.e aie offering, during this big Your choice of any Cloth Suit French ginghams, 32 in. wide Hi sale. Asl$forthepri6&:onr aiiy and everyin the store, $18 to 27.50 val- 25 value, at 18 thing you) see 'and qui clerks will gladly 7.98 ues, Sale Price give thevuto you; that is their business. Best Dress Ginghams 15c Fancy Silk Phoenix Hose 11 value at 1.25 and 1.50 value, at 98c Fancy. Voiles, in new stripes, 35c Quality Silk, sale price 25o solid colors and all shades 10 Silk and Wool Poplin in all .Fifty dozen 10 and 15c hose, d REMEMBER thnvj:'refundyour IS colors, $1.50 value Sale Price Sale price. 7c .89 fareioWiin ajradifis. of 25 miles on p ur aliases of $25. 00. onbnofo. Striped Taffeta, latest shades Black and white check worsted 1,50 values, Sale Price $1,00 45c regular 65c at 7 3-4- ; v o '8 1- -2 .l-- 2c j rail-7'oa- Ml , Cash sale only. No pods on approval. No stamps. Nothing charged at sale prices. m VIC BLOOMFIELD Reay Dry Ooods aj?j4 Ladies! BUfogs to Wear ptteawr to C. OpfM Cwrt House Winchester, Ky. VAUGHN'S MILL. ST. PETER THE FIRST POPE J. fr. Smith ?peut Sunday with Traditions of the Roman Catholic Church So Record Title One a Asa Todd. Qlven to 'All Bishops. Miss Ida," Smith called on Mrs 'Eia Christopher last Thursday According to the tradition of the Roman Catholic church, St Peter afternoon. f? Mothers .. A Square Deal. We aim to was the founder of the church and Honry Kin;: and wife and Mrs. its first pope. Both the ecclesiastical Ann Birnett, .spent Sunday with and the temporal authority formerly Mrs. J. W. Mize. exercised and still claimed by the diWe had an awful rain and hail popes of Borne are held to be of vine appointment, and to have been storm Saturday afternoon. It. was handed down in unbroken continuity the heaviest one so far. from apostolic jjmes. to the present Mrs. Mitlic Todd spent a few age. Peter the apostle, it is assorted days last week with her mother, was indicated by Christ himself as Mrs. Martha Murtiu, at Log Lick. superior to the rest of the twelve discernQuito a crowd of young folks in the faith and spiritual ment, and as the one of the number spent Sunday wiih Mrs. J. T. whom it was his design to invest Wright. Among those present with special In conwere Misses Hoyt Mize, Dean formity with the design, Peter, acBarnett, Ola Burgher, May Wells companied by Paul, is said to have and Harley Mize. and Vernon gone to Borne after Christ's death, Baruett. and founded a church, over which he presided as its bishop for 25 years from 41 A. D. to 67 A., JD. eventuDocs Sloan's Liniment Help ally suffering martyrdom in the same Rheumatism? year and on the same day as St Ask the mun'whouees it, he Paul, in the persecution under Nero. knows. "To think I suffered all The title "pope" was at one time these years when one 25c bottle of given to oil bishops. It was first Sloan's cured me," adopted to Hyginus In 139 A. D. , writes one grateful user. If you and in 60G Boniface III induced have Kheumatism or suffer from Phocas, emperor of the East, to it to the prelates of Bomc A list Neuralgia, Backache, Soreness and Stiffness, don't put off gettiug a compiled from the registers of the totih of Sloan,. It will give you Boman church gives names of 264 I treat our customers in the VerHtft&e jut uie uwarm ; i best possible manner and. to give them square deal. ,; is clean and fresh, anOib. prices are Give us a trial. right. " A safe, oli fasike J remsdy for wins. Sevstfjr-Er- s Our Stock u tiie be it rerttauaul FREVS VERMlFUGEc offer you. rffl yon ceWjnu-ouru- : ie . Kmc i b(7 ile '. ' hcJlSr. 23s. kittle not AuMM't t cenenl Wm r if yur aotlvre'! twplr too, fna bit narm 4 in M.ift d WU Kid you a Ux-U- s prgupdy. i aiad Urp till ouu it Henry Waldron WALTJSRSV.ILLE, E. Si FREY,, MB. - - KENTUCKY BALTIMORE. Liniment Saved Girl's life the Lamp' 0il that irfhlnr l hmm limrtrf.ni In (tilt hnnitmvnclMr.tmv'ly llviit. Inmro thla by eeHltxrtln.U. tint burst clear and clraa wWirxit 1 flicker down to the Iut Cmrv cru'leoll TeflnedturrfecMon. Ccti nunre;tiiin the inforior WOHK wrt ira.". Your dh.lr fiMHOllTE Oil, la uirriia direct rroai eur wna. corf-fi- ne surd, welcome rejjet. and soothes the pore' stiff painful places and you feel so much better Buy it at any Drue Store, only 25 cer.ts. It warms pontiffs. TICKLED HIM "I want to tell you what wonderful benefit I have received from the use of Thedford'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 my little girl's life. When she had the measles, they went in on her, but one good dose of 'Thedford's BUckrDraught made them break out, and she has had no more trouble. I shall never .be without Black-Draugh- t," Black-draug- ' SNOW CREEK. ' I I THEDFORD'S BLACK k ley home, vESmel Rice visited. Hubert Spry - j Mrs. H. H. Vivion ; is quite ill. draught safe. Mrs. Beurue Burnett is quite GOOD ADWCE. fick at this writing. . Fdith Niblack was oyer at Mt..! Sterling, Wednesday. Misses Ada and Gracie Hudson are ill with measles. "Bronson looks very happy these Davis Hutson sold to Olurk-co- . days." parties his lambs for $9.75. "He has reason to be. He says that Mrs. D. H. Berry, and Miss after his wife and children had been Nannie, visited Perlie. Ilutson, fitted, out with their fall wardrobes "Have you. an oldtsaw jrou can fl want lend .nie?" asked Dpbson an old oncso. it' won't matter, to 'vou if, I happen to break out Jew, teeth.'' "I haven't the kind 61 old saw vou SCHOOL ITEMS mention," said GadsTtorth, 'but I can give you another .sort " always ' '.' Miss Mabel K. Ewen left Monday to Thursday. there was enough left over to enable abide by." attend the .Summer School of State "Another old saw?'Silas Fisher had a valuable him to have a new office coat made." "Yes, Ifeither a borrower nor a University. horse to die last week from an lender be.'" The ezainlnattons for teachers will POSSIBLE EXPLANATION. 'I unknown caupe. be held on next Friday and Saturday, HEM EXAMPLE Aimee I don't see why Hazel has Juno 7, at the court house. Miss Nannie Berry, of Oincin. so many admirers. She can't Bpeak James Chaney and Dudley Caudell is vtBiting her father, D. II. nati, "The. hen is at once a pcfel and a a word of French and neither sings left last daturdny for a six weeks' stay week. lletry, this rebuke to human beingof prerweear nor paints. at the Eastern Kentucky State Nonnql Mary Well, perhaps that's the ing ambitions." and Mrs. Boss Barnett,. of School. &tr. "How so?" Estill, visited their sou Bennie reason. Board of Education "Although the rival 6f,tlie,Ameri-co- n The State public, .graded courgp has BarUett, Saturday night aud Sun of prepared a TIME SAVING.. 'national itud'y for the coilinion schools of the eagle himself as1 a day. institution, her hijest' ambition is speclfles "I never waste time contradicting to keep on scratching for a living." Stato, The course allotted to tho order Mrs. D. Wood aud son Loyd, of study, the tim.Q each and and Mrs. Marvie Ohism of Win- my wife," said. Mr. Meckton. which course of study shall bo observVOCATION" HIS "Are you always sure she is ed, by the teacherand enrorced by tho chester, visited relatives at this right?" trustee.' Tho course of study Is 'complace, this week. "Johnny, is your father as optim- plete and thoro, being a revision of the. "I won't say that. But I am al, -ways sure she can convince me that ist or a possiniist V1 courses of study for the past three 'Methodist Church "He ain't neither one.' t He's a chi- years. The purpose is to bring order she is." ropodist." Brooklyn, Eaglf; into the vast sohool system of the State. Saoday, Juno 18th. OOME3TIC DIPLOMACY. With over 10,000 teachers working in TOO MUCH FOR THEM. 120 counties, It Is absolutely necessary 10 am. Sunday School, "Why do you insist on having the that there should be some unifying 7 pm. Ep worth League, "Then you are not botltred with and organizing ideas In order that the servant call you at seven o'clock evBreaching Service, 11 am. 8 pm. ery morning? You never get up mosquitoes on tlw frontfpifeh?" school system may be mora efllcient. "Not any b&xs. 9 ksp the The State Superintendent urges Supta. The subject for the morning at that hour." ''No. But I want to make sure graphophone goisg ow ' trustees and teac)iers tu, use the course sermon is: "Why Belong to a ef stud In aeeordance with law. the servant is awake." Church, " and that for the eveNOT THAT yWjp ' ning' sermon: "The Benefit of NOTHING BUT THE TRUTH. . DIvfrslRsd English Agriculture "I hope this lrkrer'.Mt'jKefT AgrlevVture la the primary laaustry the Gospel to a Nation,' The& s "After all," remarked the moral-ize- r, to give w;aay ahVap iaHc,i la" the waai. ot Mntft&. where it I subjects should be of interest to "No fear of it. TH aUWs for Its diversity. Dalrylm 'life w but a journey." aM cattle and sheep ralstag are car "Yes, and a tiresome journey it Speoial music will bo rendered Cs4-itm ob' la Semarsetsfcire. The there.i cheese Industry Is sttuat4 by the Mounts Bros. Quartette. is," rejoined? the demoralizer, "for when a wan reaches the-ensf it iJtfyoysuMj fry Black- .Draught If ts; a medicine of known merit Seventy-fiv-e - years of jsplendid success proves its value. "Good for young and old. For sale eyeJjWBere. Price 25 cents. ANK, ICy; $100,000 reliable, gehtlit'aiki valuable Yemedy; mmmmwm m J THE WINCHESTER of Winchester, For constipation, Indigestion, headache; dizzl- , malaria, ttttkvaMt fever, biliousness, and all similar I i7 Capital Stock Surplw and Undivided Profits -- 18-1- $200,000' Holly Wltherapoon, rresident. W. R. $phar Cashierr TOUR ACCOUNT SOLICITED. POWELL . . Writers of all KWs, of Fire, Life, Tornado, Lightning Mk) Hil lasur-ance- .. We are also agents fer the Illinois Surety Company and are pre- i JACKS0H Jt -- pared to ness. do a. general lending busi- POWELL', 'JACKSON Sam W. Pawtii; . 'Ltevrk Jackson Office In Cetirt Hoese. Winchester " ' Kwtky CLEANIHR AUD PRESSING. y t am ready, ie de yaw Clean ing and Pressiitf. Seed work guaranteed and. oharges re a sen -aMe. Orders left with J. Bleem will receive prompt atteetleH, olpet at both morning and evenn d' ...avice:.: i JANES' WILLIAMS.' services. i.1 he's out of bmth." it ' " jt'aBHT Everyone is not only invited' bpt urged to attend, these sVrvr! 4'aVp'RQ,'iatb BECORAT'ON. "That W jgreuch oii - aw airatu W cei ym lata'' m.L ... .fe lt's a BU Policy. K J www rale4 to wub yar faee tlfe kyarsBt, dea't wrr hri certainly jtad hit appropriately .Seeerat- Am "Hewwaa it Jo "Mostly f ffetwerk" i w bb BBV m iHiuuat. PBBPB BJV BBBHB . mi h4 1 Individual Gifts. P4crsM Mhttia at luster there must jwura ka. Wt tk4 aawae us trivial, ttH, hewvw MwMar to bin, aad wWali, wkt r-- for Ooed A. P. -- Hw'wriHX Try - ' r BBBBJBBBBf W irBBBBBP bjpbp BJTBBBW VBBBBBjJf r Wwl faarily. Oalv tit Ney. wi a bbbbtbbjbbb BBBBBBW BBBBBBBPBBBJBj VFpB IP"' m Ky HHd; wlH. B a lift rasa'1 fare var. Kuskla, aW"te ta't'lM tM ataiHl, Jihnon a Hxt iBejejpBB A t the Ke4 . f ! Avrtte 1h The i Tiwee. A Rlvar tUwI. Ps eBBBjePmmiBr eBBmpj 'bjbbbb'b'bb ... Haf dwi: & Company V Sole Agents for Queen! Quality and Walk-Ov- er I 4 4i 4 Shoes shoes-pret- ty, (f - '4 v;. i. 4 shoes combine style, comlCShd .quality, and badly fitting, clumsy looking shoes :,.Walk-.Ove- r spoil the looks of herwise -- VALK-OVER well manymo.t dressednian. shoes look'w.ell, WellPAsk'those wear: well, feel ' and know them. try. a pair and are so popular is about them who weair them Or better still,. learrvwKtathey "The proof of the; the eatine thereof." We have them? irijrthe new and. also in the staple styles in ClUU bKitjio"qtits ICgUlcll 5I1UC5. dainty, stylish, Queen Quality 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 regular shoes,) Will get it, as there are hundreds of Queen want, r Quality styles in our big catalogue to select from. 4p 4 4f t Remember that we also handle Hart Schafmep&acx and Matchless Brand clothing. Stetson and Astor Brand hats, caps. Arrow Brand shirts and collars, neckwejr silk and cotton hose and sox, millinery, underwear, J. J. C. and American; Beauty corsets umbrellas, house drees, middy blouses, skirts, night gowns, Pictorial Review patterns, dress, goods, trimmings, .trunks, suit casesolcarpets mattings, rugs springs beds cots mattresses chairs rockers safes sewing machines wall paper diningand center tables and oil and wood cook stoves. We also 'ttave mowers, hay rakesrBaiwagoisss balls'; bats & gloves, saddles, harness, hardware patent medecinesrin factwekeep a&near as possible every thing every one needs. If you are queens-ware.grocerie- s, .inter.ested I in,iiewVp-tOrdate.m,ei:chand- is r 'vl' low prices, quality considered, give us a call. :.r'i'. STANTON JsxJN 1 UCRY AA AA A AAAAAAAAAA ell county girls nnd we are looking for a good school. Let us patrons quit knocking now nnd everybody join in helping to make it one of the best schools Jct;f arc at no teacher can do without Win. Ledf0"rd;lia8 moved farth- which the aid of the parents. er on up Clear branch to get a Bad To Have A Cold Mane. Oh hchanze. of water for Mrs. Led- Don't let .your cold hang on, ford , who jSin.bad health, and ra, okyonr system and, becop.o Fd Hale moved into- the house CORN- - MEAL Ledford. vacated by Mr. ., . chronic when Dr. Bell's Pine-THoney will help 3ou. It heals I manufacture the best corn Bob Wilbur a and Emma Sons tho inflammation, soothes the cough gf South. Fok, ..wore united in meal in Eastern Kentucky. My and loosens the phlegm. Your marriage ,by Eld. Ira G. Proffit, meal is all ground in a water breath easier aV onc Dr. Bell'. Jpno 7th and are. bouaekeeping mill. Try it once and you will Pine-TaHoney js a laxative Tar in in theviojase vacatad by Tom always use it. For sale in Clay L Syrup, the pine tar balsam heals Pear8alj. ' Vextend them good City byT. J. KIRK, C. and HENRY WAL-DROthe raw spots, loosens the mucows wisljos.. and prevent iriitatiou of the brou-cliin A. B. Even, represent leg tubes. Just ee a bottle of GEO .P. BURKE, Hardware Co., visited his - Honey Dr. Bell's Pine-Ti- n Rejslyn, Ky, its gupfanteed to help you.. At mother here ,thijs week, He has , moved his1 family to Jackson to druggists. send his children to school, and for other advantages lie did not JLADX, Clay Cky Censtructten Ce. have at Douglas. Cky Cky, Ky. Otis Powell and Miss Bessie Born, June 11th, to the wife of Smyth, of Kids, went, to Stanton John OHair, a fine daughter. Thursday atjd.were quietly mar Centracting Brick Layerj.--Ne Geo.1 Brewer, of Middletownj ried, Mies IMt.vth is a daughter jeb tee IargeNene tee small visited his parents here Sunday. of Joe Frank Smyth, brother-in- . of Clay ,w q( Jl. GOrabtree Estimates Furnished .Martin Ford bought the hill City, frrtJweJI is employed back of Blade from K. U. Lanri Satiefactien Guaranteed in the store' of IIB(lrix & Co. Go, for196 and J. .Bq Wen 0 boy from a Powell eowity the hill between lus farm, ft ad aml.k Many the IierKQhel section. Slnde for $10.00. od to her betl but- - is some better. Her father d. Tipton, nnd two sons,- - Green Bowen of Middle K. town and Cash;Bowen of O. I I I.--'- .- guest uf Miss day. brother-in-law- Farmers aro much delayed by. Whe.n they the heavy rains, EyraQe Faulkner it ou tho sick can't cultivate corn they should, culivate their patience, and there list, but not; serious. is some patience about here th it 3Iiss Grace White was the needs jveeding very much. Lillie Knox, MonSOWEN. - Sunday Services During June, July and August, tho Sunday School of the IVosbjtcrian church will be held at 0:30 a.m., ami the preaching service ut 10:30 a m, every Sunduy. A Twilight Service will be held at the school-hous- e of the Orphans' Home every Sunday evening st6:0Or.M. A cordial Invitation is extended to all. Clear Skin Comes From Within t hor-bedsi- dc. P. Y. Drake wns visitinjr his , Grnuville Day, - J ikt Saturday. ar Mrs. Helen Kuox of this pluco was visiting Mrs. Lawrence Knox hT udu. Sunday. Our Sunday School is Mr. Faulkner is. the progress-iniptiuefy. r excellent Superiutendeut. 'Jus. Holniim and wife visited George' Burko and family at rtpselyn, Sunday morning. Dick Beuyinfleld, and his wife ami daughter, were the, guests of Mrs. Albert'Eweu,; Sunday. Banford White, jr., who has beeu doiun sonfq cafponter work at Irvine, if home. on i, visH.- Bob Stone, of Stanton, Is here Glad painting our 6oli6ol-h6usttiat Boweli is making a start to e. SHIM-FKSSE- N. al Van-Dere- tp-da- " It is foolish to think you can gain a good clear complexion by the use of face powdpr. Get at tho root of the 'trouble and :ib'or- onghly cleanse the system with a treatment of Dr. King's New. Life Pills. Gentle and mild in action, do no. gripe, yet they relievo the liver by their action on the bowels. Good for Young, adults and aj:Vd. Go after a clear complexion 25c. at your drogyial. to-da- Too Many Dogs Up in Jackson the city coqucil has passed an ordinanco to the effect that all dogs running at largo must be muzzled, and thu town marshal has beeu directed to kill all dogs found running at largo without muzzles. Several mad. dogs have beeu found, in Breathitt couuty nnd this drastic action was neccessury in order to protect both stock and pooplo. from being bitten. It seems that the mad dog season is consider ably in advance this year and it would bo woll for the people, or i'oweJl. county to take wwe action before any damage, to'defu) in this counjy. '4; . improve'. ; Uncle BillieTownsen J and wife left h few days ago foe Indianapolis; Ind;, where they will visit their aon-- few weeks. ' .f l-- "r - Mrs, Margaret Faulkner, Who for her Tom Pearsall, Ova O'Hair,. Mas at'- - Ashville, N. health, is much improved, Her rlon HuIIhs, Geo. Kwen .arjd AN f red Keel, all left fpr Okie sea Klbrtls with her. work, Whjiim to Miaw Srtlly Orey, Mudge Day so Muati better there, ami many aud Is EweVf. war very, pleas mere are goiug. Judge HMt aallers at the Mrs. J. A.' KweH s still ebHln'. a, frleuda jola ia wehleg the happy pair a lqig' aa prosperous life, Sy: gt kt i Mies Lilly KfHix of Bowen, and weu cSlad'e, were MW Aneji' Locklwt , &. (Jopdftfn, kme.'f emttayed t tieh the eeuselida ted Mee) 'kw'Mke Keex' ejrad at taeXHte Wef'wl, DENTISTS OFFICES. ud Hi'ah-,irtttw- V lieH retfewi ffiV ,m OLAYClTy OAMlON ' ' y - ' "t st r rf . - H r- jifc striking similar luck. John T. Potts was in Winches ter Saturday on business, and while there called nt the homo of onr old 'friend. R. P Rose. He says Mr. Rose has an ideal home a mile or so out from town, L.V. Senrles returned from and that his strawberry patch is Now York Monday. oneofthobeBt in Clark county. T. J. Kirk motored to Lexiog Mrs. Mvrtle Burgher attended too Tuesday on business. tho District Q larterjy 'Confe J. M. Daniel, of dark county, ence of the Methodist ciinreh at spent Sun lay with relatives here. forehead Tueslay, representing tho Epworth League and the Sun Sylvia Russell, of St. Hel day Schoo!, from here. A. P. OBB, spent Geveral days with relJohnson, who was to have a' tendatives here. ed as a delegate from the church, was taken ill Monday and, was 'Circuit court commences next unable to go. Monday, and quite a crowd will probably attend from here. daughAgnes, the Wm. White of Black creek ter of Misa Toska Russell, of Louis, neighborhood, was taken to Lexville, is spending a few dtiys as ington Tuesday by Dr. W. 0. the guest of. Mrs. A. T. Whitt. Martin, and will remain, at the Mrs. A. Rucker left last Sun- Good Samaritan Hospital for day for a week's visit among her some days fortro itment by spefriends and relatives at. Irvine. cialists. The child has lino a stomach trouble for the. past year., Rev. L. F. Martin preached at and the trouble has so far bafCornwall in Meaofee, Inst Sun- fled tho physicians who have day, with a big crowd and three studied her case. additions. A. B. Hamilton, of Blaiisville, Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Whitt, and Pa., whoJias the contract for the Addieon, jr., and Miss Toska new dormitory at.the Frenchburi Russell, motored fo Frankfort, College, was in towu Wednesday onH Wedaealay. .... diet llulu Ufig.lWil " J lUMtfi ... itVMU Humtliln. paid' us a pleasant visit. "Mr ACr. and Mrs. Pherigo and the Hamilton and his father buift Children, spent a few days this U 11,.: s .. F"" 10 I a?o. and later built . the college, . ,- - NEWS - M 0 -- as you nfvtr. tnoufnt could &;;yotu 'to commid? quick, ai you buy 6me Princ Albert-ifire-tip; a' - d you- - evrjr twbacco sat isfactk)a ;your smoke- -- appetite liiarikwed It a m n At a.tiNMiiaj-Kj'niiwutw-raA Aim 1 , . nif(knfl On tk ramw.iUa f it- - cms Plaat4 Mf: bitotawl pMnli! Prinoe Albert has always bu autfo Mr wUck 3t, itev or premiums. rLiMk5to been"i6ld;out9cou I rince Albert hMlMMM 4 .r-mt- ; . immM itrafhwri U - -M .WiftitfuL - ybu never ainhlae ifecf tte llke.ofit! -- iwanb-.rn.U- r, , w uu.. to.-- Rev. D. accompa proved so satisfaotprytharhe. was jwfby.VMw: Matherly , and the again called,ori to binild rihad- ditlou, td Mdefmyt? . 'a"s bfbrue Mr.5? GHack. eM of Air. and WIW.B.oodfordrOIay Gait- 5 wortbl V if 'ttIv:. it;tt Mrs. Birchfield, who has been weiaeman," all oi JBoutbon coun--tspent- a few days Jasfc weekjit spending a couple of weeks with the Virden Hunt Ojnb aad; ea- her daughter, .Mrs. H. G. OrnD-tre- e, to Ijer Home at joyed some good fox bunting. These gentlemen are all niembers Wilhurst, Tuesday1. of the club and all are enthusi mm: uaino uacRwortti and astic good roads men. They fiave; daughter, MksVirgie, returned offered to the county road coma fov4ay8 ago from Beattyville, missioners the right of way where, they spent a couple Of through their property, and have also promised to donato at least weeks .with W. E. Hackwortb. 250 to tho road building fund. Mmday and Tuesday, proclai m ed by Gov. Stanley as "Good Dog Lost. Koada Days" throughout the were not observed in Pow State, Lost, A hound dog, white ell county, as far as we can learn. Gpdiag-the.w.eek ajo ...u wuru. v!T lias I Hawaii r"-!alB!- E ceMitiiy hav a big jMinirif:. itmc way, m joom a I1 fj:;Saho 9t can and tfittAfc W ran'f mmkm . hw ny xxpcm an tney v znoxn nine or roll n-P- a cira- - tney use rrmce , A. try-of eojoyrnent lot ve m a suppiy. --. , 'i '., IT.:aBaMBaBlBBHaWrrJXS.tC T W. '.V'.ii - J iff J.' Mi WSll,i-T.r.ei-- -'i' y, - -- (Ceiiied"rom?inwa' Pl Tlro t," & JaHrvMUPk.'-jlf- l .rn:up,oiitiacwa. week, Jmm;!S!!1 looking thedi-VH- i- jMAihi ever with .a .View to havfaa which ;UwcK aaa vim the MqKitiRi nwMe tint aii), section with its n yuella jprnd territory can be ,rejMa from here make Clay -- the Ha: rJtkfcfeek: Ctelefr af the ti tbelFlsh. here this week." tocQia plete arrange. tneHts for a welt on the'lCennon traet. on Combs Branch. He has aottoe;,Laa'i bis rig is on the road here. . "V ,err.,Carr9.1 Bros., . who are Wluinowa aaaoag oil jnen as ved"t heir .fam woducer'sVbave ilies to OlayrCity. aod are having Mieir 1 iks Biupjjcu iiare 10 uii aoiae contracts tbejr have taken, ka4 alMjo;preve up some .OMlWA M:nhd'here- - 'Farr, 3fe,i'en, "(JLjr are ;ujjK hete looking over-- the . field tfi(h " a view to locating, j iiSu "... J. H McOlurkiii, who Vii8 ottho--' first opera tprs Tif 'the hore, was in Crab Orchard, bm-wa- y aud Berea this week, rnnk-ing wells on his holdings there. : ad pV. ' arrangements for sometfs ; "k Ocovad? W Dr. My CWM Talca -- with vollnnr our a hnrl Mm. Betsy Williams, who has over the loins. been visiting her parents. Mr. owner on collar lag. Reward i8 and Mrs. Wm. Jotinson, return ed Monday to Athol, whero her Gaitskill, Paris, opT. R. Ware.L, r' :rr7,.,,5r?..7,3? .opgcattina: 1 husband is stationed at present Virden. here. tendiax tkeir 11,1 28-2- Arh- annf' " Has name of gB,d One ef:chrinet:a;elve iftnooWiUA. W JH41V Aaapng. the arrivals w'ere noticed B. G. JtOH.rad.Grundol, pf t church 8wiyorning the suhjent will Detectives Wanted against the Holy Ghost" a Blithe evening service "Tho The undersigned Agency will HoVplrit in Prayer" will he consider applications for mem- - ae discussed. berafjip from certain localities in .Uit.gST" Mies Bobbins, .t 'tho Presbyterian e.9a:aa41tugttra,e This kad:aer i8iakta;'wll tar;hiS'gsfhtry lejiseejirired gt atore. fkS4 .meriaa., ,r;:be here this Prktt and St. Louis, Pr$jten$, aijdVice President, of tkatlhtVrriuriol'ia'l Oil "Tliey' looked oyer ,.ri!fT "7.,XTI'1v: di.y4 bi Ttia l., av,nLaaWto":'f; leashing at Highland Orphaas' Hone for the past tkrae'years, I eaves Thursday for Smoky Mouu tain Seminary at Tampa, Tenn., where she will remain for the preseut. who has been inals. at .the Christian En deaver meeting will be' "The The Topic UsefulaeM of Good Cheer," Jno. 16: 8. Leader, vMies Rut.l Neere. Everybody iovited to. atteed and make the meetiug an intefestiog oae. J4-S. Attorney J B. White, of In vine, was here Tueeday on t, aad paid us a pleasant visit. Mr, White sa,tea that the oil heew Yh JCettU eennty has bees the akiBg of Irviae, asd he i in heee of Pewell cenHty bus-iaee- word while here brl(((ing in of a head of Hardw1ek0rajCa4 group ef eastern eaitM,- - wfce tkara at aaath of ovar jr.OOQ ft. aaapi aaaHB jaaaaaaa s "ayawi a ai.tfiiaijicM js Treaaar'er ,ef the. Wa Bay arebeiag r.f reeented f-iaa'.iWI TAtmmi.fiU. an.. jouhi iirewarf 4aseii4.iiji MeOlaxkiH. 'have "tcqHiaM aareue iHrnrarH and one f tl,e best known en ake faiaM. b .Clark TREES. aai 4jjktr i8;tbe.MeuH eit'y., me .Greek r wkieh WaiK.aSyi Fxait I'M aad OmaiaeBUft ,paoe. valap at 'Aneru yf txgrald, of fe- - fHajtyya waat. , Shrubs, Qrspe Vines, Kfcebarb, As- Ge.-I- . dark and ottkii bar ineH, 0 , are here e waiting the arrival ef tjlelr stria'g' of tna)", parague, reoaies, l'Wx( Xeees, et. aeiiwMl a larxa lbek aavi, will arey4 ta drill ae'i oo ea EVERY THmO F OitCKiAD, w'thy airiye, TBbae. Fefiae!', a iy .Maitt jmlm MyAA. wiUe fraaa jamt LAWK AND QARDftaV. wail kaaawjreat.Vlraian atav- NO AGENTS MM (UTiIXW3IS to bjajto ariibia IbArtr t, (toebwg, aaar. 0, F, MHiaanyir A 'aaai. aaM&aat aaaaafc iaaaaaVal 'Ml TalJl Pa,, I 1L Kmmm aa ft. tar, 0 - lect Names and Ad drees of 'Farmers, &c. Collect debtB and fiirnisheemmercial re. ports to busmesB coacerns. We pay salary and fees. For full particulars write. Va. Tenn. Detective Agency. Incorporated, v Brittel TeBn.-V23-- St Mahoney Building. Oo a. ftrm been as )o&&i: fabejMMi titojtmjf: r - territory ' A it wil prove Hp a l aw for two of their rigs wbicB are opera tiog in other fields, to be eaUrarice, wipped here at once. la with, the Times pian, Mr, Pratt stated that he was A greatly pleased with h'el'ovvell Seld and that the high quality of the oil coabiBed with the shallow wells. kwould bring, operators front other, folds here,. Meesri'4 Pratt aad GrHiidell are larfiely con-rarttio- n ,'. ,.f This'hesj answer is Dr. Kjnj5, New Dijcoverv itself. Its a. plisif . ant sweet syrjp, easy to takelt-- , connuns me racoicuies wnion yeata 01 experience nave- proven pesc nw. Coughs and 'oldi. Thos3 Who have used Dr. KingV Nt;w covery longest are its best!.frieeoV Pesft'es every bottle, is guaranty, If yod dont get satfsfactionyou your Btoney back. Buv a bottle.' U8eas directed, kVp.p wbat'ds left 'for Cougn, hU" vCcUl - Kiat'M-N- mats bi.ute' inim. Ma? welte' have, been MoKIaaey Mouatain a fa Jbalr fka ana Received a at.U jWdII J. 4 4 . b, mS2 U.,aat O..U1-.-- aa,IfBMUiA. al U. laM. . i. .. t..ji. - . ia