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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): June 22, 1916 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1916 cla1916062201_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 22, 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. THE M. P. O'MARA, CLAI CITY We are Here to Help Clay CRy; the Surrounding Country and Ourselves. TIMES PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Editor .voLrxxr. CLAY CITY, KY,, THURSDAY, .Hi- - JUNE 22. J9I0. Woman NO. 25 Road Commissioners Vft-fe-- :- In 8pite the wet weather Owing te the high price t paper, ink etc., we we which has greatly hampered their work for several days the road cenpeled te ask aM eur subscribers whs are in arrears, commissioasftfl are proceeding te pay up, as we carmet affera', at' the present price ef teadily with their work and the surveying ,tts been completed These The Tines, te carry any unpaid sdbscriptiens. irom otaBiB: to uowen ana me whe hare received MUs fremtheehSce fer subscriptions 8urveyor8iO?ew are now on their way to.Lnlbjgrud, having passed We due, are asked te settle them as seen as passible. through OlijrOity Monday. As want te uaprere the paper with each issue, but k takes soon as tbelteute is selected and the surv.eyr completed the blue meney these days te buy type and equipment. prints 'Wil made and sent in oaal of the State ior ine jRoadTCo ssioner, after which will be advertised Mh& con Frenchburg College. They The preto buna a nnc aormiiery so s ana tne "turn let out. paring to be able to take care of the increas- paririg. plans and the de- ing number of students. f necessity a rather. taurwor TWh3tlr;aMniriui in French ing, but the commia- following about some of We find the vKok: m leoal business hmxr-b- if orking hard and ev our folks in the Winchester Democrat; il be made to have "Mr. and Mrs. S. K. Baird, of. this NauRa aoJwaon ot West Virginia, .Jr. if. kriaG as soon as possible MnJlobt. Baker. county, entertained with a delightful-dinner Thursday afternoon in iHi4y,i expecl home Mrs. Georgia Tompkins who, hoaorpfj, SVeiftlitlctpktea that there onfiat-- f Kx-ir iiBculty in selectine Ms trip toChlo and urday, became the.bride of Dr.W. ET. j ,uiay uny roijUiDe- Triplett of Winchester and MUte4rrwwf.. 'lArf Cmptoa Is hero ling. The dinner was, a prcttyjoygU ically every proper- ! Notice Making Headway. Big Plant to Be Reopened Suffrage Is Party Plank con- The Democratic National as. " JJ Daniel and Iment to the popular- - eoo ng the. road has ex-- -. .trowjMTr. ji turn's-- uuou . was served in seveiWwMHHWi - aHfta ..ii Pj-rH : ' ...... TW.l 1T1IM ITTniliril 111 TIM II lllllllllll - tKe,ianJtBMK essary ior a' piKe, y. commendable ac- aa the. road is fin- - uivuau k - -- preached rchrfsfianchuroh Sunday, andjlichard Crowe at the Presbyterian church, in the, morning.. Miss Alice Creed spent lat week in Lexington with Her sister, returning home Saturday with her niece and nephew, James and Eula Webb. r Bey. D. H. Matherly nnd wire and child ofJRIchmond,, who are visiting via CWijr:Ojty , were in Stanton one day 'laefeek with Rev. J. T. Adams. Revi Mrp-Bobt. O.X.Twb, aute m Baroft'aM'WMoftie the fiiil and other points in the'United. runs aim at will go on to UodsuI,, in States; ( Blackburn and son, Col-sof- a, -- and sister, Minnie Conlee, have arrived homo from Winchester wh'ero they stopped oil on the way Jroin Be-re- a. Do not forgot the Temperance Rally to be held the 1th of July. A npcciai program is being prepared. The W. C. T, U. of. Clay City and Nada are invited, to be present and help. The writer lias been away so much this past week that he has not been iblo to collect the news. He spent several days in Menefeo county looking work, peaching at after Sunday-schoand in French-bur- g, Roe Wells school-hous- e, Prof, and Mrs Weid-le- r, Sunday. who are well remembered here in Stanton, are still there in charge of ol will:give the stating' whereat. fiffeenuays.'ifii8iwili''be'oo'd Song, .wuuisu jkiiu ii guea newr, indeed, to the people, of Lord's Prayer. ' through, aiidilso stating if they Clay City and Powell eounty. and Song; where Dr. donated .the Jand or whether the Saskatchewan, Canada Topic: What is the Purpose of Triplett own, a wheat farm on which county had,to buy it. Mrs. Tripho spends his vacations. our Life on Earth? Eph. II : Revival. lett is a daughter of Mr. John W. Prayer. Williams, of near Stanton, and was Song. Baby Dies. Rev.- Elbert Winkler,t of Will- Tomp- -: '' the widow of the late John L. Seeing is Believing: Mrs. E. iafttrtr vtrhn fina Imlrl fmir ctm. U U 1UU4 U J kins, formerly roadmastcr oftheL.dc , LitUerEugena-Mastinthe youngest cessful revivals at the Christian Conlee. They E., who died some years ago. in "Jit. child of Mr. and Ira. Lowis Mastin, cnurcn Here during the past four will likely make The Foreign Christian: Fau-ni- e Sterling, where the Doctor has a good of near Will tcrsyille, died last Thursday Mountz. night after a.short illness of enteritis. years, will open another meeting practice. Mission in Korea : Mrs. W. R. OcThe child was jibqut thirteen months here on the first Sunday in old and was A yer bright anu lovable tober. Bro. Winkler is a splen- Cassidy. The Gospel the Power of little fellow, and tne. sympathy of the did preacher, his sermons being Administrators Sale, community goes out to the parents in uuiii lUKivuii aimi ...u ucnvcicu,i God unto Salvation: Mrs. F. P. i won their loss. "Funoral services were held Mountz. at the gravo'at Powell Valley church, and the public is cordially invited Takin" Stock : Ethel Johnson. The estate of the late J. R. ltev.Dillard l'otts who olilciated, tak- to attend. w niir.unrmr, aaui : a n ha itni Orowe, conpistjng of 137 acres of ing for his text, "Suffer Little Children Unto. Me," At the time of ers. Marie Pettit. Helen Vol me. laud in Montgomery' county,, to Come CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR Lawar-encRuth Burgher, Orplm Burghet close to Levee, together wjth. Eugene's death another child, critically ill, and is Lillie Burghsr. Sunday, June 25, 7.30 p. m. personal property, will be offered not out of danger yot. Dollie Mae, Soug. admiiii-stratorfor sale on July 1, by the Tqpic,-"Whis the Purpose aged six, was also quite ill but is better Report of Secretary.' ' Strauder Tipton and now. of jour Life on Earth?" Song. with-iWin. Jordan. This land is Leader, Miss Ly da Newkirk. Lengue Benediction. newly a short distnuco of the Preaching service will be held Judgcr.Gourlcy Here. oil .field and should bring opened immediately after the program, a good prjee. D. R. Danield is to attend Old Papers for Sale at The Judge Q;. W, Gourley, of and all are invited Times Office. the auctioneer. both. Beattyville', was in town Wednesday, and wid a, pleasant 'cull at lvppHyfeve fafi way vention finished its work Friday the at St. Louis by'adoptiug the parhas ty platform exactly as approved two by President Wilson and submitshort- ted by the resolution committee, mouths, will be ly. A small group of capitalists, including the plank on Ameri. among whom are A. A. Lowrv, canism and that favoring woman of Detroit, and Senator Beatty, suffrage but not until the harmoof Bowling Green, 0., have ar ny of its three days' session hmi ranged to take the business over been disturbed with a row over No voico and will be incorporated under the suffrage plank. name of the Kentucky Coal was raised against the vigorous the The plant will declarations of the Americanism Products Co. manufacture dyes and kindred plank, but at one time it looked products, and the business will as if the sniTrage plank had been lost. After Senator Walsh of Monbe conducted on a large scale. Mr. Lowry and Senator Beatty tana had told the convention that. are notn well Known in tne President Wilson himself consid-e- d it vital to party success, it was financial world and they have been here for the past few days, voted iuto the platform by a balgoing iuto every phase of the lot of 888 to lbli. The entire matter and only a few minor de- platform then was adopted with-oa- t roll call. tails now remain to be arranged. As it went iuto the platform L. W. Searle8will be retained Mr. as general manager of the con the suifrage plank stands: "Wo favor the extension of cern. Senator Beatty is authority for the statement that, should the franchise to the women of no hitch occur in the deal, tbe this country, state by state, on plant would be running within the same terms as to the men." thirty days, and that all the in debtedness, of the Pearsito Com HPWORTH LEAGUE pany would. bepaid off within . If plans at present under are matured, the plant of Pearaite Company, which been closed for the past 10. - U y V w V their-hom- e, aged-3,,wa- a s, at n Low Prices and The Times office, where ho is always welcome. Judge Gourley states that he in well pleased with the outlook, in his race for High Quality hyve a largo stock of general shoes, groceries, etc., and we know that by dealing with us You Can Save Money ' Wetry to keey our stock complete and oxor aim is iogive every customer full value, W'e mer-olititulis- e, the Republican nomination for Judge of the Court of Appeals, iu spite of the number of candidates who. Wye entered the race, Powell cuunty. tnay be depended on to give Judge (Jourley u good majority 'asf he is well known " SPECIAL SALE OF MILLINERY To reduce my stock here. undjtlu8e who know him . best.h&vehMouVt as his ability to make tt MtisfRCtory Judge ot the higiiell'obart in the state. for their money. WALTERSVILLE, Give us a trial. - rev Congress. RuW Hmry Waldron KENTUCKY JtsliAIurpIiy, attorney aLsaciHgtOB, IDwiixwratfr fmt ag a young has (Mitdidate for the my new early fall goods which will soon he coming in I am offering all trimmed hats At Special Reduced Prices bar If you are looking for money-savin- g gains call and see my stock. My goods are all new and stylish and my prices are reasonable. and make room for j. jHtln Mrs. W. for vampoeu uas- Oon J. Mountz THE TIMES, Suffered with stomach ills; -- A Democratic Newspaper Eighteen Years Old The Best Weekly In this Section Now Mr. Evans, of Lexingtpit. Has no trouble whatsoever.- CHEVROLET A Real Automobile M. P. O'Mara Entered as socond-clas- s at the Post Office Ky., Editor mail Clay City, at under the Act of Congress of March 3. 1879. A HOME-MA- DE PAPER. THURSDAY JUNE. 22, 1910 ANNOUNCEMENTS aro authorized to announce G. W. GOURLEY of Bcattyville, Lee County, Ky., s a candidate for Judcc of the Court of ononis inr run npvnntn Annpnin uis "We the Hcpubhcan party at the primary We are authorized to announce ROSCOE VANOVER Pike countv. ns a candidate for juuuc ui uiu vuuri ui aiiuuuip lur tuu Seventli District of Kentucky, subject to action of the Republican party at no one, and to let the rest remain the primary, August 6th, 1016. Governor Stanloy to handle. We are authorized to announce SIMEON 3. WILLIS of Boyd countv. as a candidate for Judge of ho Court of Appeals in the Seventh Appellate District, subject to the vote of the Republicans in the primary, Saturday, August 5, 1910. We are authorized to announce H. 0. FAULKNER of Perry County, as a candidate for Judge of the Court of Appeals in the seventli Appellate uistncto) Kentucky subject to the action of the Republican party at the Primary Election to be held Aug. 5th, 1010. "I suffered with my stomach for a lotiR time but after taking Tanlac I got immediate relief," said Mr. James Y. Evans, of 840 Georgetown street, Lexington, Ky. Mr. Evans is nn undertaker in the employ of Miiward & Co. "I feel that I cannot praise Tanlac enough for what doue for mo. I want to adviso anybody suffering with stomach trouble to give it a chance." Tanlac is a tonic which aids digestion, promotes healthy, refreshing sleep nud strengthens the nerves. There is hardly any portion of the body that is not benefited by the helpful action of Tanlac, which begins its work by stimu lating the digestive and assimi-lativorgans, threby enriching the blood and invigorating the whole system. Next it enables a weak, worn out stomach to thoroughly digest its food, permitting the nssimiln- g tion of the nourishing products to bo converted into blood, bone and muscle. r' It overcomes, it is said, that great exciting cause- - of disease, weakness. It renders the body vigorous and elastic. It keeps the mind clear and energetic and throws off the symptoms of nervousness and indigestion. It builds up the constitution run down by disease and mental and phsical overwork, quickens convalescence and is nn unfailing source of comfort to all sufferers from such trouble. Tanlac is being specially introduced in Olay City at.Eaton & .McQuire's store. Five Passenger equipped with Self- - ' r ; ( ' Starter and electric lighting system.. 35 H. P. Engine, weight 1750 pounds; v I R 6. B. Factory, Seven Passenger Baby Grand $550.00 o Tanlac may be obtuined in Stanton at Hurdwick & Co.; Boweil, Day & , King;---Colleg- Touring Car, 2400 pounds F. O. B. Factory, $750.00 Hill, Ginter Bros".; Torrent, J. Taylor Day; Irvine Drug Co.; Genet, Genet push Store; Waltersville, Henry Waldroti. town Tuesday, .and in the course of a conversation men-- Honed that the potriflico at Ciida had been discontinued in January. As we have been sending a bunch of paucrs to subscribers at Clida ever since the post office st that place was established, we areu at ,u loss to know why we have.noUbeen informed of the discontiiiu'ance of m it uuicu 1 Here. Luokjikupomet i wiu gotten Thjtr duties. body has E. H. FULLER, Agent For Powell County, STANTON. KY. : -M for in Judge Shackelford's charge to the grand jury at Stanton Monday was. one of tho best we have ever heard delivered. After calling attention- - to the ordinary offences which come under thoscopo of the grand jury investigations, he 'called special attention to tho carrying of concealed weapons and to offences against tho liquor laws Ho characterized tho carrying of concealed deadly weapons as -- "the most cowardly and dastardly of crimes" and stated that there was practically no offenco of any importance tho cause of which could not be traced to a combination of this and whisky. He also (attention to the abuse of public tho court house, which was the .. opening oi ine jasi icrm oi circuit t, and asked the grand jury to re- urn tlifl mriTinnra nrrnincr miv iwiMnim tJ a o In favor of good roads, and instructed The road commissioners are to be congratulated on the business-lik- e manner in which they are attending to their work and on the progress they are making. No weather is too wet and the roads arc never too bnd for them to be looking out for the best interests of the ppople. Monday, after tho heavy.rain the previous night, was anything but a desirable day to be riding around tho country, but the commissioners were out on thq job. alizlngthat that was an ideal time .to locate nthevroad between here,' and " Does Sloan's, Llnli Stanton, nvhich has occasioned cOncid- Rheumatism erable controversy, some stating that EM A?k the man wiio ,ys8 it, lie ono route would overflow and some that another was too wet. Now the knowH. "To think I suffered all commissioners know exactly the con these yeurg when one ' bottle of dition of all tho routes in wet weather, fSloau's cStfred nie." having seen for themselves on Monday, writes one grateful user. If you and they will use that knowledge for have llheumatlsm or suffer from the benefit of the people. 4 If you're anxious to add to your savings" Just live on a little bit less. YouriEARNlNGS;.are no.tsolimportant: nt'sMmS Wat mMo success. Liniment The daily papers a few days ago Col. Roosevelt was suffer ing from an Injury which lie attributed to being thrown from a horse. How- evdr, our opinion is that it was a Hull Moose or a Democratic Donkey that caused tho Colonel's injuries. stated that Neuralgia, Backauhe, Soreness and Stiffness, don't put off gettiug u bottle of Sloan,s. , It will give yui a urine surh welcome relief. and Booihes the fore etiff? places and you feel so muoh.'ueUtr Buy-i- t at any Drugstore,, only 25 cents. vJLt- Clay. City National Bank PAYS 3 PER GENT INTEREST ON SAVINGS Who Is Guilty? of Bowen, Old Papers for was Times Office. Sale- - at-- . The B. F. Button, I the grand jury to investigate the con dition of the county roads with refer ence to the work of the overseers. During tho absence of Governor Stanley and Lieutenant Governor Blaok, who were delegates to the Na tional Convention at St. Louis, last week, Senator Combs was ucting Gov ernor, and took advantage of Ids pre rogative to pardon several convicts,. among them Henry Blankcnship, of Pike county, and Allan Creech. Although it had been suggested that he would pardon Youtsey, no application was made to him for that purpose, but tho wholesale pardoning of other pris oners created quito a sensation. Dur . . : .. i. r .. 9 ..in i. i. 1115 1119 euu(b luuuiu ui umcu uuvuriiur Combs must have been entirely occu pied in either signing pardons or the appointment of Colonels, a number of Whom were added to tho already plentiful list. Lexington friends of Gov. Combs, ut a banquet given in his honor started a little boom for him for Governor, but wo think Senator Combs himself, by his actions while holding that important oillce, killed all the boomlets his friends could start. Ho would have done better ru pardon Youjsey, which would have offended It Always Helps says Mrs. Sylvanla Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., to writing of her experience with Cardui, the woman's tonic. She says further: "Before I began to use Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able to do any of my housework. After taking three bottles of Cardui, I began to feel like a new woman. I soon gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, as well as run a big water mill. I wish every suffering woman would give STANTON COLLEGE KY STANTON, Students Admitted at Any Time l One of the Best Schools in Kentucky. Courses in Agriculture and Domestic Science. Review Classes in the Common Branches will be Concluded throughout . CARDUI The Woman's Tonic ut the Term. By paying part of their Expenses in Work, Students may ge Kates at the Uernutory as low as $ .Do per Week. I 1 1 a trial. I still use Cardui when I feel a little bad, and it always does me good." .' For Information Wiite to tired, worn-ofeelings, etc., are sure signs of WomaH . iy irouoie. signs tnat you neea uiraui, tne woman's tonic. You cannot make a mistake in trying Caruti for ypur trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing women for piore than fifty years. j Rev. J. C. Hanley, President, Stanton, Ky. Old Papers lor Sale at The Blank deeds for sale at The Office. Times Times ofTice4 5 cents each. (let a Tlnttte Tnriflv! Die 5 Hardwick & Company Sole Agents for Queen Quality and t t t t . Walk-Ov- er Shoes - shoes combine style, comfort and quality, and badly fitting, clumsy looking shoes Walk-Ove- r spoil, the R looks-herwis- e of many an ot-dress- ed well WALK-OVE- man. shoes look well, well. Ask those who wear them Or better still, wear well, feel a b o u t th e m andknow them, try a pair and i learn why they are so popular. "The proof of the pudding We have them in the is the eating thereof." s new and also in the staple styles in both and regular shoes. low-cut- dainty, stylish, Queen Quality shoes-pret- ty, 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.) want will get it, as there are hundreds of Queen Quality styles in our big catalogue to select from. f .. . " - - : - Remember that we also handle Hart Schaffner 8z Marx and Matchless Brand clothing. Stetson and Astor Brand hats, caps, Arrow Brand shirts and collars, neckwear, silk and cotton hose and sox, millinery, 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, oil carpets, mattings, rugs springs beds cots mattresses chairs 'rockers, safes sewing machines wall paper diningfand center tables and oil and wood cook stoves. We also have mowers, hay rakes, Bain wagons, base balls bats and gloves, saddles, harness, hardware, queensware groceries, patent medicines, 4n fact, we keep as near as possible every thing every one needs. f Y t f X -4 If you are interested in new, ; up-to-da- te merchandise of quaity at low pries, quaity considered, give us a call f Hardwick &Co SLADE. STANTON, KENTUCKY Mrs. Tomlinson, of Bay City, Michigan, has been spending a couple of weeks with her son, Oh.irles. Mrs. Day has returned home to her daughter Mrs. Spencer, after spending some time in CLEANING I Y t f t Y t against children, of Lexington, visited his parents Sunlny. Misses Gladys and Annie Welch of Kosslyn, visited the Misses last week. Mrs. J. A. Bowen is still improving and is able to be about the house again. Miss Janie Fulks and Miss Bet-ti- e Prelilt, of Stanton, visited friends here last Sunday and hos. Congletott and he-rcon-glet- on Monday. Miss Lilly Knox has resfgned and will not teach the school here this year, but will accept a place that nefarious trafic which wrecks the lives of our voung men Every sensible man and woman who will stop to consider the question thoroughly knows that whisky is the greatest evil that we encounter. We know of six boys hauled up before last court for selling or giving liquor to injurs,, while three were tried fur murder, and whisky was the causo of it all. Why not stop the sale aud manufacture of a thing so ruinous to our homes and our children and get after the real guilty persons and not the boys who are snared by older ones? roof on his house. AND PRESSING. Prayer meeting every Thursday night at Dry Hidge. J. W. Witt of Ruckerville is vieiting relatives at this place. Rev. M. P. Lowry filled his ap- am ready to do your CleanGood work ing and Pressing. guaranteed able. and charges reasonOrders left with J. Bloom pointment at Witt school-housSnnd"ay, morning and night. e a Barbourville. The new case of measles ut this, t i mo are four of Joe Akers' children, one of Mart Iford's and one of John WUburu's. Miss Maxwell will return to her home at Frieudville, Tenn., jiext week. She will be greatly "missed as she has made a number of warm friends here. Her sister, Mrs. Oleson, will accompany her and will remain fur a short visit. Misses Ubi Shut tuck, Myrtle Dennis, Oapitola Stewart and Maude Maxwell, of Nadu, Maude Hanks and Annie Bowen, of Slade, Amy Wise, of Patsey, Messrs. Ed. Ewen, Ureon Bowen, Bron t Ewen and Alvin McDaniell, wore visitors atGcprgeForkner's Cleir Skin Comes From Within It is foolish to think you can gain d good clear complexion by the use of face powder. Get at the root of the trouble and cleanse the- system with a treatment of Dr. King's New Life Pills, Gentle ajid mild in action, do nov, gripe, yet they relieve the Dad To Have A Cold Hang On liver by their.action on the bowels. Good, for Young, adults and aged. Don't let your cold hang on, Go rack yonr system and become 25c. after a clear complexion atyour.dryguisi. chronic when Dr. Hell's will help you. It heals NADA tho nllammation, soothes the cough Your and loosCns the phlegm. breath easier at once. Dr. Bell's Mr. &nd Mrs. Otis Powell have Pine-TaHoney is a laxative Tar gone to housekeeping. " f3f Syrup, the pine tar balsam heals Miss MiJarKriox has returned the raw spots, loosens the mucous from collegoXat"New Wilmington and prevents in itaipu, of the bronchial tubes Just jet a bottle h Mrs. R. A. Barter visited with Dr. Bell's Pine, taw Honey friends inXoxJugton several days its guaranteed to help you. At lastweek. druggists. : - Mx Miltnderson of Clove-hud,- ', --tthor-ongh- ly to-da- y. Piue-Tar-Hney ; r Winchester. Jason Bagley night watchman is suffering from injuries received from falling off the lumber docks on Thurslay afternoon. The children of the Sabbath school were taken to Natural veVy Bridge Saturday, nnd pleasant day was spent. will receive prompt attention. JAMES WILLIAMS. For Good Bartering Try A. P. Johnson In Hie old stand, next to the Red River Hotel. Shampooing, and Scalp Treatment Clay City Clay Construction City, Ky. Co. THE WINCHESTER BANK, of Winchester, Ky. Capital Stock $100,000 Surplus and Undivided Profits $200,000 N. Holly Witherspoon, President. Cashier. W. R. Sphar YOUR ACCOUNT SOLICITED. TREES. Contracting Brick job too large-No- ne Estimates Layers.--N- o too small Furnished 0 Satisfaction Guaranteed P. Fruit and Ornamental trees, As- Lockhart & Goodwin, Shrubs, Grape Vines, Rhubarb, to-da- . r DENTISTS OFFICES paragus, Peonies, Phlox, Roses, etc. EVERY THING FOR ORCHARD, LAWN AND GARDEN. NO AGKNTS CALLOWAY'S CREEK. .Crowded out last week.) Sunday evening. We hope this year the whisky business for good and want the yotefor men they to see the wiped out people to know are . Plenty of rain at present. Iirge crowd attended court at Irviuo, Monday. 0. E. Musters is putting a new Ice Cream Jupper ou Thursday evouing which vtai a success. ' 'Mis8M,aullifMajcwelI of Friends. ville.Tennfnpehdiug some time wjth her slUrMrs. Victor Oleson. OAMPTON OhiOj'speat Sunday with OLAY CITY II. SbattuckT t The Ladies. p'f the Aid gave an WHEN YOU WANT A SHAVE OR HAIR OUT OR ANY FREE CATALOGS & H. F. Hillenmeyer Lexington, A Modern Sons. Ky. TONSORIAL WORK CALL ON H. H. PHERICO. Why do so many couples choose the of 2 a. in. In which mobiles wrecked? Mystery. curiously assorted inconvenient bout to hare their autoChieaco New. Judge Gourley Visits Irvine (From The Irvine Sun) That fine able gentleman of merit and friend of Benttyville Jadgo G. W. Gourley, was a visitor in Irvine Thursday. Ho is always welcome iu Irvine for the people here and Estill county have a great admiration for the candidate for the Republican nomination to the Appellate Judgeship. The Judge feels mighty good over the prospects for his success at the primary polls, and if Estill county could be taken as an Index, 10CAI NFWS Neil Wolters, , of Irvine, here a few days this week. Mra. J C. Fitc"h3ffL,exingt(in, spent Sunday lnreSjjtth. her sis ter, Mrs J,H. O.'ljSjl'.-- ' was Mary Simpson. Mrs. T. G. White entertained number of the young folks Saturday night, in honor, of her guests, Misses Ettaffpottcr and a Miss Ruth Eaton wns shopping morning, in Winchester one day last week. At the Christian church Sunday the pas.tbrj; Rev. Oloo nt-tli- o Purvis, will tnke.'Cfor his text, evening "Prayer," and Mr. and Mrs. 0. F. Tomlinson service his subject will be, "What Sun-diwere down from Nada over Little Things Amount to." y. Judge A. J. Kirk, of Points-villo- , Miss Etta Potter, of Adela, is attended Circuit. Court at the guest of her sister, Mrs. T. G. Stanton Wednesday in the inWhile. J. L. Oldham and others, of terest of his race for the nomiWinchester, . are preparing to. he would have little difficulty in Mtvssrs. Harvey Roberts and nation for Judge of j, he Court of s receiving a handsome majority Oarl Hendrjx, of Nada, were Appeals, and spent the" night at drill a well on the head "of Creek, and expect to start over all the opponents and lead- hercjj!aturday night. . Clay City. operations in a few. days. ing Republican of Estill county stated today that he would receive Mrs. Lemon Henry, of WinJ. R. McCutche'oTri, erstwhile - A. S Campbell, representing at least one thousand majority chester, is visiting her sister, caslnernt the PearsiieCompany,s the A. H. Heisey Company, of in Estill, county. The Judge Mrs. Emma Mountz. office, writes us from National Newark, O., was here last week states, with a great deal of conSoldiers, Tenn., that, he is how 'and selected a site for drilling The Clay City ball team went fidence, that he will carry (Mark, located in the .Treasurer's office on some' acreage southwest of Wolf to Stanton Sunday and got de- there. We are gladto know that town. Estill, Powell, Lee, Owsley, and Breathitt counties by a ma- feated by n score of 8 to 5. Mac has secured 'good berth Ohas. A. Gartlan, of Pittsburg, per cent jority of seventy-fivDeputy Sheriff G. M. Derick-so- but would have liked to keep returned here- this morning to ot tne total vote, in rnese coun- was here Tuesday summon- him here, as ho was-- fine fellow ties, he is intimately known and ing witnesses for the grand jury. and he and his family are missed await the arrival of rig, which somo days ago, but wherever he is known, it. seems from Clay City. has been delayed in shipment. that nearly every man is for him Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Matherly, :He was accompanied by Mrs, who have been spending a week Two ChlldrenD'le good and strong. Gartlan, and they will be here. Judge Gourley is not a noisy with friends here, returned to Wiifijn a WeeTc. for some time.j campaigner, but he is conducting their home at Richmond Thursday. The well being drilled on Slate tin's race in a quite, judicious and After the firsipage of The Mrs. G. W. Andersonj of Mr. of creek, seven miles north-eas- t convincing' manner. Be makes Sterling, spent a few days with Times had goheto press we here, has encountered consider friends easily and holds them three-yea- r Jier mother, Mrs. Wilson, this learned that Lawrence, the able trouble, with water, and is firmly. old son of; "Mr. and Mrs. Week. drilling at 140 feet. Not only is Judge Gourley Lewis Mnstin, who has been critstrong in the several counties in Luther Stephens, Master Com- ically ill for some timr, died The Kenova Oil Co. has anoth this part oft ho Seventh district missioner of Powell county, was Wednesday" n't. midnight," Tli e er rig enroute, which will be op but he ..will receive a fluttering here Wednesday morning. little Tellow madefa' brave fight erated, ou Black creek, about two vote from the other counties ' .'for life, ancTfor a fcwflays it was miles jtrom town. where the bulk of the vote will ' Dr. Martin reports the birth of .thought that, he wouYd .recover, daily eiWatson ,fc naturally be divided- among the a fine nineand a half pound boy but, late iWcdnesdaWffjief tooki-pooti ng;t be .ar r 1 va 1 ofa r i gwji ich i other candidates who are waging to tur,n'forthe;wor8e..iTriyra week .wll'1)set:QntbeLutberbtejb(b'erf8 strong campaigns in those counfamily, piace on xuurris ufeets. ago the ' baby 'Miss Toska Russell, who has ties Eugene, aged thir)eW months, been visiting Mrs. A. T. Whitt : T. M. .Beckett reports a dry After Bhaking hands, with his for some days, returned to her died of the same enteritis, hole ut Torrent, 12 miles above many friends and "substantial home at Louisville, Wednesday.' and:tJie.ynipathy'offtha entire here, at 1,100. feet. As this is adherents here, ho left for Mt. commuujtyigoes out.Ho the Heart Sterling feeling fine, fit, young A. Rucker was in Winchester broken parents in their double the second dry hole in this terri tory it seems to indicate that a and confident of success at the Monday in conultation with Dr loss. large area east of Estill Furnace polls. Browu. He returns for a is dry, the well at Slade, a few probable operation for a cancer. miles from there, having also the Boys. been dry. B. Smyth and 'Squire Jesse 0. sots" M. Smyth, of the New Virginia B. G. Pratt, President of the Some wags around town per section of Lee county, wereliere B. A. Bonnivillegs moving International Oil Co., of St. Louis, petrated a mighty mean joke on a day or so last week looking aft. his machine to another: location who acquired some acreage here the baud boys Wednesday night, er the interests of the heirs of on the S. G. Baker .farm, ' bout couple of weeks ago, has re a and caused some of them to lose the late. E. R. W. Cox, in some 1,000 feet from whorelhe'btoughC turned and Js preparing for ac a night's rest. With the aid' of property here. in a good well last weJc.'j tive "development. He is jaccom n telegraph blank and the conMessrs. 01de.idorf& 'Bonlmm paniod by Mr. Downey, an Okla nivance of Professor White, the Mrs. Tomlinson, of Bay City, homo operator. rebandmaster, a telegram was sent Mioh., was here for a few days nnd Clarke, the oIltpeu, ail turned to their homes; at Mt. to the latter, announcing that this week, visiting relatives. She 111., Wednesday, for a Advertise in The Times. the entire band, consisting of has been spending a few days Carmel, eighteen pieces, was called ou to wih Iter son, George, at Winvolunteer for service at the chester and Charles, at Nada, and training camp, with a possibility will return shortly to her home. of aotive service ou the Mexican The Universal border. When the telegram was The spelling match and ice Car exhibited at practice time, it was cream supper at the Cassidy a sight to see the "cold feet' building last Saturday night was The Ford Motbr Company is one of the largest conthat developed, and for a husky very successful and a nice 6Uiu in. the world 500,000 tons this year. sumers of. looking bunch of young follows of money was cleared by the laThe great volume of production oyer 500,000 cats it was surprising how many had dies. The spelling was very in. and the .efficient Ford manufacturing organization, some ailment which would pre terosting and comparatively few brings prodJupHon and selling coats' down to a minivent their going to the front. mistakes were made. for less mum. Tkatwby Ford buyers get more-cIt is said that Grnu Ilackworth Rev L. F. Martin is making Runabout $39o; Touring $44o. All f. o. b. and Joe Mountz denied being niouey. Detroit, afraid to go, but "there wives arrangements to begin u protracted meeting at Pilaris Hill, wouldn't Jot them." Syl Larisou was also very anxious to take his ncJf Winchester, beginning Aug. drum along, but said he had a 2nd, or about that date. He will badcoru and couldn't tund the bo assited by Elder Ed French, marching. Some of them have one of the noted, Freuch family not been seen since the call was of Powell counly long ago a announced, nnd we are publish- teacher here, but ndw pastor of ing (his in order to relievo their the church at Virginia, Illinois. minds and inform them that the The singing services will be in charge of Mr. Tyler Hughes, of joke was ou thorn. Bear Traok, Lee county ; a ting' er noted iu mountain music" cir Advertising in The Times w'U cles. It promises to be one of DitU&rijfc Ford Cars for Powell County. pay you. If you don't believe It the biggest meeting of the sum ietiis convince you by a trial. mer. Hard-wick, e n few dujs, after which Jjiey will Veturntto go at the drilling again. Messrs. neien & Sherumn, the Down in Winchester, our old driller, will also spend a week friend, Oapt. Harry T. Slrother, at their hollies before starting, well known nil over the country the noxt well. both &s nh expert shot li'nd ns it pat'ribtio citizen, has sturtcd a J. T. Wright, of near Spout Springs, was in town a few days movo'mont to organize a company ago and paid The Times a pleas- for servicoon the Mexitfan border, ant 'visit. Johnny says the oil and in the same issue of the paper fever is mighty bad iu his part in which this announcement apof the country and that every pears is un advertisement, asking landowner is sure of having a that the borrower of the Captain's fortune under hif cornfield. De- two rifles will keep themoiled to velopment word will be com- as not to impair their shooting, menced there shortly aud we qualities. sincerly hope that every dream comes true. Sunday Services During June, July ami August, the Sunday, Schoolof the Presbyterian-church- ' will be held at 0:30' A.m., nnd the nre.iohina service at 10:30 a;S, every Bunday. A Twilight Service will tin 1ia11 a f tha artltrwl.lintian nf Hid Orphans' Home every 8unday evening extended to all. f Preparedness, Will Mv riilM TL-Dr. Kins New Discovery? - a This, boat answer is Dr, KingV New Dijcov'ery itself. Its a pleaBj- ant Bweet syrup, easy to take. "It contains the medicines which ear and Cold. Those who have used Dr. King's New Discovery longest are its best friends, evpry bottle is guaranteed If you dont get satisfaction you ' get' your monpy back. Buy a'i; 11, , DOtue, use as uiicutru. what is left for Cough and Ci'ltijr 8nurance. Coughs wis'-shippe- d - To Build School. - ts.-- - The suit brought acain.sttire".' County Board of Education" .by;,?. T -- . Co.-.ar- e - - tha;wifa-oTD')var- k , DarliDsville Bchoojj waslnedT Shackerfd-dexidijign . otfie' trourf theBoalfd.' schools ewilf-ac-coraingly oe bunt on tneite-'v 'vtiti ? selected,, Circuit Court.. Circuit Court wis couveae'd jit'-SStanton Monday, and after: the of selecting and ln Btructing the grand jury, and other routine business, the mills of justice started grinding aud: -. to-da- y Scared OiLNotes Tlie docket is not a veryJ heavy one at this term, and will i i 11.. prouaoiy uo cieareui up iuy i caseB . . , end of tha week; "MOTICEl "f i FORD During the months of July and August Dr. Goodwin will not bo at his oflico in Clay City, but will return Sept. 1. 25 Ot. Entertainment at Nada My. Howard Roberts entertain-e- d a number of his Clay City friqnds at the Brodhead-Garr'Hnntrnlnw at. KTafta laah nPlinrcatr evening. A delightful time -- was ett ar A. T. ptt, Clay City, Ky. spent with muBio and dancing, and refreshments consisting of club sandwiches, olives and were served Those present were Mr,4nd Mrs. A. T. Whitt, Mrs. T. G. White, Misses Mi'la Knox, Toska Russell, Josephine Mary and Adeline Hazelrigg, Simpson, and Ruth Eaton; anil AfeMrs. O. H. Hendrii, Harry; L- Ruswll, J, O, ICaton, R. Q. Bail- ey, W. M. Lane and John 0, Vor oof-fe- e, ' ' derl)ruggen. Otl and at The Gs Lmm fer j SU Time' 4kc. $ v ... iff