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CLAY UITY, if.:H-bfi- I KY, THURSDAY, Powell-itc- s AUGUST .17. J 91 6. NO. 3i! STANTON. (By P. O. I Snow Creek Church. Onhhuridrc'd vcars-- ago the old iiquriBiiiiiE- - Man Escapes After s Horse Drowns. the heavy nun Tuesday a Will be There. Colored Folks Leaving ,aferiloon, V j, - tor jft a ' ' , " , A Mrs. Profitt's sister of LouisMarshall and Congressman Thos. groes hn,ve left Montgomery counF. Heflin,' of Alabama, will be ty in the past few months for ville and her four children from the principal speakers at the Northern cities, principally in the Masonic Home are visiting Winchester opening of the Dem- Ohio, where attractive wages are here. ocratic campaign on September ueing oitereu by big concerns Prof. Shearer and his wife, who Oth. It. is also probable that Hon. who have war munitions con was Miss Mina Knox are here Scott Ferris, of Oklahoma, will tracts. The vote in the two col from New York visiting their address the crowd that is expect-- , ored wards here in the recent many relatives and friends. He ed from all parts of the State. primary was less than half cast preached at the Presbyterian All are oratorsAif the renown and last fall. Many vacant houses church Sunday. will interest, educate and are to be found throughout the Tho writer spent four days in The people of Winches- colored section. Local agents Menefee county in and around ter and Clark .county aro work- for industrial insurance companFrenchburg, and not getting home ing day and night to make the ies who do a large business opening the greatest in the his among the colored folk place the till Tuesday night, he is short on news this week. This has to go tory of theBtate and they are of estimate of migrating negroes to press on Wednesday morning. tuo cuaracter that know no such much higher than above quoted. Mt Sterling Gazette. S200.00. word as foil. With the tlow Mrs. Mollie Crawford and baby, And still some people think it oratory, the feast of barbecued Martel, who have been visiting Increase in Population. is right to tax the peoplo living meats, . burgoo and other eata their parents, Wm. Hardwick The preliminary report of Vi- and family, were called along rue Uardwick's Lreek road bles, all who attend are insurer to Jack and all other roads in the county that they will feel that it is good tal Statistics show that there son by the killing of Alex Craw to be there. Everybody is invit were reported during the first six for 20 years to build one and a ed and expected. ford who was shot bv George months of 1910, 28.G06 births and Spencer at Oukdale. half roads in the county and at 14,003 deaths, leaving a net gain Prize for Moonlight School "May the 9th, 1835": In the year of tho same time let these peonle Among those who attended the our Jord, 1KJ5, Sunday school commenswim the creeks nnd plunge the The State prize for the best of 18,703 in population. Of the Blue Grass Fair at ced at Snow Creek meeting house, first Lexinftnn mud. Tho vyriter is one that moonlight school will be a trip to deaths 2,070 were taken away by were Wm. Sabbath in May.". Hardwick, Robt. Con-le- e tuberculosis; 1,078 by pneumoThe Rev. Peter Akcrs was then does npt believe this is righUand Washington asguest of the Ken and wife, Dr. J.E. Lemming, 1 shall fifjlir such an unfair Dron- - tucky delegation in Congress nia, and one by small pox, the the minister on the "Lexington nattie Hardwick. Others proby ositiou. ;Ot cuit as is recorded by this old next winter wlijlo Congress is in most guarded against of all dis- ably attended but the writerfail-e- d Rev. Akers prized volume. This session. The Kentucky delega eases; 070 met death by violence. to get their names. Speaking. : Mnva'sii great uncle of Mr. J. W. F. tion in Congress is composed of This vital statistics law is reThe Blue Grass 'Federation of Senators OllioM. James and J garded by many as a bother, but The Sunday School picnic that "; i!mimS "ost valuable and Labor is arranging for a big cele- C. Beckham ; it is good for us to know how fast was to have been held some time ilttaclie ,of this office. C2nsressmen Swa bration at Lexington September ger Sherley, Harvey Helm, J. 0 we are coming into the world, ago and was called off on account .i t Work Starts on Koads. nd, when Hon. W. B. Wilson, Cantrill, A. Wj. Barkley, A. V, and how rapidly we are depart- of rates, will be held in the near LlV t Ttu4- itnKAdo Miff tnt in T?cf ill .Ann. Secrexar-of Labor in President Rouse. D. future. Mr. J. D. Atkinson has W. J, ingand from what causes. -v ry Elder Geo. ,W, Mcrntbsli'lifts be- -' WilsonTcatine't. will'deliver the spcured good fates and the date lV$inn?airBJbhn. Shoot Well rails. cun the improvement oi uiat principal addreps at 7:80 that son, J. W. LaifgJey. High hon will be announced later. The Virden well drilled in two stretch of rough road along his evening. There will be other ors will be accorded the winning The new fence around three farm. He is nutting down bed speakers and a great time is an teacher by the delegation, in. weeks ago was shot Monday with nitroglycerine, but it did no sides- of the cemetery is being put rock and grading up the road, and ticipated. A general invitation eluding his presentation to the For principal points good. The oil in this section up at this writing and is a big graveling it, making a is extended to the public and al President. upon which the prize will be is not producing the show we improvement to the town. Sev-erroad of its kind. organizations of labor. awarded, write Kentucky Illiter have" all been fondly came in and cut down the hoping for, Elder Mcintosh so improved a acy Commission, rranktort. Meeting Closes. uuc uriuing is not all over, we weeds and grass that had grown portion of this road two years ago Returns Home. earn. Here is still hoping for up and it helps the looks of. the the two weeks protracted on his own responsibility, and Wo are going eon something better at the last hour place very much. thanks of hun meeting conducted at Phavis Hill therefor received the .Hubert uurgher, the only dreds of travelers. This will be on Olark county, in which Pastor L, of John W. Burgher, of Vaughn's Oil is found in nearly every hole to form a Cemetery Association F. Martin, of this city, was as. Mill, has returned home from the put down, but the quantity is too and charge dues of 10 nonts the route of the Stanton-Irvin- e smau. month and hire a man to look scat road. It thus seems sisted by Elder 0. E. French, of soldiers' camp at Ft. Thomas. after the cemetery and keep it in that Estill without bonds will beat Virginia, III., closed Monday Ho was not mustered into serv Kentucky's Share good condition. We will bo verv us. There aro other enterprising night with seventeen additions ice after being called there, as Kentucky will get, this year, proud of it then and it is honed to tho church. 0. T. Hughes, of reported in a previous issue of citizens in tho neighborhood who of the Government's that everybody $07,471, who is interested Bear Track, Ky., led the singing. The Times. He enlisted in the will join in where Elder Mcintosh $5,000,000, appropriated to all in tho looks and This meet ing Was pronounced by service of UncleSam about twelve improvement of leaves off. It is also a cinch that he the States for the improvement the membership to be the best months ago. but could not at this ot roads over which U. S. mail is the place will juin tho Associaknows how to build a road, and has time pass the examination on ac carried. The law provides that tion. Send in your name if you dona as much work on tho roads. ever held at this church. count of underweight and a crip the btato or county must put up do not see any of the members near him without pay as any man Still Improving. pled font which he cut a sliort ike amount, this money can in Stanton. Toby Anderson is only be spent in building roads, putting up the fence and ho Ben Mastin, who was brought time after he enlisted. Assassinated in Tennessee. is which, when built, must bo kept called the best fencer in Powell Wm. Whitt wub assassinated back trom Cincinnati several Trustee Election Changes Time. up by tho counties. The law The election of trustees for the provides that all roads so im- county. at Edvvina, Tenh., Friday night weeks ago in a very serious con who so remained for He being a native of Clark coun dition, and lite Chautauqua held at Stan common schools will not be held proved must be substantial in some time, is uow improving ty, the remains were brought to ton was a splendid success and this year in August as formerly, character. very satisfactory, and his physi was thoroughly enjoyed by everyWinchester Sunday where they but will be held the first Satur Goes to Indiana Bank. cian, Dr. Martin, is now hopeful day in October instead. The law were buried Monday. So well O. C. Atkinson, of Stanton, has body who nttonded. he will get up again. This was so changed owing to the fact Whitt married Miss Maude that be good been elected Cashier of the New pleased were the citizens of the will news for his many that the primary and trustee towu and county that Kimbroll, of Indian Fields, u r friends who have been auxiously election coming on tho same day lichmond, IikI., State Bank, and ng men have signed the followto John Kimbrell, of this city. the guaran in August always caused a slack will move there to assume his du- awaiting a turn for the better. and his wife at ened interest in the trustee elec ies. Clarence is a very profi. tee for next year for another tended the buriul at Winchester tion in favor of the often oxcita- - cient man and will make good. Chautauqua from tho same buDynamiting Fish. able primaries. Monday. for several years Mr. Atkinson reau, but with different and bet-te- r Two distinct explosions of dy. talent: Dr. I. W. Johnson, was connected with the Clay City namite in the river near the ediReturns from Hospital. Died at Bowen. Fred Blackburn. E. II. Fuller. F. G. Coulee returned yestor. National Bank, and later with M. R. Lyle, O. O. Mose Uuftoti died at his home tor's homo was heard by the Atkinson, J. F. writer Saturday night. "We do day from Lexington where he the bank at Beattyville. at Bowen and vaa buried at Chop Ware, Wm. Hardwick, Luther Clay City Boys Promoted. Oheafnut. He waB 84 years of not know as to how many fish they underwent a slight operation Stephens, J. C. Uanley, Romulus U survived by. a wife and got, but we would like to see the ast week. Except from weak age and Tom and Allen Rose, formerly Jackson, John D. Atkinson, Mrs. ness and a slightly paled face, f this city, have each boon pro late Boliaunan, R. O. four children. He was buried law get them in rigid clutches. Hall, J. R. Mr. Coulee looks but little worst moted to tho position of conducwith the honors of the Jr. 0. U. Sampson Wins. Stone, Bert Crowe, John W. Wil- ed for his operation. A. M., in the presence of. a large tors on the Irviue division of the iams, Judgo A. T. Knox, J. M. Complete returns show the croVd. & N. railroad. Cecil Tracy, son of Tilden Welch, Robt. M. Coulee, James election of Flem D. Sampson, of Tracy, of Dayton, is visiting his Ohauey, F. O. Wills, J. S. Ewen, The heavy rains which coutiu. Burbouraville, as the Republican W. S. Oanuiug, district divis Frnnkliu cousins, Hoke and Lwen, J. Milt Coulee, O. .u to Jal.'kening the river up a nominee for Judge of the Court Smith. ion engineer, was hero last week tobt. N. Crowe, James Welch, Wm. of Appeals, instead of A. J. Kirk. great, portion of (lie (line, is do ooking over the road the Road The condition of Wm. Eaton. Dudley Caudoll,aud tho mik ngpod .to crops.qn the riveVi of Pain,t8ville, as the first reports Commission has had located and Garrett, Sr. has become juiore critical in writer. H(i.i8 vYashlpg hillside fields. Indicated. surveyed. the past fow'day8. Jt has been definitely decided According to a well informed traveling optician, that Thos. R. local colored citizen, over 250 neVice-Preside- Derthick.) - orguiuzuuuii vi thing 6? thhait. Ajmovemcnt however nas: uepn suiriuu- jo. ruviyi; - una T". C. 'i t..i!..L.tE'Ucnurcn, ann aimosugyougic" niuiiuy Jms .bqe.tf promised wbmld a house, ' Manjr-o- 'tholicst people who. ever . liycdsm'this county fere buried in the ' Sfj nT.nS.ti vnnl 6Jfc', Tliia 6& burial hnC recently been place fenced arid clearcd'oiT. C. C. Dan- jjpl who tiwns the. ' adjoining land, .;will giye'tbore grqund to the old '.fsite'rand help to finance the undcr- taking. fii" this connection it may be in tercstihe to state that the editor has in his possession, handed down to him from his great great grand daddy Niblack a" bcund volume of the Methodist Magazine published in 1825. Written in the back of "this book we find this inscription, legibly penned, in ink: piriarip'copijTnq.si - yasjjft , f mlr whose flame we could not, learn, but-isome foreigner, drove into a creek crossing on the creek ro.'d. The water was very swift and washed the buggy and horse down stream. The man made his escape by some one coming along and rendering aid. The buggy was found some distance down the creek next day, completely demolished; the horse was found still further down the creek. Ihe horse nnd buggy were the property of a Richmond livery. Persons who saw the horse before drowning say he was well worth -- Hard-wick'- s eleo-trif- high-Vvl- hon-"jrabl- c- - y Freld. zr - first-cla- ss al ' sis-to- Mr.-Klmbr- -- - ' such n school. Few other counties KENTUCKY STATE like Powell arc so blest. FAIR AT LOUISVILLE Stanton College is one of the in stitutions of the county for which In September Will be a Great J. E. Burgher, Publisher. it should be exceedingly proud Attraction. And to think that it cost the counmail mat- ty nothing; it being n present hand Entered as second-clas- s The Kentucky Stntc Fair to be ter nt tho Post Office at Clay City, ed to us. All people of the county held nt Louisville in September unKy., under tbo Act of Congress of should remember our home school der the nuspiccs of Kentucky State "March 3, 1879. when they prepare to send their Board of Agriculture will doubtless children to college. It is the equal be the greatest show of the kind of any school in the work it does, A HOME-MAD- E PAPER. ever yet held in the Blucgrass besides being a home school which State. duty binds you to patronize. Each day will bo marked as THURSDAY, AUGUST 17, 1910, something special for that day. session of the The last s' Monday will be known as passed a law that no Wc tire advised by a dispatch Day Booster Day; Tuesrates should he raised in this from Frankfort that "the dogs of the Slate have added S15.919.48 to state for two yoars. Ihe insur day is to be "Governor's Day; the fund for the education of chil- ance companies then agreed to this Wednesday, Louisville Day Indidren in Kentucky. Last year the because of fear from the impending ana Day; Thursday, Farmers' Day Good Roads Day Manufacturdogs contributed 39,022.10 fortius danger of more drastic legislation. ers' Day. This will be the greatpurpose. Pike county heads the They arc now trying to crawfish by dog tax list, paying into the State interpreting the meaning of the est of all days. Friday will be Treasury 2,409.02 from this source. wording of the law different from Fraternal Day Press Day; SatBoyle county collected but S5.31 in what it seems to be, and the advice urday Commercial Travelers' Day. dog taxes. Many of the best coun- of Attorney General Logan is sought There will also be several special ties of the State arc entirely with? before the State Rating Board will nights. Fred R. Blackburn, our member out dogs, according to the records grant an increase asked for. of the Board, has grown very popEvery company that tries to in the State Auditor's office. Notably among these are Fayette, should be driven from the ular and he is always placed in Franklin, Bourbon, Clark, Bath, State and never allowed to return. charge of some of the most imporFleming, Fulton, Grunt, Harrison, Their principles are too bad for tant positions. This year he will have charge of the Department of Lincoln, Madison, Mason, Mont- good morals. Horticulture, Poultry and Pigeons. gomery, Nicholas, Oldham, Owen, A writer has truly As "Horticulture" is one of the Robertson, Rockcastle, Scott, Spenthe failures of life most important of all departments cer, Warren, Washington and Web- said are caused by beginning at to say nothing of Poultry wc may ster counties." Powell continues to pay a big the top of the ladder, instead of feci that our Fred has fared fine at We cannot the hands of the Board of dog tax, her honest citizens not yet the bottom round. to dodge it. stand still, wc must either go up having learned how The most of us must continue to or down. If we begin at the top - WHEN YOU HAVE A COLD pay a tax out of proportion to our to move, we must conio down, Give ft attention, avoid exposure wealth on account of the 20 per and we always do. Powell coun- be regular uiid careful of your diet, ty has had too much experience cent raise by the State, because of this kind, and too much "bor- also commence taking Dr. Kinjr's some few persons in the county sucNew Discovery. It contains Pine the Board of ing with a big augur" too. The ceed in tat, Antiseptic Oils and IJnlnams. Supervisors in their annual sittings. industrious man who has learned Is slightly luxat:ve. Dr. King's We must do better than this in how tolive within his mean?, and New Discovery eases your cough, the future. We don'jt mean that has taught his family the same soothes voiir thropt and bronchial we must dishonestly fail to report traits, will seldom come to want, tubes checks j'our cold, sturU to our dogs, but that our county Su- whatever conditions may be. clear your head. In a short time pervisors must use the same system A prize was offered last week at you know your cqld is better. Its of ascertaining where raises should tlie Pcrryville fair for the prettiest the standard family couglfyrup ?n be made on individuals as the State girl. As a result of such contest uce 10 years. Get a bottle at once. now uses against the counties. the drug stores, it is claimed, sold Keep it in the house as a cold in If all reports coming to us are out their complete stock of paints surance. Sold at druggists. true, Natural Bridge has become a and powders, while ribbon counters Many regular market for the sale of li- were entirely stripped. of the fair ones did not get to enter quor on Sundays. Now we do not mean to say that there arc houses on account of being unable to get As Trustee of the estate nt this place openly selling, but it is decorating material. The one winning the prize happened to he a and for the creditors of claimed that a large quantity of booze each Sunday goes up on these girl who braved an entrance after the Farmers' Union Supexcursions and it is bootlegged in;,alinS to get the necessary . trim ply Co., I will on Friday, the woods thereabouts. It is not ming material on account oi tne charged that the railroad company supply being exhausted by others. the is illegally shipping liquor to this It is believed that the Sheriff did 18th day of August, 1916, point on Sundays to be sold, but it not do a "land office business" in the late place of busiis stated that certain parties appear collecting tax in this city Saturday there on Sundays with immense and at Vaughn's Mill Monday from ness of the assignor, in quantities of liquor which is hal- the number of unused receipts he Clay City, Ky., offer for tered and sold, too often causing carried back to Stanton. The tax- sale to the highest and disturbance in what would other- payers are willing to pay their taxes best bidder, the general wise bo a peaceable crowd. alright for everything but the road The Times is not to dictate how bond tax. They will not hesitate stock of Merchandise, this nuisance is to be suppressed, to pay this tax when the roads consisting of Dry Goods, but it should bo stopped, and that traveled by the masses of the counGroceries, Notions, Shoes, without delay. It is an easy mat ty receive any attention. and all such articles as are ter for persons to bring a supply of According to the Department of usually kept liquor on the train in suit cases, in a general and dispose of it on the grounds, Agriculture, hogs, cattle, and sheep I will first offer and got away on the evening train nre two per cent higher than they store. Ordinary methods will not catch were one year ago, and eight per same as a whole, and in the trained trixsters, it seems. Then cent higher than they were two case the offer is not sufextraordinary efforts should be years ago. Such good prices with brought into use to catch the de big crops in sight should certainly ficient, will then sell the stock encourage the farmers. bauchers of character. auction. ( THE TIMES. 4 CHEVROLET A Real Automobile. ft v 1 "Chil-dren- Five Passenger equipped with Self-Start- er and electric lighting system, 35 H. P. Engine, weight 1750 pounds. 0 $550.00 F. Seven Passenger Baby Grand Touring Car, 2400 pounds F. 0. B. Factory, "rc-ni- g" 0. B. Factory, $750.00 E. H. FULLER, Agent For Powell County, STANTON. KY. well-know- n one-ha- lf If you're anxious to add to your savings out-witti- ng Just live on a little bit ess. Your EARNINGS are not so important: It's SAVINGS that make for success. , ' ' !.' Trustee's Sale. Clay City National Bank PAYS 3 PER GENT INTEREST ON SAVINGS at STANTON COLLEGE, KY. STANTON, Students Admitted at Any Time One of the Best Schools in Kentucky. Courses in Agriculture and Domestic Science. Review Classes in ihe Common Branches will be Gonduclcd throughout theTerm. By paying par, of their Expenses in Work, Students may ge iates at tne uermuory as low as qi.3o per Week. For Information Write to at The school laws of Kentucky require that each ccAmty Board of Education maintain a high school. The Legislature that passed this law forgot that there wero so many email counties in the State. Were it not for Stanton College in Powell, it would bo impossible for us to have this high school, but owing to Has pplondid school in our county, vp are enabled to have every requirement of the law at an expense h of what it iiot to exceed would cost the cqunty to maiutuin ono-tont- Gov. Stanley has nnnointed the editor delegate to the Southern Ap- palachin'n Good Roads Convention to bo held at Lexington, September 5, G, 7 and 8. If wc can escapothe conscription of our own road demands we shall aim to be there. Terms made known on day of Sale This Aug. 7, 1916. H. G. CRABTREE, Rev. J. C. Hanley, President, Stanton, Ky. PLEASE RETURN. Roll' case, und to it was Mnfc-M- . Trustee. of pursuing a jolly disposition. For (lood Itarberlni; Try Tho host wuy to not aloui: in this world is to take tiling easy. A. P. Johnson If you 1110 disappointed, laugh it oil and resolve to enjoy yourself In the old stand, next to the Red River Hotel. 111 spite of an occasional streak of mid luck. Hard luck soon tires Shampooing and Scalp Treatment The person who relieved the lto MiiBonic charm bC'loning to anothS. 1). Rose of his revolver and er person. iRose. svutch during his Inst illness, will The spirit, of order must rein in kindly return the 6ume to the undersigned. The levolvtr was pearl a home before the;children can ac ' handled und the watch wus in a, julre.it. "' attnohed'i t A Danville Man's Letter - Makes a Strong Appeal; Glad Advice for Weary. One if the most humanitarian wus recently the great Tanlac lub oratories. "It is a remarkable .letter from its seuse of humanity towards all mankind. Jerome 'Ezra Taylor, 11. F. D. 1, Dauville, Ky., is not an orator he is not a man gifted with o silver tongue. His words are "plain but they com straight from the heart sincere honest trustworthy truthful. . Mr.Taylorisau artisan, a steam litter by trade, his appeal for the relief of suffering humanity would ulmost wring a heart of steel touched the most calloused received-at letters ever written soul. men : Do you suffer, due to overwork trying to reap a little harvest for your for family "trying" do you understand? It certainly is hard when you are sick to hear the doctor su: gest a higher climate, saying ''It is your last chance.'' I want to say this, after suffering from a The letter is as follows: Danville, Kentucky. To the public and building trades- run down system and hearing my physician say "there is no cure for you" just eight months ago. I am a well nnd happy man. I can do a day's work with more ease than I ever did in the past. My aid came through an established remedy called Tanlac. It has made me feel fine put real life into me. That blessed medicine is a life preserver and I gladly recommend it to any and all who think that life is worth living. (Signed) j'eronie Ezra Taylor, K. F D. 1, Dauville, Ky. It is just such letters as these, from people who are grateful that has caused Tanlac to become famous from Maine to California the and from the Great Lakes-tGulf of Mexico. . Tanlac is being specially introduced in Clay City at the store of Eaton & McGuire. Tan uc may be obtained in o I Mr. and Mrs. Asa Todd spent Powell Circuit Court. Sunday with the latter's mother, Mrs. Martha Martin, on Snow Llllie Belle Watson, Gdn., Ac., IMffs., J. S. Tuttle lost a valuable Creek. vs. Equity. Geo. O. Watson's Ilelrs, steer last week by eating dyDeft?. Miss l.elia Miller aud sister Notice is hereby given that the plainnamite. from the oil itelds are spending tiffs in the above styled action pending Wilbert Berryman, of Clark a few days with their aunt, Mrs. in the Powell Circuit Court, will on county, was in this vicinity last Geo. Clark. 10, move said court in Sept. Oth, special term to authorize the guardian week buying sheep and lambs. The showers are making corn of the infant children of Geo. 0. WatRev. M. P. Lowry filled his reg- look fine. If it continues season- son, to lease the oil and gas in, on, and ular appointment at. this place able there will be a line crop. underlying,aiid the surface of the below described lands, for the purpose of Sunday, a large crowd attending. Outs have been a failure. producing and marketing said oil and Robert Murgison, who had the Mesdaines Geo. Gravett, Char- gas, for which the above styled action misfortune to get his arm broken lie Clark, Sain Carr and John is brought about two weeks ago, is improv- Burton will return Monday from Said lands are in Powell County, Kentucky, and more particularly deing. Cincinnati where they are visit- scribed as follows: On the waters of Mrs. Nannie Warford, of Rich- ing their sister, Mrs. Charlie Nel- South Fork of Ued River and bounded on the north by the lands of Weeden mond, and Mrs. Beadie Ballard, son. , Tipton, on the east by the lands of of (Jorbin, visited relatives at A Doctor's Remeby For Caughs. James Jtryant, on the south by the "place last week. this As a cure for coughs and colds CALLOWAY'S CREEK. (Crowded out last week.) 1 GENET The Genet cash store together with "Sam's pnstolhce" have been moved 907 feet northwest to the public road. Mrs. O. S. Drake, of Hamilton, O., Otis Powell and wife of Na-d- a were the pleasant guests of Mr. F. G. Powell last Saturday and Sunday. s Dr. Hell's Honey these remedies in just the right proportion to do the most good for summer coughs or colds. A trial will prove the value of this splendid cough medicine. Dr. Bell's soothes the irritation, stops your cough, kills the cold germs and dees you a world of good. A 25(3. bottle will more than convince you it will stop your cough. A', druggists. Pine-Tarcom-binePine-Tar-Hon- ey lands of John Marcum, on the west by the lauds of I.en Brat ton, and containing 117's acres more or less and being the s'iine land conveyed to Geo. O Watson by Dudley .Mcintosh and wife, and deed bearing date December 10th, 1901, and of record indeed book 17, page JO", Powell County Court records. Liliie Helle Watson, ltobt. L. Tipton, Guardian, and other plaiutilTs. Stanton at Bowe::, Day Hill, Giuter Taylor Day; Co., Genet, Walteisville, f T ? T t Clearance Sale is now We are giving greatly reduced prices on Summer Goods. If you want to save money on your purchases take advantage of this cut price Sale. Remember that it is our aim to handle as nearly as possible every thing the people want, so among the different lines we have many articles of Merchandise on which we are cutting the price during this Sale. If you are needing a Sewing Machine, now is your chance, as we are cutting the prices on them also, which makes the price a large per cent lower than you would have to pay a traveling agent whose expenses purchasers must pay. Semi-Annual fio. t Hardwick fe t t f Clearance Sale. t t t t t Semi-Annual B. F. Hatton, of Bowen, mail It is easy to understand why contractor, Singer sewing ma- "the fool and his money are soon Co.; Hardwick and King; College chine agent, Supt. of our Sunday parted," but the puzzling part of Bros.; Torrent, J. School and prayer meeting is a it is how did the fool get the money to part with. Irvine, Irvine Drug very busy man these days. Genet Cash Store; ADVICE: Never buy cheap or unWell say, Mr. Editor, let's irll Henry Waldron. known cosmetics from bargain stores, let up talking about that poor live- - and stores, etc. Such old bond issue, it seems that it goods too often contain deleterious has gone the way of the soap grcdients whieh do ultimate injury to bubble. It never did have any the kin. All Elizabeth King Toilet & The real man is one who always finds excuses for others but never excuses himself. Henry Ward Beecher. Your Bowels Should Move Once A Day A free ease movement of the bowels every day is a sign of good health. Dr. King's New Life Pills will give you a gentle laxative effect without griping and free your ten-cesystem of blood poisons, purify your in-- 1 blood, overcome constipation and have an excellent tonic effect on entire system. Makes you feel backbone and seemed to have Specialties are of superiine, warranted the Miss OUie Hoskius. like living. Only 25c. at druggists. quality. been built on a sandy foundai tion, and as to paying the Sheriff the "pike tax", We don't think SPOUT SPRING Y Vernon Christopher has returned to Middletown, O. A uumberof our people attended Court at Irvine Monday. Mr. find Mrs. Ed Mcintosh, of Winchester, are visiting relatives here. Shelt McKinnpy made a Hying trip to Indiana last week in the interest of some oil leases. on Low Prices and High Quality lie have a large stock of general mer chandise, shoes, groceries, etc., aud ice know that by dealing with us You Can We Our going on. Save Money . V T The oil well being sunk here 'Squire McKinney's place is down about 400 feet with favor- try to keey our stock complete and our aim is io give every customer full value for their money. Give us a trial. t t t f ? able indications. R. H. Curtis, of Winchester, was here last week to see his father, Thos. Curtis, who lingers at a low stage with some form of stomach trouble. Robt. Mcintosh has been appointed road overseer on the two roads leading from the village to Plum creek, the Powell county line, and Millseat creek on the road to Irvine. This means the best road possible with the labor Henry Waldron WALTERSVILLE, - - KENTUCKY t f It Always Helps tonic. She says further: "Before 1 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. 1 wish every suffering woman would give at his command. I Hardwick .1 & Co., - Stanton, Ky. A t t ? ? ? t t Some of the Clay City road will probably bo relocated to get better grades. VAUGHN'S MILL. (Too late for last week.) says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., In writing of her experience with Cardtii, the woman's Joe Clark was homo from Cincinnati Sunday. Miss Dean Barnett speut Sunday with Miss Iloyt Mize. Mr. Tom Curtis is quite ill at this writing with stomach trouble. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Mize aud CARDUI The Woman's Tonic ut SHINULG MILL FOR SALE. Irvine will sell a water works Lane's Patent 20,000 daily franchise. Thoscliedulo of charg. Will es has been fixed at DO cents per ; in prime condition. aell at a bargain. 1,000 gallons with a declining Ym, Davis, Vaughn's Mill, Ky. scale to 21 ceuts for largo con. FOR 8 ALE. Burners. buggy, and Pony, rubber-tire- d Black leg is reported to be harness. For particulars, apply among somo of the cattle in to"B. P. White, Jr., Whitley county, Qhiy Oity, Kv. T - family spent Sunday with John Mizo. Sam Mize and Grant Barnett left Monday for Akron, O., after a week's visit at homo. Miss Viola McKnight has returned from a visit to her aunt, Mrs. Charlie Nelson at Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, feelings, etc., are sure signs of womantired, worn-oly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's tonic. You cannot make a mistake In trying Cardui for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing women for more than fifty years. a trial. I still use Cardui when I feel a little bad, and it always does me good." Get a Bottle Today! I( Local Brevities 'Squire BrFrilhtton, of "Sow cn, is in tho city today. It. B. Burgher, of Winchester, is.iiv the city on business. , . A False Report Corrected. Jesse Eaton lias located for the 'present at .Dayton, Ohio. Strnuder Anderson left Tues day for Middletown, Ohio. W. T. McGuire and son, Wal ter, spent Sunday at St. Helens. M. F. Osborne, of Lombard, was in the city Monday on busi ness. Misses Carrie Goosey and Lena Hammons spent Saturday in Lex helping to locate some farm lines for oil operators. It will be re ington. membered that Mr. Williams is a Dr. Goodwin, dentist, will be surveyor and knows in his' oflice at Ofay Oity, Septem more about Lee county farm lines than any other individual. ber 1st. first-class In glting a report of Prof. Jas per A. Cox's death a few weeks ago, we stated that his wife was dead also. We are now clad to sov that Mrs. Cox is not dead. She is a sister to Mrs. J. D. Tip ton, of Stanton, aud Dan Tipton, who lives on Black creek, this county. Mr. J. D. Tipton inter viewed us Saturday and informed us of the error. We got our information from a reliablo source aud they in turn also did or they would not have told us. Such mistakes will oc cur despite our most precautious eiiorts. J. W. F. Williams is in Beat tyville for a few days. He is "A THE UNIVERSAL CAR ' 1 - New Prices August 1, 1916 The following prices for Ford cars will be effective on and after August 1st, 1916. Chassis . . . . . . . Runabout Touring Car Coupelet. Town Car Sedan . Judge Hugh Riddel!, of Irvine, CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR the city Wednesday on Sunday Evening, August 20, 1910. business. Tonic: Growth: Body, Mind and Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Margi Spirit. Heading: Luke 2:40-5son visited relatives near Irvine was in 2. . . . . over Sunday. Edgar Curry, of Lexington visited his father, J. J. Curry over Sunday. liev. M. P. McOluro left for Irvine Monday, where he will spend the week. J. Mauppin has returned from a four weok's visit, to his son, James Mauppin, at Irvine. Mrs. Boyd Curry, of Bear Track, has returned home after a pleasant stay of several days with friends here. r. Louder: Shelby Burgher. For answer in the meeting: How can we help or hinder bodily growth? What is our responsibility for grow ing or not growing spiritually? What means of growth have we at hand? What food for spiritual growth has God provided? How does the Church help our growth? What value have Friends for growth? What things hinder spiritual growth? What is the spiritual value of an Ed ucation? . . . $325 345 360 505 595 645 '"'4 f. o. b. Detroit These prices are positively guaranteed against any reduction before Aug. 1st, 1917, but there is no guarantee against an advance in price at any time. . . . A.T. WHITT Agent, CITY, KY. CLAY Will Sloan's Liniment Relieve Pain? Try it and see one application will prove more than a column of claims. James S. Ferguson, Phila., Pa. writes-haveMiad wonderful relief since1' I useo sjoan's Liniment on my knees. To think after all these years of pain one application gave me relief. Many thanks for vhat your remedy has done for me.' Don't keep on sulfering. apply Sloan'6 Liniment where your pain iB and notice how quick you get Panetrates without rubbing. Buy it at any drug store. 25o. : Administratrix's Sale! As A'lminis'ratrix of the estate Mr. and Mrs. G. Hack worth and of G. S. Spurlook, deceased, I will Mr. and Mrs. Win. Johnson visit- sell at his late residence on Red liver, near Lombard, ed Mr. and Mrs. 0. F. Tomliuson Saturday, Aug. 19th, 1916 at Nad a Saturday and Sunday. the following personal property : " Winchester has decided to 1 corn planter, build hay rake, , its own water plant, and will vote 1 cultivator plow, 1 mowing machine Nov. 7th on the proposition of 2 turning plow&, 2 double shovels, $180,000 in bonds to pay 1 wagon, ,1 harrow, for it. lcartandharness Hay in barn Mrs. Louisa Faulkner, of Win- 8 stands of bees, Oats in barn. chester, and Mrs. CaU Derickson, IS gal. roof paint 1 pair of scales, of Lexington, visited their sister, I) mules, black, bay and gray, 7 hogs, sorrel mare, Mrs. Margaret Rose, a few days 2 yearling heifers 3 yearling steers, this week. 1 grist mill, earn sheller and crushMaster Harry O'Rear aud er outfit, Miss Ethel Duncan returned Sun- 1 pair scales at mill 1 shop and tools day from a three week's visit to 1 grist mill at Filson, Ky., with sheller and crusher. their aunt, Mrs. J. C. Fitch, at Lexington. All sums over $5.00 will be sold on credit of six months evidencCarl Garrett is marketing his ed by note with approved securicrop of fine watermelons. They ty. All sums under $5.00 cash in are larger in size than any we hand. Mrs. Louisa Spurlock, have heretofore seen. The qualAdministratrix. ity of these melons is also fine. , . 1 'I 6 water. Aorfecto!l for either ronled automobiles. Made from finest Pennsvl- II uila Crude. A rale. thin. hl;h fire fetnll viilchN ds free hr. I'OMtlvelr Ireo from carbon. O-- i rour Auto Oil will fuc first purchase of one bbl of No nlsh FREE one 55 ml. steel barrel with faucet, fine to use by you for permanent storace. Price of oil in lroibbli., 45c per tilloc CHAS. C. ST0LL0ILC0. Order from 01 joor fttaline, cop "Engiline", powerful liqilj . LEXINGTON, KY. .lulaiirt f or l'.'.t eaclnet. treue. bird oil. trmlmiiilon oil. J fu 1 re-lio- f. Commissioner's Powell Circuit Court. Frank B. Itussell, vs. Sale! Plaintiff, a ANNOUNCEMENT! My Fall Showing of Mill inery will be ready for your inspection on and after Thursday, August 24th. MRS. W. J. MOUNTZ. James M. Lane, Defendant Notice of Snle in Equity. By virtue of a Judgment and order of sale of the Powell Circuit Court, rendered at the March Term, 1010, thereof, in the above cause, the undersigned will on tho 4th day of Sent., 1010, at one o'clock p. m..or thereabout, (being Court Day), I will as Master Commissioner, proceed to offer for sale at Public Auction to the highest bidder, on a credit of six months, at tho courthouse door In Stanton, Ky., the property mentioned in the judgment, t: A tract or parcel of laud lying on the mountuin between Pecks creek aud Cut creek, and in Powell county, and described by survey us follows: Beginning at an ironwood at baso of limestone cliff, the same being a corner to James 8. Crowe and Isaac Lowe ; thenco a straight line pusslng over tho cliff and to top of same und with the lino of said Lowo; thenco leaving Lowe's line and with tho center of ridgo and road, said ridgo being known as Crowo Hidge, to a pino on north side of said roud and about 60 yards east of point of sandstone cliff; thence N. und W. course, passing over tho stild sandstone clill and continuing with the center of ridge, something moro of a Jvorth courso to the point or end of said ridgo ; thenco a straight lino to a pino at top of limestone cliff; thenco with the top of limestone cliff a North course to where tho four mile circle I crosses samoj thenco with said circle lino crossing the ridgo to the limestone cliff and lino of said Luno about a south courso to a sugar tree, corner to said Lane's former boundary ; thonco with top of suid limestone cliff and with tho to-wi- WHEN YOU WANT A SHAVE OR HAIR CUT OR ANY TONSORIAL WORK CALL ON H. H. FHERIGO. THE WINCHESTER BANK, of "Winchester, Ky. Capital Stock $100,000 Surplus and Undivided Profits NT. $200,000 W. R. TREES. Ilolly "Witherspoon, President. Sphar Cashier. ACCOUNT SOLICITED. YOUR trees, As- Fruit and Ornamental Shrubs, Orapo Vinos, Rhubarb, paragus, Peonies, Phlox, Roses, etc. EVERY THING FOR ORCITARD, LAWN AND GARDEN. N'O IKeUnlydmiidFnzo Dictionaries (mghestAward) tjiven to at IKe Panama- AGENTS FREE CATALOGS & H. P. Hillenmeyer Lexington, Sons. PacificExposition yvas Prrni fed to Ky. WEBSTER'S NEW INTERNATIONAL Superiority of EdacauWl Merit Thla new creation answers with final authority all kinds of puzzling questions such aa "llQwiaPrumyH pronounced "micro jg jr;an. ' jyuat la continuous rot. agr"XVha.tlaahowiUerf" "V(Mt la- unua cocuf "now .m ttnt. . Ttrru .ion uioufianua oi ouiers. iiuuiwui iuiuiii Mere than W,m Vocabulary Ttrac. 39,m Ctoyphlcal Satyxit. 12,m W0raUeal EBtritc. few MM line of Isanc Lowe to tho point of be ginning, containing 75 acres, mare or lees. Or sufficient thereof to produco $247.81, so ordered to bo mado, Tho purchaser will bo required to ri r' give bond, with approved security, for the payment of tho purchase monoy, to have the forco and effect of a Replevy Bond, bearing legal interest from the day of salo, according to law. Bidders will be prepared to comply with these terms. A lien will bo re tained on the land sold till all the purchase money is jfuld. Bond puyablo to Master Commmlsslonor. LUTIIKU STEPHENS, Master Commisssloner, Ann. of Sain and Costs, $297.61. Muc-tr8- 27M Pagw. The eafedfetfea. arywHb the MM rirefct f w SMHMv Writ R!UrJh&. for soL men imsm, eto. frea. a act of 'octet Mum It you bum tfitt MM. i )