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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): September 28, 1916 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1916 cla1916092801_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.): September 28, 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. mo-4- - 0 -- rrrf- lJI . f 1 JL 'JAiLMf PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY! Kftrrhtr -.1 Piihlinhri. IT, .'yir-ttt-1 Clay City; Ihs Surrounding Country and Ourselves. fr XXJ r ji'lJl'UJ-- j GIA-TGFPJpC-Y., ii " ! . '.'Hip: ' ' TJ3UESDAI,. SEPTEJffiER" .," " 2. JOI'C. NO. 3P New Methods on Bootlcgj The fact fhat the Circuiij over in Mcuefec county if igating'the ?liipnef of licpi that county, may lend other 1 ties to take up the qtiP3tionl is a ..certain fact that when! man-haso mUch liquors to him, more than he bly drink, lie is' bopflj It should be prjma facie" oi sale wnen a man receives as undue nmo'unt of liquor at one of more express oijices. J he law prohibits the shipment of liquor into dry territory duly for per sonal use, then when more is shipped to a man than ho can drink, the conclusion is positive. And such a person niay be a pat ron ot several express ollicos neareet him. ' If such is law, and it surely is, there are some boys operating out-oClay City that will surely smell the patching sooner or lat er, and so may the express com pany. No stones should be left unturned that might open-- rthie to a bootlegger, and we believe " here is one. . s f Our PbsHlori en the Road Question. STANTON. ,Befdre,,IKtfbdnd issue w'atf vot'(tiy'P. O. Dcrthick.) y Herald gave a review of the viU ed' thePow'f'Il Fiscal Crttirt 'ap Prof. Johnson' was nt Nnda v ileitis; wh?x:H 13iil'fi6ued', $2'0';00ff td the' fro Restraining .Order,, f ssued rifiiis Kentucky-oi- l herq he hold services for them. Circuit Clerk against Road Tot course included the Powell eaSt M Station and' $20,o6o Itf Major Blackburn- wafJ' iit Commissioners. county operations. The repor. tlirf rWds"'iwt of Stantttn, ririd 'Mrs. r'oads'd'e'gilated for improve'-rfeah'- f Lexington last Thurtfhly bti busf-netlitf ": ' ' ' yfendants, flip, ?PW0Jlj frfdiiaMWdaVareirly cor' 'ft wasM!nowti'th'eh llidf the' J$4O,00b Would not improve' Mrs. llelen Japkson and jjaby dSep"t. 20 flrH-PfTf- 8 these' r'dad's'ffi'r Mr", ft E; Tom's-o- left, last, Thursday for Louisville and actlrifcrany tli'B Sta'te Department of Tub-- herfiiom'e. beJoy as polished in the Herldi Cknpmissiouera Jo5M"fjla8 Hrlll'ba'dSi tfo fflformed the (odrt, ' Mis3 Katid Jackdn is visiting p.lTiwejijJonitf b'rttyYibylsevenYtftk but 'if w"as.':n:hdersf ood that "the' friends'; and' rclafiveg in Bp'Wling irsel.fjixDavers, made motion City field, Powell county, smat? ptfoplP liVirfg on these-- raffia Green tlils week'. Khnolralfnrrt h'txWiu-- t pP.oI??lPlor dry holes are plentjw b. , . .V. The United Oil Co b test, on thfr w"6ild hSIr '''fliid 'raise mo'iiev' Mrs. Belle Lee will move this enough"MW make such improve week into the house of Ben Hall -- ' ments. bued for the defendants, by At-,- ."well " Now aiHd'HTie rriad Bitua'tiori' back of Catron's store. ''iaFre; on'llie Jackso'd-ifarm'atidliepre-fientativ- e n'ey;'&F ifi Spender, Gast'of1 Stanton we' are' not sulli- Miss Golden Shackelford rcturnr ported' dry. L. A. Watson and Myers, of Covington. Mdrm'ed to discuss and ed Sunday from. Hazard to enter others No. 1 Luther Stevens farm, cle'dtly' Judge Smith Hays, Judge Beuton umped 5 leaVcthat for others to do; school again this year. bbls. . B. A. Boniu- nrl Attorney A. T. Stewart rep rj'tftlh'thiaf-enof the county we -- Miss Perl Skidmore1 '"was'hdmie Beaker farm", dage vine's resented the plaintiys, w'irP 'promised the inip'roveme'nb1 ovc.r,5Sundny ,and reurning.brpught, . i son JiYd FirzaerSl'ddilled a dry dPft!ie' OrafktJ,county rbad, the' ner umo. protner wan ner.- tfidissolve the injunction, and re- road and the1 iarjnjiA aou M5ntg6riiek-,yicountfAaeil tn rnise the bond aboye-- f noie on The election of. school trustees The magis EstilF cbanty feet. DrjjBser and'others second $1,000. The defendants wiH. apwill. bp held, the first Saturday in farnij tratert signified their 'thteritiou Kwell on. the Greerr peal the case. The WiooPwas pumped-flvafter tlib'election tb comply" with' Octqber under the new .law. j bbls. l&tlv contested in the local court "John H. MeClUrkin.'a test on this order to a letter, but tliey Dillafd' Martin and wife, of the aiidwill be so continpe until- ithe Sarah Vance farm, pumped wefe1 stfpplatoted by a Cdrhmiff-- Soldier's! Home, are herb visiting P passed uprabyheourt!of '.five bbls. and No. 1 Emma sion that sought to take all the rela'tives arid friends this week. fieals. Mountz, is good for about 3 bblsi money frbm the Estill coiirity G.Thalaw provides that Road HooBhaw, Henderson and others rob'd arid 6 the money from thei E. Cowgill left last week for Mt. Sterling and other points up be selected Commissioners shall well on the Geo. W. Clark farm Mbritgomofy county road, raise C. & O. for a business trip. bv the Fiscal Court, lp" days be- - Juftiped'fchWbbU. THelKenova no subscription and build only the Mr. Wm. Hardwick and daughlore the election uu mo uuuu the Clark, county road. Thefper natnes;publi4h5d jo Oil Co.?fl test on the.Virden farBS ril& ter, ,Mrs. E. G, Cowgill, were in and their taVely submitted to tliiB and U1. " Cincinnati' this, week buying goods. . some newBpuupr. The,pJa.intiffsL?'I?r'01 loBtjatonanewaniora vv T aslte'di thaWthe Commission' inte is Mandatory r1becauBefBel' claim this Mrs". Minnie Thomas and her 6'vo' tKe iEsti 1 connty'road" and farmr, Mrap and other? drilled itJaayB shall, and th (W&autS !phlHhywotfldli4'ul'lUti' daUgMePMtffVel! leftist 43$?ffir aTfrv hoie'in a teat on the Shel sav it i'a only directory, and may tTiWibUe;iriacknvjUeJ si1 h b cyr.f at nt a w4 th ;i)fj parti wi,!j ih'frQdrrJtlfiserorj !tfeW t'dispfAe visit- ol jnasaou ftlr. JJawgon; vho isnerRUo., nd-j- n rjeonort was filed in court to get theWat- - ingr wittt a)mulu8 jacKson' una vAte8t oir. farm, at a depth of 800 feet. The Wi f bdcahlo'tfihiTnds) of rihel family, leftfof ih& hdmein Chicago Moran well was drileld to 600 Magistrates wbo' were under 2 Calrw Die with Blackleg. promibe fo the.lpeople.- - . jitilica: Things will spon bp ready fpr, t6e aam&county, ,AtJ-.Becr- y. Thetdatk cotinty road is 10 fine calves froin a dry bole on the John Breuden- the new depot.. Thp aeveral head of milb8'itr lengthfUhe Montgomery construction of hNrcr tflrm ' lilarikfefer-Bfopndationiis all laid and the ohim-nottrOW fitly; length county road itfmilea-iis. being, built at this writing: remauT&calvfcvaWirtelKffed cbuntyJrbadiiB'13 miles tlie'Estill learqed the trouble .and has Ke Mr. Joe Clark1,.. of Hardwick'fi itflengtbi makmgsln alii IT' hilled Tticbard Crowe wlH'' have an pn- have itot lost oie. since. creek, and Mfss'Zellu Sams, of of 'road in Mfe westtiorrion df the tertajnment, at' his school on Ppin- not hearVof'tliB diseae'e, oh. n- - Spoub..8pringvef? !rriried at pounty.7 'This) $20,000 divided peii Friday rlight', and an admission oiheRiFoweJl opupy farm, .yaghu,a,Mi 'Cbrlstian Church among- - these roads' maker$l,lir of fifteen and twenty-fiv- e cents will WriR&t, or i !, ' Saurdaj-nigbpeT rnilb' for ea'chtoadl If' the be charged. ebme of fiiff cattTe somVV'WeBks thjs city, officiated.,, Thb people' want a- betten road thau Mr. J. S. Ewen ia having his silo aVrn to have Trink.eve, church'WBbeautifuHy decorated tluwill; build, thojftmust mhke filled this week, Wp nepd silos all iTD wen uun get oyer PowpU county. They arc ono aud the ceremdny was witnessed dp! more mbneyi aadVtiheY-W- ill themt Statb 'aidoiwdll help to of .hft best, friends that the farmer Uurber of friends. by ChiM Dies SdHenlyl .. sVell this fundifromyfear toydnr. can havti oh hisi farmi Deatk le.Mfi'lU6 threVyear-olW6 are for this division! arid 'RiHs.1 Bettw Hardwick is. visiting daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. Rankin Thomas Curtis passed.away at borib dther) 'Ifwe tail tb'gPt' in Winchester And. attended the' Barnetti.fymihiB hlayiljipe tw.orjTjilc?s jsputh of tliia we are irt favor of knockihg qjcldck; ihii ahis'ity-uidf- t died.; a rowning af tqr, a Pdt' th'eibbnds art'd theW vdliUg tti State Convention ofctlio Christian Church. The witer also.toQkjn the tlupat. lingering imjirtivl) bhffroadj aiid if 'tlie peo tho 'Convehtlbn one day. chiiBTa&'boeH -- ajliug a fqw ble, aged 08 years, The burial on tb do this, airtight, but daVB and Mr. Barnett icamo Ben Sewell, of Jackson, who marrithe. home 'ilace Monday. He; is w'edb i'bbjeot tb building ' roads town 'bejoro. daylfghtjpr Dr, eurylve.d by' ar wife and aeveral unlleV broken prdhitse! Wd did1 ed-a. ,Stanton girl has bought' the children-- . He As twice ruarridd. aglee td iPt'alb tiie rnbtiby go bii; beautiful home of Mrs. May Hind- child and. left: to call' tin it one fba'd, if weAiould duly got to man in Jackson. This is ono of the iter lie .raafaea ,of the Buys Farm in Hardin County. Iiilprbv'P the Efctill' rbad UhdOr best and most 'desirable, homes in M. J?, Osborne one of- Powell before arriving at that town. county's .substantia farmers,. .has bat riow" Wt!aRree'bo1yl to5 Donald1 Bohannan arrived last recently purchased a farm-o- f 304 Child. thfairiand' rigHfc thidgdo 'just week and has entered school. Ma(rents L acreaiiHBrdln'enoty-fer- ; (promised, or rion Atkinson came as far as Lexas ihe'irjeophv-w.ere'fjy jittle, spivqapso puy 600. . j from dbjOhlog,. i i8ii?n ington and went to Now Washingpf,Ir. Ejipsabethtowu and ia. well im- ton, Ind., .where, ho.is working in mm, of W cjty, pu.tt Firiancial Revert. the bank with his. brother, Clarparents were soon to lose Wo publish thSB week the Sher. pqrca8ea.,farmilujtiarA'.B- ence. htneB8 as the little' ono iff's'seitie'lu'erft1 and" tfie' Treas-urer'a i SUs'SmH'Fsrm. ' ' tfway Saturday and was Mrs. Bcttie Johnson, Rev, J. C, re'pbri'1 wliicb s'liduld bo lunuey atrtlie cemetery. ' John '1'; Wrigfie huk 'sold tb r4ad by e'ibry 'taxp'ay'er In the Hanlov and wife and Miss Bessie aTak 'us tb' 'eiprBsS tlarriSpn; StrangMVis 'ifyY farm' ktitiCt couutV. ?he law ' Quire's sUch Hardwict atterided the W. C. T. ' adresyni fhis' ferflutiins tlieirWi of flfty near reporr tb' tie. Vhb)iBhedlonce eaPli U. convention at Lexington the rtliknks.fPi't hbdeVd ibu and Spout Spring, , Th pncfe is not yeaV, apd bir Ffajril Court 5s' tn past week. Mrs, Johnson will .visit .IHV P their neighbors have reuuefr" feivau out, but'It- - is known. to be 'cu,Ririien'Ud' li cpmpllance in Winchester i boforo returning J 'the' uetyhb&rh6btfo'f"f30'Per wjtl'i tlie law in Ihfe; particular. oruem, in hohic lem in (neir rO t fiin-cjns. "!m lk lioad 1 , K 1 or , -- WF-tt'I- Nos.-.2;ffu-d) tue-itos- e Ciill e - 1 Cw Injures year-ol- d Boy. Hershel Baker, the thirteen- son of Mr. and Mrs. S. G. e im-!t- if Baker, of Vaughn's Mill, came near losing his life Friday when a cow ran away wnn mm ami dragged him .over, quah F0lind pn w.hjch .wjra.spnre .s,ftmps.-Mm. 1 1 1 os k'v f$fa. head,,.ice, arnits .anjlenabodyj has-bee- b hthe yr b W vauRnniuiRu .l J. ibveb Pur-Visj'- were jerrioiy Druisea, uui no, limbs were broken. Ljriie cow tp,a..post for milking. Af t,er getting through milkiribr the animal, Hersliol nu- chained hdr' vheu she took fright' and swung the end of the chain around- the boys- wrist). There was a hook in the. end of the chnin which caught in the flesh partrf the hand. Dogs took af ter the cow. which caused. tier lo run. worse, and it is a mere accident that the lad escaped death in such 'a horrifying experience. His condition is not. serious and hp will be out again m a few Wis-chained.. - dayB. L r. d 1 souu,oi0, moi-niug-- front-tfrnatroublff- utnk.itn'm,,,. f ta pli-v'bf- e three week's visit with home folks ho will return to his position which is being hold open for lum. Richard Crowe will preach for the Stanton Christjan Chyrch the bala'nteb'Ptho'yea'r'. 'Wh'enyou'stop rn think there aro'fev. nrciichcrs who- can preach a better sermon' than Richard and as he is one of our own boys wp want to give him a good crowd to each service. Word has como to us f Todd, who is the ST. ' IVTra , - M . A . 11 .... 1119 A . ippe andrm TJflq, -- B ItM W " It was an elopement bii formed. Lucilo will bo ;df ed by a host of friends inni. : t. i i. t WHO Wisn uer mucii uappxur i Dr. Johnson. Tt. C. He TTrII. J. D. Atkinson and Lyle wero in Winchester tb in the interest, ot the nev But wo aro infprmed thatSj commissioners nave ucs from ofnp. 'Wo iirb at luifinrRtHiifT ina nrooeeaiiHJrf hiivebben. tnkintr nlaco in red. ing the .ropil, commissioners w' thoy vcrp .apppmieti. v sninn nf tlin at Jeffersonvillo, Ind. tli" Iter tinio Is fiiBt(coiiing and roarta wnrxion gettiug H M iv-- l BVtterK' thedAtiila'cU w rw while y4u,i!aa.''"H tlnt'l 'h fiii6 iijio.pjii.nailS" -7 , county. The ptbWo7 Rpbert Moms, w'hq, hi,leqn. the county aro'gettiilg impWtient' !Tlfc'.funeia.l o'tnM9 lata Mrs. ..TN.itraji.hQrfleRfly.erAise.d .ia AmiifslIsteriwiHilie.piieached working in Detroit iMifh.vamvod tn tiiRn.oroo(irouas anu w&iuine of at, PHllfa ylley.Qt.' 8 h by too late to attcncrthonuncralAfter hu know;, wJieaijeyM arpr going to gs ' , theMf. father ;.HcrirXJ' MoM' d W, VW yt?rQin, ?r vl nje( Elder D...G Pm ii Mill' 'n u.i.k it in Porwoll hl T11P11 that WO hi I T 'I'll. "' TREASURER'S SETTLEHENT. Settlement of E. H. Fuller, TrcaBiiror of Powell County, show-in- g C W Rico all moneys collected and received by, nnd also disbursements samo from May 1st, 1015 to April 15th, 1910. same 1U15 H L Borders 185.00 C H Hcndrix Juno 0th, check Dr. J. W. Williams, 82.75 Wm Stephens July 12th, of I. S. Boone, Olork, 141.98 samo Aug. 4th, received of II. T. Derickson, II II II 148.08 John Babcr Sept. 7th, II c JVt ov. Urd, ov. 5th, Villi (i ii i( ll II II II II 280.78 tl 7th, u CI II II Dr. J. W. Williams, H. T. Derickson; ii 4tfl.07 881.10 8567.88 1G00.00 1000.00 nrii. i II II II II ii I loiai .ueceipis, State Aid ..... ii ii ii e 500.00 $8281.44 $18G0 00 Road-Bridg- County Bridge Fund, General Expenditure Fund, Fund, 2040.09 4881.20 88281.44 4 i ii. ii iin i a ii a iur oiuie luuu, una na it - .rnra 1300.0G 1800.00 $2040.00 S 06.20 m t i i nil Kecelved for county bridge purposes, Paid the following bridge claims: M. A. Phillips, Commissioner, levy 1012, Same, Henry Waldron, Mayor, J. M. Williams June Rogers J. B. Tredway Oscar Mackey, claim and interest, ii 1J?15 James G. Rogers, it it ii ii ii 1915 G. S. Spurlock ii ii ii 1912 1012 1014 408.00 250.00 16.05 60.80 110.00 10.70 V. Snowden F. P. Newell ' James G. Rogers Asa Burgher Hermon Hall Claude Williams ii ii ii. ii ii ii ii 1015 1015 1015 1015 1915 1015 1915 1015. 1015 0.18' 18.80 0.18 0 18 5.35 100.80 15.45 Balance in hands as bridge fund Received as General peuso fund, Ex- - 15.45 887.27 2010.00 2040 09 84881.28 Paid the following claims: WTMcGuire claim levyl9ll$ 2.00 " " 1913 2.00 AustinPalmer C C Fletcher same levy 1913, . '" ' " " 1913 1913 WB Trimble, claim and int. 2.00 2.00 09.44 357.53 1.90 EHFuller.Ins.," Ievyl913 same u W T Centeis G.&Spurlock same Thos Boone Jr ii 1913109.00 1914 1914 1914 showing all receipts anddisburse-nient- s from May 1st, 1915 to April 15th, 1910. ThbsBoonejrclaim,levyl914 (J SnitUessel " n 101.1 7.85 " " 1914 shine RedriverB&T Co' ii 1914 7.58 HT Derickson i i 1914 10.28 Day and King 1914 10.75 i 1914 18.15 I W Johnson same 1914 8.25 samo 1914 03.80 same .1914 27.50 same :ioi4 8.25 same 1914 13.00 same 1914 44.00 B W Trimble 1014 38.88 Thog B Ware 1914- - 53 35 name 1914 2.80 1914 2.00 sime F G Powell 1.50 1914 1014 2 10 J C Everman Wm Wells 1914 4.32 1914c 21.60 Wells Bros R t, Tiptop 1914 9.00 AVA A C A Means 9.80 ChoB Welch 1914205.22 samo Cable & Co Settlement of E. H. Fuller, T C Hall Treasurer of Powell County, 0 N Crowe EveretBarnes claim levy 1914 8 2 15 Bradley Gilbert Co., claim, levy 1914, 03.30 C N Crowe, claim,levy!914 10 00 same 1914 14.30 G G Hanks 1914 28.80 C W .Rice 1914 8.50 Day & Ponder 1914. 10.60 1914 10.50 RM Morton M L Knox 1914 8 00 1914 5.25 J E Lemming "Virgel Fiazior M914 r 5.25 1914 1914 1914 1914 1914 1914 1914 1914 1914 1914 1914 1914 1914 1914 1914 1914 1914 13.00 5.45 3.15 13.35 54 92 2.20 29.15 44.80 28.00 33.45 53 00 54 25! J E Learning Hugh Johnson J R Stone MreKS Bohannan ' same ' same BradlejGilhertCo. i Thos Martin same same 1 55.00 54.50 54.50 95.82 T Knox Jas F Martin A II Norton A t. 44.25 224.00 1914111.50' 1914 1014 1014 1014 1014 1014 1015 1915 1015 1015 101ft 223.00 Otis Powell T J Fletcher J N Rogers J M Kinser 0 Shinifessel MrsKSBohannan samo 2.00 2.00 2.80 10.00 24.00 53 CO 53.00 52.50. T.tfl'a ime t Ar Wall tit Co I Co 1914 1,35 1914 4 15 1914 2.80 1914 1.50 1014 5.15 1914 4.00 1914 5.40 1914 14.98 lflU 14.70 1914 3.20 1914 49 80 1914 21.35 1914 1(1 TO 1914 23.30 1914 2.14 1914 2rl4 1914' 8.45 1014 same same same same samo same same M L Knox Jas F Martin K S Bohannan same 52.25 51.00 51.00, 51.00 ATKirkpatrick" aimer ranuenb rg' 1914 1914 1914 1914 1014 1914 1914 1914 9 03 Lylo & Co. 2.14 Herman Hall 4.28 G M Gravett 5 35 T G Morchead W H Norton samo Carl Piersall M L Knox II L Borders Ancil Centers J A Sewell samo .' M P O'Mara samo 5.35 Thos Mcintosh 1915 1915 1015 1015 1015 1015 1015 1915 1915 1915 1915 1915 1915 1015 1015 1015 52.00 51.75 48.92 158.25 53.25 50.75 4.20 2.90 2.10 6.25 26.00 10.40 2.00 3.12 3.12 6.30 10.20 8.05 10.00 21.00 10.00 2.00 1.50 '1015 9.f3 John Burgher 3.00 C W Rico 2.00 J N Rogers 2.80 Otis Powell 1915 1015 1015 1015 1015 1015 1915 1015 1015 1015 1015 2.00 2.80 .2.80 1015 3.50 1015 10.30 1915 12.30 1015 6.18 1015 2.00 1015 2.00 1015 2.00 1915 2.0O 1015 17.32 1015 2.80 same 1015 2.00 samo 1915 ' 9.45 G S Spurlock 1915 3.15 samo 1915 26.00 J H Hardwick 1915 2.80 R M, Morton 1915 2.80 same 1915 2.80 J W Burton . 1915 3.60 E H Fuller 1915 2.80 T J Wright 1015 2.00 samo S G Baker 1915 16.50 1915 6.25 same 1915 8.80 Lloyd Todd 1915 210.00 A T Knox 1015 6.30 same 1015 42.20 samo 1915 206.70 H T Derickson 1015 12.30 same 1015 5.12 same 1015 86.86 samo 1915 9.58 G P Day 1915 2.80 D R Daniel ' 1915 10.50 Isaac Sams 1915 15.75 Northwst'nMfg.Co 1915' 2.62 ." A T Stewart Green Skidmore" 1915 2.00 " 1915 17.32 Jesse Crowe 1915 2.88 GrantWitt&Co" " 1915 14.29 Day & King Bradley Gilbert Co 1015 19.53 BFMcCormickLbrCo' 1915 11.55 1915 25.30 Lyle & Co 1915 10.50 I W Johnson John Kinser 1915 2.80 1915 2.80 Henry Skidmore' " 1915 2.80 John Kinser 1915 2.00 samo 1915 6.00 Elsie Williams 1915 2.00 Frank Adams 1915 2.80 T J Morchead 1015 2.00 J L Martin 1015 2.00 WSKirkpatrick" 1015 2.00 John Branham 1015 2.00 E D Conlee 1915 2.00 T J Ponder .1 S Farmer 1915 2.80 1915 2.80 Taulbee Bowcn " 1915 2.00 C C West 1915 2.00 W H Ledford a 1915 2.80 Pat Wills ii 1915 2.00 A G Wills 1915 2.00 J H Powell 915 22.65 A 2.80 T915 J C Everman 2.00 1915 CD Everman a .i 1915 2.00 same 2.80 1915 J A Rogers i 2.80 1015 J P Louis a 1015 2.80 samo u 1015' 2.80 O H Mackey II 1915 2.90 Crowe Jesse I 2.80 1015 J A Bowcn 1915 16.32 WRCatroh&Co' ' 1915 30.39 G B Caudell 4.20 1915 WRCatron&Co' I 1915 15.30 Fannie Kincaid 2.00 1915 Wm Tdwnsend I 1915 2.80 A J Martin I 1915 2.80 same t 1915 2.00 Rogers JN 1915 16.80 N S McDonald I 1915 16.50 G G Hanks I 2:00 1915 Otis Powell I 1915 2.80 F G Powell 1915 4.00 MCMcCormick' ' ' 1915 2.80 Wm Garrett ' 1915 2.00 samo ' 1915 2.80 B F Berry flarfof TJnviinlrla 2.80 1915 1915 . 2.00 samo 2.80 1915 Dan McCoy 1915 2.00 CC Eaton i 1915 2.80 samo James Roberts 1915 2.80 2.80 1915 same 1915 2.80 R H Dennis 1915 2.00 I H McDanicl 1915 2.80 1915 10.00 C N Crowe ' 1915 3.06 same David Thrasher 'v.1915 5.10 ' 1915 2.00 Wm Stephens Allen Wills 1915 2.00 ' 1915 2.00 MFBenningficld' ' 1915 5.10 W G Frazier ' 1915 30.15 same 1915 6.00 J A Sowcll 1015 5.00 samo 1015 9.00 same ' 1915 2.00 samo . ' 4015 5.05 K Sl3ohannan Lylo & Co. 'M915 24.17 s ' 1915 1.00 Jesse Crowe ' 1915 7.50 Marian Atkinson' Charles Welch '"1915 5.00 samo 3.50 9.00 same i.T015 2.05 Wm Johnson 2.85 samo '31915 8.30 PWRico T B Ballard J W Morton G P Day, claim,lcvyl915 $ 4.00 ii 1915 2.80 SHERIFF'S SETTLEMENT. Pinal settlement of H. T. Derickson, Sheriff, with missioner, for taxes collected for the year 1U16, Assessed valuation from Assessor's books L. & N. Tangililo property, L. & N. Franchiso -' Mountain Contral Kailroad Adams Express Company, (1016) " Olay Oltv Notional Rnnk Powell Countv Donoitit Rnnk Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph Company ......... .. Pnnf.rnl . Iwt M t itn .. ftv..WU.nj Vn tn.nl nna (.. .HI.UIU1 VldO -. (1011) (1012) Total, - Land Sales Exonerations Balance, $11,050 50 17,037 80 For Bridge purposes, 15 cents on each 100 00, on $1,350,065 00 val' uation Boad and Bridgo Fund for State Aid, 10 ccnt9 on each $100 00 011 General Expenditure Fund 1,3")D,065 00 .... r- - ... 1. - V. . Johnson, (Join $ 020,010 - oam 225.0B 175,(IJHH VU1IIIUIIJ . ...... cents on each $100 00 on $1,350,005 00 For School purposes, 20 cents on each $100 00 on $006,800 00 vnlua lion, 1,385 County Polls, lees 50 polls included in exonerations and la? v sales ffi R0 1.057 School Polls less 282 delinquent school polls 775 1 OOea? 25 munition, 1 , Tdtal amount charged to Sheriff, CREDITED AS F0LT.0W8 !' By By amount paid Coqnty Treasurer per receipts total amount of school fund paid, to treasurer Board tion per receipts, delinquent list, 322 county polls 1 50 each; Balnnced - of Educa- $11,510 93 $11,510 03 H. T. Derickson, Sheriff of Powell County. I.V. Johnson, Commissioner. Subscribed and sworn to before me this i2th dny of May, 1010. E, If. Fuller, Notary Public Powell County , Ky. My Commission expires March 2nd, 1018. A copy attest: I. S. BOONE, Clerk. - Jesse Crowe, claim,levyl915 $ 4.00 ' ' 1915 10.00 Jas F Martin ' 1915 2.00 ' Berry DH ' ' 1915 2.00 N M Hall ' ' 1915 2.80 same ' 1915 16.50 Wingate Anderson ' 1915 2.80 Clarence ISsles' ' ' 1015 200 JohnBrandenbufg ' 1915 2.94 IlTMcDaniel ' ' ' 1915 5.25 CN Crowe ' 1915 2.10 MFBenningfield' ' 1915 3.15 Charles Welch ' ' ' 1915 3.15 same G B Caudell 1915 8.15 t same 1915 8.15 C A .Means , .1015' 8 15 same 1915 3.15 IS Boone m..A .1015 .815 'sajne 1915 3,15 ' MbCormick 1915 35 75 GS.Spurlock 1015 3.12 ' same .1915 0.12 1015 6.10 same 1015 8.00 same ' 1015 10.00 O W Rice siime 1015 12.00 1 1 1 REPORT OF THE CONDITION at Cloy City, In the State of Kentucky, at tho closo of business Sept. 12, 1018. OF THE CLAY CITY NATIONAL BANK, resoFrces. $82,278.60 Loans nnd discounts 543.55 Overdrafts, unsecured -. U. S. bonds deposited to secure circulation (par value) 25,000.00 Securities other than U. S. bonds (not including stocks) owned unpledged .. 17,708.25 . Stock of Federal Re&ervc bank,. (tO per cent of subscription) 1,000.00 1,000.00 , Value of banking house Net amount due from Fed- .. Net amoilnt due from . approved r 0 s o r.v e ' agents inNewYork, i Chicago andSt.Louis 8,775.07 Net amount due from approved reserve agents in other re- 10,370.00, 25,140.33 servo cities J Net amount duo from banks 48.03-.- ' nnd bankers 1... . Fractional currency, 21.00 nickels and cents Total amount of GenNotes of other national banks .. 295.00 eral Eependt. claims, $5,125.43 Coin and.certificates 6,134.00. Paid Board of Health Redemption fund with U. S. 115.71 claims per list, xiuttnurcL UlIU UUU IIUI11 1,250 OOr. U. 8. Treasurer, H. T. Derickson, Commission per receipts, 277.29 101,426.74' Total crallteseive Bank' 4,OC.00Q LIABILITIES. Total amount paidout. of Geu'l Expenditure, 5,518,48 Capital stock paid in . Surplus fund Leaves Gen'l Expendt. fund due Bridge fund, ;; 25,000.00 8,000.00 3,647.05''. - Undivided SG37.14 Circulating profits notes $25,000.00 " "outstanding amount due to banks and I, E. H. Fuller, Treasurer of Not ,. 443.85. Powell county, do solemnly swear bankers ... Demand Deposits:. thnt the above is a. true statement of the Receipts and Dis- Individunl deposits subject to check, rt . . . . 102,268.00 bursements by me as Treasurer, Cashiers checks outstanding ., 08.88. to the best of my knowledge and belief, E. H. FULLER,. A copy attest. I. S. BOONEJ Clerk". Total - . - 161,426.74" Treasurer. State o Kentucky, BSt COCNTY OP PoWKLlj Presbyterian Church. Sunday School at 10 a. m. nnd A. T. Whitt, Cash, preaching service every Sunday Subscribed and sworn to morning at 11 a. m. Everybody this 20th day of Sept. 1016. Hurry L, Ril welcome. We enjoyed our first communion service since coming to Olay Ojty. We aro glad for those who help us by their presence at the Sunday services. Ruth Ransom was consoorated to the Lord by the rito of baptism on the 17th. Judge Sampson Wins The contest case of Judgo Kirk against Judge Sampson for the Republican nomination for Appellate Judge has been dismissed at Burbourville. Judgo Kirk has Notary Public, Powell Count My uommission expires Jan. Correct Attest : ) Geo Hon. Direct James 1). Hall, Frank IS. Uussell, of iny knowleugc una ueiier. I, A.T. Whitt, Cashier of tho above An Bnlfmnlv swenr that n nin ml Imnlr the abovo'statement is true to the bost . " 4 ''915 W. "t9l5 appealed. Wlthlni riraplv, muddy coraplexionsj dup to impurities in iho hi Clear up the skin by 'takings King's New Life Pills. Their' laxative qualities remove the pc our from the system and brighter Clear. Bad Skin From theeye. A full, free, aon-gripin- " '. at bowel movement in the mormiu Sells Cattle. Is the reward of a dose of Dr. King? G. B. nnd Robt. Conlee sold (his New Life Pilli the night before. week 40 head of 1,000 lb. steers adv. At all DtuggiBtt 25c, 7 cents. X "It's fine for Stomack Ills," J. Sherwood of Maysville says "Try it and you will soon see" sh trouble after takingTan- . f .1 3 r.. ni aiu ivir. jonn onerwooa, bottles per year. These enormous sales mean but nd Walnut, strnnt. Miivr. one thing and that is merit. It i v. r iur venrs T iunci trnnnm is the repeat sales that count. indigestion and when I When the first bottle gives good c 'n i t ii results a second bottle is always sold. In thousands of cases peosurprised to find that it ple have voluutarily come forward with their personal endorseThese are facts as indisr uiuui met liivc ments. ij ot putable as the rock of Uibralter. They prove that Tanlac has relieved stomach, kidney, liver and rself catarrhal ills. Tanlac is being specially introis familiar to everyone. No matter where you go Taulac is a duced in Clay Oity at the store household word. It is the story of Eaton & McGuire. of merit uever before obtained Tanlac may be obtained in by a proprietary medicine. Stanton at Hardwick & Co.; Conservative business men to Bowen, Day and King; College whom the actual production of Hill, Qinter Bros.; Torrent, J. Tanlac have been presented have Taylor Day; Irvine, Irvine Drug 6couted them until the proof was Co., Genet, Qe'net Cash Store; shown. Waltersville, Henry Waldron. VAUGHN'S .MILL. HPWOHTH LEAGUE of School A ml- - Subject: The Consecration Steve Strango has moved his Life. family out to Sams. Losson found Prov. 1:1-13. STOP THE PIRST COLD cold docs not set well of itself. . i i Mrs. Q. W. Bush lins gone to Illinois on a month's visit to rel- Leader: Miss Etliel D. Johnson. atives. fi Mrs. George Wiseman, of AkThe production of Tanlac now ron, O., is visiting her parents, stands at the rate of 6,000,000 Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mizo. - A I Services will bo held at the Vaughn's Mill Christian Church Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. Asa Todd and wife spent Sunday with the latter's mother, Mrs. Martha Martin on Snow creek. - Mrs. Bettio Ficklin and son, Walter, of Montgomery county, spent from Saturday till Monday with J. F. Smith. Mr. Joe Olark and Miss Zella ORPHANS' HOME ITEMS. Sams were married Saturdayeven-inat 8:80 o'clock at the Christian church. Miss Sams was the Mr. G. W. Mcintosh gave $2 to youngest daughter of Mrs. Pryor be used for the children. A trunk of girls' clothing came and Mr. Clark is a prosperous farmer.'All join in wishing them from Mrs. Duerson, of Richa long and happy life. mond, Ky. Alice Patrick and Jannie John BOWEN. son, of Stanton College, spent -her-brothe- r, g Prnycr. Song. Scriptural references: God's Promise to David, Psalm 89: Joel Mount. The Close of a Student's Day, Psnhn Searles. The Value of Righteousness, Eceles. 2:20 Etta Bowman. Special music. Knowledce made safe by love. 1 Cor. 8:1 Kuth Eaton. School lifo and eternal life. John 17:3 Ethel Duncan. Knowledge used to meet human needs, Isaiah 12:17-2- 0 Ouida Mountz. Making friends with wisdom, Prov. 4:1-1- 3 Mrs. E. Conleo. What School lifo means Mrs. J. II. Burgher. The consecration of personal powers Mr. Edmon Searles. . Living for others-Mi- ss FannicMountz League Benediction. 20-3- 1 110:175-108-Jani- iicuic'.ivu. iiui ing coughs drain the energy H'lii i nn rirniirw Mir i imnro n.innv rmnmnnimn ni Qnnniin tieeptic balsam? in Dr. Guillen runuuB J. it Heme vuu uui. uiiu vimr cuuuii . tr tllJU U1U I.UI1 LL'PLII i tw V LI LI t l r UULL't! jii -i . i LI1U1LV u til U It . jVlllir t i II mii iih refill r rifiiii against the estate of Union Supply Co., of 1 xvy., urtHitireuy replies it. 1 rt . . Uity on or before Uctober, 1U10. the 1st day or. II. G. CRABTREE, Trustee. WHEN YOU WANT. A SHAVE OR HAIR CUT OR ANY TONSORIAL WORK CALL ON H. H. PHERIGO. Jas. Holman attended the fun- Sunday at (he Home. g, eral services of Henry Morris, of Hardwick & Semi-Annual f Co. t ? ? t X I Clearance Sale. Clearance Sale is now We are giving greatly reduced prices on Summer Goods. If you want to " save money on your purchases take advan- Y tage of this- - cut price Sale. Remember that 5 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 I 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-pe- r cent lower than you would have to pay a traveling agent whose expenses purchasers must pay. & V Semi-Annual O ur going on. X X X t X X X X T X of Winchester, Ky. Miss Barrickman and Miss Heilburn, of Lambnc, visited Capital Stock $100,000 at Midway. the Cornwell children, and Mr. Surplus and Undivided Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Atkinson DufF and Chester Gilbert the Profits $200,000 were visiting at Stanton Friday Gilbert children. N. Holly Witherspoon, President. and Saturday. Our space is crowded this week W. R. Sphar Cashier. Mrs. Celia Frazier, who has and we are therefore forced to YOUR ACCOUNT SOLICITED. beeri sick for quite a while, is leave out several items of value. slowly improving. One uightlast week we had the Colorado Grant show with us. It was very interesting. Mrs. Granville Day and Mrs. Ollio Kinser were the guests of Mrs. Joe Holman Sunday. Mrs, Lottie Roberts who has been living here forquite a while has gone back to Cincinnati. Stanton. Miss Sallie Cressy will attend the fall and winter term of school Mr. L. A. Chiles, of Mt. Ster-lingave the children a treat in the way of watermelons. THE WINCHESTER BANK, Low Prices and High Quality have a large stoeh of general mer chandise, shoes, groceries, etc., and we know that by dealing with us You Can Save flloney We try to keeij our stock complete and our, aim is io give every customer full value for their money. Give us a trial. We Virgil Atkinson aud family will move to their home which was recently vacated by Granville Day. Granville Day and family left last Monday for their new home near Elizabethtown, Ky. Their many frieuds regret thojr going away. We regrot that Dr. John Knox has left oif medical practice here and gone to the state of Washington to practice and make his X X X X X t t t t t t X Y T Henry Waldron WALTERSVILLE, - - KENTUCKY t t t t Y future homo. Mr. Elbert Faulkner and Miss Bessie Adams were quietly married at the home of Talbeo Bowen Saturday evening, Sept. 23. Rev. Joe Adams, of Stanton ofliciated. Many congratulations. Asa Burgher, of Clay City, Geo. Dericksou, of Stanton, Mrs. Albert Eweu aud daughter, Mrs. Dick Benningfleld and daughter, were the pleasant callers at Mr. and Mrs. Jas, Holman's Saturday. FORUET YOUR ACMES ; Saved Girl's Life i S ardwick & Co., Stanton, w r i want to ten vou wnat wonaertui nenetit r ceived from the use of Thedford's aw w whws w hw j lilt If rfn,niniv hnc tirs pnnal fnr In o- orlnnA r Black-Draue- ht - nvf " mm m hnrt T w V V w V Ky. V r : Stiff knees, aohiug limbs, lame back make life a burden. If you TREES, ill niiu untied iui uaic fuifer from rheumatism, gout, lum -e fr o t bago, neurulgia, get a bottle oi Friiit and Ornamental trees, Sloan's Liniment, the "universal iunl it rt wall urutarail'Ali1 Shrubs,, drape Vines, Rhubarb, As. remedy for pain.i Easy to apply; nrwl anlinnl s.Vmrtliaa UIIU 0V " it penetrates without rubbing and VMW4 VtllT paVajs, Peonies, Phlox, Roses, ete. soothes the tender flesh. Cleaner W. L. HYRD, and more effective than rauesy Spout Bp ring, 'Ky, EVERY TIUNO FOR ORCHARD, ointments or poultices. For strains INULB MILL FOR SALE. or sprains, sore muscles or wrenchIAWN AND GARDEN.' ed ligiuients resulting from strenu; in prime conuiiUJa. FREE CATALOGS. ous exercise, Sloan's Liniment vin NO AQENTS -. at a bargain. Keep it on gives quick relief. m. Davis, YaugiinjB .Mill, Ky. At your hand for emergencies. H. P. Hillennieyer & Sons. adv druggist, 2no. Ailvertlso la To Times. Lexington, Ky. m . - jj liver and stomach troubles. I flrmlv believe Black- saved my little girl's life. When she had the vuuu uuc ui i lieu iiicv wciil in uu iitri. uul made them break out, and she has had more trouble. I shall never be without Black-Draug- ht w w w w . BLack-drau- g I I I 1 a , til iiiv iiuiiic uizz i ui kuiiaiiuaiiuii. iiiuiLfcauuii. iicauai-iicness, malaria, chills and fever, biliousness, and all similar aliments, Thedford's has proved ftself a safe, reliable, gentle and valuable remedy, If you suffer from any of these complaints, try Black- Draught It is a medicine of known merit Seventyflve years of splendid success proves Its value. Good for younj; and old. For sale everywhere. Price 25 cents. r. Black-Draught Local Brevities bn B. F. Hughes, Jr., of Clark county, was in the city Saturday business. Mre. F. - FISH German A LA BOMBARDEMENT Sholli Provide; Inhabitant of a Part ern France. Some Extracts From The School Law. Meals for the KENTUCKY STATUTES 452 1 A- -l of North- P. Adams, of Walters' 'illo, is visiting relatives at DayJo, Ohio. fr", Robt. Henry, of route 0. raster, is visiting relatives 9vunty. Martin, of Rosslyn, was ty Saturday the guest of ar. Dr. Martin. - the Larison, of Middletown, as here last week the guest 'other, Ooroner S. V. number of road con were in the county last feek looking over the grade work to be done. A. 0. Barnes, of Iron Mound, a former citizen of this place, was here Thursday mixiug with old friends. Mrs. Luther Loving and chil dren left Monday morning for a visit to relatives at Franklin and When a certain great stone structure on the water's edge is being shelled, the French Boldfcra ofl duty adjourn to the shore for the entertainment. They know the various schedules the shells run on, and time their arrival. The German guns firing them are so far oil that the report cannot bo heard. There is a deep, bass, tearing roar, cloBcly followed by another, for they come in pairs, and then two huge columns of water hurtle into the air for a hundred feet, accompanied by two heavy detonations. The bleacher-occupyin- g Americans of the ambulance sections they have installed a bench to sit on then jump up and scurry for a wall which affords protection against the eclats that sing back from the shells. In a second there is a rush for the hot chunks of metal, while the natives emerge irom their shelters to gathe- - up the fish that have been killed by the terrific concussion and fish "a la bombarde-mcn- t" is served to us the next day. . J. R. McConncll in the Outlook. HIS POSITION NO Bowling Green. . It is gratifying to Powell county people to read the statements of the Olay City National Bank which are published five times a year. The report this week is a splendid one and well worth reading. On account of the protracted SINECURE Persian Poet Laureate Kept at Work Immortalizing th Speeches of His Royal Master. meeting at the Christian church which will be in session at the time, the Ladies' Aid of the Meth-odichurch will not givn their oystor supper as announced in these columns last week. erstwhile lisher of The Times, but who is .iu)w employed on the Portsmouth, (0.) Daily Times, favors this office with a copy of his paper. It contains 56 large pages and is brim full of prosperity appear-- a nee. We are glad to know that Mike is so well situated, and we are sure that he keeps his end of the job up to now. M. pub- p. O'Iara, Mrs. Carra B. Groves and Mrs. G. Hackworth entertained their Sunday School classes at the home of Mrs. G. Hackworth.Wednesday Persia appears to be the only country besides England where a poet laureate has been maintained of recent years. Until Muzaffar-ed-Di- n abolished the post in 1896 the court of Teheran had for centuries possessed a laureate, whose duties were far more numerous than those of his British confrere. According to Narcisse Persin, who spent some years in Persia at the beginning of the nineteenth century, court etiquette prescribed that whenever the shah traveled outside, the-- capital his suite must include a dwarf, a giant, a jester, a historiographer and a poet laureate. The last two were kept busy, for, while-- the historiographer had to re cord for posterity all the doings and sayings of the shah, the laureate was called upon to celebrate a large pro portion of these in verse. M. Persin highly commends this custom, which he found rigidly followed, "for the shah, knowing that many of his utterances and deeds would be crystal- lzed m an ode, felt bound, on these royal progresses, to speak and behave majestically." HER REGRET. Every parent, guardian or other person residing within the boundary of the county district law and having tho custody, control or supervision of any child or children between the ages of seven and twelve years, inclusive, shall cause such child or children to bo enrolled in and to attend some public, or private day or parochial school regularly for the full common or graded common school district.ineachycar in tho com mon school district of the county in which such child orchildrcn may live in the Commonwealth. Provided, however, that this act shall not apply in any case where tho child has been or is being taught at home in such branches as are taught in the public schools for a like period of time and subject to the same examination as other pupils in the district where such child resides. Any parent or other person having the custody, control or supervision of any child embraced within this act who shall be proceeded against under this act, may prove defense that he is unable to compel the child under his control to attend school, and "be may thereupon be discharged from liability,, and scuh child shall be proceeded against as a delinquent child under the statutes in such cases- made and provided. KENTUCKY STATUTES 45 21 A- Any parent, guardian or other person failing to'comply with the provisions of this act shall forfeit to the use of the schools within the district in which such child lives a sum not less than five dollars ($5.00) nor more than twenty dollars ($20.00) for the first offense, nor less than ten dollars nor more than fifty dollars fyr second and every subsequent offense, and cost ' of suit. - STANTON COLLEGE, KY. STANTON, v. Students Admitted at Any Time One of the Best Schools in Kenttu Courses in Agriculture and Domestic Sc? Review Classes in the Common Branch's will be Conduced throl the Teun. By paying part of their Expenses in Work, Students ma; Rates at the Dormitory as low as $1.5o per Week For Information Write to Rev. J. C. Hanley, Presi Stanton, Ky. New Fall Mill mery Fall Showing of Millinery which and inspect before buying. You LATEST STYLES- - and prices, : bound to please You. 'e? KENTUCKY STATUTES 845 21 A-- 4 MRS. MOUNTZ. night, Sept. 26. Number of Sun- day School pupils present, 42. Total number present, 48. Mrs. She If I'd rejected you, would A. M. Burgher, Mrs. Geo. Kirk, you have given me up? He Not much! I'd have kept and Miss Ethel Johnson assisted right on trying to win you if you'd in serving ice cr.eam and cake at b:80. All report an enjoyable turned me down a hundred times. She Ah, what a lot of fun time. missed. St. Louis Star. Ringling Bros. Show at Lexington. HER WOE8. Announcement is made that ou Thursday, Oct. 5th, Ringling "I don't know whether I have the Bros, Circus will give afternoon hardest time with the furnaco or my and night performances at Lex- - husband." "What's the matter with them?" nieton. . pan "Both will keep on going out of 'iuua Biinwmen are inisi nights." eeuting an nil new and street parade iiium! ehow has boon made a free three-iniliurt of the main tent program show day morning. tliii season. The ineuagerie now Persimmons are ripening from numbers 1009 wild animals, The the effects of the frosts and soon elephants, including "Big Bingo" will the chestnuts come down. o t European war the King- gs have secured scores of cir- js performers never before seen America. Au entire trained "i Know one ieiiow who never rtli going many miles to mentions the weather." owing "Oinderellu" 400 "Who is he?" rtists appear iu the main MK meteorologist." Kansas City rogrnm. liecnuso of the Journal. have been iucreased to 41 and almost 800 horses are carried. There will be HO clowns and a big program. The tre AT THE BRIDGE CLUB. , fairyland spectacle, Patience The woman whose to," will appeal to both hands are fillod with diamonds is old. More thun 1000 lucky. take part iu it. It is eas- Patrice depends alto iggest spectucle Ringling gether what'swell, it trumps. ve ever staged and its GETTING, AWAY FROM BIZ. "Bullet of the Fairie3, dancing girls, is iu it a HT 1 s the earth's largest pachyderm, be the duty of the teachto report promptly and regular ers ly to tho trustees or DANIEL BOONE AXLE GREASE "WE other local school officers and to the County Board of Education through USE" the County Superintendent of Schools, the names of all parents, And don't guardians or other persons who foil have to greate ' to comply with the provisions of this act. It shall then be the duty but one a of said trustee or other week. local school officers and said Counof Education through the ty Boards County Superintendent of Schools Madt h Kentucky by CHAS. C. STOLL OIL CO. Lexfafton, Ky. to give written notice to the parents, guardians or other persons haying control or custody of such child that the attendance of such child is required, and if such parent, guardian or other persons having I , RICHMOND, KY. control or supervision of such child A TRAINING! SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS does not comply immediately with Courses lradlnjr to Elementary, IntemieilUto and Ufa the provisions of this act, then Bute Certificates. Valid in nil Publics Schools of Kentucky, fc'pcclul Courses and Iteylew Courses. Tuition trustee or other local school ... " m f. iu Xt CO IQ ApiKJiuvccs. j. wo gpienuiu uurmiiories, officers, and said Board of Educamodel sellout, new manual training building, pr Kmnni- uenarcmenL or BCTicuiLnre. a wen tion shall proceed against such child eymnsMum. Domestic Science. First Tr) September 7, Second Term Norember 10, Tm as a delinquent child, and against January 2.V Fourth Trm Anrll 6. Bummer Sell such parents, guardians or other June It, Catalogue Free. j. u. CRABBB, P? persons having the custody, control or supervision pf such child for O. H. Mackey came violation of this act for contributNew Paster te Preach Dayton, 0.,. this week to ing to the delinquency of such There will be preaching at the familyja fewjdays. child. Methodist church next Sunday morninc by the new pastor, Rev. FrankSewell, and two DON'T NEdLECT YOUR COLD Neglected colds get worse, in- E. S. Wilson, from Montana, In Purkersburg, V. Va., toi stead of better. A stuffed bead, a view of the special meetings at last week after several daf tight chest must be relieved t the Ohristian church, the even to hjs father, J. A. Sewei ing service will not be held. Sewell bas an excellent once. Dr. BellU as engineer on the B. & is Nature's remedy. . Honey and Strayed. road. glycerine heal the irritated memFrom my place, about 2 weeks brane, antiseptio tar- loosens the OeAl Barbcrlag Try. phlegm, you breathe easier and ago, 1 red mujey steer calf weight about 825, with while spot under your cold s uroken up. Pleasant A, P, Johnson body. Reward for information to take, Dr. Bell's la the etf tBd, mtst t Uta is an ideal remedy for children as leading to return tq me as owner. River Hotel. Everett Burus, OlayUity, Ky. w?Jl as grown-i'jia- . .At your Drug- vWeavaw I W9U 5 gist, 25e. adv. vifWW Advertise In The Times. sub-distri- It shall ct sub-distric- t" sub-distr- ict .1 I - i Pjne-Tar.IIoa- Tr Plae-Tar-Hon- I fOTYW av .