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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): November 16, 1916 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1916 cla1916111601_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.): November 16, 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. 4 ST' 111 J 1 ' isber. We are Here to Help; Clay CKyllw IwT8hWIh Cewitry and tursefves. 1(5. J 91 PU1LIS n Will 11 OLA'S CITY, ROAD BOND ISSUE IS HELD INVALID. KX, mH)ftSXAY. NOVEMBER Aj te 6, J. W. Thacker Suicides; . IU4Tm. i STANTON., V . The community was shqeked The.tasryers pf; Powell couu Wednesday morning road tax April 1st Union county voted tliat Mr. John Thacker at his follaw.idg,-ajBi.fon. QacToqe oiiwd dollars of $450,000 in road bonds. The peo- home near this city-oMilliard' pcoueriy.yaiuair-M- i repqriea oy ple of that county then, like pwick's. creek'road had committed new iU' mo usfeator : Powell, were wild with enthus6tatfr roadVtajjf iasm for roads, and were anx- - suicide, by plipoting himseff di1.60 County bridgeipurposes, l.OO "ious to pay the tax to set them.1 rectly over tfio heart with'a shot " Union county taxpayers, like gun. 'Squire ChartesWolch had l.oo t JtfOtjujU 2.00. Powell, as matters progressed, just leftlis company an"dwu8 not To this.must: snw (hat all in sight, for, them from undet.tne.wp0.r5 of the guo increase.-f- ar was the. tax pari of it, ' ?o three when State' fired the shot, 20 month's after the election some sitting on his front porch'. De rmet . I rfc 1.00 sturdy farmers and enthusiastic ceased was aged about sixty, .fB.OO roads p'eople. o.f ,the, couuty gpt years, and is survived by a wife together employed an attorney, and one sonWinlte'r-JhackerTo dded of utid took the, matter to thecourts btanfon, and a daughter, Miss to Uiq raabefaon li8 and with the result that the. .election Hettie. .Thacker, at home, who (30. six, day s wdrk at 91.00 was knocked, kites high this for several .years has been in very per day; 9.00 .w week. poor health. 11.00 The Union connty case is a Tile remains will be buried this rus.aQiVigg is Powell parallel case with Powell. Puu ultfcuouu at the btuurt grave county .wprtlOHt WVOOO, Of the ell's election was held teu days yard near old Clay City. nmrtAf. n r r. ifcpayr 112.00 tor later than in Union county, and to Mr. Thacker left two the same grounds for contest the family explaining notes he road 8. . A b atrerage. road why ,peony from the exist. committed this rash act. The gets not at. The Times is strong for roads full contents of these notes are countyunj FoTtvJBi more monev but when we see an amount not given out because they relate d county ou the greater than 24 of the bond'is to family matters only, but it. is pe mile, we be- buo gone, and only 17 miles of known that financial conditions roads. ntH to the records. road surveyed and a surveyor have worried him for some time,, lieveadeor m today. And still permanently on the job at being himself unable to,perform. thVrfcrtsRVui HceAof the' fact $1,500 per year, we know that manual labor and having a wife, iuA ;tax rateVwaslhen our long fond hopes for better and invalid daughter to support. til roads through our Fiscal Court is While not involved iu debt, tW MlUriwr :oaly12f'cent8 on jarB.of; property ta negitive proposition. The on- - worry of- - making ends meet to': assessor, while tmethod of getting roads in this uuiu uy iu uib usual iiiuuuui Vi"i herifli forfoad ktion of the couuty is' to go in- - creditable living, evidently oyejw.e,Mow, pay iHpose tits on each Four pockets and ?1.. for them, Iwtlnncnrl hia ruasuu. i t , hundred: we nave largely uoue lq iL ...:n t t .property re- me 1JUIIU1 OACILIOCO Will getting all our bridges. ducted by his. pastor, GjI?,1?,. porrd't! Ik' or n .Mr-Thack- (By P. O. DertWek.) Miss Kate. John bob has aboat recovered from the weaslea and is ablo to be out, again. Mrs. and baby Martel are visiting aer parents, Air. ana Mrs. w.ra. Jtlardwicic. Misses Maude and Mabel Boone Afollie-Crawford Paw A Ab I . t kM er. day. visited relatives at Dundee this past week, returning home Sun , i.ri tbit ft-.ijte- r . : bthe k9-BlVf- lt 5 Thursday, a week. i. it. uoofc received a very painful injury to his hand when it was mangled in some well machinery, and he has gone to his home in Pennsylvania. Julia, Evans entertained their Sunday School classes at the home of Mrs. Morgan Lyle, last Miss Nannie McKnabb has been visiting her brother at Na ds, for Reveral days aud has re turned home. Bert Willoughby and Andrew xocum went out on a hunt one night the past week and caught a large grey fox. Ruth.1 Maples has recovered from his sickness and is visiting Butler Barnes on Hatchers creek after going to see his mother at Hazel Green., Misses Elizabeth Boone and pamps TfpPec'aj Pages of oil of good WZaXC well w drilled inr, Currentyof the mouth but kept tfvel, Infort more leases might be t everjj'iu contiguous territory. The well was brought in by White & Huff on the. John Ash ley place, about six miles southeast of Boweti. toward Standing Rock, and is on line with the Irvino field. Mr. I. O. Huff, of the drilling firm, was in tho city this week and said the field in that part of the couuty would be thoroughly developed so far ho bia firm's leases are concerned,, material for the sinking offortv or fifty more wells having befiu ordered. Mr. P. J. White, senior mem. ber of the firm, is one- - of the heaviest operators in the mid- continent field. Important Change in School Beginning on Monday the 13th we will uot require the pupils of the primary department to attend school for the entire dav. The 2nd. and 8rd, grade 'pupiU will be expected to attend in the forenoon and the pupils of tho lit grade will be expected in the eiljw.oll tals and at Dy b. Great Story 250 Yee sjLnes 8 that an K. I d..:i lid doing this, bat to do .this and u. V U, HIV UIIII.IIUII VUM Walter Thacker received a tel. egram calling him home on ac count of the death of his father The sympathy of r tb taxpayeris Wednesday. asking wbut Jbe the community, goes out to Wal ter in his loss. Jy1 getgood. roads the jjock Jniiups died very sud salis that appeals to us is to denly Monday morning, LocalvBrevities before at together, put up the money six o'clock, at Brodhead-Garr- ett L. W. Searles was iu Winches nit we know can be raised, and gone where build them. The Times,, will mill, his usualhe had work. In per ter yesterday on business. form Heart take the lead in subscriptions, failure was thedays for his sud cause The Rev. Mnrtin has tig willing, under plans al lei The remains moved Irom'-Mhi"ready agreed upon by the De den taking away. city to Ros-slwe're laid to rest in partment of Public Roads, to graveyard in this city, the HmJon it. this morn give $000 for the various roads John Holmapvqf- Medaryville, ing. leading from the west portion of years Deceased was seventy-twold, and is survived by his Iud., is visitiug relativcs in the couuty to Stautnn, the coun the wife and two sons, Wes Phillips county, I ty seat. But the' first thing to bo done is to get rid of the ob- and Hayes Phillips. Alf Patton.'.of Winchester, Mr. Phillips was an industrious noxious uud hindering bond vote came up this week to spend a few 60 people can better afford to and honorable citizen who chose day 8 wfth' friern8. subscribe money to au effective to perform daily labor for a after he had laid aside a Mrs. Fred Smethers and two fund. living. He was a Gome in and let's talk this datighterSj o .Winchester, spent veteran ot the Union Army. over. matter a few days this,, week visiting Powell County Bonds and Tax friends near tho city. Sues for Oil Lands. to be Tested In Court. Judge-LewiA p person-- , of Mt. Mr. and Mra. Sam Wood, of We havo no doubt whatever Sterling, filed suit. at Irvine last-- Lexington, returned Monday to but that the proposed Powell Friday for the John Ju Curtis their home after a brief visit to county road bond sale can be eas- heirs, seeking to rocoverloO acres relatives near; the city. ily annulled because of some il- of developed oil laud near Union legalities that the records will Hall, This land is now in the A. L. Brodheqd, of CatasaupossesBioif of Will Mavcum. He qua; show, and now that it vis coni'enn,, rnember of thelirm of the clusive to the minda of all good has bought out part rightful heirs of Brodhead-Garret- t Co., was own roads people who worked for. the uud is therefore tho er of a portion of the land, the here a few days this week. bonds in the beginning, that unseeking to Thermometers in the vicinity der the of the raiuaiuiug heirs are recover their interests together of Clay Oily registered as low as powers that be, the $10,000 is not going to get what they had v with the developments of the 12 degress above zero buth Wed right to expect, 'the cry on every lease which is worth several hun- nesday and Thursday mornings. lip is "knock out the bonds aira dred thousand dollars. The chil- 11. Curtis, of WaltersH. G. Garrett,. Railroad Com do away with the tax." Follow, dren of S. nro heirs to this estate missioner, was in the city Thurs ing this admonition, a suit has ville, prornises to be a very rich day morning fr.om Winchester, been drawn with that end in which view, and the same will be filed one. and went to Stanton in tho afternoon to attend the funeral of and the legality of the Bale which Surveying Road. Major J. B. Blackburn. is advertised for the 22nd, tested Montgomery county began sur out. g G. D. Heironymus, of St. Hel veying their part of tho The Commissioners were easi-J- v road this week. This ens, is in ton city today to attend knocked out nnd thero now road wilt run from Levee to the a meeting of the directors of the be a dead cinch on the top of Blaok creek lull, the coun- Clay City Rational Bank. F. B. iJm! .the frad tax, They are expecting Kussoll, or Louisville, and J. IS. ty line. V"fT as to meet them there. Powell Hall, of Lexington, are also in the iiple'sdicted county has so far done notluug city to attend tho directors' thr A. Easter. fortius road, though it was prom- meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Frank-B- . Russell tho election ised to be improved during 1910. arid Mr. Shouse, of Louisville, predicted. Attending Federal Court. and Mr. arid .Mr. A, T.Whitt and reelected W. T. McGulre and R.l.Shim- - Mrs. T. G. White, ot this city, MeV&oral Urge popular fessel, of this city, and 'Warren motored to, 1ir, .Russell's oil California M. Martin, of bUnton, left Mon cimpfl on. the mountain at Fur- necessary yots day mqrniug for HiohmoBd, nace Monday and spent the night dent, 8 it did. lie where they had been summoned in tbecamp,t((B',.hey later themslyes as liavlue a other forecasts rela- - to sit as jurors for tho Federal f'oldt'up 'on aeefluutof the, sud velection, il) of which Court which convened the're ' ueu arop ia mmperaiuro, iThieVivrthtoBeiIwgtuberlld .it t,ue (Jhriattau church by Itev Elbert Winkler has been called iff on account of another meet ing that Bro. Winkler was under obligation to hold first. Tht store of Rev. J. T. Adams LF. H y - o . livli-hoo- d s was closed up a few days ago by his creditors and he has moted his family to Morris Creek where he will farm on Jeese Swaugo's place tills coming year. Hort Willoughby, son of Rev. Alonzo Willoughbv, and Miss Rosa Lee Stephens, daughter of Henry Stephens, wore married this past Thursday. They will make theic home oyer on Spruce in Montgomery county. The writer leaves Thursday of r Ins week for Johnson City, Tonn., for a week's conference of Sunday School workers of the Uuless some one writes South. up tne news mere win ue uo Stanton items this next week. manent arrangement but niereh an experiment We will gii me pian a lew weeks trial ai jtieni.will asltfor an c of o'Sfnimrfroirt the nt asK tnat judgment be w5rttr until t lie plan is tested. fatrons und friends of t school are invited .. to . visit tli3 i scnooi anu raiK witn tne teaci.9 ers relative to the work. Signed Noal A. Ranson, Superintendent. y farents will please take note: of the change. This is not a per atternoon. .... ?i - presont-procedur- e Stanton-Mt.Sterliu- i that ttioy, nro always welcome and we are glad to see them. Mrs. Phillips will visit with Mrs. R. D. Clark and others, while Lu cilo will visit her many girl friends. It will .bo remembered that she was married only a few weeks ago. Courtney Whitman of Fiu- - still quite sick. Mrs. Tom Chaney, who has been quite sick for the past two months on Hatton Creek, was able to bo' in town for the first time, this past week. She is going to have to go to the hospital at Lexington .for an operation before she can get entirely well. Mrs. M. A. Phillips and daugh ter, Mrs, Lucilo Todd Davis, of Louisville, arrived Tuesday for a viRit among thoir many friends hero; and it goes without saying Warren Martin was in Richmond this week, where he serv ed as a Federal Juror at present term of court. His son Charley went with him far as Winchester where he visited his aunt, Mrs. Lizzie Porter, Mr. Porter is where they visited their cousin, Mamie Derickson. These youitg people are a very fine cminle. Courtney being one of the finest young men that tho writer mat n Lee when ho lived there, anil us wife is a lovely girl, having many mends who wish her much lappiness. They will make their mine at Idamay near Heidelberg'. The Court of Anneals unhefd Judge Benton in the case of Williams, Faulkner ' and others against Stanton College. Tho Court lipid that "litre had neep no violation of the law in that the College used the State's mon ey to pay two of the teachersjn the college for teaching in the graded schools. The Court vor- ruled every contention made bv plaintiffs, and thus ends a long fight against Stanton College. Wo tru6f that wo will forget the past and settlo down to h ird work, now. Major Blackburn, who has been sick for many weeks, passed away Wednesday afternoon at three o'clock. He suffered eroat- y tne last three or four duvs be- iore niBdoatn, and death came as a great reier. His sons Fred and Robert and daughter. M- -l Minnie 1 nomas of Jacksom orjda,rund mat frl with him ut t the pioneers to a ript j been Ti misscdji lis fak more strel surv reW wern huil er-pres- ed castle and Miss Bertha Palmer could not assi of IvyPatch (Tallega) wero mar. ing couipellec riedlast,Thursday in Lee county Sundav8"honl day morning. ... 'T ' '.'V ;s. But, on the other crookedness. hand, il often happens thut when, you leave off the man of your party you let a worse one into shcr. office. So Micro you are. SPOUT SPRING Lloyd Todd sold a pair of mules to R. P. Wells for $800. J. T. Wright 3old to the Rev W. L. Byrd one. splendid saddle mare for $105. Wm. Barnott, of .Lexington, is here for a stay with liis fath 5il mat- - y City, Kress of X 10, 1016. t HARD WICK & fiOMP t t Fall and Winter Good t f Our Fall and Winter Goods are now in. We invite you to calland see them and get our prices. We handle up-to-datfe. At thN Times gives ime the er, Berry Barnett. cand fig- Quite a number from here vis ures on road that onr ited the famous oil fields at Un or the ion Hall Wednesday. readers should which we sake oi good r Mr. and Mrs; Oeorgo W. Lewis, hoped would finally be the out come, and the Inch personal re of Winchester, visited relatives gards for the individual mem here Saturday and Sunday. Moses McKinney bought of Rucker Lewis a nice combined three-year-ol- d bers of the fiscal court we have held up along this line. We re eret that the court continues to ignore the of the tried and true good roads people of the county and their repeated profTers of financial aid as wel as their urgent appeals for h re trenchmcnt of expenses drawn upon the county's already inad equate funds. The editor whs awav from the oflice all but. one day last week and while here that day spied a piece of delightful copy, and as a reminder of better day when we used to set the most of the type on Th Times, we ravenously ixew in on this choice piece of copy, resulting in a mix-uof the notice of "Important Change .in School." We reproduce this article corrected this week with tpolugies to Prof. Rauson and tr readers, pledgini: to trv to ide sjich errors on" our part in p horse for $125. Sidney Townsend has sold his splendid farm to some party at Oampton whose name we could not learn, for 88,500. Mr. Town send bought this place a few years ago of J. T. Wright for $2,000. This serves to show how real estate is advancing in these t t t t t Y parts. f Lawrence Sylvester, the four baby boy of Mr. and Mrs. Owen Putrick, of died Friday night and was buried at Jackson's Ohapel Satur day afternoon. The child's death was a result of severe burns caused by it falling acmes a pan of hot water which splash ed up against the child's clothes n parents ana The grandparents have the sympathy of a large number of friends. Kim-brell, erief-stricke- t t Y i t Y and good Merchandise, and at prices that will save you money. It is our aim to carry as near as possible every 'thing the people, want. It will pay you to call when in :heb of any thing in dry goods, notions, clothing, women s misses and children's short and long coats, 'ready-to-wea- r hats', sweaters and rain coats, women's corduroy skirts, .rrierts and boys' hats, rubber footwear for all, men's and 'boysj.dress. corduroy and cheap work pants, corduroy suits .sweaters, raincoats, hunting coats, also tables, chairs, safes bedst springs, mattresses, blankets, comforts, cots, trunks, su'caes, grips, oil carpets, sewing machines; "saddles, harn;ess, hardware, queensware, groceries, Bam w&goris. T "Sttfdebaker wagons. J$Wehandle Qtfe'en Quality shoes'for women, Walk-Ove- r shoe'for men, 'Stetson and Astor brand hats. Hart, Schaff- '" .. 1 Government Crop Report Y Y jnemid Marx'smdatchless brand clothing, Arrow brand "X L. . "fshirts and -1 Tollowinz1 M 'a snrrlmarv "flat Kosevelt o- - crop production for Kentucky, fted the Republican ticket, be compiled by Department of Ag This riculture, showing difference be Jse he pulled from it. he defeated the Republican tween last year and thin, so far jar icket because he pulled to ir as production this year is known. "Itoose has been of untold bene CORN fit to the Democrats, placing Estimate this year, 104,000,000 them eight years in power at bushels; production last year Washington, and at the same final estimate, 114,000,000 bus. time eliminating his obnoxious WHEAT. self from the indulgence of the October estimate, 8,100,000 country. Verily, great is Teddy, but much greater ia the good bushels; production last year, work he has unintentionally 0,900,000 bus. OATo. done for the people. October estimate, 4,200,000 Montgomery county wisely vot bushels; production last year, ars ii no . ...... . aooas- - anrif i Mrntn ii vcMaeeneve 'n Duvmff jvuens: yuu uan jcl liic hiusl iui yuur Tnuney; cry us 1 collarSiW x ; .1 . . uo-ro-aa- ce H 3rd wick & liO., ! ? t m Pine-Tar STANTON. Relieves' A Cold. Pine-Tar-Hon- ed down a bond issue to buy a poor farm. We one day favored bonds to make improvements we didn't mind to pay the tax tq get the, improvements We are wiser now. We nee that paying tax for a thing and get ting the object, is two different things. The only sure tiling we get in voting bonds jg the privilege of paying a bigger tux aud u worry to know what goes with the money. be-oau- se 5,460,000 bus. TOBACCO. t t y Estimate this year,- 480,000,000 lbs. ; production last year, 850,- 500,000 lbs. , - POTATOES. Estimate this year, 4,120,000 bushels; production last year, 0,340,000 bus. Hunting is a most enjoyable sport to mosr. boys aud men, and the season is now open, but the admonition "be careful with that gun" is not out of place to iny persons who handle such rn. Scores of persons and live jre. killed each season be- not handled ipnough. We iated and fail to it all ring. SWEET POTATOES. Estimate this year, 000,000 bushels; production last year, 1,050,000 bus. HAY. September estimate, 1,238,000 tons: production last year, 1,225,- 000 tons. con Dr. Bell's tains all the soothing elements of the forest. It healaUhe irritated membrane, and by its antiseptic properties loosens the phlegm, you breathe easier, and what promised to be a severe cold lias,been broken feeling, up. For. that stuifed-u- p had Eotten so weak I could not stand, tight chest or sore throat take a After Few Yean ef Discearagiag and I gave up in despair. dose of Dr. Bell's Ceadkiea, Mrs. 6Bock Gave At last, my husband got me a bottle ol and prevent a wearing, hacking Up ia Despair. Hubaid Cardul, the woman's tonic, and I comcough dragging through the winmenced taklngjt From the very first ter. At your Drnggist, 25o. udv. Caae te ReKae. HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE Pine-Tar-Hon- . APPLES. Estimate this year, 2,150,000 barrels; production last year, 4,170,000 barrels. difference in the avorge prices of'eomo jof tho foregoing crops,, on Nov. 1st of tho two years, was as follows : WANTED I Catron, Ky. In an interesting letter Bullock Per Bushel: Last Year This Year Wheat Corn Onto , lave It or for Lit 8Up- to ! 1 00 ,54 J;78 -- 1.08 Potatoes .45 f.50 11.60" ."57? ' means that It later vote for Per Tori':- -12,20 beauty t, tW tkae, could oaly sk up for a lktl wonderful ui teu. Selling whtie, aad cotdd sot walk anywlwe at U. At tida,.I would hava.sevare palna surely help ngonts in; every ftwn wanted. sold Cardi Write foe our deripttve litknylaftsidc erature. The KestMk Stats it wi& do.B Th doctor was caad bi, and fete Distributing Co., wrratwdj raMevad ate fer a wWk, but 1 was m fldlt. Bestir Sole Distributor Lfr thp.State MH aonthnd'te my bad'agaia. After ' r of Keutucky. BWf ? s' ''' $10. The Carohi Cabinet Phono-gragis now rjdy. fpr- - the dealers-- the onlyjoftbipetpliQn' ograph to reach thfpqapteat; h : from this place, Mrs,- - Dettie wrltfe as follows: "1 suffered for four yNrs, wltli womanly troubiae, aad during 1 Mavelqus?H dose, I could tell it was helping me. I can now walk two miles without Its tiring me, and am doing all my worj If you are all run down troubles, don't Cardul, the we more than a I years of coot: froBH trtat-aM- Ht 809-Tyi- . Hay IK SMILE OF HEALTH atic Grlppf Miss Hoyt Mizo entertained a BP BnTREHGTH NEW WAY John Landt, Victim of Chronic Stomach Weaknee","arid Generally Run Down Constitution, Tells How Ho Mrs.-R. Wells, who has been Won New Vigor Now Hale and renl sick for the past ten- - dayp, Hearty, Enjoy i Life to Limit is some better at this writing. f. Can YOU smile like this? Hearty, Jolly, contented It's the Manson Curtis is moving to smile of perfect health. It comes from the place he bought some time bounding red blood, ago, known as the Lfllie Moore Joy In living, the Vim and vigor of place. Bound manhood. They are talking turkeys at 20 How long slnco YOU have smiled cents a pound. There are sevlike this. De honeral of them on Frames Branch, est with yourself. some of them the nicest birds we Do you face tho mirror In the mornhave seen this season. ing with cheery Well, if many more of our pleasure over another day 'jorn, or farmers get cream separators and do you got I'D tired, ship the cream, there will be a droopy and weary, with a bad taste In butter famini in Clay City this your mouth, aches winter. Mrs. Mattie Todd, who in your body and sells from ten to thirty-fivlbs. bones, a and of butter a week," is going to orgrouchy feeling against all the der her one this week. your In world heart? If the latter, SLADE. then you need Just what John Lands necded--an- d found. I. H. MoDaniel sold 20 shoats John Lands Is to John Garrett for 8107. In the John Landt tho smller Hli Smile. picture. He is a R. B. Ewen and wife of Wilmachinist and lives at- 712 Freeman low Tree are visiting relatives avenue, Cincinnati. It Is tho experi ence he has been through that makes here. im smile today. George Faulkner sold to Cable Hobbled on Crutches. For Ave years John Lands has suf & Co. 28 barrels of corn,' deliver-ed- , fered from a weak stomach and kid- at 83.50 per bbl. oy trouble. Rheumatism set in and times made him vjrtually a cripple. Misses Anna Clark and Maude had tohousie around on crutches and Mabel Boone, ofSjtatjtou, laying oS two- rkTosing time and money, suf-- visited Miss. Minnie Faulkner -e - night. . Harmon Hall sold .a fat Sam Ottrr for nine nnd a half cents. Mr. .and Mrs. Asa Todd- - spent Sunday with 'J : 'F, .S in i t h .a n d family, Riley nnd Harmon Hall were over at Irvine" Monday, attending court. ' Will Davis of Cincinnati Is at home on a few days visit with his father, Wnr. Davis. " Mrs. BettieMolinftoti t.ndda"ughy MW;Ml'iiie McKnabb,- of Stanton,- are visiting Mrs. H.-hog to McKrtttbb,;wbo has been sick for, tei1, - f sometime. Our school i"b progressing nicely. Miss'iBrtha Yarber won a prize ftfr bestrcom posit ion on the teeth". ,Apif$l the cheers of her contestants, she received the prize a box. of Colgate's Dental Cream presented by Mrs. Drake. Miss Annie Bo.wen entertained her room Friday afternoon with a candy hunt which was enjoyed very much by the ' little folks. A good oil well has been drilled on farm of John Ashley on Sand Lick, about four miles from here. Report this week says about 500 ft. of oil is standing in tho well and that they are going to drill other wells at once. Mr. White of New York owns the lease and is building an automobile road out the ridjie from Bcatty ville to Mr. Ashley's farm. This is a Powell county well and hoping that a goodly portion of the oil pool is in this end of Powell. Last week a party of fifteen from New York went frorrr'.Torrent to Mr. horseback. If we h. d good roads the travel would go thro' we aro Ash-lev's, I iWtStiErE ill I I ImmmrW-MF&- KJO. w lf mWmL I kS K PflKj mm III 111 ill m IV WtJypm H 1j KPlJmmJl BP cmg, R a 'U- w!IlmaIce 1917 a Great Story Year. Besides the Great Serials and 250 Short Stories, thcre are rare Spec'3' Pages for each one. Family Page, exceptional Editorial Page. oys' Page GirIs' Pase. Children's Page, I'M Doctor's Corner, Current Events, Nature mm and Science, Travel, Information, etc. Ev.cryS from everywhere for every MM 0 the Tounrs companion, sl p.j su boston, mass. If lflj H IH IH fll HH H JmW H f i frl ll ISSl IFS 1 m VAJ k w QjJvi YFAD i U (m H 5 I an(l send i' (or 'I' name of this paper) with 2.00 for The Companion for 1917, amJ wc wi" send you 1:utthis OUT ""I i f ! 11 t&M MM FREE FREEB,TO5,,OMBCAt ciTA'Mr0'"113 T 1 SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE Call at The Time: nbinaiion Offer. HEES. I' Powell Circuit Court. George Forkner, Guardinn. here. Notice to Hunters. All persons aro hereby notified that no minting will be allowed upon the lands of the undersigned. John Scott, aE. D. Curtif, J Edwin Rose. . J. E. Burgher. AdditionaRiames added to ubove tor 2d cents each. Printeo'fcarrl.s "POSTED", two -, T for five A cents.' Cloirgecfltcm ftust Be Cleared. I I fully a hundred ifferent kinds, of medicine to relieve y condition during the last five years," he said. "But nothing seemed to do me any real good. Food would Ho heavy on my stomach and I had to take cathartics constantly. Then I had an extremely bad case of rheumatism. Once I had to lay off work for four months. I had to uso. crutches a good many weeks at' a time. "Look at me now! I am hale and hearty an enjoy life toUie limit. I am in full possession again of all my Hgony. foavo taken You wirtid Dr. King's New; Life Pilla.a ggntle vet effective lax Saturday and Sunday. ative for removing impurities from Mr. and Mrs. Alford Neai are the system. Accumulated waste visiting his brother Jim Neal on poisons the blood ; dizziness, bili Cane Creek, who is very sick ousne9 and piniply, muddy com with stomach trouble.' plexion are tbe distressing effects Miss Maudie Bowon visited A dose of DMK.iifg.'s New Life assure you a friends at Pilot Saturday and Pillls Sunday and met up with ma ny free,' full bowJfmove,inent in the of her old pupils and friends. ' ""morning. At ypMrDruggist,25e.ndv . Phlox, Roses, etc. ill The Guardinn, George Forkner, on the 30th day of November, that l)i- - , Free Illustrated Catalog ing tho third day of the November to; m j 1No Agents, of tho Powell Circuit Court, tit Stan ton, Powell County, nt the Court houze, K)lt ORCHARD, offer to lease to the higlirM ami lienl vmi (IARDKN. bidder for the purposes set out in t'le judgment nnd nt suiili terms no may he V. Hillenmeyer & Sons directed by tho Court for the development of oil and gitH and audi privileges Lexington, Ky. attendant thereto, u eerlain truct ( NuiaciniL'ii Since 1841. parcel of bind situitted in Powell t '(unity, Kentucky, and on the waters of li e middle fork of Ued Uivei.nud hou.nl-"e- d Earnest Forkner and tin Forknur, vs. r tut. l Aus- Mfl'i'iiiliini nil AD IS TREES, .e. ithubarb, .!': ns follows; to-"v- ' Bounded on the north by Ky Union Wnchoslci Land Co. : on the enst. h. the lnnd of Ahiu tiowen : mi the Miuth by Ieor,o Crp! rl Forkner and 11. S. .McKiiabb ; on tho west by. the lands of Chits. I'asluy mid Srrplus and Undivided Steve Brewer; containing 34- -' ueres $200,fJ( more or less. v Withci-spoonII- ll President. The above leiiso will be executed subject to the approval of the court W It. Sphiir Cashier. This the 8th day or Nov. 1010. GEO. FOUKNElt, Guardian. VOl'lf .U (JOI NT SOLICITED. Tuesday was the lirst real luig , natural vigor. Tanlac Did It. "What did it? Tanlac, the wonderful new tonic and system purifier. It is one hundred per cent efficient. No medicine I over took has done for me of what Tanlac has done. Asjs any of my friends who have seen mo daily, They will tell you the same thing. This Tanlac Is positively one-tent- h Low Prices and a killing day of the season, and to the short crop of corn many will kill early this year. ow-iu- WHEN YOU WANT A SHAVE OR HAIR CUT OR ANY High Quality We have a large stock of general mer-chandis- e, Tanlac, the master medicipo and reconstructive tonic,- is sold exclusively In CLAY Ull'Y by n En-to- shoes, groceries, etc., and,ivc know that by. dealing with us You Can Save Money We try to keey oar stock complete and oar aivi is io give every customer fall value for their money. Give us a trial. & McGuire, aH Othor exclusive agents in .nearfollows: Hardwick, & Oo.; Bowec, Day and King; College Uill, Giuter Brps. ; Torrent, J. Tqylo'r Dayj Irvine, Irvine Drug Co.; Genet, Genet Cash by tow.ns are Stanton at Sforp; 'Walteraville, Henry Wal-droand Boattyville-- , Thomas I'ryeo. VAUGHN'S MILL. Henry Waldron, WALTERSVILLE, Rheumatism Follows Exposure. In tile rain all day is generally followed oy painful twinges of rheumatism or neuralgia. Sloan's L.uiment will give you quick re. lief and prevent the tw!nge3 from becoming torture. It quickly without rubbing and soothes tho Bore nnd aching joints. For sore, stiff, exhausted muscles that ache and throb from overwork, Sloan's Litnment ali'ords quick relief, Bruises, sprains and other minor injuries to ehildren are quiokly soothed by Sloan's Liniment. Get a bottle at your Dmggits, 25c. Adv. pene-trttfe- a to-da- y TONSORIAL WORK CALL ON H. H. FHERIGO. aaniiiuiimuranii'icpiiitixiit ifieOnly GraiidPrizei (Highest Award) iven to 1 Dictionaries at tho Panama- PacificExposHioiv vrnsironfedfo WEBSTER'S NEW INTERNATIONAL Suneriority of Educational Merit. This new creation answera with final authority all kinds of puzzling questions sucn as "How 13 pronouncea agef 13 iirmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmWmmmmmmmmmmm n, - - KENTUCKY Man past 80 with horse and buggy to sell Stock Condition Powder in Powell (Jouiity. Salary $70 per month. Address 0 Industrial Bldg., In- Wauted Oharloy Nelson was hqmofrom it o vote. tas his new. warni- - dianapolis, Indiana. The lest lubriqaturi. without carben noi Mora 30,1 ileted. lice buuch of 'pound. HIGHEST PRICES PAID RtmltUnc Mailed on Day SUoueat U Rct UJ suffering rippe. U goiug t iOtU0 aqld- - Vfc m VLyy vi.nlCnto. ApI. thfa.fcljhflrot' ttlwiUVrja-'j- ' sSmryimirontwlloaiobilfji. Mie from CnetFKMii4..U jSn Jk freely. Pwlilwr lra tmn aitlua. Oh rour ' No Commission Wrilo fcr Prlc Shipping to Pay place .. Ut rBiw na ftnt niKhm'sfoci! Hi . ml. Umi Wm) with t'Mo'. (iti.ta vs WU.of Ma Clti Lto OllvrL'l fu,. - n..m- .- m Tt Ut d y ESabel&Sons l.rj.ritcd EtUbiUbj.lUS LOUISVILLE, KY. a bunch .of tsjto OhrlWcli.. Vof iiVl Surveys. iiea are beeit ey of J18 wo of East of west. to on 3 Turkey Buying. T. J. Wright, of Vaughn's Mill, passed t liroii:li theciry (his morning with a diove of 45J1 turkeys which seemed to be of unusual quality. Mr. Wright paid from 18 to 20 cents per pound for, these turkeys as pet quality. The birds ore being driven on foot to Slip smokes into your system! You've heard manv an earful about the Prince Albert out bite and Darch and lets VOi ym . smoke your fill without a comeback I Stake your bank roll that 1ST it proves out every hour of the day. Prince Albert, has always been sold without coupons or premiums. We prefer to give quality ! There's sport smoking a pipe or rolling your own, but you' know that you've got We tell you to have the right tobacco Prince Albert will bang1 the doors wide open for you to come in on a good time the national joy smoke firing un everv little so 'often. Without a regret! You'll feel like your smoke past has been wasted and will toe sorry you cannot back up for a fresh start. You swing on this say-s- o like it was a tip to a thousand-dolla- r bill I It s worth that in happiness and contentment to you, to every man sf who knows what' 'can be gotten out of a chummy jimmy pipe or a makin's rmtpntpri nrnness thatj cuts t-- a few Prince Albert JLJ. " survey Winchester. still on No More Backache for Her." Mrs. J. M.Gaskill, Etna Green L'nt as Ind., writes: "I suffered from severe backache, and sharp pains 709.75 through my. back until A. T. Knox, 8. 20 shooting not stoop over and get up I could 83.20 John D. Atkinson, Urinary trouble 70 10 without aid. R C. null, seemed to be the cause of it all 70 10 T. 0. Hull, A single box of Foley Kidney 70. 1Q J. M. Keunon, Pills gave mo such relief that I S 1,104.45 cannot praise them too highly." Total, This figures ouf 8(54 00 per This staudard remedy for kiduev and bladder ailments can be takmile, so far. As to w li it the will be, can not en with safety for backache, yet tell. swollen ankles, and rheumatic nThe above figuis taken pains. Sold everywhere. from the records of th is - Fringe 1 Albert -- Vote Down School Tax. CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR nose, tight chest, sore throat are sure signs of cold, and Dr. Kir.gV New Discovery is sure relief. A dose of this combination of an' (iseptiu ImlsamB snotlie's the irritat Education. mm sponee - moisirner ed membrane, clears the head, top, thatlteepttht tobacco in tuch EPWORTII LEAGUE loosens the phlegm, you breathe fine condition alway.l easier, and realize your cold ie Begins at 0:30. Promptly. broken up. Treat a cold persist Ruth Eaton, LeuiH-r- . measures leave a ently; half-waSubject: "Why Christianity is lingering cough. Take Dr. King's .Am Hope of our Country." New Discovery until your cold is Psalms, IX: gone. For 47 years the favorite remedy for younirvTiud. old. At America. Adv. 7Z j. your Druggist, 50c. 9Lk' to. Foley & Co., Chicago, III., Road Improvement Bonds. pie Immigrant : writing your iiuiiim aud address Mrs. W. R. Cassidy, Ethel clearly. You will receive in re lncan, Jbannie Mountz. Lilly turn a trial package containing Bids will be received b'y thtfFisr KY. surgher and Mrs. S. T. Oarr. cal Court of PoweliCounty, Ky., Foley's Honey and Tar Com Song. , coughs, until noon, Novenjuer2nd, 191(5, Christianity, Anions Other pound, for bronchial Any Time Student.' Admitted croup; Foley Kidney for$40,000road i mprpyejuent bonds. colds and Forces, the Hope of America. interPills, for lame back, weak kid- These bonda'.are to.'car Mrs. J. H. O'Rear. Adneys, rheumatism, bladder trou- est, jayable8Emi-annu.tll.Our Resources, and How We oft the Best Schools , in "SBOONE, . bles, and Foley Cathartic Tab- dress Shall Use Thorn. Co'iitjcClerkv Mrs. W. T. McGuire. lets, wholesome and thoroughf Courses in Agriculture and Domestic Science. nt0D. Ky . Song. ly cleansing cathurtic for consti" Prayer. Review Classes in the Common Branch's will be Conduced throughout pation, biliousness, headache and Notice to BqmifBuyers. Closing Sana. the Tetm. Sold everysluggish bowels. Tho Superintendent The undesigned Uiereny serves of the where. By paying part of their Expenses in Work, Students may get Sunday School of the Christian notice to bond buyers, that I 'be Rates at the Dormitory as low as $1 5o per Week. FOB SALE. Church requests that all memHave the requireuifQta of the law bers qi the youug men's class be Two Shetland ponies, gentle to have not been complied with in re present Sunday. ridp aud drive. Will sell reason- gard to thes voting, the issuing, the For Information Write to able. Apply to or. write A. M, sollins and apportioning of the Cut this Out--- lt Is Worth Money. Don't miss this. Cut out this Burgher, Clay City, Ky. $40,000 in road boiids in Powell slip, enclose with 5c and mail it county, Kentucky, and that as a Advertise In The Times. citizen and, taxpayer, and acting upon request for a number of o.th er taxpayers, I hereby serve notice and warning that the collection of Notice to Road Conlractots. tax to provide a sinking fund and to pay tho interest on thepo bonds, will be resisted through the courts. Creditors' Notice. Sealed proponalit for 'tho linprove J. E. BURGHER, ment of the State Aid road No. fltUM. All creditors of the estate of Thos. Citizen and taxpayer, and acting lieginnlng at a point near J. M. Welch will file their claims prop for other taxpayers of said ooun Welch's to tho forks of tjio road at 1 erly proven before the administra ty. Jllddlo Fork and Soutli Fork, Powell on or before let of Jan., 1917. tor County, Ky , will be received by "tin Notice to Road Contactors. FihL'ol Court In the county Court Hoiifo P. W. .Welch, Admr., Stanton, Ky.. until 12 o'eluck, noon, . Stanton. Ky. .The proposition in vote n tax of 15 cents in !) f. olidated Kjddville and Go., munis in Olurk county ti rumi the school was defeated Friday by a vote of 91 to 85. WV ul to see listrict, 60 why the peopte of voted . . nst this proposition, as the. u pay the county tax of not .weding 20 cents, anyway, and i enis that the people of any die r ft would rather manage their own tax money than have it l" into the hands of theUouiiM Hoard of v,- Promptly at 0:30. Leading Thought : uWhv is Christianity tho Hope of Our Country?" Ps. 9: 20 Home Missionary Meeting. Leader: Mr. White. Changing Seasons Bring Colds. "Stuffed-u- p cigarette with jrnnce "nopli'nor"!ior V" "& At Den TM. R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO. WUitoi-S.kN. C. to rrHR Prlne. b th rr.n head," clogged-u- p MM X Albert uar red tin, and In fact, everv Prince Albert pacltaie, h real musase-to-yo- u on Ita reverie llde. Voull read: "Proceti Patented lutvMth. 1)7." That meant that the United State. has irranted a natent on the procesi by which Prince Albert la made. Ana oy wnitn roniue one ino throat ptrch are cur our everywhere tobacco Issold rou'llftnd Prince Albert awaiting you Intoppy redbaEa.Se: tidy reu tint, idci n.naiom. pound and tin Humidor, ana in that clever Xif 1-- 20. : BTMTOH "GELE" at STANTGN, 5, y. One Kentucky. J Rev. J. C. Haniey, President, Stanton, Ky. NOV. 18 -- 20 -- 21 Sale. Sale. Sale. Children's Hats not ai' v ren s Hats, Velvet Hats, Plush Corduroy Caps. These prices good lY and MONDAY ONLY. 1 Creditors' Notice. All persons holding claims ayainst the estatoof J.'F. Martin, Sr , will file the same properly proven with the administrator on or before the 1st day af;Jau,, 1017. 9 D. W. tyartiiii Admr., Itossljn, Ky. For Good UarberlNK Try I A. P. Johnson i J. riOUNTZ In the old stand, n&xtto the Red River Houd" November 27th, 1010, approximate length otrond, lx miles. A certified check for 2.V).00 must each bid submitted, rlfjlit to lieginnlng at the city limits of Ola; City nnd ending at tho Clark county reject nny nnd till tijd reserved, l'laiij lino, I'owcll county, Ky will bo re and specifications may bo ceived by the Flscul Court In tho coun- forms of proposals olital ty Court House, Slanton, JCy., until 12 llco of I. S. Boone, o'clock, nooii,-Kov- , 27th, 1016, approx- at the Department Frankfort, Ky.. imate length of road, five miles. A certified check for $250.00 must accompany eacli bid submitted, right Attost: I. 8. Ill to reject any and all bids resorved, l'laru and Hpecillcatfons may bo seen aud forms pf proposal obtained at the oHIce of T. 8, Jtoone, County Clerk,! Stunton,Ky., aleo at tho Department ! Sealed proposals for tho Improvement of part of State Aid road No. -l. n..i.u. ..i.f... .. i m Shampooing and ScajjTrealmenj lAesvMpONB, ArT, KNOX, Judge. CIt'rk "lifh'll-V- " 'it! 3