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title: 'The Clay City times. (Clay City, Ky.) 1901-current, February 17, 1916, Image 4',
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V aasjr to disuse the shapa
aa color of unsalabla brands
la imitate the Prince Albert
tidy rod tin,batitU impoinid
la imitst titm flavor of Prints
Albert tokacco I Tha patented
yroceu protects that I
And smoked in a makin's cigarette, Prince Albert is so
refreshing and delightful that it gives you a new idea of
cigarette happiness. Any way you fire-up Prince Albert, it
wffl win you quick as a flash it's so good and so friendly!
R. J. REYNOLDS j TOBACCO CO., WinstoivSalMH, N. C.
Michigan Man Here
Mr. Frank Tomliuson, of Bay
City, Mich., spent a few days here
.lasty week with relatives. Mr.
Tomlinson, who ia in the whole
sale leather business in Bay City,
has been Talcing a vacation for
the past few weeks and has just (
concluded a trip to points in
Florida and other Southern ,
states, and ws tin his way to Na
da to visit hi- brother, Charles,
who is einpiiiVfd in the Brndhead
Garrett urn there. He will
spend u fe i'i with his broth
er, Georj:', at Winchester, mid
expects ti u'uVh ftir home Friday.
Moving mil 1
R. P. Welle, who his had his I
mill in W ntgnmery fur some
time, is moving it back to Spout
Spring; where he will saw for
Shelt MuKinney, Curt Richard
son and others. Mr. Wells is a
good mill mmi who understands
his busmen, and he is always
kept busy. " j
James G. Lyle
Mrs. R. A. Irvin returned homo
Tuesday afternoon from Lexing
ton, where she had been, called
Friday morning (o attend tho
funeral of James G. Lyle, who
was a half-brother of tho lato
Rev, R. A. Irvin. Mr. Lyle, who
was 72 years of age, died Thurs
day after an illness of more than
i i i- i i t m i ii i i
Big Hemp Crop
Farmer' of Clark county pool
od thelr'hemp crop f us year und
..old the entire pool to Spears fc
Co,, of Paris', at 1 1J cents. The
crops m tho pool totalled about
meets men's tastes
all over the world !
The patented process makes
Prince Albert so good in a pipe
or rolled into a cigarette that
its popularity Is now uni
versal! It satisfies all smoke
desires I This patented process,
which also removes bite and
parch, is controlled by us. No
other tobacco can be like
the national joy smoke
Men who have stowed away gentle old jimmy pipes
for years, have brought them back to the tune of
Prince Albert! Get yours out, for your confidence
never will be abused! We tell you Prince Albert will
set pipe free the tenderest tongue I
T. B. Ware still has a bad cold
Aunt Nancy Berry is still sick
and is no better.
Killis Ware' has moved from
Weren back home.
T. G. Morehead is still on the
sick list, but some better. .
.las. Roberts and Chester Ever
man are aiming to go to Dayton,
U'u are now having the coldest
weather sit far this winter, and
the mads are worse than wo ever
saw them It's have the pikes,
Dr. M. L. Knox has bought the
Emiuett Fauiker farm below
Burn to the wife of Geo. Chap
man, Saturday niirlit, the 18th, h
Some one broke into tho station
Friday night, but found little of
Frank Tomlinson of Bay City,
Michigan, is visiting hip brother,
Mrs. II. G. Garrett was up
from Winchester Saturday to seo
her mother, Mrs. Day.
. Miss Ethel Johnson, of Clay
Clay City Construction Co.
Clay City, Ky.
Contracting Brick Layers.-Na
job toe IargeNene tee small
Prlnc Albort can t loaf hi
oporywhoro tobacco it soa
in loppy rod bag; Set tidy
rod tin: 10c i mmhmi
pound and half-pound tin
humldori and in that dotty
pound cryttal-tlott humidor
uitH opongo-moirtnor top
that Arspa A tobacco fat
loch fin condition t
City, spent Sunday night with
her sister, Mrs. Tomlinson.
Pete Chester 1b moving to Haz
ard this week. His house will bo
occupied by' engineer Baker
Judge Adams, of Clay City, is
spending a few days with his
daughter, Mrs. Harry Shattuck.
..Those to receive diplomas from
Tho Ky. Sundav School Associa
tion f o r taking the Teatdfer'a
Training Course, were Mrs. Lo
gan Stewart and Mrs. R. A. Hart
or. Mrs. Susan Eweu, of Duudeo,
had a bad fall Friday crossing
the railroad track near tho board
ins: house. The result was a
sprained wrist, and a broken arm.
She received immediate aid from
Dr. Knox, and is resting nicely
tor onr of her age.
Maybe Next Week
.Ihh 6. Rogers and Jep Smyth
of this place, went up into the
till IMds of Kstill this week, and
they bring back a glowing xtory
of oil, nan and coming prosperity
now already there. They saw
the drill reach the yellow sand in
one well, in the storm-centre of
that field, the MoKinney farm
the oil rising 300 feet in the well.
They Baw the gas from one well
running the engines and pump-ing-station,
and big streams of
black oil flowing Into tho tanks,
aun land selling for more than
$100 a u acre.
A drill started Wednesday on
the Powell side of the mountain,
near tho old Vaughn farm, Hard
wick's Creek, and it wou't bo
long, wu hope, before we can tell
the balance of tho story.
0. W. Piorsall, of Log Lick,
will hnvo a sale of his porsona'
property Feb. 28. J. W. Niblack
of Virdon will also have a sale on
The Kentucky Good Roads
Association will send a speaker to
Stanton Feb. 28, to explain the
provisions of the law and inform
the public generally as to the work.
Bud Kennon, who ha.s been ill
for-flomo time, ia somewhat bet
Miss Ethel Ballard, of Lex.ng
ton, is spending a cnuplo o f
weeks with relatives here.
Mrs. T. J. Kirk, who has been
ill for si'iuo time, is somewhat
A. Rucker, who has been con
iined to the house for some time,
is able to be out again.
Mrs. L. P. Keith is spending a
fow months in Florida - with her
sister, Mrs. Hall, of Lexington.
Miss Hattic Blair returned t
her home at Morehead Wednea
day, Hfter a few days' visit witl
Mrs. A. T. Whit.
Mr. John T. Hazelrigg, of
Frankfort, is spending a fow
days with his brother, O. A. Haz
elrigg, and family.
Alene Vaughn Sbimfessel, the
youngest daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. C. Shimfessel, is improving
after a severe cold.
For Sale: One five-year-olt
mare, and a three-year-old mnle.
Apply to Mrs. Nannie Pryor.
Spout .Spring, Ky. 7-2t
Seven room house with nine
acres of land in lower end of town.
Good well and springs and two
geed stock bams. For further
particulars and price see Matt
Mr. and Mrs. OIihh. Tomlinson,
of Nada, spent Sunday here; anrl
were accompli nied home by Miss
K'liel Johnson and Frank Tom
linson. Mrs. T G. White entertained
i number of the young folks Mon
day night, .and a very enjoyable
line was snent in dancing, mils
F. N Eva ns who has been em
ployed for some time in tho lab.
oratory of the Pearsito Work,
left for his homo in Dan. Vn., a
few days a to.
Will Mouutz and family have
returned from Lamar. Morgan
ounty, where Mr. Mountz- has
ieen storekeeper gunedr at Vance
February is theshortost month
in the yenr, hut it is far from
possessing the shortest number
of eventful days, ninontr them bo
ing Ground Hoc, the 2nd ; Lin.
coin's Birthday, tho 12th; Val
entind Day, the 14th, and Wash
ington's Birthday, the 22nd.
The Christian Endeavor meet
ing Sunday night wiH be conduct
ed by the married men, only. The
subject wR be "Putting the Bible
Into Life," and Mr. Henry Wal
area wU. be leader. The musical
program wiM be under the direc
tion f Prof. C. E. White, leader
f the band.
Mrs. J. F. Smith is suffering
with a bad cold.
Ambrose Barnett is moving tcr
Bud Kennon has bet'ii quite '11
for the past "week.
J. W. Mize went to Irvine one
day this week on business.
Miss Ida Smith called on Mrs.
Ella,Christophor Friday afternoon
Mrs. Hattie Mize and Httle
daughter Mildred, are both Very
'Bill Wells bought of Jin Ber
ry Strange a two-ycar-old heifer
Mrs. Martha Todd spent Tlfurs
day with Mrs. Ella Christopher
of Spout Spring.
Asa Todd visited his sister,
Mrs. Henry Wiseman, of Clark
tsounty, last week.
Miss Hoyt Mizo entertained a
few of her friends Saturday after
noon. Miss Haila Barnett pick
ed the banjo and they all enjoyed
themselves very much.
Attorneys Jno. D. Atkinson
und A. T. Stewart were down
from Stanton Wednesday attend
ing Squire Sew ell's court .in the
case of Mrs Russell against the
tenants of the Central Hotel.
Joe Mountz has greatly improv
ed his property bv putting up a
splendid fence, aroittmd the lot.
Joo in a hustler who is always
.rrying to improve tho appearance
f his property,, and tho town
needs more like him.
John T. Pofts, who has been
uying ties tor ah Ohio firm, re
ports that very few are coming
in now owing to the bad roads,
but he lias secured a number of
contracts for future delivery.
J. O. Fitch was iu town Thurs
day. Mr. Fitch was recently
transferred from Jackson to Lex
ington, from which point ho look?
aftor tho interests of the K. U.
Joe Mountz was all smiles
Thursday owing to tio arrival at
his home that morning of a hand
sum" boy. The little fellow will
be named Mountford McKinney.
W. M. Mountz & Son ha?o tak
en tho agency for the Johnson
Implement Co., and will handle
a complete line of 'farm machine
ry I hia year. The prices on their
goods are said to be very attract
ive. They will have a stock iu
about April 1. Watch for their
Mrs. Arthur Stinful loft Satur
day for Williamsburg, whore she
will visit relatives for awhile be
foro rejoining her husband at
Middletown, Ohio, whero ho has
a good .position. Mr. Stauful was
employed here for some time
with the Pearsite Co., and they
stayed with Mrs. Stanful's sis
ter, Mrs. Mury Bolle Potitt. .
Bore's whero wo swear oft' on
this groundhog business. Only
lust week we wore convinced that
winter was at an end, and then
comes tho coldest spell of the
winter. Sunday we laid plans
for nn early garden, but Monday,
morning utter getting thawed
niifllc.ipnth- to ffit nut of bed.' wu
had to lay plans to ct another
loud of coal.
Blank deeds for sale at The
Times office, 5 cents each.