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M. P. O'MARA, Editor
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te pay up, as we carmet affera', at' the present price ef
The Tines, te carry any unpaid sdbscriptiens. These
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due, are asked te settle them as seen as passible. We
want te uaprere the paper with each issue, but k takes
meney these days te buy type and equipment.
TWh3tlr;aMniriui in French
hmxr-bif vKok: m leoal business
aoJwaon ot West Virginia,
iHi4y,i expecl home
Ms trip toChlo and
'lArf Cmptoa Is hero
JJ Daniel and
' ...... TW.l 1T1IM ITTniliril 111 TIM II lllllllllll I V -
Revi O.X.Twb, preached at the
k rchrfsfianchuroh Sunday, andjlichard
Crowe at the Presbyterian church, in
Miss Alice Creed spent lat week in
Lexington with Her sister, returning
home Saturday with her niece and
nephew, James and Eula Webb.
.- '-r Bey. D. H. Matherly nnd wire and
child ofJRIchmond,, who are visiting
-via CWijr:Ojty , were in Stanton one day
'laefeek with Rev. J. T. Adams.
Mrp-Bobt. Blackburn and son, Col
sofa, and sister, Minnie Conlee, have
-. arrived homo from Winchester wh'ero
they stopped oil on the way Jroin Be
rea. Do not forgot the Temperance Rally
to be held the -1th of July. A npcciai
program is being prepared. The W. C.
T, U. of. Clay City and Nada are invited,
to be present and help.
The writer lias been away so much
this past week that he has not been
iblo to collect the news. He spent
several days in Menefeo county looking
after Sunday-school work, peaching at
Roe Wells school-house, and in French
burg, Sunday. Prof, and Mrs Weid
ler, who are well remembered here in
Stanton, are still there in charge of
Low Prices and
W'e hyve a largo stock of general mer
olititulise, shoes, groceries, etc., and we know
that by dealing with us
You Can Save Money ' .
Wetry to keey our stock complete and
oxor aim is iogive every customer full value,
for their money. Give us a trial.
WALTERSVILLE, - - KENTUCKY
We are Here to
Frenchburg College. They 'pre-fl
paring to buna a nnc aormiiery so s
to be able to take care of the increas
ing number of students.
We find the following about some of
our folks in the Winchester Democrat;
"Mr. and Mrs. S. K. Baird, of. this
county, entertained with a delightful-!
dinner Thursday afternoon in hoaorpfj, -SVeiftlitlctpktea that there
Mrs. Georgia Tompkins who, onfiat-f -Kx-ir .-"- ,",. . ...
urday, became the.bride of Dr.W. ET. j
Triplett of Winchester and MUte4rrwwf..
ling. The dinner was, a prcttyjoygU i
Iment to the popular- eoo Pj-rH
was served in seveiWwMHHWi - aHfta
fiiil and other points in the'United.
States; and will go on to UodsuI,, in
Saskatchewan, Canada ( where Dr.
Triplett own, a wheat farm on which
ho spends his vacations. Mrs. Trip
lett is a daughter of Mr. John W.
Williams, of near Stanton, and was
the widow of the late John L. Tomp-:
kins, formerly roadmastcr oftheL.dc
E., who died some years ago. They
will likely make their-home in "Jit.
Sterling, where the Doctor has a good
The estate of the late J. R.
Orowe, conpistjng of 137 acres of
laud in Montgomery' county,,
close to Levee, together wjth.
personal property, will be offered
for sale on July 1, by the admiiii
strators, Strauder Tipton and
Win. Jordan. This land is with
in a short distnuco of the newly
opened oil .field and should bring
a good prjee. D. R. Danield is
Help Clay CRy; the Surrounding Country and Ourselves.
KY,, THURSDAY, JUNE
In 8pite the wet weather
which has greatly hampered their
work for several days the road
commissioasftfl are proceeding
teadily with their work and the
surveying ,tts been completed
irom otaBiB: to uowen ana me
8urveyor8iO?ew are now on their
way to.Lnlbjgrud, having passed
through OlijrOity Monday. As
soon as tbelteute is selected and
completed the blue
made and sent in
oaal of the State
ssioner, after which
will be advertised
let out. The pre
plans and the de-
f necessity a rather.
ing, but the commia-
orking hard and ev
il be made to have
as soon as possible
iiBculty in selectine
,uiay uny roijUiDe-
ically every proper-
ng the. road has ex--.
essary ior a' piKe,
y. commendable ac-
aa the. road is fin-
lvppHyfeve will:give the
aute m fafi stating' whereat.
runs aim .wuuisu jkiiu ii guea
through, aiidilso stating if they
donated .the Jand or whether the
county had, to buy it.
LitUerEugena-Mastin, the youngest
child of Mr. and Ira. Lowis Mastin,
of near Will tcrsyille, died last Thursday
night after a.short illness of enteritis.
The child was jibqut thirteen months
old and was A yer bright anu lovable
little fellow, and tne. sympathy of the
community goes out to the parents in
their loss. "Funoral services were held
at the gravo'at Powell Valley church,
ltev.Dillard l'otts who olilciated, tak
ing for his text, "Suffer Little Children
to Come Unto. Me," At the time of
Eugene's death another child, Lawar
ence, aged-3,,waa critically ill, and is
not out of danger yot. Dollie Mae,
aged six, was also quite ill but is better
Judge Q;. W, Gourley, of
Beattyville', was in town Wednes
day, and wid a, pleasant 'cull at
The Times office, where ho is
always welcome. Judge Gourley
states that he in well pleased
with the outlook, in his race for
the Republican " nomination for
Judge of the Court of Appeals,
iu spite of the number of candi
dates who. Wye entered the race,
Powell cuunty. tnay be depended
on to give Judge (Jourley u good
majority 'asf he is well known
here. undjtlu8e who know him
best.h&vehMouVt as his ability
to make tt MtisfRCtory Judge ot
the higiiell'obart in the state.
RuW JtsliAIurpIiy, a young
attorney aLsaciHgtOB, has an
HoHMMlaC'a; (Mitdidate for the
Big Plant to
If plans at present under way
are matured, the plant of the
Pearaite Company, which has
been closed for the past two
mouths, will be re-opened short
ly. A small group of capitalists,
among whom are A. A. Lowrv,
of Detroit, and Senator Beatty,
of Bowling Green, 0., have ar
ranged to take the business over
and will be incorporated under
the name of the Kentucky Coal
Products Co. The plant will
manufacture dyes and kindred
products, and the business will
be conducted on a large scale.
Mr. Lowry and Senator Beatty
are notn well Known in tne
financial world and they have
been here for the past few days,
going iuto every phase of the
matter and only a few minor de
tails now remain to be arranged.
Mr. L. W. Searle8will be retained
as general manager of the con
cern. Senator Beatty is author
ity for the statement that, should
no hitch occur in the deal, tbe
plant would be running within
thirty days, and that all the in
debtedness, of the Pearsito Com
pany would. bepaid off within
newr, indeed, to the people, of
Clay City and Powell eounty.
Rev. Elbert Winkler, of Will-
- ' ' t -
iafttrtr vtrhn fina Imlrl fmir ctm.
U y V U w V U 1UU4 U X J
cessful revivals at the Christian
cnurcn Here during the past four
years, will open another meeting
here on the first Sunday in Oc
tober. Bro. Winkler is a splen
did preacher, his sermons being
i i i ...u i
uuiii lUKivui aim won ucnvcicu,
and the public is cordially invited
Sunday, June 25, 7.30 p. m.
Tqpic,-"What is the Purpose
of jour Life on Earth?"
Leader, Miss Ly da Newkirk.
Preaching service will be held
immediately after the program,
and all are invited to attend
To reduce my stock and make room for
my new early fall goods which will soon he
coming in I am offering all trimmed hats
At Special Reduced Prices
If you are looking for money-saving bar
gains call and see my stock. My goods are
all new and stylish and my prices are rea
sonable. Mrs. W. J. Mountz
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY.
Is Party Plank
The Democratic National con
vention finished its work Friday
at St. Louis by'adoptiug the par
ty platform exactly as approved
by President Wilson and submit
ted by the resolution committee,
including the plank on Ameri.
canism and that favoring woman
suffrage but not until the harmo
ny of its three days' session hmi
been disturbed with a row over
the suffrage plank. No voico
was raised against the vigorous
declarations of the Americanism
plank, but at one time it looked
as if the sniTrage plank had been
lost. After Senator Walsh of Mon
tana had told the convention that.
President Wilson himself consid
ed it vital to party success, it was
voted iuto the platform by a bal
lot of 888 to lbli. The entire
platform then was adopted with
oat roll call.
As it went iuto the platform
the suifrage plank stands:
"Wo favor the extension of
the franchise to the women of
this country, state by state, on
the same terms as to the men."
Lord's Prayer. '
Topic: What is the Purpose of
our Life on Earth? Eph. II : 1-10.
Seeing is Believing: Mrs. E.
The Foreign Christian: Fau
Mission in Korea : Mrs. W. R.
The Gospel the Power of
God unto Salvation: Mrs. F. P.
Takin" Stock : Ethel Johnson.
w niir.unrmr, aaui : a n ha itni
ers. Marie Pettit. Helen Vol me.
Ruth Burgher, Orplm Burghet
Report of Secretary.'
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