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GIA-TGFPJpCY., TJ3UESDAI,. SEPTEJffiER" 2. JOI'C.
.Ve-are..Herfl'toLjlelp Clay City; Ihs Surrounding Country and Ourselves.
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY!
irsel.fjixDavers, made motion
K b . . , .V. Thn TTniterl Oil Co b test, on thfr
."well on'llie Jackso'd-ifarm, ''iaFre;
ported' dry. L. A. Watson and
bued for the defendants, by At
,or n'ey ;'&F ifi Spender, 'atidliepre
fientative Myers, of Covington.
Judge Smith Hays, Judge Beuton
nrl Attorney A. T. Stewart rep
resented the plaintiys, dage
tfidissolve the injunction, and re-
fAaeil tn rnise the bond aboye-f
$1,000. The defendants wiH. ap
peal the case. The WiooPwas
l&tlv contested in the local court
aiidwill be so continpe until-
passed uprabyheourt!of P
Thalaw provides that Road
Commissioners shall be selected
bv the Fiscal Court, lp" days be-
lore the election uu mo uuuu m
ede and their natnes;publi4h5d jo
Herald gave a review of the viU
rifiiis Kentucky-oil ileitis; wh?x:H
Tot course included the Powell
fro Restraining .Order,, f ssued
Circuit Clerk against Road
yfendants, flip, ?PW0Jlj
dSep"t. 20 flrH-PfTf8 "!m lk
beJoy as polished in the Herldi
City field, Powell county, smat?
pP.oI??lPlor dry holes are plentjw
county operations. The repor.
others No. 1 Luther Stevens farm,
umped 5 bbls. . B. A. Boniu-
vine's Nos.-.2;ffud) Beaker farm",
. i a.-.-j T7r-
son JiYd FirzaerSl'ddilled a dry
noie on tue-itose iarjnjiA aou
claim this is Mandatory
itJaayB shall, and th (W&autS
sav it i'a only directory, and may
2 Calrw Die with Blackleg.
aeveral head of fine calves froin
lilarikfefer-Bb ttrOW fitly; hthe
Ke learqed the trouble .and has
itot lost oie. since. W have
not hearVof'tliB diseae'e, oh. n-
oiheRiFoweJl opupy farm, .l
WriR&t, or vauRnniuiRu
ebme of fiiff cattTe somVV'WeBks
aVrn to have Trink.eve,
iTD wen uun
feet. DrjjBser and'others second
Kwell on. the Greerr Ciill farnij
pumped-flve bbls. j
"John H. MeClUrkin.'a test on
ithe Sarah Vance farm, pumped
'.five bbls. and No. 1 Emma
Mountz, is good for about 3 bblsi
HooBhaw, Henderson and others
well on the Geo. W. Clark farm
Oil Co.?fl test on the.Virden farBS
The,pJa.intiffsL?'I?r'01 U1. " . T
r1becauBefBel' loBtjatonanewaniora vv inte
farmr, Mrap and other? drilled
lb JiiiU .
aTfrv hoie'in a teat on the Shel
wi,!j si 1 1 h b cyr.f at nt a w4 1 -th
isnerRUo., os ol jnasaou
nd-jn vAte8t oir. rjeonort
: aam&county, ,AtJ-.Becry. jitilica:
a dry bole on the John Breuden-
hNrcr tflrm '
L . . ChiM Dies SdHenlyl r.
daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. Rankin
Barnetti.fymihiB south of town,
iiarnetvnia souu,oi0, .h,,b tw.orjTjilc?s south of
died.; a qjcldck; ihii moi-niug- ahis'ity-uidft rowning af tqr, a
front-tfrnatroublffof the tlupat. :nar;, utnk.itn'm,,,.
i rom!tfma troublof the tlupd
The chiiBTa&'boeH -ajliug a fqw
daVB and Mr. Barnett icamo ta
town 'bejoro. daylfghtjpr Dr,
child and. left: to call' tin it
iter lie .raafaea ,of the
before arriving at
(rents L Child.
fjy jittle, spivqapso puy
ippe pf,Ir. andrm
mm, of W cjty, pu.tt ,
parents were soon to lose
htneB8 as the little' ono
tfway Saturday and was
lunuey atrtlie cemetery. '
ktitiCt aTak 'us tb' 'eiprBsS
ItM ferflutiins tlieirWi
rtliknks.fPi't hbdeVd ibu and
P their neighbors have reuuefr"
lem in (neir oruem,
M ;:.-i...nIn;)-tiiin iv-l
Iter tinio Is fiiBt(coiiing and
roarta wnrxion w gettiug
farm, at a depth
Moran well was
of 800 feet.
Mr. Joe Clark1,.. of Hardwick'fi
creek, and Mfss'Zellu Sams, of
Spoub..8pringvef? !rriried at
.yaghu,a,Mi 'Cbrlstian Church
Saurdaj-nigbJ. ibveb Pur
Visj'Of thjs city, officiated.,, Thb
aud the ceremdny was witnessed
by a'-larpQ Uurber of friends.
Thomas Curtis passed.away at
hlayiljipe twprjnilpa -jsputh
lingering Illness of stpmaclrtrou
ble, aged 08 years, burial on
the. home 'ilace Monday. He; is
eurylve.d by' ar wife and -aeveral
children-. He f As twice ruarridd.
Buys Farm in Hardin County.
M. J?, Osborne one of- Powell
county's .substantia farmers,. .has
recently purchased a farm-of 304
600. TJflq, i8ii?n from
Ejipsabethtowu and ia. well im-
i SUs'SmH'Fsrm. ' '
John '1'; Wrigfie huk 'sold tb
tlarriSpn; StrangMVis 'ifyY farm'
of flfty adresyni fhis'
Spout Spring, , Th
H BVtterK' thedAtiila'cU
rw while y4u,i!aa.''"H
pncfe is not
feivau out, but'It- is known. to be
in 'the' uetyhb&rh6btfo'f"f30'Per
d W, VW yt?rQin, ?r vl nje(
Our PbsHlori en the Road Question.
,Befdre,,IKtfbdnd issue w'atf vot
ed' thePow'f'Il Fiscal Crttirt 'ap
13iil'fi6ued', $2'0';00ff td the' i-oads
eaSt M Station and' $20,o6o Itf
tlirf rWds"'iwt of Stantttn, ririd
tlitf r'oads'd'e'gilated for improve'
rfeah'f 'ft wasM!nowti'th'eh llidf
the' J$4O,00b Would not improve'
these' r'dad's'ffi'r Mr", ft E; Tom's
of tli'B Sta'te Department of Tub-1
Hrlll'ba'dSi tfo fflformed the (odrt,
but 'if w"as.':n:hdersf ood that "the'
ptfoplP -liVirfg on these-1 raffia
w"6ild " hSIr '''fliid 'raise mo'iiev'
enough"MW make such improve
ments. -' 1
" Now aiHd'HTie rriad Bitua'tiori'
Gast'of1 Stanton we' are' not sulli-
cle'dtly' Mdrm'ed to discuss and
WF-tt'IH leaVcthat for others to do;
rj'tftlh'thiaf-enH of the county we
w'irP 'promised the inip'roveme'nb1
dPft!ie' OrafktJ,county rbad, the'
M5ntg6riiek-,yicounty road and the1
EstilF cbanty i-oad. The magis
tratert signified their 'thteritiou
after tlib'election tb comply" with'
this order to a letter, but tliey
wefe1 stfpplatoted by -a Cdrhmiff-
sion that sought to take all the
money frbm the Estill coiirity
rob'd arid 6 the money from thei
Mbritgomofy county road, raise
no subscription and build only
the Clark, county road. Thefper
ril& taVely submitted to tliiB and
aslte'di thaWthe Commission' im
!tif 6'vo' tKe iEsti 1 1 connty'road" and
;i)fj parti k'v
!tfeW t'dispfAe ih'frQdrrJtlfiserorj
was filed in court to get theWat-
Wi f bdcahlo'tfihiTnds) of rihel
Magistrates wbo' were under
promibe fo the.lpeople.- .
Thetdatk cotinty road is 10 1
milb8'itr lengthfUhe Montgomery
county road itfmilea-ib length
tlie'Estill cbuntyJrbadiiB'13 miles
itflengtbi makmgsln alii IT' hilled
of 'road in Mfe westtiorrion df the
pounty.7 'This) $20,000 divided
among- these roads' maker$l,lir
peT rnilb' for ea'chtoadl If' the
people' want a- betten road thau
tluwill; build, thojftmust mhke
dp! more mbneyi aadVtiheY-Will get
themt Statb 'aidoiwdll help to
sVell this fundifromyfear toydnr.
W6 are for this division! arid
borib dther) 'Ifwe tail tb'gPt'
tliia we are irt favor of knockihg
Pdt' th'eibbnds art'd theW vdliUg tti
imjirtivl) bhffroadj aiid if 'tlie peo
pli-v'bfe tb do this, airtight, but
w'edb i'bbjeot tb building ' roads
unlleV broken prdhitse! Wd did1
aglee td iPt'alb tiie rnbtiby go bii;
one fba'd, if weAiould duly got to
Iiilprbv'P the Efctill' rbad UhdOr
bat riow" Wt!aRree'bo1yl to5
thfairiand' rigHfc thidgdo 'just
as ihe'irjeophv-w.ere'. (promised, or
dbjOhlog,. i , j .
Wo publish thSB week the Sher.
iff's'seitie'lu'erft1 and" tfie' Treas
urer'B re'pbri'1 wliicb s'liduld bo
r4ad by e'ibry 'taxp'ay'er In the
couutV. ?he law ' Quire's sUch
reporr tb' tie. Vhb)iBhedlonce eaPli
yeaV, apd bir Ffajril Court 5s' tn
'cu,Ririien'Ud' W li cpmpllance
wjtl'i tlie law in Ihfe; particular.
!Tlfc'.funeia.l o'tnM9 lata Mrs.
; at, PHllfa ylley.Qt.' 8 h by
'(tiy'P. O. Dcrthick.)
Prof. Johnson' was nt Nnda fiin
cjny herq he hold services for them.
'Mrs. Major Blackburn- wafJ' iit
Lexington last Thurtfhly bti busf
nes. " ' ' ": '
Mrs. llelen Japkson and jjaby
left, last, Thursday for Louisville
' Mis3 Katid Jackdn is visiting
friends'; and' rclafiveg in Bp'Wling
Green tlils week'.
Mrs. Belle Lee will move this
week into the house of Ben Hall
back of Catron's store.
Miss Golden Shackelford rcturnr
ed Sunday from. Hazard to -enter
school again this year.
-Miss Perl Skidmore1 '"was'hdmie
ovc.r,5Sundny ,and reurning.brpught,
ner umo. protner wan ner.- .
The election of. school trustees
will. bp held, the first Saturday in
Octqber under the new .law.
Dillafd' Martin and wife, of the
Soldier's! Home, are herb visiting
rela'tives arid friends this -week.
E. G.- Cowgill left last week for
Mt. Sterling and other points up
the C. & O. for a business trip.
Mr. Wm. Hardwick and daugh
ter, ,Mrs. -E. G, Cowgill, were in
Cincinnati' this, week buying goods.
Mrs". Minnie Thomas and her
daUgMePMtffVel! leftist 43$?ffir
ftlr. JJawgon; vho has-been visit-
ingr wittt a)mulu8 jacKson' una
family, leftfof ih& hdmein Chicago
Things will spon bp ready fpr, t6e
construction of the new depot.. Thp
fopndationiis all laid and the ohim
noyr is. being, built at this writing:
Tticbard Crowe wlH'' have an pn-
tertajnment, at' his school on Ppin-
peii Friday rlight', and an admission
of fifteen and twenty-five cents will
be charged. i !, '
Mr. J. S. Ewen ia having his silo
filled this week, Wp nepd silos all
oyer PowpU county. They arc ono
of .hft best, friends that the farmer
can havti oh hisi farmi 1
'RiHs.1 Bettw Hardwick is. visiting
in Winchester And. attended the'
State Convention ofctlio Christian
Church. The witer also.toQkjn
tho 'Convehtlbn one day.
Ben Sewell, of Jackson, who married-a.
,Stanton girl has bought' the
beautiful home of Mrs. May Hind-
man in Jackson. This is ono of the
best and most 'desirable, homes in
Donald1 Bohannan arrived last
week and has entered school. Ma
rion Atkinson came as far as Lex
ington and went to Now Washing
ton, Ind., .where, ho.is working in
the bank -with his. brother, Clar
Mrs. Bcttie Johnson, Rev, J. C,
Hanlov and wife and Miss Bessie
Hardwict atterided the W. C. T.
U. convention at Lexington the
past week. Mrs, Johnson will .visit
in Winchester i boforo returning
hohic " J
Rpbert Moms, w'hq, hi,leqn.
working in Detroit iMifh.vamvod
too late to attcncrthonuncral of hu
father .HcrirXJ' MoM' ' After I
u.i.k ; it -ii Mill' - -'n
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-has so 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-of Clay 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-a rthie
to a bootlegger, and we believe
here is one. - " .
Cw Injures Boy.
Hershel Baker, the thirteen-
year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. S. G.
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.
head,,.ice, arnits .anjlenabodyj
were jerrioiy Druisea, . uui no,
limbs were broken.
Ljriie cow Wis-chained.. 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 acci
dent that the lad escaped death
in such 'a horrifying experience.
His condition is not. serious and
hp - will be out again m a few
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 ,
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.
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IVTra M A 11 1119
at Jeffersonvillo, Ind. tli"
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. j-npy, v
sninn nf tlin hl T11P11 that WO hi
in Porwoll county. -The ptbWo7
the county aro'gettiilg impWtient'
tn tiiRn.oroo(irouas anu w&iuine
know;, wJieaijeyM arpr going to gs
Elder D...G Pm
tlnt'l 'h fiii6 iijio.pjii.nailS"
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