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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): December 19, 1912 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1912 cla1912121901_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.): December 19, 1912 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1912 $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. 0 THE CLAY CITY TIMES Si. on a Year In Advnnci. We are here lo help Clay City, the SorronnJing Country and Oarselves. .1. E. Burgher, Publisher. VOL. XVI r ' CLAY CITY, KYM THURSDAY. DECEMBER jy. J9I2. NO. 5J. STANTON COLLEGE Offers Unparalleled Advantages To The' Young People To Get An Education. For Information, Address REV. J. New Roatf Proposed. Free Course in Road Building. The road fromjhis city to StanThe College of Civil EngineerBefore another issue of this paper is due Christmas will be ing of State University of Ken- ton has never and never can be require. with us, with its glad tidings of tucky will open January (5 the made what second annual course for munici- It is too hilly. .For some time joy and mirth to both the young We hope that our pality and highway engineers. A there has been talk of a new and old. readers will all spend this sacred large attendance it expected. route some what'paralleled to the day iu the proper way. Let us This course will be open to all railroad, but nearer the foot of remember that it is the birthday citizens of the State freo of the hills on dryer land. The of our Lord and Savior, and that charge and persons applying for Times has always advocated a to properly observe this day is to admission will be admitted with- better grade for' our roads. Now spend it in sincerity and righteous out any reference to educational that iu the near future another living. We should not celebrate qualifications. The subjects of bridge between, this city and this sacred day iu altogether surveying leyeling, mapping, Stanton is imperative, and on the wining and dining coupled with making profiles, mad construction proposed new road it will be some exploding fireworks aud yelling, and maintenance, specifications, further down tire river, it is well highway but rather should we 6eek out to city streets, paving and aud dis- that the road be located first and bridges will be studied keep the day as we believe our cussed. From time to time dur- - ready for travel when the bridge We don't think Lord would have us keep it. Eat- ing the course experts on the is completed. on various subjects under consid- the county can ever afford to iming upon the fat of our labors this day is not sinful, innocent eration, will lecture to tin- classes, prove the old road, and for this the benefit, explosives by the young is not thus giving them experienced of reason a new road of better grade years of practical should be opened and be made siutul to our judgment, neither ready for permanent improvegames and other forms is innocent l.. & N. Must Reduce Rates. sinful, but trifling Conirue:ce- - Com- ment soon as the county becomes of amusement The Interstate gambling as is frequently indulg- mission upMd the Lebanon Com- able to do so. The new road proposed, besides ed iu should not be encouraged, mercial Club's complaint against having so muchetter grade, is s and excessive driukiug to cele- the L. & N involving the old brate the birth of our Savoir is a rjttes betweenrLebanqo.unoLQui-- . also, sqmev disgrace to us as a Christian na- ville, and from outside points to road, if a bridge' is built at the rates from present crossing, it is claimed tion Let us spend this Christ- Lebanon. mas in a sober, riehteous manner Louixville to Lebanon are held un- that an additional bridge will and Svash our bauds from the reasonable and rate for the future have to be built across a creek reduced from this side of the river ford to get many sinful practices heretofore are presoiibed. 45 to :8 cents and to on down the across the backwater which is in indulged in. line. the way soon after the river gets O. D. Snowden, who moved up. It is also claimed that a Now that the gift time of the from this rountv to Arkansas a year is here we should remember number of years ago, has return- bridge can be located ou the new road where abutments will be that it is more blessed to give ed on a visis. He is now at necessary only on one side of the than to receive. river and that au approach to the bridge will have, of course, to be built to but one side on account of the cliff and high bank on this We are showing an Elegant Line of side of the river. The conten tion is that the 6aviug of money oiuthe building of the bridge on the proposed new road and the saving to the county on not huv-into build an extra bridge to head off backwater, will be sufficient to open up the new road Including and fit it for travel. The law passed by the last session of the Legislature requires that no new road cau be built in this State where the grade at any place is greater than five feet rise to one hundred feet iu distance. The new road can be made to conform to this law, and as it can, everybody knows the road to (it you and your pocketbook. should be opened. There will be no movement made, we presume, kind of Merchandise, think of to close the old road, but it will When you want any be left for use just as it is, and there would not, at this time, be an agitation for a new road were it not to get the bridge located on a butter graded road. and give ifs the opportunity to please you as we , Powell county must iu the fuhave been doing for so many years paft with ture have better roads. The grade mutit be improved as well satisfaction both to you and ourselves. as the surface of the road. The location must also be improved. Working along these lines, the county should never spend much money on any road unless it is u Christmas. e C. HAN LEY, President, STANTON, KY. Times Change. permanent fixture and unless it is on the best location possible. The Interstate Commerce Commission has decided that the Illinois Central railroad must furnish cars to the mines along its lines according to their rated liourlv capacity. In this, it is believed, a solution of the troubles at the mines at Mcllenry, Ohio county, has been found. In days of old this little fable was.applicable : A man had three grown sons for whom he selected vocations. The first one was very smart, the next one was very good, the last was very simple minded. In his wisdom the man said : "This one is so very smart I will make a lawyer of; the good one shall be a preacher; poor Jack knows so little I will make a farmer out of him." But times have changed, and the wheels of progress have slowly turned and today there is no occupation in the world that calls for more ability and judg- - It is our intention to get the Times out next Taesday that we may take a week off Christmas without interruption. It is usually one day and we guess it will be that way this time, but we want to get. the paper off 60 we can get one hindrance at least out of the way. Judge Allen McCormick, of Montgomery couuty, who was so seriously injured in a railroad accident near Mt. Sterling last Thursday, at time. his daughter was killed, is now thought to have good chances for recovery. The Times one year sent to a friend would make a real nice Christmas present.. It would pleasantly remind your friend of times your generosity fifty-twduring the year. Try it. o first-clas- pOn First-claq- s ht-in- g ment, brains, training, industry and adaptability than does farming. It is surely a mnn's iob. To plow and sow and reap without understanding is no more real farming than cutting a man's leg off with an axe is surgery. Agriculture is the basis of a na tion's wealth ana witunut our agriculture we would not be here. We could not live, and all industry bears a direct relationship with farming. Our soil is our greatest, asset and .from ..the snii comes the major portion of all the wealth of which we boast. Conserving and building up this, our greatest asset, holps every one, whether rich or poor, a worker or u retired man. Inland F nimr I WALDRON & i JOHNSON, Waltersville, Ky. We carry a full line of General Merchandise and are selling the goods to our large trade FALL AND WINTER g GOODS and they tell us they are Cloaks and Wraps MEN'S AND BOYS' irdS Ladies' Suits, Millinery, and etc. Saving Money. You can do the same thing. If you are not already one of our many pleased customers, come round oine day and give our place a look through and let us price you some of our goods. They willopeiiyoureyestoan opportunity. LOTH ING SHIMFESSEL'S, Send Us Your Orders over telephone, by messenger or otherwise and if you live in Clay City or near our store we will "deliver the goods1' Everything to Please theCustomer is well protected in Clark county The Commercial Club of Winchester has retained some of the VKUV THURSDAY. PUHLI31IKP best counsel in that city to aid the railroad's own able attorneys Subscription rates $1 a year or three in lighting against, the rights of years in advance the people, and in some instances ) THE TIMES. E. Hurnhcr, Publisher. second-clas- s Entered na mall matter. Dee. Thursday, 1, 1912. CLUB HATES. For the convenience of our subscribers, we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned : The Times and Courier-Journ$1.00 ' Cincinnati Enquirer 1.10 90 " Louisville Herald ' Home and Farm 75 " Ir land Farmer 1.00 " American Farmer 90 " Southern Agriculturist 75 al The Winchester Democrat, thinks the L. & N. railroad should receive better treatment than it is receiving at the hands of Kentuckians. Along this line it says: The people should not condemn the railroads in Kentucky, especially the L. & N., as to their seemingly evasion of the tax assessment TheL. &N railroad has done more for Ken tucky than any other person or corporation ever has, or perhaps over will do It is unfortunately the case, that Mr. Justus Goebel, who has been making the leading fight against the rail roads, especially the L. & N.. has personal grounds, on account of the known strictures that ex isted between his brother, ex Governor Win. Goebel, anil the L &N Hostility against the railroads of the state brings nothing but disaster. As the L & N. has more mileage than any other road in the state, and has done wonderful things for Ken tucky, all Kentuckians should see to it that nothing but justice is done to this road. Especially hu8 Winchester and Clark coun ty been greatly benefitted by its lines. This paper is speaking from the standpoint of utmost fairness. The L. & N. pays lib- erully for every iuch of space used in this paper in coiu of the ready learned that the L. & N. courts which was rendered in, favor of the road then also building trom Richmond and this road was later turned over to tho L. & N. which road in all probability was then fighting tho completion of tho road that they are now building. It is quite likely that mountain citizens of that county if the Democrat will make the have suffered heavily froni tho proper investigation it will find prpvailing sentiment. Natives that the L. & N. has retarded have fared far better. This is progress in this part of the state not justice and the fair minded rather than promoted it, holding people of this county, of which back many developments until there are many, should watch they themselves get ready to and not allow themselves trapped make them. with those who are willing to sell The Democratic party of themselves soul and body to the with the single exception L. & N. railroad for coin or imag- of the "Winchester Democrat" inary development. not Democrats is at variance Some of tho best people we with the L. & N. railroad; some know of live in Winchester and thing like over half the towns Clark county and they tell us through which the road runs has they deplore the sentiment voic- had to prosecute it to get fair ed by the Democrat and the ac- rates over the line. The Democratic officials at Frankfort and tion taken in some instances the road is at variance and in the the country people. now pending before The first rail oad ever built by prosecution the Railroad Commission of this theL. & N. in Clark county is road it has been openly charged imw being constructed by that assassirnmpany. They bought out the with taking a hand in the nation of Governor Goebel, anil old Ky. Central years ago after Tuesday did e the line had been completed and no longer than read of a dicision of the Nation operated for years from Living--- i ul Interstate Commerce Commit.-sioon to Cincinnati. Thus theL. in which this road was foil& N. can not boast of developing ed to reduce their first class ruir .my in Clark county until recent Ky. and Loul . The same line that is now between Ledannn, isville more than 85 per cent. tM'ing built from Irvine to This road has to be watched on was surveyed twevty-fiv- e wars ago aud considerable work every corner to stay its confisca one on it in Estill county and tory hand. ould have been completed but Much of life's friction is due tor a reverse decision of the to a well oiled tXiugue. Ken-tuck- y v n Ono advantage of the sinclo term would be that former presidents could enter upon tho enjoyment of their pensions without waiting so long. If the Republican campnign committee spent nearly one million dollars and carried two small stats, what Oh, very well. Published figures show that money was wasted in Mr. Tuft's campaign. He could have been defeated for half the sum. For some reason or other, the chestnuts we buy now don't taste like the ones we UBed to risk our necks to get. $ioo Reward, $ioo. The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there in at least one dreaded diseaxe that science has been able to cure in all its stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a conntitu-tiona- l diseudt, requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Cntarrh Cure is taken Internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucoua surfaces of the system, thereby the foundation of tho disgiving the patient ease, and strength by building up the and assisting nature in doing its work. The ; roprletom have so much faith in its curative powers that they otl'er One -Dollars forHny case that it fails to cure. Send for list of tes timonials, Address: F. J. Cheney & Co,. Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists, 75c Take Hall's Family Pills for dv. contipntion. con-stitut;- Hundred- Ilif JSWdTS C (School (or Teachers Conrmt Uadluc to Eltmmtarr, lalcraedlatc and Lift Kuy (Vr ValM la all PaWtc. tlftsatu. Specla gchoola of Kantuckr. Murwi ana Ooaraet. Tuition Ft to Ap t) a Training I 7VWCHMOH0.KY. aniri DUiaini ! MlnteM. TvoanUi&dld'lur Itrl,nroMtohool, !! Tr- Bw manual waiDin Rripooe. rirlTtrni aglu N.r.Wf 1. TMrt Term J.Do.-r- -. nBBB. FmUent. , Win-nest- er v Little Stockings and Big Stockings will be more generously filled this Christmas than ever and our Holi3ay Stock affords an opportunity to fill them with the most attractive and useful things. There's Dolls and Toys, China and Glass, Jewelry, Watches, Bracelets, . Rings, Furs, Cloaks, Ribbons and Laces, Fine Hosiery, Gloves, Suspenders, Sox, Ties and a world of things too numerous to mention. Your Bank Mu Be both willing and able at, all times to Ixtend you such accommodations as your business justifies. ' Ask the experience of your friends who have carried ' their accounts with the CLAY CITY NATIONtwenty-thre- AL BANK during the past e years. Clay City National Bank, CLAY CITY, KENTUCKY. realm, not transportation. ... The Times has also received more cash from the L. & N. rail road for advertising than all oth or roads, but this is no reason why this paper should uphold it in its meanness and trickery a gainst the people of Kentucky. lu doing what the L. & N. has done toward the development of Kentucky, the motive has only beeu to fill their own coffers and uot to develop, the State. Had not the L. & N. occupied the lield some other road or roads might have done twice as much developing. We have not hoard of the L. & N. carryiug anyone free of charge unless they expected some form of graft iu return or protection where it knew it needed prosecutiou. At least one other road of this state has, to our knowledge, given free to orphan children and furnishes transportation free to clergymen when traveliug to aud from their churches over its lines, und grants one hundred and one other favors to the people along its lino to where the L. it N. does nothing except take all the law will allow, and enough more to keep this road always before the Railroad Commission for regulatrans-portutio- v PUBLK NOTICE We take plies. this method of further extending an invitation to then- - sup- ii MRS. J. W. WILLIAMS. the buying public, to come to our slore and get For several weeks we have been supplying many customers in this vicinity with what they need at saving of money. a great Now that we are slatted, we want to slill extend our trade further. Our one great is appeal for your trade Low Prices on what you must have I to eat and wear. our price on four Aaple We are you going to give you just show you how HOPE articles to $ MILLS FJLOUU if RISES AWAY'ABOVE all other brands of Hour with the housewife who loves good hotne-mad- e n we can save BeSt money: Patent Flour Made, $3.10percwt. Granulated Sugar, - - 6 cts. per lb. - - 13 " Meat and Lard. Lard in 50 pound cans, $5.75. These are only fair samples of other prices. the house is sold at the same low price. Everything ia Give us a trial. tion. From experience we have al H. Q. CRABTREE & COMPANY bread when she uses the l'KAItL flour. Its Uniform quality and excellence never dlappolnti her. It is the best all around (lout' on the market and pive.iyouf hfeid that tempting aud delicious flavof that alwafu delights the 'over of good bread when you iifce the PEA 15 L flour. - -- - - i- - Made by J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, Ky, THE A HOMK-- M TIMES. AUK PAl'Klt. THURSDAY, .DEC. 111. 11)12 LOCAL BltKVlTIKS. The shnrtest.dny of the year Thirteen laborers were injured will occur Saturday and from in a delayed on plosion on the that time on the days will gradconst ruction work of the L. & N. ually grow longer. railroad from Irvine to Winchester near where the road crosses The editor of this sheet never the river. Three of the men were needed money any worse than at seriously hurt but it is thought the present. Rush that dollar to us in time for Xinas. Don't wait they ill recover to see us to hand it in biit mail it Less Hunting. to this ollice at once. Another Accident on New Railroad. Powell county is no longer a Drives Off a Terror. The chief executioner of death in the winter and spring months is pneumonia. Its advance agents are colds and grip. In any attack by one of th'.se maladies no time should be lost in taking the heft medicine obtainable to drive it off Countless thousands have found this to be Dr. King's New Discovery. ''My husband believes it has kept him from having pneumonia three r,r four times," writes Mrs. George W. Place, Iiawsonville, Vt., tnd for coughs, colds and croup we have never found its equal. " Guaranteed for all bronchial affections. Price 30 ttti-- . and if 1 00. Trial bottle free at all dealers. Adv. Judfie iind Mrs. Luther Loving limiting ground. It is a very were in Lexington Tuesday. rare thing to hear a gun lire Mr. and Mrs. Lisle. Fox, of while usually it is one discharge (Jlark county, visited relatives in of of shot gun after another in the country, but such is not now the city a lew days this week. case. The new game law and the Get ready for the holidays and scarcity of birds have certainly don't forget the printer, he can't put a stop to so much hunting. uet ready until you puy'him what you owe him. Taken up Estray. There came to my place in tint-cit- get into tho body nre Germs in two vay:i by the white corpuscles e ret the blood, and by a suhstiitce that is in the blood. Just what this substance is, we do not know. The blood of a healthy person always has some substance in it to ward on" the attack of disease. The fountain head of life is the stomach. A man who has a weak and impaired stomach and who docs not properly digest his food will soon find that his blood has become weak and impoverished, and that his whole body is improperly and insufficiently nourished. To put the body in healthy condition, to feed the vfrm nn riVh. riH Mnml and throw out the poisons from the body, nothing in the past forty years has excelled Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, a pure hi, term cximci ovunuui aiconoij, 01 Dioouroot, golden seal and Oregon grape root, stone root, mandrake and queen's root with black cherrbark. "My husband was a sufferer from stomach trouble and Impuro blond." wrltos Mas. .Iamcs II. .Makti.v, of Krnnk-- f irt. ICy. "Ho had a soro on his face that would form n scab winch would dry and drop off In nlout a mouth, thru another would Immediately form. It continued till- way fur a long time. He tried every remedy that any one would sueeoxt but found no relief. Ho then tried I)r. Pierce's (olden Medical I)ieovery which cmrtplotely cured him. Ilu ha stayed cured now for two years, ni id I recommend this valuable, for Impurities of the blood." Dr. F'ercc's Pleasant Pellets regulate and invidorata tiny granules. J. H. Mamin.'Esq. 6tomach, liver and bunds, -germ-killlnerm-killin- f( Sugar-coate- How The Body Kilts Germs. that ki'led Dr. Chus. B Dickson will be ut Satuiday, December 14th a the Red River Hotel this :ity for stray ram sheep. Owner can have few days, beginning December 2Glh same by proving property, and payto practice dentistry. ing charges including payment for Ellen Judy. J. W. Branliuin, of Furnace, this notice was down yesterday and renewed The Rev. .Judge I,. F. Mann his subscription to Times and ul-being called Sunday to Lombard renewed for his father, V. to preach 'the ltiueral of Mrs. JJranham, McUuusey, Ky. moot nanus mere were no serviThe liev. Judge L. F. Mann ces at the Methodist church Sun SHIPP'S QUICK-RELIE- F will deliver a free lecture at the day moniing. Elder A. Easter LINIMENT. .Methodist church Christmas night occupied the pulpit at the Chris- This is the liniment the people are in the interest of the Jr. O. U. tian church both morning and talking about. A. M. All invited to be present. It is the most wonderful remedy for Mrs. J. w". Williams has change in her abvertisement this week. Read them and call at this store and see her elegant line of goods to select Christmas presents from. Locates at Lexington. W. R. Eubank, a former prinrelieving pain I have ever ued. Uapt. Anderson Uerry, Lexington, Ky. I need this liniment and the pnin and soreness disappeared like magic. Jailer V. T. liallenger, Lexington, Ky. For relieving nuhes and uiins this liniment beats anything I ever saw. J. II. Lctton, Lexington, Ky. It is the only remedy I have found that has given me any relief since 1 was naralized four years aj,o. Mrs. Susan Wolborii, Xewburg, lnil. If it fails to relieve any pnin in any part of the body in fifteen miuute,ak for your money back. SOLD KY ALL LEADING DHUGGISTS. When in Need of Builder's Hardware, Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles, Cooking or Heating Go to or Write Stoves, Could Shout for Joy. want to thank you from the "I bottom of my heart," wrote C. U. Rader, of Lewisburg, W. Va., ''for the wonderful double benefit I got from Electric Bitters, in curing me of both a severe case of siouiach trouble and of ilieuniutii-in- , from which I had been an almost helpless sufferer fop ten years. It suited my case us though made just for Foils A Foul Plot. For dyspepsia, indigestion, When a shameful plot exists be- me." jaundice, ami to rid the system of tween liver and bowels to cause diskidney poisons that cause rheumatress by refusing to act, take Dr. tism, Electric Bitteis have no epiHl. King's New Life Pills, and end Try them. Every bottle is guaranwild) abuse of your system. They teed to satisfy. Only' f0 cents at gently compel right action of stomall dealers. Adv. ach, liver and bowels, and restore your health and all good feelings. 25c at all dealers. Adv. Hillikan Business Schojl, .Returning home from work near Sideview, Montgomery county, Silas Wright found that his home had burned to the ground together with all of its contents and his wife burned to death. Dr. Martin reports the birth of :i son to Walter Potts December 12. 'This is quite a coincidence that this young Democrat should arrive on the 12th duv of the 12t h month of the 12th year of the 20th century and in the year of a great Democratic victory. cipal of the Clav City Graded School who went, from here to Oklahoma City where he engaged in the real estate business and made a large amount of monev has opened a branch ollice in Lexs ington uud will be in the capitol for one year to get his work there started oil" rightly. Blue-gras- Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, Winchefter, - Ky. Come Right Along and get your share of Fall and Winter the beautiful holiday spread at this wonderful store. A Goods, Hardwick Our Fall and Winter Goods are in. We cordially invito you to call and see them. Wo will make it to your interest to do your dealing with us, by giving you more for your money than you ean get elsewhere. And besides, think we have every thing you want. i visit here will be as good as a trip to a The nrs. Hanks Passes Away. Mrs. Jackson lluuks died uear BOOKKEEPING, SHORTHAND, Lombard, this county, Friday. TYPEWRITING. Funeral services by the llv. L. F. Maun, ofMhiscity Sunday. Mrs. Hanks Was formerly a Miss This school has turned out liun Hoskin, u sister to the late W. dreds of men and women who arc successes. It will make A. Hoskin of this citv There is no Christmas whiskey in Clay City, but it is suid to' bo plentiful in the western portion of the county, and somewhere close to Indian Fields in Chuk county. Kentucky holds third place in amount of internal revenue collections during the Usual year ending July 30 last, according to.the report of Koyul E. Cabell. The aggregate collections in the State 32,- wt-re LEXINUTON, KY. & Co.j World's Fair, .and much more profitable, more you buy the more you'll save, and your money will do ble duty. tion. X-m- as a success of you. We can dou- Write for Catalogue. Too many men- not mention hero everything that we handle, hut want to call your attention to the following lines, that we are anxious for you to get acquainted with. Hart, and Marx Clothing for Men, also Haert brand Clothing. "Queen Quality" anil "Walk-Over- " Stop that Ache! Any ache or pain In any part of the body can bo relieved with Shipp's Quick Itclfef Liniment, f lOOreward if It fulls and the purchase price is not refunded. Try It and see. 50c At All Druggists. pretty things to Come and see. Shoes for Women, Favorite" Shoes for Men, "Astor" Boston 187,875. Famous Stage Beauties look with horror on Skin Eruptions Blotches, Sores or Pimples. They MONEY IK We tell you how. and na v cirkrt are utuk-r- : ertablUhcd firict. We am do hUVTl'.R for you uJ than a"nl or commission mtr-chin'- s. Reference bulk In Write fur we kly price lUt. MRS. bt brand Hats for Men and Boys. Sec our goods and get our price when in need of Women's, .Misses' and Chilr Hats, Coats, Raincoats and etc., dren's ready-to-wea- Men's Hain coats, Hunting Coats, leather and ruhberFoot Wear, Staple and Dress Caps, Trousers, and etc. In fact show 6eo us don't have them, nor will any one, who uet BuoklenV Arnica Salve. It glorifies the face, Kczema or J.W.WILLIAMS CLAY CITY, KY. IT. you for any thing you need, and let us that wo can save you money. Salt Hheuui vanish before it. It lips, chapped hands, chilblains; heals burm, cuts and bruises. Unequaled for piles, On yt25s at all dealers. Adv. cured sore M. SABCL & SONS I 4 ai Otttart M I Kjrtit CtL9UISVIllE, bl FUH, Hlilc. WOOL. Hardwick & Co., Stanton. (5 SPOUT SPRING. James Harrison is in Clark county for n few days. Berry Hall, of Montgomery county, has moved to the W. R. JJurgher place. The little daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. N. Burgher is very sick Shunted on Frazler's brunch, In Powell county, Ky. nnd bounded by the lands of Wedcn Pntton, K. More head, Daniel Townscnd, Mrs. Frazlc and Dugglo iTownscnd nnd containing 100 ncres more or less or siilllcien CO, so ordered thereof to produce to be made. The purchaser will bo required to give bond, with approved security, for the payment of the purchase money to linve the force nnd effect or a re nlcvln bond, bearing legal Interest from the day of sale, neeordlng to law, Bidders will bo prepared to comply with these terms. A lien will be re tained on the land sold till nil the purchase money is paid. Bond payable to Commissioner. KOMULNS JACKSON. Master Commissioner Powell C. C Will be paid to any person having any kind of pain or ache if Shinp's Quick Make Your Wet Land Productive. ltelicf Liniment fails to give instant relief and the purchase price is not re- By the use of drain tile you cat. funded. Try it and sec. 50c. At All turn that low, wet, useless, swamDruggists. py field into the most productive spot on your farm. Good tile, $100 Reward! Farm Drain Tile with pneumonia. LlyodTodd was to sse his moth cr. Airs. Niinnio McKinney, Olark county last week. in W. J. Christopher, of Winches-ter- , was here this week looking after his business affairs. Geo. P. Douglas, of Levee, was here this week the guest of his brother-in-laT. S. McKinney. Christmas Gift that is useful is doubly appreciated. A. timely and useful gift can be found for every member of your family in our elegant line of properly placed, not only carries oil surplus water, it ndniits air to the soil and makes it easy to work. It improves any soil. The increaee in the value of the land is many time the cost of the tile. The first year's crop from tiled land pays for it. Any body can do the work Shrubs, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Peonies successfully. Write for particulars or cell at out plant. Roses, Phlox, etc. TREES! NO AGENTS Fniit and Ornamental Commissioner's Sale. UROWERS OF WHAT WE SELL. FREE CATALOO Red River Brick & Tile Company, -- TANTON'. - KKNTUCKY. Miss Zelln Sams' school closes Powell Circuit Court. Friday of this week. The school Plaintiffs, has been well taught and the Sylvia V. Kusscll, versus patrons of the school may well Defendants. congratulate themselves upon W. S. Rogers etc. Notice of Sale in Equity. having such a good school this By virtue of a judgment and order of time. sale of the Powell Circuit Court, ren H. F. HiIIenmeyer& Sons, Lexington, Ky. Levee. Sorry to say soon be out. our school will Mrs. Pink Martin visited Mrs. Mary Martin Sunday. -- Jennie Martin was visit .ij: our school Tuesday evening. Charlie McCall and wite are the proud parents of a boy. Miss May Martin spent, last Saturday night with her aunt, Miss Nmmie Martin. We are very glad to hear there is a ohaiice for Judge McCor mick's recovery. Mr Jim Powell and family have come home from a visit to his people in Powell County. Dud Meadows has sold his farm on Campbranch to Mr r. Uicharnson and will move to Powell Countv. Mr. Lelia Wilson and her mother, Mn. Pink Martin were in town Saturday doing their Xmas shopping. Miss Mr John Stephens, of Powell, and Mr. U. B. Martin, of Mont gomery county, took a nice drove of turkeys to Mt. Sterling Thurs day consisting of nearly four Im mired. dercd at the Nov. term, 1912, there of in the above cnuse, the under signed will on the 6th dny of Jan 1913, at 1 o'clock p. m., or thereabout (beingCourt Day,) I as Com. proceed to offer for sale at Public Auction to the Inchest bidder, on a credit of six months, at the Court House door, Stanton, Ky., the property mentioned in the judgment, All that tract or parcel of land situ nted on the waters of Red river in said county and bounded on the East by the lands of H. G. Walters on the North by the lands of Miss Millie Skinner on the West and Sonth by the lands of ' W. Russell and being the same proper ty purchased by defendant from Clay and W. F. Stringer or sufficient there of to produce $26-!- 35, so ordered to be made. The purchaser will be required to give bond, with approved security, for the payment of the purchase money, to have the force and effect of a Replevin Bond, bearing legal interest from the day of sale, according to law. Bidders will be prepared to comply with thegc terms. A lien will be retained on the property sold till all the purchase money is paid. Bond payable to Commissioner. ROMULUS JACKSON, Master Com'r Powell Circuit Court to-w- it: i P CAPITAL. STOCK. SIOO.OOO ti SUKPLUSA.NUUN- UIVIUKU PKOF1TS, j M I promptiTobtalned iKAsm-aijuvK- i uttered. 200,000 Ij I FKIt laoar ioe exdaatrelr. Send Sketch. Model or l'lioto. lor on natentabllitT. Patent nrii. BANK In all count rln laTrawana OK NO humruw rtl. nena a cenie in atampa lor Inralnatile hook on MOW TO OBTAIN and BILL PATENTS, Whletl onea will hat. Ilnv tn t a narttww: pauat law and otlwr ralnable Information. tiriRINCia. Fashionable TUB , p Footwear. Come some convenient Winchester Bank, OP WlNCUHTEH, KV. W. R. HI'IIAII, D. I 9119 PATENT LAWYERS. Q.u.-IL SWIFT ct Uf.ki.al ft CO. nn N. UuLtr Witiibkspoon, Piiks, j CAsmnK. evening and see the many styles and prices. YOUR ACCOUNTS SOLICITED Mrs. J. W. SWEET CLOVER Will grow in any soil, even in rocky place-- . Can be sown with spring oats, or sown alone in Mav for meadow, and sown in with corn at the last cultivation. Prices of seed, and circular how to erow it sent on request. "great fertilizer, and a hanly vigorous fnraue plant for hay and A I To -- it f Take One Pala PHI, Williams, Clay City, Ky.1 Effective November then Take it Head-Of- pature. asy. a Headache Nothing ia Better than BOKHARA SEED CO., Falmouth, Ky. as, 192. Ilox 90. Dr. Miles' After-Effect- Anti-Pai- n Pills t a. Farm For Sale. 125 acre of pracitcally Lexington and Eastern Railway Company. WESTERN DIVISION. No. 2. Daily P. M. 1:35 2:17 2:35 3:05 3:47 4:01 4 :23 4 :M Tkew Giro Relief Witkout Bad OVER SK YEARS' EXPERIENCE level The watchword in the Spring was "swat the fly" and now it should be "kill the English spar row;. A little .82 rifle loaded with shot cartridges can wonder fully thin out their ranks during the winter, and a little poisoned feed put in a place where no oilier birds or fowls are likely to net to it will soon kill out thousands of them.- They may also be trapped. Commissioner's Sale. Powell Circuit Court. .Iiihn D. Atkinson, Plaintiff, Kix It. Itnuen, Defendant. Nntlfe of .Sale in Rpuity. By vltlue of ii Judgment nnd order of hale J)f the Powell Circuit Court, iKiulert (I at the Nov. Term, HH'J, thereof in the above muse, the uiidcr-dKiii- d will on the 0th day cf'Jnnuary, till:), tit I o'clock p. in., or thereabout, llieingl.'oiii't Day,) I nsC'oin. proceed to ilTerfor bale at Public Auction to the h!;hert Milder, on a credit of six i ninth., ttl the Court limine door, Stanton. Ky . the property mentioned in I lie .tuiljjntont. it : tn-w- won farming land, just lolling euoug to draiti wel'. About half of this farm is of a good heavy black corn and wheat land and the rest is of a san dy loam and brings good grass and other products, and is now mostly set in blue graft. Most of this farm has been set in grass for a number of vears and is in a line haie for cultivation, nnd is located on the public road that lend from Irvine to Ml. Sterling and also on the south by public road. This place lias on it a good dwelling of seven rooms, veranda and porch, siilen did well and milk house right at the door, J chicken house, 1 buggy house, corn crib, 1 barn, good blacksmith and all other neo cssary outbuildings, about 3 acres in orchard, and is in about half mile to two churches, about 30 rods n good public school and !J5 rods to postolhee, general store and Mil' Honiu Lodge; in about 4 miles of town and railroad. This farm is plendidlv located and is ruirrnund ed by as high and respectnnle fami ne as can be found in the cour.trv anyv here and will make a nice ileal iiiiuie tor auvoiie. I ho owner linfi urixetit reason for convert!' ir this lariu into cin-- a lie niiM tnk" caie lof Honiu Western business. Terms made easy, about 4 down. the balance can be run for a term of years for reasonable rate nf in terest. This farm is unfair to .sell at a bargain to some one. and anyone booking a farm of thU description can call on or wiite to H. A. Kerby, Spout Spring, Ky. ih East Bound Ky. Lexington, Winchester, " & E. Junct. L. " Clay City, Campion Junct." " . Torrent. Athol, No. 4. Daily A. Id. 7:20 H:03 fi:18 5 :2"i No. 1. IVttyvilleJunct." O.&K.Junct. " " Jackson, Quicksand. " West Bound Quicksand, Jackson, O. & K. 10 04 (rti 1 ;0-'- 8:18 8:30 0:27 Anrone inndlng tktlrh and deaerlpllon miij qtilcklr iia certain cur opinion free whether an IHTeiitinn ie pruDnnif pnientaiiie. t'nniinunir urconnueiiiuii. HANUBUUil oiicaiem tint frea. Oldest asenrr for eecurln'r iiatenu. i'utenla taken tnroiiih ilunn ft Co. rcelT tjieM netlce, without charca, la tua trade marks Designs Cofyriohts Ac 10:30 10:37 1 Scientific Hmcrlcan. A ' 11 :23 Daily 5:35 10 35 No. 3. Daily HUNK hnndaomelf llluatralnd weeklf. I jirveat of anr fulentllM jmirnal. Tcrim. 1.1 a Biontua, $L Bold ball newtdealera. Branch ODIce. "It gives me great pleasure to offer a word of recommendation Pills, for Dr. Miles' Anti-Pai- n as there are thousands suffering unnecessarily from headache. I was afflicted intermittently for years with headache and after other remedies failed. I tried Pills. For Dr. Miles' Anti-Pai- n the past ten years I have carried them constantly with me, getting instant relief by using one or two on the approach of headache. They are also effective for neuralgia, giving immediate relief." C. M. BROWN, Estherville, Ia. For Sale by All Druggist. ft Co IBS vr"-.N- a York O. C. (5 Dotat, 23 Cajlta. MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart Ins. A. M. P. Ky. 1 1 0:03 0:23 0:43 7:19 7:51 8:1)5 00 Jl'ttyvillcJunct." " Torrent, Campton Junct. " Winchester. Lexington, Clay City, L. & E. Junct. Athol. " Junct. " M. :20 " o l:f0 :57 .) " " " " Gave Up Hope "I suffered five years, with awful pains, due to womanly troubles," writes Mrs. JVi D. McPherson, from n, N. C. "They grew worse, till I would often faint. I could not walk at all, and I had an awful hurting in my side ; also a headache and a backache. I gave up and thought I would die, but my husband urged mc to try Cardui, so, I began, and the first bottle helped me. By the time the third bottle was used, I could do all my work. All the people around here said I would die, but Cardui relieved me." Chad-bour- EASTERN DIVISION West bound East bound "No. fu. No.' a. DAILY DAILY Kx.Kiiu. Ex. Sun. 7:50 a. 111. Jackson, Ky. 3:4iip. 111. " 8:15 r:l5" " Iliiddlx, Whlck, K:20" ' 2:10" " 1:12" " 0:18" " Krypton, " " 12 '"O " '' 10:n " " Hazard, J:"0i.m. WhltCHlitirK" Meltoliertrt, " I:M" H'lllM. til. 7:00" AND HIDES tm uv v ncetlon uitn tlie 1. u. J, at Lexington for Louisville. Ky Train No. 3 will make connection with L. & '. at Win chester for Cinulnnali, O. ('amnton Junct. Trains No. l.2,3iind 4 will make coiinciition with .Mnuiitiiin Ceutrul Ky. to and from Oanipjon. Ileattytllle Junct. Trains No. I, Sand If will make ropneclion with the L & A. Kiillw uy for Heattyville, hy. MIEST NAUIT FUCI O. t K. Junct. Trains No. .'I dally nnd No. 4 ilnilv I'xcent Sun. will make con ret ruts AN1 1IKS. nect ion v ft It thoOhio & Kentucky Uv. for I'minul C(ty and O. & K. xtulhuiH. WoatConmlulon. Write, tor TABLiaMBB la.tT CONNECTIONS. Lexington : Train No. t will make con- - Cardui WomaifcTonic ' Th For more than 50 years, Cardui has been relieving woman's sufferings, nnd making weak women strong and well. During this time, thousands of women have written, like Mrs. McPlicrsni, to tell of the really surprising results they obtained by the use of this purely vegetable, tonic remedy for women. Cardui strensthens, builds, restores, and relieves or prevents unnecessary pain anil suffering from womanly troubles. if you are a woman, begin taking Cardui, today. htSfitmla$trucUiu,aaiM-9HtoQok- . i.i Wrlltta; Ladlri AdWorr Pfpt.. Cbattaaoopj Medicine CoN. Chittanootl. Teaa.. . Husk treatLKOt lor Womcu," (cut fire. FJ si-- ' OHN WHITE A 00.. fcouuviu. K. Dr. jUWit' Antl-l'al- a Pitts lor till pain