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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): February 13, 1913 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1913 cla1913021301_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.): February 13, 1913 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1913 $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. .ft1 - - - r it mi . ; nPXX 17 SI. DO CLAY w,J"'j T Y TIMES. ..." r, aai Ourselves. 1. F,. a Year in Advance. We arc here to help Clay Ciilfi'SDrronDJiBg CoBBlry Burgher, Publisher. VOL. XVIII. CLAY OITY. kyIIh URstiAY; February "ar PowH$8. Clark y 13, 1913. NO. For Assessor. 7 L. & N. Rates are Ordered 'Reduced. State Ooad of Equalization. The State Railroad Commission Tlx; Statu Board of Kqualiza nas iiumit'fi down an opinion in tinn is at work at Frankfort, and t lie railrMl:, anticipating a raise, the case of K. II. Taylor, Jr., Sr have filed a protest- that tliey Sons Company against the I,. & should not- lie assessed at their N. Railroad Company, in which fair cash value unless all other it was held that the Kentucky kinds of property in Kentucky Highlands Hailroad Company is likewise are assessed. To substan-tiat- c controlled by the L. & N., and its contention tlio IIHonis tne joint- nam clause governing Central filed with the hoard railronds can not be relied upon officials, hankers and prominent as a defense for existing rates. citizens of sixteen counties along The rates fixed by the Commisits line in 'Western Kentucky, al- sion follows: leging that property generally in On grain from Louisville to those counties is assessed from Taylorton, seven cents a Imii 27 to 70 per cent, of its fair cash dred; barrels reduced from 1(5 to value, and the L. & N. produced 13 cents a hundred; sand reducaffidavits, similar in their import, ed from $1.20 to $ 1.00 a ton; from all the counties it traverses. brick from Maysville reduced These facts also are alleged by from $7.50 to $5.50 a ton; from these railroads in their suits in Louisville reduced from $0.50 the Federal Court, resisting fran- to $5.00 a ton; from Louisville, chise assessments. lumber reduced from $8.00 to $6.00 a ton; cement reduced from Bill Day in Trouble. 12 cents to 0 cents per hundred ; bottles 17 cents a hundred ; coal One Bill Day, colored, was arrested one day last week when from Jellico reduced from $1.05 seen to alight from the train car- to $1.20. rying a basket. The basket provLincoln's Birthday. ed to have in it 4 full quarts and Yesterday was Lincoln's birthday one half quart of liquor. The owner or owners of the liquor and Suturduy week will lie Wash were somewhat disappointed at ington's birthday. Lincoln's birthreceiving the goods but failed to day in not it holiday while that of claim thein. Dav and other wit- Washington's is. Nevertheless the r nesses were recognized to appear Times hebeves Lincoln was a man than Wachinuton, and had befrTre the Powell county grand a better love for his country, and if jury in March. he didn't do more .for hiB.country it wns because he didn't have the McCreary Commutes Sentence. When it comes to a good par- opportunity. The editor has arriv ed at this conclusion ton in the fact don record McCreary wins the of ihefact that we were reared un cake. He has commuted the first Rebel death sentence this week and der strong Southern and leaning1 and an- still that way. did this upon petition of all the Judges of the court of Appeals Cold Weather. who said the case had come beLast night wan the coldest t fore them twice and that they the winter sc far when the tlier believed the death penalty should monieter dropped to a few degree not be inflicted. He commuted above zero. the sontence to life Subscribe for the Times. -. The valuatfcotftpf taxable prop. erry as reporreq.-otno assessor of Clark counfjgr this year after being roviowed-jfithe "Board of buperuisors.amunt8 to $11,802, loo. i ins IB, sonio less tlian re- - and farmtorodtictsproduc that .co'upty last year was over $750,00j6.hy has not some of this been jaddd to the coun-ty'- s wealthV nothing about its mainiiacJiirfng products? If tlie. Clark couriVfarmers do raise two and threel'ljundred dollars worth of tobajJctrper 'acre, they are not, beatijig, Powell.. They are going bacfcHli wealth, living above their inayne while Powell is living withiftjifs means and adding a little t6,ks wealth every year, besidc'BjJfeing able to send several thousand dollars to the cropR Stubborn Corporations. Ill Lexington a few weeks ago the Homo 'Phone bought out tho Bell 'Phone. Citizens were pleased, but it leaked out. that it was n combination of tho two. The rates were last week raised 25 ported last years If we mistake per cent. The citizens of the not it wna thfaeomething over city.havo enjoined the companies jmz.uuu.uuu. i. ne assessor's re from the merger and will try to port also showfctliat the value of annul the sale. ed in Biuegrnss coiia ies. to be invested in their etriced land. - bet-te- Against amLlquor. While instV ling the grand jury Monday' riung Jugde J. M. Benton )uncep that lie will instruct. trand?jUry to be empaneled tti. win bethe first one !eeinpaueled af- yuej-jWjuic- terthephmarytimilpAqgust, thoroughy;itilfstigat(ithe8aid fMl?c"nTer or eJectirtnto to - corrupt i.ni'wriR indulged in. mi id he made the announcement at this time tor the purpose of warning candi tlatesand their friends that the use 'ot money ami whisky will not be tolerated, and if such practices are indulged in not withstanding tins warning, he will urge the grand jury to indict ill offenders be they high or low, not- The Judge Iti this issue of the Times appears the announcement of S. A. Easter for Assessor of Powell county. Mr. Easter is a worthy young man and fully competent to fulfill tho duties of the office to which he aspires. Ho is true blue Democrat and comes of that stock who have never been known to falter. Democrats all over the county will do well to fully At Winchester about the same his claims before casting time the Cumberland bought out their vote in the August primary. the homo 'Phono but to continue to gouge the people kept both Celebrates 86 Anniversary. Mrs. E. J Wallace celebrated phones agoing to .collect double charges. The city council there her 86th anniversary at her home has taken up the matter and ad- in Irvine February 0th She revises patrons of the telephone to ceived n Post cird shower on this pay for but. one 'phone. The occasion of nearly 100 post cards company says they were only all expressing nothing but the very holding the two 'phones to make best wishes for this beloved old laready for a forty thousand dollar dy. Mr. and Mrs. Wni. Mountz, improvement. The people of Sr., the latter a sister of Mrs. Wal-'ac- e were persent on this occasion Winchester, however, are beginning to take the promises of the as were also her other two sisters, big corporations with Fait now Mrs. John Hisle and Mrs. Wilson, that they have been stung o of Madison county. Many other much and doubtless will pay for relativs were present and all joined in wishing her to round out the but one 'phone. century mark and enjoy the blessing of health to the end. Pollard for Circuit Judge. Owing to the continued illness See Hardwick & Company's of fudge D. B, Redwine, there change in their ad this week and is some talk of his resigning as when you are in Stanton and in Circuit Judge in the 21st district. need of anything in their line In anticipation, of his resignition, don't forget to call on them. O. Hi Pollard, of Lexington, an erstwhile citizen of Jackson, is Wanted! heiit boosted by his Lexington Y6ur butter, eggs and chicken. friends for the place in case Mrs J. W. Williams. Judsie Redwine does resign. Why PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. not Judge J. B. White and Hugh Uiddell, of Irvine, or some other lawyer, permanent resi Services 2nd and 4th Sabbath of each month. de its of the district be first conPrayer Meetings, Wednesday even- sidered. They most- assuredly ingp. are qualified and deserving. Chas. E. MHim, Pastor. con-siJer I rich or poor. We are showing an Elegant Line of FALL AND WINTER GOODS Including Cloaks and Wraps &5SB! Ladies' Suits, Millinery, and etc. MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING to fit Judge Bento$is to be commended for the fearless stand he has taken in this important, mat ter, and right thinking people will applaud his action. He also announced that he will instruct the other grand juries in his district, in the same way. lie added that there is no good rea son why a fair and honest elec tion 6hould not be'held here and it is to bo hoped that the good citizenship will assist. Judge Ben ton in his determination to rid this, and other counties of the district of all questionable practices in future elections. Rich mond Pantagraph. Farm to be Sold. W. J. Christopher and heirs will sell their old home place at Spout Spring February 25 at public sale and if not sold will be rented on that date for 12 months. This is a good farm of 200 acres and should sell for a good prico. Come to Our Store Anil let us show you what a nice line of goods we carrv. ij kin !&3 gSS ? Our stock of Dry Goods, Notion1-- , i8 Groceries, Hardware. Clothing, Shoes and etc. replete with 1 Variety, Style and Quality. THIS COMBINED WITH OUR Low Prices Make you and your pocketbook. 1 When you want any kind of Merchandise, think of it to your interest to give us a good share of be- your trade. Wo strive to please our customers SHIMFESSEL'S and give us (he opportunity to please you as we have been doing for so many years past with satisfaction both to you and ourselves. cause we know satisfied customers are ourbest assets. "Wise men change their minds but fools never do," is probably a correct version of facts, but sometimes people change their mind to get office and are fooled. They i;et beat by some one who Yours to please, m WALDRON & JOHNSON, a) hasn't changed his mind and did Everything to Please the Customer n't get ofilce. fooled. Waltersville, Ky. Old newspapers for hle at this THE TIMES. United States, however, in obedience to the wishes to the bloatVKKV THURSDAY. rUHLISUEl' s ed bond holders, wealthy deof the country, kindly .Subscription rates $1 a year or three years in advance 92. clared that law unconstitutional, and so, the Constitution haviug J. E. Burgher, Publisher. been amended, tho Supreme Court can no longer interfere. It Entered as second-clas- s mail matter. is quite certain th.it an income Thursday, Feb. tax will be passed in the extru mule-factor- vision in their tariff bill, taxing hard against Beckham threeyears try people could come to town country people stiller more los all incomes exceeding $4,000 at ago. They knew that Bradley and make their purchases. As it than any of the others. To this 2$. The Supreme Court of the would do their bidding, and that is without a pike. The inerchunts all will agree. Now then, what could uot, under any in town suffer hiss, the merchants are you doing to bring about passablu circumstances, be induced to do in the country suffer loss; the these pikes or even s Her loss; and the road'C teamsters so. Beckham 11 11 large incomes. For the tax will probably bo " Cincinnati Enquirer 1.10 " Louisville Herald 90 3c on incomes over $10,000 per will close. Come and save money before it is " Home and Farm 75 annum, 4 on incomes of $50,000 ' " Iilnnd Farmer 1.00 per annum, and 5 on all incomes SPOUT SPRING. too late to take advantage of our " American Farmer 90 jof over 1100,000 per anuum. Mr. and Mrs.. Elemming New Agriculturist 75 Southern The Standard Oil Company has ton are visiting friends at Beatty wonderful bargains. ville. just declared a dividend of ANNOUNCEMENT. of which Mr. Kockefel-le- r Jurdon Barnett has moved For Assessor. receives $10,000,000. This from the Dawson farm to the Fox We are authorized to announce S. A. is only a small part of his place. Easter as candidate for Assessor of Powell counts, subject to the action of entire income, and there is uo reaR. S. Christopher, of Gorden the Democratic primary election in son why Mr. Kockefeller should August. ton, was here the first of the uot contribute 5 of his money week looking after some business Few persons realize the far for running the Government. matters. reaching importance of the fact that the United States will soon Ollie James a few years ago inJ. W. Dawson and W.E. Byrd, have an income tax on its troduced a bill in Congress to of Winchester, were here the FLOUbsL statutes. prevent the shipping of whiskey first of .the- wec looking after First of all it means that mil l rom one state iuto local option their farming interests. lionaires wsll, for the first'time territory of another State. That J. T. Wright has moved to the since this nation has stood, bear was when such a bill no Kerby farin.vifhich he bought last Baking Day is a Delight a fair proportion of the burden showing of pausing. Saturday week. Mr. Wright is a good citto those who are proud of their of taxation. when such u bill did have a show- izen aud we welcome him back bread, cakes and rolls when they It is estimated that one hun ing and was passed, Senator-elec- t to our. neighborhood. are using the Pearl flour. No faildred million dollars will be rais- Jumes lined up with the whiskey ure to have deHuiously flavored K. A. Kirby and family left ed annually by taxing incomes men. This shows how much of bread that is light and tempting Gepasso, 111., wher This will mean that that amount a temperance man James is Our Monday for when you use this superlative and of taxation is to be taken off of Congressman, Cantrill also votud tliev will reside in the future popular flour. It is a favorite with We regret; ttUjuje'Mr. Kerbv ami the things that the people must with the whisky men. Such men everyone who loves good home made have in order to live, and placed are .undeserving of support. They t.iiuily but ""wish them well i breadandwhoalwayegetitwhenthey on wealth. their new homei . would annul all of our local opbake bread made from'Pearl flour. Under the system of protection tion laws if they could Alanson Curtis, of L. & E as plaved in this country, nearly Had Beckham have been in the Junction, was here three das ever" penny of the money neces Seuate us he sliou Id have been, this week with his father, A. J Made by J. ANDREW GAIN, Versailles, Ky. sary to run the government, main- aud as he will be two years from Curtis. .Mr. Curtis while here tain the army and navy, construct now, if he lives, Kentucky would rented the Claude Sums place public buildiugs, etc., is raised un- not have been so disgraced. That and will move there iu two taxing the things the people eat, is whv the whisky men worked so weeks. wear and use. The only thing t hat protection does not tux is wealth. A man with a fortune of ten mil lion dollars has not been required In order to introduce .our to pay a single penny of tux to the HAR-NES- S line of national government. This seems MODERN-HA- VE and HORSE almostunbelievable, but it is true The Irian working on the section GOODS in Powell counfor one dollar and fifty cents per ty we are going to make day, with a family of five children the following SPECIAL is at the present time actually contributing more to run the naoffer on one of our beft tional government than the milRIDING SADDLES. lionaire bachelor who is too proud Note the to marry and raise a family. The United States of America DESCRIPTION, is practicaliy the only oue of the GUARANTEE great nations where Buch a condition exists. Nearly every first and PRICE. WILL NOT BE SUCCESSFUL WITHOUT SYSTEM class nation on earth levies eithWITHOUT BESTOWING THE GREATEST ATer an income tax or an inheriDESCRIPTION Weight 15 pound, calfskin eat, Ur flitch-e- d TENTION UPON IT. THE STRONGER THE PLAN tance tax. We have neither. and hand raised, broadscat, fair leather skirts, large Linsey linWhy have we never been able YOU ADOPT FOR FINANCING YOUR BUSINESS, THE 7 x 13 I 2 in. tree, ed pad, with wear leathers, buckle girt, to place an income tax on the staSURER YOUR SUCCESS WILL BE. KEEP YOUR COMgullet, 27 x 13 4 in. skirts, I I 8 in. flurrup leathers, double tute books, is the question that latge wood or metal flurrup. MERCIAL BALANCE SUBJECT TO CHECK IN THIS BANK naturally arises. Here is the answer: High protectionists have AND YOUR BUSINESS SUCCESS IS PROTECTED. prevented the passage of an GUARANTEE ThirSaddle is Guaranteed to be free from tax law, because they knew either of material or of workmanship, and a defeel of that the more money the governeither sort will be made good at our expense. ment collected from taxiug inSend us vour order for this Saddle, examine it carefullv. and if comes, the less excuse there would i it is not what we say it is, or you are not satisfied with your be for a tariff tax. To take proreturn the saddle at our expense, and we will refund your tection away from the tariff trusts money. is to interfere with their monopolies. And how could the tariff trusts gouge consumers without PRICE $13.12. cash with older. haviug monopolies of American markets? It was 20 years ago under the CLAY CITY, KENTUCKY. Ave leadership of William Jennings Iky an and William h. Wilson of m ester. West Virginia that the Demo, a. crats placed an income tax pro Courier-Journ- al session, which will' be called either in March or early in April. It CLUB RATES. is the belief that not only will all For tbo convenience of our we have arranged club rates incomes exceeding $5,000 peryear with the following papers at prices be taxed but that the rate below mentioned : will increase on those having exThe Times and cessively sub-joriber- a; 2, $1.00 Merchants at Kimbrell and Sams, Estill county, who receive their freight at this place are cents per now paying twenty-fiv- e hundred for hauling. Another conclusive instance in which bid roads come high. With a turn pike from Clay City to Irvine the same hauling could be doue for the money and the ones that do the hauling make double the money. But then if w e had a good pike between the two towns there would be no stores on the road, because then the coun one-thir- d Only One More Weelfjfc Until our Great Clearing Sale 4 $40,-000,00- 0, how-eve- r, MRS. J. W. WILLIAMS, Clay City, Ky. - USE HOPE $ MILLS li-t- ! SPECIAL! high-grade BjB SYSTEfl YOU 1 -- 3-- -- in-co- 1 pur-cltas- e, s Clay City National Bank, Scott&Lowry,; (3 TUB A HOME-MADE TIMES. THURSDAY, nre t. day lute this week and it is not our fault either. We hnd ordered our stock of paper in ample time to nave arrived here for the current Issue, but for pome reason. PAP Ell. by mistake, of course, It was cur-- ' ried liv her.i and token up the mud. KKH. 13, 1!13 and didn't hi rive until this, Thurs day afternoon. LOCAL BREVITIES. That the highway bridge at the Fnsident-elcc- t Tho total assessment for MontWilson has stated old Forge crossing now seems out that he would annouce the names; of gomery county is ovet 0,000,000. o' sight in the future a foot bridge the members of his Cabinet Farm For Sale. is being agitated at tlint point. March 4th. 200 acres 2$ miles from Clay City The Commerce Commission deon the Mt. Sterling road. Good .V clared that the rates of the Louroom house. Rood garden und or isville & Nashville Railroad Comn ti n hi Mnn tnli.Mn kn.n alnr f P pany were unreasonable. This as jand all other necessary outbuild-ings- ; to. the proposed rates affecting well watered and under good 11 Well, tin; ground hog is holding u winter hound. Miss Niir.t Rich, Tonn., is visit i nji of Harritnun, friends in the city. Mrs. W. (3. Belle and duugh-ter- , of Lexington, are visiting Mrs. Luther Loving 1). R Daniel bought a cnrnf Logs Inst week at seven cents and shipped them Monday. t Dr. Mai tin reports the birth of Mothers Caa Safely Buy a son to Mr. and Mrs. Claude Mcintosh of this city February Dr. King's New Discovery and give it to the little ones when ailing and suffering with colds, coughs, throat Mrs. E. N. Wilson spent sever- or lung troubles, tuBtes nice, hurm al days last week with her daugh- less, once used, always used. .Mrs. ter, Mrs; G. W. Anderson, Jr., at Bruce Crawfoid, Niagra, Mo., Mt. Sterling. writes : Dr. King's New Discovery According to official reports changed our boy from a pale weak just submitted- - Hardin county sick boy to the picture of health." Always helps. Buy it at all dealers. built.thirty three miles of Adv. in 1912., The somite Monday the Webb bill which respects State laws in regard to shipping liquor from one state into local option territory of another by nn overwhelming majority. A similar bill passed the House of Repre sentatives Saturday. It will become a law unless vetoed by President Taft and it is expected it will do so. Both Senators Bradley and Paynter from Kentucky voted with the whiskey wing as did Congressmen Can-triand James. ll p:i'd Southwestern Virginia and Kentucky. The opinion was written by Commissioner Mo Chord. What about coal South-eastern 18-ce- wmm n H A 111 School Tnlalnr for Teachers to in Richmond? Oh for a McChord here! Richmond Madisonian. No Need Ht. to Stop Work. When the doctor orders you to stop work it stAggers vu I can't, you say. You know you are weak, run down and failing in health day by dny, butyou'must work as long What you need as you can stand. is Electric Bitters to give tone, trength and vigor to your system, m prevent break down and build you up. Don't be weak, sickly and ailing when Electric Bitters will benefit you from the first dose. Thousands bless them for their glorious health and strength. Try i hem Every bottle is guaranteed to satisfy. Only 50c at all dealers. Adv. prictiechoct,(!prtnwtofTliiltiir, s well rqolppod (fnaftitm. Dmni Rclae. rintTcrra bf1ni ftep. Tblri Term JanuArr trnVrf, SfMad Tfmi Wom 97. pAnna Trrm April 7 Bummer Bchool opeaa Jud li, CkUlofq Trtt. J. O. CBABBB. PmMent. Life put Crr Valid la ah Ful.lt tmetlet. School i of Kentackr. ftptcl.' cwnw sad K t r 1 1 v Conrwi. TatiloaFrMtoAp-MlntMTwoinlenrltdrlnr. mttoriM.BewBAdclMhMi. mw truant! irtlaln bniidlnr. IoUrMltU ani Cmfmi Indtn Elrninurr, fence. 50 acres cleared land, rest in growing timber. The uncleared land is virgin soil and land that will grow fine tobacco, corn and other crops. Will sell at a bargnin on easy payments as I have decided to move West. Mike King, Waltersville, Ky. When in Need of Builder's Hardware, Cbinet Mntles, Grates, Tiles, Cooking Buzacrs maca-danrroa- d JJSEIiISV W .JU a succeed i or Heating Go to or Write Stoves, The.flne. winter weather of last week came' tir a close Tuesday by a rain wln'ch whb followed by a Urop in temperature that night, and the winter weather resumed. , Ollie Moore, of Sardis, Miss, is He here on a visit to relatives will return together with Mrs Moore, who has been here for several days. Success is.proinised for efforts to have included in the Sundry Are You a Cold Sufferer? Civil Bill provision for a GovernTake Dr. King's New Discovery. hospital for the treatment field' ment of trachoma in the moun- The best Cough, Cold. Throat and Lung medicine mude. Money retains of Kentucky. funded if it fails to cure you. Do The Key. Judge L. F. Mann not hesitate lake it at our risk. wili preach at the Methodist First dose h'.lps. J. 11. A'ells, church, Sunday morning aud at Floydnda, Taxus, writes: "Dr. night. He has announced his King's New Discovery cured my subject fpr the night service and terrible cough and cold. I gained will be ''The Millennial Keign of 15 pounds." Buy it uj all dealers. v Christ." Adv. Notice the advertisement of 1 am engaged in a work from .Sheriff's sale of land for tax jn which good results may come. t (lis issue of tlip Times. We hate At least I eel that it is worth n to see the ,boyaold out but then trial. It is that of sending mis they should makoamore deter sionuries from the mountain mined effort to square.up this churches to speak and work in earlier in Che season. the churches of the Blue Grass to ' The viewers of a iiew roadfrom the end that the "old time ...rtins city to Stanton went over the eligion may be restored". Perry- proposed routes Tuesday. They irnitili in tlin W inelipst ir Sn o. will survey tie route us appeared Ueainess cannot oe cured tii them the most feasible Friday by looul appilcatiois, us they canand have their report in by the not reach the diseased portion of March term of court at which the ear. There is only one way to time some action will be taken. cure deafness, aud that is by conac-cou- ut . The Louisville Board of Trad S P E C I AL F F E has made complaint to the Inter te; f nuke 70a oarjpennaMstcuitoixMr. Commission state Commerce Mtb.flMTralIl.tal4MjOal,iMKTMle. f I charging the L. & N. Railroad ,Mc 10 i dauiitiu to ru asc with retarding the growth and i yvnie toiay; mcmon tnis raper. industrial property of the city, i SEND IQ renin and thereby stands amenable to 1lloeon(anafurMllltiM CENTS tkUTtlotkle rolUctlcm o S4 yotesld. ofbr with taf tit f law for its arbitrary practices. ' InitratUTC, BtullMtnl 4 VUiit ltealt, f tbotit fM Hmt wtoti of Stem, ruau. tc fi m His action is the outcome of the L. &. N. in exercising its advantages over the other roads entering the city and refusing to switch for them. 4 !t:; Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, 1 &u Winchester, - Ky. SHIPP'S QUICK-RELIE- F yNIMENT. This Is the llnlmeat the people are talking about. It Is the most wonderful remedy for relieving pain I have ever used. Capt. Anderson Berry. Lexington, Ky. I used this liniment and the pain and soreness disappeared liko magics. Jailer W. T. Ballenger, Lexington, Ky. For relieving nclieg and piu'ns this liniment beats anything I ever saw. J. II. Letton, Lexington, Ky. It is the only remedy I have found that him given me any relief since I was Mrs. Susan ii' lijied four years ago Welborn, NewbingJnd. If it fails to relievo any pain in any part, of the body in fifteen minutes, ask for your money back. SOLD BY ALL LEADING DUUUGISTS. HARD WICK & COMPANY. 4 riillikan Business Schojl, LEXINGTON, BOOKKEEPING, KV. Cut Prices. We are cutting the prices on Winter Goods to an extent that will interest you who arelookilig for the place where you cuu get the tnost for your money. SHORTHAND, TYPEWRITING Ur. King's New Discovery stitutional remedies. This school has turned out liun dreds of men aud women who are successes. It will make Deafness as a success of you. Soothes irritated throat and lungs, tops chronic and hacking cough, relieves tickling throat, tastes nice. Take no other, once used, always used. Buy it at all dealers. Adv. Oft Eor Illinois. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Kerby nnd )eut family, of Spout Spring, riiinduy night with friends in this city and took the early morning ti'ui" Monday for (ienaseo, ill,, where they go to make their tire residence. The best wishes ot their many fi'ieuds go with them. Surprise Your Friends. For four weeks regularly use Dr King's New Life I'ilU. They stimulate the liver, improve digestion, remove blood impurities, pimples und'eniptions disappear from your body and you feel better. Begin at Adv. Buy at all dealers. once. caused 'by un iroflunied condition. of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube. When this tuhe is inflamed you have a rumbjnig sound or imperfect hearing, and when it is entirely closed, Deufness is the result, and unless the imflammation can be taken out, und this tube re stored to its normal condition, hear-inwill be destroyed forever; nine cases out of ten ure caused by Catarrh, which is nothing but an condition of the mucous surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dol lars for any ease of Deafurss (caused by catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall s Catarrh Cure, bend for circulars free. F, J. Cheuey & Co., Toledo, O., Sold by Druggists, 15o. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. Adv. x. g Write for Catalogue. Stop that Ache!;' Any ache or pain in any part of thu can be relieved with Sliipp's Quick Keller Liniment. $100 reward if it fails aud the purchase price is not refunded. Try it and see. 50c At All Druggists. body The lines that are making the heaviest cuts nn are Men's, Hoys' and Youths' Clothing, in Suits, Odd Pants and Overcoats, Men's & Boys' Hats fc Cups, Lulitb', .Misses, Men's und Boys' Sweaters, "Queen Quality" Shoes for Women, Outing Cloths, Dress Goods iu both wool and cotton, Ladies' Underwear, and Misses' Neckwear. MONEY? IN , If you ure needing a Sewing Machine, here is your chance. "Standard" brand Drop Head Machine, regular price, 8il.".0) for 122.60; 'I'aragon" brand Drop Head Machine, regular price, 8'iO.OO, for 818 00. We tell vou how.'lnd uv beat eurket prices. We are tidier.; established la ISM; and can do BUTTHK for you than agents or coiamiaaioa Reference any bank la Write for weekly price list. mer-cha- e. IM-N4- 1 SONS M. 8ABEL 4M Mtwn ja run, Mm, wh. tlt.lllHIUl,n. Hardwick & Co., Stanton, Precinct No. 4. Profltt J. M 40a 140 adj G crops and live stock. The basis Eaay. Woodward amt pen and cost 0.01 Consolidated Casualty Co., for such computation will be Whlner "I have only one friend oa Powell A T 40a 80 adj II dog." Optimistic Adviser earth-- my Soil Fertility and Farm Management furnished upon application to B. 1C00, adj. W. B. Crowe, amount penalty and interest,S22.85 Pomell amt pen and cost 5.22 "Why don't you get another dog?" Problems. the Experiment Station. ' Spencer D Ha'tton, L. G., 75a 300, ad(' boun. 300 adj The location of farm huildingt-wit- joins II. Townsend, amt. penIra Profltt amount pen and which probably Inn Two tilings reference to various parts alty and cost, 5 51 cost 8.15 tier t he success of farmers moru of the farm and to each other, Wasson Sarin 30a 30 adj James Luther, 5(h 100, adj any others are the econom than of fields and VVm. BriscoSitnt. penalty and Paul Howell amt pen and cost 1.8 ical maintenance of soil fertility, the laying nut Make Your Wet Land Productive. 5 50 Colored List. fences, the establishing of drain-ag- coft and right farm management By the use of drain tile ynu can systems, the working out of Mallins, Geo., 40 a 100 adj BurhageZJames 58a 100 Only by building up and by keep turn that low, wet, ust less, swamcrop rotations, forms for farm Wtp. Baker, amount penalty adj Charley Patton mat pen ing up the fertility of the soil can into the moat productive 5.50 and cost 0.47 py among tne and cost large yields be continuously pro accounting, etc., are spot on your farm. Good til Meadows E K. 200a 400 adj Fox Alexandra 800a 600 of farm management properly placed, not only carries off duced, but after this has been ac problems VVm. Craotree; amount penaladj T Ohaney amt pen and which bear a strong relation to ty and surplus water, it admits air to the complished good farm manage 9 94 cost cost 18.22 soil and makes it easy to work. of the ment must ke practiced in order the success or the failure Sullivan. Martha, 300a 250, Brown Joseph 25a 100 adj It improves any soil. The increactt adj. Furnace, amount penalty to realize a ood net profit upon owner of a farm, Edwin Rose amt pen and in the value of the land is many of and cost The Division of Extension 4.88 cost one's investment 5.48 timen the cost of I he tile The first the Kentucky Agricultural ExTownsend, Goe. 76a 75, adj. year's crop from tiled land pays Noe Armstead 50a 100 adj Evcrv farmer should know, to periment Station has decided to Green Adams, amount penalty T E East in amt pen and cost 4.85 for it. Any bodv can do the work s begin with, what amounts of the 5.10 successfully. Write for particumay be and cont Tavlor Abe 22a KOntliK plant food elements' nitrogen, offer assistance, as far as lars or cell at oui plant. Townsend, Henry, B , 150, possible, to farmers of the State R Reynolds amt penalty and phosphorus and potassium are in 4.85 Red River Brick & Tile soil fertil adj. S. W Wasson, amount cost, his eoil. All the other essential in solving problems of G.10 penalty and cost s ity, in establishing cropping T. O. HALL, plant food elements are present Company, upon the whole or a part of . White, Wm. 20a 50, adj. Dan in Kentucky soils in sufficient Sheriff Powell County. STANTON, Abner, amt. penalty and cost 4,85 . KENTUCKY. lequantities for maximum yields farms, in the production of Precinct No. 5. in working out of crops. These data can be fur gume crops, and Generally. Baker, J. W., Clav City lot farm management problems. The man who thinks he la one of nished by the Kentucky Airicul Penalty and offered 80, adjoining the chosen few generally turns out to tural Experiment Station. The This assistance will be 5 00 be one ot the disappointed many. cost through correspondence, or when 'analysis of the typical soil areas nellis, J.,T., 1 Clay City lot of Kentucky are now on file at possible by visitation, without 150, penalty and cost 3 08 Applicato the Experiment Station, and if expense such owners. Flinchem, Bud. 7ia 50, adj assistance may be tions for obtalnsd In all ooontriaa m no pic. relatively accurate datu cannot made to T. 11. Bryant, Supt. of John Ringo. penalty and cost 2.20 Carsats Ud CoPTTllhU nMUV IarompujSend Sketch, Model or Photo, lor be furnished for any particular the Division of Extension. on p&tratxtxiltr. Groves, Lou, 1 Clay City lot BMK MCPIHMOia. Will be paid to any person having any G 80 twna i emu in tcampa lor inimitable nook 500, penalty and cost farm of this State, instructions H. B. Hendrick, on HOW tOOiWMI and SILL PATENTS. kind of pain or ache if Sldpp's Quick Whieli pnM will par. How toiM partaar, for the collection of soil for an Muncy Robert, 4a 100, adj. Assistant Agronomist. ltelief Liniment falls to give instant repalast Uw and otbsr Talnabla Ulonnallsa. Jas.Wnolery, penalty andcost 5.50 lief and the purclwse price U not realysis will be furnished upon up funded. Try it and see. 50c. At All D. CO. Lvln Wm 1 Clay City lot plication to Dr. A. M. Peter Druggists. MTIMT UWYIII. 100 pen and cost 3. lift 1303 Seveita St., Wataiattsfl, D. C. Head of ttie Division of Soil Muncy Jesse, 50, adj. I- Chemistry of the Experimeul For saac Muncy, penalty and cost 4.75 Station, and tree report will fol Mauppin Demaricus, Clay low. Samples of soil to be una ! City lot, and cost 3.59 lyzed should always nu taken a: Martin J. H. 1 Cay City iVIumIi conliug to iiitruciioii! lot 100, penalty and cost Frith, RaHabL. 4 15 As Sheritr ot Powell i ounty, I MfMlttdlapUui er lint lime is needed in correct Neal Caroline. 3 Clay City Ercrr Gardener and soil acidity can he ver. readiu will on Mondax the 3rd day of lots 300 penalty und cost Planter thonlil tut the 4 68 raoarlor merluoft.nr March. 1!)13; at the Court House Shrubs, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Peonies Northern Grown SetOa. determined In experiment upon Rucher A., 3 town lots 300 Rosea, Phlox, etc. SflCiaL FFER a sin;. II i. tot in roiinection mil, IJ.Mir in Stuntim, Powell County, penalty and cost FOR 10 CENTS 4.68 wa will land postpaid our wing of red clover The Kentucky, between the hours of 10 the Stokley .Elijah 4" Clay City I rr.TinN nuniiQ NO AGENTS 1 TMI.U so. plowed in lace of a soil should o'clock a. m and 4 o'clock p. m., lots gOO ponalty and cost 6. 27 . . . lk(.rrtaMM4l X. . . .ina tsaswSalMlOTlaf Ctarr GROWERS OF WHAT WE SELL. it, contain not less than 8,000 sell to the highest and best bidder Tipton J. W. 1 Bowen lot . 'r ! Mt. hlUrtn Iuk.1 CVWf .lit 10 I f TtrWUu FREE CATALOG bltra po i nds of nitrogen, 2,500 pounds for cash in band the following de 40O penal, and! cost . C!i CWa rw.r 8m4. 9.84 ot phosphorous, and 16,000 pounds scribed property, or so much there Write Mart Smi 10 eeal, to li.lp r lUf '' '! Walters Jas 30a 30 penal, paeklag ant mclv tha lovt 'Taowm CoIImIuh fataar with oor Nw nt lnvtmtiva Card.n t: of potassium in order that, in a of, ax may be necessury to satisfy and cost 4.48 H. F. Hillenmeyer& Sons, .QREATSt.NOIIT11 CRN SliKU Lexington, Ky. 13J3 Hobo Illinwv favorable season and under good the taxes due thereon, for the year Precinct No. 6. cover penalty, inter tillage, it may be made to pro- 1912. Sale to Barnett Wm Ga 60 adj B S Burgher penal, and cost 2 31 duce a maximum crop of corn, est and cos . OVER C Y CARS' Howell Gardner 70a 140 adj wheat or oats. The soils of Ken- Precinct No 1 EXPERIENCE Furnace pen. nnd cost 3 35 tucky, except in river bottoms Adams, Alvin, B. Land, jj CAPITAL STOCK. 9100,000 Hood Geo 25a 150 pen and and peat swamps, contain an Aint. 81C0, adjoins amt., pen K SUIU'LUSANDUN- 6.12 fc DIVIDED 8 6.27 cost. alty and cost. of potassium. If soil PROFITS. 200.000 Kincaid J. S. 60a 150 adj Berry John, and Letcher Dal-todoes not8how an analysis at least Grant Baker pen. andcost 6.12 125 a amt 560, adi Sam up to the above in nitrogen, 1-TRADC MARKS Puckett J H Boun. 100 adj THE Flynn, amt. penalty and cost, 12.03 DcaiQNB phosphorus and potassium, steps Tom Curtis pen and cost 5.47 Copvriohts Ac. Brown, James, B land, 104, should be taken to add, economiAnroaa sandtaa a akalrh and daaerlntlon mar Tipton MEte 100 adj BS Sant Garrett, amt. penal qnicair aaavrvuii our opinion xraa wu letliar ai Or WlNCIIStTHH, KY. Mtatiiabis. coimm utilm. iiiranuoa cally, these elements to a con- adiand cost, ty 5.54 Burgher pen and cost 2.82 Uoua atrlstji aonMattUal NJIMMMo Patauts urpataiita. aant frsa, oldaat aaanor for tent necessary for large producEverman Sarab, 50a 150, adj Precinct No. 7. tj N.IIOU.T WlTUUKBPOONi PRI8 wlthoatslarta. In rials tiraiaou taaaai larooan nana tM w. raoatra tion, and raw groutid limestone S. Auldredge, amt penalty and Ashley John 400a 400 adj Oasuijck. E W. K. Sphar, 8 85 Nick Rogers pen' and cost should be applied if experiment cost. 11.87 A aaaaaasialr ainasrataa waaklr. it air- aataiion of anv adaaUfla lournaL with red clover shows that the Everman Richard 50a 100 adj rma.lt a Ashley Mary 15a 50 adi fsart fottrmontka.fi. Bold brill nswsdaalavs. YOUR ACCOUNTS SOLICITED JoTayior, amt penalty and cot 2.82 John Ashley soil needs limestone. pen and cost 2.20 Hensley Fulton, 104a 104 adj After normal fertility has been Tom 1tu.iH.st.iasiiVAUi.snsta.ittia.a Brewer Jerry 100a 100 adj Baker, amt penalty andcost 5.54 Sam secured, it should be maintained, McKnabb pen and cost 3.89 KingWiliam, 100a, 120. adj and one great factor in this main- Snow Crk. Boyd Sarah N. Boun. 400a unit penalty and cost 3 09 400 adj Johnatban Boyr3 pen. tenance is good crop rotation. 0.8-Precinct No. 2. and cost Crop rotations may vary in grain Knox Carl 80a ,300 adi Sid Adams, Green, Jr., 1 town lot farming from those used in live 8.11 2.13 Knox pen and cost stock farming, but in either case 100 adj. Means Cleveland 2a 125 Anderson, Geo., 15 , 40, adj " I suffered, during girlhood, from womanly weakness," legume crops such as clover, al(J 5.80 writes Mrs. Mollie Navy, of Walnut, N. C. "At last, I was falfa, cow peas, soy beans, and Bill Lamb, amt penal, and cost 4. 8 pen and cost Booth Henry 25a 00, adj Townsend Marshall 100a 100 almost and had to give up. We had three sweet clover must be used to Brandenburg, amt penalty Sam and adj Bill Townsend. pen and doctors. Ail the time, I was getting worse. I had bad maintain the supply of nitrogen. cost, 5 90 cost 5.47 spells, that lasted from 7 to 28 days. In one week, after I in stocK tanning about every Conlce F G, 30a 340, adi .las. Townsond Wm 8r 200a 200 gave Cardul a trial, I could eat, sleep, and Joke, as well as third crop should be a legume Little, ami. penalty and cost 10.80 adj Win Mays pen and cost 6.82 anybody. In 8 weeks, I was well. I had been an invalid crop, and in grain farming about DunawayWillis, B.land, 200 PiecinclNo. t. for 5 weary years Cardui relieved me, when everything every s ;eo. d crop, liy establish-in- g adj. BillNeal, ainunt,peualty Fiiend Sid 100 10J adj Crit (J 81 crop rotations as above indi- and cost, else failed." Knox, amt. penalty and cost ,".17 Holder Charley, 25 a, 50, adj cated and by turniug udder Hall W S. 30a 80. adj Dil- manure and green crops E Kandall, nint, penal, and cost 5.90 lard Hall, amt. penalty and ton 5 22 Powell Mary A, 50a 100, adj. to keep up the nitrogen content, Hill R. G, It., 100 adjoining J. Hodge, aint. penal, and cott 2 S3 unit, penalty and cott 5.47 the fertility of the soil can he Precinct No. 3. Knox O A, 40j 40. adi Sid kept up, if in addition phosphorFriend, amt. penalty. and cost 4.68 Miller, S J, 2U9a8(0, adj Hon us in some form to bo added from If you are weak and ailing, think what it would mean, Kay, amount penalty and cost 15.14 Meadows, A J. 50a 50 adj. time to time in quuutities corresto you, to recover as quickly as Mrs. Navy did. For more Win. Meadows, amount penal Spencer, Jasper 50t 300 adi ponding to those removed from ty and cobt than 50 years, this purely vegetable, tonic remedy, for women, 4 8.' G. S. Spurlouk, amount penal the soil in cereal and forago tv' and cobt has been used by thousands of weak and ailing sufferers. Meadows Wm. 30a 130 udj 5 Fred Kinser, uniou'nfc . anally They found it of real value in relieving their aches 'and o.?r-- ' and cost pains. Why suffer longer? A remedy that has relieved Meadows L G, Guardian .r3 and helped so nutty, is ready, at the nearesfdrug store, for HUT KAIUT FUOI 60 adj J B Risers uwt.ptnal- itse, at once, by you. Try it, today. iv and cost oalCeawaltttaa. Writofc Patton I'hosJ SjtCMf adi H AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION. Farm Drain Tile fit-I- e - sys-tern- $100 Reward! Sheriff's Sale TAXES. SWIFT k 'a 1 150,-penal- ty TREES Fruit and' Ornamental SEEDS urt SBSsssssssssssssssssnasssssssssssssssssssssssssV s- - -- tlt .... ... .m r-- I Winciiestkr Bank. t. I I Bad Spells bed-ridde- n, 1 suf-licie- Cardui WomanVTomc Th 7-- FMK JIVmF JOHN WHITE HIDE3 . yr .UK- . 00a ""BBSS Wni Baker. and coot muouVu.iiallv - 4 17