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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): February 20, 1913 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1913 cla1913022001_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 20, 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. -- 1 J 0 t4 THE CLAY CITY TIMES. 3?r 51.00 a Year in Aitvanc: Wf are here to help Claj City, the SnrronaJing Coaatry and Ourselves. I. R. ISurnher, Publisher. L'O. vol. xrar. MARSHAL PETTIT MURDERED CLAY OITY. KX, THURSDAY, o , FEBRUARY J9I3. NO. 8 . . up as at present, and it. is prulm-bithat justice will bo meted out before the law will get an opporGreat, precauBy Band of Drunken Negroes Last tunity to do so. tions are being taken by the ofNlclit. Two"Arrcsts Made so Far. ficers, however, to protect the This city was startled tliis prisoners. morning to learn that Marshal To Establish Game Preserve. A. T. Pettit had been murdeicd A big game preserve in the night past by a bunch of the drunken negroes acro69the river. Kentucky Mountains will be esIt seems that some of the men tablished this year. The Game Lad been to one of our sister sa- and Fish Commission has bought deer, the breed loon licensed, cities, twenty white-taitanked up, and brought home a native to 'Kentucky hills, and lot of liquor. They tired several will set them free in Jackson, shots in this city on their way Leslie and Wayne counties ns home. Dick Smothers and three soon as the roads are in condition of his boys are charged with the to permit travel by wagon back murder. The authorities, having from the railroads. a knowledge of their disorderly Executive Agent J. Q. Ward conduct, dispatched Marshal Pet-ti- said it is probable that the deer will be branded, as there is no aided by Jesse Eaton and law now to protect, deer in KenMackey to gO over the river nd make the arrest. Upon their tucky, excepting one preventing coming upon the crowd a pitched the killing of "marked der." battle ensued, resulting in Pettit He thought the rand will protect bring killed and Dick Smothers the new herd until legislation can being wounded in the shoulder. be secured. It will be necessary Eaton and 'Mackey returned to to prohibit, deer hunting until the mountains are well stocked. the city for went back and arrested Dick There are fifteen doeB and five Smothers and one of the boys and bucks in the herd, which are to placed them in jail. The other be shiped form the Lake Suppe-rio- r preserves. negroes made their escape. Pet-ti- t was found with his head mashed to an unrecognizable de- - Buys Interest In Winchester Business. gree and three shots fired into Mr. Nelson Walters, of Irvine, rere Jty.j'.hasjpnrcuHeed Jf.hall; inter- rum-soake- Good Roads Per Cent. Increasing. Death Rate Decreasing. States in effecting equitable According-- to figures supplied How far this country has to go State aid plans. The secretary by the Department of Commerce in the matter of good roads build- looks forward to the coming year and Labor, Kentucky is growing ing is strongly shown in the lat- as promising better results than more healthful. It will also be glad to see that the birth rate more than doubles the death rate in this State. These statistics follow: The birth returns for 1011 num- d l bered C0,782vand for 1912, 01,199. These will Jbe increased by some delayed reports. The deaths for 1911 numdered 80,583 and for 1912, 29,(1491 The deaths from cousumptioh? (tuberculosis) for 1011 were 5181 , and for 1912, 4728, a substantiifrldecrease. Typhoid fever, likewise, showed a reduction in prevalence and fatality, being 1035'fin 1911 and 758 in 1912. t, O-l- is The following shows the number of deathlafrom other prevent- j. able diseased: Scarlet Fev.dr Whooping-Cough Measles 1911 72 874 894 2580 1912 .54 830 52 2447 932 007 425 182 553 Pneumonaatsnd Summer O oWpl aint of 1124 childran MeningifiBi&ll forms) G80 La grippe 447 9 Child-b- e Other D Oane 1eU mi 101 ver oeal Diseases wa InigiaF.rT2f,tol012.. ?d iThhMtu'amSleont'hls an.increaso: yu Abul- - Blood hound? titve for burial. Been brought frotrT'Lexington to trail up the fugitives and it ib likely that all that had a hand in the murder will" be behind the bars by nightfall. It is 6aid Pettit did uot do any of the shooting, but endeavored to make a peaceful arrest. The men, however, were on the war path alid made quick work of their murderous intentions The community was never so wrought nud repair Shop, of this city, and the firm will be in the future be known as Hagan and Walters. Mr. Walters will take over his interest at once, the invoicing having been done Monday. Mr. Walters has been connectLumber ed with the Swan-DaCompany for 17 years and is a capable machinist. He has a wife and family of threo children, anil will move here in a few daysWinchester Sun. y disease, which is free from technical language, may be obtained by request to the State Board of Health, Bowling Green. Violence showed in 1911, 1520 deaths, and in 1912, 1719. A remarkable fact of all these deaths is that in 1911, 41 of every one hundred deaths were caused by diseases practically preventable. 1912 showed 89 per hun- est government report, which shows that the percentage of roads in the United States which are now improved is between 9 and 10 per cent. This percentage must be exactly double before a high degree of eflicioncv in highway transportation will have been reached. Improved roads have shown a commendable growth in this country. At the close of 1909 only 8 00 per cent of the roads in the United States were improv- ed. This represented in turn a gain of 1.52 per cent in the five year period from 1901 to 1909. Since the latter date the percen tage has crept up to almost 10 per cent. If all the roads in this country were improved it is figured that millions of dollars would be saved annually in the transportation of crops.the wear and tear on horses and vehicles, and in the minimizing of the waste in truck farming. Where roads are bad, the farmers frequently find it impossible to get their products to the shipping points, and thus perishable products and washed, perceptibly increasing the cost of living. In .the .five years preceding March 1912, the office of public roads of the Department of Agriculture 1ms built 215 ofject lesson roads; in all, about 800 miles of roads 15 feet wide, and by expert advice aided in the formulation of more than 050 model country systems, resulting in most instances in beneficial re forms. It has also assisted 20 at any time in tho history of tho movement for improved highways. Lexington Leader. Another Fine Statement. The Clay City National Bank has one of their splendid statements in this issue. Head it and be convinced ot its safety as a depository for your surplus cash. Remember theso statements aro published at the instance of tho Government and are aiways called for unexpectedly to the bank. Thus they must be ready at all times. There is no show for tho officers of a National bank to prepare for their reports because they do not know when they are going to be called upon for one. The Clay City National is managed so it is always ready to make a most satisfactory report to the iroverninent. Hoves Back to Powell. Jas. II. Howell and family, have moved from Hillsdale, Ind., back to this county to reside. We extend tho glad hand of wel come to Mr. Hewell and hope that he, like many ot lifer Powell folk, will learn that by trying here as hard as they do out west, they can make as good a living. Presideut John H. Patterson, of the National Cash Register Co., of Dayton, Ohio, was fined $5,009 00 and sentenced to one year in jail tor violatni": the law. Twenty-eiSherman anti-trught other officials and employes of tho company received jail sentences for the same of fence st dred deud of diseases that can and ought to be prevented. The Federal Government accepts these certificates from Kentucky us complete, though the doctors in many cases can prove their quality by giving causes act and scientific imex- I ' Come to Our Store And let us show you we carry. 4 w We are showing an Elegant Line of of what h nice line of goods FALL AND WINTER death. Buy the Winchester Only. D. Ramsey and son,Charles, proprietors of the Winchester o 11. Our stock of Dry Goods, Notion, Groceries, Hardware, Clothing, Shoes and etc. is replete with GOODS Including Cloaks and Wraps ZhSSESl Ladies' Suits, Millinery, and etc. MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING to (it you and your pocketbook. n I When you want any kind of Merchandise, think of SHIMFESSEL'S and give us the opportunity to please you as we have been doing for so many years paft with satisfaction both- to you and ourselves. - verall factory are ip the city taking orders for their famous product, "The Winchester Overall". May they sell stacks of them hero and elsewhere is the wish of thoir friend Tho Times. Mr. Ramsey a few years ago owned a farm near Spout Spring. At that time thoro was no bridge across the river at Walters' Fer ry. Mr. Ramsey 'gavo $100 to help build tho bridge there. Tho Times will for this reason always have a warm spot in its heart for Mr. Ilani6oy and hope some day to see no other overalls sold or worn in Powell county but Wo owe it "tho Winchester". to him. When vou want overalls call for the Winchester, and tuko no other. Mrs. I Variety, Style and Quality. THIS COMBINED WITH OUH Low Prices Make it to your interest to give us a good share of your trude. We strive to please our customers cause we know satisfied customers art-ourbe- be- assets. Yours to please, Julia Mansfield, of Boyle county, is visiting her father, Wesloy Garrett, and other relatives this week. Vwtedl Your butter, eggs and chicken. Mrs. J. W. Williams. WALDRON & JOHNSON, Everything to Please the Customer Waltersville, Ky. 4 Horn, Tuesday, February 18th able, but too much is a bore. Iv SPOUT SPR1NQ. gotisin is u inulady that attacks to Mr. nud Mrs Aquilhi Snow-deT. S. AlcKinncy went to Irvine all classes of people, from those twins boy and girl. . Weights Tuesday on buincss. highest up in life to those the 8$ and 7 pounds. 11 ii lowest down. It is sometimes necTUULISIIKP VKlllf THUUSDAY. II. F. Christopher went to Oor Mr. nnd Mrs. Moses MeKinnev essary to, toot ones own horn but denton Friday on a business mis visited Mrs. MeKinncy's parents, Subscription rates $ I a year or three we sould be enrcful not to blow 81011. years in advance $2. it too loud. Tho young should Mr 8. Asa Todd returned Satur be trained against all forms of day from a visit to relatives at .1. E. Burgher, Publisher. egotism as they are now trained Winchester. mail mnttcr. igainst many ot the other forms Entered as second-clas- s of distasteful habits. If allowed KEl'ORT OP THE CONDITION Thursday, Fb. 20, 19i:i. to develop in mature manhood OF TrE there is no remedy, hence the Clay City National Bank importance of early training CLUB RATES. THE TIMES. 1 I Mr. nnd Mrs. .1. .1. Tipton :il Ir- d vine two dnys lust week. II. A Kerhy, who went from here to Illinois with his family Inst week to reside, hits jinne on to Iowu to make his liniue. Only One More Week Until our For the convenience of our subscribers, we have arranged club rates Saturday is Washington's birthwith the following papers at prices below mentioned : day. Itisa legal holiday and The Times and will be observed as such all over Courier-Journ$1.00 our land in banks, schools and " Cincinnati Enquirer 1.10 postoflices. Besides being term90 " LouiBville Herald " Home and Farm 75 ed "the father of his country" " Inland Farmer 1.00 he might also have been termed " American Farmer 90 the father of finances. Be left " Southern Agriculturist 75 an estate valued at close to 00 and was richer than ANNOUNCEMENT. any President since hiuj has been. He was the Rockefeller of his For Assessor. We arc authorized to announce S. A day too. A combination of his Easter as candidate for Assessor of social, financial nnd political inPowell counts, subject to the notion of the Democratic primary election in fluences probably had more to do August. in branding him the "father of In modern days education his country" than did his war or his excellent seems to be the chief aim of most statesmanship. Money always men. The truth of it is, educa has and always will talk very tion and no talent, in some in stances, is a hindrance. But few loudly. highly educated people will ever "What's every body's business do hard manual labor. They have is no body's business" is ti true a knowledge of their educationa saying, and fortius reason it may ability and will seek employment be that the L. & N. will be perin which they can bring this a- - mitted" to hold onto the L. & E. bility into use and upon which If individuals that are interested they may command a higher sal in seeing the law of our State up ary. If they have not the natur held, but yet not enough interal perseverance and talent to ested to eo down into their pockhold up the other end aside from ets and dig up enough coin to. the educational qualifications, prosecuce these law violators, it they must fall down and in the seems that they will be allowed fall they become a. burden and a to have their way. It seems to bore tp society. Ia the educa ub, however, that that is what, we tion of such characters possibly a may expect our officers to do, en splendid laborer or mechanic has force the law. Will they do it? been spoiled. The natural inclinations of a Refusing to answer a charge child should be closely watched frequently shows more widdom and studied and a good common than attempting to do so. school education given such child if it will take it. Wo say take it because we have seen some children atteud the common schools regularly until they are eighteen years old and still know nothing, so to speak, in books. And yet these children may have better business judgment than the fastest learning pupils in the school. al At Clay Oity in tho state of Kentucky at the close of business Feb. 4th, 1013. RESOURCES. Loans and discounts $64,040 05 Overdrafts, secured nnd un 1,003 01 secured U.S.Bonds to secure clrcul'n 25,000 00 20.772 50 liontls, securities, etc Banking-hous- e, furniture nnd 1.000 00 fixtures Due from nnnroved reserve agents iiv--n it 235 00 Notes of other Nat'l banks. Fractional nancr currency. 4 iu nickels, ana cents Lawful Monet Ke'sebve in Bank, viz: 14,354 W Specie bUU W Local tender notes Keuemntion fund with u. S. xreas'rto?6 ot cir i n; Total 5.154 80 Great Clearing Sale will close. Come and save money beiore it is. too late to take advantage of our wonderful bargains. i,zduuu MRS. J. W. WILLIAMS, Clay City, Ky. USE HOPE fl87,868 13 LIABILITIES. $ 25,000 00 Capital stojkpnid in 5,000 00 Surplus fund Undivided profits less expenses 1,10180 and taxes paid Nat'l bank notes outstanding 25,000 00 630 10 Due to other Nat'l Beaks. ... 7 50 Dividends unpaid Individual deposits subject to check Hi.uoubo 1 65 88 Cashier' 3 checks outstanding ...... . $ COYIolrti MILLS Baking Day is a Delight to those who ore proud of their bread, cakes and toIIb when they Total ifl37,868 13 bove named bank, dp, 'solemnly swear mat, ine aoovo Biaiemem. is true iv wie best of my knowledgd.nhd belief. A.' TVfhitt, Cashier, Subscribed and sworn to before me this 11th day of Peb?J9- - State of Kentucky, J, Countt of Powell, J . I. A. T. Whitt Cashier, of the a are using the Pearl flour. No failure to have dcHoiously II ivored bread that is light and tempting when you use this superlative nnd popular flour. It is a favorite who loves good home made with-everyon- e breadandwhoalwaysgetitwhenthey bake bread made from Pearl t'tlour. - Patrlck.Hearjr.i$pBkJubllc. My commission expires Jan. 20, 1016 Cokkeot Attest: Frank B. Russell, ) Chas 8cott. Jasmes B. Hall, Directors. ) Made by J. ANDREW CAIN, failles, Ky. Subscribe for the Times. 1 SPECIAL! In line order to introduce our of high-grad- Figures That Talk Farmers, Merchants, Timbermen, and all those who want a place of safety for their money: This is e HAR-NES- S and HORSE coun- GOODS in Powell ty we are going to make the following SPECIAL offer on We do not take so kindly to the "development of tho coun try" as we would like to, espeoi-all- y as the term is applied in this section of the country. Development in the mountains means that a few Eastern capitalists will come here and gobble up all of the choice coal and timber lands, build a railroad to it, op erate the mines and big lumber plants. Tho companies hold all of their lands monopolize ti.o 6tores, build their own banks and have everything their own way. Tho people are permitted to work in their mines and mills and give them wages enough to half live while they are at work. The Times like to see such developments as will uplift all tho people of the country. We somehow can't admire tho other fellow building up whilo tho people in the 4re run dowu prosperitybuilding. We wont the that is susceptible to be grasped dy every individual or none. one of our best RIDING Note the SADDLES. a National Bank, established since that time. in 1 889 and has been doing business continuously It is as safe as any bank regardless of size or location; see our statement. We have $25,000.00 invented in DESCRIPTION, GUARANTEE and PRICE. Weighul 5 pounds, calfskin and hand raised, broadseat, fair leather skirts, ed pad, with wear leathers, buckle girt, 17 x double gullet, 27 x 13 3-- 4 in. skirts, I in. large wood or metal flurrups. DESCRIPTION -8 United States Government Bonds; Bonds on Railroads, besides over $25,000.00 $60,000.00 invented in Firfl Mortgage of loans to our customers, seat, star flitch-e- d large Linsey lin13 in. tree, flurrup leathers, -2 eTery dollar of which is perfectly safe. cure In its g. Send us your deposits and feel se- Clay City National Bank, I CLAY CITY, KENTUCKY.' t GUARANTEE This Saddle is Guaranteed to be free from im- perfections cither of material or of workmanship, and a defeel of either sort will he made good at our expense. Send us your order for. this Saddle, examine it carefully, and if it is not what we say it is, or you are not satisfied with your purchase, return thesaddle at our expense, and we money. will refund your Egotism is despised by all right thinking people, but still few people aro wholly free from it. A little egotism however is allow- - Capital Stock, Surplus and Profits, Shareholders' Liability, --- - $25,000:00 $6,000.00 $25,000.00 PRICE $13.12, cash with order. ott&Lowry,he I - -- W'TTifad ii'ood roads last week each and furnish everything. Facfor black oak, beech and hickory ground was frozen solidly has opened up. White oak tie When the doctor orders you to tory near Powell's Valley church. Old newspapers for sale at this t he you I can't, S. II. Curtis. ofiice. timber is very scarce ami when stop work it staggers and worn smooth by travel. know you are weak, no other kinds are in demand the you say. You Candidates in most other conn- run down and failing in health' day receipts are light, especially lies than Powell aro almost as when the roods are as bad as by tlay, but you must work as long Ihiok as fleas. The free prima as you can stand. What you need they are now. ry in August must be attractive is Electric Bitters to give tone, Mothers Can Safelv Buy of in to them. strength and vigor to your system, Dr. King's New Discovery and give to prevent break down and build These bright sun shiny Febru it to the little ones when ailing and ary days are invigorating to.all suffering with colds, coughs, throat you up. JJon't be weak, sickly and ailing when Electric Bitters .Several very Spring like days or lung troubles, tastes nice, harm will benefit you from the first dose. gardeners to Imve out the early less, once used, always usd. Mr. glothinking of lettuce, onions and Bruce Crawfnid, Ninra, Mo., Thousands bless them for their rious, health and strength. Try radishes. writes: Dr. King's New Disovery them. Every bottle is guaranteed Mantles, Tiles, Tire State Farmers' Institute changed our hoy from a pule weak-sic- to satisfy. Only 50c til all dealers. boy to the picture of health." will bo held at Paducah next Adv week. Fred Blackburn, of Stan- Always helps. Buy it at all dealers. Adv. ton, anipmberof the State Board Wants Reading Room. of Agriculture will attend from A movement is on foot to got this county. BUCKEEE'S SEEDS SUCCEED I up a reading club the object of SPECIAL OFFER:will D. Turley, of Bourbon counJ. to or which is to have a room furnish MaJe t balta Nir nattntia. A trial raaka you our Mrmait customer. ty, has sold his property there ed anil supplie'd with the latest Prize Collection F'hiT?"1"'.1and bought a good farm of 78 T&rle. tl laga.ines and a collection of ties; 10 flnatt l Tarala. ntlandld uii o'atoa. a htil aU. holt, Tur-leTanetlet In near Harrodsburg. Mr. ood books. It is proposed to Write Mention this Paper. married. Miss Carrie Coulee supply a place of rest and enter of this conntv. tainment- for the weary one who SEND 10 CENTS to eortf FUf and packing an4 rcccUt this TalnaMe coiiocuou mj tiy ur. King's New Discovery may be at leisure for a short ncvi pMipaia. tofcintr who uooi. iuui area toa 1'iant mui au aooai iM jmw yuicum cr s6i, runt, ts. if Cor. and Soothes irritated throat and lungs, time whehter a resident or stranH. W. BactbatV mV3B&g!SL M stops chronic and hacking cough, ger. The object is good and we relieves tickling throat, tastes nice. hope to see it go thiougli. Take no other, once used, always Are You a Cold Sufferer? a need. Buy.it at all dealers. Adv.. Take-Dr- . King' New.Dbeovery. Willie Gordon Fain, of Estill The best Cough, Cold. Throat and SHIPP'S QUICK- :ounty, who has just reached Lung mcdiuine made. Money re- RELIEF LINIMENT. years is a midget in funded if it fails to cure you. Do twenty-onThis is the liniment the people are size. He. stands but forty inch-c- s not hesitate take it at our risk. talking about. J. H. tVells, from the lloor and weighs but First dose h'.lps. It is the most wonderful remetl v for Floydada, T.ixns, writes: "Dr. relieviiur pain I hnvo ever used. Cant. pounds. thirty-eigh- t King's New Discovery cured my Anderson Berry, Lexington, Ky. Construction work on the Cin- terrible coti'di and cold. 1 trained! I used thislinintcnt and the pain and soreness disiippeared like maic. cinnati, Licking Valley & 15 pounds." Buy it at all dealers. Jailer W. T. Jtallenger, Lexington, Ky. will begin in the railroad For relieving nelies and pains this Adv. liniment beats anything I ever saw. J. early Spring. The new railroad II. Letton, Lexington, Ky. was surveyed lasKall and runs Mrs. Callahan Gets Arm Shot Otf. It is tlio only remedy I have found Mrs. Rulli Onlhlum, wife of the that hits given me nay relief since I was fr..m Newport. Ky. to the Kentddest son of the late Kd Callahan imrnlizcd four years ago Mrs. Susnn tucky and Virginia coal lields. Welborn, Xewhurg, Intl. was chot and seriously wotindt d If it fails to relieve any pain in any M k King has sold the farm nt her homo near Crockettsville, part of the body in fifteen minutes, ask j dvsfrtised in the Times to llufus Breathitt county Tuesday. Her for your money back. Burton, of Bourbon county. M.r. arm was a linost entirely severed SOLD BY ALL LEADING DRUGGISTS. Burton will move to the place. from the body by the shot and a sale if his Mr. Kin t: will have had to be amputated. personal property February '20th, 'lhe shooting waslone by some nillikan Business Schojl, LEXINUTON, KY. mill move to Idaho to make his ono in a general light near the home. louse in which she was trying to Christian church snow covering the ground has Saturday night, Sunday morning had a bad effect on small grain, Will (lo to Italy. but a few moro mild days will The Governor has appointed mid Sunday night. IIOMK-MAD- K I bring it back to itself. PAl'Elt. ii mines Aieivec oi it ermines as After Venders of Cigarettes. a delegate to represent Kentucky llio ocotr county grand jury See the advertisement of W. FKB. '0, IMS at the International Institute of returned a number of sensational THURSDAY, J. Christopher and heirs in which Agriculture which will meet at indictments in its closing report, Koine, Italy, in May. Mr. MrKec returning true bills against n they will oifer their old home IXHUI, 1JRKVTNES. has signilied his intention of at- number of prominent business place at Spout Spring for public sale Feb. 25th. tending this meeting. houses for having violated the Tunlbee Mount, accompanied Hrooms to Alake? law against the sale of cigarettes Tie Business Active. olio of the fair sex to Winchester Iiring on your broom corn and let , Our dealers in ties are having to minors. Mtnduy morning. me tie it up into nice brooms at 11c a good business since the nnrkct to preach at t ho THE TIMES. A. P. Johnson was in Winches. ter on business Saturday. Klder-Vilan- der I.anibcrson will The recent freezes without, .. No Need Stop Work. Agents Wanted. Agents wanted to take subrip-tioitfor the Atlanta, Ga. Vnlnablo Constitution. premiums for subscribers, libera) commissions and cash prizes for agents You can make money fast in small towns or along any Rural Route. Some agents make good living. Others make 1(15.00 or $20.00 a month on the side, soliciting subscriptions. Adrese for particulars : Constitution, Atlanta, ja. Tir-WeekTri-Week- ly 1 1 When Need Builder's Hardware, Cabinet Grates, k Cooking or Heating Stoves, Go Write VP- - 11m T y prt.r-H.rt- to-da- y: Grubbs & Benton, Main Broadway, i i c tniu-acuT- , rwMirri T Winchester, - Ky. x e Vir-gini- a HARDWWK & COMPANY. Cut Prices. We are cutting the prices on Winter Geods to an extent that will iuterest you who arelookilig for the place where you can get tho most for your money. Indue Allic W. Young, of Morehoad, will remain at Jackson and continue the good work begun there two weeks ago. .Judge Benton will supply Judge Young's bench in Bath county tin" term of court beginning this week. Surprise Your friends. For four weeks regularly use Dr King's New Life Pills. They stim ulate the liver, improve digestion, remove blood impurities, pimples and uruptionR disappear from your body and you feel better. Begin at Adv. ttnv at all dealers once. make peace." Deafness Cannot be Cured by local application, as they can-op- BOOKKEEPING, SHORTHAND, TYPEWRITING. t Jill II'' . A Training School for Teachers Court leading U ElMwaUry, Buu Cr UinuelUt.J Uto HI FiUlt llftc.U. ValU U gvfcttttJ rVtarmo EtpwU f KnUwhr. ft ad Kflflt . kiaauallraialac ballalkf j has turned out hun reach the diseased portion of This school dreds of men and women who the ear. There is onljvono way to are successes. It will make cure deafness, ami that is by cona success of you. stitutional lottiedits. Deafness is caused by an iaillaiued condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachi Write for Catalogue. an Tube. When this tube is in flamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and when it is entirely closed, Deafness is the Any ncho or pain In any part of the result, tied unless the imilamuiation body can be relieved with Sliipn's Liniment. can be taken out, and this tube re Quick Belief the purchase$100 reward if price is not it falls and to its normal condition, bear- - refunded. Try it and Bee. 5Uo At All stored Druggists. tig will be destroyed forever; nine eases out of ten are caused by Ca tarrh, which is nothing but an in 5 flamed condition of the mucous tai rf aces. We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Dcafnr ss (caused We tell von how. and Da vbett market by catarrh that cannoPbe .cured by j We are dcalera: etabllahcd firicea. and can do Mall's Catarrh Cure, bend for cirUBTrKKfor you than agenta or commlaalon merculars' Tree. F. J . Cheney & Co., chant. Ketercureaany bauk la Louisville. Write for weekly price 1UU Toledo, O. M. SABEL &. SONS Stop that Ache.ii The lines that are making the heaviest cuts on are Men's, Hoys' and Youths' Clothing, in Suits, Odd Pants and Overcoats, Men's it Boys' Hats & Caps, Indies', Misses, Men's and Boys' Swenters, "Queen Quality" Shoes for Women, Outing Cloths, Dress Goods iu both wool and cotton, Ladies' Underwear, and Misses' Neckwear. If you are needing a Sewing Machine, here is your chance. "Standard" brand Drop Head Machine, regular price, SUS.OO for 22.oO; "Paragon" brand Drop Head .Machine, regular price, 8U0.00, for 818 00. C.ul.,rr. j n nUBK, PtfUeal.j Drtiggbts, 75o. Take Hall's Family Pills Sold bv Ulv. for LOUISVILLE. Mvbt IT. A Doners in runs, niut. wuui. tit. tt Hardwick & Co., Stanton. i j constipation. V registered Hereford yearling bull and brought to this enmity lit nti espouse of $75. The are of a very rugged nature and arc said to subsist and remain in good condition on far less feed than any other breed of cattle known. They are the kind of cattle I'owell county needs. They are, however, very poer milkers. Henry Clay first introduced the Ilerefords into America. It was in 1817. Though first brought to Kentucky the Hereford's hnve never been yery numerous, in this state. Here-fords Imports Fine Animal. Dr. A. T. Knox lias bought Prizes of $1,000.00 In Gold. a Precinct No. A. This is the season of the year when a great deal of brush is being burned on the farm. All brush should be burned on the poorest spots, and if this is done made out of a a rich spot wiH-h- e poor one. Nothing makes land better than wood ashes and none We of them should bs wasted. burned in see many brush piles ditches and on rock piles, both are wasteful and should not be done. Land to be plowed for sowing oats is better, it is contended by experts, to have been plowed at least sixty days before the oats are sown. This being true, it is The 'Lexington Lender litis started n liooklovers Contvot. It is really more of n gnmc than a contest, as tliere in no sol ici tut ion or cnnvnssltiK,1 and anybody livliiR in Kentucky who tukes the Leader may compete, rrwes nmouctitig to l,CO0 in gold will be to those who guess the greatest number of book titles represented by pictures. Following is a list of the prizes: $500 n go d. . . First Prize 100 n go d. . Second Prize - . 50 n go d. . . Third Prize J n go . . . Fourth Prize 25 j" R . . Fifth Prize .' --5 n go d. . Sixtli Prize 25 n go d. . . Seventh Prize 25 in go d. . . Eiehth Prize 100 n go d. . Ten of $10 each . 100 in gold. . Twenty of $5 each $1,000 in gold. . . Total prizes Contests of this character hnve prov en intensely popular in the larger cities all over the country, as guessing the titles of the books is grcnt fun and everybody lias a chance. The contest will run 11 weeks, 77 pictures in nil, and the Lender is making a special rate of $1.50 for the Afternoon and Sunday editions till June 1, covering the period of the contest, the examination of the nnswers nnd the awarding of the prizes. Send subscriptions direct to the Leader, Lexington, Ky. , with out delay, so as to start in with the be ginning of the contest. If you wnnt more particulars before subscribing drop a postal card to the Lender. Lex-inct- Consolidated Casualty Or, B. 1000. adl. W. B. Crowe, amount penalty and intereBt,$22.So Hatton, L. G., 75a 300, ad joins II. Townsend, amt. pen alty and cost, ooi James Luther, 60 100, adj Wm. Brlsco, amt. penalty and 5 60 cost Mallins, Geo., 40 a 100 adj Wm. Baker, amount penalty 6.50 and cost Meadows E K. 200a 400 adj Wm. Craotree, amount penal9.94 ty and cost Sullivan, Martha, 300a 250, adj. Furnace, amount penalty 4.88 and cost Townsend, Goe. 75a 75, adj. Green Adams, amount penalty , and cost Townsend, Henry, B., 150, adj. S. W. WasBon, amount C.10 penalty and cost White, Wm. 20a 50, adj. Dan Abner, amt. penalty and cost 4,85 0 PmflU J M .10a 140 adi G Eaty. Woodward amt pen and cot 0.01 Whlner "1 have only one friend oa earth-m- ydog." Optimistic Advisor Powell A T 40a 80 adi I! 5,22 "Why don't you get another dog!" Pomell amt pen and cost Spencer I) C boun. 300 adj Ira Profilt amount pen and 8 15 cost 30a 30 ndj AVnsson Sar-iPaul ilowell amt pen and cost 1.8 Colored List. BurbageJJuines 58a 100 Farm Drain Tile adj T Cliuney amt pen and 1 22 cost Brown Joseph 25a 100 ndj Edwin Rose amt pen and fi.48 cost Noe Armstead 50a 100 adj T E Enstin amt pen and cost. 4.85 Taylor Abe 22a 50 adj E R Reynolds amt penalty and 4.85 cost, T. C. HALLy SheriiT Powell Cou nty. . Make Your Wet Land Productive. By the use of drain tile you ear. turn that low, wet, listless; swamndj Charley Pnttou unit pen most productive uncTcost 0.47 py' field into the spot on your farm. Good tile, Fox Alexandra SOOa 00 properly placed, not only carries off surplus water, if admits air to the Mill nnd makes it easy to work. . The increaee It improves in the value of the land is many tunes "the. cost of thetile Tnefirs.t year's erup from tiled land pays for it. Any body can do the. work successfully, write tor particu lars or cell at nui plant. any-soil- Red River Brick & Tile Company, STANTON, - KENTUCKY-- . Sheriff's Sale For time our farmers are getting bnsv. Of course, corn land will not have to be plowed, but. can be disked in. TAXES. - scribed iViMe Marl Ea4 n anw to alj ag may be necessary to satisfy fr tm- -f tmi' and Walfen'JarafeWpenaL , iftmm.Btm tli.".-V-Hiilenmeyer & Sons; aaakla with ne.lr tlw Inilracftlrt Oardva Qald ar ir.w UA. mnuj ag the taxes due thereon, for the year and cost d ther dissatify the 4.4S fl . F. OKKAT N0BTHBN.8KeiJ00.'' Lexington, Ky. lEockfurtl, llllnola M Uon St. riculturist and to discourage the 1012. Sale to cover penalty, interPrecinct Tof C. farmer boy who realizes he can est and cost. Barnetf Wm Ga 60' adj B S not now buv farming implements a 3i t Burgher penal, OVER ee YEARS' Precinct No. 1. of this character 140 adj Howell Gardner.? EXPERIENCE (joit 35 Furnace pen. and Adams, Alvin, R.. Land, CAPITAL STOCK. 8100.000 Jlj PUBLIC SALE OF LAND Amt. 81U0, adjoins amt., pen-8 (.27 Hood Geo 25a lSfLadj . HUKIM.UH A.N DUN- 0.12 ally and cost, pen and cost. mviuuu I'uoi'ixs. uoo.ooo 3 , On the premises at Spout Berry John, and Letcher Kincaid J. 8. 60a : 150 adj 125 a amt. 5(10, adj Sam 0.12 Grunt Buker pen. andcott Spring, Ky., trade. muhkb Flynn, amt. penalty and cost, 12.03 Tins Puckett J 11 Bourl. 100 adj ) Designs Tuesday, Feb. 25th, 1913. Brown. James, U land, 104, Oopvriohts Ac. Tom Curtis pen andxost 5.4 P Anyone eenrtlnf a tkeler) and deaciipllon mar the lieiis will offer at public sale. adj. Sunt Garrett, amt. penalonlcklr ascertain our oWnioti free whctlier an Tipton M E 30a 100 adj B S iitTOiiUon je Probablrpotintimimiinlon. oi Vincjiimi:m. Ky. 5.54 the, W. J. Christopher farm, con ty and cost, 2.82 SI Burgher pen and coBt cent free. Oldeat aieuer Jor aecnrliiirpauiita. t Cu. recelre Patent taken tbrouh Everman Sarah, 50a 150, adj tabling 200 acres, more or less PrecinetNo. 7. qxrtal mtUct, without obarge, tu tba riiir.uni uirii i 4tl S. Auldredge, amt penalty and with good dwelling, store cost. V. U. Hl'HAK, Oahiiikii. Ashley John 400a 400 adj 85 Scientific 11.87 j Nick Rogers pen and cost bouse and necessary outbuildings. A handeomelr lllnitratea weeklr. Jjiret EvermanPichard 50a lOOadj Torni. a of any aoleutlUe lourua jeari foar mdntln, 1. .Wd br all rewnlMUc. SI Tins place is well watered; 75 a JoTaylor, amt penalty and cost Ashley Mary 15a 50 adj YOUli ACCOINIS .SOI.ICITICU j3 2.20 John Ashley pec and cost ere? in good grass; about 50 acreh Hensley Fulton, 104a 104 adj in virgin t holier, the remainder rf Tom Baker, amt penalty andcost 5.54 Brewer Jerry 100a 100 adj .'I.S'.i Sam McKnabh penand cost King Wiliam, 100a, 120, adj the place has grown up in filth. SnowG'rk. amt penalty and cost :t.09 Boyd Siiruh N. ifiun. 400.1 consequently is well rested and 400 adj Joluiutliun;Boy' pen. read- - for cu'tjvtitioii. This pluer Precinct No. 2. 0.84 aid cost is right at the school-hou'ant' Adams, Green, Jr., 1 town lot Knox Carl 80a 300 adj Sid two ehnrcli-- in milt 100 adj. 2.13 Knox pen and cost8.11 Four ini'es from Chy City. Anderson, Geo., 15 a, 40, adj Means Cleveland JJa 125 "I used to be troubled with a weakness peculiar to This place is in the lu.nds of the Bill Lamb, amt. penal, and cost 4.08 5.80 pen aiul cost adj women," writes Mrs. Anna Jones, of Kenny, III. "For Booth Henry 25a 00, adj Sam of which there are nine, Townsend Marshall 100a 100 nearly a year, I could not walk, without holding my sides. eight old enough to transfer title t Branc'enburg, umt. penalty and o.iiO adj Bill Townsend' peji and cost, I tried several different doctors, but I grew worse. Finally, tlii-ipart. A decree of eon it t 5.47 cost Coulee F G, 30a 340, adj Jas. our druggist advised Cardui for my complaint. I was so ti c iufiiiit heir's pari can In .Townsend Wm Sr 200a 200 Little, amt. penalty and cost 10.80 thin, my weight, was 115. Now, 1 weigh 163, and I am 0.S2 ndj Win Mays pen and cost cu.ily oIUhIiimI. This jilncu will be DunawuyWillis, B.land, 200 never sick. 1 ride horseback as good as ever, l am in d in two parrels, adj. BillNeal, amouut,peualty liividcil anil Precincto. fine health at 52 years." (S.SS then a a whole, nnd m biclu vt r and cost, Friend Sid 100a 100 adj Crit Knox, Hint, penalty and cost 5.47 2.1 a, 50, adj lirin s tlic more moiicx, it will Holder Charley, vi Hall W S, 30a 80, adj mid. Any me desiring to sie K Uiindall, aiut. penal, and cost fl.Jil) Hall, amt. penalty aridiOht5.22 Powell Mary A, 50a 100, adj. the plitce and iinotig.uA hfiri 1) e Jniodge, amt. penal, andcost 2 83 1111 H.G, B., 1U0 adjoining r il i M'suIh cull m II. K. unit, penalty and cost 5.47 at Spout Sjit'nji. Precinct No. 3. Knox OA, iO'dp, adj Sid Ws have thousands of such letters, and more are I'i i ins made known on day of cost 4. (Sri Friend, unit, peiuilty-anMiller, S J, 20i)a 800, adj Ben arriving dally, Such earnest testimony from those who Buy, amount penalty and cost 1" 14 Meadows, A J.JjQa 50 adj, have tried it, surely proves the great value of this vegetaWin. .Mcuilows, uuio'jnt penal- Spencer, Jasper .50 300 adj V. J. Christopher ble, tonic medicine, for women. 4 85 y and cost G. S. Spurlock, amount penalCnrdul relieves women's sufferintis. and builds wealc R 71 and Heirs. ty ninLcojit Meadows Wm. !50a )30 HdJ women up to health and strength. If you are a woman,. Fred Kinser, auujuut enuhy give it a trial. It should help you, tor it pas neipeu a 5.72 ami coot It is made from mire, harmless, herb Ingredi nMiors. Meadows 1,0, Guardian f3 ent!, wSich act Dromptly ana surely on ine womanry organs. D68E3T KAKIXT F&fCE 00 adj J B ltogertfViut penalIt 13' a gotxt tonic, iry u our uruugiin acno ii. rum iaw ruu " 2.31 ty and cost ANAKUKS, Write to! Indies' Adrisorr DeaL. Cballaaooca Medicin Ca. Cbatlaaooaa, Tcna., WaoICentorxfen. Writ J'uhon I'l.o J .8Jii 200 ndj book. "Iloae TrHaitat lor Women," Mntjrtf. I M (or SpttUl Lntruclmt, n4 SKaUxdssUilb J Wjn Baker, umouBtVpnally fcTABU3K!0 1337 S .mdcot COm WHITE age farmer. As Sheriif of Powell County, 1 will on Mondav the 3rd day of A popular scientific magazine March, 1H13, at the Court"- House got out a farmer edition a few Door in Stnton, Pouell County, weeks ago. All we saw in it was Kentucky, between the hours of 10 how to farm wit limit the horse. o'clock a. m and 4 o'clock p mv, It seemed designed principally sell to the highest and best bidder machine- to advertise high-pricefor. cash in hand the following derv and was worthier s to the aver property, or bo .much jb.ere-o- f, d Precinct No. 5. Baker, J. W Clay City lot Penalty and 80, adjoining ' cost Bellis, J. T., lClay City lot 150, penalty and cost Flinchem, Bud;?7a 60, adj John Ringo. penalty and cost Groves, Lou, 1 Clay City'lot 500, penalty and cost Muncy Roberta 100, adj. Jas.Woolery, penalty and cost Lvle Wm 1 Clay City lot 100 pen and cost Muncy Jesse, a 50, adj. Muncy, penalty and cost Mauppin Demaricus, 1 Clay City lot, 150,'penalty andcost Martin J. IJ. 1 :Cay City lot 100, penalty and cost Neal Caroline, 3 Clay City lots 300 penalty and cost Rucher A., 3,VWJ. lots 150 penalty and costr Stokley ElijahJI 'Clay City lots 200 ponalty;nd.508t TlDton .y.WJiaktwen lot Generally. The man who thinks he 1b one ot the chosen few generally turns out to 5.00 be one of the disappointed many. 3.00 2.20 G.S0 $100 Reward! Will be paid to any person hnvingany kind of pain or ache if Shipp's Quick Uelief Liniment fails to give Instant relief and the piirchnye price is not refunded. Try iland see. 6Uc. At All prompUT obulrwd la U eoontTtet Ml MO Fit. . TAM-iMMCaiMtiMid copiriiuuregu-literal- . Uodpl.or rtoio, cor Head mpout Skcttn. on p"mbilli7 Patent ptact- - mi D. S rent In rtxmfK tat laralnaMt book on MOW TO OBTAIN SItL MTINTS, WMeh onra will par. now to get aieartner, pateot law and otbor valuable Information. 8il tt 5.50 3.05 4.75 3.59 4.15 4.G8 4.08 Druggists. PATENT LAWYHi, ,303 Seventh St., WMMaftMi, D. C. SWIFT k CO, TREES NO AGENTS -- ! Fruit and Ornamental Shrubs, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Peonies Roses, Phlox, etc. EEDS Frtlh, Reliable. iuf Guanntud to Pleaae Tytry Oardencr and PlanUrahonliltcttho iDDrlor merlti of Otir Northern OrownSeeda, 6.27 (JKOWERS OF WHAT WE SELL. FREE.CATALOU FOR JO CENTS we will nnd poatpald oar FAMOUS COLLECTION. . Ma 1 kf. 0 Dr T.m.1. 'I t.rriBMiudua lot . .Ml pa I.M fttorr t llrnJat ... .... -- special, pre It tended to fur weak-knee- ! - and-cos- high-price- d Dal-ton- Wixciikstick Bank. lunn-J- fimtm. e s - Couldn't Walk ! ln-ir- s off-re- ! Dil-lar- d Chris-lojilie- IvAKUU I WomansTonic -. tnu-iif- vi NySMsSJOHN tSf' HE AND HIDES m