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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): February 27, 1913 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1913 cla1913022701_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 27, 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. THE CLAYICITY TIMES. $1.00 a Ycur in Ailvanc;. We are here to help ClafClly She SnrroanJiog pantry as! Oarsclves. 1. E- - Burgher, Publisher. VOL XVIII. THE I'ETTIT MURDERERS. Commissioner Newman' CLAY CITY, The State Farmers' in session at i'aduenh this week. Commissioner of Agriculture'.!. V. Newman tnadu the opening speech in which he said in part : "The children should be taught agriculture in school, attend county fairs and attend various meetings for furthering agricultural interests. Institutes should bo held every month instead of once a year. It is only a matter of time until a farm demonstrator practically will be in every county in Kentucky. "I do not approve of Kentucky Address. Institute is KTHURSDAY, is.,- cposlts Increase. Murray, Comp- - FEBRUARY 27, J9IP, NO. Estill Tribune Sold. Kentucky Btm Agricultural Insructors Employed. Lawrence1 Clay City luis boon in the throes ot great excitement, lor the past wqek. Allot' the negroes, except one, directly interested in the murder of Marshal I'ettit have been caught and safely jailed. The negro who wns lirst, arrested, before the killing, and who in the excitement was allowed to get away from the jail is now regarded as one of the instigators and accessory to the murder before the act was perpetrated. It is no longer doubted Irn ir nf Ul ency, this week made publicl report on all of the nafionarV nks of Kentucky, as sno wn oy. ist call, Febru ary 4. m$ A 8urprisin&fenturo of the re- port is the sue rmous growth in ..V."?, .. uiuiviuuaii ,as )sits and total re- sources. One of fill jest indexes of a There aro seven counties in Kentucky that arc interested in modern scientific farming, and each of these counties have arranged for the employment of competent instructors in agricul tural and farm demonstration work. The counties taking these forward steps are Jefferson, Henderson, Warren, Muhlenberg, Metcalfe, Christian and Madison. State's of individual: that thetrouble and shooting was all done to decoy Mr. I'ettit away from town to get, to kill him, and Bert, the one that escaped, is said to have gotten the whiskey to apirit them up, and to have further in other ways provoked the Several persons saw murder. leaving the county, and all Bert who 6aw him, from the gnit ho was going, are Bure he will never return. Bert Smothers, the negro who escaped," while only charged with a very small offense, in the opinion of the public now should be brought back and tried for Ins part of tho murder and there is talk of getting up a reward fund tucky." to have him brought back. Spring Announcement. H. F. Hillenmeyer & Sons, the railroad companies urging cjti- zenR 0f this State to leave it and go to other States where land is not either better nor cheaper and opportunities perhaps not really so great, by advertising low rates, 1 hope this body will pass a resolution condemning these home seekers' excursions. 1 hope the railroad officials will awaken to the fact that it is pennywise and pound foolish', the course they are pursuing in persuading Kentuckians to become the foundation stock for sections of the country where conditions are not nearly as good as in Old Ken noted Lexington nurserymen, .have their spring announcement in this issue. Every body who owns laud needs some form of trees or shrubs. Their stock is the best and their prices much lower than fruit agents. Send them a nice order right now and you will never have occasion to regret it. . Married, at the residence of Jessie Puckett, Feb. 20th, 1918, Mr. Robert Potts and Miss Ada Hunter, Elder A. Easter ofiici- - percentageVOwjegal reserves to Good Law Enacted. deposit is 10.2m;aR against 10.G5 u vear nun. Kansas, being progressive in The repofWBls for all of the every thing, has iust passed a bill national batikjsrin Kentucky, out in their Legislature granting the recall of all public officials, and side of Louisville. the Governor has said he will Attorney ueaftiral on the Primary. sign the bill, making it a law. A Snowden for $300 00 Fine of $6oo for Violating dame Law Attorney,'theral Garnetf, in petition calling for the recall can The Christopher farm adverThe Phoenix Hotel at Lexing- answer to ateutnber of inquiries only be signed bv persons who ton has been .fined twenty dol concerning tMaf construction of tised to sell here Tuesday at pubvoted for such officer. lic sale was put up but not sold. lars each on thirty counts or six the State oriMarv law. decided W. J. Christopher, Sr. R. S. hundred dollars nil told for thatikaincBriiditiKteff.can.not Two. Laborers Burned. serving quail out of season, be written oh the ballots in the Ill a burning factory building Christopher, T. S. Christopher though The birds were shipped primary. The voter in the pri- at Louisville two laborers after and W. J. Christopher Jr., all from an adj. lining state during mary must indicate wth the X safelv escaping the flames return of Clark county were here. the open season of that sfate. the list of candidates for whom ed to get some trivial personal The offerings of cattle on the beiongins and were consumed. he desires to vote. Costly Bootlegging. Winchester market Monday were J. 0. Hurst was lined $1,000 for This decision was made in an Wanted I light and sales slow, but what violating the local option laws of swer to tne inquiry it uepuon-can- s Tour butter, eggs and chickens. sales were made were made at could vote for Democratic Breathitt county. This was the Mrs J. W. Williams. good prices. aggregate of lines in fifteen cas- candidates or Democrats vote for es. Hurst, was required to sign Republican candidates bv writ-tin- g the names on the ballots. a $10,000 bond Tor his good beThe Attorney General also havior for the next twelve held that in county races the months. candidates were not required to get a specilied number of signers to the petition in any certain - jty is the amount Only ono of these Madison is deposits in its up in this end of the State. What banks. these seven counties have done deposits in the every county in the State should The indiv national Ta9Jts of Kentucky do. show a growllljof almost $350 Reward tor George Smothers. 000 during'tlyst year. The actActing upon a request of Judgo ual increasftjtlfrorn $11,038,787.-5- 2 Benton, Gov. McOreary has ofa year. ag').o $15,013,092.18 fered a reward of $200 for the under tho roport issued this week. capture of George Smothers, one In the melarjfime, the total re- of tho negroes who took a hand sources of th$wational banks of in the brutal murder of Marshal Kentucky hawgiown from $78, A. T. Pettit. This together with (38,018,020,15 and $150 reward offered by the citiloans and disjfeunts from zens of Clay City makes the total 21 toJ,988,522,88. The reward for the fugitive $850. pnitipe, 490,-150.0$12,-040,07- Editor Grant E. Lilly, of Richmond, has sold the Estill Tribune to J. It. White. Mr. White was the founder of the Estill Herald, and for years published that paper. Ho is therefore a newspaper man and will make a sure go of the Tribune did of the Herald. Mr. Lilly assigns as his reasons for selling the paper that living twenty-thre- f miles away from tho office of publication is too far to properly at tend to the duties incumbent op on an editor, nere's wishing the Tribune and its new publish er the success they each so richly deserve. well-qualified SPOUT SPRING. fl. F. Christopher is in Clark county this week on a business mission. Manson Curtis is moving thin week from L. & E. Junction to 5 this place. Rufus Burton moved this week to the farm he recently bought of Mike King near Clay City, C. M. Wood, who recently sold his farm at Kimbrell to Ben Stone has bought a place in Powell county from 'Squire John D. urns Come to Our Store And let us show you what a nice line of goods we carry. We are showing an Elegant Line of precinct. Alountaln Man Fear Clark County FALL AND WINTER Sentiment. GOODS Including Cloaks and Wraps Ed3Sffi5 Ladies' Suits, Millinery, and etc. MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING to fit Attorney A. H. Patton, of Jackson, aifd former editor of the Breathitt County. News, has been indicted upon the evidence of half dozen Clark county citizens for Subordination of perjury in connection with the Callahan conspiracy cases at Winchester. His case was transferred to filer cer couuty for trial. He strenu ously objected to his case being transferred to Clark county on account of the strong Buntiment in that county against him. Blackburn Reappointed. Our stock of Dry Goods, Notion1, ia Groceries, Hardware, Clothing, Shoes and etc. replete with Variety, Style and Quality. THIS COMBINED WITH OUIt Low Prices Make It to your interest to give us a good share of you and your pocketbook. I When you want any kind of Merchandise, flunk 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. Fred 11. Blackburn, of Stan by ton, has been Governor McOreary as member of tho State Board of Agricul ture. Mr. Blackburn will hold tor a term of fdur years. His great interest in tho welfare of the farmers of his district has well merited his Judge Redwlne Dead. your trade. Wo strive to please our customers be- cause we knew satisfied customers are ourbest assets. Yours to please, Everything to Please theCustomer Circuit Judgo D. B..Redwine, of Jackson, died at Hot Springs, Ark., yesterday front Bright's di6oa80. WALDRON & JOHNSON, terred tcry. His body wil 1 bo in in tho Lexington ceme Waltersville, Ky. I Il II PHI f III ! HP 4l- J i"lv. The danger was not FPri.uis DarHnfsville. Ihiil the country must breathe .Mrs. Ellen McKinncy,.who has easier since the elcrtoritil college coinplefed its work without any been quite sick nflicr home with la grippe, is slowly. improving. stormy protest from Col. Koo.se. i'Uiii.isiikp vi:uv tiii;i:siay. Willie I'Vcncifrniiil liis little volt. nephew, OharlieMaple, visited Sttf oription rates'81 a year orthrei! After all of the rest of the po- Mr. and Mrs. K. L:fe Tipton Mon-duvi'uru in advance litical pro:iH)sl ir.n tors have told night. us just who will constitute Mr. .1. H. liurnhcr, Publisher. Mr. and Mrs. Carter Reynolds Wilson's cuhinet, we would like Hn'-rs us mnil mutter. to hear from Mr. Wilson him- visited the hitter's parent?, Mr. and Mrs. John..Rose; of Beech self. rhur.Mluy, Feb. Fork, Saturday and Sunday. j Mil "ueorgia uyclone" says i lie 111 that when Wilson rides down tho Card of .Thanks. CLUB RATES, avenue on the 4th, he will pass No word or wptjdscun properlv b'nr tlie convenience of our we have arranged club rates 57 saloons. However, thousands express my gratitude to the neighwith the following papers at prices of other men won't pass 'em. bors and friends.: for their kindbelow mentioned : ness during the jSickness and The Harvard professor who The Timks and death of my father. My heart Courier-Journ$1.00 hasn't slept- for twenty years it Cincinnati Enquirer 1.10 ought to try the experiment of knows no language to express the profound appreciation which 90 Louisville Herald attending some of the college overwhelms me at this hour of Home and Farm 75 1 1.00 jeotures. land Farmer May each one !)( American Farmpr Thereisnodonbt that thepeople receive the richest.blessiugs. Southern Agriculturist To Mrs. R L. Tipton. of the United States would feel most-kintoward Mpxioo'sgov ANNOUNCEMENT. The Largest nagazbie In the World. eminent-iMexico ould onlv net Today's Magazine is the largest For Assessor. one. and best edited magazine publish"We are ntithnrized to announce S. A Muster as candidate for Assessor f If an era of simplicity can be ed at 50c per year., , Five cents per I'uwell counts, subject to the action cf attained which will simplify tar- copy at all newsdealers. Every trie Uemocratic primary election in August. iff debeate the republic will be lady who appreciates a good maga-zi- i eternally gratefu 1. e should Bend for a free sample Ciay City must bow her head in copy and premiutp catalog. A whole lot of Republicans are shame at the tragedy that occur preparing to give up their jobs Today's Magazine, Canton, ed across the river from this city during Lent. Ohio. last week when A. T. Pettit, our town marshal, lost his life in such Jt4ie Suba brutal manner. No one could have made the Times believe such brutality was in the heart p.'.' Ttu werk or the Mlmm: point In cuch ami every rural 'school la oar state of any negroes in this county, strong, thoroughly lutereatedman is elected i subdlstrlct trustee. It but it was. There is but one sois well, but if a rnrclcsH. lrnlltTerent man holds tfce office the school lution to the crime, it was all uT.wtiliiRshape. A good trustee means a clean, comfortabltk,buildIhg, a com- !u had whiskev. Had the negroes have ctcut teacher and some interest on the part of the genera'Jpubllc. A poor hud no whiskey, there would have t.iistee means a badly kept building, a second or third "rote teacher and a luck oT interest by the neljdiboiliood. "V been no trouble and Mr. Pettii would have most likely been a Monthly Report of Treaty's live today. While so much is being said about the terror of the i.. crime, why not something be said NMmIm Cawrtj. Ky. ' if -- . " about where these negroes got iiu.u Vi vr l mj. rMMi8 their whiskey which prompted them to do the crime? Let us Numbar Ban arir.ftat mil HantarBoyiprMtnt...., Nambw OlrtoTud) dunnf OMath...'8 strike at the root of 00 per cent, . Condition af chodroota WuTtacfcMttaa4t txt of the crimes and in doing so we fTart cUMm aatt and tldj' Ml DM cBSMraa miRb to and tan daaaeitftfct will give liquor a lick every M c1M j THE TIMES. -- Only One More Week Until our t. '? y wl secoml-oliix- a G&at Clearing Sale will close. Come and save money beiore sub-iiTibi'- it is too late to take advantage of our - wonderful bargains. 1 1 1 MRS. J. W. WILLIAMS, Clay City, Ky. USK HOPE A$-cirt- s. $ MILLS Baking Day is a Delightpnud of their bread, cakes and rolls when they are using tin Pearl Hour. No failure to have delieious'v il tvored bread that is Imht and tempting when you use this superlative and popular flour. It is a favorite with everyone who loves good tn tliose who are Imke bread made from Pearl Hour. - One Co inty Is Solving - district Trustee Problem Mi- - ,.- VMttl Made by J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, Ky. -- ir -- mm time. As Representative Stanley was absent when the temperance measure was passed last week by Congress, many are conjecturing his reasons for so absenting Himself. His excuse was that he must come to Kentucky as Gov. AlcCreary would announce for the Senate on that day und that ho wanted to bo in the State and .see how his announcement wa6 received. The Webb bill was of more importance than any other measure that will come up at this session of Congress, and as Stanley is a caudidate for the U. S. Senate he should have shown his colors like he did at the State Convention in Louisville two yenrs ago when ho used all of his power to pre. vent the county unit plank from being placed in the Stute Demo: etordliK to aroma' -- tJ .0Did I aaeh chIM radtt'dsriag radUOoe' iU, 7 Did rMlifcaa. ,0 ami to ndut Figures That Talk Farmers, Merchants, Timbermen, and all those who want a place ofsafety for their money: This is Do Ow7 bin ftenf u 14. awrniu Und xtraM t4 ndu - b la BibU or 6 loo ! UlSa)k raU M k wraliif BcrrdsM1 uoirtii Pridu Hem iftmoaar of tttcser Did AJ Hw aitsy nmt ntd te Hraiu dartnt tto MithT U itbeolhoaw Bm tb Mbool What baa th pieptrlv J nunj wrtnu dartnt Uw tr onllir. . lurtitrd' ijtJ Ddted' awathl tou nuunior tmttm't Wirt IfcH" ImamtiMM Imgv. if baaitii tanii "f" atajr oMttiatt datlag AdSSMkt tana 7a Wt- - ; a National Bank, business continuously estabi'shed in 1889 and has been doing It is as safe as any bank regardless H Uxn aaj laatraetm n aimealtaiv since that time. of size or location; see our statement. We have $25,000.00 invefled invefted in United States Government Bonds; 1: Tfcla $25,000.00 $60,000.00 mfirft Mortgage and feel se- la kaai aanlb ttai and bafr voted mi ab ScaonJ DlfMen A. Bands on Railroads, every dollar of which cure in its g. besides over is of loans to our customers, N perfedly safe. Send us your deposits lad ataooi a ataiad hla rrpnn moal t w - malted t Oouat Supanaiaadant wlthla Uwm daya ailar data af v Tmiiii Wt cratic platform. way, his trip to Kentucky was in vain, a McCrenry has yet failed to make his announcement and Stanley will have to como back (lov-ernn- Hut, by life County oar a Eduoation, of Itioolaa 'County,' 7e( monthly reports Zentuoky, agree to exanine oaYe fully Sub- - Oiatriot Trustee of eao Dietriat, una sent in by spools to assist ten in any nay possible to put on a Mfier basis. We also agree to pay ,eao Trustee 25 oents an vour, not to exoeed tvrae ours,, for torn t.eir official visit onoe a rnont, for aCounty of six nonts term is ertendel longer. To 5aT4 wnleas Trustee tor. nsgleot of duty, unless office vacant and ,fpolnt presented, declare taaother. te te OTUSTl BTAItD 07II7RA0T. te Clay City National . Bank, I teir Fub-Pistr- lot CLAY CITY, KENTUCKY. te te te Sub-Dlstr- iot 'all nts-lgall- y Signed M Capital: Stock, -- ' -- in to see how his announcement is received. If Congrei-- s can prevent the g Wiifliini:tiiii Hotels from piug-iupeople during the inautiM-tioii- , why can't it prevent tho trut-tfrom gouging them all the s irvite Sub Trustees of District JTo. list having been Auy elected and sworn into offioe,Te J1T ireW tan one vour for our offloial visit. I agree tomaftM oarsfuly according to printed list of lnstruotlmiwa questions furiised by Ue County PuperintsndsntMilta' write a oorreot report and mail-tvease to CeiHity Superintendent within tree days after said risi For offioial visit eaov mont J. am'td'reoeito this.ouy an not to txoeed tree 6ur'B for' any' jsontlr e te SUB TRUSTE3 CONTRACT. Surplus'and Profits, Shareholders' Liability, $25,000.00 $6,000.00 $25,000.00 - te time? Signed" A garden U where a citv man in'. spends money for seed that lie The above contracts and reports tell their own story. In NIciMlM ceanty a iiuylil In save to buy Vegetables number of ualnteresteil trustees have been automatically Uruypieaad iaterr men put la their places with from mme oilier garileiiei V-t- visit. ed Subscribe for the Times. Vi. lnaiki.-t- . WUV NOT GET IIUSY WITH T1IEH EVKUYWIIKItE IN HUM 4TATHT' w THE A HOME-MADE TIMES.;; PAPER. FEB. 17, 1013 It. (5. Miisick, of Hie Jackson THURSDAY, The beautiful weather last week naturally turned the farm wives' minds running toward sitting hens and many of the old biddies aso now squalling and fluffing their feathers at every approach to their nests. No Need to Stop LOCAL BREVITIES. Tuesday is Hie day and WashAre yon ington the place. go-in:- ? Grover Barnett, of Mt. Sterling:, was here a few days this R. A. Kerhy and family, who week. left here Feb. 10th for Illinois, Dr. Martin reports the birth intendingto make that State their of a son to Mr. and Mrs. Oharlie home, have gone to Masonville. Stewart, Saturday, Feb. 22nd Iowa, and settled, where he orders the Times 6eut to his ad Deputy U. S. Marshals made a raid on mountaiu "shiners" last dress. week and as a reward for their Mothers Can Safelv Bhy perseverance, brought back five Dr. King's New .Discovery and give it to the little ones when ailing and stills. Tims. Edge has been appointed suffering with colds, coughs, throat marshal temporarily until a suc- or lung i roubles, tastes nice, liHrm - The Iniriul of Mursliul Pelt if, who was so foully murdered last week, took pl.icc in the Stanton cemetery Friday. His funeral was preached at Ins residence by the The Rev. Judge L. K Mann. remains were buried in the honors of Masonry.- Work. When ' the doctor orders you to I can't, stap work it.etftggers you you say. You know you are weak, run down anil failing in health day by day, but you must work as long as you can stand. What you need Atlanta, Ga. is Electric Bitters to give tone, Old nevsp!pers"Tor sale at this strength and vigor to your system, down and build oliice. to prevent break you up. Don't be weak, sickly and ailing when Electric Bitters will benefit you from the first dose. Thousands bfees them f or'their glorious health and strength. Try in them. Every bottle is guaranteed to satisfy. Only 50c at all dealers. ' Adv. Agents Wanted. Agents wanted to take suhscrip tions for the Atlanta, Ga. Constitution. Valuable premiums for subscribers, liberal commissions and cash prizes for agents You car, make money fast in small towns or along any Rural Route. Borne agents make l good living. Others make $15.00 or 20.00 a month on the side, so. Ilciting subscriptions. Adrese for particulars : Tri- - Weekly Constitution, Tir-Week- Trees! Trees! Trees! Fruit and Ornamental Strawberries, Shrubs, Hedging, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Grapes, Roses, Peonies, Phlox, etc. Everything for Orchard, Lawn andOardn. NO AGENTS FREE CATALOG H. F. Hillenmeyer&Sons Lexington, Ky. When Need of . cessor to Mr. Pittit can be elected by the council at its regular meeting March 7th. Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Bradley, of Williamsburg, were here Fri- Always helps. Buy it utall dealers. day to attend the funeral and Adv. burial of A. T. Pettit, Mrs. Pet-ti- t and Mrs. Bradley being sis- - The rural mail carriers of Hardin county have formed an orters. ganization to advance the cause Dr. King's New Discovery Soothes irritated throat and lungs, of good roads. stops chronic and hacking cough, An oil well with an initial flow relieves tickling throat tastes nice. of 400 barrels daily has nroved a Take no other, once used, always new petroleum area in the southAdv. used. Buy it at all dealers ern part of Morgan county. the The street corner about Are Vou a Cold Sufferer? Company store has recently been Take Dr. Kinu's New Dlncovery. conspicuously clear of an unde- The best Cough, Cld. Throa'. and serving class of loafers. This is Lung medicine made. Money regood for Clay City and may such funded if it fails to cure you. Do conditions continue. not hesitate take it at our risk. Ips. J. R- - tVells, gov- First dse Atter next Tuesday this "Dr. writes: Demo- Floydaila, ernment will be under though we are not King's New Discovery cured my cratic control, to expect 'oo much. The Clav terrible cough and cold. I gained City post office will not change 15 pounds." Buy it at all dealers. Adv. hands for a fVw week's yet. h- - Brooms to Make? Bring on your broom corn and let less, once hsd, nlways used. Mrs. me tie it up htn nice brooms at 11c Niagra, Mo., each and furnish everything. FacBruce Crawfoid, writes: Dr. King's New Discovery tory near Powell's Valley church. 8. R Curtis. changed our boy from a pule weak nick boy to the picture of health." Builder's Hardware, Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles, m seeds i: yJ VT IWSPEOIAL OFFER: V( yuUa A trlxl will iA ta taM Xw Bnt.ru. If Cooking or Heating Go to or Write Stoves, BUOMrS SEEDS SUCCEED! iHMllfi Uth0neUtTwtplidldiO.iM!ifatTMie. sw- -w im Tiniues to-d- ay 1 r Write f Mention this Paper. a fj jhiiUlMr wllh rot t! leMMIm t Umti Bosk, iMIIful Inl Md k. lutiMltak JSm tuMIm o um til riuu. ,u. r MriM, l SEND 10 CENTS MltMltuiBlmilTCtkliTtliiVi itH. rint iit, Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, Mm, "sw.yi Winchester, SHIPP'S QUICK-RELIE- - Ky. F LINIMENT. This is the liniment the people are talking about. For four weeks regularly usc-fKing's New Lire Pills. They stimulate the liver, improve digestion, Ti'Diove blood impurities, pimples and eruptions disappear from your body and you feel better. Begin at once, Kuv at all dealers Adv. )r is in receipt of a entitled "How to Have bulletin Good Dirt Roads." It is issued and sent out by the L. & N. Railroad. It is very instructive and its siiiTKestions worthy of a trial. The principle of construction is through thf King road drag, of which the Times has had so much both of them were at his bedside to sav in former issues at the time of his death He alRev. Chandler Marries Again. Hillikan Business Schojl, so leaves many friends and rel The Rev M. T. Chandler, of LEXINGTON, KY. to mourn his loss and deepParis, whs married there Thurs- ly sympathize with his widow day, Feb. 2flth to a Miss Howard. and children. BOOKKEEPING. SHORTHAND, The Rev, Mr Chandler whs a TYPEWRITING. Deafness Cannot be Cured former pntnr of the Methodist vhurchej in this circuit, and has by local application, as they can- This school has turned out hun been twice married, the first time not reach the diseased portion of dreds of men and women who to a Miss Mauppin, daughter of the ear. There' is only one way to are successes. Ifwillmuke Mr. and Mrs. James Mauppin of cure deafnecs, and that is by cona success of you. Deafness is stitutional remedies. this city. His first wife died caused by an imflamed condition of two years ago the mucous lining of the EustachiWrite for Catalogue. Surprise Your Friends. an Tube. When this tube is in- The Times 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 like mngic. Jailer V. T. Ballenger, Lexington, Ky. Died. For relieving aches and pains this Mr. Nick French died at his liniment beats anything I ever saw. J. home on Hatcher's Creek Feb- II. Let ton, Lexington, Ky. ruary 14th 1913). Mr. French It is the only remedy I have found tiiat has given me any relief since I was was a Confederate soldier 'and naralized four years ago Mrs. Susan had l'ved to the age of 78 years Wclborn, Newburg, Ind. to relieve any pain in If 4 mouths and 18 days' He leaves part it fails body in fifteen minutes, any ask of the a wife and two children, Mr. Jas. for your money oacK SOLD BY ALL LEADING French and Mrs. R. L. Tipton, DUUGGISTS. HARDWIflK & COMPANY. Cut Prices. We are cutting the prices on Winter Goods lo an extent that will iuterest you who are looking for the place where you can get the most for your money. flnfisassl I School for -- t J !vBjcHoi.ire A Tralatag (Will 1411 t. Ikntw. U KM Cif. UIMIM. YIM I til rMI, t fcwwti. BkIi I v kmh1 InlkUtf MMLJ Tethers An ache or pain in any nart of the body can bo relieved with Hhipp's can be taken out, and this tube re- Quick Relief Liniment; f 100 reward if it fails and the purchase price is not stored to its normal condition, hear- refunded. Try it and see. 603 At All ing will be destroyed forever; nine Druggists. cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaci s. We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafnrss (caused by catarrh that cannot be cured by Wa tell voakov. and laavbett market flamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and when it is entirely closed, Deafness is the Stop that Ache!!i result, aid unless the itufUniniation The lines that are making the heaviest cuts on are Men's, Hoys' and Youths' Clothing, in Suits, Odd Pants and Overcoats, Caps, Ladies', Misses, Men's and Boys' Men's & Boys' Hats Underwear, Sweaters, "Queen Quality" Shoes for Women, Outing Cloths, Dress Goods iu both wool and cotton, Ladies' and Misses' Neckwear. M0HEW. Ufeti If you are needing a Sewing Machine, here is your chance. "Standard" brand Drop Head Machine, regularprice, $.'15.00 for22.60; "Paragon" brand Drop Head Machine, regular price, $30 00, for 118 00. Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars free. F. J. Cheney it Co., Toledo, Oi Sold by Druggists, ?5o. Take 1U1IY. Family Pills for lOiibiijmtion. Adv. uia arc a mi or nasiHirain Jtcfwsmny bank Write for wclcly price audcudo BKTTKKfor you. racr-ehMLou-tavil- M. SASCL fc SONS A II I. MM , IMHtillU, Itfs h nHM, mwi, weeu list. IT. Hardwick & Co., Stanton. J. O. mJWK, Pw-M- cnt. Piofltt J. M 40a 140 ndj G Generally. Woodward amt pen and cost 0.01 Tho man who thinks he Is one of the cfioseh few generally turns out to Powell A T 40a 80 ndj (I The Lexington Lender lina started It. 1000, adj. W. Hi Crowe, This is the season of the yeur n Pookiovers' Contest. It is really amount penalty and interest,822.8o Potnell amt pen and cost 22 be one of the disappointed many. o for Mnple syrup hut very little more of n game thnn a contest, ns Spencer D V boun. 300 ndj Hatton, L. G., 75a 300, ad Ira Profitt amount pen and of this old time sweet is now there is no solicitation or canvassing, joins II. Townsend, unit, pen who S. lo o 51 cost produced in this county. There ami anybody living In Kentucky Prizes alty and coat, takes the Leader mny compete. Wasson Sarib 30a 30 ndj James Luther, 50 100, adj are now but very few trees, most nmoticting to 1,C00 in gold will be Paul Howell aim pen and cost 1.8 Wm. Brisco, amt. penalty and of them having died out and no who guess tho greatest Make Your Wet Land Productive. to those 5 50 cost Colored List. young ones planted to take their number of book titles represented by Bv the use of drain tile vou car. M.illins, Geo., 40 a 100 adj BurbnpeJaines 58a 100 pluce. This should not be the pictures. Following is a list of the turn that low, wet, listless, swam Wm. Baker, amount penalty udj Charley Pat ton unit pen case. A sugar camp is always a prizes: und cost 5.50 and cost 0.47 py neltl into the most productive $500 In gold. . . is no First Prize profitable investment, us it spot on your farm. Good tile, Meadows E K.'200a 400 adj v 100 in go d. Fox Alexandra 800a 000 . . Second Prize properlv placed, not only enrrics olT growth of grass. Third Prize hindrance to the 50 in go d. Wm. Craotree, amount penal. . adj T Cliauey amt. pen and surplus water, it ndolits air to tho 60 in gold. ty and cost . . ' The writer always manages to Fourth Prize 9 94 cost 13.22 soil antl makes it easy to work. 26 in gold. . . Fifth spare every young sugar maple Sixth Prize Sullivan, MarthaJ 300a 250, 25 in go d. . . Brown Joseph 25u 100 adj Prize It improves any soil. The Incieaco 25 in gd. adj. Furnace, amount penalty . . so in a few years we will have Seventh Prize Edwin Rose unit pen and lit the value of the land is many 25 in go d. . . Eighth Prize 4.88 cost and cost several hundred trees large 5.48 ttme I he cost of the tile, Tne first 100 in gold. . Ten of $10 each . 10) in gold. year's crop from tiled land pnys . Townsend, Goe.Sa 75, adj. to tap for sugar water. It Twenty of $5 each Noe Armstead 50a 100 adj . $1,000 in gold. Green Adams, amount penalty . T E East in uint pen and cost 4.85 for it. Anv hodv can dti the work is a source of much pleasure to Total prizes successfully. Write for particu 5.10 cost Taylor Abe 22a 50 adj E us as well as profit to attend a Contests of this character have prov- and lars r cHi ut oui plant. Townsend, Henry, It , 150, It Reynolds unit peuulty and en intensely popular in the larger citsugar camp. S. V. Wesson", amount ies all over tho country, as guessing adj. l o Red River Brick & Tile cost, . G. 10 Set your stakes for some defi- the titles of the hooks is great fun and penalty and cost T. O. HALL, Company, everybody a chance. The contest .White, Wm. 20a 50, ndj. Dan nite improvement on your place will run 11has Sheriff Powell iNninty. VTANTON, weeks, 77 pictures in all, Abner, amt. penalty and coBt 4.85 KENTUCKY. year. Alter the fences to and tho Leader is making a special rate Precinct No. 5. make the fields more convenient ; of $1.50 for the AfternAon and Sunday Baker, J. VV, Clay City lot remodel the inside of the barn to editions till June 1, covering the period Pennlty and of the contest, the examination of the SO, adjoining'' 1 save every step possible; fix up 5 00 answers and the awarding of the cost a sytem of waterworks that will prizes. Will be paid to any person having any Bellis. J. T., 1 Clay City lot ease the housewife's load; put Send subscriptions direct to the Lexpain or ache if Sliipp'e (iulck 3 0!) kind ofLiniment fails to give instant re150, penalty and cost Kclief another window where it. will let ington Leader, Lexington, Ky. , withlief and the purchase price is not reFlincheni,.Bid,74a 50, ndj out delay, so as to start in with the beMO FEK, In all eoantrlea the sun into the sitting-room- ; John Bingo, venaliy and cost 2.20 funded. Try il and see. 50c. At All Careats and CoDTTlihu reala- Druggists. Send Sketdi, Model or Fhoto. for change the garden patch so tliut ginning of the contest. If you want Ilatered. POUT on patentability. Patent Groves, Lou, 1 Clay City lot before subscribing more sUMK HI rtRINOfa. it will be nearer the kitchen drop a particulars to the Leader. Send S rents In stamps tor InTaloabl noolc 0 80 500, t.enalty and cost postal card on MOW TO OBTAIN ami SILL PATIMTt, Whleli ones will nar. eet n nartner. door; set. some new rose bushes patent law and other Talnable Infomiatlon. Muncy Roberty:4a 100, adj. and some early peaches and up o.5.("' McCalPs Jus.Woolery, penalty and cost D. CO. pies. Stop drifting along in the T.vle Wm 1 Clay City let MTINT LAWYERS. McCaU "good enough" way and go to 100 pen and cost 3.05 303 Seventh $t., Wathlogton, D. C. For paddling Southern AgricultuFor Women Muncy Jtsse, An 50, adj. I- Umre More Friend than any other saac Muncy, penalty and cost 4.7o rist. magazine or patterns. McCall's Mauppin Derdaricus, Clay Things are fast changing in the is the reliable Fashion Guide City lot, 150, penalty and cost 3.5!i monthly in oqe million one hundred agricultural world. A few years thousand homes. Besides showMartin J. H. 1 Cay City ago a speaker in one of Powell As Sheriff of Powell County, I ing all the latest designs of McCaU . 1. rt ;. ,'ufa 4 15 lot 100. penalty abd cost Patterns, each issue is brimful of twnUtJ loPleite county's Furmers' Institutes said will on Monday the 3rd day of Von P.Fnllno'9 Plo. I 'it.. sparkling; sho: t stories and helpful ".r.,0 .jt i.nti rtbotj'.dtefct the lime might, be needed on some marc.., JUio, .4 .1... u,c information for women. ' U ..J ot8 yoo penalty arid W"V "l '4 08 V mperIornierltsif Our cot Nortnern Grown beeu. Sto Monr and Kp in StrU byCosts land, but in applying it the Door in Stanton, Powell County, lor McCall's Magasineatonce. Rucher A., 3 town lots 150 SPECIAL OFFER year. Including any one of only 50 cents farmer was as apt to get too Kentucky, between the hours of 10 penalty and cost FOR 10 CENTS 4.08 the celebrated McCall Patterns free. rrr will send Tmatpald onr much as enough or not quite o'clock a. m and 4 o'clock p m., McCall Pattern Lead all others In style, FAMritiR c.nu rcTinN Stokley Elijah Clay City lit. simplicity, economy and number sold.. 1 pat.tOBayTit so he advised against, the sell to the highest and best bidder kits 200 ponulty aud cost More dealers sell McCall Patterns than any , 1 G.27 . . ISt rrlin.i RvdUk other two makes combined. None higher Ihaif tlc,blMmlirMn I'alihnce . . , . . tr use of it. Agricultural writers for cash in hand the following de1S t akv. Early llarktt UUea cents. Buy Iroro your dealer, or by mail train, Tipton J. W.ifBowen lot . . talf. rallerUa . lot . .lhlSTirltklClulMlarM.li tu now claim we cannot grow clov- scribed property, or so much there- 400 penal, ami cWf? 9:84 McC ALL'S MAGAZINE l.00 p1 cents ta write todyt Fct lp par plv er, alfalfa, peas, beans, corn or of, as may be necessary to satisfy W. 37th St, New York City 6 Walters Jas SOuO pena). parkiDt a4 rccir thealMive "l'aoioa TollMlion gtkr with jr Nf w nl In.trurtlra Ujrd.n 4.4.u any other crop well without lime. the taxes due thereon, for the year urd cost 8KKI) C. A OBKAT MOltTlIKHN 1363 Uoso Ht. Itorkfnril, Illluu.. The New Era Farmer believes 1012. Sale to cover penalty, interPrecinct'No. 0. lime, has a great value in it for est and cot Barnett Wm oailiO ndj IJ S Burgher-penal2 31 nndicost the soil and advises its appliPrecinct No. 1. OVER BE YEARS' Howell GardnerfTOu 140 cation . vaassssssssssssssxew EXPERIENCE 3 3.i Furnace pen. and "cost Adams, Alvin, U. Land, 8100.000 R OA lITAIj BTOOK, How many farmer readers have A int. 8100, adjoins unit., penHood Geo 25a 160 adj SUlil'lUS A.N! UX- left valuable pieces of machinery ally und cost, G 27 8 pen and cost. 0.12 uivinrcu ikokith. 200.000 , out. to take the weather over the Berry John, and Letcher Kincaid J. S. GQa, 150 adj winter? Front what wo can see 125 a anit. 500, ndj Sum Grant Baker pen. and .oit 0.12 a good many of them have. This Fly no, unit, penalty and cost, 12.03 Trade Marks Puckett J H Boun; HK) adj Til K DestaNS llrown. .lames, It, land, 104, Tom Curtis pen und cost should not be. No funning uten5.47 iWlNCIIKSTRR BANK.S Copvriohts 4c. Anyon sanding a sketch and desert niton may ndj. Sunt Garrett, uint. penal5 sils should be bought until a quickly ascertain our opinion free whoilicr au Tipton M K 30a 100 adj B S UV WlNCIIMTKK. KV. Intention it probably patentable. Coniniunlrn. 5.54 OoiuttrlctWoonadentlal. rlANDBOQK on Paleiiw Burgher pen and cott 2.82 pluce to house them has been ty and cost, s tent free. Oldest aenoy for aauurlnir puteiila. fiO.i 150, adj Kvermnn Sarah, 1'ntwiU taken tbroueli Munii A Co. nicely provided. N'.IIoj.l.V WlTIIBHHI'OON, I'HKH, ? It is cheaper to cit S. Auldredge, amt penalty unit Precinct:No. 7. down a tiee, make boards, and COat. Ashley John 400a 400 adj W. U. Kl'IIAK. CAHUIKK. 0 o 85 Scientific Nick Rogers pen and cost 11.87 cover a shed to protect whit im-o Tamest elr. A handsomely lllnstrated weekly. Kvermnn Piclinrd .10u 100 adj ctitallon o( any cleJitlUo Journal. 1 emu, tz year: f our moaius, f L ttolduyaJI newsueautrs. plements we have than it is to JoTaylor, unit penalty and cost 'l.Si Ashley Mary IBu 50 tidj VOlfU ACCOtTNTH SOMOITGU John Ashley pci and cost 2.20 buy now ones every few years Hcnsley Fulton, Klju 104 adj Tom Uaker, amt penalty audcost f 54 Brewer Jetty 100a 100 adj they have rusted and rotted KingWiliaui, 100a, 120. adj bam JWclvuubb pen, and cost 3.S'.i out for t lie want of the proper SttowCrk. Hint penult) and cod ." 01) Jtoyd Sarah N. Boun. 400.1 400 adj .lolinuthuiijBoyt1 pen. No. 2. Preciixt Speakers are out in some 0.81 , ai.l cost Adams, Gn en, Jr., 1 town lot of hu Stitte tiyiui: to teach Knox Carl 80a 300 adj Sid 2 1.1 our furincis how to grow' corn. 100 adj. Knox pen and cost S.ll Anderson, Geo., 15 e, 40, adj In many instances these speakers Means Cleveland 2a 125 Read .what Cardui did for Miss Myria Engler, of Bill l.uiiib, anit poind and ciit 4.JS do not look to ur like they ever udj pen and cost 5.80 Faribault, Minn. She says: "Let me tell you how much U.iotb Henry 25tt 00. adj Sum hoed a hill of corn in their liver. ISrum'eiihurg, Townsend Mursh'ull.lOOa 100 good Cardui has done me. As a young girl, I always had unit. penally und They are fulfilling their mission cost, o )() adj Bill Townsend;;pen und to suffer so much with all kind of pain. Sometimes, I was t 5.47 cost however drawini: hit: salaries. Coiih F G, :10a .M0, ndj Jus. so weak that I could hardly stand im my feet. I got a Townsend Wm Sr,2()0a 200 Utile, nun penally und e.int 10.80 bottle of Cardui, at the drug store, and as soon as I had adj Wm Mays penand cost 0.82 I.uet week was u L'ood time to Diitniwaj Willis, It. lam), 200 taken a few doses,, I began to feel better. They make ndj. IiillNcal, allium, t, penalty winter oats. i'reclnctNo. H. Today, 1 feel as welt as anyone can." lr;iw and outs lift than und cot, mote Sid 100a 1.00 adj Crit 0.S2 Knox, amt. penaltyand cost 5.47 fprjii'.'. noil sin m (1 be nunc exHolder Chin ley, 2."m,.ri0, dj Hall W S, 30a 80, adj unit, penal, and cost j.'JO tensively miwii. This latitude is K Hall, amt. penalty andiost 5. 22 Powell Mnry A, .Mu 400, adj. a liille ii.i. fur north to sow them IUI1 R. G, B lOO'adjniuliii; the full, but they do well miwii J. Hodge, unit, penal, umicori 2 in 5. 17 unit, peiiulty and, cost this curly in the spring. Pteeinct No. .'I. Knox O A, 40a vjW,:.adJ Sid Are you a woman ? Then you are subject to a large con t 4.C8 Friend, uuii", penal Miller. S J, 20!l.i 800, adj Itch How i. uiiir winter wheat mid number of troubles and irregularities, peculiar to women, Uuy. iiiooiml penalty uml cost 1,1 I Meadows, A J. 50450 dj. V i voer.. We fear ton many of which, in time, often lead to more serious trouble. Wm. A'eadows, uiuiiMSt penal-tSpencer, Jasper Jill :)() ndj A tonic is needed to help you over the hard places, to i;ir reuiit rs h iven't got tiny Mich G. S. Spurlock, amount pemib Y'" 4 85 and w ' a 74 !TUK. relieve weakness, headache, and other unnecessary pains, ly and cost Meadows )'m, 30.130 ndj Fred Kinser, mouRt4i' cnahy the signs of weak nerves and 5.72 and cost For a tonic, takp Cardui, the woman's tonic. Meadows L(J, Guardian ,r3u You wilt never renret It, for It will .certainly help you. WEST MAUET rMCE 00 udj J B Rogers a'mt ptnnl gm rH uw run Ask your druggist about it. He knows. He sells it ' S.HI t.v and vwt Wrllt to: UikV Advisory t pt. Outlaaeagj Medicine Co , Chaltanoot o. Tetut.. WWOaambslox WciUfU dj Puttoii Vhm J fita; book, lioate Treatment lor Wsn." nut Ikc. lf& for Social lutrucliaru, aud pciucncotlaolsjttiaajj U in Baker, aiuoiiwtjVnalty f t';' Zm'UW,v,, fiQT!iuat-:rtc:37 r. tu . KTEiLO. NJ3W ERA FARMER Prizes o! $1,000.00 In dold. PrecihcNo. 4. Consolidated Casualty Co., Farm Drain Tile -- $ 00 Reward! ID' I CMt How-t- Sheriff's Sale TAXES. -- and Magazine Patterns SWIFT k 1 r.... I - . .- I Arrw-b.- 236-24- 10 CluM ffkt), tCtJKMt. , a-l- j Dal-ton- mKIF' 5 flmcrkan. l be-cau- sec-tio- Young Women - '"' I Dil-lar- d Cardui YomanSTonic over-wor- k. y I DDK AND HIDES oi