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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): April 17, 1913 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1913 cla1913041701_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.): April 17, 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 OLAY ICITY TIMES. si. oo VOL. a Year In Advan. We arc here to help Clay CitWtlic Snrroanding Country aaJ Ourselves. .1. E. liunjher, Publisher. iVIU. the tiniaidledawuv nnr, CIjA'Y CITY, Sets us Right with Compliments. KyJHURSDAY, APUIh Ortedal. 17, "j9!3. NO. JO Idled Time and Roads. If lV one-hal- f o those-wh- or should ho, interested in good roads in Pow-el- l county wcro spent on the roads of the county, in a very short time jrc would have the hest roads of any county in the iState. We are persuaded then that the lack of good roads is largely due to down right onery-iiesg lazinesj, stinginess, and afraid of doing something for the county without getting pay twice or three tunes for what wo Let's pull away actually do. such selfish and narrow-minde- d from ideas and this Spring organize Good Roads Associations in the county and put our roads in good condition regardless of pay from the county. The roads d what we are worth to U6 may ever do to them in work. If the other fellow will not help us, let him go. He will finally get of using the good roads you have made, and come around later and help build them. We must have good roads and will have good roads. The question is, will Powell county take the lead, or will it fall in the rear of other counties? We should try to be leaders rather than followers. s, he-Jn- miles long. The truth is that Senator Thomas vigorously opposed that bill which would have passed but for his opposition. Winchester Editor J. E. Burgher, who pub Hsties a splendid little paper at Clay City and who generally gets things right and is fair to every body does Claude M. Thomas, of runs, an injustice in the last issue of the Clay City Times. In referring to Congressman Stanley's charges acainst Senator Thomas, Mr. Burgher states that Senator was the champion before the last Legislature of a bill fathered by the L. & N. railroad which would permit a railroad compamy to buy a competing line that is not more than 100 ten-fol- A Western Booster. A special edition of the Two Buttes, Colo., Sentinel has reached our table. Two Buttes is in the irrigated section of the State, and the facts given and, illustrations shown- in Jhis paper, indicate a healtbful'an3Vr8PBf'u"B' section of the great state of Colorado. Two Buttes is the home of our old schoolmate and cousin, N. B. Curtis, who has made a success in his western home. - bun. Thanks, Bro. Uobbins. The most particular of us all will sometimes get mistaken. We got Representative Clay ol Bour bon, and Senator Thomas, of Bourbon mixed, and did do Sen ator Thomas,- - of Bourbon an in justice. It was Representative Clay of Bourbon that introduced a bill to call a vote to change the constitution so that one railroad might buy out its competitor less than 100 miles in icngth and being altogether in the state. We are only too anxious to make this correction, for as Bro Robbins says, wo do aim to tell the facts and be fair. This little incident has only served to make us the friend of Senator Thomas, and to convince us that the L. & N. is not controlling Governor Beckham's political maneuvers, if he is their attorney. tions shoulcfjjCmade. Many cljBen living in the rural districXjfhave experienced the disadvaojgfces or roads made impassablewrough a lack of proper mainjhjance and it is expected thqVaPMr interest in the competitirnMwil! stimulate greater iqjVeiMamong the parents. Bad rsafs have prevented many childfeBl'rom obtaining a itilC proper educatif uuu inive even SI preventec aoflwu rs from reaching Datienta in time the side of r v 1 1 1 A gold medaLto the school boy it or girl betweai) the ages of 10 and 15 who writes the best 00m. nasitton. no :?to exceed 800 worns, on mey pair and muinte- nanco of ear; roads, is to be an Waller Pace, awarded by Tublic Roads, Director, OftHB-bDepartment of United n, Agriculturej-wkshiudtoD. O. composif&tis must be subAll mitted to MrfPi?0 before May 15, 1018, andajho medal will be awarded agY&lsh thereafter as the composimMfl can be graded. The composnmn may be based on knowledgenained from books or other souks but no quotaf STANTON NEWS. Mr. J. D. Atkinson was in ington on business Tuesday. Court-house Lex- The has a new roof. is a gravel roof and by the looks of it it ought to wear forever. It Statf Henry Miller, of Ilatton Creek, is very low wiih the measles, and is having hemorrhages. Dr. Lemming is waiting on him. We were indeed glnd to see Mor- to save (iieir.Hce s. ace. as in btanton wouuuy.y7. Mr. GecUlfeiflji is L"ee vituis.ataBls J.JH.-Tipiim- place! countyt WvsLyle d The Clay City National Bunk is on hand with another one of their fine reports in this issue. If all For Sale Four-roocottage and three lots business in this town was up to the in western portion of city. Apply Ideal of progress ha is our bunk, it would certainly be u model. to T. B. Ballard, Cluy Citv, Ky. I Do You Want to Save Money? II That's our Business Making a little Money by Saving our Customers a Whole Lot of Money. You would hardly believe i 1 attended court in Irvine Monday. Miss Lizzie Tipton was the guest of Miss Nannie Gilly Sunday. Mrs. Lula Hamilton, of I'ryse, visited relatives at this place last week. Miss Marie Lyle, of Stanton, will visit her cousin, Mrs. W. II. Miller this week. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Newkirk, Sr., spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Owen Puckett. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Newkirk, Jr., visited relatives in Stanton Saturday and Sunday. SPOUT SPRING. Mr. and Mra. Moses McKinney it if some one should tell you that we are selling the Best Flour but that's what we are doing. We are telling you this ourselves that you may know it is true, and not a hearsay. We are also selling Simpson Best Calicos ut Ojc per yard, and Muskogee Ginghams at 10c per yard. We handle the celebrated Vogel Brand Shoes at prices 'ranging from 05o per pair to $4.00 per for $3.0O per CWt., pair. vine over Sunday. Miss Leila Christopher has returned from u visit to relatives iu Clark county. Mrs. Asa Snowden who has been in declining health for some time seems to gradually grow worse. S. G. Baker, the hustling tiin her man of Clay City, will put a saw mill into the timber job he bought some time ngo. Curtis Richardson, of Waco, Madison county, and Mrs. Eliza Stone were married Thursday afternoon at the home of the bride, the Rev. Judge L. F. Mann, of day City officiating. The writ er joins n host of freinds 111 ex- visited the latter's parents at Ir- It will certainly pay you to come to this store, is to and make your purchases as it is easier to go a little further to buy your supplies than it prices of other merchants. work mid get money to puy the old line high tending congratulations. Curtis Bowman lost a. valuable heifer last week in a peculiar manner. Her left hind leg and hip swelled up most tight enough to hurst before she died. A dis section of the carcass showed these parts all blood.shotten as if though the brute had been beaten to jelly.' No cause tor the trouble can be conjectured. gan Lyle at his place in the store again. He was very sick a few A death of unusual sadness came days with acute stomach trouble. into our midst Sunday morning and A. T. Stewart visited in took little Prewitt Klackburn away and culled on many of his old from the home of Mr. and Mrs. friends recently. He had the pleas- Fred Blackburn. So bright and ure os hearing his brother who is winsome that it had won the afa noted Baptist preacher preach fection of all Stanton and with so Sunday. much to hold him to his parents Prof J C. Ilanley is having his we had to give him up. Spinal house painted which adds much to meningitis, so fatal to children and the place, and reminds me that the from whom the doctors were powwriter must scrupe up some money erless to combat took the little felfrom somewhere to paint his. Tt low, and he was the only child. Services were held at the home ly sadly needs it. Rev. Ueo. Holder, of Lexington. The writer sincerely regrets to The tlowers taht heaprd the casthinkthat anyone would think that ket were very beautiful. It is a he would slander our school. He mvstery at times to know God. The is a loyal friend to it and moved to only child is taken when it was Stanton for it alone. The school loved and needed so much while in has a splendid corps of teachers, as other homes the children are treated so cruelly and not appreciated; fine as we could ask for. They are some are taken when budding into all true steel. My stitement wax life's great work and others idle misconstrued for which I deeply precious years; some are taken who are so noble and strong and regret; the world needs such while others Mr, John Jackson and wife have make the world hideous with their, sold their horn at? whe.ro? they Hve'.to Tottchr Hvesndharaetere." But' Mr. Tilford Abner and will give such hWbeen'from possession the first of May when Loretta Norton is still very low the Abner's will move to Stanton. with tuberculosis trouble. It seems We welcome them back again and that the fairest must leave us when we are glad that we are not to lose life looks so enjoyable and they long to live. Like beautiful rosethe Jack6ons as they will move to buds that are picked before they their place near the Christian blossom so arc our loved ones chosen while they are so young but the church. new home fa frugrunced and beauMax Holder and his wife have tified by their uresence. How much certainly had a hard time these better it would have been had some Max has been old, hardened sinner who nener past few weeks. down with measles nearly a month. would n pent had died when they inHe ventured out too soon and they were once pure and innocent stead of cursing the world with went in on him. His wife was very their ungodly lives As one looks sick with them for several days but back ovttf the years they have lived now is able to be about. Their their path is streaked with profantwelve yeur old hoy is dangerously ity, debauchery, crime, ruination. world better sick now though at this writing is They never' made the for their living in it. Their sons a little better. They lost their ba- mil daughters cannot point to a Huttie Hattrn is noble heritage left them bv their by lust Fiiday. Other young men point staying with them and her baby is father taking the measles also. They huve to them as the cause of their downThe world sighs with relief all been compelled to live in one fall when they are gone and soon they room which makes it hard on those are forgotten by the community. who are sick. Tho greatest monument over erected by m.m Is that one which is Mr. D. R. Clark has nuulo a built rut of a noble life, to live in great improvement to his place by the hearts and memory of the peoputting up a woven wire fence ple long after one has left this the front roadway. It udds old world of ours grently to the looks as well as to the value of the place. Some more places that we know of might ho improved in the same way, Mr. Jesse Crow Iiub added greatly to his place by removing the rubbish where th lire burned down his store and has fenced the lot and plowed over the ruins. Sonn the fruit of the ground will cover up the last trace of destruction. We notice many people the6e last few luya cleaning their yards, looking after their (lowers und getting ready for spring. Let us all do likewise. More-head have false statements made and accredited, to incur enmity, to be accused of referring to this one or that one, in fact to expect moat anything when I commenced writing Stanton news. I always speak what 1 th'nk if it in the truth and if it hiirts then it must hurt; speak plain never beating around the bush; while I want friends yet if tl'e. whole county is against me I will take my stand againt-- liu sweuring, vote selling, illegal carrying of liquor and such like. 1 t Tho writer has alwAjs had sym-path- y Lowe & Crowe, Rosslyn, Ky. Timothy Hay for the editor of a newspa-Clean and nice delivered any whure or, He expects the hatred of the in Clay City at CO cts per bale. aw breakers and to incur enmity Cow pea hay at the eame price. J. when he takes a stand for tho right. I expected to be to E. Burgher. mis-quote- firs. J. W. Williams. J THE TIMES. l'l'IILlSIIIil' VKItV THUltSDAV. Subscription rates 81 a year or three years in iidvanee $'1. J- E. Utirrjhcr. Publisher. heeond-clns- Kntered as s mail matter. Thursday, --- April 17, 191.') CLUB KATES. For the convenience of our sub seribers, we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices oelow mentioned : The Times and Courier-Journ- al " Louisville Herald ' " Cincinnati Enquirer Home and Farm tl.00 1. 10 90 75 " Ifhmd Farmer ',' " 'American Farmpr Southern Agriculturist ANNOUNCEMENTS. l.W 90 75 . Wc 'Atkinson as candidate for County of Powell comity, subject to the notion of the Democratic primary election in August. For Assessor. We arc authorized to announce S. Master as candidate for Assessor Powell counts, subject to the action the Democratic primary election August. For Jailer. A. of of in For County Attorney. are authorized to nnnntince O.O. ey ers There is at least one honest the Lumber Trust, and the Beef Trust, will condemn the new western editor. Generally when Tanir Bill as class legislation a paper gets out a booster edi llieywerc never heard to com- tion to send back east to lure plain however, of class legislation people to their often, worthless territory, thev will say thoir when it hit the other fellow. country is the most healthful the Tl o masses of the people pro din e the wealth, and by legislut most prosperous and a place ive advantage a few get posses where every body can be happy. sion of it, and now these few ob The wind blowsv. just rigl.t, the jeet to the transfer to wealth of rain always comes at the right even the amount of .taxtion de time, the sun shines when it rived from the tarill'ou woolen?, needs t o, the schools, churches, cottons, sugar, meat and lumber, and morals of the people are not which are but a few of several so good any where else. All in thousand items on which the all, their's is the best country ever made. . masses are now paying a tax. But with.this lionest Colorado It seems that Mr. Cantrill would editor after telling, doubtlessly, hardly have the allrontiveness to the truth about what is true of his charge that Editor Breckinridge county and town1, he concludes: of the Lexington Herald, and ap "We do not say that every tme illicant for the Seventh District an make it here., Sonie have Collectorship, was no Democrat failed here. Investigate in the in the face ofhis own tainted po right way, tindr'forjoursei. Do Beck-hulitical record toward Mr. u.. :.. .J. i71 i! f.Ti'i. inn in the latter's race for U. S. .... ue in iuu njucn,u,asie. ' iu oreuit ), r ' Senator before the Legislature u up yuur noine.. vome uere jo. s,ee, for it is ff fmBoriinoVa''",'to few years ago. In our judgment change oc, fiprt" Sir. Cantrill is a whiskey man as is Senatar James, and they will When you s'eea'ytm'tn'fhat. will supoort no temperance man tor do any sor.t ofjwnrfe no,, matter office against a whiskey man, and how menial it iriny.Jbe, rather . this alone is the reason why they than be idle, you may make tip are trying to move all the pow your mind that he will amount . I C 1 We are showing an Elegant Line of PALL AND WINTER GOODS Including . - Cloaks and Wraps for Women and Children Ladies' Suits, Millinery, ancl etc. MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING to fit you and your pocketbook. When you want any kind of Merchandise,-thin- of SHIMFESSEL'S and give us the opportunity to please you as we have been doing for so many years pas! with satisfaction both to you and ourselves. that be to prevent. Mr. Breck We are authorized to announce Jesse (Jrow as candidate for Jailer of Powell county, subject to the action of the primary election in August. Throtidi the ratification of the cliaiiiie in the constitution where, by all future U. S. Senators will be elected by popular vote, there deferring the Senatorial priin Kentucky until next year, it is now claimed that Gov- ernor McOreary will try to get Ins fences fixed to enter the riuj next year. It is'further proba hie that the Governor, being the sly old foxy politician that he is looked forward to this happening and t litis delayed his announce nient, Knowing, s he did. that bv mary inridge from getting the place he who would starye.before he would Ben Marshall did not do anything beneath what he seeks. support the recularly nominated considers his dignity, is not made Democratic ticket in Frankfort ot the right Kind ot stult to cut two years ago, and this fact was much of a figure in this world known to Senator James when he All honest toll is honorable. indorsed Mr. Marshall. Why was There is nothing so morally de Mr. Marshall indorsed if it were grading as that aversion to mannot because he was a whiskey ual labor, which is usually a man? And why is Mr. Marshall combination of laziness and con51 ceit. considered not a Democrat as Catarrh Cannot; be Cured they consider Mr. Breckinridge? with Local Applications, 'as they They have better grounds to so judge. It must be James and cannot reach the seat of the disCantrillj like Mars Henri of old, ease. Catarrh isVabood believe no man can be a prohibition and Democrat. The Fluty case which has oc- to something;.,, TIjt young man Everything to Please the Customer Figures That Talk Farmers, Merchants, Timbermen, and all those who want a place orsafety for their money: This is (twelvo months hence would be u more appropriate tune to make the announcement than now. By that time the dear Govern-."o- r ,. may haye the heels of Govern- .or Beckham, however improba me ir may seem, as sixteen 'months can bring about a won derful change. It js safe to sav that if the primary could come oil this fall, as first intended. mat uovernor Beckham could neat uwsiey Stanley and Mars leoiiis single or double handed. He could also beat any other man that might oiler hands down fill mo nt limes does not expect . i .. 1. viuui xti'oiwium's popularity to wane any in the future, as it has not boen in the habit of declin nig but rather gaining ever since his moral and financial worth to the State hut been so certainly Gov-......- .. cupied the time of the Circuit Court for two days presents a picture of an unlettered seventeen year old boy, a country dance, a quart of whiskey illegally sold, a deadly pistol carried in violation of luw, a quarrel, a fatal shot, a dead father, a widowed mother, fatherless children, a grieved community. What a truvesty on our civilization The defeudeut showed on the witness stand that he has a good mind, but admitted that he has no education, can neither read nor write. Plow many bright seventeen year old boys are there, in this time of fine schools, in Clark and Estill county, who cannot read? Winchester Sun, ! disease, and in order to cure it you must' take internal rem edies. Hall's Catarrh Cure is internally, and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces Hull'- - 'ttturrh Cure is not a quack medicine. It was" prescii lied by ne of the bese physicians in jthio country for years land 'is a regular prescription. It ii composed of the I test tonics known combined with the best blood purifiers, acting directly on the mucous surfaces. The perfect combination of the two in gredients is what produces such wonderful results.' in curing Ca- tarrh. Send fur testimonials free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Props, Toledo, 0. Sold by "Druggists, price ?5c. Take Hall's Family Pills foi constipation. dv. tu-ke- n a National Bank, established in 1 889 and has been doing business continuously since that time. It is as safe as any bank regardless of size or location; see our statement. We have $25,000.00 invested in United States Government Bonds; Bonds on Railroads, besides over $25,000.00 $60,000.00 invested m First Mortgage of loans to our customers, very dollar of which is perfectly safe. cure in its g. Send us your deposits and feel se- - Clay City National Bank, CLAY CITY, KENTUCKY. Commissioner's Sale. established. The Democratic Tniill' Bill, now pending in Congress propos- es to take some of the tax oil' of such articles as woolens, col tons, .nuniw, iin'iii aim in inner, and to make up for the loss of revenue by taxing the incomes of the fort Hupp. .mi t.. .....1 aiiuost ii per iiiAuii cent., whiiu men like John D. Rockefeller having an anntiul in. winie of .t'50,000,000 a year have not been required to pay u single penny ot taxation to the Nation, al Government on their swollen I wealthy. Under the Ia. ncAhlrieh Law the hats, coats and shirts of the II II net imiooup I . Sugar Trust, the Woolen Trust, It goes without saying that the Powell Circuit Court. But few people havo yet been Frank Croivo, Admr., Ac,, Plaintiffs, elected to office but what seem versus Defendants. to think the public treasury is Minnie- Patlon, cfcc, Notice of Sale In Kpuity. u fountain of aid for them J Hy virtue of a Judgment their friends. What we need is saie oi me i'oweJi Circuit anil order of Court, rena so' of men in office that will do dered at the Mar. term, 1013, there-o- f in the above cause, the underbusiness for the town, city, coun signed will on the 6th day of May, 11113, ty, statu and government as if at 1 o'clock p.m., or thereubout, (being Court Day,)! to they were doing business for oiler for sulo willasCom'r., proceedthe at Publlo Auction to Highest bidder, on a credit of six themselves and get the greatest months, nt possible value for every dollar oianion, Ky., the Court House door,' tno property mentioned spent. 1 hen and not until then in the judgment, t: will such bodies be out of debt Situated on the waters of Peck creek, and able to have things that the Powell county, Ky., and bounded by lands of Andy Mcintosh, Vivlon Kirk. people are so badly in need of. .1. T. Martin, Weeden Tipton, Otpi Only li)l,f(0, persuus have ap Prcuittand Margaret Kirk, ami about 100 ; plied for the 10,881 jobs in the thereof to produce acres .orgosujll.ci.ent ordered $ , gift of the now administration. to be made. The 1'20,000 that cannot be ac Tho purchaser will be .remilrvil to commodated will be able to work kIvo bond, with annroved security, for the payment of the purcliuso money, to oil" their enthusiusm later by have the foreu and effect of a Replevin liuiul. taking examinations fur the elns uay or nearlnc leiral interoet from the tale, according to law. sifted service. I lildders will bo prepared to comply ( with thesu ternu. A llun will liit ri. Kxperieuco is the greatest tallied on the property sold till all the . I purphape money is paid. scuooi oi learning ami t lie more Itoud payable to Commissioner. it costs us the more valuable it HOMULUS JACKSON, is. Mutter Commissioner Powell U. C, to-wicon-tabli1 Capital Stock, Surplus and Profits, Shareholders' Liability, --- $25,000.00 $6,000.00 $25,000.00 USE I1V1 u if MILLS ITTjOTJ l Good Bread and Butter is the backbone of the nation and makes tho best food for children us well us for their parents. Fur the uhildreu'rt lunch basket as well as that of tho mechanic, there Ik nothing more palatuble than the ini light, white delicious and nutritious bread niudo from the Pearl Hour. COPVRWMT Made by J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, Ky. Killer M. '. Lowry will preach; Drive Sick Headaches Away T The trial of Leonard Fluty at ul the Christian church in this Kick headache, sour gassy stoni-eit- Winchester last week for the nu Mic foil rlli Sunday and nch, indigestion, biliousness dls.iti. killing of T. I). Berryman in Trees! Trees! Trees! Siimluy niiiht in this month. pear quickly after yon take Dr. January resulted in a hung jury. A II()MK,MAI)K I'APKU. King's New Life Pills. They pu j I .owe and Crowe, lending nier rify the blood and Fruit and put new life and flillikan Business 5chojl, chants of Uosslyu, have contract vigor in the system Try LOXINUTON, KY. THURSDAY, AI'HILir, HUH .ed with . the Times for ad space and you will be well satisfied.them . Ev Strawberries, Shrubs, Hedging, Asfiieir aiivertiseinent uppciirinu in ery pill helps; every box guaranparagus, Rhubarb, (Jrapes, Rosthis .'mm. This firm has learner teed. Frice 25c. Recommended BOUKKEEPINO, SHORTHAND, es, I'ennles, Phlox, etc. LOCAL- - BREVITIES. TYPEWRITING. the successful route to business of by all dealers. Adv. prolit the advertising route Everything for Orchard, Lawn andOarden. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tipton, of Miss Beth Eastiti, of Indian This school has turned out hunNO AGENTS FREE CATALOG 'Cincinnati, Ohio, are with the Lost Sometime ago on streets Fields, has just, returned home dreds of men and women who of Clay City, one plain gold brace from a most delightful visit with liitter'a parents. are successes. It will make let, with slight carving on face her uncle, Jesse Derickson, and H.F. Hillenmeyer&Sons a success of you. Mr. nnd Mrs. I. N. l'uckett, of milder please return to Mips Ad friends nearStanton. Lexington, Ky. Winchester, visited relafivesiu aline Hazelrigg, Clay Oity, Ky. Write for Catalogue. the city the last of the week. Mrs. Maggie Patton and Miss Hon. Green Garrett is in New Hoyt Patton, of Cincinnati, who Judge Mann will occupy the have been visiting J. T. Potts pulpit Hi the Methodist church York, where ho has gone for business trip in the interests of since Easter Sunday returned .Sunday morning and at night. the Broadhead-Garret- t Lumber home Sunday afternoon. Dr. Martin reports the birth, of Company. This company recent Burns, Bruises and Sores twins to Mr. and Mn. Bill Brush, ly purchesed one of the most val in of boy and uable, as well as the largest The quickest and surest cure Thursday, April 10th, girl. tracts of timber in eastern Ken for burns, cruises, boils, sores, and' all skin diseases is Democrat. After about ten days seclusion Uucklen's Arnica Salve. In four the sun emitted from the clouds The Intern il Revenue Collect days it cured L. H. Haflin, of Ireyesterday morning and indicarace is growiim very strong dell, Tex., oVa. .aore on his ankle tions are now that we may have or's between Desha Breckinridge of which pained him so he could some growing weather. the Le.xinston Herald and Ben hardly waif. Should be in every Mantles, Tiles, Dr. 0. B. Dickson, of Ashland, Marshall, of 1'Tankfort. Senator house. Only 25c. Recommended Ky., will be at the Ked River James has indorsed Marshall 'and by all dealer. Adv be Beckham has in- Hotel from Saturdny, April 19th Senator-tMarried at Winchester. to Tuesday, April 22nd, for the uorseo. mecKinnuge. it seems Mr. Curtis Kincaid, of Powell to be that the whiskey men are practice of dentistry. for Marshall, while Mie temper county, and Miss. Fannie Rey James G. Easter, of MeRob ance clement are for Breckin nolds, of this city, were married to or erts, Ky., is spending a few days ridge. in the County Ulerk's ollice late with relatives in the city. Jim Monday afternoon by County is looking hale and hearty and Pains In the Stomach Judge J. H. Evans. Hays he hasn't gone Republican If you continually complain of Miss Reynolds is a daughter of yet. prims in the stomach, your liv.r or Mr. David Lee Reyonlds, of this The Estill Herald which has your kidney 8 ure out of order, city. Winchester Sun. been dead for the past few Neglect may lead to dropsy, kid Cor. Main and months is to bo revived. E. E. ney trouble, diabetes or brights Coughs and Consumption Smith, of Owenton Ky., has disease. Thousands rocommend E Coughs and cold, when neglect leased the plant and will, in a short time, bo issuing the Her. lectnc Bitters as the very best ed, always lead to serious trouble aid again. Mr. Smith is a Dem-cra- t stomach and kidney medicine of the lungs. The wisest thing to but the paper will be con- made. H. T. Alston, of Raleigh, do when you have a cold that ducted as an independent sheet. N. C, who sull'ered with pain in troubles you is to set a bottle of Dr. King's You and J 0. Fitch, for several years the stomach were back, writes : will get reliefNew fjora the. first dose, My kidneys deranged and chief Clerk of General Manager W. A. McDowell, of the Lexing- my liver did not work right Isuf and finally the cough will disap ton & Eastern Railroad, has heen fered much, lint Electric Bitters pear 0. H. Brown, of Muscad.'ne, transferred to Jackson, where he was recommended and I improved Ala , writes: My wife was down will be Secretary of the f:oin the first dose. I now feel like in oea with an obstinate cough, Union Company. Mr. Fitch was station agent here for sever- a new man." It will imrnve you, and I honestly believe bad it not y al years and married Miss Carrie too. Onlv nOc and 81 III). Recom been for Dr. King's New Discovery Eaton of this city. mended bv nil dealers. Adv. she whuld not be livinir today." e Known for years as the best remedy for coughs and colds. Price 50c and $1.00. Recommend m ed by all dealers. Adv. THE TIMES. y j , Ornamental I When Need tucky.-Vuiches- ter Builder's Hardware, Cabinet Grates, o Cooking or Heating Stoves, Go Write Grubbs & Benton, Broadway, Winchester, - Ky. Ken-tuck- y HAKDWKTK forty-thre- & COMPANY. Come to Our Store And let us show you what a nice line of goods we carry. See us for your shoe wants. Mrs. J. W Williams. Commissioner's Sale. Powell Circuit Court. Geo. Lyle, Jr., Ac., Plaintiff, versus Abe Lnmfrum, Defendant. Notice of Sale in Equity. By virtue of a judgment nnd order of sale of the Powell Circuit Court, rendered nt the Nov. Term, 1012, thereof in the ubove cause, tho under signed will on the 5tli day of May, 1013. nt 1 o'clock p. m or thereabout, (being Court Dny,) I will asCom'r., proceed to offer for sale at Public Auction to the highest bidder, on a credit of six-months, at the Court Ilouso door Stanton, Ky., the property mentioned in the judgment,- Situated in Powell county, Ky., nnd adjoining Preston Johnson, T. G. Wat-soand bounded on tho South by the road loading from tho Furnace to Stanton, containing nbout 1 ncres ; or suf ficient thereof to produce $l2-i- r, so oidered to be made. Tho purchaser will bo required to' give bond, with approved security, for. tho payment of the purchase money, to have tho force and effect of a Replevin Bond, bearing legal inteiest from the day of sale, according to law. Bidders will be prepared to comply with these terms. A lien will tie re.-- 1 tallied on the property sold till all the j purchase money Is paid. Bond payablo to Commissioner, to-w- it: n, ! Our stock of Dry Goods, Notion-- , id Groceries, Hardware, Clothing, Shoes an J etc. replete with Prices. We are cutting the prices on Winter GooiIr to an extent that will iuterest you who arolookihg for the place where you can get tho most for your money. Variety, Style and Quality. THIS COMBINED WITH OUR Low Prices Make It to your interest to give us a gdod share of Tho lines that are making tho heaviest cutson areMen's, Hoys' anil Youths' Clothing, in Suits, Odd Pants and Overcoat?, Men's it Boys' Hats & Cap?, Ladies', .Misses, Men's and Boys' Sweaters, "Queen Quality" Shoes for Women, Outing Cloths, Dress Goods in botli wool and cotton, Ladies' Underwear, und Misses' Neckwear. your trade. cause We strive to please our customers be- we know satisfied customers are our best assets. T" ti mrr ttm n w Yours to please, If you aro needing n Sewing Machine, hero is your chance. "Standard" hrund Drop Head Machine, regular price, 835. 00 for 2','. 50; "Puragon" brand Drop Head Muchine, regular price, :10 CO, for 818 00. WALDRON & JOHNSON, s i Waltersville, Ky. Hardwick & Co., Stanton. mm in ira TmL-- o Master Coni'r Powell Circuit Court NEW ERA FARMER. $50,000 Edited by, one who Holds the Plow llandlea and Write A YEAR or Theory. from Eipcrlence Rather than Hear-na- y Era Farmer readers have been bitten by ordering some new kind of 6eeds which were pictured in glowing colors mid containing, a fabulous description, expecting to How have found a bonanza, only to Disappointed. ninny of t lie New ' realize that they have been fool ed and swindled. The writer has been the victim himself for a number of times. He has tried nearly everything new that was supposed to grow in the temper ate zone. We know that we would get. fooled, but thought there possibly was a little, and was unable to detect, the good f 10111 the bad by the description gjyen by the seedsmen. We have found several new things to have considerable value to them, but generally there is something al ready growing on the farm of value, and we therefore gen erally return to the old and tne kind. One of the greatest fakes we have found is giant spurrv. while the best soil builder we have grown is velvet beans. These beans will grow on any soil like cow peus, but do hot make as good feed as cow peas,-noare they as good a pay crop as the pea?, but they do improve the soil wonderfully. r Congress for the fiscal year ending June 80, 1014, for fire protection between the States and the United States "Teachers to Teach Teachers Forest Service under Section 2 of the Weeks Law. The original to Teach" Needed Today. appropriation by Congress for this purpose was $200,000. The eliect of t he $75,000 appropriation is to put the work HEARD AT COUNTRY STORE. under the Weeks Law on an ah nual basis, and is regarded as very satisfactorv by those who Two Old Timers Express. Their Views are actively engaged in this work. on Up to Data Educational Methods The Secretary of Agriculture has and Expenses of State Normal School. allotted $1,000 for use in "Old Fashioned" Training No Longer erative fire protective work under "Good Enough." ' the Wee'ks Law in Kentucky. by co-o- SQUANDERED??.? Are fussing nTTout? "Po'ur tliousand boys In this state grew an acre of corn nplecc In the Hoys' Corn club contest. I'd be willing to bet that each one of tho 4.000 earned $10 more than he would have entiled If there hadn't been nny Hoys' Corn clubs In the state, Swat the fly now while it count pi Ono fly 8 wnf fed. now is equal to swatting n latimlreil tliousand next summer. While we have had but little cold weather tho winter through, we certainly have had a long feeding period. It is to be hoped that the sun will shine and warm weather prevail to relieve farmers of the further burden of feeding stock cattle and horses. It takes up considerable time to feed as well as being expensive At this time of the year when every thing is in a rush the time consumed in feeding is quite an "Say, did you ever notice how easy It is to spend the state's money? That school, the one they call the normal ccliool, uses about $50,000 a year, I hear. That l.'O.OOOls object. REI'OKTOPTHE CONDITION OF in-th- THE--- - Clay City National Bank At Clay City e state of Kentucky, at the close of business Apr. 4th, 1U13. RESOURCES. Loans and discounts Overdrafts, secured and un JJ 1 secured U.S.Bonds to secure circul'n 25,000 00 25.772 50 Bonds, securities, etc Baukincr-lious- e. furniture and i.uwuj lixtures Due from atmroved reserve 21,60(1 10 agents Fractional paper currency, nickels, anu cents hm Lawful Money Heseuve in Bank, vizi 13.705 05 Snecie a, (i o ho Keuemntion fund with U. a. Treas'r(o?& or $73,133 88 Farmers Want Justice, not Aid. A writer in a leading farm . .journal calls upoii the city folks to help the farmer, saying that the farmer has such a hard time, and further stating that some city financiers often make more over 'a, one night than most farmers make out of a lull life of toil. This article further devotes much space to discourage farmers. This should not be. The farmers at this time, so far as their individual claims are concerned, are not interested, only so far as the is concerned. The deal ers in farm products frequently gets more profit than the farmer on the products that he grow?. Of course, too, the farmer must liy too much for his inucliiuerj mid-dlema- cirjnj w Total 1101,000 20 LIABILITIES. Capital btojkpaid in n Surplus fund Undivided prolits less expenses 1,800 and taxes paid Nat'l bunk notes outstanding 25,(00 577 Due to other Nat'l Bunks Individual deposits subject to uaju-- j check 701 Cuthier's checks outstanding Total County ok Powell, $25,000 00 5,000 00 70 00 53 t 01 Patrick Henry, Notary Public. SHIPP'S QUICK- .My commission expires Jan. 20, 1010. RELIEF LINIMENT. CoititKiT Attest : This Is the liniment the people are Jno. D. Atkinson, talking aijout. Jasmes B. Hall, Directors. earns. Chas Scott, It is tho most wonderful remedv for relieving pain I have ever used. Capt. The Real Trouble. Anderson Berry, Lexington, Ky. The theory of hollow horn in I used thislinlmentand the rutin ilnd i.ittle and worm in the tail is all soreness disappeared like magic Jailer W. T. Hallcimer. Lexington. Ky These troubles are IT " myth. For rt'lieviut! uchpii andnnins this mostly complained of at this sea liniment bents unythingTever saw. J of the year and a little earli ii. J.ctton, Lexington, Ky. i. The trouble in most cuses isIt Is tho onlv remedv I have found that has given me any relief slncol was a luck of feed. Any cow brute narulized four yeurs. ago Mrs. Suaun Of BOURBON POULTRY CUHE 1.1 most likely to be in good con. down a chick's throat cures Wolboi n, Newburg, Ind. canei. A few drops the If it fails to relievo any pnin in unv ditiuii when properly fed. drinking water curesla and prevents cholera, diarrhoea part of tho body in fifteen minutc,mk ureal trouble at this season i and other chick disease. One for your money back. Wc bottle makes 13 gallonu of c .u is so hard cattle c.iuiin' SOLD BY ALL LEADING medicine At all druncists. bampleand booklet on ''DisDHUUGI3TS. propjrJy chew it and fodder is eases of Fowls" 8ent liulf rotted. Show us a culf that Bourbon Remedy Co, lulajton, Ij has been well fed on giouudcorn rlmps. with a liberal supply of jsimd cow pea hay und good foil i!it ami well limited mid we are UmffSSSm M RICHMOND, KY. uM laiii to show you one free f rom Training . lice, and a cow so cared for will in mm m n m siri SchoolAfor Teachers I tirriitittt.v iilitnn u.1 ... i n. n I IV,, I. ,.11 L 7tU aiul L'uiiIllKllUrtllu! i. tiwu iiuiii IIUUUtY IIUIII UIIUI i I Osartaa Uaaiag t XUauuUuy, .. vr I iiuWi lur fUEI RiPORTOUl aleuUU llr- l'atciiljwct- UlHtet, Villi la all rUl uorm in the tail. ftctovU af KaauuaV. U Btn.i i rente in uiu. lor Inraluabla hook uwiM aaa aiTin T0 9.?T" ft" fPy nn.i . .. . Cwm TIUeaf rt U ip. ....a PATENTS, .. .... Kentucky's Share. I'm It priiKT. mh I BUlorlM, atw bm41 auaoel, av auul wuaiai aiuiaiAc. Ipm4 I s ' I ii Mtr J. K liinton hns K MtletajLwI. d,pu.iiliWllr, f jaaaaUm. PoniU klu. ririlTWM W(iai Vtf D. Tklrf Uab.it, 8e4 Tana KofwUrll,twaOTl Tmh Jaau( I i I li;it iiiiivi-.in mi ) Jam II mi uppio-- l IT. rrtk Tina ijrll T, tuuatf C4Ulo PAT,NT LAWYERS, fraa. J. O. CltABBBM'ruUenl. j acYcmn. si., Washington, D. U. v and supplies. What the farmer wants is justice, and not aid and help. He needs no help if he can only get what he earns instead of the city man getting n slice out of hid products. The fabulous fortunes of the city man shoula bo curbed to be divided furthei with his daily laborers, but flu I'urmers want none of his nionej unless they earn it. Ho would however, like to have all that he 1151,003 2. ( State op Kentucky, I, A. T. Whin Cashier, of tho a- bove named bunk, do solemnly swear that the above stutement is true to the best of my knowledge und belief. A. T. wiiitt, uasnicr. Subscribed and sworn to before mo this 14th day of Apr. 1013. country store shook their beads sadly over the follies and the extravagances young man who of the present day. had been industriously whittling n stick nnd listening attentively at the same time laughed,4 and then asked, "How much of the$30,000 docs this '' county pay?" "I dunno," answered one of the men. "Well, I do," snapped the youth. "A little less than $700. that's all." "Well, what dojye.get back for It? An' what do the other counties In the state get for what mouey they put In?" "You get a number of trained teachers, mid so do the other counties in the state." "We don't need 'em. The ol' fashioned kind are good enough." "Hold on a moment! Think! When you men were boys a bright youngster could go intofany doctor's office for a couple of years, then hang out his shingle and 'practice medicine. He did the best hV could, but you wouldn't think that sort of physician for yourfamily today. "I'd like to knowbat that's go.t to ao witn tencnin- - scnow. "Just this that your Ideas nbout school and teaching' are about fifty years behind the times. If you must have a trained man to look after your child's body you certainly , must have a twined man or"w6manNto look after the child's mind." "I get mighty tired of you young sters with all your newfangled Meai-fo- r spending money.?;!' tell you what fust." vnu're tryln" to do tlliutrs "There!" snnpped the .vounz mm again. "1 told you you' didn't stop t think. Two years ng'dCIn fiont of thl cry xl ore I 'heard Itoth of you eussin he llc vs' Corn club .movement. Yin 4ii ill that nolwdy could pisslblv gmv too bushels of corn ou nil ac-- e of law' n this nelsiiliorhood or In the state o Kentucky for that matter." ' "Well?" "In this state during the prst wim boys, hovs In the eountf mer llfty-slschools, hoys yet under p'ghteeti. crew 100 bushels or much better. Io yo two men know that tills movement h:i been ttM1,1,'l by t'f von yM.nni .iv mal school In this end of tho state too." "Mighty different .when we wete boys. Bill. We didn't have to have teachers to teach teachers to tench 1" The two old codgers in front of the for Just the nor- wouldn't he?" "I reckon so." "Well. then. 4.000 hoys earning $10 each makes $10,000 of that f.TO.OOO the state Is spending on that school, don't to the 'Woman who tends us the heft It? Seems to me as If It was a r'athcr 'name for our new Southern Magazine? good Investment for the state If It docs Five of the most prominent women in the States of Kentucky, Tennessee. happen to be newfangled." Alabama, Mississippi, and Georgia will ue tne judge. MISS WARD TO SPEAK AT LOUISThis magazine will be a waman's VILLE. magazine in every sense of the word, If never there, you ought to go. containing all the best features of the magaziues for women, including good If ever there' you'll want to go. household deFlorence Elizabeth Ward, who will fiction and one' of the principal speakers at the partments, and in addition will give bo expression to tho sentiment that wo K. 12. A. meeting at Louisville, April man deserves and should have a better 30. May 1, 2 nnd 3, Is n specialist. Add- place in the order of civilization thnn ed to her experience as a graduate of that now accorded her. the Chicago Kliulercarten college aud it will furnish an inspiration to women and endeavor to show her the way for a better chance in life. It will strive to show women the things she can do the reforms bIio chii institute in woman's work, in business, in schools and the home, in mntters of hygiene and health. It will constantly give practical advice as to how women may earn a living wlthont sacrificing any of the womanly attributes. Conditions: Fifty cents for year's subscription must accompany your suggestion for a name. For further particulars and interesting agents' proposition write, $500 WOA1ANS' PUBLISHING COMPANY, Nashville, Tenn. Farm Drain Tile Make Your Wet Land Productive. By the use of drain tile you cai. py field into the most productive spot on your farm. Good tile, turn that low, wet, useless, swam- properly placed, not only enrries off surplus water, itadmlts air to the soli and makes it easy to work. It improves any soil. The increuce vie leaguo commission In 1!H)S. While a member of this com mission in the value of the land is many Miss Wiiil visited nnd Inspected the tunes the cost of the tile. The first year's crop from tiled land pays u'hools of EuroH. for it. Any body can do the work In our Spring'clcaninjr.you nted successfully. Write for particulars or' c at our plant. old papers:- Wi have "them in bundanco at iiOc per hundred. Red River Brick & Tile 1 - HISH t'LUl'JttK ELliSAUETH WAII1. is head of tho kindergarten department of tin; Iowa Teachers' college. Is her work us a member of the uatlonal -- 11 - . Company, Tliese SpritiR dn.vs remind us is time to cluuu .up. Get STANTON, KENTUCKY. reudy. that it M WW t,1 FvS K!TiTO WWW .f ! E OAPITAIj SlOO.OOO STOCK'. l KUH I'U UBASU UN DIVIDED IKOKITS. aoo.ooo J t" OVER OC YEARS' EXPERIENCE Vinciiestrr Bank, Ky. ori Winciisteh, SlMIAK, THE x t N. IlOt-bL; Y. WlTIIBUMI'OOX, PflKH. 3 Anrone lending a ukrfrh and dearrlntlnnoia; qnlcklr ajcertnlii our oilntoti Uw WUI ether an InvAiiflnn la nrobnblT mtleuuihlA. yonimunirn. tloiiiMrlcUrconllJeulfal. HANDBOOK oil I'atenu out fjoe. Olilett aaencr or aeuurliijr luiteiiln. 1''nlunts taken tnrouiih Alunii A Cu. reeelTe ipcclal nodes, without charge, lu tho A hitnilaomelr lllnntnitfid klr. 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