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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): April 24, 1913 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1913 cla1913042401_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 24, 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 CLAY tJITY TIMES. SI. (t() n Year In Advance We arc here to help Clay Cily.SorroniiJing Coanlry ni Oarselvcs. APRIL 24, J9I3. .1. C- - Burgher, Publisher. VOL. XVIII. Don't Want Good Roads. CLAY CITY, K.Y., THURSDAY, Iitmlnntion (or Road Engineers NO. J7 new railroad Irvine. Mr. from Winchester bobs 1 .ir For tho benefit of those who wish to qualify for the position of County Road Engineer, an ex animation will be held in the of fice of.lhe Commissioner of Pub lie Hoads, at Frankfort, on May Oth J 01!!. Examination begin ning at 8:80 o'clock.. mails worst, gave only twenty-livThe application for the posi votes .for the bond issue Hon of County Koad Engineer while 750 wore registered against will be examined on the follow it. The country people, pecul- ing subjects: Theory and prac iar as it may seem, will more of- tice of road building; Drainage; ten vote against good roads than Grades; Earth computations; w.ll city folks who rarely ever Use and care of road machinery; use ihein. Maintenance of earl Iv and ihaca is like the good roads dam roads; and upon such other This movement in the change of the subjects relntiim to road pro!) constitution a few, years ago. lems as the Commissioner of This would then have been lost Public Koad a may deem to be of vital importance. but for the city vote. This is penny wise and pound The examination will be writ foolish. The man living in the ten, and when the papers are country, often would rather graded, certificates will be issued spend fifty dollars a year pulling to those successfully passing. through the mud, which is al- which will entitle the holder to ways by pieco meals and in an be considered by the County indirect way, than to pay a tax Judge as eligible for the appoint of ten dollars' a year and have ment so far as his educational turnpikes. Because there are so qualifications are concerned, but many voters of this kind, is the the County Judge will be responreason why we have no good sible for determining the length roads. of the services ot his appointee and as to his general (nullifica Carter Beynolds returtied yes- tions. terday Trom New York where he The Legislators realized that had been to appear as a witness while it was advisable to secure in a suit of the Olay City Nation-ji- t Engineers to handle the road Bank and wWinchosfer Bank work of the various, counties,thatJ "Aimr caBitalisti 'it"vas'not. pwvixcab!e.toraforco tho counties to employ Engi won it easily. neers,becauseof the high salaries they are able to command, and Monday four At Carlisle bottles of beer were coniis-:ate- the scarcity of technically train by the Police court and ed men to handle this position, hence they provided for a practi the beer poured kito the street fa road man, who should take A e -- proposition to issue $11)0,000 in bonds for the purpose of build-int- : turnpikes was defeated in loilil county recently. It was very peculiar that t lie towns gave good ma joritics for the bonds while that portion of the county in the country which needs good State is urged to ''cooperate with STANTON NEWS. the State Uonmisioner in securing eligiblos from which the John, Sarah and Susie Hard-wicCounty Judge n'iay make his ap visited kin folks on Cat Creek point ments. last Sunday. Dr. J. E. Loniing and Mr. John Eld. A. Easter; was here from .Mt. Sterling on Clay City Monday, and dropped Williams were in the Tribune office and ordered County Court day. ,. . his name entered tor a year's Miss Anna Hurdwick visited her subscription. Bro. Easter inci sister. Mrs. Mollie Crawford, at dentally mentioned that ho Jacksrn last week. would probably enter tho race Mrs. Mary Maxwell and her for the Democratic nomination daughter, of Rosslyn, were visiting for representative for the Estill Powell district.-Estil- l Tribune. in Stanton last week. k 111 1 "Bob'' Blackburn of Stanton so fust and ol ten that wo can only get to say 'Howdy.1' He is working in th interest of a new mail order bou? that is to be established in Louis ville This will be a hard blow fn the mail order houses in Chicago n" Louisville will be so much closer. Tt has always been true, tha'. the more you oppose a coaple getting married the more determined they are to marry. So in spite of his daughter and her pleadings Toby Anderson thought he could tak a child and raise her to be the kind of a. wife he wants her to be in stead of a woman who is set in hei ways. And if you see Toby walking nlong with a little girl do no think that he is her grandfather but that ho has taken her unto himself as his wife. Mjss Maud Hatton is the girl. Rev. Shertnai' Robins performed the ceremony. out SPOUT SPRING. Mr. and Mrs. James Ewcn were in Winchester this ueek combining and business. Jordon Barnett went, to Levee Prul Prewitt, a brother of Mrs Friday to visit relatives Fred Blackburn spent several days Francis Charles', of Sams, had visiting in Stanton last week. a child to dio andkvas buried here Attorney M. A. Phillips visited his daughter Mrs. Ben Throckmor Mr. and Mrs. Martin Curtis, of ton in Lexington List Friday. Kimbrell, spent- Sundav with Mrs. Callie Davis lias gone to Mrs. Belle Burgher. Hamilton, Ohio where she will join W. L. Byrdjwas in Wolfe county last week where he bought her husband in their new home. Tuesday. f 4 -- pleasure it 11 1: nu iiiiu 111 r them to Mt. Sterljng court ciuiii: aimi iook 1. 1. Mon- day. Special .' Notice- - There will be preaching at 'Salein Baptist church 1st, Saturday afternoon and Sundav morning is formerly ; Every body invited to attend these services. A tut-?- - lain-dre- d d liio people at tins placo are very busy this week. Proyer service every Wednesday night. We welcome every one to attend these services, it will do you good. I jailed, the examination before the ComChurch services will be held on but in Clay City and Powell coun-i- t missioner of Public Roads. tho Ist.Lord'sDay in each month goes undivested. Each County .Indue of the instead of the third, by Rov. W. K. Harding, of Winchester. There will bo services at the Methodist church Saturday night, 21 Lord's Day at eleven o'clock a. 111. and 7 o'clock p. m. Everyone attend these services. Tho Presiding Elder will be present. Ilev. A. M. Lowo will hold his regular appointment at Zachari- That's our Business Making a little Money by ah, Saturday 7 p. 111., Lord's Day 'Saving our Customers a Whole Lot of Money. at 11 a. m. and 7 p. to. Sunday School was reorganiz You would hardly believe it if some one should ed at the Christian church Suntell you that we are selling the Best Flour ollicers and teamen-er- s day, as follows: Supt., Albert for $3.00 per CWt., but that's what we Ass't Supt., Frank Martin; are doing. We are telling you this ourselves Crowe; First Grade teachers, O. that you may know it is true, and not a beamy. N. Crowe, A. M, Lowe; Second Grade, Bettie Lowe, Iiattie MaWe are aUo selling Simpson Best Calicos at (Ho rtin; Third Grade, Euie Lowe, per yard, and Muskogee Ginghams at 10c per Frances Crowe; Card Grade, V." L. Tuwii6end, Gother Martin; yard. Secretary, Dona Wymoro; Com- We handle the celebrated Vogel Brund Shoes inittee on in school to learn the cause for not at prices ranging from (toe per pair to $4.00 per coming, Rodney Allen, Jell' Crowe J. L. Martin, Claud Martin. pair. Elder P. O. Derthick, of Stan Jt will certainly paj you to conio to this store, ton, was present and greatly as sisted in the work. We only wish and make your purchases as il is easier to go a every church could have so valuable a Christian worker as Bro. Utile further to buy your supplies than it is to Derthick always with them. work and get money to pay the old line high TJmoHi;r1ay prices of other merchants. nice is gutters. At Irvine it Do You Want to Save Money? Whnt a pleasare it is as on. We hear rumors that Mr. A. T walks up town from the depot t Slewnrt is contemplating taking a trip to Pennsylvania in the near fu- look at a little plot of ground in the cemetery where beautiful tlow-er- s ture. are in bloom, the green grass i: We learn with regret that Coun so refreshing, the weeds are delight ty Judge John riardwick and his fully missing and everything look" family will move to Winchester like it had loving care. Let others this week. emulate Mrs. M A Phillips in Fred Blackburn was in Lexing beautifying their little plots 01 ton Monday to consult a doctor as ground in the cemetery. As we to:hlB health.-- - . Hn Vinn not hppn have said before our cemetery would -1 ..r .j.. 1)6' a betutifupone if itrnrrry-tm-d wen ror sdirifc mohths. a littlo care. There uro several who Rev. J. C. Hanley preached at Nuda this past Sunday. Prof. Al- take some pride in their plots, but the majority are content to let the ter occupied the pulpit in the morn veeds and bushes grow rank ovei ing and Rev. C. G. Mann at night the graves. I et me not have to in our town. call our attention again to thi We are glad to note that little looks of the cemetery Mabel Eversoln who was so badly Don't go over to your neighbor'- burned several weeks ago is almost and borrow the Clay City Times to well, Dr I Johnson has brought read the news. It is your duty to lit r safely through. suKpribc for your county iiaper. The Ange1 of Death relieved the Then is not a family in Powcl-countsufferings of Mrs. Frnzier who linbut what ought to take the gered so long with tubr rculosis, Clay City Times. Walk up like :. and she wus buried on Hatton man and hand the editor your dol creek last Saturday. lar and then help boost your county and make it one of the lies1. counties in the state. If yon have anything of interest send it to the writer or the editor and we wil' see that it is put in the news column so that others can read. Wo do not hear all the news so please send in any items of interest. The writer was never asked to wr th:s news but thought he could make it more interesting to the. Stanton people and others by writing item? of interest. - Henry Hall of near Winchester was buried in Stanton on Thursday last. There hive been nix burials within the last two weeks in our cemeteries in and abound Stanton. Let everybody w'U't up their ap petites for the coming oie supper to bo served by the Ladies' Aid of the Christian church on Saturday night, May 3rd. at the Court House. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Atkinson were in Lexington Monday or. bus Clarence has just returned iness. from the upper counties, Perry and Letcher, where ho wag. for several days in tho interests of his lumber The following wlb handed to the writer and explains itself : e Clean 'and delivered any where in Clay City at CO ets per hale. Cow pea liny at the same price. J. Lowe & Crowe, Rosslyn, Ky. - E Burgher. For Sale rftiiTittir'iiii.dfl cottage and. three I0I6 in western portion 'of city. Apply taT. B. Billard, CluCity, Ky. Four-roo- Dear Ladies of the Aid, and all of those outside the Aid, who, ou business, of their deep experiences and lov Wo will call your attention again ing kindnesses, remembered us ii to the Commencement Exercises of so many thoughtful w.iys, wo wisl. Stanton College, The Gold Medal to extend our heartfelt thanks. Contest on May 2nd, BaccalaureatB I'he lloral offerings, the many sermon and Commencement uddress words of comfort and cheer, ami by Rev. R. A. McConagha, the for the tender hands that helped u. mer Principal, and the gruduatlnir nurse our loved one, all tended to exercises on May 5th. alleviate in some measure our dee) Mr. and Mrs. Charley Miller and grief. We are trusting that in te two boys from near Lexington have unknown, untired future wo wiM moved to Stanton in the Cruwford bo able to stano by each and every property. They are splendid peo ono of you in your norroww and ple aud we are glad to have them help you to my, "Thy will he with us. Mr. Miller is Heading done." Fred and Canie Black burn. Foreman of tunnel building on tho.! '.7 - THE' TIMES. I'UHMSMKP KVKKV TI1DK8UAT. 11 Subscription rati;? I jenr or three ('ejif8 in ndvnnoe82 . J. 15. Hurnhcr, Publisher. mail matter. April- 24, 1013. - Entered na second-clas- s Thursday, CLUB .KATES. For the convenience of our eub- gcribers, we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices neiow mentioned : The Times and . " " " " " " :, Courier-Journ$1.00 Cincinnati Enquirer 1.10 5)0 Louisville Herald Home and Farm 75 1.00 Ir lund Fiirmcr" American Farmer 90 Southern Agriculturist 75 al ANNOUNCBMGNTS.- For County Attorney. We are authorized to nnnounce O.C. Atkinson as candidate for County Attorney of Powell eppnty, subject to the action of the Democratic primary election in August. For County Court Clerk. AVe are.authoristcd to announce .T. P; Crabtree ai'candidato for County Court (Jlerk of Powell county, subject to the notion of the Democratic primary election in August. getting 'ready to do so, ''but we notice u reduction in several For instance, farm machines. we noticed in a recent circular that oho "firm selling gasoline engines, had dropped the price" 6n his engines froin $.r 00 to $25 00 each. Another reduction was on manure spreaders which was Jive dollars oir on every machine. Other implements arc also down, getting ready to take their nicdir cine later. Who will say that the business of this country cunnot be improved to the benefit of the laborer and' the farmer. What 'we need is a continuation of the present high price for farm PkOducts, an increase of wages in all pursuits, with a sharp decline in price of all manufactured products. A few days ago the state of Conn, ratified the amendment to the constitution thereby making 30 stiites'tlmt have ratified the same which therefore renders it a legal amendment to the Constitution, so that in tho future all U. S Senators will bo elected by the popular vote same as the Governors of tho states. Mr. 'Bryan'and Mr. Wilson are delighted. Both of these great Democrats have been heartily in favor of this amendment and Mr. it. The'disence of saloons and the "Writing" oif Judge Beiiton that he will have a vigorous pros-editio- n of violators who use li'. nuor and buv : votes or something jjl r. , ... ..i .. J. 'i .. . i. i : eisu is Keeping mem uiih ii hi una We are showing an Elegant Line of '....:.. county. FALL AND WINTER I curing Cawonderful results e,nd for testimonials, fre(. tarrh. F. J. CHENEY, A CO., Props. Toledo, 6, Sold by Druggists, price 75c. Tnke ITali's Family Pills foi dv. constipation. in ti n .j nnl!nnto l3ltiiUk nrnrliiAAil' mv. t LUIC1I a JJi t , , Catarrh Cannot be Cured with Local Applications, as they' cannot rench the seat of the disease. Catarrh iia lood or constitutional disease, and in order to euro it you. must take in'ernal remedies. Hull's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, nnd acts directly on the blood nnd . mucous surfaces. Hall's Catarrh. .Cure is not.a quick medicine. It was, prescribed , by one of the bese physicians in thin country for years and is a regular prescription, lt is cpmposed of the bent tonics known, combined with the best blood purifiers, ne'iing directly on the mucous surfaces. The the two in- perfect combinntion-or Q w 1 GOODS Includ ing Cloaks and Wraps MEN'S AND BOYS' C for Women and Children Ladies' Suits, Millinery, and etc. LOTH ING to fit you and your pocketbook. i When you want any kind of Merchandise, think of -- nil uiiii SHIMFESSELS 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. Commissioner's Sale. For Assessor. We arc authorized to announce S. linster as candidate for Assessor Powell counts, subject to the action the Democratic primary election August. A. of of in county, subject to the action of the Republican primary election in August, A For Jailer. We are authorized to announce Jesse Crow as candidate for Jailer of Powell Light on L. & N. Tactics. The Ohio Valley Tie Company, of Louisville, has sued the L. & N. Railroad for $100,000 damage? forrumation of itbuBUieW' The tie company alleges that it formerly was .enabled to buy low grade ties along the lines of the L. & N. in Kentucky and ship them out of the State at a good profit and continued to carry on this hue of business until some time last year when the L. raised the freight rate three tunes what it previously was. It appears to be the aim of the L. & N. to force the buyers out of business so it can buy all the ties' along its lines at a very low price. Take, for instance, black oak ties across the river in Illinois, there they, sell for fifty cents each, according to statements of dealers whom we havo interWhite oavk ties are viewed. worth there seventy cents each. T)iis is what dealers pay for them oil' the ,w(igdn. Of, course t,he railroads pay considerable more. Were it not fcr the excessive freight rates of the L. & N. rail road, ,ties would bo worth nearly that much in Kentucky. A; N. Powell Circuit Court. Frank Crowoj Adlnr., Ac,, Plaintiffs, versus' Bryan especially has championed Minnie Pat ton, &o Defendants. years, Notice of Sale in Kpuity. it for more than twents and it is through his brilliant Ily virtue of a judgment and order of work in pointing out to the saieuf tho Powell Circuit Court, rencountry the sourcesof corruption dered at the .Mar. term, 1913, there-o- f in above pause, that emanated from the election signed the on the 6th day ofthe underMay, 1013, will of Senators by legislatures in- at 1. o'clock p. m.,'Or.thercabout, (being stead of through the people Court Day,) I will as Com'r., proceed to themselves that aroused the offer for sole at Public Auction to the six country, to action. So this ulnend-men- t highest bidder, on a credit ofdoor, months, at the' Court House to the Constitutoin is a Stanton, Ky,--, the property mentioned great Bryan victory. in.the judgment, Sttua'tedon tho waters of Peck oreek, In tliis issife appears the an- Powell county', KyJj'and bounded by nouncement of J. P. Crabtree for land's of Andy MeMfbshV,Vivi6n"Kirk,-JT. 'MartinJrWeWenf Tiptony' Otta County Clerk, off Friwelhcoun'ty, Prewitt and .Margaret Kirk, and conof course subject to the action of taining about lpOaprcs; or sufficient the Democratic primary August thereof to produce $ -, so ordered 2nd. Most of our readers are ac- to be made. quainted with Mr. Crabtree and The nurchaser will be required to approved security, know him to bo loyal to his par- give bondwith tno purcuasa money,for 10 tlie payment oi fill the have the force and effect of a Replevin ty and well qualified to office which he seeks. He is, so Bond, bearing legal interest from the day of sale, according to law. far, the only announced candi Bidders will bo prepared to comply tl linn U'ill llO n- wi.li tlinjift tnfttia date for County Olerk. ' tained on the property sold till all the money is pam. When it comes to a still hunt purpuasepayable to Commissioner. Bond and a quiet campaign Powell KOMULUS JACKSON, county politicians seem to be the Master Commissioner Powell C. C. to-w- it: Everything to Please theCustomer Figures That Talk Farmers, Merchants, Timberrneh, and all those who want a place for their money: This is or safety a National Bank, established 1 in 1 889 and has been doing invested in business continuously since that time. It is as safe as amy bank regardless of size or location; see our Statement. We have $25,000.00 in United States Government Bonds; $25,000.00 invested Bonds on Railroads, besides over Firfl Mortgage $60,000.00 of loans to our customers, every dollar of which cure in its g. is perfectly safe. Send us your deposits and feel se- MRS. J. W. WILLIAMS. Clay City National Bank, CLAY CITY, KENTUCKY. Capital Stock, Surplus and Profits, Shareholders' Liability, -i $25,000.00 $6,000.00 $25,000.00 The L. & N. is monopolizing the railroad busiuess in this State, regardless of law or justice, and nothing is being dono to stay its ribbing hands and greedy appetite. A suit, however, will be brought to annul the sale of the L. & E. to the L. & N. It would have done been brought but for the fuct that the large shippers, tiio oueo most interested, are to line up against the monstrous, dominant octopus, for fear thoir business would be ruined, purposely, as has bceu the case with the Ohio Valley Tie Company, Business will bear considerable hampering to es capo complete ruination. id 4 Our Wind ow Black Cat Hosiery America's Handsomest Hosiery Has vslood the test for twenty-eigyears, yet it has never "rested" on the reputation of a past year each year it has set anew the high mark of maximum it each vear it has earned a better name for excellence that's whv'it has aair.- ed the confidence of the American Family -r- that why it is demanded, purchased j and worn by buyers ot judgment and sensible economy. yourself as to' its merits! Feel See theBlack Cat at our hosiery counter-convin- ce its luxurious softness see its shapeliness its knit "glove-fitting- " for style of softest yams for comfort colored by the highest salaried dyer in Amenca for beauty made with extended reinforcements in heel and toe for wear. VOOK FOR THE SIGN OF THE BLACK CAT and you'll be sure to get sausfaetion-you- 'll get, hosiery that is the product of the high-eskillof the latest improved machinery-- of twenty-eigyears successful manufacturing experience. You'll get the most durable and desirable hose madcrDlackCal. ht hose-merst ht HOPE $ i 1 MILLS Good Bread' and Butter . j lib backbone of the nation mul nmkiM tlitj bent food for children .". ..I m well hh for their parent. Kur tin cliililreti'rt lunch lrnhket h well Ik n that of the mechanic, tlx-inothing more jmlataliltt than tho f. light, wliituclelirioiiH unil nutrition biiad inndi- - from the lVarl llmir. . COPYRV3HT 'flie tariff has uot been tinkered with' yet though Congress is MRS. J. W. WILLIAMS. 'Made by J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, Ky. 3, THE A HOMK-MADB TIMES: PAPER. ' THURSDAY, APIUL24, 1913 LOCAL BltEVJTIES. Hill Brush hud two children to ln this week of measles. Judge and Mrs. L. F. Mann ore visiting friends in Lexington. Mtf. Elsie Ewen, of Jackson, visited Mrs. A. M. Burgher from .Monday is in until Wednesday. Eld. I'. N. Taylor, of Winston, the city and will preach at the Methodist church tonight. Charlie Duncan and children, of L. & E. Junction, spent Sun- 4luy with relatives in the city. W. D. Thacker, who moved to Montgomery county two years a go, has moved back to Powell, lucating on Iiardwick's creek. Corn planting has thus early begun with some of our farmers. It is always safest to get corn in early on thin land that it may in this way get all of the best of the reason. The Kentucky Telephone R. H. Montjoy, local manager, has issued a new call card. The list of subscribers is increasing fast, but still there is not the number that there should be. Corn-puny, Cornelius Buiidrant, was taken to Winchester by Sheriff Thos. Hull to staud trial for his part in the murder of A. T. Pettit. A jury to try these negroes will be gotten from Montgomery county. Mr. and Mrs. Tilden Tracy, of Dayton, Ohio, are here with relatives. Mr. Tracy says he saved all of his household effects in the lecent flood by carrying them to the upper floor. He said Nelson Rogers lost all the contents of his store. Come to Our Store And let us show you what a nice line of goods we cairy. Karly gardeners liavo already Drive Sick Headaches Away Sick headache, sour gassy stom enjoying onions and lettuce as ti reward for their curly li- - uch, indigestion, biliotrsness disap bort?. pear quickly after yon take Dr. King's Now Life Pills. They pu M C Wilson, of Levee, vn rify the blood and put new life and here the first :( ) week am vigor in the system. Try them bought. ;i tin iiilutr of cattlo from and you will be well satisfied. Evvarious persons at Hip prevailing ery pill helps; every box cuaran good prices. Mr. Wilson hnvs ted. Price 25c. Recommended hundreds of cattle in I'owel by all dealers. Adv. county each year, and alwaj's Card of Thanks. pays the highest prices for them We desiro to express our heart Died In Dayton. felt thanks to the many friends Thornt Baker received a tele nnd neighbors who ministered to gram yestorday morning an us in our recent grent bereave nouncing the death of his father," inont and to those who gavo the n. K. Baker, at Dayton, Ohio. beautiful floral offerings. We The remains will be brought, here will never forget their words and and interred in the'eemetery at deeds of loving kindness and Powell's Valley Church. Death cheer. was due from blood poison, occa Mr. and Mrs. Fred K. Blackburn. sioneu oy an injury ot some hor Burns, Bruises and Sores kind. Tim quickest and surest cure Birthday Dinner. for burns, oruis.es, boils, sores, in- The children, relatives nnd flumation and all skin diseases is friends of Mrs Geo. W. Clark, of Hucklcn's Arnica Salve. In four Vaughn's Mill, surprised l.er days it cured L. II. Hallin, of IreTuesday by giving her a surprise dell, Tex., of a sore on his ankle birthday dinner in honor of her which pained him so he could sixty-fiftanniversary. Many hardly walk. Should be in every presents were given this good house. Only 25c. Recommended lady, and hearty wishes were ex- by all dealers. Adv tended on every hand that she might pass 'many more milestones Lost Sometime ago on streets of life and enjoy the blessings of of Clay City, onejjlaingold brace let, with flight carving on face. good health. Finder please return to Miss Ad Pains in the Stomach aline Hazelrigg, Clay City, Ky. If you continually complain of The Kentucky Livestock Sani pains in the stomach, your liv.r or tary Board has issued a circular your kidneys are out of order, Neglect may lead to dropsy, kid n which it advises the market ney trouble, diabetes or brights ing for slaughter of all sliesp af disease, riiousands rocommend E footed with foot rot. lectric Bitters as the very best Coughs and Consumption stomach and kidney medicine Coughs and cold, when neglect made". II. T. Alston, of Iiileicrh. ed, always lead to serious trouble N. C, who suffered with pain in of the luugs. The wisest thing to the stomach and back, writes do when you have a cold that "My kidneys were deranged and troubles you is 'to Ret a bottle of my liver did nrft work right. Isuf Dr. King's New Discovery. You fered much, but Electric Hitters will get relief from the first dose, was recommetded and I improved and finally the cough will disapfrom the first done. I now feel like pear. O. H. Brown, of Muscadine, a new man." It will imrove you, Ala., writes : "My wife was down too. Only 50c and SI 00. in bed wan an obstinate cough, by all dealers Adv. and I honestly believe had it not Old newspapers for eule at this been for Dr. King's New Discovery she whuld not be living toduy." ofiieo. Known for years as the best remedy lor coughs and colds. Prie 50c and $1.00. Recommend ed by all dealers. Adv. boon h Heconi-mende- d forty-three St. Helen school closed Friday. Mrs. Myrtle Burgher and Miss Ethel Johason returned home Saturday. Trees! Trees! Trees! Fruit and Ornamental Strawberries, Shrubs, Hedging, As paragus, Rhubarb, Grapes, Roses, Peonies, Phlox, etc. Everythlnf (or Orchard, Lawn aodOafden. Hillikan Business School, LEXINGTON, BOOKKEEPING, KY. SHORTHAND, TYPEWRITING. This school has turned out hundreds of men and women who are successes. It will make a success of you. NO AGENTS FREE CATALOG H.F. Hillenmeyer&Sons Lexington, Ky. Write for Catalogue. When in Need of Builder's Hardware, Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles, Cooking or Heating Go to or Write Stoves, Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, Winche&er, - Ky. ( ) HARDWIfiK & COMPANY. See us for your shoe wants. Mrs J. W Williams. Commissioner's Sale. Powell Circuit Court. Geo. LyJe, Jr., Ac, Plaintiff, versus Abe Lamfrum, Defendant. Notice of Sale in Equity. By virtue ot a judgment and order of sale of the Powell Circuit Court, rendered at the Nov. Term, 1012, thereof in the above cause, the under signed will on the 5th day of May, 1013, at 1 o'clock p. in., or thereabout, (being Court Duy,) 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 House door 8 tun ton, Ky., tlio property mentioned in the judgment, Situated in Powell county, Ky., nnd adjoining Preston Johnson, T. G. Wat son, and bounded on the South by the road lending from the Furnace to Stanton, containing about 4 acres; or sufficient thereof to produco $122.15, so ordered to be made. Tlio purchaser will bo required to give bond, with approved security, for the payment of the purchase money, to have the force and effect of a Replevin lond, bearing loyal interest from the day of salo, according to law. Bidders will bo prepared to comply with these terms. A lion will be re tained on the property sold till all the purchase money is paid. Bond payablo to Commissioner. ROMULUS JACKSON, Muster Com'r Powell Circuit Court. to-w- it: Our ctock of Dry Goods, Notion--- , Groceries. Hardware, Clothing, Shoes replete with ani etc. is Cut Prices. We are cutting the prices on Winter Goods to an extent that will iuterest you who are looking for the place where you can get the most for your money. 1 Variety, Style and Quality. THIS COMBINED WITH OUR Low Prices .Make The lines that are making tlio heaviest cuts on are Men's, Hoys' and Youths' Clothing, in Suits, Odd Pants and Overcoats, Men's fe Boys' Hats fc Caps, Ladies', Misses, Men's and Boyti' Sweaters, "Queen Quality" Shoes fo.r Women, Outing Cloths, Dress Goods iu both wool and cotton, Ladies' Underwear, and Misses' Neckwear. it to your inteiibt to give us Wu u good share of bo- - your trade. cause strive to pleuse our customers wu know talisf led customers urp our best assets. i Yours to please, If you are needing a Sewing Machine, hero is your chanco. 'Standard" brand Drop Head Machine, regularprice, 835.00 for $22.50; "Paragon" brand Drop Head Machine, regular price, $30.00, for $18.00. WALDRON & JOHNSON, Waltersville, Ky. Hardwick & Co., Stanton. i 0NEW BRA FARMER. i - KENTUCKY HAVING ! dltcJ bj one who ItolJ the Plow Handlts and Write. frum Experience Rather than Hear My or Theory. EXTENSION. BRISK AWAKENING In planting. This will destroy most of the early weeds, besides Preparation, Planting and Cultivation breaking any crust, which may Everywhere of the Corn Field AGRICULTURAL The wet fpring and the on of cold weather is causinji hold-ii- i; 'i riuers tiitich uneasiness about orn planting, and, as a result, .nay lead to much corn being nit into t he ground before the oil is thoroughly prepared to re- eive t he bccJ. This practice would prove to lie a mistake. Irdinarilv, with proper care and ultivation, no serious concern over results need be had if corn s planted in Kentucky any time tietween Auril 25 and May 25. In preparing clay soils for corn, especial care should be tu i;en not to work the laud when o wet that puddling will take ;ilucc or that baking will follow. The is generally the d'sk harrow best tool to follow the plow and ifter this some form of smooth ing harrow should be used, re icating the harrowing until a month and very finely pulveriz Extension Division, d seed bed is obtained. If clods Kentucky Experiment Station ?orni during the harrowing thoy liould be pulverized with a roll "Please Do n't Publlsh''lt." r, or sometimes a good drat: Every newspaper is familial nay do this work well. It should with the request, "Please do noi be added that each day's plow publish anything about it." ng should be sufficiently worked Sometimes it is made in the form and smoothed on the same day of a demand and accompanied by :o prevent the evaporation of threats of dire results if acquieioil moisture which will be much scence does not follow. needed later by the corn crop There are a few things, the The extra work of unhitching Louisvilie Herald says, the pud-liI'rom the plow and hitching to the ought ktep in mind in the narrow will bo more than com matter of newspaper's relation pensated by beneficial results to j)rinting of news. ihecrop'nnd the greater ease of to the In the first place, it newspaper netting the ground in good con owes an obligation to ite whole ditiou. circle of readers to print a fair, The best time to plant corn comprehensive report of the !lie6eed ded being well prepared day's happenings. It canin t is whenever the soil warm responsibility mere-lenough and moist enough to in overlook this to'please individuals. That ataaaBaarHPWt' ureiquick germination of tl.e policy involved an injustice to According to Hunt ii. the many and favoritism to the eed. "The Cereals in America" tin few. Who shall be favored? temperature at which maize will Much of news that is printed iiermiuate most rapidly is fruin unfortunately occasions annoy-nicand often heartache to '11 degrees to i)JJ degrees F omebudv. That is an unavoidaL'robably in practice lield corn ble incident of the newspupe always planted before the iiisiness. Is there justification mil lias reached this tempera- for shielding from such cause. a srrnwisoit school. ture, but. the time of planting quences the man or woman who .ihould be sullicieutly late at Mas influence, socially or in busi- once. All of litem he'd tlit rlas- cor least to escape.aH danger from ness, while the many whi luck it, lilknttM ami htul li.nl lun'timl must be treated without such Of ronrse there mm not hiiu'i'i freezing and frost. The old time consideration? ......, suuervlblou uvi'i in-u. lotion that the changes of the Persons who wish to escape .noon have some bearing upon publicity should be careful not uccessful corn growing is now to make now?, or should count SHIPP'S QUICK- RELIEF LINIMENT. entirely discredited. Neither the cost of advretisemonts to the science nor practice longer sup- world as part of the price tiny This is the liniment the people arc for talking about. port this theory. Corn should must pay uponwhat they havede doing. erinined It is tho most wonderful remedy fur planted fhinted from One and 'ie rulioviiiK pain I hive efl uct'il. (Japi. Audei-.nf to three inches in depth, Horry, I.exiiiKiun. Ky. I used tliUliiilini'it nnd the imin anil varying with type of soil and Mirui)t'c (Usunncuruil like inagle. noisturo conditions. Shallow Jailer V T. Ilallengor, Lexington. Ky ilaittiug is preferable where the Fur rrlii'M'ng and pain till" I'tilinenl liontii anything I ever moisture content of the surface II. l.etton, Lexington, Ky. nsures good germination. Un- ll in the only reined? have found ter normal conditions it is best that hn niu-- mti any relief since I wnf Of BOURBON POULTRY CURE o plant the rows of corn three iiiruiizrii lotiryenn imo air, susnn tWllioi-jtJCeuburg-- Inil. flown a chick's throat cures uid a half feet apart, to row both fapes, a few drops In tlie If It fulls In relievo any jmln In r drinking water curei and A'ays, and to plant from three to prevents camera, uiarruoea part of Ihr- body in flfleen minuu,iik and other chick diseases. One for your money hank. :"our kernels to the hill, depend- 60o bottlo makes 13 gallons ot SOLI) MY ALL LKAMMi medlclue At all dmirgUtH. .ng upon the fortuity of the soil. Sample and booklet on DIJUiUISLS. of Fowls" sent FICKU. Bourbon R.mtdy Co. Uilijtoa, Ij Ooru is a plant which requires much water for its growth, ilenco, to produce the best crop possible it is necessary to keep own all weeds and to prevent 1 RICHMOND, KY. the evaporation of moisture from V A Tralnlns: the Bitrfuco of the soil. These prwnKif uUtlnwl lni.ll ruunirkaon NO rcc. 5cheol for Teachers two things may be accomplished MtML CalM l4lu U BktMblwf, lal ml. Kn,l Ihlrll. 1 M n t.ir by good uiethodBof cultivation. IV.1U .... , ........... wn ku. TiU la aU 11. ntriPonun. BJkwta af Kalak. la h lni ,ii OJ1AUii l,raCLk lu'Jr Ovum aid Bavlia When the Boil is not too wot, it 10 CWrwa. ip. llfil .ilawl.l M' ll I..MHEsUsiSVIHfc k4.UN. Tallica Flea laAif. lihii' Tvorl..l.f s a good practice to run a spiko aMaullralalaa lallMUa,uaaw4rlftMl, ' HMllHtoM4'tlwiliIVlnl.n. .'r f aialaM. tooth smoothing harrow, or some Itaal Hlaa. lTal;4 Tarai Jaai um.i. atautaTina K.l(aitiM aaalta )".4 lp rr. runkTuaardlT, wa form of ueeder, over the corn PAT BUT U WVCR3, Catola rra J. O. OBABHH, VmUent, Held theree or four days after tyil.1 Mlf.Hin 61., VMilll8t'!, U. C.J --- have formed over the germinating seeds. TIu'h work would often endanger the young plants U done later than four days after planting. The first regular cultivation should be given five or six days after the corn is up, and thereafter cultivations should be repeated after each rain, and besides, often enough to keep down all weeds. Shallow cultivation forming a surface soil mulch is the best, for a dry setiHim, while even during wet times the cultivation should be in no case deep enough to break the roots of the During the first corn plants. part of the growing season the cultivation of the corn crop should be so thorough that it will not be necessary to continue cul tivation longer than the time when this work begins tu break down the corn. II B. Hendrick, Ass't Agronomist, State Things Are Happening. NEW SCHOOLS BEING BUILT. At Fast at Laws Are Pasted For the Betterment of Rural Schools Counties Take Advantage of Them Secure Services of Experts and Select Teachers More Carefully. e There never was n time In the history of the old commonwealth when Its future looked ns bright as it does In this year of 11)13. No mntter where one goes In the length and breadth ol the state one 'hears schools being discussed. Many new buildings are being erected In the place of those which have bo long been a disgrace to tli communities that hare permitted th'era to exist. Plans are being discussed In many localities for larger grounds nnd better equipment. The teachers nre lieliiR more carefully selected than In the past, and there Is u general feeling that school problems should be fairly met nnd solved. This feeling has resulted In marked activity in educational matters In all sections of the state. The county nu thorlties hare taken advantage of the new educational. laws without delay. The last legislature passed a law al lowing county boards of education to prorlde supervisors to oversee the work done In the schools. At once over forty counties took advantage of the new law, and secured the services of one or more' experts to assist the county superintendent In this stiper-rlsio- n work. Daviess county decided to try n rather unique plan of supervision, which seems to have worked admirably during tho school year that has just closed. Instead of striving to reach the 105 small schools scattered over a large coutuy thnt 1 often cut-t- o pieces by swollen streams that flow through Tho cattle market at Ml. Ster-lin- y flat bottom lands, .the board of educaMonday was higher than was, tion decided to hjve fifteen supervls probably, ever known - Some ors. Theso supervisors were all teacher stuck cattle sold for right close of strong personality nnd wide expert- flfteon supervisors busy, so each of them taught his or her own little school out in the county. If the super-- ' visor had taught from Monday through Friday there would bare been nc tlraa for visiting the other six schools In his group. Tho plan outlined for this school year has been for the supervising teacher to bold school from Tuesday through Saturday, thus leaving Mou day open for visiting the other schools. Ity visiting three schools each Monday the supervising teacher wouw be a bio to reach all six schools ouce every two weeks. This makes It possible for, the county superintendent to hnvt a report from an expert from every portion of the county twice a month. With tho supervisor handling a small group, bail roads cannot make the work Impossible. There Is also the added advantage that at the opening of tho school year, when many young and rather Inexperienced teachers are In great need of help, the supervisor Is close at hand to give the required assistance. Close and constant supervision Is the price of success in uny business, und our badly scattered rural schools uro no exception. We have not got the returns from our expenditure of money on our rural schools because there was no supervision to team where the leaks were and how they might bo stopped or repaired. Money nnd money In any amount needed will come as soon as supervision innkes the public know that results will be obtained. Our children have been taught In any fashion that suited the individual that was in tho neighborhood "keepln' school." Naturally the children did not know what was the mntter when they failed to make suitable progress; neither did their parents. Every one knew that the Interest of both the children and their parents nagged. They also knew that many of the older children dropped out of school been use they were thoroughly dissatisfied. Reports from county superintendents nil over the state show that there Is a new spirit both in tlie teaching force and among the children under this new Influence of supervision. It Is a" simple proposition. It is that both teachers and children are becoming conscious of definite work th.if Is' being done In a thoroughly systematic manner. Winolicstcr i lull ofClav City pci'plc Hih vwjk attcndintrtlie-lutirili'trial of lit negroes who killed Marshal l'ettit. I r $500 to the woman who sends us the beit name for our new Southern Maga2mc. Five ,if I Iki most prominent women in tho Sliilen of Kentucky, Teuiiestei. , Alabama, and (Icorgia will be tlie judi(o. Till iii.ipi7.iiH will he a woman'mnpuine in every senso of the won', Missis-i-iiipi- 'annulling all the best features of tli-- i iniijiiiliii'8 fi.r wnneii, including go ! tlrtion anil up-t- o date lniiiKelioliI 1 -mrtments. and in ndditiou will giv xpresslon to the senlhneiil that tleerves and should linve ii liett r 'lace In the order of eivilizalion tin i that row accorded lien It will ftirninh mi inrplrnllon to and endeavor to how her the wii.. fcr u in life. It will ftrive to show women tl UiinH kIm can do tlie reforms she c. 'i institute in wiunnnV work, in l)U!.iner- -. in schnoln nnd the home, in matters ( hygiene mid henlth. It will rnnstoiitly give priicticnl ns id how wonjen mn earn a li ing without hucrilieing any of the ni trilintef. we-mibctlL-r.chuiiueu -- Condition: Fifty cent for year's nulwcripti .i must iiccompany your Miggeition fo ti name. For further pnrli ulars and Interesting agents' proposition write, WOMANS' PUBI.ISHINO COMPAQ , Nashville, Tcnn. Farm Drain Tile Make Your Wet Land Productive. py field into the most productive-spoGood til-- , tin your farm. properly placed, not only enrrieMdl surplus water, it admits air to and makes it easy to werk. It improves any soil. The iner neo in the value of the land is nmnv tunes the cost of the tile The lit.--t year's erop from tiled land .pavs for it. Any body can do the work successfully. Write for pariieu-lar- s or cell at oui plant. tle-so- ll turn that low, wet, useless, swam- By t lie u?e of drain tile ynu em. t Red River Brick & Tile Company, TANTON, KKNTD( KY. to eight cents. i- y -- -- B K CAPITAL, STOOIC. 6100,000 liOO.OOO t! mVIUlOl) I'KOFITH. B j;; HUKITOSAMIU.N- - e -- p l" jj Wjncil'kstkk Bank, Ol'i XVlNCIIMTIlH. KY. "I the . 1 S; w. N. IlOI.f.V WlTllKHHI'UON, PlIEH. R. NfiiAit. O AH11IKII. tV 1 RADE MARKS DE8IQN3 C0PYniCHT8 &C. 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C. me-hal- I , , i Woman'sTonic Cardui is successful, because it is made especially for women, and acts specifically on the womanly constitution. Cardui does one thing, and does it well. That explains tlie great success which it has had, during the past 50 years, in helping thousand.; of weak and ailing women back to health and happiness, If you are a woman, feet tired, dull, and are nervuXs, cros3 and irritable, it's because you need a tonic. Why not try Cardui? Cardui builds, strengthens, restores, and acls in every way as a special, tonic remedy for women. Test H for yourself. Your druggist sells Cardui. Ask him. rpl..ChttBOOM MtdWae Co.. Chatlincot. Trnn , HWA' UJ'AJvi " book, ilouw Titatauat lor woman," ical Inc. J i Ja r - w, SWiFT&CQ,: B , j for Sixcul Ituhvtttuiu, mil 6-- 55