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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): May 1, 1913 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1913 cla1913050101_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.): May 1, 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. & r. THE CLAY CITY TIMES7 $1.0(1 n Year In Advance.' W'i are here to lelp Clay City, the Surrounding Coootry and Ourselves. 1. & Burgher, Publisher. VOL. XVIII. Powell vs. Estill. l.:tst week wo published report of Hie condition of our two CLAY CITY, KT., THURSDAY. Times' Correspondent In Congress MAY 1, J9I3. NO. 18. county was in Stanton on Monday of thin wrek and informed us thut he has captured n hoop uet at the mouth of Cane creek. If he only knew whose it wan he would prosn cute him to the full extent of thx law for it is a violation of tho fish and g.me ,avr to catch" fisb only with hook and line and a dip net. We are glad to know that we have a Game Warden who is going to see that the game laws are enforced. Thousands of little fishes are killed by dynamiting and seining when it is wrong and brutal to do so. There would be p'enty of fish for everybody if they were allowed to grow und then be caught in the proper Ulydo II. Tavenner, the bright GOOD RESULTS STANTON NEWS. Don't forget to help beautify the cemetery. Mrs Capt. Ewen, of Jackson, is visiting friends in and around Stanton, this .week. Mr. Lewis Miller, of Breathitt county, was visiting his brother a few days the past week. Mrs. D. R. Clark is visiting her- daughter, Mrs. Myrtiee Conlee, of near Paris tins week. kanks, which show a combined lot sl of $270,000.00 on doposit. this we consider an excellent sjiowtntf,,, hnd. wj doubt if any TfaJfr&ebd h fc? lift ho St'atcfwit h Kit ill's population can come up ui this mark. Estill Tribune. . X,lVveff county hasn't the pop. ' uliittpn that Estill has, but we havt'. more dollars per capita on deposit in riur banks. Estill has 2,000 population. Then taking t ho $270,000 ou deposit, we find there is a per capita deposit of Powell county has 6,000 S22.50. population, and the reports of our two banks April 4th show a combined deposit of $150,808.08 of a jut capita deposit of $20.55 $22,50 in Estill Estill's showing in this matter is good Inn. it stands only for old Powell We to down her this time won't blow much about this incident for fear our neighbor heats us the next time. 1 young newspaper correspondent at Washington, who has furnish- FROM WEBB LAW ed many nice article for the Clay City Times, has been honor- ed by n 6pat inPongress from the Foiirte6irtlriil(iJdiUlsrict,'wliIcK LAntirSglooiv LMija Mtmber of Kentucky to See That has always before sent n Kepub It Is Enforced lican to Congress. Mr. Tuvonner is. but 81 years old. Mrs. Tuvehnor, his wife, is 21 years old, and for three years DRY TERRITORY TO BE DRY was stenographer for Senator Robt.' M. LaFollette. Mrs. Tav- - Efforts To Be Made To Have Enactec" enner deolares her husband and In All States Laws Similar To ttu her former enployer, Senator La Kentucky Statute, Which Prohibits Carrying Express Companies Follette, ure of the same political Liquor From Wet To From Territory. Dry stripe. She says Tavenuer, of Special. Tho triumphant exultatlt" course is the purest kind of a Democrat an I, consequently, so of the leaders of the the IB Lal'ollotte, but the latter league over the enactment ofdirecWebb law is manifest In mauy doesn't know it. Mrs. Tavenner is as much interested in reform tions. active worker1 and prominent An politics and Government as her Kentucky member of the league, when husband, though we do'uot learn recently asked concerning the effect of that she is a suffragette. the law, made the'?ptlowlng statement: Anti-Saloo- n The Trial. The trial of the Smothers negroes at Winchester last, week resulted in a, hung jury. Ten were lor electrocuting Tenny Smpth-- r and Frank Williams.who did the killing, but two of the jury iv ere for only life 6ontcrices:of t hese two together,witb the titio Is "Making Qood. Judge Riddell seems to have all the other candidates bluffed off in his district, and ho has done this by proving to the people of this district that he sincerely staudsfof the morals of the coun try, which calls for a strict enforcement of tho taws of the laud, and Judg; Kiddell is doing Ins best, to ,?.UIorce, tlie.se Jaws. and good re".We hope sults from the "Webb law, and we Intend to see that It is enforced. "It Is not so much' the bootlegger and blind-tige- r peddlerjthat we were aftir when we asked, congress to pass the Webb law. Tho focal slate author!-- 1 ties can always get after them, but what we want Is come means of stop ping shipments lor personal use. "What Is the 'use, of our golngjjo the onort ana expense or vouuga county or a state dry If every manibV such territory can ordr,and..Bettu'l uor shipped to Mm f&t'hls-,Mns.- : Is this practice wmcn we intend to break up. "Where a territory Is voted dry, we Intend that it shall be really dry. "We demanded of congress and secured the passage of the Webb law after years of effort, and we have no Intention of letting a stream of whisky Bow into dry territory protected by the excuse of a right to get the stuff for personal use. "It is this very personal use trafQo which we Intend to stop. "If the country Is to be taught tem- Not for the sake of the office, but for the sake .f his solemn duty to himself, his people und his While assisting in the loading Creator. f some farm machinery for his son, K. S. Christopher, at Pilot The L. & N. has Clay City down View Tuesday, W.J. Christo- on the list of wet towns in makpher sustained a severe injury ing out a 'memorandum of fbwn ii bout the head, two gashes being where liquor may be shipped in cut to the bone, one above tho oboyanco of the now Webb law, eyes and one on a cheek bone. recently passed by Congress. While very painfully injured, This if a mistake, we suppose, perance by our efforts, this shipping of Mr Christophers injury is not at but until corrected Clay City is liquor to the homes must be stopped. all serious. open for tho shipment of liquor. This Is the logical attitude of the ti,,:ii u J have no opposition "if ho made again June 80th at special good" and he is "making good." tried Rmh term of the court. It Anti-Saloo- n We Handle the Beft And yet the Cheapest. Not altogether because the REST is alwajslhe cheapest but also because in some instances we are selling the BEST quality for loss money than our competitors are celling an inferior like article. league. "Having, as we claim, the right to secure the regulation of the people In their personal habits, so far as the use of liquor Is concerned not only In public, but In their homes we will soek to use the strong arm of the law In enforcing our plans. "To this end efforts are being made to have enacted in all the states laws similar to the Kentucky statute which prohibits express and railroad companies from carrying liquor from a 'wet' county to a 'dry' county for per sonal uso. "There will be real prohibition when a man can not get a quart oi uquor shipped to him for his household use. but It is surely coming, and the people of Kentucky and the rest of the country may as well prepare to uelooine tbe day." Public Sale of Bank Stock. We have just received BRAND HATS new consignment of LIBERTY which are the BEST, and when yon u lenrn our price on them yon' will say they are also tho CIIEATEST. Lot us show you these goods and Bupply you with a hat lha.l earn bines both wear and style. LOWE 6c CROWE, UUftiY SKOAL HATS ROSSLYN MERCHANTS. Near the Depot. LIBERTY HATS SttClAt As Administrator of II. C. Hall, at the front door of the Clay City National Bank, in Clay City, Kentucky, at public outcry to the highest bidder, on Saturday, May 10th, 1913, at 3:30 o'clock p. f shares of the in,, two and capital stock of the.CIuy City National Bank. Said Btook will be sold on a cred it of three months, the purchaser to execute bond with good security, bearing interest from date of 6a! e. This April 30th, 1913. Bex Hall, Anything to be in stylo now days Adwr. of II. C. Hall, deceased. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. no matter whether one looks like fright seems to bo th James B. Hall, pf Lexington, fa freak or a was in the city Monday. slogan among the society bugs. Services 2nd aud 4th Sabbaths of each month. They say that Lexington is lain' Cow 1'eas (or Sale. besides Fifth Avenue in New York Prayer Meetings, Wednesday even Seed peas at market price. Now iiigs. City. Will go higher later. Chug. G. Mann, Pastor. The Game Warden of Powell kJ. E. Burgher. I will sell one-hal- way. Misses Bessie and Annie Hard-wie- k Tho August Primaries will soon were visiting kin frlks in he here and we shnll select the men Lexington several days last week who are to be our officers of the thoroughly enjoying themselves. county Let us see that we pick Mrs. Mollie Mansfield is visiting out the best men in the county, no friends and relatives in the Blue matter what their politics are. We Gruss country. She will to fur- want men who have back bone and ther west if not benefitted in health. who will be conscientious in their line of duty, who will see that the PJoyd Clay has opened up an ict f aws are enforced, who will treat cream parior in me oiu coun til violators of the law nlike and House; building. This is good newt vho will work for the best interests eeeiug the hot summer days art f our county. As our county is soon to be here. ocal optien lei us put in men who Rev. J. T. Adams was called t tre in favor of local option enforce-nen- t. Winchester Monday on account oi And let us put in men for )he death of his neice. :Mrs. Maggie vhat they are, and not because '(nomas. Bowen. Funeral serviced . bey are a Democrat or a wdrsrheid-t- tt 'Winchester.1""' is a bolter racn han the Republican then put him Prof. Altar's mother, of Kncx n and visa versa. Let us not make ville, Tenn., is visiting him durine dm buy his olliee with money and Commencement week, and also, the Misses Woods, of Illinois, are vhiskey, but give him the office ecausewe realize his sterling char-ictehere during the week for Comability and worth to us. The mencement. man who buys his olliee with mon-- y A now visitor arrived at the and whiskey will do other things home of Mr. and Mrs. Millard Ben qually as bul. Let us hope that net on the 28th. He weighs the in the coming primary that there is small miin of eight pounds and hat not a man in our county who would decided to stuy u while. Ishmeal legrade himself so low as to sell Worth Bennet is his name. his vote, and let u hope that there Mrs Max. Holder wag taken to s not a man running for office who Lexington Monday to be treated o would degrade himself that he the doctors in a Sanitarium. Max vould buy a vote of his fellow man und his boy, Buck, are both in bad When men wiil buy and sell votes shape but are ut the home of Max't- - then we nre indeed in a bad shape. father near Itosslyn. The other two The highe8i duty of any man is to children are being cured for at Mr vote and that vote ought to bo purchase. It is not true that Scott's and Mrs. Lizzie Mcintosh. every man has his price though There was a hung jury in the it does seem that wuv sometimes case of the negroes for the killing when we see how much money and of Marshal Pettit. Ten of the jury whiskey is used in elections. We were for the death penalty for all ought to go up to a man and say, the men while two were for giving "Here, wo want you for County George and Dick Smothers a life Judge or whatever olliee it is, and sentence. The caso will be tried a- - it will not cost you a cent to run. eain at the June teriu of court at Wo want you because of your abilStanton. ity and because we need you." It to s o a comic show is a shame that we make our men If you want this summer just go down to Lox. huy their ofllco or liavo to use monT know of a lnton or any large city and see ey to be elected. some of the new style dresses that xplendid christian man, with u fine are being worn, but be sure you character and who would have don't laugh till you are back home mado an efficient officer, because ln whisor they will think that you are would not use any money or key. They defeated him and put from the back woods. How thankful we are thut our girls and wo in a man who was not much of but he belonged to tho men ure sensible in their wearing thought party that won. Let us get abovo apparel here in Powell county. They look queenly and womanly partyisiu and vote for men. I am besides some of the freaks that are for the best man and I do nut care parading the streets of the cities what his politics are. at r, Dr. C. D. Mansfield was called to Richmond to serve on the jury of the Federal Court which is in session this week. iiU. order that tho supply should not be exhausted. lie said it would he a detriment to his rond and the community to strip this secPUTTlISUKP KVKKT TIIUItSlAV. tion of ties for other roads. The above statement of the .Subtfcription rules 81 a yenr or three head of the L. &, N. railroad years in advance $2. demonstrates what wo snid in a recent issue, that were it not for .1. 15. IJurijher, Publisher. the arbitrary power of the L. & Kntered as second-clns- s mail innttcr. N. railroad, ties would be worth more on all its lines in Kentucky. THE TIMES. easy task to got an nvowuil temperance man to vote for any kind of a whiskey measure, and any temperance legislation, for fear of the constitution, which they seem to regard as a whiskey barrel. How's This? We are showing an Elegant Line of FALL AND WINTER Thursday, May 1, 1013. CLUB KATES. For the convenience of our subscribers, we have arranged club rater with the following papers at mentioned : The Times and prices-helo- Ties would be worth more by at least 10 cents on the stick if the L. N. would aid tie shippers in Courier-Journ- al " " " Cincinnati Enquirer Louisville Herald Home and Farm 1.01 1.10 90 1.00 90 75 " It land Farmer " American Farmer Southern Agriculturist ANNOUNCEMENTS. getting best results every way out of their shipments and charging a reasonable freight rate. Something must be done for tho evident dishonest management of the L. & N. Powell county neoplecan do more than cau be Hone elsewhere. They can annul the sale of the L. fc E. to this ravenous octopus. They shall have an 'opportunity to lend the movement aid. Will you help? po-litic- For County Attorney. We are authorizsd to nnnotince 0.0 Atkinson ns enndidnte for County At- -t urney of Powell county, subject to the clec-tlu- action of the Democratic primary in August. For County Court Clrrk. n We are authorized to announce J. P. Cxnbtree as candidate forCounty Court Clerk of Powell county, subject to the action of the Democratic primary election in August. For Assessor. We are authorized to announce S. A. Ivuster ns candidate for Assessor of Powell counts, subject to the action of the Democratic primary election in August. For Jailer. We are authorized to announce Jesse ns candidate for Jailer of Powell fonnty, subject to tho action of the primary election in August. sagar realize? Tlntt. the present high Tariff on ngar is costing the people near ly two cents per pound, or over $180,000,000 annually, according to the testimony of Mr. O. A. .Spreckles, President of the Fed- 'aral Sugar Refining Company, a concern independent, of the Trust. Only $52,000,000 of this .linount is collected by the Gov ornment and the balance is trib ute extorted by the Tariff-favo- r t.'ll interests. That the per capita consump. , (ion of 6ugar in the United States is nearly 82 pounds annually, so that the average family of five persoiiR uses 408 pounds of sugar f :t year, making their sugar bill $24.00? And the increased cost of this single food product o the average family, due to the Tariff, is about $8.00 a year. That if the Tariff on sugar was jemoved a barrel of sugar instead of costing the merchant on Hie average of about $18.00 could bo bought for $11.00, or less? Do dealers ami consumers of Apropos to the Kentucky situation the Louisville dv. Post published, m its issue of thecnnpt'.'ntl0n 11th, a striking carton. It represent Senator Janien seated in a Commissioner's Sale. Powell Circuit Court. whicky barrel upon which is Frank Crowe, Adnir.,&c Plaintiffs, written "King James the First versus (and last)." Of course he is Minnie Patton, Ac, Defendants. wearing a crown and has on royal Notice of Sale inTSpuity. By virtue of a judgment and order of robes and before him prostrate, sale of the Powell Circuit Court, renare his subjects, the Democracy dered at the Mar. term, 1013, thereof Kentucky. He is seated by a of in the above cause, the undertable upon which is a large pie signed will on the 6th day of May. 1013, out of which he has lifted a slice at 1 o'clock p. m., orthereabout, (being upon which are the words "For Court Day,) I will as Com'r , proceed to to the Ben Mursliell" (Marshell is the offer for sale at Public Auction of six highest bidder, on a credit preference of James and Cantrill months, at the Court House door, for collector of the 7th District Stanton, Ky the property mentioned ver Editor (Breckinridge). In in the judgment, Situated on the waters of Peck creek, liis left hand he holds aloft a Powell county, Ky., and bounded by knife which is piercing the Webb lands of Andy Mcintosh, Vivion Kirk, Bill. J. .T.. Martin. Weeden Tipton. O.tti Stanley and James are )now"n Prewittand Margaret Kirk, and conto be sympathizers with the taining about 100 acres; or sufllcient , so ordered whisky element in the party in thereof to produce $ and the Post, in this to be mude. the State The purchaser will be required to striking manner, shows what give bond, with approved security, for Keutuckians may expect for Hub tho payment of the purchase money , to effect of a Replevin new "Ollie-garey." Sowers' have the force and tl Interest from the Bond, bearing leg day of sale, according to law. Gatling Gun. to-w- it: We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. We.the nndersined, have known F J. Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable in all business teansactions and financially able to curry out any obligations made by his firm. Walding, Kinnan & Marvin, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cum 'taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the Testimonials sent free Bvst'.m. Price 75 cents per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. Take Hall's Family Pills' foi ; GOODS Including Cloaks and Wraps ScmBS Ladies' Suits, Millinery, and etc. MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING to fit you and your pocketbook. i When you want any kind of Merchandise, think of SHIMFESSEL'S and give us the opportunity to please you as we have been doing for so many years past with satisfaction both to you and ourselves. Everything to Please theCustomer Figures That 'Talk Farmers, Merchants, Timbermen, and all those whowant a place ofjsafety for their money: This is a National Bank, established in 1889 and has been doing since that time. h business continuously It is as safe as any bank regardless invested in invested in First Mortgage The whiskey gang in Kentucky ' seems to have been, and to be' jJUlJiliaitc liiuiiujr la jiaiu now, better represented in ConBond payable to Commissioner. gress than the other people of the KOMULUS JACKSON, Master Commissioner Powell State. It sometimes seems an '.! Bidders will be prepared to comply with these terms. A lion will be re- 1,1 till nil till. 1... 1 of size or location; see our statement. We have $25,000.00 ....., United States Government Bonds; Bonds on Railroad's, $25,000.00 besides over $60,000.00 of loans to our customers, Send us your deposits and feel se- - every dollar of which is perfectly safe. C. C. cure in its g. MRS. J. W. WILLIAMS. Clay City National Bank, CLAY CITY, KENTUCKY. That tho purchasing power of dollar, on the average limited o 10 pounds under tho present high rate, would bo extended to 'Jo pounds under Free Sugar. That the tariff on sugar, a daily necessary of life in every household, is one of the highest rates in the entire Schedule and compares with tho rates on luxu;i Capital Stock, Surplus and Profits, Shareholders' Liability, -- -- $25,000.00 $6,000.00 $25,000.00 Our Window Black Cat Hosiery America's Handsomest Hosiery Has flood die left (or 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 year it has earned a better name for excellence that's whyithasgair-e- d the confidence of the American Family that's why it is demanded, purchased and worn by buyers of judgment and sensible economy. ht hose-mer- ries as follows : Ad Vdlut em USE HOPE Sugar Purs . . Ohiinipagiio Automobiles .... .... . iiate of Duty . . $ is MILLS FLOU . 78.87 70 Jo 50 15 10 Good Bread and Butter the back bunt- - of the tuition and. iimkw the bent food fur children ii.j well un for their mrentH, Km tliu children' lunch biibket iih well us thut of tho incfiliunif, there it; nothing more, pulutnble tliiin the light, white (lelicioiiiiiiKl nuti It linii bread intide from the l'erl,lloiir. ilare faint uary Diamonds Milton ings and Stat- convince yourself as to its merits! Feel its luxurious softness see its shapeliness its knit "glove-fitting- " for style of softest yarns for comfort colored by the highest salaried dyer in America for beauty made with extended reinforcement in heel and toe for wear. d See the Black Cat at our.hosiery counter Smith, president df LOOK FOR THE SIGN OF THE BLACK CAT & Nashville and you'll be sure to set satiiactioayou'll get hosiery that is the product of the highyears successful manufac Company, stated on the est skill of the latest improved maciiiaery-- of twenty-eigMaud that it was the aim of his turing experience. You'll get the most durable and desirable hose made Black Cat. mad to keep ties moving as slowly Made as possible ti (itii thU territory in 11. the Louisville Hail-roa- ht -- MRS. J. W. WILLIAMS. by J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, Ky. TUB A HOME-MADE TIMES. PA1KU. elsewhere. Wo wish to call your attention The latest in politics is that to change in Hardwick fc Com- Owslov Stanley will quit the pany's ail. thin wool; and ropiest race for United States Senator that you read it before buying and let Gov. McOreary make the fight, Fish arc said to be biting but we see but few of the tribe taken in when our return home nbout sundown. Trees! Trees! Trees! Fruit ,and Ornamental Business The people along the road beLEXINGTON, KY. tween this city and Spout. Spring Strawberries, Shrubs, Hedgtns, Asare interested in a telephone line paragus, Rhubarb, Grapes, HosBOOKKEEPING, SHORTHAND, and are negotiating with the ex es, Peonies, Phlox, etc. TYPEWRITING. change people in this city for conEverything for Orchard, Lawn indOa'dcn. nection with them. They are Cashier A. T. Whitt has boon Elder V N. Taylor, who ready to build the lino out nnd This school has turned out hunNO AGENTS confined in his homo several days preached here Tlmradnv inuht of FREE CATALOG out if satisfactory arrangements dreds of men.and women who this week with tnnsilitis. last week, continued the meeting an be made for are successes. It.willmakc connection with H.F. Hillenmeyer&Sons on up to Saturday night when he a success of you. exchange. We hope to see the .Indue Mann will preach 'at Lexington, Ky. left for Winchester. this line built and other lines llosslyn the second Saturday Write for Catalogue. night nnd Sunday in May. Time for Spring cleaninc is built on all roads leadinsr to and from Clav City. with us and we should he putting The famous old Estill Springs! Wonderful Skin Salve atrlrvine will not be opened for.' pair for health's sake as well'as Bucklen's Arnica Salve is known guests this season according to common beauty. everywhere ns the best rpmedy the Estill Tribune made for all disensps of the skin Bank statement. of Elder M. l Lowry, of in nod also for burns, hruises and The attention of our readers is occupied the pulpit at boils. Reduces infliitnatinn nnd is the Christian church Sunday called to the statement, of the soothing and healing. .1. I. Sossa- Powell County Deposit Bank in man, publisher of News, morning and at night. of Porne this issue of the Times. Uin'or Hub, N. C, writes that one hex Andy Ledford, of Crab Orch- a new state law state hnnkitiir ard, Lincoln County, was here institution's must report at the helped his serious skin ailment, other remedies failed. Onlv 2.jc. last, week. Mr. Ledford is well same time that National banks Recommended bv all dealers. jjj pleased in his new home. Tiles, Mantles, do and are al.;o examined in like Adv manner. The exatriincrs called The liev. I. T. Spencer, pastor B. F. Ledford will shortly bank a few days aiio and of the M E. Church, South, will it this move to Lincoln County to re going over the books and preach at his church in this city after examining th" "vstem of the side. Sunday morning and at night. banks management, found it to Mrs. Ilattio A. Cecil, of Lee We have had a touch of real bo in a safe, solid and sound con county, and James Hnlman, of winter the past week frost, dition. He complimented the Bowen, this county, were marrito or as many as two morn, institution and its management ed at Stanton the 17th inst. by ings in difl'er 'nr parts of the verv highlv. Judge Hardwick. This is the county. second venture of fir groom and For the Week and Nervous the third of the bride. A singui weak, nervous men Postmasters appointed by lar incident of the bride is that Tuft's administration will not l e and women would feel ambition enerifPiic, full of life and alwavs all of her husbands have been removed ecepi for inefficiency veterans of the Civil" War and Cor. Main and or lieiilect of will be hive ii good appetite, if they would Masons. lo the s iiUi e thine forheulth allowed to li out tlteir four take Klectrie Bitter. Nothing ye ir term of office. Best Medicine for Colds for the Moiiuich, liver or kid- Wehn a druggist recommends a Constipation Cured. '11 hu nils pity they owe reined." for colds, throat and lung !)., K'inyV New Life PilW. m. ilei fii) home troubles, you can feel sure that he t eir live. relieve nMistipntinn promptly miri r me ' . Mrs. O. Bhinevault. of knows what he is tn)kinr about. git your bowels in healthy cond'-tin- Vestal Center, N. Y., says: "F re ('. Lower, Drugget, of Marion, John Supsie, of gard Electric BitteiBas one of Hie writes of Dr. King's New n. savn: "They are the greatest of gifts. I e n never for : "I know Dr. King's New be-- t jiills I ever used, and I advise get what it h:ts done for me " (Jet Discovers is the best tbrout and everyone 10 uh them for constipa- a bottle yourself m il newlmta lung medicine I soli. It cured my tion, indigestion nod liver com- uuiercnce it win mane in mr wife of a severe bronchial cold afplaint." Will help von. Price ','50. iiealth. Only 50c and 1 00. Rec- - ter all other remedies failed." It Recommended by all dealers. d. otiiineinled by all dealers. Adv. will do the same for you if you aro suffering with a cold or any W4 bronchial, thcoat or lumr rniiirh. Keep a bottle on hand all the time g 3 for everyone in the family to It is a home doctor. Price GO no Guaranteed ly all dealers. SI. 00 Jus A Wallace will build a THURSDAY, MAY 1, 1913 two story brick business block at Irvine. The buildings will be tn west main street am' compose LOCAL BREVITIES. three storo rooms. against Beckham. Hillikan School, Win-Cheste- r, When Need : Builder's Cabinet Hardware, Grates, nf-- tr jj Cooking or Heating Stoves, ap-peiri- j Go Write ireii-ou- t. Grubbs & Benton, Broadway, ot. t Winchester, - Ky. -:, ti o, Hg-i- . San-bnr- Dis-cover- v HARDWIRE & COMPANY. Come to Our Store And let us show you what we cairy. n in-- e - Adv. Spring and Summer! GOODS. Our Spring and Summer Goods are now in and we want you to call and see them and uet our prices. You should nice line of goods Notion-, Commissioner's Sale. Powell Circuit Court. Geo. I.ylc, Jr., Ac, Plaintiff, versus Abe Lauifrum, Defendant. Notice of Sale in Equity. By virtue of n judgment nnd order of sale of the Powell Circuit Court, rendered at the Nov. Term, 1012, thereof in the above cause, thu. under signed will on the 5th day of May, 1013, at 1 o'clock p.m., or thereabout, (being Court Day,) I will asOom'r., proceed to olTcr for sale at Public Auction to the highest bidder, on a credit of six months, at the Court House door Stnnton, Ky., the property mentioned in the judgment, Situated in Powell county, Ky., and adjoining Preston Johnson, T. G. Wat- iiii. and bounded on the South by the road lending from the Furnace to Stanton, containing about 4 acres; or sufficient thereof to produce $122.15, so irdered to bo made. 1'lie purchaser will be required to give bond with approved security, for the uwiient of the purchase money , to have the force and e licet of a Replevin Itond. bearing legal iutcicst from the da of sale, according to law. Bidders will be prepared to comnh with theso terms, A lieu will he retained on the property sold till all the purchase money Unid. Bond payable to Commissioner, ROMULUS JACKSON, Master Coitt'r Powell Circuit Court. to-w-- Our stock of Dry Cowls, t Croceries, Hardware. Clothing, Shoes and etc. n replete with Variety, Style and Quality. TIMS COMBINED WITH OUR want to know where vnu can uet the best selections and the most for your money or produce. We are especially anxious for you t call who are inter stcd in these iin- portant points. It i our aim to carry everything the But want to people want, bm can not here mentnoi al attention to the following lines that wo handle. call your Low Prices .Make it to your interest to give us a good share of We trive to please our customers be-- ; your trade. cause we know satisfied customers are our best asset's. ixxri Yours to please, WALDRON m & JOHNSON, 1 & & "Queen Quality" Shoes toi Wo men, in all ihe new things in tan-- gun metals and patents in both Brand Hats for Men uud low cuts and reaalar shoe., .Marx and "Heart" brand Clothing for Boys, Hart, chnffuer, and Men, "Mintor" Brand (Jlotbmg for Boys. We have them for both Men and Hoys in the lutest styles in pl.iin, t.lso in the new and r Hats popular Norfolk suits. WotnenV trimmed tnd in panauias and other popular styles, .Men's panama hats, wool, silk and wush irss good in nil the new things, rain coa's for all, neckwear, sun eases, trunks, carpets, umbrellas, etc , etc. 'Walk-Over- Shoe- - tor M.n nnd , "A-to- r" re.idy-to-wea- ii Waltersville, Ky. Hardwick & Co., Stanton. J Report of the Condition of The Powell County Deposit Bank, tbhiR business nt the town of Stanton, County of Powell, Statu of Kentucky, it the close of business on Itli day of April, 101?. HEUOUItCKS. xans anil Discounts . . 100,000.30 )vcrdrafts, secured and unse083 04 cured Stocks, Honds and other Se1,014.18 . . curities, 13,424.52 . ue from Banks, . . . 2,331.22 Cash on hand, 38.00 Checks and other ciisli items, Sinking House, Furniture, and Fixture, Total, 4,87o.OO $84,207.80 LIABILITIES. Capital Stock paid in, in cash $15,000.00 3,000.00 . . Surplus Fund, Jndivided Profits, less expens007.03 . es and taxes paid, "deposits subject to check, Time Deposits, Total, 1 . $.j8,2fll.21 7,300.00 05,000.21 $81,207.0 tatc of Kentucky, Set. County of Powell, J We, John W. Williams and E. II. '"oiler, President and Cashier of the named Hank, do solemnly swear lint the above statement is true to the test of our knowledge and belief. John W, Williams, President E. II. Fuller, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me liis 17th day of April, 1013. My Commission expires Feb. 28, 1014. J. B. Blackburn, Notary Public. Correct Attest : J. H. llardwick, T. C. Hall, S. D. Hall, Directors. 4 In Memory r of my dear liusbiind, J. II. who passed away April 29lh, '912. have longed for you, dear husband, Bur-;;he- Through this one longaud weary year My heart is filled with sorrow, My eyes bedimmcd with tears. ; people that the State Board of Health, in the exercise of authority vested in it by law, and because far mme than half the sickness ami nearly half the deaths of every year aro from preventable and filth diseases, hereby issues its proclamation earnestly urging the authorities of every county, city, towp, school, corporation und home to set apart Friday and Saturday, May 2nd and 8rd, 1918, for the most comprehensive, far reaching, clean up, liming and white washing enmpaing ever undertaken in Kentucky. It asks the officials to arrange in advance for teams to haul oil' nil garbaue and other refuse, and to provied proper places for their disposal, that householders, especially the women, childred und servants, cooperate in collectinc the same, and that teachers and students devote the forenoon of Friday o cleaning up and white washing the school premises, giving par ticular attention to the privies; and the Board makes un especial appeal for this cleaning up aIU' white washing at every cuintry home in the State. Swutting one fly of every 1000 hatched is all riliht so fur as it goes, but it is far better and easier to stop breeding them. Over 00 of flies are bred in horse mauuro, in stables an i their, surroundings. It takes 10 days fot flies to hatch, and if every burn and stable, tublic and private, could be cleaned, the manure scattered on the lields where it is needed, and this could be repeated every Saturday, it would practically end tlio lly business. Clean Up. it known of all Be FRUITS GOULD BE KENTUCKY GROWN $17,000,000 Spent Outside home Hardens of the pupil teachers and carefully cultivated for a yenr before being act out permanently. That the Interest In this real vita) work of education Is growing is shown by the fact that the number of trees .,, m i. State Each Year. SHOULD GROW THEM HERE. wjJL, ; ta to Save (or Roads. ntiiuher of our exchanges are making ado about tlx' fact that their Fiscal Courts were able to put over a good deal in 'the mutter of (licposiiig of the custodiiiiisnip of the county funds. In most of Hie conn'ies there is considerable rivalry for the place and the use of the pub-li- e moiicx briuus in quite u neat sum. Clark county seems to head the libt, receiving .f?t,107 per year, and tin nowu to Uarrurd, $10(1 Want. A Sehoola Are Striving to Help Solve Problema That Will Confront Our Children Uaeleaa to Talk to Older Farm en Boy a' Corn Cluba Point Way to Suceeta. 0.000.. 000 npple trees of bearing .age In It Is estimated that there nre tucky at the present writing. Our nnnua'f crop from these trees Is something like 3,000.000 bushels of Inferior quality. We s)end $17,000,000 for fruits of all kinds that could be grown In Kentucky. It is useless to talk to manv of the older farmers, for they will tell you: I per year. Eslill. however, is more liberal to her treasurer. Despite tho is perhaps the worst, fnct Unit-hcountv in the State, pays her Tieasurt r if2C0 per year for NoWf if we will take time to-ttix-mhlt 11 ligure how much road $250, plus" $100 will build, wo can have nit. idea hov much w ure iosing by reason of the Court's generosity. EiUI Tribune. ' ol.i papers our Spring cleaning y u t.tetl We hive them bundance at 2(c per hundred. In x iii-.ii- - TWENTY -- FIVE JONATHANS OUT. BOOT aBAITINO. The Board appeals to the press, teuchers, medical profession, I'uur fair face beams before mo, Women'sllnus and Civic Leagues From a portrait on the wall ; with the authorito That is nil that's left to cheer me Since you answered your last call. ties and people in doing these Sadly missed by your lnvitm things, because it will save monAife, Myrtle Burgher, and.cliil-lien- . ey, and will save, what is far more important, the health mil lives of the best people on earth Rosslj n. the men, women, and children of Sunday school was attended" Kentucky. with much interest Sunday for Given under o r hand, this the inclemencyof weather. tendance, 40. J .Mrs. Nnncv Lowe Might had the following April 25, 1018. John U. South, M. D., I'res. Tmisday J. N. McConuack, M. D., Sec. At- F John F. Lowe and family, Jell' (Jrowe, A. M. Lowe, James and Geo. W. Lyle made a business Dot a W j more. trip to Lexington last week. l Mrs. W. M. Howell from Misses Ida and Ivlnn Bukor Bridge, was taken Saturday wero the guests of Mis Jessie 'nurnitig to tlu Good Samarituu Wierman. II snit.il at Lexington and a fo Mrs. Dr. Sum Scrivner, of itm opt r ;ti jn performed liy Dr. is visiting relatives at S. II Barkley. Th appendix this place. t.d ,i grow.h was taken. Misses Georgia and Mary HowMrs. A. M, Lowe entertained ell, and Lydia Blythe spout Sunluesday the following guests: day with Mrs. W. II. Miller. Mi-- . D. W. Martin, Mioses Ida Mrs. Dudley Melntosh and son. .ml Zulu Murtiu, lua Ulnir, Una rowe, Di,ua W.vniore, Mis. Bet-i- Nelson, o' Miller's Cieek, wen L we, Mr. (J. N. Crowe and the quests of Mrs. Surah Adams ,ir. ami Mrs. John F. Lowe and Sunday. Timothy Hay on, Shelby, form Kansas Oily, Glenn and nitv delivered any wliee lius. I'ruye meeting last Wedues-iu- n Clay City at (i 1'cls per ban .1. i !(:. night, good attendance. Cow if n liny at the iO Biimlier Will ask old folks to come out to Sunday School and pruj er meet i g lor they are needed in the wort;. Help bring your children up in the way they should grow, t. ei we will not regret the. a ays through tV. Everyone in- vited to come. Services Sunday! at 11 a. ui. and 7 p. in. Kev. V. of BOURBON POULTRY CUBE K. Harding preached. Sunday down a chick's tbroit cnrvi lew .uliool at 10 a. in. 5ais, A waterdrop tu llic uU cures Nat-orae y guests : urnace. "Oh, yes; when I was a boy you could raise nil the fruit you wanted to. But now wnnl, I reckon It's Jus' run out." It must be the new generation with which we deal If we nre to save this annual expenditure of $17,000,000 some time In the future. We cannot go out to every farmhouse In the state and have n chnf with the farmer and his boys and girls, so we must mid a way to teach them easily nnd effectively.' The Boys' Com clubs point the way to success. They have been made posof teachers sible by the everywhere In the country, and the same Is possible la fruit culture. At Kwrrzr ;m;y?nrwr r,? r? T.r f,t r.r m one of our normal schools niiinl'ers of OAl'ITAr, STOGIC. til OO.OOO j the young people who are traliilir-- - for teachers lire ivttlnj: ready for thU I1 SUJJLM.IJH AiNI) UN- new crusade. ' UIVIUHO PKOI-'ITS- . J yOO.OOO afternoon this 'iirl'ic la Almost iinv Ida lniltl-lii.sthe basement of out' of the of table littered with root yo'nn apple tree, twlvs from tand ard varieties, thread, wired tas anil W knives mK'ht have; been seen. ok Vin:hmti3H. Ky. As rapidly iw deft Inters cut roots rn tit sntijr. thev were and twit: N. 1IUU.V WiTlllillHI'llUN, PlIKH. U wound with thret'il and pl.iced hi sitiill bundles. Thee bundles of tel. II f ' W. It. Hl'HAK. Uaniiikh. teen or twenty live tiny tive ""-- e then ' sent to the co'mj ist. M The-i'lit i', YOUIt ACCOIT.V I K SOtilOlTK trees wi turn that low, py field into the most productive spot on your farm. Good tile, K. E. A. MEETING AT LOUISVILLE. properly p!nced,not only curries off If never there, you ought to go. surplus water, it admits air to the If ever there, you'll want to go. soil and maker it easy to work. Kentucky Kducatlomil Louisville, April 30, May I, 'Z It improves any soil. The increace meeting. and 3. The crowd will be large. Bet- in the value of the laud is man)' ter arrange to go now. Special rail- times the cost of the tile The first road rates. year's crop from tiled land pays for It. Any bodv can do the work There is much of value written successfully. Write for particuthese days about work on the lars or call at out plant. farm, wiicb will never benefit, Red River Brick & Tile some fanners, because they have Company, l he notion that they are too busy KKNTCt KY. STANTON, read to of Kentucky as a fruit state. nssoi-latlo- See in, for Turshoo wants. Mis .1. V. William- -. to the homes of the students mailed this spring will be about Ave times us great as It wns two years ago. The first year the work wns Inaugurated 4,000 trees were grafted, last year 8,000 and this year about 20,000 will go 011 their mission of education. Make Your Wet Land Productive. With such work being done by teach-ers here nnd there over tho state the By the use of drain tile you phi. children are sure to see a new vision wet, ustkss, swam- READY TO SEND Farm Brain Tile 1 OVER 0R YEARS- EXPERIENCE Trade Marks qnlcklr ascertain our oiinloii free whether an liiTeiitlon ( prohablf liaLentAbto. Cotnmunlrn. tlnnaitrlctlrcanUtleutlain HANDBOOK on I'atenu out fiee. Oldeit aitencr for awurlnir patenti. f oleuti taken through Muun A Co. reeelre prcl.il notUt, without cuaree. lu tho AnTone Winciikstkk Bank, CopvnicHTs Ac ending a tkelrh misdescription niar Designs "a Scientific American A handiomelr lllniitraied weeklr. rear 1 Tjirceft of any aclentltlo Journal. Ternis, tl (our months, IL rwlJhall newadealeni. i:: MUNN&Co.3"8' JJranob Offlce. New York B.C, SHIPP'S Ci F BL, Waiblugton. QUICK-RELIE- F LINIMENT. This Is the liniment the people- - are talking, about. It Is the most wonderful remedy for relieving pain 1 have eo ('apt Anderson Berry, Lexington. Ky. I used this liniment and the and "unvnest dUnppearpd lll:e inagle .Taller V. T. llulleiiger. Lexington. Ky I For relieving nches and piiius bents any thing I ever saw. J. II, Letton, r.exliwui. Hi'- -- i It is the only remedy I have found that has given mo, any relief siucolwas pumllzed four yeurs ago Sirs. Susan Welboru, Xewburg, Ind. 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As a medicine for weak, tired, worn-owomen, Cardui is safe and reliable. Try If, today. ut 20NE 1 I v A RICHMOND, KY. mtid 11 R a tf MHiMbri. Tralalnt: Talk! la all School for Teachers CWM lv4laa t, ttcUwlt f Uburwa or Sale Foot iooiu cottage and three lots 'i western portion of city. Apply t T. is. ,i.l.u.!,Cluy ;iiy, Ky. i l J prevent cholera, dlarrhova smoother cblck dUciueii. One too bottle makes i: palloni of medicine At all drnegjulu. Sample and booklet on nl' cafe of Fowls" sent FRISK. Bourbon Rimedf C0.lnbrUa.I7 eaurata. Tulih;aKirt la aVla tuj Uiiltt rMt Bltarlra.nrr km4uI acll'awl,4-VHlMa,(avla,l'a'- a. kj..t. ! waaaal Ualalail ImIIJI.. l';Tn Jnuii UUkulua. lMu.Ua awleaaa. !. ir UaWrll. B..a4 (.naNiuWf. TkM IJu Jaaa-. lk TMie ifllll, Smaia a.l l,)mt c.ufc.a.r,: Hi 6kABBK 1WJrn, Wlittto: Ladle' Dc;t.. OutlauKaMedidnCo..Cluttjnnoia. book, "iiouto Treatment tor Women." torSfiniallnttnuthni. aiidU pjje Trnn. tcotlrcc j 60