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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): October 9, 1913 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1913 cla1913100901_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.): October 9, 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. f THE ( - LA Y . iti Oood Roads ""Y l). 7" TIMES. .1. $1.00 . n Year In Advanw. We are here to help Clay City..tlic Sarronpiing Country anj Ourselves. E. Hurgher, Publisher. VOL. XVIII. Fiscal Court Meets. . .. CLAY CITY. KY., THURSDAY. OCTOBER New Breakfast Food.- - Id)?,. NO. 41 Days. has issued Sam's latest advice to assist those who desire some relief from the high cost of living. Department of Agricultural corn investigation specialists declare popcorn is superior, when properly prepared tor the table, to many of the breakfast foods now on the mar- tbwftdtlii ibridgeVbetweWfi'.thiff k e fc.ii JAiidU fOO wo cth of . iJdppedl fi Fpifck? corn !i cost oi Duiiuitig rue new ronaou ages for the market. represent an be ascer- outlay of. only about $1 or $1.50 its practical grude-wil-l tained as nearly as possible, then for raw material, these experts the cost of putting the old road say. This amount of corn can be on a similar grade will be arriv- grown in a garden 20 feet by 40 ed at. The court then will be in feet. the best possible position to act In a farmers' bulletin just isconsiders bust for the sued the experts tell how to for what it grow popcoru, how to make it people of the county. into toothsome breakfast dishes TlptonBalley. and advise the children of houseAt the residence of the groom holds to take up this branch of near this city, Thursday, October home farming. 2nd, Mr. Paul Tipton, 47 was One article of food seems desmarried to Mrs. Elizabeth Baibe It was the d tined tocrops cheap this time. ley, of Furnace. Wheat, in Canada were venture of both the groom never better according to reports .yandijde. Elder AlberJ Easter from that country, and now that ifficla'ted-wheat is on the fnje list it. will come across the line and relieve Dr. Martin has purchased the U8ro some extent. The Repubhquse formerly occupied by Drt lican tariff placed a duty of 25 .moving- the same to cents a bushel on wheat, and if duty were still on, the good the Jdtdjoining'thVTinieB office. this crdps in Canada could not wheat Thejh'dublpn, thja Tot- 'is beirig; Benefit us any. torn' down) and will be put lip as Two splendid steers of Znde aifad'ditiWto1 the jhotiBeiie will Hodgsin. were :killecl, by a train nioTo there;!, -, ." A'd? THbVsdar ttiglir Tir The- protracted meeting at the ams crossing. The railroad comChristian church came to a close pany had neglected to keep up Sunday night after a two week's the gates as foamerly, and the session. There were about twenty-l- cattle strayed there from a pasadditions to the chnrch ture near Virden. ive during the progress of this meetDr. Hnydon, the veterinary, of ing, seventeen of them being by Mt. Storling, will be here Friday, baptism. Oct. 17 and at Stanton Saturday, Mrs. James Smith, 535, was shot Oct. 18th to practice his profesand instantly killed by Mrs. Silas sion. Anyone having horses, Gibson in a dance hall nt High cattle, sheep or hogs needing Bridge, Ky. Jealousy is believed treatment, should see. him while to have been the cause of the he is here. irtW-fdlrmrc- e 8ec-Non- The Fiscal court met in regular session at Stanton Tuesday. The usual routine of business vji8 up. The court will go over theroad between this city mid Stuwton Tuesday next uud then go over the proposed' new route und compare the grades, and de- cide in tliia way the place Popcorn for breakfuBt is Uncle Gov. McCreary proclamation designating Octo ber 21 and 55 a'iGood Roads days and calling on- nil citizens on those days to get out and work the roads of their 'counties between the houW of 8 a.m. and - 5 p. in. . ' TheprplaripnfjoMbw wv'.Urf lisvevr icei "Jen j ette rsfr in various person8Treriue'8tingfirie'to issue a proclamation designating two days for wqrk on the roads of the State; and the Kentucky Good itoads Association, held September, lfl,if913, at the State Fair, Louisville, JJy., unanimously adopted the'ifollowing resolution : " 'Be it resolved, that this association request' the Governor, James B. McOreary, to designate two days in the' latter part of October to be set aside for the purpose of work, on the public roads of the State of Kentucky, and ft . s - - -' v tlie-FrP- - killing. We sell The Bain wagons. We handle them by the carload, and can therefore save you money. It is one of the best wagons on the market. If you are in need of a wagon, and do not know The Bain, it will pay you to investigate them bv learning about them from those who do know t,,em" Hardwick & Company, Stanton. There will be an oyster supper at the Methodist church Satur day night, October 11 Ice cream and cake will also be served. The purpose of the supper will be to assist in raising hinds to recover the church property. Ev ery body invited to lie present. Judge Young has not yet and it now seems that he since he went to Frankfort the other duy, and returned still clinging to his title of Judge is not going to resign, Did it Ever Occur to You That an account with a Clean, Strong Progressive Bank gave you a considerable preslige in the business world? Accounts of all sizes welcomed by the Clay v City National Bank, CLAY CITY, KENTUCKY. something that wls not true. Tim words of appreciation given have helped him to forget the cutting flings that have been spoken him and he hasn't time to reply to any of them He does nrt write these items that ho might in-cur hatred and malice but that he might in Mj;tU!dPCo.s.uur.ris; tfuVt'dtvn his small way try to m'a'ko'Y and" "county one of the 1918, commencing ut8 o'clock in and will return Saturday when her best in the state. He craves for daughter, Annawill letve for the the morning, each day, and con friends as much as anyone but ho same place. will not silence bis voice on anytinuing until 5 o'clock in tlie af Miss Helen Welch is in Lexing- thing that he thinks is wrong ternoon. ton this week taking in the Trots. though every person in the town "The county judge and engi This is a great event in Kentucky, or county turns against him He neer of each county are directed and the papers say the largest was glad to hear Rev. .1. C. Hanley to aid the people in complying crowd evr r in the history of Ken- raise his voice in protest against, tucky is on hand to see them. the disgraceful doings of Rallv with this rcqnest and in circulatBebert Blackburn wus home over Da v. Will not more good citizem ing proper notices; and they are Sunday and returned to Louisville of the town rally to our support in authorized to select such persons Monday, taking his sen. Colson, making Munton a better town for as may be needed to assist. In with him where Colson will enter our boys and girls to row up in every county where there is no Reechmont Military School. Mrs. and for all of us to live in. engineer, or where they fail to Robert Blackburn will go to Lou- The writer has noticed in our own isville Tuesday. college here that there were soniact, the sheriff or other persons We have been talking for generare authorized to organize and ations about the awful liquor traf- young men attending it. They took to cgarette smoking, and now comply with this proclamation. fic in our country, and surely it is they are out of school. The cigar "Good roads facilitate the la u terrible curse to mankind. But ette destroyed their desiie for a bor of farmers in bringing thoir there has another evil arisen in our education. All college President is last few midst in products to market; increase the as deadly the not more years that the ill over the country have declared so than if beuelits of rural education by liquor traffic. It is an evil that that the cigarette is a brain deStataticiaiis have providing means by which the deals with the boys and young men stroyer. tlie average grade found of out that can go regu- - of our land, and it is time we be children of the State and that scholar is nd that f Ih l arly to the neighborhood schools ; gin u crusade against it. the Lust brainy men of our country leave i. evil is the deadly cigurett a better anu easier way furnish year there there were 0.828.(582,005 for the people to go to church, smoked, or 111 cigarettes to each alone. Our Statesmen Htid leader do not touch th and greatly enhance the value of person in th U. S. As many of us of our country he men that w poUonnus thing. dc not smoke them Mime one had onk up to and honor and crown u farm lands. to smoke our sliaie. The cigarette the great men of the earth are "This, proclamation refers to slowly destroys th" brain of a he railroads do dirt roads, turnpike and gravel young man. The student in school traid of them. not want a cigarette cinoker a one roads, and, as Kentucky always fulls far below the The husinei- of their eniplo'-ees- . takes the leud iu every move smoker. In fact if a young hoy is work savs that Ihcv do not wint meiit and as Kcntuckians desire attending school and then begins them. The places that demand smoke oiguiettes, it will not he clear thinking and a keen mind, tho bettormonjt. of our highways, to long till he will begin to fall behind are not for the cigarette smoker th y must come forward with en- - the other scholars, or else he will of all kind are suving. thiisiastn mid energy, and show soon drop out of school altogether. Kmployers send us your cigarette "Ho not the people of other states that Mai y of the candidates are out sumkers " Thev have . poor they can equal or surpass them over the county shaking hands chance iigains.r the in in the improvement of their with the people and getting ac this keen competition ofihehatth quainted with one another. We of life. Of course all lot fern an roads. r tlie race in iNnvemuer minis, and the lowei-- t elans' of "In- test itnony whereof I havo hope be that us was the Primary. men and box s are cigarette smokas will caused those letters to be made Rnouch has nlreadv been snid by ers. Ami many of ihose who patent, and tJo seal of the Com tho writer about the use of money to smoke them will soon land in that o the wiiter know monwealth to be hereunto affix- and whiskey,' and we hope that class N Done at Frankfort the first none of the candidates will stoop so such an item as lint is relented bv ed. II votes or alio low as to their, those who smoke eigaiettes day of October, iu the year of friends buy so for ihem. Let us does not write this tnat he might to do our Lord ono hoiiBaiid nine hun vote for the men that are lu offend them but that he uiitdit dred and thirteen, uud in the' qualified for the place, and put his voice against such an awful tiem in office because of whit they evil, lie craves friends as wl i, oue hundred and twenty-eecnu- d r anyone and wants the friendship of are wo-t- h to tie an officer of year of thu Coiinnonwealtli, ,jreat county. There, ar some at evervbndy he meets, but he wi JAMES B. MeOKEARY. line people in I'owtll County a can not si nice hU voice upon itnvthm.; "Bv the Governor; O. F; CKE be found in all KeiimcLy. The tliHt is wrong that ho iniulit ho, OELIUS, Secretary of State." writer buo been in iliniiuiit!s of the I'll diddp of anyone. - Joseph Boswdrjfi iind K. O. Ter rell be appointgaas a committee to wait, upon tlie Governor and present this resolution to him,' "Pursuant to(liese requests, I now issue this, my proclamation, calling.upon thejp"e.ople iu every county of the State of Kentucky to work on the. roads in their res pective countieS 'ob- Friday and that Messcs.fHarrv Summers homes in Eastern Kentucky, and he can truthfully say that Powell The Rev. B W. Trimble, of Jit, Sterling,, was a pleasant visitor in County holds its own when it comes to great hearted men and our town Tuesday. women who are loyal to their Mrs. Kate S. Bohannon is visit church and the citizeiship, and for ing schools of the county again this the best interest of our county. week. Let us continue to build up our The writer is attending the great county in education, religion and State Sundav School Convention at moral improvements. Wn are Louisville this week. never so good but what we can be Mrs. John Jackson. was' in Mt better, and let us not stop with niiAtittuL'. Jont. iwppk vinitinir hnr' only what is the. best obtainable. Nothing ,ia,too"good for our boy Mrs Fred Blackburn's mother, ariagirls, and we all' want thorn tn Mrs Prewitt, of Winchester, is vis make the best men und women that iting with .her daughter this week. it is possible for them to become. Then as citizens let ns surround We regret to learn that Mr. John them with influences and environW. Williams is quite sick and ments that make men and women must go to the hospital for treat noble and pure nnd strong, intel ment. lectually, physically and spirituallWm. Hardwick and Fred Black yburn are in Cincinnati this week The writer wishes to acknowledge buying fall und winter goods for the scores and scores of praises and .the Hardwick store. good things that have been said to Mr. and Mrs. Tom Boone and htm and written to him since he family have moved to Winchester began to write for this vnluublo where he will take up a position paper. The gopd things that have that his been offered to him. been said and the words of encour M. A. Phillips went to Lexing agement received have helped to ton Saturday where he met his son, lift the burden from this shoulders. loney, who returned home for a Plain language is easiest under brief visit with the home folks. stood and because of his great inJohn W. Tuttk, of Estill coun- - terest in our town and county and ty, Democratic nominee for Repre the people he has spoken very plain sentative from this district, was rn many, things. Not one person here Court day interviewing our yet tins ever accused him of writing STANTON NEWS. voters. Mrs. Mary Jackson and Miss Katie Jackson are virfiting in Louisville this week, and will probaly take in the Sunday School . Convention. i Mrs, E. h. Clark left Mondrfy of this week, to visit her daughter, k - 73. non-snink- I a- - 1 e r I - ct-- an 11 , ti I I I - E 118 8rl0 ft. to an ond post of east edge of the metal of said road: Deafness Cannot be Cured wire fence ; thence N 7 SO W 105 ft. to thonce 8 18 E 182 ft. to near a set stone by local applications, as they canto a stono NE corner of said lot; on tho cast sido of tho turnpike corner thence N 87 W 124 ft. to a stake to Asa 8. Kidd, formerly Susan Mc- not reach the diseased portion of Plaintiffs, O. O. Chcnault, Executor, corner thence 8 0 E 120 ft. to tho Olure, etc.; thenco leaving tho turn- tho ear. Tbero is only one way to vs. beginning, containing of an acre pike with lines of same N 25 2 E270 cure deafness, and that is by conAmanda Anderson, et al, Defendant. of PUBLISH Er KVKKI THURSDAY. land. ft. to a. set stono cornor to samo ; stitutional remedies'. Deafness i With reference to this parcel known thence N 14 4 E 287 ft. to tho Subscription rates $1 a year or three By virtue of a Judgment nnd Order as the Virden tract, tho Commissioner placo of beginning, containing within caused bv an inflamed condition of of Sale of tho Clark Circuit Court, years in, advance $2. is directed to and will first offer it for said Loundary 160 acres of land. the mucous lining of the Eustachat the September Term thereof sale in three (3) parts: First, that part Or sufficient thereof to produce the ian Tube. When this tube is in1913, in tho abore causo.for the' sum of of it which lies on the. south sido of the Bums of money so ordered to bo made. flamed jou have a rumbling Round J- - E. Burgher, l'ablishcr. Nine Thousand Dollars I shall proceed County road; second, that part of it For the purchase price, the purchaser, or imperfect hearing, nnd when it to offer (or sale at tho Court Houeo which lies between the County road Entered as second-clas- s mail matter. door in Winchester, Ky., io the highest and the Lexington & Eastern Railroad ; with appoved surety or securities, must is entirely closed, Deafness ip the execute bond, bearing legal interest bidder at Public Auction on Monday the result, nnd unless the inflama-tio- n - October 9, 1913. the, 27th day of October, 1013, at 2:00 and third, that part which lies north of from the day of sale until paid, and Thursday, can be taken out and this tube the Lexington & Eastern Railroad. He having tho force and effect of a Judgo'clock P. M. or thereabout (being will then offer said tract as a whole and Bidders will bo prepared to restored to it normal condition, ment. County court, day), upon the credit of accept the bid, or bids, which will pro CLUB RATES. comply promptly with these terms. hearing will be destroyed forever; six and twelve months, tho following duce the most money. For the convenience of our subJ. T. 8TOKELY, nine eases out of ten are caused by described property, 4. A certain tract of land being the scribers, we have arranged club rates Master Com'r Clark Circuit Court. Catarrh, which is nothing but nn 1. A certain tract of land in the remainder with the following papers at pricee of what is known as the county of Clark, State of Kentucky, Donahue tract, situated in the county R. A. GUILDS, inflamed condition of the mucous below mentioned : & JOUETT, and adjoining the Indian Field and of Clark, State of Kentucky, and ad JOUETT surfaces. Attorneys. The Times and Kiddville Pike and situated at Kidd- joining the Indian Fields and Kiddville Courier-Journ$1.00 ville and bounded as follows, t: We will give One Hundred DolThe Pleasant Part of it. " Cincinnati Enquirer 1.10 Beginning at an. iron spike corner toE. Pike and lying on both sides of Lulbo- lars for nny ease of Deafness (causIC grud Creek, and bounded as. follows 90 Louisville Herald One of the most pleasant things ed by catarrh) that cannot be curL.Butler In the middle of said pike: t: Beginning at a point in the 75 thence S 3 W 80 Home and Farrn feet to an iron spike center of said pike, corner in Anderson of newspaper life is the calling of ed by Hall's Catarrh Cure., Send .75 in middle of said pike, corner to E. E for circulars, free. Inland Farmer They are always 90 West ; thence N 79 V 70 feet to a stake, heir's line and corner to the land sold our frieuds. American Farmer F. J. Cheney & Co , Toledo, O Southern Agriculturist 75 corner to E. L. Butler t thence N 3 E to Emma M. Clay ; thence with lino of weico'me guests. We wish they Sold bv DruggietP, 7oo. Anderson heirs 8 0 30' E 670 2 ft. to a 8f ft. to a stake, corner to said Butler; stone corner to Edgar Baum; thence could always bring in u valuable Take Hall's Family Pills Tor Governor McCreary has done thence S 79 E 70 ft. to the beginning, with said line N 86 30' E 1546 ft. to a news item. the proper thing by designating including the Blacksmith shop. stone to said Baum, on the cast side of Good Road days. There has 2. A certain tract of land in tho Lulbegrud creek; thenee N 20 30 E County of Clark, State of Kentucky, 683 ft. to a stono corner on East side of been enough talk about good and lying near Indian Fields and Lulbegrud creek in T. J. Itaborn and roads to have them all good, but Indian fields and Kiddville corner to tho tract of land sold to Em talk is ubout all that has been Pike, beginning at (A) on the map, a ma 51. Clay ; thence with division line ft. of said tract S 5 W 1881 6 ft. cross done so far. Now that the ap- stake corner in the said road 11 pointed day for the beginning of N 0 W from, set stone on east side ing Lulbegrud creek to the beginning, and corner to Lot No. 1 the work has been named, let of roadand corner to Lot No. 4 ; (dower containing 22.51 acres of land. tract) thence every individual generously and with line of Lot No. 4 N 29 E 270 ft. to So much of what is known as the Mc Clure tract as will be required to raise certainly respond. It may be a stone corner on the east margin of an amount equal to the difference be' E 516 late but it is never too late to be- said road ; thence N ft. tween the sum of the proceeds of par gin a good work. We suggest to a stake in the middle of said pike at eels 1, 2, 3, and 4 and the sum of Nine the one thing, and that is, that what Oil intersection of dirt road leading to Thousand Dollars $0,000.00 the part to Springs and corner to Cooley & work is done that it be thorough- Baum ; thence with said dirt road N be sold being tho Southern portion of said farm, the acreage sold to include ly done, and too, on the places of 86 33 E 200 ft; to a stake in mid the improvements, and to lie between road that usually get the worst dle of said road : thence N 76 60' E 99 the Southern lino of the farm and a in the winter time. Let these ft. to a stake on south side of dirt road ; new Northern line, which is to be a Your sheep, hogs, places, as far as possible, be put thence N 52 45' E 422 ft, to the middle straight line running in an Eastward of said road ; Hhence N 79 45 E 478 ft, direction from the turnpike parallel to cattle, horses and in the best condition possible, to a black-jac- k tree on north side of the Southern boundary line ; said North mules ate subject to that this may serve as a model road S 65 30 E 210 ft. to a stake in mid- ern line to be so located as to make the deadly of piece of road and an example of dle of said road S 80 65' E 215 to a stake proper acreage so sold. Said McOlure worms. These ravenous, pests multiply by the millions, starve, your Stock, keep them poor, weak, and out of condition. what proper work on a road will in middle of said road S 78 30' E 367 ft. farm is described as follows : to a stake on north side of Said road ; 5. A certain tract of land lying in do. The Times force intends to be thence S 32 E 114 ft. to a, stake in tho the county of Montgomery, State of on hand these days with team middle of said road at the intersection Kentucky, and on the waters of the of the Kiddville and West Bend dirt Thm Great Worm Dastreymr ami CiuHMhmi and the proper tools for success road and corner to Cooley oc Baum ; North Fork of Lulbegrud creek bound it ed and described as follows, U madlcated (lock Hit that wUI "rid erttr animal on rear plae. of worm quick!? and keep thtm worm frM and healthy. Mo pur If It fails, no doalnc no drcnchlnc Juit put iui worKing. There win be no thence S 5 33' E 777 ft. to a stake on the Beginning at a small block walnut tree thamaaWw, It wMri til your atock can run to It fraalr. Thar wlU doctor carry It In tbrtva foatar, and al; aliaa from 73c la not aipooaiva. Wa put on ftaah. shirking. We have agitated east side of the last named road ; thence on the east sido of the creek and a up. CooMinaodfctapackaca to tlx. You will boplaaaad with tho raaulta. Wa (tiaraolaa It. with the middle of said road S 51 corner to Asa 8. Kidd, formerly Susun gooa roaas so long mat we are I Far Sale by l ft thence S 67 15' W 471 McOlure, etc. ; thence with line of same hungry for a taste of the real job 35' W 10445' ; W 118 ft. S. 39 ft. S 18 V 176 N 80 4 E 217-- 8 ft. to a set stone at a in company with our neighbors, ft. to a stake on the west side of pair of bars corner to same ; thence N We hope the attendance at these said road S 24 45' E 246 ft. to a 63 4 E 1870 feet to a set stone corner big workings will not be disap- stake on south side of said road and to same ; thence E 70 4 E 959-- ft. to pointing, and we dou't expect cornor to Cooley & Baum and lot No. a set stone corner to same and Cas1 Amanda J. Anderson dower tract: well Prewitt; thence with Prowitt's that it will. thence with line of dower tract N 66 10 line N 80--3 E 643 ft. to a point in Powell county in common with W 1631 ft to the beginning, con the branch 15 links 8 80-- 3 W from a all eastern Kentucky counties are taining 54 0 acres of land. stone set on the east banks, a corner to needful, so the brst citizens of 3. A certain tract of land in the said Prewitt and Moberly: thence up this couuty should take the lead. county of Powell, state of Kentucky, the branch with Moberly's line N 3 W Not in dictating how it should and lying on both sides of the L. & E. 299 ft. to a set stono at the forks of. side's of the branch, a corner to said Moberly j be done with hands in pocket, It. It. at Virden, and on both Brush Creek nnd bounded and de thence up tho left hand fork of the but by taking hold of pick and scribed as follows, to wit: branch N 24 W 534 ft. to a set shovel and showing how it needs Beginning at 1 on the map, a stump stone corner to same ; thence N 11 corner to O. O. Clemons : thence N. 17 W400 ft. tonnush tree on the .west side to be done and how it is done. Now for the development of 1 10 W. 405 ft. to 12 a stone corner to of tho branch a eornex to same ; thence : T. S W 223 ft. to a set stone on the county by making our roads theB. Ware ofthence & 7260' W 838 ft. to N 87 center the L. E. It. It. and con- the hill a corner to same ; thence N 1 4 good. Everybody must use our tinued in all 2640 ft to 3 a stone corE 337 ft. to a set stone corner to roads, then why not have them ner to T. B. Ware and C. 0. Curtis; same; thence 25 766 ft. to a set the best possible by everybody thence S 17 10 E 405 ft. to (4) a stake stono corner to Newton Abner; thence ft. to a set stone corner helping to make them good. The corner to same ; thence S 22 2 E 487 N 44 W 1168 stump corner to said Curtis to Jeo. Holmes in Abney lino ; thence ft. to roids profit everybody in the thence(5)Na86 V 705 THEY FIT SO IS EAT AND LOOK SO NICE ft. to (6,) a stone county, then let us all share in corner to said Curtis ; theuce 8 38 80' E with Holmes' line's 46 W 1452 ft. to a set stono in Grigfby'sline and a corWE ALSO THEM AT the glory of making these profits 670ft. to(7) a largo black oak tree corner ner to said Holmes; thence with Origs-by- 's by beginning promptly at 8 a. in. to E. D. Curtis ; thence 8 72 E 444 ft. to line 8 35 E 854 ft, to a set stone RIGHT. (8) a stone corner to E. D. Curtis ; thence between an elm and oak trees corner to Friday, October 24th. S 35 E 462 ft. to 9 a stone corner to said Grigsby ; thence 8 5 W 818 .When you you want to buy Merchandise, come to There is one cIusb of business said Curtis; thence 8 21 E 1314 ft. to ft. to a Bet stone on the south sidoofa flO a stake corner 10 8 63 30 branch just below an ash sapling, a coryou come one time you'll come buck our Store. If ft. that will not be represented at pine corner to nor to Grigsby ; thence N 86 W 1448 the Good Roads working, that E from smallthencetreo75 and1695 more. As space will not admit of pricing our Mersaid Curtis ; N E ft. to is the railroads. Mark our pre center of the L. & E. It. It., and contin- ft. to a forked lynn tree on a liillsidu a corner to Grigsby ; thence S 76 4 W Wu are chandise, come let lis price them' to you. diction, but good roads will profit ued in all 2640 ft. to 11 a stone corner 112 ft., to a set stone corner to Bame inlerest you in prices mid quiilily. no business more than the rail to Judge Mastln ; theuce N 20 E 3038 thence N 403-- 4 W 103 ft. to a set stono m sure we ft. to the beginning, containing corner to same, thence N 60 W 129 roads. The railroads' motto seems 0 208 acres or ft. to a large elm tree on tho enst to bo, "get every cent they can, include the area land which does not Pro-duc- e of tho It. 1(. Cash urancnoitne creek, a corner to same; m We heep from the people every cent church lot and grave yard. Tho thence 8893-- 4 W07 ft. crossing the j they can." In this they are em- Church lot is bounded as follows, be- creeic to a point, in inoniiuuie oi tiio ' 38 inently successful. ginning at a stone corner S. and W cor- Mt. Sterling ami Kiddville turnplko on ner of church lot and 26 ft. t 69 W aline between said elm on tho creek Not only is the campaign a from large sycamore tree marked as atida dripping ipringon tho west side 98 m ft. a of the turnpike, a corner to T. J, Itavery quiet one in Powell county, pointer ; thence N 65 E 208 btuko corner in Brush creek ; thence N born ; thonce along tho average midbut similar conditions seem to exfeet corner V ist in neighboring counties. We 25 W 208 65 W 208 to a stone thonce j dle of the turnpike as follows : 8 8 thence 8 8 11 ft ; ft. and 8 13 4 W 300 ft. and 8 7 are very glad to see it this way, 2.5 E 208 0 ft. to the beginning, con W 13386-1- 0 ft. and S 14 W 330 ft. and further hope that prevailing taining 1 acre of lund. The gruve-yar- d and 8 2 1.2 V 158-1- 0 ft. and S i41-2- E cimiHtt'it u will continue until the is bounded as follows, it i Begin-- 1 270 ft. to a point in middle of said nlng at an end lost of wire fence N turnpike ;Uie nee N 7&E9 Uti.t u( liic c.'i tiiuit. l THE TIMES. Commissioner's Sale. 81 30 5-- 5-- 33-1- 2-- 3-- 10 ton-dcre- 55-1- to-w- it: al to.-wi- to-wi- 86-3- 66-1- 6-- 3-- 2-- attacks suaIVET Sal-V- to-w- montr-makln- c 4-- 8-- 3-- 7-- LOWE & CROWE, Rosslyn, Ky. 0-- 3-- 3-- 0 5-- 6-- 99-10- COJ1E TO OUR STORE 6-- -2 6-- 1- -2 7-- 3-- 3-- Haynes Hen son Shoes which covers the South like the morning dew. SELL PRICES Let us Show You this is the Store for Price and Quality. We Carry a Full Line of 3-- -4 7-- -2 4-- 2-- 10 7-- 2-- 2-- m 8-- -4 m right-of-wa- y, m sell ior and Exchangefor only. 72-1- m WM. ADAMS & 72-1- SON, 1- 72-1- 00 5-- 3-- 72-10- -4 1- -2 Xena, Ky. to-w- 6-- 15V THE. TIMES. A HOME-MADE E. F. llarns, of Borea, was PAPER. John Kimbrell goes to LexingTHURSDAY, October !l, 191U. ton today with the two children 000. of Sheit Johnson where he will place them iu the K. P. Home. LOOM, BREVITIES. A Gentle and Effective Laxative A mild, gentle and effective lax- Mr. Kimbrell attended the State J. W. Dawson, of Winchester, ative is whut people demand when meeting of the K. P. in Lexington last week. was here Monday buying cattle. suffering from constipation. s Thou-Bmid- here a short time Monday. An entire business block, comprising several stores uud ollices, was burned at Viiliumstnwi, Ky., causing u loss estimated at $75,000, with insurance of $80, G. W. Olark celebrated his G4th birthday at his homo Tuesday and had a number of friends to gather in and wish for him many more such happy returns. USE HftPF JU $ MILLS 2u home-made AN UNEXPECTED GUEST will enjoy the delightful trial of bread that is made from the Pearl flour. The loaves made from this high grnde flour are fine, light, white and of tempting flavor and a satisfying lucheon can be made on the excellent bread (with sweet butter) that is made from the Pearl Hour. for luncheon or dinner is i$. Rogers, of Dayton, Ohio, here visiting relatives and friends. . W. Judge L. Mann whs called to Jackson Sunday to olh'ciatc at funernljservices. i J. W. Coulee, of Kiddville, spent. Wednesday with Ins daughter,Win. -Mrs. Mike Wilson, of Levee, Mt. Sterling court market. Mr. and Mrs. Lisle Fox, of Clark county, spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives in the is in the county buying cattle for the city. Bert Burnett, of R. 1 Mt. Ster-lin- spent. Sunday with his brother, W. F. Burnett near the city. I. N. Berry who had a public sale at. West-Ben- Saturday, is moving to Beattyvillo to engage iu business. The soothing, healing medication in Dr. Hobson's Eczemu Ointment penetrates every tiny pore of the skin, clears it of all impurities s stops itching instuntly. Dr. Eczema Ointment is guaranteed to speedily heul eczema, rashes, ringworm, tetter and other unsightly eruption's,1 "Eczema OintStill In the Race. ment is a doctor's presciption, not Vaughu's Mill, Ky., Uct. 1, '18. an experiment. All druggists or by To the Voters of Powell County : mail, 50c. Pfeiffer Chemical Co., 1 have been advised that somePhiladelphia and St. Louis. one has quoted me as having made a statement to the eli'ect The first day's registration in that lexpecied to withdraw irom Louisville total 87,507, an inthe race for County Court Clerk crease of more than 0,000 over on the Republican ticket, uud the first day last year. The Dem1 now beg to say that 1 have no ocratic registration was 20,028 such intentions. I am in the which was an increase of 5,000 race uud expect to stay there unlast year while the Progresstil the returns from the Novem ives was about twice that of the ber electiou have been announc- Republicans. Those in charge ed, and shall appreciate your sup- of the registration of women Respectfully, port. were disappointed in the numS. G. BAKER. bers that came out. Hob-son'- by Dr. King's New Lite Pills. Hugh Tillman, of San Antonio, Tex. writes : "They are, buy ond question, the best pil's my wife uud I huve ever taken." Tuey never cause pain. Price 25c. at druggists, or by mail. II. K. Bucklen & Co. Philadelphia or St. Louis. sweur Eczema and Itching Cured COPvniGMTAPaCC9 Made by J. ANDREW GAIN, Versailles, Ky. When in Need of Builder's Hardware, . 1 Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles, Cooking or Heating Go to or Write Stoves, or kidney bility, constipation troubles should use Electric Bitters. They give relief when nothing e'se will, improve the health, adding strength and vigor from the. first dose, Mrs. Luu:a Gaines, of Avo-cLursayB: "Pour doctors hud Mr. 0. W.Du ncun has purchasgiven me up and my children and ed a modern moving picture mao chine and will 60on be giving all my friends were looking to die, when my son insisted that nightly exhibits. We welcome his show, as it will later tend to I use Electric Bitters. 1 did so, do away with the heretofore mo- - urn' they have done me u world of qood.'1 Just try them. 50c. und nntonous wintry evenings. "A 1.00 ut all druggists or by mail. little fun now and then is relish- H. E. Bucklen & Co. Philadelphia or St. Louis. ed by the best of men." PrediQtiohSN&resbeuit made by soniG'furmers in the vBJuegrass Miction that corn will go ttf$7 00 pen burre in that section before new.'corn comes again. a, The Familv Cough Medicine. Women Who get Dizzy There was no quorum at the In every home there should be a Is troubled Every woman who council meeting Friday niidit, bottle of Dr. King's New Discov No- with fainting uud dizzy spells, thus matters lie over till the de- ery. ready for immediute use when backuehe, heudaehe, weakness, vember meeting. Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, for-m- any member of the family contracts a cold or a cough. Prompt use will stop the spread of sickness. S. A. Slid, of Mason, Mich., writes: "my Whole family depends upon Dr. King's New Discovery as the best cough and cold medicine In the world. Two 50c. bottles cured me of pneumonia." Thousands of other families have been equally benefitted and depend entirely upon Dr. King's New Discovery to cure their coughs, colds, throat und lung troubles. Every dose helps. Price 50, and $1 00. All, druggists. H. E. Bucklen & Co. Philadelphia or St. Louis. Winchester, - Ky. HARD WICK & COMPANY'S Come to Our Store And let us show you what a nice line of goods we carry. P BOOKKEEPING 'o nf ni pu8ineao.riiunuuruJuyL.. 1 WILBUR R. SMITH BUSINESS COLLEQE IooorponiMutf sooasiortdOm TELEGRAPHY oilj.TJiUTenitj YrnWKlllNGand iu rrMiaDi dm run ox experience in mercantile and b&nkioff bui new. alio 85 re&ra educating 10.000 young men and womu for auceeM. JWKnUr cow. AaarwnuJiiinAiiwiiifMzinfuiiifii Our stock of Dry Goods, Notion", Clearance Groceries, Hardware, Clothing, Shoes unJetc. is replete with m Trees! Trees! Trees! Fruit and Ornamental Strawberries, Shrubs, Hedging, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Urapes, Roa-es, Variety, Style and Quality. THIS COMBINED WITH OUU Sale ESI Peonies, Phlox, etc. Everything (or Orchard, Lawn and Garden. NO AGENTS We will sell at greatly ledueed prices during this Clear- ance Sale the following: FREE CATALOG Hoy' Clothing in both Suits and Odd Pants, Men's Hats, "Queen Quality" Men's and low cut Shoes for Women, in both Oxfords Walk-Over and Pumps, Drvi" iOw Make rnces bo- - H.F. milenmeyer&Sons Lexington, Ky. low cut Shoes for Men. and all wash .iiuids. We have tho new, popular and e things it to your interest to give us a good share of We strive to pleuse our customers . in all these lines. your trade, ilW'MW MMMMW Ji OA PITA Li STOCK. TO TO WWB 3 i. To give you an idea of the cuts we ant making, will give you some prices. Men's ai d Hoys' cause we know satisfied customers ure our best assets. SIOO.OOO SOO.OCO SUKfliUSANDDN- LUVID1CD PHOt'ITH. TUB Suits and Odd Pauls, 2.V& to Whfo cut, .Men's 5i.o0 Huts at 8100 to $ 50, Women's MOO OxTurds and Pumps ut 83.00, Men's 85.00 85). :i..')0 ones ut 82. CO, 83.00 ones at per yard 15lc, 2. .', Yours to please, $ low cuts at U 00. 84 00 ones at. 851.00, val- Winchester Bank. 9 OP, WlNOllHTKlI, KV. 50 ones at $2.110 ; 10(i wah Dress Goods, WALDRON & JOHNSON, m m ues ut to ISc per yard, 12Jo values ut 20o values at 1io at 7i Waltersville, Ky. N. llOLLV U'lTliBIIHPOON. (IIKN, Q W. U.Bl'llAH, Oahuikk. ;3 A values at 11c, '., und 10u vulues YOUH AOOOUNTH HOiaOITKD l gAi .'J tfA rsa. .a Hardwick & Co., Stanton. t'J yfl yjK place, have bccn grnnted a pension of $10 00 per mouth Joo McKinney was below lust each. week on business. Suy Mr. candidate for Repre (tentative what do you stand for? Jim Frunklin Burnett moved The voters in this neck ' woods Tuesday to India n Fields. want a law that will take that Rankin Burnett and Uerr.v dollar tax from the head of poor Hull went to Levee Saturday. old Towser, he, who has chased Elder George W. Mcintosh the coons from the new grounds, held religious services on Snow barked the 'possums away from the hen roost, never failed to re creek Sunday. frpond to a keen w histle when G. P. Douglas is speuding a wo wanted bun to aid and assist few days with his brother-in-law- , in an ejectment case where the T. S. McKinney. old sow and little pig was chargMiss Edna Curtis,whose illness ed with forcible entry and dewas noted in a former issue, is tainer. Also want the school law no better. She has malarial fechanged so as to abolish the ofver. The W. J. Christopher Sr. visited fice of district trustee. school system doesn't need that his son, W. J. Christopher, Jr. near Pilot View a .few days this oilicial any more than u hog Also needs a wheel barrow. week. ' want the Confederate pension W. L. Byrd attended court, at law changed so that the widow .Richmond Monday and from of a deceased soldier can draw tfiere shipped some cattle to Cin- his pension if she married him ut cinnati. any time instead of marrying W. J. Christopher, Jr. was him prior to January 1, 181)0. here last week and bought a nice We reported last week that a bunch of cattle from Asa Todd rain had fallen which completely at from o to cents. broke the drouth, but such provElder Albert Easter preached ed not to be the case, as it now one ot lus splendid sermons to seems to be about as dry as ever. the congregation at Sulein Sun-daSend Your Name Bro. Easter is always wel- and postoflice addresss and recome at this church, though he ceive sample copies of the best doesn't represent the same de- and largest, weekly farm journal nomination. His preaching is in America. We want, every always sound. Come this way reader of this paper to know what oftener Bro. Easter. the Farmers' Guide is. We want you to know that every week's Genet. issue is full of interesting uud valuable reading matter that will New. sorghum, swept 'aterp, make vour work on the farm possunr and the like. "Good lighter and more profitable it ' times these days." is of especial interest, "to th Moses Morton an farmers of this county as it soldbrs and Mrs. Luriuda columns of practical farm mat Means, widow of W. A. Means, ter is adapted to local conditions SPOUT SPRING. of this Hay Baler for Sale. FOll UALE One second hniM Full steel chamber, and plunger. priiitim: press, size 1) x l!J,vgood None better. Virtually a brad new as new. Wii! sell very cheap. machine, having been used but For particulars apply'to Owen Patrick, Kimbrell, Ky. ten days. Will sell for the low price of $100, or will trade shiiiu to livestock or crowing torn. J. K. Burcher, iton-isbin- g Farm Drain Tile Alake I I promt.yoltaU-ei- l fti. TRADEMARKS, CU 1 Utprwl. SenA ritcii fHIS RlrUK T On Jilllrt II titri")ilftfiisi. , H I lORNOrtl, I'liuto, I'.M iu-- l 01 If J for JHllCt Your Wet Land Productive. Ky the use of drain tile you car. turn that low, wet, useless, swam pv field into the most productive spot on your farm. Good tile, properly placed, not only carries off surplus water, it admits air to the soil and makes it eiisy to work. It improves any soil. The Inmeicee in the value of the land is many times the cost of the tile. Trie first year's crop from tiled land pays for it. Any body oan do the work successfully. Write-- for particular. or ei'll at oui "plant. Plul fftnta irata tn m . - ft r ihtsliMMe mole Ofl NtW TO COT. M.J A PATKNTS, W Mr i oni ti u trill ii. l ,.r artL i.irtnr Uir awl ov ml on nation. D.SWIFir&GO. 1303 Seventh PATSMT .ai. St, L. Washington, "Yens. D. . NU" A RICHMOND, KY. Training Red River Brick & Tile Company, jjjjijj THE LAST OF THE FAMILY. thirty-twmembers of three generations of this rural Kentucky family, this one survives. At least sixteen died of consumption, all In the same house. There was no mon ey to give them adequate care. A county tuberculosis hospital, which could have cared for the first cases and prevented the Infection of the others, mlgh have saved several lives In this one family. o Our l4Hn t KkmfiUr JntirtwdUtoh'iJ I.I hi Hut t' Vail I In nil Pit Hftcntf. U,Uoo1 of Kiiiluckr. V (Juries R ,i v t it il Corc. Tti'tlon Yfvr ' DOtliWs. TWO ill ,.i I ' raJtorfrt, ww mM1 nAcol, nwrinni imlbin t.tt.i i prMiIoielnl,'l',Ptfiwtilf:fiiiJ'i't. t ljp "' tymnialatti. iWmfetla RpI'Hc. School for Teacher tmhrl. Rm IT. Fourth Trro Trrm IKowmiw April T, Summer Phool ojh.ii P1M r"m ;! ' KtCNTUUIvY J. O. CIlAnilR. toe! Out of "WE A DANIEL BOONE AXLE GREASE And don't have to grease but once a week. Made in Kentucky by CHAS. C. STOLL OIL CO. Lexington, Ky. FOOD! The three things necessary to cure consumption, beyond the advice and supervision of the physician or nurse, are fresh air, rest and food. A patient must have fresh air twenty-fou- r hours a day, and rest or exercise according to the orders of the doctor. The most Important Items in the diet are eggs and milk, because they contain a large proportion of easily digested nutriment. A few years ago, the doctors reasoned that if a little of this highly nutritious diet In small bulk was good, a lot would he better; and so, in many cases, the patients were stuffed until their stomachs did not work properly. Now, the question of diet is better understood; only so much of milk and eggs are given as the patient can easily digest. Of course, other foods are necessary, and are to be used in strict accordance with the doctor's orders., It Is his business to know what things the patient can digest. A a consumptive, who tried to live largely on a diet of boiled ham and cabbago, experienced the natural result of a steady decline. Remember, then, If you are a consumptive, to follow tho doctor's orders strictly in regard to. the diet; and If he does not prescribe a considerable use of milk and eggs, go to another doctor. Kentucky Tuberculosis Commission. -Penn-sylva'nl- -- lib-be- n THINK OF IT Here's u lininii'lit tlmt isimranlccd to relieve all aches, or jou net buck your money. "WATCH IT RMB IN SHJPPS Headache, Let Us Show You Some of Our New GOODS. I rfeuralaia. Sack-ach- e. Rhiumatifem, Sore Feet. Corn.8 and other pains ipiickly yield to the soothing inllumu-of thio wonderful reined). fUk for Your part of your tune. 1orey. Sack if it fails to relieve any aclie in nny buity in lifteen minutes 111 50c at druggists, or by mall, postpaid. (y tRHPIIMATKM J 6 SPWllU.BRUI3ieiO t mm4 f tinea 4, Some Beautiful New ReadytoWear Suits that are bound to please. Bourbon Remedy Co., 0' LiXI.NUION, KV. M Our line of Lawns, Percales, and other Dress Goods should be seen to be appreciated. Stylish and cool. Come in and let us fit you up ready for the summer weather with goods that are both We have our usual large certainly please you. full store and can SHIMFESSEL'S. Every issue contains articles on general farming, live stock nis ins:, poultry, fruit growing, e e: a riomo and Family depart inert II a' will ue appreciated bv t v- erv member of the family. Send you ' namo and address on a pos tal c ml or write us a letter and we will suid you a few sample copies ami tell you how you can, not only get a,year's subscription free, but how you can make from 2 to $o per day above other ex penses, tor the next lew months. After Four Years of Discouraging I had gotten so weak I could not stand, riio editor of this paper knows and gave up in despair. Conditions, Mrs. Bullock Gave what the Guide is. Ask him At last, my husband got me a bottle of Sond your name right now, and Up in Despair. Husband Cardui, tonic, and I comwe will send you the September menced taking it. From the very first ssues tree. Address, T io I'arin- Came to Rescue. ers' (iiiidc, Huntington, lml. dose, I could tell it was helping me. I W HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE 1 's OVEft 6 YEARS' EXPERIENCE FLOUR LOWE & the Best Brands. $3 per cwt. All Rosslyn, Ky. VMM TRADE can now walk two miles1 without its In an interesting letter tiring me, and am doing all my work.". If you are all run down from womanly from this place, Mrs. Bettie Bullock Catron, Ky. Anronaiendtiig aTuketrh and docrtitloi mar atilcklr Mjceruihi our unlnimi fir wiiotiier au Invention la probablr paUiiuaTa. 'unimuiilrii lliinaatrlctlvttiiiUJAnlluJ. UAMnluUlJC ou rateiiia uut frM. Oldest aniiir tot oeuW patonta, ratvula Ukeu tbruuuh Aluuu X Co. recwlTi qiwwi iwwfi wiiuuufc vuarKO, IUU Copyrights Designs MARKS &c. CROWE, Scientific A htndtomelr UluitrmloJ ot nf vlentlUo lournij, Jimtkm. Iirttit Mklr. years of continuous success, and should surely help you, too. Your druggist has all. At times, I would have severe pains sold Cardui for years. He knows what in my left side. The doctor was called In, and his treat- it will So. Ask him. He will recom ment relieved me for 9 while, .but 1 was mend it. Begin taking Cardui today. HW( to: CtutUnoosa AtHklfM Co., UdlM soon confined to my bed again. After AJvlKxy.Dtpt.. Chatunooiu. Tenn.. fur tjjiecuil JilMtrticJliinton viiurraijinJM.n.fi t.! that, nothing; seemed' to do me any good. TutuKM fr W until," Kill lu plain trtpow. writes as follows: "I suffered for four years, with womanly troubles, and during tliis time, I could only sit up for a little while, and could not walk anywhere at troubles, don't give up In despair. Try Cardui, the woman's tonic. It has helped more Uian a million women, In lis 50 HUNH Brwieb OIBso, tM V St. Wulilugloa. V. C. 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