You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): October 16, 1913 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1913 cla1913101601_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 16, 1913 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1913 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. a. v 0) . .1 y y 7v4 ri TIMES' 4.; ? i$hO Year la. Advance. W't art here to help CUy dty.,tkt SjrroBjXig AX. ,itrj aiDsrseWes; J6 J9I3 1 VOL, XVIII. t Sails. Utrt' tav L. & N. 1 CLAY CITY. KYj?taURSJ5AYrf .OCTOBER bxamliMtien for Road Engineers. th nurses ur persons warning, or l 9 Kinliwlw The The Ohjto Valley Tie Company 'has sold its holdings, con. fliatiilp of timber lands hi Estilf county to the L, &N., railroad. It will,be. remembered that, .this, tiomnywTaViiwarded judgment aVaiK&'tfce hJ? J&afew nibmbe ot For the benefit of those who wish to qualify for the position of County Road Engineer, an will be held in the office of the Commissioner of Public Roads, at .Frankfort, on Examination be- OoV83, vtMhtnir lull. at. MNA o'ntnAk". gainst the tie company in the njattur of rates. It. was then by the tie company that it was the intention of the road to raise the rates bo they could not ship out their timber, and in doing this the L. & N. had ruined While on the their' business. witness stand the chief witness qaid it was the policy of the L. & N. to endeavor to conserve the timber supply alone .its lines that ties ihiglit .always be gotten for its own uses at reasonable figures. It has now eliminated a competi tor by buying out the L. & E. railroad. It is unlawful for a railroad to own. land or conduct any kind of business other than that of a common carrier. See Secy,210 of the Constitution of. Kentucky. It is also unlawful for one railroad to buy out a competing or eej Se.'SO of parallej(line hut it has beep allowed,-to,- . do .this ,in the purchase, pf. he L. fc E. The L. &rNssyiQlte8 ih'e laws tiicky.app'arently at' wflF.aha;mit1 a word is said, of it. It seems to bold at bay all adverse seqtjment, and the officials whose duty it is to mike them como across, sit mum. of,"-Ken- W. K. Harding, of Winchester, preached at the North Bend church per cent. The general impress-io- u this past Sunday to very apprecia gathered froin crop corretive audiences. They like Bro. spondents is that the crop of toHarding very much there. bacco will not be either a large Frank Yocum's wife who has one 05 per oent of a crop, nor been so low for several weeks is will ii be one of extra quality. The crop of whea has not been getting much better. Her life was despaired of, but Dr. JohnBon has put in the ground as early as only 58, per cent having brought her safely through who" .sji'all. have papsedj'.a sown October 1st. IndicaThe students at the College have creditable examination bv the been tions are not for a large acreage organized a Literary Society that State Comrafsaioner of Public Roads, onone oft -his repre'sdnta-tives-- " of wheat for next year. Dry meets every Friday night. They I; weather has interfered very ma- have also made a basket ball court terially with (he sowing. The whero they will have a chance to New Turnpike in Estill. & N. cer- greater per cent, of the rye crop show their skill with the rubber In granting the L. concessions in making has been sown as is to be expect- ball. tain j in its right of way in ed, but most of this will be plow changes The losing side of the recent con the vicinity of the new yards ed under in the spring after hav- - test between the Cro e and the . wnere tne L.cjmnty.road waal ing. been usea ior a cover crop. .Canbeirsie served and s changed, the company agreed Tb& "condition' oi thewden-ito the winners last Saturday no improved con- cake to construct a turnpike from the still poor and nigbt. There was a large crowd ditions can be expected depot to 6omo distance beyond over the condition asthis year present and thoroughly enjoyed shown, Cow Creek. The new highway which is 48 per cent. Pastures themselves. is now being made, the grading are still in poor shape, the genhaving been almost completed, eral rains not being sufficient to Walter Burris has moved into along the south side of the rail- materially alter the condition. the house recently fixed up by Sant Pkn as Orchard. given as i has the contract Bluegrass pastures are is giv- Hardwick. If Walter and his famiWe call atreution to the Fall road. Mr. Leete 70 per cent. Orchard grass ly are like the rest of us he will and Winter announcement of H. to put in the metal culverts, en at 77 per cent, clover at 03 soon get used to the trains thunThe per cent and alfalfa at 76 per F. Hillenineyer & Sons, the not- which alone cost $12,000. road will be constructed practically cent. The percentage of winter dering by in the night time and not ed Lexington nurserymen. The on level grade, and when apples is small, being given at waken. Leslie Holmes has moved trees from this nursery are al- completed will be a model piece GO percent. into the house vacated by Mr. ways good, or at least, this has of road. Estill Tribune. The turkey crop is below the Burris. average, reports showing only been the case in every shipment The men of the Bible Class at the 80 per cent. The percentage of we have received from themtand Hardwick & Co., of Stanton, 88 per cent, percentage Christian Church w'll organize into we have received several of have received their new line of ducks is an Adult Bible Class this coming of chickens, 00 per cent. them. fall and winter goods. Watch In this report the Department Sunday. An earnest invitation is Now is the time to plant an or- their ad iu this paper for further has undertaken to find out the given to all men not in the other percentage of cattle as compared church to attend and become mem chard or, to replenish the old one. announcements. with the usual year that are goEvery body who owns landtohould Sheriir Hall has a notice to ing into feed lots this season. The bers of this class. It is to be hophave some trees growing, togeth- taxpayers in thiB issue of the dry pastures, scarcity of water ed that both schools will wage a er with the small fruit line, such Simes that should by read by ev- and scarcity of feed would neces- campaign to get every man, woman as grapes, strawberries, raspber- ery delinquent in the county. sarily cut down the number of and' child in Stanton and surroundstock kept for the winter. Indi- ing country into one or the other ries, currants and gooseberries. are only 72 schools. cations are Write today for catalog and get Fred Smethers has bought of cent of cattle on feed. Hogs lijgh.class trees at N. O. Walters his property in this Serfeed also show At marked deRiobard Crowe has started a Sunprices. city for $400. cline from an average year as in- day Sohool at the school house dicated by 71 per cent. where he teaches and goes out th'.re Tjiere is practically a unani- eyery Sunday afternoon to superinmous complaint from all sections of the State as to the scarcity of tend and help in the school. It water, shortness of grass and lack would be a splendid thing if more bf feed. of thf teachers would show the , Farmers are urged to sow cov- same interest and help iu such a er crops, particularly rye, barley gieat work. Riobard ia trying to Knd hairy vetch, for winter pas- get up a library for his school and ture in order to save feed bills. anyone having good books that That an account with a Clean, Strong Progressive Bank Those farmers who have silos are interesting and has no use for lave been exceeding fortunate them oan put them to good use by gave you a considerable preilige in the business world? n being able to save much fodder giving them to his sohool. vhere the ears of corn failed to naterializo. It is hard to find a Bev. J O. Hanley is in LexingAccounts of all sizes welcomed by the ay of sunshine in such a bad ton thiB week in the interest of his crop year as thiB season has sohool. He attended the exhibition proven to be. However, if our farmers take advautago of the of the Edison Talking Moving Piclesson that this has taught, it ture show at the Opera House. may prove to be a blessing in dis- This ia the latest thing that Mr. guise. If this drouth only teach Edison the great inventor has peres the farmer the value of a silo fected. While the moving pictures and the value of cover crops for are being shewn the different charwinter, Kentucky may yet be acters talk and it makes the picture CLAY CITY. KENTUCKY. richer as a result of the drouth. more realistic. Heretofore we have had to guess what was said in the J.W.NEWMAN, moving ploturea but now one can Oom'r of Agriculture. hear the conversation carried on and the noise of .the street cars, or Frankfort, Ky.. Road-engineer,; This' examination is held in compliance with Section 48, Chapter 110, Acts of 1912, which reads as follows: "There is hereby created in the several counties of the State of Kentucky, the office of County Hoad Engi neer. The County Judge of each of the counties in the State, by and with the consent of the Fis cal Court, shall within thirty days after this law becomcs, effective,, on or befor.. th.e,'first day of.October, ilfl12, and every .two years .thereafter, appoint. a County who shnll a reputable; Civil Engihe either neer, or-- maniwhorlus ad practical experifiiioet as. a. "road supervisor, .or .builder, for two years, of October itopveiUptte. Mis Nancy Ewen was a visitor what dnrjfcWuotii. Thefcohi i i Lexington this week as 70.7 per. "MrByary Atkinson is visiting dition of coV oeut. Much of tbis' cord is now ?r. parents ai v uon mis weeic. going into soikidthe. report &n.AHoiaDerthtck,.o! Bedford, of ?Novembrj &fffiljl boVi fi: Omm su returned to SUnton .to wjn;rfwitb her'hbif.so mucn - CrP Wt. Mtfiw; VJertfp' . .SjANTON NEWS. any show. Truly Edison has made eoaie wonderful inventions bot this Jatewf, is one of the greatest. It: aril)" rev olutionize the moving, picture . , - "He has .no enemies .yon say? ' r K.V . rtiie'toBacco'Dvi-uee- tie wno natn nungtecLin yi auty, that the brare aanMiTv mtfrnff- -i m housed, the effotts this month were to find out the condition of the crop as far as housing was concerned. 71 per cent of the Dark Tobacco is already in the house and is curing fairly well as indicated by a condition of 83 per cent. 72 per cent of the Bur-le- y Tobacco is in the house, and the condition is indicated as 82 f . uL -- 1 i. , lias .i wure fcju.au ib but vvuijt ii v i uutto, He has hit no traitor on 'the'Mji: .visiting several days this past week He has cast no cup from tempted lib! wite their son near Mt. Sterling. He has never turned the wrong to right He has been a coward in the fight." Mr. Brownlow Thompson is The following is taken from Her working for the L. & N. at Beatty-vill- e bcrt KaufmanU book, "Do Someand has moved his family to thing! , Be Something!" : that .place. We regret to loose When you're down in the dumps good neighbors. , ,. and the sun's rays are blue-pwh- en Mr. and Mrs. Wra'. Scott a.ti ad ,: 4 V .ice-crea- m . that-ther- e l.iw-dow- n Did it Ever Occur to You jelly-fish- your bank account's short and your face is long, and you've quite madt up your mind that you heven't i ghopt of a show When you've tried to get work, and the only work that you can find is the work of looking for it when you've reached the stagu where all life has assumed'a lemon flavor and the future tastes like of lye . When you've run the gamut of your friends and worn out their patience and your credit when you can't find a living soul who is willing to help you and you're sure the game is up When you re sure that nothing is worthwhile, and you've, begun tc believe that the world has gonu wrong, and that you're a football of fortune with the whole universe on the eleven Then it's time to remember Keller made good. your assets in one col umn and list hers beside it Then let's strike a balance. Huh! Whv you're rich. You have eyesight!, and hearing and speech. Your limbs are sound. You can use your arms and legs and your hands an freelv as ever. What in creation are 'you Wailing about, you 'weak- kneed welcher! Oh, don't stt.rt cataloguing your trials and afflic tions., They don't weigh as much as a feather when you hold them in the same scale against those oi,& girl, the mention of whose name should brine the blush cf shame to the cheeks of every man who ba4 his health, and fails. Without ey8 she learned to read She never heard a violin or the glof ry of a great voice. Her tongula never framed a question. All that her brain yearned for were walled away irom her. And yet she made good, simply because she wasn't a quitter. What Nature wouldu't give her she gave herself And you. who have everything that counts all the tools of success all the unbuyable gifts of Provi dencewealth that the 'old of ii strongbox couldn't purchase from you, even at this hour you're bawl ing! You deserve failure. You'r a co word. There's a chance ery man in the land, but ypu bav- n't spunk enough to takorybure. The praries are yearning to become innuB inn rivers are eager to turn mill wheels the cities ajre, breeding new neighborhoods millions of peasants, ignorant of one English word without skill; Uut with dog- gedness to take ta place, are earn ing bread and buying homes. You can't be helped because you're ;x . If you Df... llfPoil you d nop back IIIrA n OAnnt. sponge. that-HelePut-dowfori-eva. thf-thing- s - mi. 111 1 . viiiir II. . mm ,M 1 hilv Mini V 11 1 viinri I . LI 11 U 1IIIIIIJ1I1 II ice and Clay City National Bank, r all one resource tans you, invent other. 1 lila is the land of het tomorrows, Give yourself half t trvirirta trtr oo liaf1 as lha hlinH . " trim ii nun bihil in mil go where they, need a crowd. your tear anu una tne in yourself. Try again and mwB ".I h.Kbmma i ...... .. r ana society win soon wear iy, path to your door. 2 E 118 ft. to an end post of wire fence ; thence N 7 80 W 105 ft. to to a stone N E oo'rner of said lot ; thence N 87 iWjt24 ft. to a stake C. 0. Chcnault, Executor, 1'lalntlfTs, corner thcnfcfeS 9 E 129 0 ft. to tho VS. beginning, containing of an acre Amanda Anderson, et al, Defendant. of ii ik t r i ait i u u udva a land. With' reference to this parcel known By virtue .of a Judgment and Order as the Virden tract, the Commissioner of Sale of the Clark Circuit Court, ren- is directed to and will first offer it for cats jii nuvuuwofi dered at the September Term thereof, sale in three (8) parts: First, that part 1913, in tile above causo. for tho sum of of it which lies, dp the south side of the E. Burgher, l'ublishcr. Nino Thousand Dollars I shall proceed County road; second, that part of It to offer for. sale at the Court House which lies between the County road mail matter. door in Winchester, Ky., to the highest and the Lexington & Eastern Railroad ; tered as second-clas- s bidder at Public Auction on Monday and third, that part which lies north of hursday, October 1G, 191H. the 27th day of October, 1013, at 2 :00 ltne Lexington & Jkstern Railroad. He o'clock P. M. or tliereabout (being will then offer said tract as a wholo and County court day), upon the credit of accept the bid, or bids, which will pro CLUB KATES. the following duce the most money., - six and twelve months, 3 convenience of our subdescribed property, I 4, A certain tract of land being tho we have arranged club rates following papers at prices 1. A certain tract of land in the remainder of what is known as tho county of Clark, State of Kentucky, Donahue tract, situated' in the county .j j. and ndjoining tho Indian Field and of Clark, State of .Kentucky, and adi and Kiddville Pike and situated at Kidd-vill- e joining the Indian Fields and Kiddville Courier-Journ$1.00 and bounded as fellows, Lulbe-gru- d 1.10 Beginning at, an iron spike corner toE. Pike and lying on both sides of Cincinnati Enquirer Creek, and bounded as follows , 90 L. Butler in the middle of said pike ; Louisville Herald Beginning at a point iu the Home and Farm 75 thence S 3 W 80 feet to an iron spike .75 in middle of said pike, corner to E. E. center of said pike, corner in Anderson Inland Farmer land sold 90 West ; thence N 79 W 70 feet to a stake, heir's line and corner to the American Farmer with Southern Agriculturist 75 corner to E. L. Butler j thence N 3 E to Emma M. Clay ;0thence 670 line of 2 ft. to a Anderson heirs 8 80' E Sf ft. to a stake, corner to said Butler ; stone corner to Edgar Buum ; thence "The Times is venturing a lit- thence 8 70 E 70 ft. to the beginning, with said line N 86 30' E 1546 ft. to a stone to said Baum, on tiie east side of tle too fur in its criticisms of high-u- p including the Blacksmith shop. 2. A certain tract of land in the Lulbcgrud creek ; thence N 29 30' E officials" has been the re- County of Clark, State of Kentucky, 083 ft. to a stono corner on East side of marks of some. If a man with and lying near Indian Fields and Lulbegrud creek in T. J. Raborn and physical and mental ability suffIndian Fields and Kiddville corner to the tract of land sold to Emicient to hold the important of- Pike, beginning at (A) on the map, a ma 31. Clay ; thence with division line ft. of said tract 8 5 W 1881 6 ft. cross fices of the Commonwealth, does stake corner in the said road 11 N W from set stone on cast side ing Lulbegrud creek to tho beginning, low doWn "mean acts, thev are of road and corner to Lot No. 1 (dower containing 22.51 acres of lund. more responsible than their men- tract) and corner to Lot No. 4 ; thence So much of what is known as the Me tal inferiors, and they should be with lino of Lot No. 4 N 29 E 270 ft. to Clure tract as will be required to raise censured and exposed by the a stone corner on the east margin of an amount equal to the difference be E 516 ft. tween the sum of the proceeds of parpress of the State, and we intend said road ;tthence N to a stake in the middle of said pike ut cels 1, 2, 3, and 4 and the sum of Nine to do our part when we know of the intersection of dirt road leading to to $9,000.00 it. Less important citizens are Oil Springs and corner to Cooley & Thousand Dollars Southern the part of portion be sold being the prosecuted to the extent of the Baum ; thence with said dirt road N said farm, the acreage sold to include law and disgraced for acts that 88 33' E 200 ft. to a stake in mid- the improvements, and to lie between some of their superiors daily in- dle of said road ; thence N 76 60' E 99 the Southern line of the farm and a dulge iu and are not handled at ft. to a stake on south side of dirt road ; new Northern line, which is to be u thence N 62 E 422 ft, to the middle Eastward all. Why not prosecutions of the of said road ; thence N 79 46 E 478 ft, straight line running in anparallel direction from the turnpike to man at the top of the ladder be- to a black-jac- k tree on north side of the Southern boundary line ;suid North gin first, and then on down, in- road S 65 SO E)210 ftVto a stake in mid- era line to be so located as to make the stead of beginning ut the bottom dle of said road S 80 65' E 215 to a stake proper acreage so sold. Said McGlure in middle of said road S 78 30' E 367ft. farm is described as follows : of the, ladder and go up? to a stake on Jiortli side of said road ; 5. A certain tract of land lying in thence Another law we must have is middle 8 32 E 114 ft. to a stake in the the county of Montgomery, State of of said road at the intersection Kentucky, and on the waters of the g one that any three of tho Kiddvilro and West Bend dirt North Fork of Lulbegrud creek bound' citizens of a local option county road and cornor to Cooley ut Baum ; ed and described as follows, may examine suit cases or bun thence S 5 33' E 777 ft. to a stake on the Beginning at a small black walnut tree dies of suspicious characters com- east side of the last named road ; thence on the east side of the creek and a ing into the county. It is evident with the middle of said road S51 corner to Asa S. Kidd, formerly Susan 35' W 104 ft ; thence S 67 15 W 471 McGlure, etc. ; thence with line of same some people are illegally carry-jn- g ft. 8.39 45 W 118 ft. S 18 W 176 N 80 4 E 217-- 0 ft. to a set stone at u s in liquor when we see'penui-Jesft. to a stake on the west side of pair of bars corner to same ; thence N ft. to a 63 4 E 1879 feet to a set stone corner characters always riding in said road S 24 45' E 246 and out of town on the train with stake on south side of said road and to same ; thence E 79 4 E 959-- 6 ft. to Sc appareut empty suitcases when corner to Cooley Baum and lot No. a set stone corner to same and Cas1 Amanda J. Anderson dower .they get on the train here, and thence with line of dower tract Ntract; well Prewitt; thence with Prewitt's 66 10' line N 80-- 3 E 643 ft. to a point in apparently heavily loaded suit W 1631 ft to the beginning, con- the branch 15 links S 80-- 3 W from a .cases when they return. With a taining 54 0 acres of land. stone set on the east banks, a corner to law for discreet citizens to search 3. A certain tract of land in the Baid Prewitt and Moberly : thence up such characters, they could per- county of Powell, state of Kentucky, tho branch with Moberly's line N 3 "V and lying on both sides L. & ft. to a set stone ac the forks of form this duty when the officers It. R. at Virden, and on of the sides E. 299 both of the branch, a corner to. said Moberly ; refuse to do so. Brush Creek and bounded and de thence up the left hand fork of the follows, scribed as to wit: brunch N 24 W 534 ft. to a set The moated interests of Ken- Beginning at 1 on tho map, a stump stone corner to same; thence N 11 tucky seem to have public senti- corner to 0. O. demons ; thence N. 17 W400 ft. to an ash tree on the west side ment bottled up.. There is no 1 10' W. 405; ft. to 2 a stone corner to of the branch a corner to same ; thence T. B. Ware thence S 72 60' W 838 ft. to .cry for two-cen- t car fare; there the center of the L. & E. R. R. and con- N 87hill aW 223 to ft. to ; a set stono on corner .the same thence N 1 4 is no demand for the assessment tinued in all 2040 ft to 3 a stone corE 337 ft. to a set stono corner to of public utilities according to ner to T. B. Ware and C. C. Curtis ; samo; thence 25 1 E 756 ft to a set their earning powers; there is no thence S 17 10 E 405 ft. to (4) a stake stone corner to Newton Abner ; thence t ft. to a set stone corner demand for the assessing of coal corner to same ; thence 8 22 2 E 487 N 44 W H68 ft. to (5) a stunlp corner to said mined during the year; there is thence N 80 V 705 ft. to (6,) a Curtis to Geo. Holmes in Abney line ; thence stone with Holmes' line 840 W 1452 ft. to no clamoring for any kind of leg. corner to said Curtis ; thence 8 38 80 E a . set stone in Grlgtby's line and a corislation iu the interests of the 670ft. to(7) a large black oak tree corner ner to said Holmes ; thence with Grigs-b- y' common poeple. line 8 85 E 854 ft, to a set stone What's the to E. D. Curtis ; thence 8 72 E 444 ft. to (8) matter? Exchanges get busv in 8 a stone corner to E. D. Curtis ; thence between an elm and oak trees corner to W 818 the people's behalf and get after 35 E 482 ft. to 9 a stone corner to saidGrigsby; thence 85 your legislative candidates: said Curtis; thence 6 21 E 1314 ft. to ft. to a set stone on tho south sideofa ft. 8 63 30 branch just below un ash sapling, a cormake them commit themselves 10J a stake corner 10 the people's behnlf, or know E from small pine tree and corner to ner to Grigsby ; thence N 80 W 1448 in said Curtis ; thence N 75 E 1505 ft. to ft. to a forked lynn tree un u hillside a the reason, why. center of the L. & E. R. It., and contin- corner to Grigsby; thence 8752-- 4 W 11 u ued in all 2840 ft. cprner ft. to u set stone corner to same The Times believes n mistake to Judge Mastin ;tothence stone K 3038 112 N 20 103 ft, to a set stone thence N403-4is made liv the Chief KxeiHirivm ft. to the beginning, containing corner to same, thence N 60 W 129 whenever he appoints a man to the 208 acres of land which doe's not ft. to a largo elm tree on tho east mnn. include tho area of the It. R. branch of the creek, u corner to same; uuiumrr wiiii in iiiil u church lot and grave yard. The thenco 8 60 4 W 97 'lip. rmftiilo urn nriur ilpmniirlSmr ft. crossing the creek to a point in tho middle of the w.ubiding people to fill the of-'P- s Church lot is bounded as follows, a stone corner 8. and W cor- Mt. Sterling and Kiddville turnpike on of the State. Unsoter, un- iable dead-beat- s are no longer ner of church lot and 26 ft. 8.69 W aline between said elm on the creek from large sycamore tree marked as and a dripping ipringon the west side tin. - iw. ft. a of the turnpike, a corner to T. J. Ra n find such men as Judge Hugh pointer; thence N 65 E 208 final I rnfill vannnnmn. hn ta iln. stake corner In Brush creek ; thence N born; thence along the. average midfeet to a stone corner ; dle of tho turnpike as follow : 8 8 V g good, but in some other in 25 W 208 ft ; thence S Ho ft. and 8 13 4 W 306 ft. and 8 7 tances, he has made a wide mis- - thence 8 65 W 808 8141-- 2 WfcSOft. ft. to the beginning, con- MW1338D-!0ft.au- d ake it half of all we have heard 85 E 208 and 8 2 2 W 158-1- 0 ft. and 8 H 2 til law taining 1 acre of land. The grave-yar- d true. Executors of the follows, it ; Begin- 270 iouJd always be. observers of is bounded ft. to a point in middle of said ning at an end post of wife fence N turnpike ; thence N 73 ISO ij ft. to tlio v bvr. r E TIMES. & Commissioner's Sale. 81 80 8-- 6-- 33-1- V to-w- it: al east edge of the metal of said road : thence 8 18 E 182 ft. to near a set stone on tho cast side of the turnpike corner to Asa S. Kidd, formerly Susan McGlure, etc.; thence leaving the turnpike with lines of same N 25 2 E270 ft. to a set stono corner to same; thence N 14 4 E 287 ft. to the place of beginning, containing within said boundary 160 acres of land. Or sufficient thereof to produce tho sums of money so ordered to be mado. For tho purchase price, tho purchaser, with appoved surety or securities, must execute bond, bearing legal interest from tho day of sale until paid, and having the force and effect of a Judgment. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with theso terms. J. T. 8TOKELY, Master Com'r Clark Circuit Court. R. A. GUILDS, JOUETT & JOUETT, Attorneys. 2-8-65-1- Deafness Cannot be Cured by local applications, aa they can. to-w- it: to-w- it: not reach the diseased portion of tho ear. There is only one way to euro deafnesH, nnd that is by constitutional remedies. Deafness is caused hv an inflamed condition ;f lining of the Eustachthe ian Tube. When this tube is inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and when it is entirely closed, Deafness if tho the result, and unless the inflama-tiocan be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition, hearinlr will be destroyed forever; nine cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh, which is. nothing hut an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces. V'e will, give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness (causKeep yous nose out of other ed by catarrh) that cannot be curpeople's business and let your ed by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, free. eves and ears follow your nose. F. .1. Cheney & Co , Toledo, O Sold by Druggists, 75e. It's hard for the per Tuke Hall's Family PilU for sou to look you in the eye. mu'.-oiin two-face- d 10 86-3- CO-- 5-- 3-- rT 5j6fffe55Slfcp52i'J j jt JaLasWsssssssssssss 2-- 4-- Your sheep, hogs, .cattle, horses and mules are subject to deadly attacks of worms. These ravenous pests multiply by the millions, starve your stock, keep them poor, weak, and out of condition. law-abidin- to-w- it: anlnal oa rout ptaea af wanna qalckljr and la a madlcaud Mock aah that win rid kaap tharo worm Craa and haaUbr. No par I' It toll a. No doting, no dranchlnc. Jut put It whara all rour nock can run to It troalr. Thar will doctor thamaalvaa, thrlva CaMir. and la not aipaaatva. Wa carry It la aU aitaa tram TSa Oath. 8al-Vput oa monajr-makla- c up. Comalaaodcttapackasatatnr. Yoo will tx alaaaad with tba raaulta. Wafuarantaait. Tkm Grwrni Warm Daatroyar ami CamaHHonar mr 4-- BaBBrarHi'"l yaMSBBBBBvrarMraaraara 8-- 3-- 7-- LOWE & CROWE, Rosslyn, Ky. 0-- 3-- 3-- 6-- 6-- 99-10- COfiETO OUR STORE Let us Show You this is the Store for Price and Quality. 6-- lo 6-- 1- -2 -4 7-- 3-- 3-- Carry a Full Line of Hay ties Hen son Shoes which covers the South like the morning dew. We THEY FIT SO NEAT AND LOOK SO NICE WE ALSO' SELL 'THEM AT PRICES RIGHT. When you ymi 3-- -4 7-- -2 want to buy Merchandise, come to 2-- our Store. more. If you come one time you'll come back 7-- As space will not' admit of pricing our Mur We are chiindise, come let ns price them to you. Hire we 2-- cap W interest, you, in prices and quality. 8-- 1- -4 26-1- 4-- right-of-wa- y, We sell ior Cash and Exchangefor Produce only. 3-- 4-- i.i.i n. -- O 72-1- 1M. ADAMS Xena. Ky. & SON, 1- -2 72-1- 5-- 8-- 72-1- u to-w- 6-- 8,-l- THE DE TIMES. Miss Ituth Eaton ington Tuesday. Mr. and was in Lex- J. J. Curry, of pany to recover $072,272.00 al Lcxinuton, are visiting relatives leged to be due for the use of the PAPER. A HOMK-MAAN UNEXPECTEPOUEi near Vaughn's Mill. railroad company's right of way from August J 7, 1012 to August for luncheon or dinner will eoi Mrs. Nettie llardwiok, of Stan 17, 1013. THURSDAY, October 10, 1013, the delightful trial of bome-mi- i ton, attended the burial of her Wo see in the Tribune where bread that is made from the Pen sister, Mrs Katheriue Sals, ut LOOM, BREVITIES. flour. The loaves made from thl Monday. Estill our old friend S. M. Mapel has Mt. Tabor purchased another Inrge boundahigh grade flour are fine, light, i Tribune. Judye Lovilm was in IJeutty-villry of timber near Irvine. The a nd of tempting flavor and a satisfy Monday. A Ocntle and Effective Laxative many "Clay City friends of Mr. ing lucheoii can be nude on the exA mild, gentle and effective lax Mapel are glad to learn that he W. It. Oassidy Mr. and Mrs. cellent breud (with sweet butter) visited relatives neur Itucker-vill- e utivo in what people demand. when is succeeding in Estill's capital that is made from the Pearl flour. COWRIOMT. a4 C C Thouas ho always succeeded while a suffering from constipation. the first of the week. New citiz.in of our town. sands swear by Dr. King's Mrs. Kobt. Henry, of WinchesLite Pills. Hugh Tillninn, of San Win. Estee, a student of Ken Made by J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, ,Ky. ter, is visitinir her sister, Mrs. S. Antonio, Tex. writes: "They are, tucky University, who sonic time G. Baker at. Vaughn's Mill. beyond question, the best piPs my since passed bad checks in LexIsrael '".Jackson, of Hurrbds-bury;- , wife and I have ever tnken." They ington' and made his escape from visited his father, W. L. never cause pain Price 25c. ut the city, has been arrested in Jackson, at Vaughn's Mill last druggists, or by mail. Birmingham, Ala. He will be When in Need of II. E. Bucklen & Co. Philadelphia brought buck to Lexington und week. or St. Louis. tried for his misconduct. It Mrs. Kate Whaley and sister, doesn't pay to violate the law Mrs. ltobert Armstrong, left. The Rev. Judge L. K. Mann, as- and then try to evade punish Tiissday for a visit at Olay City. sisted by Rev. W. 1 Fryman, of ment. Sharpsburg World. Irvine, is holding a protracted Eczema and Itching Cured meeting with his church at The soothing, healing medication lu commemoration ot the landCreek. Rev. Mann will fill in Dr. Ilnbson's Eczema Ointment Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles, ing of Columbus on the new regular appointment at the penetrates every tiny pore of the his. world, October 12th, a now holiMethodist church in this city day was created a few years ago Sunday and ,'RevI Fryman will ekin, clears it rf all impurities s to be known as "Columbus Day." preach at Hurdwiek's, Creek. stops itching instantly. Dr. Eczema Ointment is guaran This day falling on Sunday, Mon- The meeting at that place will teed to speedily heal eczema, rush day was observed as "Columbus continue for a; weeiojk ten flays es, ringworm, tetter anil other unDay.'' longer, lie?, ryriian will be sightly eruptions. Eczema Oint Go to or Write ai .a former pastor at ment is a doctor's preemption, not Judge Allie Young, of the i, Twenty-firs- t an experiment. All druggists or by Judicial district, has this place mail, 50c. Pfeiffer Chemical Co , at last "resigned, and Governor Women, ,yho get Dizzy J Philadelphia and St. Louis. McCreary appointed ill his stead Every woniah1 who is. troubled his brother, Will A. Youiig. The wltli fainlinitaud. sUeils, appointment ia.npt' very popular backache, headache, weakness, deHCfiUtdinfi.tjijss.hal we have bjen bility, constipation or kidney Cor. Main and Broadway, .. hettnus troubles should ute Electric Bitters. J. Mrs. Shit was filed in Lexington by the L. & N. railroad against the Western Union Telegraph Com USE mw MILLS Builder's Hardware, or Heating Hard-wick- 's Hob-son'- Cooking Stoves, Grubbs & Benton, Winchester, I'M - The cliurch luflies will go and is supper at the Methodist SaturdhyMiigh netted the over f 35.00. TJns fund to interior improvements, the sole efforts of ladies of the'church.' We wepe in error and printed the posters in error because we thought the money was to supplement the roofing fund. Money to cover the house was raised by the members at a private meeting laBt Wednesday night. vs v C. EVERMAN, They give relief when nothing e'ee UNDERTAKER, will, improve the health, adding Bend, strength and vigor from the firbt dose, Mm Lama Gaines. ofAvo-ca- , La., says; "Four doctors hud Has a Complete Line of Caskets given me up and my children and and Burial Goods. all my friends were looking for me to die, when my eon insisted thm I use Electric Bitters. I did so, Work done in Powell and Sur an i hey have done me a world of rounding Counties. eood.'1 Junt try their.. 50c. und .00 at all druggists or uy mail. H. E. Bucklen & Co. Philadelphia Long Distance Telephone at Arxjle, or St. Louis. ' Weft Ky. Ky. I 1 HARDWIRE & COMPANY'S TREES! Come to Our Store Clearance Fruit and Shade, Shrubs, drape b, And let us show you what we carry. h nice line of goods Vines, Peonies, Phlox, Rhu-birRoses, etc., etc. Everything lor pur stock of Dry Goods, Notion'', ORCHARD, NO AQENTS LAWN and QARUEN. Grpceries, Hardware, Clothing, Shoes and etc is replete with FREE CATAI.OfJS GROWERS OF WHAT WE SELL. Variety, Style and Quality. , T" 1841 1913 Sale. We will sell ut greatly reduced prices during this Clear- H. F. Hillenmeyer& Sons, Lexington, Ky. WWW WWW WW W wmwwk THIS COMBINED WITH OUR R i Low Prices fit CAPITAL STOCK, $100,000 BURl'LUBAKUUN- 1MVIDISU I'KOFMTH, J ance Sale the following: Men's and Boys' Clothing in both Suits and Odd Punts, Men's Huts, "Queen Quality" low cut Shoes for Women, in both Oxfords and Pumps, Walk-Ove- J P UUO.OOO j3 r low cut Shoes for Men. und all wash Dress m Vti Make it to your interest to give us a good share of P be- your trade. We strive to please our customers Winchester Bank. 3 Olfj WlNOlWTBH, KY. WlTUHItHI-OON- ran things We have the new, popular and in all these lines. To give you an idea of the cuts we are making, will give you some prices. Men's ai.d Boys' Boods. to 35 Suits and Odd Pauls, 23 Hats at $2.00 to $3.50, Women's cause we know satisfied customers are our best upsets. cut, Men's I3.S0 4.00 Oxfords and H N. HOLJ.Y , PlIKHt JJ t; V. It. Siut ah, Oaniiikii. ;j HOT.IOITKU a Pumps ut $3.00, 3.50 ones at $ J.0, $3.00 ones Yours to please, P YOU1! ACCOUNTS U 3 WALDRON i x zxx&i'&itA va &a XiXi aa so, &m rk JOHNSON, I Men's $5.00 low cuts at tl,00. $4 $3,50 ones at $2.00; wash Drens Goods, Hoc per yard val ues ut 10o to 18o per yurd, 20o vulues at 13c, 15c values at Si.25, 00 ones at $3.00, BOOKKEEPING TYPEWRITlNGiS WILNR R. SMITH IUSIN ESS CHLEIE 1U Prwlfeiit at Uef 1 Ac values ut Do, und lOo values,,t,7c.' Waltersville, Kv. TELEGRAPHY tu ixnol uriwM.li aurcantn Hardwick & Co., Stantoi Three-fourth- To Our Subscribers. s of our subscrib- SPOUT SPRING. - tf.l..rtr.n buaiiLC . in uuaiuuoo ill liitoinnna mi tit It 1 1 n iiivii tin.hw- Mr. and Mrs. Shelt McKinnex visited relatives at Rosslyn ovei Sunday. Miss .1 Hosa McKinncy visited of leneu uu uoi. uisappumi, us. xy relatives in Lexington the lust Jlltl tain ....II inm n the week. .. t i i pnr. rn punru niinarnnpr miianr. J. II. Crow sold to W. L. Byrd i i eu 10 us who aoes noc pay up iDy a bunch of plain steers that time, and we hope not one at 6J cents. nf tlinrn will rlnlnv no Mrs. Nanny Pryor visited her In making out bo many of these brother, 0. 0. Todd, in Olurk statements it is most likely some county last week. mistake will occur, and should yours be one' of them, gentle Wesley Witt, of Irvine, was reader, do not take any excep. here Saturday the guest of his tions but write us and tell us nephew, Franklin Margison. of our'misfake, and we will S. G. Baker sold to Millard ly make the proper corrections. sixteen steers, weight Aidecided improvement of the 700 pounds, hist week tit six Times is contemplated, but it cents. takes money to put it through. Mr. and Mrs. Moses McKinney Please respond promptly. spent a few days tins week with The Publisher. Mrs. McKinnev's parents, Mr. both ex confederate soldiers were (food Work. and Mrs. J. J. Tipton at Irvine here on legal business lust Monf 1 I . 730-poun- d Ors-born- e Hay Baler for Sale. FOR SA1,K Oiio second luuuf Full steel cliHinber and plunger. printim: prt-fs-. size i) tx 151. good None better. Virtually a brnd new as new. Wit! sell vtry cheap. niHcliine, having been used hut For particulars npplv to T have visited each Magisterial Owen Patrick. Knubrell, K. ten days. Will sell for the vaniin the County according to shing low District price of $I0C, or will law and after having done thi, all trade same to livestock or urmving who have not paid their taxes are corn. J. K. Burgher. required to come to my ollieeand settle on or before the first day of m i"o NO nr. December After that date u pen?roiK.grolilaliKt in ur I'hJtn, for rmt rlrhf interest will be alty of 6 and G I'aOnlpract- mPOMToiiiiunii.' mix ice rxrimiici j. unn ..4Htrw. added, and we will at once proceed Make Your Wet Land tvwi a rents in maiui . r inr.vi'tN twok on how to octal Productive. i arm patents, M'hlfii ott will pv, II vr ti. u i itartiwr, to collect these taxes as the law dipAteot Uw lutd o;ar iil.iH iulutuiatlon. My the use of drain tile you car. rects by levying, garnishee! ng and D. CO. wet, useless, swam-petc. T. C. nail, Sheriff. turn that low, the most productive field into PATENT LAWYERS.' 1303 Seventh St., Washington, D. C.J spot on your farm. Good tile, of Cow creek to be made propprly placed, not only carries off waters surplus water, it admits air to the into hoops, cross ties etc. Noll and makes it easy to work. Jesse Crow, of Stanton, candi- It improves any soil. The fncreace WBSRSSS date for Jailer was sinking hands in the value of the land is many time the cost of with the voters in this neck of year's crop from the tile. The first J "VRICHM0NfcKY. tiled land pays e the vineyard last Monday. A Tralnlnjf for it. Any body can do the work HI School for Teacbcrs successfully Write for particuJames Rogers, of Lombard, lars or ci' II at out plant. Ufa Puu IaltrnwdUW and W. M. Hatton, of Car Crtek, In NOTICE. Farm Drain Tile A' K'l i v SWIFT & HUfll mllorlf.B ttifvlel Red River Brick & Tile Company, KENTUCKY School f 'all rMk VIM Pp-- U of Keutaciy, Count ind R r I c Cvnrw. Tumnrru Tim PctriHll mm..n !' The Times wishes to compli-me- nt the Fiscal court for the 'happy solution of the road and bridge question between this city and Stanton. As we understand the agreement, the court will build the road and bridge over the route that will be the best "grade for the least money. of either- route can subscribe money to cheapen their route. A civil engineer will be employed to survey both routes aid report to the court the cost of each, including the possible grade of each route. tSup-'.porte- rs - Clyde Townsend, after spending a few weeks with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Townsend, bus returned to Middletown, Ohio. Singing practice will take place at the schoolhouse each Wednes Prof. H. F. Chris- dav nieht. of the most prnficien topher, one vocalists in eastern Kentucky will give some valuable instruc tions. Everyone invited to at day. Gov. McCreary. out. the malitia. Three cheers and a stool for STANTON He has ordered O hold on, not nool. iwmiinimnin ; ITIflttMinm. unwfiia lnmr.i Rch rlti f' tn April I, Bmw The beat lubricatioi. the malitia but the road hands. Uh well, what's the difference between the jnalitia and the road hands. without carbon tend. . Genet. Meetins at Rojrers Chapel wni Winchester has but one Prohi- well represented from here last Kimbrell. bition according to lust week's Sunday. Fred Witt bought of W. G registration. The smallness of its Cliff Holmes and familv, of Patrick one in. Ik cow for $50 00. numbers is no sign the party is Michigan, are here on a visit There will be services at Jack-sou'- s not right. This should be consofriends and relatives. Chapel ne,xt Saturday night lation to the sole Winchester Weed Adams has bought a and Sunday morning. voter who had the courage to large bouudury of timber on head chow his colors. Rev. W.. P. Fryman, of Irvine, passed here Monday on his way to Hardwick'8 creek to hold a re vival meeting for the church there. Win. Woolery was badly hurt near Dr. Winburn's last Monday by a dinkey train. His arm was broken aud was hurt about the body and one foot mashed. Rev. C. S. Knight, a Baptist minister representing Berea Col lege, preached at Kinibrell's Chapel Sunday morning and Sun day night, also gave stereoptican views and lecture on the life of Some 'Beautiful New Christ. His sermon Sunday nmht was one of the finest discourses to which we have listened foi some time and we arj sure will that are bound to, please. Our line of be long remembered by many ul those present. -- It seems to your uncle "Cub" while perched in the fork of a dogwood that a little of the much talked of referendum spread on a few slices of recall, and distrib uted in a few places 'round about would help mutters wonderfully. OreW perfect oil foreltheraliwold or wter Mde from fineit Atnle.thln.hlxh fire teat oil whk kU t ralr. Positively free from carfaon. On re first pnrchtM of one bbl. of No Cub Auto Oil trill nmm on 55 zxL ateel barrel with faucet, fine to uaa by you for permanent etorace. Price of oil tn irea kUt., AtSc per r&Q tnmmnn fmSm., cap CHAS. C. ST0U OIL CO. Entffia.", pmrfil eooladantomobilea. Pnnyl-ranlaOude. fur-nl- SasU THINK OF IT Here's a liniment that is guaranteed to relieve all aches, or you get buck your money. I "WAT CM IT lWI HI" y Headache. Let Us Show You Some of Our New GOODS. Neuralgia. Sack-achRheumatism, Sore Feet. Corns e, and other pains quickly yield to the soothing influence of this wonderful remedy. fisk for Your (loney time. Back if it fails to relieve any nuhe in any part of your body in fifteen minutes 50c at druggists, or by mall, postpaid. ReadytoWear Suits Bourbon Remedy KY. Co., 1. v KMUUM.toCKqie I f LEXINGTON, (jnimiiwuno I wr tf iwi V mi y Lawns, Percales, and other Dress Goods be' seen' to should be appreciated. Come! in and let us fit While vvh Iisivh Iihmii Kiill'iM-mfrom the elFecfs of a severe drouth, down in southern Texas they are suil'urin from Hoods. e Saved Girl's Lite "I want to .tell you what wonderful benefit have re ceived from the use of Thedford's writes Mrs. bylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky. "It certainly has no equal for la grippe, bad colds, liver and stomach troubles. I firmly believe saved my little girl's life. When she had the measles, they went In on her, but one good dose of Thedford's made them break out, and she has had no more trouble. I shall never be without I Black-Draugh- t," Black-Draug- ht Black-Draug- ht ! you op ready for the summer weather with goods that are both stylish and cool. L.I We have our usual large certainly please you. full store ,. , and can vniriliiiifiik ituu Htibtrutcs froin tTie weight of it 1?(17P Hilda til flic mind. The Pamliv Couth Alcdlcine. In every home there should be h bottle of Dr. Kintt's New Discov ery. reatly for immediate ue when - SHIMFESSEL'S. LOUR WF? All the Best Brands". $3 per, cwt Kossiyn, Ky. i r LnAP any member nf thefimiily contracts a cold or u cough. Prompt use will stop the ppread of sicjdiess. S. A. Slid, of Mason, Mich., writes; "my whole fnmily depends upon Dr. King's New Discovery as the besi couch and cold medicine In the world. Two 0c, bottles cured me of pneumonia.1' Thousands of oth er families have ''cen equally ben efitted and depend entirely upon Dr. King's New Discovery to cure their coughs, colds, throat and Kvery dose helps. Price 50, and $1 00. All druggists. I. E. Hucklen ic Co. Philadelphia or St. Louis. lunj.-trouble- BLack-DraugH- T J ( 1 S 1 J j For constipation, indigestion, headache, dlzzl- ness, malaria, chills and fever, biliousness, and all similar ailments, Thedford's has proved itself a safe, reliable, gentle and valuable remedy. If you suffer from any of these complaints, try Black- Draught It Is a medicine of known merit Seventy-fiv- e years of splendid success proves Its value. Good for young ana oia. ror saie everywnere. I'rice 25 cents. In my.home." Black-Draught Jj S A