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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): October 23, 1913 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1913 cla1913102301_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 23, 1913 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1913 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CLAY CITY TIME S. si.rto a Year In Advanci. We arc here to help Clay City, the Sarroooding Country and Ourselves. .!. n. Burgher, Publisher. VOL. XVIII. Amendments Ordered t CLAY OITY. KY., THURSDAY, Increased Acreage of Wheat. OCTOBER L'3. 1913. NO. -- 18 Assistant Secretary of State 0:cil II. Vansant has sent nut. in. structions to the County Court Clerks to place on the November ballots the proposed constitutional amendments, relation to a reform in the tax system, and providing for working convict, outside tho prisons. The amendments are to be printed on the ballot us follows: "Are you in favor of the prola-dpro-pose- There has been more wheat, rye and barley sown, particularly in this end of Powell county, this full than any fall before for twenty-fiv- e years. This is well taken for next year corn will he very scarce and high, but with an abundance of wheat and rye, there needs be no scarcity of feed after harvest time, as there is nothing better for hogs than a iield of smooth-headewheat, and there is nothing better for stock working every day, than wheat and rye in the sheaf. While there is an increase in the acreage of small grain, there still should be a great deal more sown than there has been, and there is plenty of time yet to sow. Any time till the 10th o November d d posed constitutional amendment whichwjll allow the employment of convict labor on the public roads and bridges?" "Are you in favor of the proposed .constitutional amendment to Section 171 of t lie Const it ut ion of Kentucky, which ed amendment will allow the classification of property for and which provide that laws passed pursuant to said shall be submitted to a vote of the people?" At spaces 4to the right of , the questions they are to have the words "Yes" hnd "No," the latter under the former word, with blank spaces beside them for the voters to stamp in. -. tax-'.atio- n will do. Of course a little earli- er furnishes better pasturage m late fall and,early spring. The Times' Against Amendment. There is a great stir about the changes in the constitution to be voted upon at the comine November election. From what we can gather it seems to us that it is the intention of the utility corporations to get a law to classify property for taxation, then so classify it that they will escape even a greater amount of just taxation than they now pay. The Times is against the amendment after glvihg.'itn, further study. The present law is good enough if the corporations can be made pay q'n all their property as the rest of us have to do. Railroad Must Pay Addltinal Tax. While granting an injunction , against, the collection of taxes on the franchise valuation of the L. & N. railroad as determined v tiyJljiB'SttiteBoitrd.of Valuation and Assessment, because the wrong method was pursued in determining it, Judge Cochran, of t tie United States Court, at Fnlnkfort, held that the valuaThe editor was in Frankfort tion wus correct and the road must pay taxes on $11,000,000 ad- Wednesday conferring with the Attorney General relative to the ded valuation. annulment of the sale of the L. Paper Thrown Into River. & E. to the L. cc N. The suit ,;ii UIMDl'llltGljr Some miscreant mysteriously Will ..,.. i : i, -- i., l... ii,i til !?,., i. I Ull CM gained entrance to the Jacks.m fort, setting forth the facts in Times oilice and carried off the the case which are sufficient to entire editioti of that paper and annul the sale. threw it into the rivej. The were recovered the next The ladies of the Methodist morning uud dried out and church will have a food sale at mailed. Strong political mutter Mrs. Adams' sample room Saturw a 8 published that wus not satis- day the 25th p. m. Cakes, pies, factory to some candidates, and cookies, chickens and etc. for tliey evidently in this way, con- sale. nived to destroy thete articles. Farmers are about through Judge Mumi reports the marri- cutting corn and some are gathage of Mr. Freuchie Km go and ering. The upland crops are Miss Mabel Bowles in Mechanics-vill- e very short, while the low land Tuesday night. crops are real good. UTT 11 1 Clark Salaries Raised. The Clark county Fiscal Court Jlif-Alice Creed visited her sisat a meeting held Saturday tixed the salaries of county officers who ter, Mrs. Noland, at Winchester ast week. will be elected for four-yea- r terms at the coming November Mrs. .Os Pettitt and Mrs. Burrel election. Akers, of Clay City, were welcome The salary j)f county judge was visitors to our town lust week. increased from .$1,000 to $1,200. Mr. rode Romulus Jackson Judge J. H. Evans protested through to Mt. Sterling Sunday to this increase being made. attend the County court on MonThe County Attorney's salary day. was increasedifrom $000 to $720. Mrs. Robert Blackburn is in The incumbent, S. D. Davis, is a Louisville this week visiting her candidate for Couiuy Superintendent J. E. son, Colson, who is attending Academy. Military Lanter, is also a candidate for re- Beechmont She roports that he is liking the election and when entering upon his rtext terni' will receive $1,000 school and is doing well. instead of the.present salary of Mr Kelly Folks has bought the ?800. Rock Crusher works at Campion Junction and is there superintendWill Try' Road Drag. ing it. This rock crusher supplies Friday and Saturday are Good much of the ballast for the Lexingltoad Days. ,The Times has had ton and Eastern Rrilroad. one of the improved road dracs Mr. D R. Clark wus in Jackson made at its owrijexponse and will try out its merits on these days. last week looking after his property Drainage heiriplthe most impor- interests. He has some good propin tant thing iri.the maintenance of erty there that is bringing him alhandsome rent money. Rent is a good roadjslhis" drag will come in Jackson as in handy, as inputs the road over most out of sight there is a great boom in the town. which it is useJI-iperfect shape. Have you noticed the smile on We hope no orje who can possibly be there will shirk his duty. Clarence Atkinson's face. You can see it for a longdistance. Can you E. B. McQfo, returned this L'UeFS what makes him so happy? morning frmWj Valley Creek, He says it's the sweetest littlt visitTenn., whereM and his partner, or in town and none other can hold C- - C-F- I e rch $$f-fi- n rrr ba rdr we n t. tv candlestick to itin beauty. Moth, last week and purchased a boun- er and son are doing wrll. dary of timber; Thty will locate The Ladies Aid of the Christian a rim stock mill at that place Church met at Mrs. D. R Clark's and Mr. Fletcher will move there last Saturday and will meet the and take charge nf the business. third Saturday of each month form s n stanton News. elation of the spirit of God to the mind of men. It is a vital force, revealing the living Christ within the living soul, building a ripe character. The American Medical Associa tion in a bulletin recently issued calls attention to the fact that a large majority of the wells of rural communities are unsafe and con- tuminated. It warns everybody to see that there ?s good drainage the well, that no filth or slop is thijtwn near it and that sur-- . face water does not wash in. Jt says that shallow wells are far tuoie apt to get polluted than deep wells. It also calls attention to the fact that good roads prevent If weeds are allowed to grow up and trash accumulate it prevems prompt evaporatio l of moisture ami promote retention of ground water. This makes ideal breeding spots for mosquitoes, Hies and other insects which are known as disease carriers. Many farms huve no drainage except by ditches along roadwuyo. Open ditches, clear of brush and debris, with hardened surface and proper fall, atl'ord these farms tho opprrtunity of ridding themselves stagnant oool. a of muny Roads well drained are dryer thaji thoce of flat surface. Thechildftn who are compelled to walk to ami fro to school need well drained roads so that their shoes will not get to wet and they wdl not take cold. Good roads are active disea't-- ore-ventiou ugencies, aside from their fiuanciul and commercial value. din-ease In .Memorlam. JL' pa-pa- rs Did it Ever Occur to You That an account with a Clean, Strong Progressive Bank gave you a considerable prestige in the business world) Accounts of all sizes welcomed 'by the Clay City National Bank, CLAY CITY, KENTUCKY. now on. The are going to serve light refreshments in the afternoon to all who desire to help in the iood work they are doint;. The ladies of both churches are the main prop and life of the work accomplished. It ought to put us Madison county has also rais- men to shame that we are not do ed the salaries of county ollicers. ing ax much and more than they The total outlay for County are doing. Judge has been raised to 1800. Mr. and Mrs. Heiry Tipton atOther officers are raised in tended the funeral of Mr. Tipton's father on Hardwick's Creek Monday. The' were at his bedside Miss Kate Daniel has returned when he died. Mr. S. W Tipton from an extended stay with her was sick for many weeks with brother, J. M. Daniel, at Win- dropsy und his death wus looked chester. for at any time. He was 70 years of age and leaves five sons to mourn J. F. Martin, Democratic can- his departuse. He was one of the didate for Jailer, was in the city best citizens of the county and the last of the week, shak.ng leaves a rich heritage of fivo splen hands with the voters. did sons. It seems today as if the world were organized against our Lord instead of against Satan. The Bible is of dynamic power and force T have visited each Magisterial in the world but we are using it as District in tbe County according to dvnnmite to throw at the other law and after having done thin, all churches who do not happen to bewho have not paid their taxes are lieve ub wo do. We ure s jealous required to come to my office and and envious at our neighbor settle on or before tho first day of churches if they get more members December. After that date a penand oeconia stronger than we do, alty of 0 and Qf0 interest will be or if they build up a stronger added, and we will at once proceed Sunday school than we do. The to collect these taxes as the law dichurch is trying to save the world rects by levying, garnisheoing and by lighting each other and Hying T. O, nail, Sheriff. etc ut each other's throat when we need to save U by the spirit of God PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. throbbing in our hearts, and brothServices 2nd and 1th Sabbaths of er working with brother, church each month. with church, Sunday School Prayer Meetings, Wednesday even to reach every man, woman , ings. and child and tell them the old, old Chua, G. Mann, pastor., Btory, The Bible is a living rev The Ladies' Aid Society of the Methodist church will meet at the residence of Mrs. W- T. next Wednesday, October 29th. All members are requested to be present. Mc-Gui- re At her residence near Irvine Estill county, Sunday, October 5th, Mrs. Kate Sale, widow of B. H. Sale passed to her reward, and was buried in the old family cemetery at Mt. Tabor. Mrs. Sale wus the daughter of Patsy and Hutson Vaughn, early settlers of Estill county, and is survived by two sisters, Mrs. Bettie Ilardwick, of Stanton, Ky., and Mrs Harriet Winburn, of Hamilton, Mo. Though for three yeur the deceased suffered with cancer, she bore her affliction with A member of the fortitude. Christian church from her earliest girlhood, her life wus spent in service of tho Master, whom she served with christian fidelity and zeal for she was ever n faithful worker in the vineyard of the Lord. Iler home was ever open to tho servants of the Muster. Her genial smile and happy won for her a place tn the hearts of all who knew her. The church has lost a useful member. A lovely christian character, she lived to a ripe old ago and retained her youthful face. Iler kindly deeds of lovo and chairty will not soon bo forgotten, and her golden virtues lcavo behind a fragrant memory. In tho valley of the shadow of death she know that Christ was witb her to comfort uud sustain her, 60 when the Master beckoned, pro-portio- NOTICE. with unfaltering tuitli, 6lio so- spered the summons. While her friends mourn, she ounces in the riches of Christ Jesus. She has gone to receive a crown of life. From her grave may violets spring. From ' earth to heaven our Until goal. O proud immortal, peace to thy soul. Miss Kate Heed, Beuttyville, Ky, THE TIMES. PUBLISH EP KVKRT THURSDAY. Commissioner's Sale. O. O. Chcnault, , vs. Executor, Plaintiffs, Amanda Anderson, et al, .Defendant. .!' $1.00 : and bounded as follows, it u Cincinnati Enqufrer 1.10 Beginning at an iron spike corner to . 90 L. Butler in the middle of said pike ; " Louisville Herald 75 thence 8 3 W 80 feet to an iron spike Home and Farm " Inland Farmer .75 in middle of said pike, corner to E. E. " American Farmer 90 West ; thence N 7W V 70 feet to a stake, Southern Agriculturist 75 corner to E. L. Butler; thence N 3 E I 8 ft. to a stake, corner to said Butler; ' The nation's safety is not a thence S 79 E 70 ft. to tho beginning, matter of battleships or standing including the Blacksmith shop. land in the 2. A army. These under might v com- County certain tract of of Kentucky, of Clark, State' manders defend from outward and lying near Indian Fields and adfoes. The foes we most dread joining the Indian Fields and Kiddville are those who from within sap Pike, beginning at (A) on the mup, a ft. our national streugth, by attack stake corner in tho said road 11 biug the integrity of our youths. N 0 W from set stono on east side of road and corner to Lot No. 1 (dower We need the giants of commerce, tract) and corner to Lot No. 4 j thence finance and organization, but with line of Lot No. 4 N 29 E 270 ft. to these are not what the nation a stone corner on tho east margin of E 516 ft. most needs. She must have men. said road ; thence N to a stake in the middle of said pike lit Not merely men in attire, but real men. Men who live close to the intersection of dirt road leading'to & corner nature and vitalize their blood Oil Springs andwith said to Cooley N Baum ; thence dirt road through fresh air and wholesome 80 33' E 200 ft. to a stake in mid exercise. r dle of said road ; thence N 76 50' E 99 Here and there some freak ft. to a stake on; south siJe of dirt road ; seems to defy all the rules of thence N 52 4V E 422 ft, to the middle good living and succeeds. He is of said road ; thence N 79 45 E 478 ft. tree on north side of a dangerous example. Nature to a black-jac- k SO E 210 ft. to a stake in mid few who can disregard road S 65 makes die of said road 8 80 55' E 215 to a stake tier laws and prosper. in middle of said road 8 78 30 E 367 ft. The nation's, safety lies not in to a stake on north. side of said road ; these, but in the mass of men thence S 32 E 114 ft. to a stake in the who try to follow her laws. In middle of said road at tho intersection this the country boy has the ad of the Kiddville and West Bend dirt road vantage. He lives much out of thenceand5 corner777 to Cooley x Baum ; S 33' E ft. to a stako on the doors, ihrbibes the fresh air, east side of the last named road; thence drinks in the odors of growing with the middle of said road S 51 .'things, and profits by their inspi 35' W 104 ft ; thence 8 67 16' W 471 ft. 8. 39 45' W 118 ft,. 8 18 W 170 ration. ft. to a stake on the west side of The decision this week of Judge said road 8 24 45' E 246 ft. to a Cochran is a great victory for the stako on south side of said road and people of this State. For years corner to Cooley & Baum and lot No. 1 Amanda Anderson it has been a known fact that the thenco withJ.line of dowerdower Ntract ; tract 66 10' railroads have not been paying W 1631 ft to the beginning, conone-hal- f the tax they should, so taining 54 acres of land. the taxing board of corporations, 3. A certain tract of land in the aided and heeded by Justus Uoe-be- l, county of Powell, state of Kentucky, set out to assess these roads and lying on both sides of the L. c E. It. It. Virden, and on both sides of at a fair cash value. They did so, Brush atCreek and bounded and de but Oh! what a stir it created, scribed to wit: as follows, resulting in the roads engaging Beginning at (1 on tho map, a stump in a powerful fight, the end of corner to C. O. Clemons ; thence N. 17 which is dawuing with a great 1 10 W. 405 ft. to 2 a stone corner to ; S victory for the State. The roads T. B. Ware ofthenco & 7260 W 838 ft. to the center the L. E. It. It. and conare now talking a compromise, tinued in all 2640 ft to 31 a stone cor hut the State authorities so far ner to T. B, Ware and 0. O. Curtis; have stood firm. The people of thence 8 17 10' E 405 ft. to (4) a stake the State are .applauding them corner to same ; thence S 22 2 E 487 stump corner ft. to ana exclaiming, "no coin pro thence(5)Na86 W 705 ft. toto saida Curtis (6,) stone mise." corner to said Curtis ; thence 8 38 30' E A ready print house had a rep- 676ft. to(7) a large black oak tree corner 8 resentative to see us Monday to E. D. Curtis ;thenceO. 72 E 444 ft. to (8) a stone corner to E. Curtis ; thence1 endeavored to get us to en- 8 35 E 482 ft. to 9 a stone corner to and large our paper to eight pages, said Curtis; thence S 21 E 1314 ft. to saying as it would bo double in (10) a stake corner 10 ft. 8 63 30! fuze it would be double in worth, E from small pine tree and corner to, and that we could double our said Curtis ; thence N 75 E 1595 ft. to1 circulation and business all the center of the L. & E. It. It., and rontin-- j, way around. He didn't laud us, ued in all 2640 ft. to 11 a stone corner' for we don't believe there is one to Judge Mastin; thence N 20 E K03S uf our readers but what would ft. to tho beginning, containing' rather have the Uourier-Cournu- l 208 acres of land which docs not; weekly uud the Times for a dol- include the area of the It. H. right-oflar, than the Times us large way, church lot and grave yard. Tho all of the increase being Church lot is bounded as follows, ready print, for $1 00. a stone corner 8. and W corner of church lot and 20 ft. S 60 W And there stands citizen Jus- from large syeamoro tree marked as' ft. 11 tus (Joebel in the thickest of the pointer ; thence N 65 E 208 stake corner light, persistently battling for the 23 W 208 0 in Ilrushtocreek ; thence N a stone corner; feet Ho lias the thenco S 65 W 208 people's rights. ft ; thence S nerve uud will power of his la- 2.1 E 208 ft. to the beginning, con-- 1 ( The Times tiiining 1 acre of land. The grave-yar- d mented brother. want no better mini for (ioveru-d- t U bounded as follows, it : Beginning 'at an end post of wire fence N than he is. Courier-Journal to-w10 66-15-3-2-4-8-7-6-6-09-12-8-26-1V 72-172-172-1to-w- Subscription rates 81 a year or three By virtue of a Judgment and Order of,Sale Of the Clark Circuit Court, renyears in advance $2. dered at. the Septemhcr.ffctmuthercof, 1013, in the abovo cause, for tho sum of J E. burgher, Publisher. Nine Thousand Dollars I shall proceed to offer for sale at tlio Court1 Houeo Entered ns second-clas- s mail matter. door In Wnchc8ter,Ky.,to the highest bidder at Public Auction on Monday October 23, 1913. the 27th day.of, October, 1013, at 2:00 Thursday, o'clock P.,lM. or thereabout (Doing County court dayX, upon the credit of CLUB RATES. twelve months, the following For the convenience of our sub- six and property, described scribers, we have arranged club rates 1. .A certain tract of land in thq with the following papers at priceg county of Clark, State of Kentucky, below mentioned: and adjoining the Indian Field and The Times and e Kiddville Pike and situated at to-w- it: Kidd-vill- E 118 ft. to nn end post of wire fence ; thence N 7 30 W 105 ft. to. to a stone N E corner of said lot; thence N 87 W 124 ft. to a stako corner thence 8 8 '15 129 010 ft. to the beginning, containing of nn aero , of lnnd. With reference to this parcel known as the Virden tract, the Commissioner is directed to and will first offer it for salo in three (3) parts: First, that? part of it which lies on tho south side of the County road ; second, that part of it which lies between tho County road and tho Lexington & Eastern Railroad ; and third, that part which lies north of the Lexington & Eastern Railroad. Ho will then offer said tract as a whole and accept tho bid, or bids, which will produce tho most money. 4. A certain tract of land being tho remainder of what is known as tho Donahue tract, situated in the county of Clark, Stato of Kentucky, and adjoining the Indian Fields and Kiddville Piko and lying on both sides of Lulbe-gru- d Creek, and bounded as follows, Beginning at a point in the center of said pike, comer in Anderson heir's line and corner to the land sold to Emma M. Clay f thenco with line of Anderson heirs 8 0 30' E 570 2 ft. to a stone corner to Edgar Baum ; thence with said lino N 86 30' E 1540 ft. to a stone to said Baum, on the east side of Lulbegrud creek ; thenee N 29 30' E 083 ft. to a stone eorncr on East side of Lulbegrud creek In-- ' T. J. Itaborn and corner to the tract'bf land sold to Emdivision lino ma M. Clay ; thence-witof said tract 8 5 W 1881 6 ft cross ing Lulbegrud creek to the beginning, containing 22.51 acres of land. So much of what is known as the Mc- Clure tract as wlU'bo required to raise an amount. equal to the difference between the sum of the proceeds of parcels 1, 2, 3, and 4 and the sum of Nine Thousand Dollars 19,000.00 the part to be sold being the Southern portion of said farm, the acreage sold to include the improvements, and to lie between the southern line or the farm ana a new Northern line'; which is to be a straight line running in an Eastward direction from the turnpike parallel to the Southern boundaryline ; said Northern line to be so located as to make the proper acreage so. sold. Said McOlisre farm Is described as follows : 5. A certain tract of land lying in the county of Montgomery , State of Kentucky, arid Qiflhe waters of the North Fork of Lulbegrud creek bounded and described as follows, Beginning at a small black walnut tree on the east side of the croek and a corner to Asa S. Kldd, formerly Susan SIcGlure, etc. ; thence with line ofsame N 80 4 E 217-- 8 ft. to a set stone at a pair of bars corner to same ;' thence N 63 4 E 1879 feet to a set stone corner to same ; thenco E 79 4 E 959-- 0 ft. to a set stone corner to same and Cas well Prewitt; thence with Prewitt's line N 80-- 3 E 643 ft. to a point in the branch 15 links S 80-- 3 W from a stone set on tho eastbanks, a corner to said Prewitt and Moberly ; thence up tho branch with Moberly's line N 3 209 li ft. to a set stone ac the forks of the branch, a corner to said Moberly ; thence up tho left hand fork of the W 634 branch N 24 ft. to a set stone corner to same rthenco N 11 W400 ft. toun ash tree on tho west side of the branch a corner to same ; thence N 87 W 223 ft. to a set stone on the hill a corner to same ; thence N 1 4 E 337 ft. to a set stone corner to same; thence 25 w E 766 It. to a set stone corner to Newton Abner; thence N 44 W 1158 ft. to a set stone corner to Geo. Holmes in Abneyline; thence W 1452 ft. to with Holmes' line S 46 a set stone in Grigsby'sline aiid a cor ner to said Holmes ; thence with Grigs-by- 's line 8 35 E 854 ft, to a set stone between an elm and oak trees corner to V 8184-1- 0 saidGrigsby; thenco 86 ft. to a set stone on the south side of a branch just below an ash supling, a cor- ner to Grigsby ; thence N 66 W 1448 ft. to a forked lynn tree on a hillside a1 corner to Grigsby ; thence 8 75 4 W 1 12 ft, to a set stone corner to suino 103 ft. to met stono thence N403-4W 129 corner to same, thence N 60 ft. to a large elm tree on the east branch of the creek, a corner tp same;' ft. crossing the thence 8893-- 4 W 97 creek to a point in the middle of the Aft. Sterling and Kiddville turnpike 011 aline between said elm on the creek and u dripping spring on the west side of the turnpike, a corner to T. J. Itaborn; thence along tho average midW dle of the turnpike as follows : 8 8 Uu ft. and 8 13 4 W 896 ft. and 8 7 W 830 ft. W 1338 ft. and S 14 W 15 and 8 2 ft. and S 14 2 E 81 SO 8-6-83-1- 00 to-w- it: 86-3to-w- it: 3-3-8-5-6-1- -2 6-1- -2 17-3-3-3-1- -4 7--2 7-2-2-W -4 4-1- -2 5-3--4 Q 1- -2 1- -2 8-- enstedge of tho metal of said road: thence 8 18 E 132 ft. to near a set stono on tho east sido of the turnpike corner to Asa 8. Kldd, formerly Susan ; thence leaving the turnE270 pike with lines of same N 26 ft. to a set stono corner to same ; thence N 14 4 E 287 M0 ft. to the place of beginning, containing within acres of land. said boundary 160 Or sufficient thereof to produce tho sums of money so ordered to bo made. For the purchase price, the purchaser, with appoved surety or securities, must execute bond, bearing legal Interest from the day of sale until paid, and having the force and effect of a JudgBidders will be prepared to ment. comply promptly with these terms. J. T. STOKELY, Master Com'r Clark Circuit Court. It. A. CHILDS, JOUETT & JOUETT, Attorneys. 12-3-66-1- Deafness Cannot be Cured by local applications, as they can-nreach the diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to cure deafness, and that is by con; ut stitutionul remedies. Deafness caused hv an intlitnied condition of lining of the Eustachthe When this tube is inian Tube. flamed you have n ruinblinir sound or imperfect tmirinc, and when it is entirely closed, Deaf mss is the the result , mid unless the in flu 1'iiir hi- tnken out and this tube restored to it normal condition, hearim; will be destroyed forever; nine eiiseti out.of ten are caused by an Catarrh, which is nothing-nuinllnnied condition of the mucous surfaces. i'e will give One Hundred Dollars lor any frise of Deafness (calls-et cannot be curHardwick & Co., leading mer- ed by catarrh-by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send chants of Stanton, are receiving for circulars,, free. their fall goods. They always F. J. Cheney & Co , Toledo,' O luive the good 8 to please and the Sold by Druggists, 75. customers to satisfy. See their Take Hall's Family Pill for new ad this week in the Times. 1 nui'-ous ma-tio- n - t d ) tt-a- Your sbeep, hogs, cattle, horses and mules are subject to u1 worms. These ravenous pests multiply by the rniHiona, starve your stock, keep them poor, weak, and out of condition. VET it a medicated Mock worm Ire 1 1 mmamKKKtttKKKKtMfr eatt tht wiU rid every animal on your plica of worm, quickly and Jul and health. No pay if It telle. No doeioc, do dreocMnc. feeler, put imp tlwm ead themeclvee, .thrive It where all your etock can run to K freely. They wilt doctor cerry It In eli eUee from 7Je fleeh. Sal-Vla not etenWe. We put on money-meklo- c up. Come In and lit a peckefe to try. You will be pleeeed with the rooulie. Wctueraatoott, Sole kywmBKKKBBUBm LOWE & CROWE, Rosslyn.'Ky. COflE TO OUR STORE Let us Show You this is the Store for Price and Quality. Carry a Full Line of Hay ties - Hen son Shoes which covers the South like the morning dew. We -t THEY FIT SO NEAT AND LOOK SO NICE WE ALSO SELL TJHEM AT PRICES RIGHT. When you you ''X OS 1. want 1 to buy Merchandise , come to If you come one time you'll come back not admit of pjicing our Mer As space more. We ar chundise, come let us price them to you. sure we can interest you in prices anil quality. our Storo. We sell ior Cash and Exohangefor Pro- duce only. IM. ADAMS Xena, Ky. & SON ' ' ''.!' '. The city was full of candidates Don't forget those good roads days Friday and Saturday of this Saturday, and how well it seems. No drinking,, pulling or hauling week. with floaters. The campaign, is O. W. Lovel, tif Louisvillr, so nice this year, it makes oiie PAPEtl. A HOME-MAw.as here Saturday to see some think the world is growing better, of the citizens', owners of Clark and it has grown very much bet THURSDAY, October '23, 1013, county luiid through which the ter so far .as PoWeH couii'ty is ' Kentucky pipe line will run. coucernedi The pipe line will run from Eus LOCAL BREVITIES. After Bootleggers. tern Kentucky gas fields to LouAmanda Coulee, charged with isville and will furnish that city illcgel sale of whiskey, 'was fined Onshior Whitt was in with natural gas. Tuesday. .$80 and twenty days in jail THE TIMES. USE hope: MILLS FJL.OUR AN UNEXPECTED GUEST for luncheon or dinner will enjoy the delightful trial of home-made- , bread, that is made from the Pearl flour. The loaves made front iIiIk high grade flour lire fine, light, white mid of tempting flavor andli satisfy- ing lucheon can be mAder on the excellent bread (with 'sweut butter) that is made from tne Pjqarl flour. DE i Morgan chester, business. McKinn'ey, of Winwas hero Saturday on t ,' W. J. Baugh, of Jackson, Was .here Saturday shaking hands with old friends. Work on Dr. Martin's house is fast progressing with several carpenters on the job. Dr. Haydon, veterinary, was here Friday and Saturday practicing his profession. T. E. Tipton and J. W. Daw-soof. Winchester,!., were h6re n, Friday buying cattle. . , ; II. L. Shiuifessel and w'erp on V J. LjMf- Idadijjg . rhersoni'two cattle dealers, . ) r the Mt. Steriine market Monday witn a real nice drove at select cilttlo . ' ,i Monday 1 wsiB ter day. A' cold rain fell the greater part'of'the'day and some the litat reat .was.-snowing- rt t Win- '' Wednesday in Judge Witt's court. Ellen Hardy, charged with ative is what people demand when same ofTense, $100 and forty suffering from constipation. Thou- days. , Made sands swear by Dr. King's New Marshes Gilbert and Hawkins Life Pills. Hugh Tillman, of San captured- u quantity of whiskey Antonio, Tex. writes': "They are, alleged to belong to Wes Nenl, beyond question, the best pil-'- my who disclaimed the ownership. wife and I have ever taken." They The liquor' is still in possession never cause pain. Price 25c. at of the officers. Estill Tribune. druggists, or by mail. All on one court day. If we II. E. Bucklen & Co. Philadelphia could get a few such convictions or St. Louis. in Powell, the county would dry teaching up mnch faster. West French, after two successful, sjnging schools, Eczema anil Itching Cured dne- - at Kimhrell and one at The soothing, healing medication Hardwick"V Creek, has returned in Dr. Hobson's Eczema Ointment to his home at.Berea. Mr. French penetrates every tiny pore of the is very proficient in his instruc- skin, clears it of all impurities tions. ' He will return to this stops itching instantly. Dr. s county some time next month on Eczema Ointment is 'guaranoth,er business, and some have teed to speedily heal eczema, rash, suggested that his services be es, ringworm, tetter and other un secured to'instruct a vocal class sightly eruptions. Eczema Oint in this city. ment is a doctor's prescipti.in, not A Oeotle and Effective Laxative A mild. .gentle and effective laxs I by, J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, Ky. When in Need of ' Builder's Hardware, Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles, ; Hob-son'- Cooking, or Heating Go to or Write Stoves, v Women Who set Dizzy 'Snow Halves - were aIso Hying , Every woman who ',b troubled through; theiair Tuesday f with, fainting and dizzy Bpells, detli&L. & backache,, headache, weakness, Ourthanks or kidney bility , constipation N.lliilrod"for.tneir- splendid vrhena crossing jusfeonjplefed troubles should use Electric Bitters. give relief when nothing e'se iu thiscity.. The bridge carpen- They will, improve the health, adding ters are stili with, us,, however, strengthuand vigor from the first they are doing some repajr-wordose, Mrs. Lauia Gaines, of Avo-con lie east end bridgcacross the La., says: "Four doctors.Jiad. riveK ,, given me pp and my children and The continuation or rain over all my friends were looking for me Sunday uud Monday provoked to die, when my son insisted that the prophecy for an October. tide, I use Electric Bitters. I did so, hut the tide did not materializf , anr5 ihey have done me a world of nor did ' the river rise to the or eood." Just try them. 50o. and dinary low water mark. The 'l.QQ at all druggists or by mail. earth seemed to drink up the H. E. Bucklen & Co. Philadelphia wuter soonas; ifell. or St. Louis. .are---dtue of. the; time- it . an experiment. All druggists or by mail, 50c. Pfemer Chemical Co., Philadelphia and St. Louis. Grubbs & Benton, . - J. C. EVERMAN, UNQERTAKER, Cor. Main and Broadway, ' a, We Bend, 'i - Ky. Winchester, - Ky. . Has a Complete Line of Caskets and Burial Goods. i Work done in Powell and rounding Counties. Long Dltance Telephone Sur- HARDWICK and COMPANY. aiHaMMHHHHMBMMMilMBMMni at Argyle. Fall and Winter GOODS. Our Fall and Winter 3oods are now in. We want you to see them, and compare quality and prices to that of other dealers. It is to your interest to do this, for you should learn where you can get the most foi your money or and where you can find the best selections of both new and staple styles. We ask you who do not althe ready know to give us a chance to prove thnt we can save you money. To you who deal with us and know we want to say we feel that are in even better position to satisfy your wants and glvo you better values than ever We can not here call special attention io every line we carry, but want all to know that we handle "Queen shoes for men, Quality" shoes for women, "Walk-Over"Buster Brown" school shoes, '.Hart, SchafTner tc. Marx, and "The Kit System" clothing for men, "Aster" brand hats for men, "Arrow" brand men's shirts and collars, "Duck Brand" rain coats, for all, "Ball Brand" rubber And if in need of any of the following it will footwear. pay you to call. Dry goods, notions, women's, misses' hats, neckwear, unt and children's coaUj detwear, umbrellas, hand bags, lace curtains, trunks, suit cases, rugs, and etc.. and etc. In fact see us for anything you need. We handle The Bain wagons and get them by the car load, and will give you tho benefit of tHe differ, ence in price. If in need of one, ask some one about theiif who 'knows them and get our prices and we will surely make the sule. pro-duce, bo-for- e. Come to Our Store TREES! ! Fruit and Shade, Shrubs, drape And let us ahaw you what a nice line of goods Our stock of Dry Goods, Notion-, Vines, Peonies, Phlox, Rhu-bir- b, Roses, etc., etc. ORCHARD, Everything for LAWN, and GARDEN. we carry. Groceries, Hardware, Clothing, Shoes and etc is replete with NO AOENTS FREE CATALOdS QROWERS OF WHAT WE SELL. 1841 1913 Variety, Style and Quality. THIS COMBINED WITH OUR H. F. Hillenmeyer& Sons, Lexington, Ky, , HMMWMWMMMMHWWli CAPITAL. STOCK. j 1 00.000 3 'A " Low Prices j!' BUni'LUBANDUN- j DIVIDED PKOEUTS, miiTit 2OO,00O3 1 Make it to your interest to give lis a good share of We strive to please our customers be- ' P your trade. Winchester Bank", jj OKj WINCIIBTKH, KY. t cause we know, ca tie fled customers are our best assets. E , W, ready-to-we- ar It. Sl'UAH, OAHUtKHl 3 3 YourS to please, E VOUK ACCOUNTS SOLICITED 3 WM)M mi WaltevHIe,, Ky. II rtwiifcat i JOHNSON ITH BOOKkEJtPINS - TELEGRAPHY MCMKSS CM.LEIE tint ui bukla tMnm tHMbiM, bu run ol uritaM.ta lo IHD bmtcuUU ur 10.UJ9 Hardwiek & Co., Stanton. i PROGRAMME OF SPOUT SPRING. Jnrdon Barnett, who moved to Montgomery county a few weeks ago, KyM Teachers' Association, to Ins held ut Stanton, Oct. 25, 1013, Dovotional at 9:30 a. m. hij moved back. Teachers of second Ed. Div. J. 0. Hanley K.S. Boluiiiium Uosponso Mr. 0. J. Davis. r. Object of Meeting Miss Kebele JI. What nru the Possibilities of Agriculture in the Kurul School? Dudley Cnudell HI. What Books Should a Teacher read outtodu of his Professional Mary Lyie. Literature?' How Create a Love for ItcaditiK? Miss lirond. Every Teacher should be Indus unions. trious, Earnest and hy audliuw Dillard atson. A School Trustee Should be in VI. Sympathy with the Work of the How Uural School Teacher. Gain that Sympathy? Dillard Estes. VII. How Obtian Perfect AttendMrs. Iva Hanks. ance? VIII Should not the School Housu be as Good and Attractive as any House In'thu District? Why? Miss Alpha Uobbins. IX. What Am I Jjpintf to do to make thu School Exhibit a Success? General Discussion. Benediction. Kxercises-Kc- v pt. Welcome Addru.is-Sti- Edna Curtis, who has been very sick with fever for several weeks, is now much better, being able to. walk about the house. Henry W.illiams, one of the big cattle feeders of Montgomery county, was here Saturday and weighed up a bunch of plain cattle that he bought a few weeks ago, at .f 5 90. Miss BANKERS 0FFEr PRIZES Y V FOR CORN GROWING CLUBS. Georgetown Men Will Dispense With Calendar Advertising to Carry ' Out Plan. ' See change in ilurdwick and this issue. Don't forget they are leaders in their lines and sell at correct prices. Give them a call. Go. 'a ad in There have been too many murders lately. Let us think of something cheerful, as for the fact that Christmas is less than three months away. Hay Baler for Sale. Full steel chamber and plunger. None better. Virtually a brad new machine, having been used but ten days. Will sell for the astonishing low price of $100, or will trade same to livestock or growing corn. J. E. Burgher. this year, says the Louisville Herald, and the money usually spent along that Hue will be given, by the bankers in prizes to the Boys' Corn Growing clut of Scott county. Commissioner of Agri rlculture Newman recently received u communication from the bankers ol Georgetown stating that such action had been decided upon nt a meeting ol the bankers. As a result of this action about $200 from that source will b given in prizes. This seems to be a sane and sensible thing to do. Calendar advertising brings Inadequate returns for the mon ey Invested. The banks Of this state are spending $30,000 or 540,000 annual ly for" calendars, and except in rare cases this Is a "dead" expense. It was all right years ago when banks first began to use this medium of advertising, but now practically every busi ness house In every town passes out calendars to its customers. The merchant, the miller, the butcher, the blacksmith and others make a bid for trade In this way. As a result the bank's customers have more calendars than they know what to do with and tot that reason none of them are prop-orlappreciated. We venture the assertion that the lead of the Georgetown bankers will be followed by the bankers ail over the state. y Calendar advertising will be alspens ed with by the bankers of Georjjetowr. Dr. Kind's New Discovery to euro of our subscrib. their coughs, cnldx, throat nnd, him; ers aro iu arrears. We anticipate troubles. Every dose. h"lps. Price oO, and .$ 00. AH druyglntfl. a change in business which collecting every II. E, Hufklen & Co Philadelphia our cent due us. This is imperative. or St. Lou.!,-"- . Please do uot disappoint us. By Oct. 80th, we will mail a. state, ment to.overyubscriber indebted to us who does not pay up by hope not 0110 Make Your Wet Land Productive. that time, and-wof them will delay us. By the im-- of drain tile you eai. In making out so many of these turn that low, wet, iifeleR. twnin statements it is most likely some pv field into the most productive tile, mistake will occur, and should sjiot on your farm. properly placed, not only carries off youra be one of them, gentle atirpliiM water, it udmit air to tHie reader, do not take anyxcep. Mill and make, it :ihv to work. tious but write us and tell us It improves any il. The increace of our mistake, and we wiil gled-l- In the value of the innd if ilium' make thu proper corrections. tillie- - the cost of the tile TIB IllHt year's crop from tiled land pays A decided improvement of the for it. Any bodv can do the work Times is contemplated, but it successfully. ' Write fur particurakes money to put it through. lars or cell at oui plant. Please respond promptly. Red River Brick & Tile The Publisher. Three-fourth's To, Our'Subscrlbers. Very Serious serious matter to ask for one medlcina and have the wronjr one c'.vca I'OJ. Fcr this yc 1 in buyinj to reason we be crcfui to get th i genuine cra Farm Drain Tile BLACK- LiveTfcerer ble medicine, digestion i 2?ASMT - - Medicine- ly established. other medicines. others, or it would not uc the favorite liver powder, wi.h a larger sale.than all cthcra combined. SOLD IN TOWN F2 y We sell The Bain wagons. We Company, KENTUCKY OVER 6C YEARS' EXPERIENCE handle them by .the car load, and can. therefore save you money. STANTON It is one of the best wagons on he market. If you are in need of a wagon, and do uot know The Bain, it will pay you to investigate them by learning about them from those! who do know them. Har(iwick & Company, IRADE IYI.KH Anrone iendliig n liflr'h niul dowlpllnn mnj quickly lucertiiln our oimiiIihi frou whottier an liiTonllnn U prolinblr putetitahlo. CmiimnnlrA. tloiimtrlctlTeiiiiUdeiilliil. HANDBOOK on I'ntenu aunt free. OMcat otrencr forBuvurlntrpfitnittfl. Intents taken thrciuuli Jluun X Co. rocelTt ipecial notice, without charaa. In tus elr handiomelr lllnnlraled cillalluil of anr cleutlUo Jiitiriutl. Tcriua, (1 a reiir: four nionlba, $1. Sold b all rewadenlera. A tit.intou. CopvmoHTS Designs &c Nothlni? i more Important in the home than clear, steady light. Insure this by Retting- the oil that burns clear and clean without a flicker down to tbe last drop. IVnnsjlvanla crude oil refined to perfection. Coats no more thnn' the Interior Rosslyn. Mies Grace Maxwell' tankwagon olla saves MONEY saves WORK saves eyes. Your dialer has SOLITE OIL In barrtl direct from our works. visited at Chas. C. Stoll Oil Co. Lexington, Ky. Lombard this week. a Sckndfic American. wpoklr. Tjtraeit IlraDcb Office. 625 Dr. A. T. Knox and wife made trip to Louisville this week. ' Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Meadows ieft Monday for Maucelona, Mich. o Mt. Sterleng'&no! MUNN&Co.36,BrMd""- - New York F BU Washington. B. & 1 Refiner at Warren, Pa. We sell the celebrated "KoCarb" Anto OIL Sheriff T. 0. Hall made a trip stayed from Friday till Tuesday.. Rev. L. F. Manri will preach At the. M eth pjleliii rq U. Sunday at 11 a. m. and Sunday evening at 7 p. m. THINK OF IT Here's a liniment that is guaranteed to relieve all aches, or you got back your money. -- WATCH IT RUB IM" j siijpps e, i Let Us Show You Some of Our New GOODS. Some Beautiful New Anna H. Welch 1ms returned from Hazard, Ky. where she has been visiting her sister, Mrs. B. L. Drake. Miss The Family Cough Medicine. every home there should be a iiottle of Dr. King!s New Discov. ry. ready for immediate use when my member of the family contractu 1 cold or u cough. Prompt use will S. A. "top the spread of jMcknefR. Slid, of Manon, Mi"h., writes: "my whole family depends upon Dr. Kinir's New DUcovery as the best uniiL'h nnd c.tld medicine In the Two 50c. bottles cured me vorld of pneumonia." TIious.iikIh of nth. In. v ' Headache, tfeuralia. Each-ach- RKiumatifcm. Sore Feet. Coras and other pains qufckly yield tothe goothini; inlluence of this wonderful remedy. jfsk fo,r Your pioivey tack if it fails to relieve any ache in any part of your body in fifteen minutes time. 50c at druggists, or by mall, postpaid. iteRIIFIIMATlSM S Bourbon Remedy KY. Co., , RWUUjAjAOUCHe, SACHE.MWiACljt SP1WltMUl3i(IC75 ReadytoWear Suits that are bound to please. LEXINUTON, Illta. wtVat -- yi tt' i tv w I I Our line, of V Lawns, Percales, and other equally t families have leenentirely and depend ben-"fltte- -l upon Dress Goods should be seen to be appreciated. Come in and let us (it RICHMOND. KY. RMMMMM1MMIB It Always Helps says Mrs. Sylvanla Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., In writing of her experience with Cardui, the woman's tonic She says further: "Before I began to use Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able to do any of my housework. After taking three bottles of Cardui, I began to feel like a new woman. I soon gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, as well as run a big water mill. I wish every suffering woman would give you up ready for the summer weather with goods that are both Stylish and cool. We have our usual large cerainly please you. full store and can SHIMFESSEL'S. CATJ Pi Mil 0 prnll.li.l.d-rrtm..l.frllr., Training ARM (School for Teachers A Courtvi loaalaf I. EHuwvlary, l III loU'tunlUU ub Cm. Yall-fa all ru'il. tintfatat. bpfoll f JufUturkf. BilwvU nuufNi. aii.l tt47ls Af (War. Tailloa frt I.J'tf- lltfi'lll nalnU.. T a . . It. Bwona Term S.r.mbv tT rMi'ih Trm April T S.a.uJf C""0,"r- f- l. IWul mI. ! Thirl Tr, ITi-H- J ' j. a. CUAHHK. m , CARDUI The Woman's Tonic ut FLOUR LOWE & the Best Brands. $3 per cwt. All a trial. I still use Cardui when I feel a little bad, ' and it ahvays does me good." 'l.yoHnIuwtlnial Utrrod. imii1 .uii-h- , PORT m 1 hIv - ndl.'o 1 ha iMirHOrfNortl. trlila nHuuHiqj, in Bwit 4 trvairaa. iiooic Beiyis wua if ut ryj Uivala'tida xu oajtin i 'i till. rTCNT. B.nuwmus. .rill n. ... ... i.irtiiv. whlrll (luteal U ami uiii v t'OiWo lu.viiuattea, 5 R" r nirla. I or i'bjtu, lor liv l.l..il lira.!. AM Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, feelings, etc., are sure signs of womantired, worn-oly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's tonic. You cannot, make a mistake in trying Cardui for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing women for more than fifty years. CROWE, lslyn Get a Bottle Today! IM P 1303 Seventh St., WajhlngtM.U C,