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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): October 30, 1913 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1913 cla1913103001_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 30, 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 SI. 00 a Year in Advance. W; arc here to iclp Clay ITY TIMES. CitjIe StfrroaniiDg Coonlry mi Onrselves. 1. E. Uurghcr, I'ublishcr. VOL. XVIII. CLAY 'CITY, KY.?jfffXJRSDAY. OCTOBER 30, J9I3, NO. U Damaging EvMMt afcalmt fke L & N. The Cheapest Way. Game Abundant'. such a way, and is beyond the STANTON. NEWS. The LouisyXrjBoaril of Trade If you are going to Lexington Qqail was never more a bun power of description Thi oig steel and desire1 to save a little mon- dant and rabbits were never so in its fight itffett- away from the Miss Mary Rice in home again af wrecker on the regular L. & N. road ey, instead of buying your ticket, numerous as this season which clutches of tlM dr N. Railroad ter a Ave week's visit in Lexington. was sent for and Monday it performed wonders in the clearing up st raiuht through to Lexington will open November 15th. Some by action incite Federal Court Mrs. Fred Dlacktium was visiting of the wreckage. It and paying $1.20 for it, buy it. of the boys have been heard bearing on tliia)$irbit.rary switch- banging away this early, not withstanding the provisions of the law. The license law pro tected the game' last, winter un til the rabbits this summer were so thick as to partially destroy many different kinds of growing crops, particularly beans, sweet. potatoes, cabbage and penute. Most farmers are anxious for them to get an old fashioned be 10 cts. per trip, . thinning out this winter, that There are two causes for this. they may be no hindrance next First, the L. & N. must meet the spring. competitive price of the O. & O. which runs from" Winchester to Land Sold at Commissioner's Sale The land advertised in the Lexington ; second, the L. & N. discriminates against the moun- Times to be sold at Commission tain traffic. Before the L. & N. er's sale at Winchester Monday, unlawfully bought the L. & . was disposed of as follows : you could buy a one thousand L. Butler purchased mile L. & E. mileage book for of an acre near Kiddville for $225. $20.00, now that, competition has W. B.Woodford purchased a tract been removed by the sale, the of 208 acres,near Virden at $8.60 same mileage costs $25.00, or 25 per acre. T. Stanley Clay was more. the purchaser of 05 acres near The treatment of the L. & N. Indian fields for $7.14 per acre Seventy-fou- r acres near the Montto mountain people, according to gomery line went, to J. C. Lisle our version, is low down, arro- at $58.75 per acre. B. F. Berry gant, contemptableand insulting. purchased 22 acres between KiddOur people should lend the State ville and Indian Fields at $98 ull the aid possible in annulling per acre. the unlawful sale ot this road to Judge Hardwlck Buys Land. the L. & N. We are longing for Judae John A. Hardwick, of the restoration of the pleasant Stanton, purchased luesuay boti t 00 acres of a naV.inT'Ba W wTiich was satisfactory to all county of J. Carroll Hamilton business men and all passengers. and possession will be given at once. The price is said to be one-eight- oniy to Winchester, for which you will only have to pay 00 cts. When you get. to Winchester get off and buv your ticket, on to Lexington. You will find it to only cost you 55 cts. which makes the trip cost you but $1.15 in. stend of $1.20. You can do the .mine thing coming from Lexington, so the saving both ways will ing roles ofjHte said road, are at the old home place in Clark bringingout fe sensational ev- county this week. idence agaiusjypp unscrupulous Miss Anna Hardwick had a box managcinentihe.octapus car- supper at her school house last Fri rier. Tuosdayjiu million dollar day night and every box was sold stock dealer ajjDeiroit testified in a hurry. There was a great to quit buying scarcity of boxes for the crowd that he hoes and cattMin Louisville be- present. cause lie condBfc get them from Dr. Lemming has sold his house over tne h. 5JK, without great and lot that adjoins Tilford Ab- delay and serfapii loss in weights. ner'e place for $000. Wo have not He said that1i,v4 stock could not learned the name of the one who be handled frorcthe stock yards bought it except they are from without the :wo of L. & N. Montgomery county. switches. Otheeevidence of like Mrs. Margaret Vance returned character was afco introduced. home this week from a month's Wednesday 'representative of visit in Pulaski county among rela tne Aivey iergtfton Uo., ot tivps. was-foMuin-ctunati, the way it could handle those great steel, cars and set them up on the track. The loss to the railroad will run into the many thousands of dollars. Had the cars been of the wooden type instead of the steel ones, they would not have been worth hauling off except the trucks. Five negroes were put oil' at Clay City and had they been on at that time they certainly would have been killed. Some claim that there is at least one or two still buried in the wreckage but the writer talked with three of those pat oil at Clay City and they say that there were none on. The wreck drew great crowds of ptople from all directions. in h We are glad to welcome her back among us again as we have ville, said fcheyere driven from Louisvillb soteTylob account of the m'used her punctual attenda ice at shipping policyrjbf the L. & N. church and faithful sorvcie as railroad. Luinlier dealers testi- - Treasurer. but fomnerly of Louis- .hat they cVdld not get lum ber satisfactoriiyVshipped to them from over auyfoiher road. Oue dealer says hej&ad a shipment wilfully held pPhfor thirty-nindays by the in order to get its limj share of the charges from t tlfc$ road handling the lumber parkff the' way When oue.HjML er dealer com- nlained- to 'MaMbaH Smith. tied e - There will be a Junior Endeavor Socieey started this coming Sunday at 2 :30 at the Presbyterian Church. All young people between the ages of seven and fifteen are invited, and as many of those from the Senion Society to help in getting it started, this is a move in the right direction and needs the of the parents in seeing that thr young folks attend. At the last moment beforo an election politicians are prone to try to tell some falsehood or start some slanderous story about their opponents They stoop to the dirty method of slinging mud at the men on the other side. Sometimes this does harm, but more often it does not. The man who will sling mud at his oponent usually has dirty hands himself. As one man has expressed it, "Never reply to a false attack. Your friends don't need, it and your enemies wouldn't bel'liev. you anyway." Let us go to the polls next Tuesdav and put in the men whom we thing will make the best officers for our county. Let not Partyism nor kin ship interfere with the choice of good men. Because a man Is kin to us doe not bind anyone to vote -- 1 The Durchase in eludes the general merchandise The Clay City National bank store at Flat. O eek, which Judge has one of their splendid state- Hardwick will operate. Mr. ments in this issue, answering Hamilton retains the home place, Mt. Sterling Gazette. the Comptroller's call. These statements always look good to The Madison county grand iu us, from a point of safety, and ry, following in the wake of the the deposits this time show up Clark county election inveshga handsomely both for the bank tinn, has succeeded in iinding and the depositors. twelve .Mid.ctmeuts for bribery. Splendid Statement. $125 an acre. Let Us Show You Some of Our New GO DS. Some Beautiful New ReadytoWear Suits that are bound to please. i Our line of Lawns, Percales, and other ' Dress Goods should be Welch, Misses Kabele, Broad and McDill attended the big Teachers' meeting at Winchester last Friday and Saturday, and all report it a great success. On Saturday the xecond division of the Powell County teachers held a meeting at the College Chapel, and the pro gram given as published. These It is uo wonder that Louisville meetings are of great help to the didn't show up the growth when teachers and should be attended by the last ceusus was taken, that all that can come. The next meet was expected. It was simply a ing will be on Cat Creek next month. Announcement will be case of t he monopolistically in made in time. dined L. & N. driving trade a At the business meeting of the way from the city. Christian Eedeavor Society last Wednesday night, it was voted and Democratic Ticket. n gen- a committee appointed to ask the The following merchants of Stanton not to give tlemen have been designated as out cigarette papers to our young Democratic nominees to be voted men or boys. As it is a violation for in the fall election, the neces of the law to do so, we trust that sary petition having been tiled in none of our merchants will do so It is recognized that the evil of ci due time with County Clerk J. garette smoking is in the paper and W. Woolory. so to evade the violating of the law it has been the habit of stores to W. T. McQuire, Police Judgo, keep the papers in such a place S. D. Rose, Marshal, that young men know where to go Y L. Loving, and et them. In this way they I Tom Mouutz, neither give nor sell the papers.but Charlie Anderson, Trustees nevertheless there is not much difDr. Williams, ference in how they are disposed. It. r. Hose, It is a violation any way one looks This ticket, iu the main, is ac at, it. A committee was also ap ceptable to mostevery citizen of pointed to co operate with the L, it E. railroad in prohibiting the bring. the town, and certainly is a good ing in of liquor on the night freight . one.) trains and the ridding of the depot as a loafing place for a certain cla&e of undesirable people. well-know- not getting satisfactory shipping of lumber, Smith fold him to buy his lumber along L. & N. lines and he would then get prompt delivery. Other .manufacturers who could testify refused to be come witnesses against the road for fear of the consequences to their business. Do not let money or" whiskey influence your vote. As sert your manhood if anyone stoops to degrade your character with such ha'se methods. We wee proud of the fact that the Primiiry was so clean and so little money and whisky uned, and we trust that the election Tueshay will be just as clean We are fast approaching the day of clean politics, and each one of us can do our part in helping this day to come. Mr. Fred Blackburn wns in Louisville thiu week. He also attended the Sunday School at the Christian Church on Sunday at Winchester where they had nine hundred in attendance. There were nearly thre6 hundred men in tho no h oo I, composed mostly of the business men of the town, It is a splendid thing when the best busi ness men ol a town og to Sunday school, and it means a great deal to the young people to have suoh an example sqt before them. If the men of today are looking for a church of strength and power in the future, they must at the present time give attention to their Sun in other words the strength of the Church tomorrow is in the Sunday School of today. Unless the men of the Church stir themselves and take a more active interest in the work of the Sunday School, and especially in the boys of tho Sunday School, there will be a still smaller per cent of men in the Church of the next generation than there is today. There are three million more women in our Churches than men. Tho boy of today in the Sunday School will ater be a man or tho (Jhuroh fl we have any men in that church. We must not forget the bov who is growing into manhood. Let us encourage them V our attendance, and where we can discuss social and civic problems. Lotus take a vital interest in the affurs oi the entire Sundav School. Find out what the school is doing and if there is a plaoe for vou to work. This takes time and work but think of the re sults. Chriseian manhood will be developed, and vou will teach Christianity bv vour life and influ day-schoo- l; betterman. fbJum.if, the,otber.jnan,Js ..the, J seen'to be appreciated. Come in and let us fit' and can ' you up ready for the summer weather with goods that are both stylish and cool. , We have our usual large certainly please you. full store SHIMFESSEL'S. law and after having done this, all who have not paid their taxes are required to come to my office and settle ' on or before the first day of December, After that date a pen alty of 0 and 0 interest will be added, and we will at once proceed to collect these taxes a the law di rects by levyiiig.garnisBeeiBg and V. Ciiall, Sheriff. etc. The worst wreok that ever took place on the L. & E. road happened T have vieited'.euch Magisterial at RoBsyln Sunday morning about District in the County according to 9:80. A double header was going at fast speed when it struck the NOTICE. curve right at the switch and the hind engine jumped the track, tear ing up the ties and rails. The ten der turning sideways and helped in the tear up. and tins plied ten freight ooal oars almost in a Jum bled heap. Suoh a mass of broken rails, trucks, twisted irons and broken oars one seldoins sees. It is almost inconceivable to see bow things could have been piled up in ence. 4! 3-- 5 ing ability to copo with these questions intelligently. Mr. Tut-tl- o may not have the glib tongue that some have, but he does possess tho brains, and will be ablo PDBLI8UEP KVKBT THUBSDAY. to decide how to vote for the best interests of his people, and Subscription rates SI a year or three ho people of the whole State. years in advance $2. THE TIMES. J. E. Uurgher, Publisher. Entered as second-clas- s mail matter. 1913. Thursday, - October 30, CLUB RATES. For the convenience of our subscribers, we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned: The Times and Courier-Journal 1.UU " " " 1.10 Cincinnati Enquirer 90 Louisville Herald 75 Home and Farm .76 It land Farmer 90 American Farmer Southern Agriculturist 75 The editor had the pleasure of ineetim: Mr. Gum, the Republi cau candidate for Representative district Friin the Powell-Esti- ll day. We were trving out our road drag, actingupou the appeal from Governor McUreary. Mr. Gum whs not acquainted with the famous "King Road Drag" or its The Times being a Democratic paper urges its readers to sup port' the nominees of the party, while itmay be true that Borne of the nominees are hot our choice, and we may think some of them not well fitted for the office they are candidates for, the pluralities of the party thought so and put them in nomination In union there is strenuth. Let's maintain our strength. In fact, we have some aclmira-abl- e candidates on the truck, some nipn that would be hard to beat in or out of the party. They should be most lieartilv support; ed All our candidates are honest in policy and popular in standing If elected, let per-som- tl railroad encinesiDuffinc. steam ing and whiatlingTwith tho shrillest sounds possible. These apparently unnecessary disturbau. ces are kept up generally during church services, and thus mar the effect of the sermons. If nny person with thefpropor resent nient can "Remember the Sabbath day to keep it. holy" as the book requires,, and not be half mad, under such provoking con ditions, they, are not. likened un to the writer. It is a sharne that the laws of our land allow such wicked violation of the holy writ. Freight trains carrying perisha ble goods can be excused if quiet ly operated, but. there is abso lutely no excuse for the operation of scores of coal freights on We, therefore, ing this time she has given birth tho assessments. will voto against the constitu- to eloveu child en. W. L. Bush tional amendment. Tho present Jr. of this place, is u brother to constitution says taxes on all Mrs. Chester und attended tho property shall bo equal. could be more fair? . What funeral. Deafness Cannot be Cured SPOUT SPRING. Eld. and Mrs. George W. Mcintosh visited relatives 'near Irvine the first of the week Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Cnrtis visited their children at. Winchester Sunday and Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Moses McKinney visited relatives at and near Wincester a few days the past week. Among the Winchester court, visitors from this place Monday we observed the following: .lord Barnett, W. J. Christopher, T. S. McKinney, R. S. Christopher, Moses McKinney, Rankin Burnett, A. J. Curtis. history. We iiskeJ Mr. Gum if he were passenger in favor of a rate on trains. He at lirst. evaded a direct answer, but did say he was in favor of anything that was for the best. He didn't, specifically say though that he was in favor of the rate, neither did he say he would work for a bill giving the Railroad Uonimis 'sion the power to fix the freight rat ex on railroads so that 100 pounds of freight could he haul 'en us cheaply in Kentucky us in any other State in the Dili n. He accented, however, that, our i deas were right. These impor tant questions seemed tone en tirely new to him like the "King Road Drag". part of this paper to. 'chance this principle, for well do we know of the "orruptness of both parties when allowed to remain in office ioo long. But, Democrats, our admonition is hold to your party so long as you can do bo with a good, clear conscience. us lend them aid to do honor in themselves, to thp county and to the Democratic, partv. While writinK this article we know it is a surprise to our readers that the Times has not mueh earlier than thin been hattlinir for votes. There are two reasons wbv we have not. First, the candidates themselves have olios-eto let a still campaign prevail, and this meets our most hearty approval. There hns heretofore always been too much turmoil ir. county racep. In the second place there is a disposition among voters of both parties to vote for the cleanest man from both par", ties and this is commendable. Therp is no disposition on the office to n Sunday A bill to prohibit, the operation of these unnecessary trains on Sunday is another of tho large list of laws needful to be added to our statutes to properly gov. Famue Chester, wife of Sid em the arbitrary and sinful Chester, died at Torrent Saturrailroads. day of complication of diseases. Some citizens of 'the city are of the impression that the boundary line of the city has been so changed us to exclude the Waltersville bridge, but. this is not tne case, we must sav, after thoroughly inproceedings, vestigating the which were supposed to have striken this, territory from the city limits, were wholly illegal.' The boundary line remains the same as formerly, and if the city desires to get relief from the responsibility of this bridge, the authorities had' better get busy. They barely have tune to do this by Jan. 1st, 1914'. The Times- still maintains that all officers of the law must be observers of the jaw3 No violators of the law have a moral right to seek the suffrage of honorable, citizens. The Times support, no such candidates, will for well do we know that this county is sorely in- need of moral improvements ap much as anything else to be had. -law-abidin- g - Burial Sunday ces by Rev. Peter R. Lege. Deceased is survived bv eight living children. She had been married seven-tee- n years, and dur Funeral servi by local applications, ui they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to cure deafness, and that is by constitutional remedies. Deafness it caused hv on inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube. When this tube is inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and when it is entirely closed, Deaf nes is th,t the result, and unless the inflama tion can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever; nine cases out of tpn are caused by Catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness (caus' ed by catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall'n Catarrh Cure. Send for nirculurs, free. F. J. Cheney & Co , Toledo. O Sold by Druggists, 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for Did it Ever Occur to You That an account with a Clean, Strong Progressive Bank gave you a considerable preslige in the business world? Accounts of all sizes welcomed by the ' Clay City National Bank, CLAY CITY, KENTUCKY. Mr. Gum believed nore in Talk about, observing the SabState aid for roads than he did in bath in Clay City is out of the working out. the Good Roads question when there are nearly There is nothing wrong with Days us designated by Gov. Mc always from one to half a dozen the tax laws, the trouble is with Creary, and seemed wonderfully ,. ... ' !' g surprised to find us on tho road working in the mud to improve 1 the roads. At last he thought it E have our Fall and Winter Goods in out and reasoned we were putting a ditch on the roadside for our and it will pay you to come in and look ! own benefit, that it might drain our own land. A private citizen our line over before buying elsewhere. We working a team on the road with I out pay or cl.iiin fur pay was are here to sell you goods at a very low mar something evidently a stranger to him. gin. We pay the best prices for country pro- COflE TO OUR STORE Let us Show You this is the w Store for Price and Quality. t Mr. Gum was very confident of his election, and delivered himself with the assuring words, "I am as sure to go to the Legislature as I live". Pretty confident but stranger things have happened. He has the advantage of 200 .majority, hut if he makes the jm-- ' 'pression everywhere that he did on the road the other day, the 200 majority will sure go to Mr. Tuttle, hisDemoeraticopponent. . We, personally, admire Mr. Gum for his witty, clever, disposition, but with Mr. Tuttle as Legislative timber, there is no comparison between them. We say this not as a political bias, but from a really meritorious viewpoint in which Legislative ability is given the greatest consideration. Our sympathy reaches out for any man who has hud the misfortune to lose a leg, but there are too muny vital questions continually arising in the Legislature to risk" sending anyone to Frankfort w hi- l;as nt tho command- good-goule- d - duce, eggs, and butter. We bought your I produce last summer, let us have it this win ter and we will take of you next summer. Stay with those who stay with you. Butter, 25c ppr lb., eggs 22c per doz., Salvet in size from 75c to $2.25. Sold on a written guarantee or money refunded. Galvet 25c per bottle. For sore galls, finest thing out. Wine of Carta, 6 bottles for $5.00. Volvo in 50c size, best thing out for children. Big deal on, now come on with your orders. Save 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 When you you A, era t 'V SELL THEM AT PRICES RIGHT. want to buy Merchandise, come to our Store. If you come one time you'll come back As space will not admit of pricing our Mermore. We are chandise, come let- us price them to you. wo can interest you in prices and quality. sure - m We sell for Cash and Exchangefor Pro- 4 duce only. your money by trading here. WM. ADAMS Xena, Ky. & -- SON, Lowe & Crowe, mwmmmm THE A HOMlv-MAD- K TIMES. PAl'KK. October 30, PJltf. Horn to Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Mn cpherson, Thursday, (Jet. THURSDAY, LOO A I, BREVITIES. was .1. L Further, of Levee, here Monduv. II. M. Hays, of College Corner, Ohio, is visiting his daughter, Mrs. Ohas. (j. Mann. Mrs. Sura Barnes, of Winchesvisited relatives in the county the last of the week. ter, The usual number of Powell c unity stockmen were at Winchester Monday doing business. Mr. and Mrs. Noah Rose, of Winchester, visited relatives in the city and county the first of the week. The Mt. Sterling Gazette .has or St. Louis. absorbed the Bluegrass Journal, Statement of the Treasury, launched at Mt. Sterling a few Following is a report of the months ago. condition of the State Treasury Wo are having a touch of real at the close of business Septemwinter weather, but not so much ber 80: Sinking fund, $23,71(5 m ; as in Oklahome, where n three-inc- school fund, $497,721 05; general expenditures fund, $109,83180; suow has fallen. balance in treasury, $030,700 Of); Remember the election next outstanding warrants,$2,843,927,-92- . Tuesday. Let's vote early, then Last month, $2,200,780 13. 20 homo to do our work, and let Women JkVho set Dizzy the other fellow vote as we did h daughter. Tlic little infant passed away und was buried Fri-la- trious printereditor, or a young at Powell's Valley. man with fair education who is willing to work and learn the The Lexington Tribune, an afpaper, business. Butvery small capiindependent ternoon launched July 4th, has suspend- tal required. ed publication. Not more than Early Coal Mining in Kentucky. one out of twenty newspapers So far as the;1 records of early succeed. It therefore is a very coal production in the United risky proposition to start a paper. States are to bo' accepted KenSomeone has said anybody can tucky, according to E. W. Parstart, a paper, but it. takes a ker, of the United States Geolog' hoss" to keep it usroing. ical Survey, was the third State COPVRI6MT. A PC C to enter the list of regular coal A Gentle and Effective Laxative producers. One of the early reA mild, gentle and effective laxMade by J. is what people demand when ports of the Kentucky Geological ative Survey (published in 1838) states s suffering from constipation. swear by Dr. King's New that the first coal produced in Lite Pills. Hugh Tillman, of San the State was mined in 1827 on "the right side of the CumberAntonio, Tex. writes : "They are, land river below the mouth of beyond qtiestiou, the best pil's my Laurel." This was evidently wife and I have ever taken." They from either Laurel or Pulaski never cause pain Price at county. This :coal was mined and sent to Nashville on Hat druggists, or by mail. bpats where it was used in salt II. E. Bucklen & Co. Philadelphia works and furnaces. Thou-wind- Notice. a re!l good opening at There is this oflice for a; sober, and indus- tf HOPE $ MILLS EE ANUNEXPECTEDGUEST will enjoy the delightful trial of bread that is made from the Pearl Hour. The loaves made from this high grade Hour are fine, light, white and of tempting flavor and ti satisfying lucheon can be made on the excellent bread (with sweet butter) that is made from the Peurl flour. home-mudc for luncheon or dinner . ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, Ky. When in Need of Builder's Hardware, Cabinet . Eczema and 'itching Cured jo tin tilaacao by the name of White, a Seventh Day Adventist, is conducting a series of meetings at the Todd school house, two miles south of this city. A gentleman from Perr county was in the oity the first of the -I TT cuii iiimkiiis; uir a liirm. tie was wanting a place, and had the cash to pay for it. Lowe & Crowe, the Rosslyn merchants, have learned the benefits of advertising in the Times. They have a change in their space this week which it will pay you to read. m well-improved te A minister The soothing, healing medication in Dr. Holigon's Eczema Ointment penetrates every tiny pore of the nkin, clears it rf all impurities stops itching instuntly. Dr. Hob. son's Eczema Ointment is guaranteed to speedily heal eczema, rushes, ringworm, tetter and other unsightly eruptions. Eczema Ointment is u doctor's presciption, not an experiment. All druggists or by mail, 50c. Pfeiffer Chemical Co , Every woman who is troubled Philudelphiu and St. Louis. with fainting und dizzy spells, backache, headache, weakness, deor kidney bility, constipation troubles should use Electric Hitters. They give relief when nothing e'se will, improve the health, adding UNDERTAKER, strength and vigor from the first Bend, dose, .Mrs. Luu:a Guinea, of Avo. ca', La., says: "Four doctors hud given me up and my children and Has a Complete Line of Caskets all my friends were looking for me and Burial Goods. to die, when my son insisted thm I use Electric Hitters. I did so, anr1 ihey have done me a world of Work done in Powell and Surcood.'' Just try them. 50c. and rounding Counties. 1.00 at all druggists or by mail. H. E. Bucklen & Co. Philudelphiu Long Distance Telephone at Argyle. or St Louis. unties, Grates, Tiles, Cooking or Heating Go to or Write Stoves, Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, J. c. everMan, Wesl Ky. Winchester, - Ky. HARDWICK and COMPANY. Fall and Winter GOODS. Our Full and Winter Joods are now in. We want you to see them, und compare quality and prices to that of other dealers. It is to your interest to do this, for vou should learn where you can get the most foi your money or produce, and where you can find the best selections of both the new and staple styles. We ask you who do not already know to give us u chance to prove that we can save you money. To you who deal with us and know we want to suy we feel that ure in even better position to satisfy your wants und give you better vnlues than ever before. Wo cun not hero call special attention to everyMin) wo entry, but'wiuit all to know that we bundle '"Queen shoes for men, Quality" shoes for women, "Walk-Over- " Buster Brown" school shoes, Hart, Schaffner & Marx "The it System" clothing for men, 4,Aster" brand hats for men, Arrow" brand men's shirts and collars, Duck Kruno!" rain coats, for all, Boll 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, unand children's coats, derwear, umbrellas, hand bags, lace curtains, trunks, suit cases, rugs, and etc., and etc. In fact see us for anything you need. Wo handle The Bain wagons and get them by thu car load, and will give you the benefit of the differ, ence in price. If in need of one, nek some one about them who knows them and get our prices and we will surely make the s.le. si 255 Come to Our Store TREES! hruu And let us show you what a nice line we carry. f goods m and Shade,: Shrubs, drape Vines, Peonies, Phlox, Rliu-bir- b, Roses, etc., etc. Everything tor Our stock of Dry Goods, Notion", is ORirtAkD, N LAWN and GARDEN. Groceries, Hardware, Clothing, Shoes and etc. replete with t AGENTS FREE CATAI.OOS GROWERS OP WHAT WE SELL. 1841 -- - 1913 Variety, Style and Quality. THIS COMBINED WITH OUR H. F. Hillenmeyer& Sons, Lexington, Ky. ;3 p OAPI PAIj STOCK. KJ 8100,000 " sj Low Prices Make HUKI'LUSA.NUUN- - 1! uivruiou I'KOim's. THE uoo,ooo J !l ad it to your interest to gi.ve us a good share of We strive to pleuee our customers be- 8 your trade. Winchester Bank. OKj WlNOlIMTKH, KY, 3 ;3 cause we know satisfied customers are ourbest assets. E N.1IOU.Y WlTIIKUMrOON, PlIKH. C; W. it. Oahiiimk. t. ready-to-we- ar Yours to please, YOUU ACCOUNTS SOL.IOITKD j wftftia taxi XiXiVikwusiXiXiK TELEGRAPHY HSINHt CHLEIE lunti wuIwm ta BwreuitU TYPEWRITING tad WALDRON & JOHNSON, WILMft R. SMHTH 111 BOOKKEEPING imliiw. Phaaagraphy 1 m Waltersville, Ky. FmliUat tut Hardwick & Co., Stanton. Gejiet. The farmers gathering corn. Tim' Assessor is ' ohusiitf: tin land owners with his "yaller pa. COUNTRY CHILD'S DAY NOW IS HERE Pare:,!? r .a pers." Dr. King's New" Pfscoyery to cure 'heir enuglm, void?, throat and hint; troubles, Kvery 1oh h"lps. Price 50, and $1 00. All drtiutflHtft II. E. lluckleii fc Co. Philadelphia r St. l.ouis. Very Serious It la i very serious matter to atle for one medicine and have the wrong one clvcn yci. Fcr this reason wo urc you In buyinff to be careful to get the genulas It is said that a telephone line Bowen will he put up between and Xena. Wo Teachers Prepare Life, n are glad to know that tiie editor of this paper is getting after the corporations with a sharp stick. A number of timber workers have gone to work the timber on the widow Garrett's land on North fork. Next Tuesday is the election. Some few weeks ago we warned the voters of Powell county to look out. We feel that we have done as we are bidden, and yet there is room. Now if they do not look out, they will have to look in and in our opinion when they look in there will be nothing to look at. Yes if cousin John succeeds in sotting aside the sale of the L. & E. to the L. & N. then the people should give him great praise for the act. The L. & N. has too much "rope" alreudy. It seems that the courts rule in their fa vor as against the common people. Many times have we seen instructions given for no Other purpose than the court, was afraid to risk the case in the hands of a jury so saying. We leave it to the public to look for themselves. pre-empto- rtf ;awer ' Farm Drain Tile, blacT-Ssh-t Alake Your Wet Land Productive. Liver Medicine The i ble medicine, digestion er:.t Up "i r, a IV :bn schools. Mng ' . e t V and Equipment .rest to Both Teach-i- n Educational Near Louis-.sti- c Mat-Schoo- I Science Room. c i.i:e are thlnUiuK den- nit" v iiont the future th.ey realize tb. tin-- lilld is the greatest problem with will, li the state has to deal because It the state's greatest asset This Is spc" lally true In the rural districts, and both teachers and parents nre getting ready for the newer life that promises to dcrelop within the years or sooner. next twenty-fiv- e Four miles out of Louisville on one of the main turnpikes, where for years 1 BpEfc .... ., ty the use of drain tile you ea;. turn that low, wet, useless, swain pv Held into the most prod ue live uiot on your farm. (ond tile, properlv placed, not only carries oil Hilrplus water, it admits air to the -- oil and makes it uty to work. DOMESTIC KU.i.Vl:E ItOOlt. It improves any soilf The inereace Ucvice makes It. possible to use the in the value of the land is many school for entertainments nnd ns a per- limes the cost of the tile Tiie first fect social eenter for the community year's crop from tiled land pays Down tu the big, airy basement Is for it. Any bodv can do the work the modem beating plant a gasoline successfully. Write for particuengine and tank hat supplies the water for the building. In this same lars r cell at out plant. basement there are two big rooms, Brick & Tile one of which is equipped with twelve Red work benches for. the manual training class. The other 'room of tho baseCompany ment Is equipped to handle a class of eight girls In domestic science. KENTUCKY VTANTON It might seem in looking over this school, with Its perfect equipment and Its splendid grounds, its huge cistern wW&iAii OVER 6C YEARS- FIHFNIFNGE and Its deep well,, to furnish perfect 'drinking warer for the children, as if the cost would hare been excessive. Yet the whole equipment. Including gasoline engine, domestic science outfit manual training benches and tools, cost only $5,750. Trade Marks There Is one final, point that should DCSICN3 CopvnicHTS Ac . upon definitebe touched and touched Anrnnn ntnrilnff i nkHrh and d9nintlnnfnnT ly, nnd that is the effect of this build jcertnlu our opinion free wlictlier mi Intention Is probnbly pntiitJhto. rnnimiitilrn Ing and equlpment-upothe two teachtlititrletlTCOiilltIeiilliil. HANDBOOK on I'alenu cut frcft. Oldest anenrr for securing tnilenis. ers. Last season when they realized lMtents tsken throuuh Muuii & Co. receive that this dream was to come true they tpccialnntlce, without cbsrge, lu tbo both went to a summer school, one taking a summer course In domestic A hamSsomelr lllnstrnted I unrest cir science, the other In manual training. culation of any scientific juTirmil. Terms, f 3 n , ly established. other medicines. It is letter than others, or it would not be the favorite liver powder, with a larger sale- than all others combined. SOLD IN TOWN F3 River V A Training put u t Po'-ll Bh-RJ7 I (School for Teachers IntermeJUtA And Lit ft c Vail I In SctUHiii et kcutc-kr- . CnurKf And !. , WH ! I t rrtb ih xti Term Tree Jlprlll, .?. sa' n. ru!!:!: infutrlea'''". rlcof. riTr, 'T'f i "v- - new nnlitma. TjMl"ri Mr mwtia! iislolttr h'.'Mi t I V if ' .int. .1 1 1 pr cut y oL.tn.iec! TRADSMAHK4, n Uttut. ftri.t on M r t lcfTrlaslvcly. I 12 ifnis In HjiV 'iicli ones will FREE nCPOItTon to OCT scientific jnuei'ican Eggs are alreudy scarce and Mine dealers predict that they will go to 75 cents in the cities by The Family Cough Medicine. In every home there should he bottle of Dr. Kiriti's New Disco ery. ready for immediate use wh THE BCTOOIi, DISTRICT 51, COUNTY. renr, four montUs, $L J3oia by oil newsdealers. MUNM & Co.36jBroady. New York Braocn umce. aa v ou vuuiDgion, u. i 8, tit 303 Seventh St., pate:. JEFFEBSOH Spring time. KEl'OKTOPTHB CONDITION . . OF THE Clay City National Bank At Clay City in the state of Kentucky, at the close of business Oct. 'Jlth, 1913. RESOURCES. 70,108 83 Loans and discounts Overdrafts, secured nnd un1,409 09 secured tf.S.Bonds to secure circul'n 25,000 00 20.047 15 llonds, securities, etc Banking-hous- e, furniture and 1.000 00 fixtures J uc from approved reserve 0,721 87 agents 725 00 it otes of other Nat'l banks. Fractional paper currency, 3K 44 nickels, and cents Lawful Money Urhervb is Bask, viz: rfpecie Legal tender 13,145 05 notes ,500 00 1 Uedomption fund with U. S. 4,045 05 1,25000 300 00 153,14tl 33 Trea8'r(5ofcirTn) 17. Hue from S. Treasurer Total LIABILITIES. t'upital stojkpaid in Ajrplus fund $25,000 00 6,000 00 Undivided urnfltn loftaexnoiiKPa the people bad been thoroughly satisfied with a poor schoolhouse and a poorer playground, a new building has gone up. This building was made possible by the district levying a special fifteen cent tax for two years and securing the help of the county board of education. When the public began to understand what was taking place It rallied to the support of the uew school. This was made very plain when the Southern Brh-and Tile company, which had a htrse plant in the neighborhood, added an extra acre of ground to the acre already secured by the trustee for the district. The moment one etiteis the beautiful brick bonding wall IU soft given roof that harmonizes with the Mir roundlngs it Is evident tlint It an up to date school with a modem s.'hoo! equipment, for a sanitary drinking fountain Is the tlrst thing that catches the eye The building has two beautiful schoolrooms perfectly lighted anil equipped with innderu sltr.'lo desks. Two ample cloakrooms are Immediate ly in front of the classrooms ami open Into the main hall, while at one end of the building there Is n cozy rest room for teachers and pupils, with a light, pleasant little library. Both of the classrooms are arranged so that they may be turned Into one huge room, while the teachers' platforms can be joined nnd become a stage with tho library and rest room as dressing rooms for tho same. This simple - anv member of the family contrae i cold or u cough'. Prompt use wi stop the ppread'of sickness. S. A. S id. of MHPon;jMibh., writes: "m wh"e frmilyaenriV upon Dr. KinVs New Discovery as the ben ouirh and cold medicine in th Two 50c. bottles cured m nrld if pneumonia " Thousands of oth er families have teen equally ben lltted and depend entirely upon THINK OF IT Hero's a liniment that is;iiarant'o-troliovo all aclios, or jou got li your mono . "WATCH IT RUB III SHJPPS Headache. Keuralfiia. Corrvs ' Saci ore ache., RK umatifcm, feet. and othor pains tpiickly yield to th soothing influence of tins Vondeif remedy. Are You a Woman? ftsk time. For Your loney fiacK if it fails to relieve any aohe in an part of your buly in fifteen uiiiiuu 4 50c at drtiKKl&ts, or by mall, postpaii m Caroiii The Woman's Tonic E FOR Bourbon Remedy v.o tu"ua.cKACHe 6 anuiiij.eRuiiii ucxiuroN, kv. eic! V V SALE AT ALL DRUGGISTS COULD SCARCELY F4 1,808 87 and taxes paid Nat'l bank notes outstanding 25,000 00 Due to other Nat'l Banks ... 2,482 01 Individual deposits subject to 03,705 45 chock WALK ABOUT 1153,146 33 Total Mtatk ok Kkntuoky, . County1 ok Jkkfkkson, ) ' I. A. T. Wliitt Cashier, of the a- liniro ....... ...I FLOUR "WE USE" the Best Brands. $3 per cwt. AH And For Three Summers Mrs. Vin- cent Was Usable to Attend to Any of Her Housework. believe I would have died if taken it. I hadn't I...., I. .1.. that the ahnve statement .,!... ..I.. After i began taking Cardul, I was greatly helped, and all three bottles relieved me entirely. I fattened up, and grew so much stronge in three months, 1 felt like another person altogether." A. T. Whitt, Cashier. SubwjrilM'd and sworn to before ne this 25th day or October, 1013 Patrick Henry, Notary Public. My commi.'sion expires Jan. 29, 1010. ) I, Frank B, CIia Aott. Directors ) Jame B. Hall, Hii.-kcI- is true to the host of my knowledge and belief. LOWE & CROWE, Ofo p ft?slyn DANIEL BOONE AXLE GREASE Hay Baler for Sale. Full steel chamber and plunger. Hunt) better. Virtually a brad new machine, having been used but ten days. Will cell for the iton-fi!ihiiilow price of $100, or will jrade same to ivei.t(o,k or u rowing g And. don't-hay- e to grease but once a week. Made in Kentucky by CHAS. C. STOLL OIL CO. .'. K. Burgher. LextagtoH, Ky. Pleasant Hill. N. C.- -"l suffered for three summers," writes Mrs. Walter Vincent, of this town, "and (he third and last time, was my worst. 1 had dreadful nervous headaches and prostration, and was scarcely able to walk about. Could nof do any of my housework. I also had dreadful pains in my back and sides and when one of those weak, sinking spells would come on me, I would have to give up and lie down, until it wore off. I was certainly In a dreadful state of health, when 1 finally decided to try C&rdul, the woman's tonic, and firmly Cardul Is purely vegetable and gentle-actin- g. Its ingredients have a mild, tonic effect, on the womanly constitution. Cardul makes for increased strength, improves the appetite, tones up the nervous system, and helps to make pale, sallow cheeks, fresh and rosy. Cardul has helped more than a million weak women, during the past 50 years, it will surely do for you, what it has done for them. Try Cardul today. vlwy Dept.. Ctullanuoc. Trim., (or ana oi.bim dijok. ffrurfoi' un lour 1 mtmtnt for Women," Mat In pUla vrtpou, Writ to: CnMUnooga MtJklnt Co.. A J. ntinu. J-- 1 y