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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): November 27, 1913 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1913 cla1913112701_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.): November 27, 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. ID THE CLAY CITY TIMES a? ,. . $1.00 i' a Year In Advanci. . We arc bert - lo help Clay ' ' Ciif.tiK SrroonJiag Coantry ' " and Ourselves. ' .1. B. Burgher, Publisher. ,.r "r ', ,. ''' Girls Canning Clubs. AGRICULTURAL VOL. XVIII. L. & N. Railroad Indicted. CLAY CITY. KY., THlTHSDAY. NOVEMBER 27, J9I3. ,,""''"' ""I" NO, 18 EXTENSION. New Road Sustained. First Report. The Times is proud to know The first report jaf the DepartThe Powell Circuit Court that the Statu Engineer has sus- ment of Roads, how being prean indictment Saturday by the pared by Commissioner of Roads against, the L. & N. Railroad for tained the route viewed Editor of this paper, together R. C. Terrell,' fvjhp organized the operating over the lines of the L. wi',h Drs. A. T. Knox and J. W. department, in J,uiy, 1912, gives fc E. without having rocorded in Johnson. Ho is reported to have the number of.'mllea of road in the County Clerk's office its lease said thut no Civil Engineer could Kentucky at 68$00, of which or contract with the L. & E. only 10,030. & miles are improved, whereby it so operates. This is have located a better grade this city and Stanton. besides which thef-- are 800 miles a. specific mandate of the law. The Times' was t he first to suggest of toll roads .remaining. The As it now is no one knows with been ten number of acres included in the whom they are dealing. The L. this route, and it has 'years ago since we first mention- highways is 220,000, valued at & N. forms are used altogether, ed it. It has been quite awhile $50,000,000, based on the esti but when a contract is made bearing upon the right-o- f way of to hammer for four miles of good mated cost of reproduction. The we are glad to see the counties- raised.by local taxation the road, it is with the L. & . road, but improvement come 'round at'ev-e- n $1,933,000 for roVd work iu 1012, The answer to thin indictment this late date and feel that most of which is used in repair will probably give the public worth the effort. and maintenance; of roads and tome information which they have been wanting to know for The Times is also proud to have bridges, only abput 20 per cent taken the initiative in the good of the fund being-spou-t on new some time. roads project as in the bridge roads. New roads and bridges The road is subject to indictbuilding of the county. We have in 1912 cost $300,000 and $220.- ment in every county through spent a dollar of money in 000, respectively Tne counties which it operates over the L. & never th&ffirection that we regret, and had employed oa the roads durE., if it is not recorded. It is a are proud that we.have so far de- ing that period85,000 free laknown fact (bat no contract is reclined to accept a cent of pay borers. jj corded in Clark county. The fpr the services so rendered. We In connection with the new grand jury of that county is most lead iu exapt to indict the L. & N. when are willing to take theof dictation order under theiact, creating the pense and' the rear State Department of Roads, Circuit Court meets there next in any good roads project that Commissioner Terrell examined week. can be named. 252 applicants for County Roads oa Dies We are thinking of starting a Engineers, of .whom 173 passed Mrs. Ernest Reed, of Oynthi-an- permanent "Good Roads Fund" the examinations; CoramiBsionerjflferrell died on board a ship be- as the revenue of the county is in his New York and Weybridge, positively too small io. raise suff- report shows ambng the activities tween England. She had been in icient funds to improve even a of the Departmentjthat 70. bridge health for some time very short piece of raid. Drop surveys were. Jp$e, 50. bridges and. it was thought, the voyage in and tell us what you think of inspected, plans, .estimates and "V ilild helo heh' it. specifications vefjfurnished-fov t si Her. husband. Mr. Ernest PrphM'a 61 miles of and 374 Hmm Yard Bur Md Over. 'Tl..j 'Vrj' J'IlV c .t.:. -- r. ...... , be-t.wj- - it-i-s nid-Ocea- a. u, r ,dway,. . " u 1 ive set fir to the! Orphans'. Home ,Woved Vith 'blf fuMfyVW; yard Monday af ernoonand burn- lerenceswnn county qinciais una ton couuiy a, nunjw?r;oivyear. in ed off several acres. Other fires other work of He is also'' a; riephe'wof C. local road work. of a like nature have occurred in Shimfessel, of this city. Commissioner Terrell probably the county since the grass has will recommend that, as a mat been killed by the frost and driA Productlye(?) Yield. ed. Where pastures are burned ter of economy, Fiscal Courts The Campton Courier reports provide the County Road Engithat one Of Wolfe county's farm- over this early it kills the Japan neers with cheap automobiles, ers had gathered all of hiij corn clover seed, so there will be no so that they can get around to and brought it in at one lime in crop of this valuable grass on inspect the roads in all 'sections After a to half bushel basket.' At first it land now burned over. number of freezes and the seed and suuervise work in progress. would 6eem that the old saying, Proof for Our Coateatloa. "a short horse is soon curried" get down into the ground fires do .would apply, but not in this case not interfere with the seed germThe Times has all along mainfield is reported to con- ination. It would cost $8.00 or tained that the assessment of for the tain 10 acres, and it looks to us $4.00 per acre to roseed this land Powell county property was that it would be quite a task to to Japan clover as nature left it nearer its real value than that rummage through a ten acre field before the fire. of many of our Bluegrass neighbushel of corn. to get bors, and the L. & N. railroad iu Democrats Justly Wlu.. its hearing beforo the assessment The contest cases in both Estill That sterling institution, the has brought out the proof County Deposit Bank, and Breathitt counties have been Board Powell of our contention. Ono of them has one of their splendid state- decided in favor of tho Demois Clark county. The road files ments iu this issue of the Times. crats. In each case it was an efan affidavit from the Clark coun"This bank has the full confidence fort of tho Republicans to keep ty Clerk iu which he swears that of its patrons, and stands solidly the vote of Democratic precincts Jhe 'property valuation of that y from being counted, the object of at all times ready to supply couuty will not exceed 00$ of reasonable accommodation which mainly seemed to be to over Judge Riddell. its real cash value. Still Clark Adams their business may require. The trick has failed and Riddell is rarely over raised by the State Don't forget the Special Sale wins. The decisions will put Board of Equalization, while now going ou at Mrs.. Williams's. Democrats into office in each Powell is always raised from 10 This is not fair, but we Judge Loving is iu Louisville county as elected. Tho Republi- to have-poor way of helping cans have appealed in both cases. this week. a. a' vBV Wmrr , V, ,.T - Ono Kentucky girl canned 1,000 quarts of, tomatoes raised by her For. a number of vears tho deon of an acre, besides struction and threats of destrucsupplying her family with all the tion from the San Jpqe scale have tomatoes needed for domestic hung over the fruit growing nuruse. She realized from her vent sery business of this country Com- discouraging nnd thwarting, inure approximately $75. missioner of Agriculture J. W. creasing expenses and reducing Newman says she undoubtedly profits until tho very name of San Jose scale has become a sort is the State Champion. of nightmare to the men who The Departments of Agriculture of tho United States and produce fruit for the market. Kentucky win pusn tne canning In spite of all that has been donn club work in ten counties next to prevent, this scale has spread year, givmg $100 to the county on steadily, and has now completely condition that it raise an equal occupied about all of the beet amount for the employment of a fruit growing territory of the Fruit growers woman to organize tho clubs and United States. supervise the work. Tho work have never had to deal with n will bo pushed most in the moun- pest so difficult to suppress and tains where blackberries grow so generally and constantly dewild aud in abundance. Rock- structive to all deciduous tret castle is the first county to accept, fruits since fruit growing became haying already raised tho neces- a business in America. A beam of light is thrown (m, sary $100. for all, the this somewhat gloomy situation, canned goods put up by the girl club members is already assured, by the appearance recently of as he quality and. full measure small insect parasites that bid fair to check the injuries of Sail are guaranteed-b- y the strict Jose scale and to render the work of he operations. This is an excellent opportuni- of keeping orchards and nurserty for Po ell county girls. Will ies in good condition much left they accept the generous offer difficult. These parasites hart been reared during the past summade by the State. mer in numbers in the Division The Qraad Jury's Report of Entomology, ami Botany of th The report of the grand jury Kentucky Experiment Station at Saturday disclosed the fact that Lexington. This new friend is a or thirty wit- -' mere yellow speck, hardly recogabout twenty-fivnesses summoned, to appear be nizable as an insect except by itm fore it did not appear. The re movements, yet is a highly or- orr did not attempt to fix thi one-tent- h e, thing is wrong, though we do not profess to know where the wrong was. Neither do we know who the witnesses were that did not appear, nor do we know that they! were summoned, but we did hear the report read in open court and it said "there were a number of witnesses summoned blaBltJswhB MO IUC UUUO VCD. AfcO JUUUgp. that did not appear". It should not be thus, uud the next grand jury should see that the work not performed by the retiring jury for lack of witnesses, is taken up and completed in March. Tho warm weather has demor- about Lexington, Barbourvillo, Pineville, and elsewhere in Eastern Kentucky, may be seen to have a round hole in the back through which the mature parasite has emerged. Trees recently thickly covered with scale aud apparently doomed, have shown a decided relief from the injury this season as a result of the beneficent work of these small flies. small white grub, live's within the bodies of the scale insect, and numbers of the scales from tref one-ha- lf ov-4r- alized the turkey market. It was too warm at the necessary time to slaughter and ship east without the aid of refrigerator cars. These conditions necessarily cut short the demand. This leaves more turkeys over for the Christmas market which is apt to force prices dqwt. Cattle at the Winchester court market Monday sold brisklv at good prices. The mule market R. W. was also some better. Barrett, of thii city, bought a mule therq for choice $175.' At the request of the Illinois State Entomologist a package of the parasites has just been sent to that State with a view to establishing the parasite there. it is hoped it can bu ct 20. a. our-selve- s. NOTICE. have visited each Magisterial District in the County according to law aud after having done thin, all who have not paid their taxes are required to come to my ofiiceand settle on or before the first day of December. After that date a penalty of 0 and C interest will be added, and we will at once proceed to collect these taxes as the law directs by levying, garnisheelng and tc.' T. 0. wall, Sheriff. T, Sun has decided to still blossom after tho election. Tho Sun is a welcome visitor to our exchange table, and we hope-tha- t it will , , To Resume Publication. strawberry growers of ' Mrs. Sarah J. Wilson, aged Tho After making the auuounco" Warren county this year sold seventy-si- x years, died near Jef ment that it had quit, tho Irvine 100 car loads of strawberries, re- forsonville, Nov. 20th. Burial The sales are made on the co-o- p pick up enough business aside from the supply table of our dear friend, the Tribune, to subsist in a handsome style. Hay for Sale. Baled timothy, clover, oats and peavlues, by or the bale, the ton or Apply at this office, oar load. ceiving $110,232i00 for the same. Saturday. Mrs. Wilson was a grandmother of Mrs. E. B. Mc- erative plan, and the protlt in Glouo, of this city. crowing them is enormous. Pow T. Turpin has been ell county farmers could do this Elder J. f time to the called for and more too if they would, but pastoratu of Allensville church, they will not. Clark county, while his other Sil Larrison had a turkey shoot- half time is taken with' a church ing near the city Tuesday, aud in Madison couuty. muuy secured a coap Thanksgiv inc t.urkov while others naid E. R. W. Cox has been quite dearly aud got no turkey at all. sick since Moudjiy. one-hal- made to occupy all of the region invaded by the scale. Several other enemies of the scale are under observation at thej3tafionj one of them, the grub of a ajnall black lady beetle, having doue on somq trees ae good work in reducing the scale as its minute associate. An effort will be made later to distribute, these insects to sections of tho State where they nro not ijow present. H. Garman, ,. i Entomologist and Botanist, Ky. Agricultural Exper. ka. The First Payment. The first payment of Confederate pensions yus utailo from tlt Treasurer's office at Frankfort Tuesday. Nearly $150,000 was required to make the payment. 'ho old v9.tera.1i8 receiving, their (hecks Wednesday, evidently had good cjuselfoir,.ob8erYiug Thanksgiving. 'mi a .a 1 m somo reason or other it has not been very rigidly enforced of lato. The city authorities have recent ly been convinced that it Bhnuld be. Notices have therefore been P0DLI8UKP HVKKT TtlURSDAT. posted that all boys under eighSubscription rates $1 a year or three teen years old must comply with the law and remain at home afyears ia advance $2. ter 7 :80 or be dealt with by the J E. Burgher, Publisher. law. This is a good move we hope to strictly enforced. Entered as second-clas- s mail matter. The Richmond Climax has gone Thursday, - November 27, 1913. back into the'hands of A. D. Miller, an old Estill boy. The ' CLUB RATES. retiring editor thought it too big For tbe convenience of our subpascribers, we have arranged club rates a job, gettiut: out the fourth per in a one paper tow n, but An with tbe following papers at prices cil Miller will show how t can be below mentioned : easily done. Grant E. Lilly, an The Times and Courier-Journ$1.00 other old Estill comrade, is mak"' Cincinnati Enquirer 1.10 ing a decided success with the ' Louisville Herald 90 Madisonian ut Richmond. If a 44 Home and Farm 75 paper can be published at all, it 44 land Farmer Ir .75 44 American Farmer 90 can be carried through by a nat 44 Southern Agriculturist 75 ive Estill-ite- . We will cite iib proof, in addition to the Madi- In its case before the Assess- soman and Climax, of Richmond, ment Board, the L. & N. claims the Estill Tribune and Clay City that it should not be assessed at i Times. more than 60 per cent, of its valThe Times has some of thf ue, as farm lands are not assessbest subscribers in the world, ed at uu amount in excess of this. The claims of the roud are virtu- - and they have been heartily ally true so far as the rich Blue-- . preetinn us this week and last "H 1" ?rass count es and t ha wwi fhv!""" ouuaull"lu that new press. May others folmiueral counties are concerned, but it. is not true in this county, low suit soon as possible. New Estill, unit many other counties. subscribers have also been comStill if the railroads of the State ing in to suit our Queen's taste. are aseessed on a basis of their More than fifty new subscribers earning power, recoguiziug their, have been added to our list withnionev invested worth 6 per cent, in the past three months. THE TIMES. FRENCH PLAN OF SPRAYING Two Compretttd Air Tank Are Strapped to Horse's Back and Liquid Discharged Through Pipe. A method of spraying vineyards much In vogue, la Franco la here shown, says the Popular Mechanics. Two compressed air sprayer tanks Lowe & Orowc, the enterprising ltosalyn merchants, are running a big reduction Bale. Our renders in that section of the county will find this store a good place to trade if they value the saving of dollars, and we all most certainly do. A substantial fence is being put around Powell's Valley church. The lot has been somewhat enlarged to accomadate new graves. There is more Catarrh in this section of the country than all other diseases put together, and until the last few vears was supposed to be incurable. For a great many Outfit for Spraying Vineyards. years doctors pronounced it a local are strapped to tbo horse's buck and disease and prescribed local reme the. liquid Is discharged tl:iough a pipe having tlx spray heads. The discharge pipe is' supported In position bam of the horse by means of the two pipes connecting It with the supply , tanks. "Wo dies, and, by constantly failing to cure with local treatment, pronounced it incurable. Soienco has proven catarrh to bo a constitutional disease and therefore requires Hall's constitutional treatment. Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the only constitutional cure on th market. It is taken internally ia doses from 10 drops to a teaspoon-fu- l. It acts directly on tho blood ind mucous surfaces of the systera. They offer one hundred dollars for any case it fails to cure. Send for circulars and testimonials. F. J. Cheney & Co , Toledo, O Sold by Druggists, 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. At?v. al 3 5n their assessment will ne doubled. Take the L. & E. and L. & N. merger as an example. The net earnings of this road, according to the road's own figures, are tnile. ,This represents , letetl (in f e'rea t ron t S4;000 " per mile, and 60 per cent, of this is more than $20,000 per mile, yet it is assessed at less than $7,000 per mile, or about 20 per cent. Is this fair? We think not, and it is a shame that we have to stand for such an unequal and impartial taxation. er Any person who is fond of misery when it is on the other felProtect Aaalns Rabbit and Mice. low's htart, is himself bound 'to These animals, .may be kept front he a sad creature some day. Let Injuring the trunks 6? trees by boxus cherish a spirit pf enjoyment ing, or by placing;. a piece of galvanised, wire screw. around the tree when making others happy. Jo ;the height of trnk ', about 20 lacheic Shis will also, preNo one is duty bound to sup- vent s an scald; and It costs much lets after the port a colleague in dishonor. Re- than to replace the trees The snow rabbits have Injured them. spectfully dedicated to partisan should be well tramped about young apple trees to prevent mice from inpoliticians. i. - Ye'low Transparent Apples. had to pick five or six times last year in order to get the fruit in prime condition., We used the basket, but are going to try the bor his year also, there Is more luoney in the Williams early red, although the yellow transparent is certainly rfo il. People demand a red and vie try iiot to give the dealer a red ap; i until the yellow la done, apples to ths so do not ship same dealer. All early varieties must be handled with great care, says a writer In an exchange. We expressed our early apples because we had not enough for a car, on account of uneven ripening.. We find summer apples more profitable than winter varieties. I do not advise planting an orchard without some early varieties. We can sell early apples anywhere. W shipped most' of ours to New York, but Baltimore is all right on early fruit Prepare for the Cold Weather By Coming to i ' ft. ap-pi- n, bh SHIMFESSEL'S and buying what comfortable clothing you need. Everything either. to keep you warm, and not drain your pocketbook I u Suits for Men and Boys, CLOAKS and SUITS for Women and Girls. They are. made to fit and to be Stylish- too. - aJ;eowBt Our full fit flock is subject to your inspection and we know we can you out in what you need, or we wouldn't invite you to come and trade where you have been buying serviceable 'goods juring the bark under the snow-crus- t. Come on old Senate and get at twenty-fiv- e prices this currency question settled before we all run out of Currency. AN APPEAL TO LEGISLATORS. for the pail years. Are you Legislature? a member of the coming you going prove to Are Porto Rico wants a Legislature. that you represent the women of KenSome time in 1910 there was Several states would be willing tucky as well as the men. by agreeing to allow them to submit their case to a Curfew law passed, but fo to donate theirs. PUBLIC SPEAKING. Special InvitationMo Every Farmer Man in Powell County, By Hon. R. L. Barnett, of Paducah, Ky. SUBJECT: "Farmers' Educational and Union." PLACE: Christian Church, Hardwick's Creek. TIME: Wednesday night, December 3rd. PLACE: Court House at Stanton. TIME: Thursday at 10 A. M., December 4th. Sir. Barnett is a splendid speaker and we are very fortunate in having him with us. He understands the needs of the farmer as few men do. Please remember the appointments, for you cannot afford to miss this opportunity. the voters! That is all they ask of They are presenting a bill asking for the submission of a constitutional amendment to the people, which will admit them to the suffrage on equal terms with men. You do not have to believe in woman suffrage to vote for this bill. All you have to believe la is in giving the women a fair chance to get to the court of last resort. A vote for the bill Is not a vote for woman suffrage; it is simply a vote to let the question be submitted to the men of Kentucky. Not to the people of Kentucky; the women may never vote a single vote in their own favor; all they can do is to educate, to persuade and to wait. A WOMAN TO THE MEN OF TRH LEGISLATURE. you. Walk In Gentlemen and Ladies. Our Fall and Winter Stock is on the shelves, for sale. ready We guarantee to save you money on your Fall and Winter purchases. Come in, let us show you willing at any time. SPOUT SPRING. A. J. Curtis sold a cow Saturday to Jim Willsfor $00.00. our line. Let us sell We are ready and you your Christmas flour. We handle "al is for sale Did it Ever Occur to You That an account with a Clean, Strong Progressive Bank gave you a considerable preftige in the business world? Accounts of all sizes welcomed by the Delia Malony and Tom Smith mod any grade. . Also Perfection, the best that's made at our left Monday for Middletown,-Ohio- put up the Winchester Roller Mills, place at any time. We cordially ask you to buy Per- Mr. and Mrs. Moses McKinney fection, far the best, and the sells. cheapest for. the price visited relatives in Irvine Saturday and Sunday. It must be Indian summer, it hasn't rallied for several days, and it has become smoky. of' Hayden-villOhio, visited his father, Qeo. V. Mcintosh, a wef days last week. U. B. Mcintosh, e, Perfection Flour, per bbl in wood, $6.75. cotton. m White Pear! Magnole 6.40 6.00 Clay City National Bank, ' CLAY CITY, KENTUCKY. Eldean Hour $2.40 per hundred, pounds, COo for 25' lb. sacks, granulated sugar, 20 lbs. for $1, or $4.75 per huudred pounds, roasted cofl'ee 16o per pouud. llardwick & Company, Stuutou. 1M. ADAMS Xena, Ky. & SON; V. '', In' Breathitt College where she is matron of ' H. J. iMatthew, of Lexington, wan of tho dormitory. The. college has heen closed down for several weeks ii town. oho day last week. on account of the small pox. She ' Jlr.' Fred' Blackburn's- bister. visited. at the home nf'hor brothof Winchester, in visiting her this er, Wm, llurdwiuk, before returnweek. ing. STANTON NEWS. Highland iimtii'-- count', - of the plagu-- are almost forgotten. Organiu troubles that were certain death iiiiw yield readily to the'Vkill of the surgeon. There has been no greater triumph iiiun inaf oi mooern mrgeryj ao let ux he thankful that we live in this age we do. s SPECIAL e Iiiiu. Tout Johnson, of Tallecu,' The students nt the college gave was visiting hi two daughters- - in their literary program l;it Friday jchooj one day la6t week. night at the college building. It Mrs: Callie Davis, of Hamilton, was the tirst time that we had O., i'b visiting her parent, Mr. and been there this year and were wonderfully surprised at too talent Mrs, Alice Norton, this week. shown and the productions given. Mrs. Sylvia Russell, of St. Helens, was in attendance at Court The' German play given by Gladys last week nnd vi8it.ing.her many Welch, Jouett Boone and Marion Atkinson was splendid The, confriend?. versation was all in German, and Morgan lloone, who .has been. while, most of us could not underworking in Letcher county at stand a word of it, yet we caught for several months return- from the actions nnd gestulution ed home last week. that iFwas a courting scene. We W. Fleenor, Attorney of did not know whether both of the G. Jackson, Ky., hut living in Win- young men were proposing to the chester, was a business visitor at Same girl or the girl proposing to both'ot-th- e youag men. Anyhow, our Court last week. all. ended berene and all seemed Mr. Vm. Byrns and wife,, former residents of Stanton, but now happy in the way it ended. As clang gf Ashland, were visiting their there was only one girl in the daughter, Mrs. Marion Strange, Gladys took the part of another r " character aud thus Jouett was not 4'ast week. given the mitten after all The There will be- union services held music part of the program by Beatat v the. Presbyterian church this rice Blunt, Maxie Johnson and coming Sunday. Being the fifth Todd who hard to beat anySunday of the month; 'the writr.l where. It would be a great enwill preach in the morning and couragement tc oar young people Rev. Ji C. Hanley inline" evening. if more of the citizens of the town Mr. A. T. Stewart went to Jack-.flo- n took in these literary exercises. t k to visit his brother You would feel richly repaid for and toofc a side trip .to Hazel Green going and would be delightfully while he was so close.' Mr Stew-ar- t entertained. The exercists are to the , ublic and arc held evsays the most beautiful "rose." world is to be found, at Haz- ery other Friday night. in the el Green. At this Thanksgiving seaso i of Mrs. Ella Hardwick and son, the year we ought to be thankful Jack, of Winchester, were visiting for all the bounties that we have with Mr 8. Bettie Hardwick and received this past year. It in true friends several days last week. We that we had a drruth, but there is were glad to see lier-- back again plenty for us till the coming harviNe'well Duight llillis, the and. hope that she will stay longer est. great preachei of Plymouth Church, . .. uext tinie.. 9f- - ; 3. New York, says why we should e Thewriter, has engage thankful J6r the age we live in, in young lady Btenographeras his1 as- an article he has written. "Modsistant- in hia work. She arrived em tools have ushered in a new on Tuesday morning very early and earth. Already machinery lends iin a few years will be able to renthe average family the labour of der assistance. Just .now her moth- riixty slaves.' God would seem to er has her in charge and that means have ordained tools to emancipate a careful training for .a useful life. man from drudgery for higher Mrs MoUie Law has returned to service and spiritual life. We have the cotton gin, the printing press, Did Tea Ever Derate ax Ettire Day f the railroads uniting distant cities, VkvZ Pet HeW? the Bteamship uniting distant nantOBABLT TOO HAVE AND MORE THAN THAT. tions, the telegraph uniting comIn looking baolt over asoosiplUbed mercial cities, the cable uniting we h we like to feel that something, be it the digging of post holes distant continents, the telephone la or the useful exertion ofwrn-wergfriends widely separated, r,v some other direction. , the phonograph lending imiuortali-tYniw iIbv'.i " ahowa to the voice. To these must he nt" lie not in the amount of work, ftdded the reaper standing tor a but la the amount thousand and one new tools and of holes., lessening the labor for the farmer, tho sewing machine, standing for u thousand and one new tools and lessening the leisure and power to womeir; man' touched the forked stick and. it became the steel plow, the sickle und it became a reaper, the. old wagon into an iron engine, tbe hollow tog into a mighty ooean BLUE vessel, the iron thread into an GRASS cable. There has been a wonPOST derful advancement in medicine HOLE BWlOOIUWC BACK and sconce. In former eras, when DIGGER J ' UnDAr3woft a man 'lost his arm the bleeding stump was plunged into hot pitch With the Blue Grass you can with Now the same amount of labor accomplish to stay tbe hemorrhage, far greater results dig more holes many amputations are performed because it has the stifTest blade and cuts without tbe loss of a Bingle drop of the deepest hole with the least expan- nlood. The kuifo that was so sion of handles and least exertion. dreaded has changed with tbe use Tho handles aro hickory, the frame The sleeper falls malleable iron, tho blades OCTAGON of anoidthetics. into-- a dreamless sleep as free from shaped FORGED steel The Blue Grass has so many good pain as a block of marble. A cenpoints over any other Post Hold Digger, tury ago whole villages and cities that we'd really want you to try it were swept away by a plague and There's always a little plot of ground disaround our premises available for the Infectious fevers. Today the covery of the germ theory and the purpose. XENA, KY. principle 'of sanitation the very WM. ADAMS eVSON, . ts - Genet. :i . Fiirmcrs.seeing "hog killing time." . , W. M. Woodard is building a country residence) to be occupied hy himself und his family. Old time corn husking and quiltings are the order of the day in this part of Powell. SALE Ladies' 1 - Lu-cil- e said that "Consistency thou art a jewejl" but is more than we can sny for "Incom-petnev.- " There is no question hut. what incompetency is one of the greatest stnmbliug blocks that the American nation has, to grapple with to day It creeps into the pulpit. The voters will vote men into the judiciary who nctually do not know a statute from Davy Crockett's nlmnnac nor a code from Hawkin's Yet they set in judgement, nnd the, construction that they place on a paragraph of law would make an elephant as big as "Jumbo" look like a spotted polecat. is con-fppsio- n. It and Children's 1 if n m T CLOAKS, r v " 2 Ladies' arid Children's Shoes, it if t s 't The Youth's Companion in 1914. P i; Suits and Skirts. Also have Some Good Values in V il i last-we- ,- Seven college oiesldents and a number of college instructors, including ex President Taft. will contribute to The Youth's Companion during 1914, Then therejis Gene Stratton Porter, whose stbries of Indian woods nnd swamps pave made her famous, and Kate Douglas Wigcin, who never wrote a dull line in her Mfe, and Mrs. Burton Harrison, who remembers when conversation was reallyan art as"practisd in manor hoilsefl'tif Virginia. And f this is just a beginning of the list. If you know The Companion, you have a pretty clear idea of what is in store for the next yew's readers. If you do not know, ask us to send vou sample copies for instance, those containing the chapters of Arthur Pier's fine serial "His Father's Son." Full announcement for 1014 will be sent with the sample Stan-wood t 1 s Dress Goods, Xli, It l- - mmgs &c J and a Good Line of Underwear FOR MEN, WOMEN and LITTLE FOLKS. copies. f y Fof the year's subscription of $2.00 there is included The Companion Practical Home Calendar for 1914, and all tbe issues of the paper for tbe remaining weeks of 1913, dating from the time tbe subscription is recelvd. The Youth's Companion, 144 Berkeley St., Boston, Mass. New subscriptions received at thin office. 4 We invite your inspection and dont forget our Nice Line of Groceries and Heating Stoves. We Eczema and Itching Cured.. i The soothing, healing medication in Dr. Hobson'8 Eczema Ointment penetrates every tiny pore of the ' skin, clears it of all impurities stops itching instantly.' Dr. Hob-'- ; son's Eczema Ointment is guaranteed to speedily heal eczema, rash-- ' es, ringworm, tetter and other unsightly eruptions. Eczema Ointment is a doctor's prescription, not an experiment. All druggists or by mail, 50a. Pfeiffer Chemical Co., Philadelphia and 8. Louis. Adv. can Clothe You, Shoe You, Feed You and Warm You as Cheaply as Anyone. Very Truly, Mis: J. W. Eldean flour $2.40 per hundred pounds, COo for 25 lb. sacks, granulated sugar, 20 lbs. for $1, or $4,75 per hundred pounds, roasted coffee IGo per' pound. Hardwick & Company, Stanton. Williams 1 Uniform Laws. en; they know a great deal more about tniforin marriage n ml divorco Their primal duties to PnilMTm DIPUT MAW th0 trIbe of "Rlitlng and hunting and lwk, uniform compulsory edit uuuniku iiiuiii nun the later developments of Industry and cation and child labor laws an uuamrDo uuvo uecessiiaieu in Moqunto mothers' pension If You Believe In Suffraoe, Join, "on and organization. Women's duties, Woman Suffraoe Leaouo Women eac" within her own particular homo, 'nw were advocated in rosohi- Learning and Organiza- nave tenaca to isolation, to individual - , finns adopted J)V the National .oil., lltivu ueeu ilIUIBUUllM. UUl 11 IS Loaugo tion From Men. of Compulsory Education finally Been that the home Is part of ollicials during the second session (Special.) It Is commonly said that the state; that their separation means very small number of women want dlro results to both: tho demands of of their nnuual convention at. St. , modern Industry the suffrage; that a very small num- of women out of have pushed millions Louis., Education officers of six the home and Into the women or men believe working world. ! ber either of Women have come to ty of the largest cities in the fx ' W 7 This is much less see that for their own protection and country comprise the league. In equal rights. is simply that for the betterment of the racp they true than it seems: it Another resolution deplored the majority of those who bellevp give must become social, not no "outward visible sign" of the fact. beings. And they have fct out to 'earn the failure to enforce the birth To remedy this tbe local branches of the tricks that men know of registration laws and blamed and of organization. The'r the Kentucky Equal Rights Associa parents for the prevalnnce of of Women's Cubs, with Its tion are now organizing on what Is basis." hundred thousand member?. Is one of truancy and many other deficieii known as the Every man or woman who believes In tho signs that thev are "ctchlne: on, cies characteristic of tho small qual rights Is asked to sign a card Woman Suffrage Party. boy. The resolution declared that reads, "I believe in the right of Many of the now leagues for women children were being punished too juffrage for women and I hereby enroll suffrage are calling thtmselves "wom myself as a member of tho Fayette an suffrage party." They are not oul much and parents too little. Rights Association" or organizing on County Equal To remedy this the oiginizn-tio- n the bads of the poliMcal "The Rowan County Woman Suffrage party, but they are ta'-'nthe n proposed the establishment League," or whatever the name of the "party." They say It makes the men ot local organization may be. There are realize better that they are a courts of domestic relations force to FULTON COUNTY TUBERCULOSIS HOSPITAL, QLOVERSVILLE, N. Y. reckoned with In practical politics where parents are to bo tried for a commit himself to anything the offense of their children when This Is a remodeled farmhouse. The entire cost, the small farm Included, that they have come to stay! De tlef In the principle on which our na- coming a member means neither was about '$9,500. It provides accommodation for 13 Incipient cases In dues the parents contribute to causes tion was founded; that taxation with- nor pledges; it means merely a bona- making these offenses. wards and 4 advanced cases In separate rooms. out representation is tyranny. If you fide personal signature to a declaration The law creating the Kentucky Tu the Board, and the construction and Relieve In this principle, and have not of belief In woman suffrage. The Ladies' Aid Society of the berculosis Commission at the last leg- maintenance ot the hospital. tlgned a suffrage card, get one and ganlzatlons then rely for their The or support Methodist church will meet at islature provides also a plan for the are to be received from the Patients district, jlgn It. It Is a small thing to do for on the free-wiofferings of those who the causae of Justice, but It is valuable. are ready to make some sacrifice for the home (f Mrs. Emerson Coulee building of small hospitals throughout, either fre or for a weekly charge, acthe state for the proper treatment ot cording to their financial condition, If no league exists In your county, freedom and the prlnc'ple of Justice. next Wednesday, Dec. Ord. tuberculosis. .The plan In brief Is as and the cost of maintenance not met write to Mrs. Desha Breckinridge, J follows: The Fiscal Court of any by these charges must be paid by the president of the Kentucky Equal A Woman Suffrage League In Every county. Here wepire this week again county may declare that county a dis- district. Rights Association, at state headquar trict for the purpose ot building a hos It is the purpose of the Kentucky 'ith a six page paper. This is not so expensive a plan as It ters, 726 McClelland building, Lexlng pital. Or, by petition, the question looks. After the construction of a reaIon, Ky. She will supoly you with a kqual Rights Association to see that may bo submitted to a vote of the peo- sonably substantial building for the car for yourself and a bunch of cards there is a woman suffrage league, Report of jthe Condition of The ple at any regular election, and, if purpose of administration, the cooking whatever name may be chosen, in lo get your neighbors to sign. every carried, it Is then the duty of the Fis- and serving of meals, and the housing Kcn'uck1y bef?re the Basis of Political Parties. cal Court to declare the county a dis- ot the nurses, the building or buildbeginnings Powell iCounty 'ear 1913 basis is the have been made this summer in some The trict. Any group of counties touching ings for the actual housing of the . Bank, basis of all political parties. Merely twenty-fiv- e one another may declare themselves consumptives can be more cheaply counties. If you have not professed and attested belief in tho j0incd a league, send In your' name a single district for this purpose by a erected than those for any similar hosprinciples of the Republican party or Enroll under the banner of th n.u' doing businest at the town of Stanton, vote at any general election .which pital purpose, because the patients are County of Powell, State of Kentucky, the democratic party makes one a Re woman suffrage party. Stand for the carries in each of the counties in- made to live and sleep in tho open air, publican or a Democrat. When the cause of rlsht wh'Ie the cause needs at the closo of business on 14th day of volved. Then, under certain restric- or on verandas; very small, cheaply November, 1013. sinews of war are needed, the leaders you! Don't wait until the battle Is tions In the law, the State Commission constructed buildings are sufficient tor rely on voluntary contributions to tho won and then try n r- i m , i, names a considerable group of citi- the purpose. Tho whole campaign campaign fund. Men have developed band wagon. RESOURCES. zens, men and women, of the county against tuberculosis Is based, not on srganizatlon much further than worn- M. M ' Loans and Discounts . . $04,071.10 or counties Involved, from which sympathy, but on economics. Pracgroup the judges of these counties tically all of the sufferers are between Overdrafts, secured and unse 883.13 name a District Board of Tuberculosis the ages ot 15 and 60, nearly all of cured, The Qame Laws. Rosslyn. Hospital Trustees. This Board then them, housewives or Stocks, Bonds and other Se No peixm liu til without . .. . of"childreuT" 2,740.05 asks of the Fiscal CourLJunda to. be mancjLJJiemhe-parenl- s curities, Mrs. A. M. Lmve vmied Mi- -. licence : iiiiiviilt d. liuWHVer. own. Due from Banksj levy of taxes? Tou can servo your community . . .,13,110.28 raised" J. L. Martin tiuimuv. . .. ' 3.041.03 From these funds a site Is selected, and Insure yourself in no better way otb ot it. nil, nf - ciulil it' resident Cash on hand: subject to the approval of the thcn by advocating tenant or- llituiveliinlreu re8i- - "Banki'iTg"Hou8e,. ll5rnlture,' and4,875.00 Commission, and then the BoardState suQh an Institution. the building ot iVr. and Mic. D V, Mart in proEvery cent it fixtures, uejiib may nuiu on men- own iuiiu ceeds to erect the hospital. The State cocts Is more than returned by the dis .;ania.do-anris- i irrTTTJiit (.'reek $88,71U.S9 Total, Commission is given a very general tress It relieves and the poverty it pra- or IfiiHfhnltt or laiiii inuiiedluteiy People a flu phiee ure oversight of the future activities of vents. adjoining llirii'tf LIABILITIES. to jtet their rum muliered HuiiIuih inuht curry their Capital Stock paid in, in cash $13,000.00 Surplus Fund, . liev. W. K. HiiKimu in piitiin . 3,000.00 vvlule Illinium. Undivided Profits, less expens in the nitidis prem-- u; mm f License iimj lie uliiuineil from es ami taxes paiu, . l.so.uo the day-riin- e huu n.c (Ji.uiiiy Ulei K. Deposits subject to check. $64,844.53 Ltiuiui 10 kill Qutiil, Novem- - Demand Mr. uud Sir?, Alvm Mm .11 Certificates made a llynm nip 1.. Norm K..ik15 "January 1; pheusuniR, No- 0,0(10.00 03,844.53 of Deposit Ve.uiier lo Ki .J.i 1111. 1; doves, Bills I'avublo 5,00o00 ijuturduv ami Similin . . . August 1 10 February 1 ; wood Total, $88,710.00 It will pny 1111 in i t tn L"h STAND UP AND BE SMALL COUNTY HOSPITALS PR0VDIED FOR KENTUCKY Lifllw ff nntl-'ocln- l, n g I g ft" ll - ll Deposit -- I .... ' d 11- - lnii-t-lin- ;: t t 1 YOUR GAIN AND OUR LOSS and Crowe's Mure, have for sale uihIh Set. Aprn l; labium, November County of Powell, Miss Ida Maiiui ami Mr. ftlicL lo m bepuunnei 10; uluck and We, John W. Williams and E. II. 1)V Wills were imirrien I'uesiltiv. 'lux hiiuiuel. June 16 lo beptein-W- e Fuller, President and Cashier of tho nuined Hank, do solemnly swear wish them .1 lon .nut llni,i i.ei lo .u.u Noveiuoei 15 lo l'eb-lit'- while elieup ! chuck, June u uu jinose 10 in- - 2U lo l'eiiiiiiirv 1; wild ducK, August State of Kentucky, lo e. iu.11,1 1. thut tho above statement is true to tho m oiler Uin.miui 1.. mi,i, John W. Williams, President E. II. Fuller, Cashier. ,1"1 ume, any quuil, ot Uie Clint-tudav echool "" Subscribed and sworn to boforo 1110 u line talk trmn a ohmt (.dieub.un m- um, iuim-)- . church this uiiumiuiKi niTiir ur trans- My i!5th day or November, 1013. Sunday. tiun- Dr. a. T Knox tiave the best of our knowledge and behuf. Look out for the Big Sale at this store. Every thing in stock is going now at a re- - I . Cuinmlbsion expires Feb. 28, 1014. port ttuy uii'iiuihiM, quuii or J B. Bluckburn, Notary Public. Rev. L. F. Maim tilled the pul UtillVe liiW'lully iJlleuouliI, uuu-rCorrect Attest: pit Sunday and uihi ui ine Killed uuu 111 lie piiMietBlou of S. D. Hull, Methodist church. Uih text Sun- (lie Hunter J. H. Hardwick, day night was about the ten T. C. Hull, Directors. i)iueuii lliiur $2.10 per hundred Tins Brother is an a- bio speaker and will be baek mi pounda, UUc lor lyo 10. sacks, It's tBe Coding Edge. tth Sunday to li his regular up. grunuiaieu augar, 20 lbs. lor $1, Your say tho may have pointment and. it will pay anyone ur $.76 per nuimied pounds, the proper "set", may "ring" true, have baok to come out to hear li is noble roa .led collee 10c pei puund. of ampls strength and sermons. Let us try to pick out Hurdwick & Company, still be wanting In the cutting edge. of tho lifo of men the beauty of Stuiitou Often, soythes that are nil good things, for it is pleasing ., perfeo t otherwise, have r ale at this one or more toft spots along to tho eyes of tho people. edge-a- re n 11 . duotion to close out the stock of Goods to make a change in our business. This means low price to you, and all goods are new. This Sale will last only tpn days and if you want the benefit bring on your orders. The stock of goods is cut 25 per cent. Come on and be convinced of this Big Sale. nW" the not uniformly tempered-haveahiddeurl- aw. The best lubricatiai withojtt carbon But the one defect means the difl'erenoe between a good and a poor scythe. ULUU OltASS SCVTHKS A perfect oil forllheralrMoleJ or wmtor. WMauuUDODUM. reer lusCse. cm vnU Crude. A Ple. thin, blfh fir Uttollwhl feeds frM.lv. Poaltively trtm fnn r.rl.m nn vi first DurfhlM of ana Lhl. tit Nn rrH Antn fll will i.m. nUh raeaotwHiraL nUal barrel with faucet, fin to uae by you for permanent storage. Price of oil In in Uk, 46c sr iBta. tisawiuka eil. AluainmllMltl'annKV are a perfect product of the soythe maker's skill. Perfect from point to heel from out ting edge to baok. The steel used ia of an extra speolal high grade. Blade isoliunlsh with polished edge and baok. Sharpened ready for use. We have every confidence in the quality ot Blue Grass Soythes. That's why we canaflord to guarantee them. WM. ADAMS & SON, - XENA, KY. Lowe & Crowe, Rosslyn Merchants. s&toHinc JOHN WHITE A QO. AND MAKIET HIDES IMHEST rii re raw ruxa PBtCK CHAS. C. ST0LL0IL CO. 1"? NL' ,"frfjf "EnglUae" WoolCecamlaafea. Write lor sewufil Uaie KloliatiasotiealBg'Uua aJ wWi e f.r (aMUee tails. B8TBLISHR01S3r Loumviua. Kx, belonging to W. Cox whs hit by a train in this city Monday afternoon, and two lens broken. She was then killed and buried. It was a PA I' Kit. A HOME-MApity to have so, disposed of so valuable a brute, as the cow was THURSDAY, November 27, 1913, dry, and fat. enough for beef. THE TIMES. A valuable cow E. 11. Win. Morton, of Bowen, was in the city Monday. The recent tide brought no big logs to Brodhead-Garret.t'saw mill as might have been ex8 HOPE $ MILLS AN UNEXPECTED GUEST for luncheon or dinner will enjoy the delightful trial of home-mubread that is made from the Pearl (lour. The loaves made from thit high grade (lour are fine, light.whiu and of tempting Uavor and a satisfying luchcon can be made on the excellent bread (with sweet butter) that is made from the Pearl flour. d DE LOCAL Kriduy. BREVITIES. J. II. O'ltoar was in Frankfort Mrs. Myrtle Burgher anil PiBetsy Johnson, visited teltitives at Kiddville last week. nter, Miss Mrs. P. B. King, of Kansas City, Mo., are here on a visit to Mrs. King's brother, W. Mr. and 1 pected. Another lumber company up the river has the river Ml ed in and a railroad track laid Cholera has made devastntin;: it to get logs to their mill raids on the hos of the Mille 's during the dry season. It will Creek section of Estill county, no therefore take a much larger tide cording to the report of the Tri- than the last one to get Garrett's bune. It Imp always been sni('l lo::s over the 11. that cholera is most apt to folT A Gentle and Effective Laxative. low an adundant crop of acorns, COPVRIGMtAPJC'C9 A mild, gentle and effective laxaand the acorns have been abundant this year. So far wo have tive is what people demand when Made by J. heard of no cholera in this coun- suffering from constipation. Thousands swear by Dr. King's New ty. 21 ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, Ky. Weather. All of last week was very n Michtel Cone, an L. & E. Spring-like- . Thursdav was parat Winchester, was killed ticularly so and to add still to there Friday while on duty. He theSping-lik- e appearances, there was hit by a train and his body was considerable moving about cut in two. Dr. Marlin the Times office. E. Q. and W. T. McGlone, of moved to his new resilience about Morehead, stopped over Saturday completed, while on the oilier night with their brother, E. B side A. I'. Johnson moved into They were on their the house vacated by Dr. Martin, McUlono. and J. J. Curry also moved to an way to the L. & E. extension. adjoininging building of the Dr. Martin reports the birth of Times. Just across the street J. a daughter last week to G. B. B. Eaton was putting out a large Leech. He also reports the birth onion field. The combination of of a girl to J. F. Ware, of these circumstances made it hard Vaughn's Mill, Monday, Novem for us to realize that Spring realber 24th. ly was not here. Spring-like flag-ma- Barnett near the city. Hugh Tallman, of San Antonio, Tex., writes: "They are, beyond (juestion, the best pills my wife and I have ever taken." They pain., Price 25e. nt never cau-druggists, or by mail H. E. Buok-le& Co. Philadelphia or St. Louis. Life Pills. e n When in Need of Adv. nountz-nillc- r. Builder's Hardware, Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles, Mr. Gus Mouutz, of Hardwick's Creek, and Callie Miller, of Stanton, were married Thursday, Nov. 18, at Hardwick's Creek, 'Squire W.m. Davis, officiating. After the ceremony the couple repaired to the hospitable home of Richard Puckett, where they were treated to a delighful repast. The Family Cough Medicine. In every home there should be a bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery, ready for immediate use when any member of the family contracts a cold or a cough. Prompt use wi'l stop the spread of. sickness. S A Std, of Mason, Mich., writes: '.My whole family depends upon Dr Kind's New Discovery as the liest cough and cold medUine-.ithe world. Two bottles cur.ed rce of pneumonia " Thousands of other fiinnlies have been equally benefitted and depend entirely upon Dr. King's New Discovery to fine their coughs, colds, throat and lung trouble. Every ('ose helps Price, 50c und 31 00 All druggists. 11. E. Bucklen & Co. Philadelphia or St. l.ouiB Adv. n Cooking or Heating Go to or Write Stoves, The beautiful weather has af Women Who get Ulzxv. forded farmers a splendid opporEvery woman who is troubled tunity to gather their corn and witli fainting and dizzy spells, many of them have hauled in backache, headache, weakness, de their last load and are now ready biKty, constipation or kidney troubfor other winter work, and some le should uce EJectriu Bittt-rs- . have killed their hogs. 'hey give relief when nothing else will, iinpruve the health, adding Christmas Coming.. strength and vigor from the first Four weeks from today will be dose. Mrs. Laura Gaines, of AvqOhristrnas day. Our' advice is do ea, La.;avK: ' Four doctors had ,. .i i.. :e .'...u. rue up and my children and the money, but if on a credit, the given all my friends were looking for me merchant's advice is, do your shopping late, hoping that he will to die, when in son insisted that I 1 did so, and have cash buyers to take all of use Electriu Bitters. they have, done me a world of his Stock before von call. good." Just try them. 50c. nid Cow for Sale. $1.00 nt all druggists or by mail Eed polled heifer cow two yars II. E. Buckleu & Co., Philadelphia old now fresh. Apply at thisoffice or St. Louis Adv. - Grubbs & Benton, Cor. IVlain and Broadway, s Winchester, - Ky. v- - . HARDWICK and COMPANY. Fall and Winter uOODS. Our Full ami Wh-ifi Come to Our Store TREES! Fruit and Shade, And let us show you what a nice line of goods we carry. Vines, Peonies, Phlox, Rhu-bir- b, Roses, etc., etc. Everything lor ORCHARD, NO AGENTS Shrubs, drape joods are - now in We want mu to Our stock of Dry Goods, Notion'', LAWN and QARDEN. Groceries, Hardware, Clothing, Shoes and etc. is replete with FREE CATALOOS GROWERS OF WHAT WE SELL. 1841 1913 see tliHin, und roiiinir- quality and pries to that id' of her fillers. It i to you' interest to do tnis, for vou should learn when- - you can get the most tin your money or produce, and where ou can find the best selections of both Variety, Style and Quality. THIS COMBINED WITH OUR H. F. Hlllenmeyer& Sons, Lexington, Ky. Low Prices ' JJ p Si CAPITAL STOCK, $100,000 SUIcPIjUS AND UN' DIVIDED FKOFITS, 200,000 TIIIS A Make It to your interest to give us a good share of ft your trade. We utrive to pleaBe our customers v Winchester be- ovl WiNuuaTiii. Ky. Sl'UAlI, Bank. 3 4 OAHIUKll. A cause we know satisfied customers are our best assets. R N. UOU.Y WJTUBHSI'OOMi PlIKNi E W, 11, Yours to please, ft YOUR ACCOUNTS SOWCITKD U WALDRON x & JOHNSON, AST r " lV sT Rim1lirvi Dhnnnnpoi-d- the new and staple styles. We ask you who do not already know to give us a chance to prove that we can save you money. To you who deal witn us and know we want to say we feel that are in even better position to satisfy your wants and give you better values than ever before. We can not here call special attention lo 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, Schairner & Marx aid "The rt System" clothing for men, "Aster" brand hats for men, "Arrow" brand 'men's shirts and collars, "Duck Brand" rain coats, for all, "Ball Band" rubber footwear. And if in need of any of the following it will 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. We handle The Bain wagons and get, them by the car load, and will give, you the benefit of the difference In price. If in need of one, ask some one about them who know, then' and get our prices and we will surely make the sule. " ready-to-wear .1 TYPEWRITING and Waltersville, Ky. WILBUR R. SMITH BUSINESS CQLLE8E hLcxrponlnl u4 Saoctur U GoubckU tJIt iAIj, UUnnU jtttttil iwrltuca la It Prttlikot uid banking liualutM, H 30 IOr fluontlnc if,a uun aoil wnruta furiucvM, K4Anter now. .iUimiWUUVU U.KUk'1'U, imuguiu, My, TELEGRAPHY lu Hardwick & Co., Stanton. 1 SCHOOL BALLOT HAS THE BALLOT FOR WOMEN HELPED THE SCHOOLS OF KENTUCKY? School Boards Elected $100,000 Bond Issue Carried Right to Vbte Assured Only Few Weeks Before Election. n (Special.) Five more women wero elected county .school superintendents In Kentucky at the November election than ever before. It Is a safo assumption that a womnn is not going to be elected over a man to a well-paioffice, unless the voters are pretty Wire that she 1b decidedly better fitted to fill the. office than he Is. This, then, Is In the Interest of a higher standard of efficiency for our schools. Louisville's School Bond Issue. In the city of Louisville a hundred thousand dollar bond issue for new school buildings was passed. It would not have been passed without the votes of women and the work of hundreds of women who perfected an organization, carried on a house to house xftuvas, and worked at the polls throughout the day, reminding voters lo vpte for the bond issue. This is in the interest of better school buildings wid. equipment for our children.. Women's Right Disputed. The opinion of the Attorney General that women could, vote for schcol bond Issues was only given a few weeks beWre the election. He had .twen, exceedingly doultful about It before. The decision of the Court cf Appeals that women could vote in ti. ounty superintendent's race and i fact in every, school election In whk h the law of 1012 attempted, to , va th'em the right to vote, thus s' l, bond, issue elections as well as o.li .4, was only handed down a few v, sci& before election, In fact, after reg strain had taken place in the cltle3 The Attorney General and the Su e. of Public Instruction hu previously given their opinions, hat women could not vote In the county super iritendent's race. A test case brcusht up from Fayettd county with' a vie to settling the question before 'ho , . marles, was thrown out by the Co at Appeals' on the ground that 't h no. jurisdiction in questions cc n. n Ins the primary law,, Thl3 lr. th qucstlcn settled in favor of tho worn en In Fayette county alone, the won1 on of'the other 119 count es being i doubt. Many of. the county clerk wore not In doubt as to their lnterprc tatlon of the law, and refused nbsc lutoly to provide the- special ballot, for tho women voters, Favorable Decision Obtained. A mandamus suit was brought to compel the clerk of Anderson to supply separate ballots for the regular election, and It was on this suit that the Court of Appeals Anally settled the whole question In favor of the women. They may now vote In every soliool election except that of Stato' Superintendent of Public Instruction, from which they are debarred by the constitution. Women voted In the elections for school board members and trustees In 11)12. Under new school laws for cities of the first and second class, banishing the party emblem from the school school boards were ticket, n elected In Louisville, Lexington, Covington, Newport and Paducah, the women organizing and working for tickets endorsed by civic crsaniza tlons. School boards of much greater on fltnoss than formorly wore o e. vim;. soveral of which womon arc tans The higher type school better administration of the schools., A Better School System. It must be'ackuowledgeu .hat with less than a year and a half's u ?, with tho right of women to voto In ihe most Important elections disputed until n few weeks before the last c.cctlon, tho granting of the school suffrage to tho women of Kentucky who aro "able to read and write," has be'en of dlo tlnct advantage, as It was predicted by the women it would be, to tho school system. In the future, with their righf to this ballot at last settled, the school vote will undoubtedly bo much more widely used by Kentucky women than It has so far been. br,-.- t,u mi ASS'N - RIGHTS Hay Baler for Sale. Full steel chamber and plunger. HAS DONE Nono better. Virtually a brad now machine, having been used rttit Will sell for tho astonA report of, the Kentucky Kqual tun duys. ishing low price of $ 100, or will Rlg. sayst In i. oS tho "Kentucky Equal Rights trade saint! to livestock or growing A?so(.l.iiion was organized to advance uorn J. U. Burgher. r.ghu Very Serious It is a very serious' matter to ask lor one medicine and have tbe wrong' one given yea. For this reason we urge you in buying to be careful to get the genuine DISINFECT! the industrial, legal and educational of women, and to secure suffrage lr thera by appropriate state and national legislation. 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Heavy blankets and simCopyrights 4 c. ilar things should be boiled for an lending a Hkotrh and decrrlptlnn mar Anrone qnlcklr ascertain our opinion free whotller au Especially after consumption, hour. IllTClHIon IB pronnmy pniwiimHin. Communtrfi. l loni utrlctlr co itld en tlol. HANDBOOK on I'AtenU bedding, mattresses and upholstered Mies Laura Clay, Corresponding Secresjititt frA. Oldest naencr for necurhiir Dntetitfl. tary of the Kentucky Equal Rights TntenU taken through iluun A Co. recelre furniture ought to be burned. After tpttial notU$ without charire; ia the" Association and for Twenty-fivYears Its President. Scientific successfully Write for purlieu-- ' River Brick & Training mmmm School for Tsacherr A Our,c Ic'.ift V I 1:1 41 t m I RICHMOND, KY. mi.,' H s.iioon Iriiu. cr nou. r I In J" . mrfhTrraA?.rlITi H w r j, o. on i J 1E.MARKS. REPORT "I 3 rente IJV7 TO UreKle. 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