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CLA.Y CITY. (lame LawstoJJje Amended TO KA; lJTORSDAY. DECEMBER $uk SttfeSlBERS. 11, J 9 3. 1 NO. 60 under the lease, which is as follow?: "This contract made and entered into this the 24th day of July, 1013, between Stanton College, of Stanton, Powell county, Ky., of the first part, and the Board of Trustees of the Stanton Gradnl School, of said County and State, of the second part. WITNESSETH .That the first party has teased to the second party the Stanton College Building, together with the Campus and property attached thereto, consisting of about ten acres of land, located in Patrick's addition to the town of Stanton, for a period of one year, beginning July I, 1913, in consideration of the second party keeping up the tepairs and incidental expenses attached to the building and grounds. This, however, does not include any injury or damage to the property by reason of storms or tires or accidents other than should occur from reasonable use of tie property for school purposes. The said second party having complete control and care of said property during said year. And it is din- tinctly understood that the prop erty shall only be used for school purposes. he building may be used for such entertainments as, may have connection with the schnol in the way of teacher' meetings, and board meet ings. Stanton College. I urns Home to Die. lU. Lowry, who has been STANTON NEWS. Kev. J. W. Hall, of Lexington, will preach at the Christian church the coming Sunday. , The funeral was prepchediat Log Lick '&?PL yesterday. Mr. Lowry was a native of this county, being a son of Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Lowry. He married MjsftEdijh Christopher, of Spout Spring,, who survives without any children. He moved ten years ago .to Illinois, but was on his way to Colorado for the benefit " door for several weeks brought to Winchester this week and taken to the home of his uncle, Eld,. AI. 1'. Lowry. lie was anxious tq see InVmother onco more before' leuth, thus his mother, Mrs. Nel- son Lowry, of this county rushed Jo his. bedside, but only to find ththgrc son had succumbed wa uf Knox Gity, Mo., was of his healthwhen he was down. strick-e- n Stanley's Great Work. Congressman Ovvsley Stanley went after the Imperial Tobacco trust at Morganfield last week and succeeded in securing a verdict of gnilty. Both concerns, of Great Britain and Ireland, were each fined 98,500 and the conviction, carries with it a forfeiture of their Kentucky charter. Congressman Stanley has done more l..r life tobacco grower of Ken- and the 'grower, who will n fail to support this gifted the U. S. Senate is for indeed bereft, of gratefulness. It is an undisputed fact that Congressman Stanley has fought the burdensome corporations and trusts with more success than any other public oilicial. Winchester Democrat. to-da- Measures seeking to recodlfyl A statamentEthe expiration and amend the lish and irame af,PubscrlptM?tyyjll 'be placed in laws will be submitted to the1 every subscriber's paper next T .4 l nnvt uvfi,",",u": fni tioiiDitiiA .1 nrA1 nnieliifimn " FBon' v week whether ftfy.are m arrears Quinsy Ward, executive agent of or nrtt youtfare paid in ad the rish and Game Cohimission, Vance, it. willI 6erv as .t receipt Is preparing the new measures and if you ri'rgindebted to this With the .assistance of the office, the statement will inform and many chances in you how niticnlyou owe so you the present laws will be asked. can send it vim; if convenient. 'SIS A biil seeking to protect all This. will ,bq njdun, but is to animals, such as show each subscriber how he ' mink, raccoon, otter, (jpos-su- stauds on our '"'Sri "bowks. If wo make skunk, fox ami muskrat, a mistake anciget your account will be introduced, which will wrong, notify, bhid we will cor make the open season for hunt rect it. Thereat most sure to ing such animals from November. be some mistakes in making out 1 to April J. the present open eo many statehiunts. seaeon begins in September, and Do not get offended and think Mr. Ward says that- the change we are trying uj force you to pay is made because the fur of such up, for such the case. We animals is worth four times us want you to continue to be our much in November as in Septem-- , reader first of a)!-- , so if not con- her. . , it is all A limit of the number of game riirhfc. hut ifiAiiUiipenifnt. we ; ' birds to be bagged in one day is would be glad tft receive your re fixed at fifteen, and all violators mittance by Jair: 1st, paying for of the law will be fined not less one year in .advance. We want than $15 far each" ilfremse. The and enlarge open seaeoa forjkilljng doves .will our paper, and do this we must be from the first of August to the collect up so 'Mincn as possioie. first of September, thb number One ady.antageau paying now Is to bo killed in one day not to ex- you can geMheAiaper by the first, ceed fifteen. of the year,'fonfeJcv When the In order to improve the fish paper is. enlarged ;the price will conditions, no fish in will be al I . 1 A i. u Dr. home S. P. Hauimons returned com-missio- n, at Jackson' after speudiug a busy week in Stanton. Dr. I. W Johnson entertained his Sunday School class one even ing the past week at his home with games and refreshments and all re ported an enjoyable encving. The Teachers District Association held at Hcsolyn last Saturday was a marked success from every point, perhaps save that there wag not the number of citizens present, that should have been. The writer thinks that these meetings are for the people and the trustees as well as for the teachers. Numbers of questions are discussed at the meet ings that are ood for all We think and hope that Powell county bus just before it a period of educa tional and good roads progress that will far exceed anything that haw ever been. wt-e- fur-benrit- boa-ve- r, - -- i!ot c Fiscul Court and Quarterly Court have been in session this and the most important question before the Fiscal Court was the question of making a road thrpugh the val ley rather than let it remain as it is, on the hills between Stanton and J,v"JWVy.-'0 the people here, and general, there in no doubt that the new road is the proper thing, and there in no doult that this i the time to muke it. It does eem that when a level road is made between Clay City and Stanton that it will put Powell county in far closer touch with the outside world, and will open a gateway to us and aleo to the outside world, and will be the beginning of a good roadway through thu entire county up the valley and will put the whole county in touch with the markets, and when the roads are improved in thiH main valley-road- , the property of the county will be worth far more money. Perple cannot get into the county to see what we have, and when they do get in they 6uy we have no roads hy which they could get about. Wood roads and good schools should be the uppermest thought in every man's mind, and miruelen can be accomplished. The Fiscal Court dismissed its sittings without doing anything definite and it is hoped that they will soon meet again and make it possible for this road to be The present school board of the Stanton Graded School found, when it came into otlice that there was some kind of arrangement between the Graded School and the College, by which the two schools ware o, erated practically as one, and that the Stanton Graded School building was not being used for school purposes for the time being, and during the interim borne persons entered and took possession of the property, the board thereupo l instituted legal proceedings to oust those persons, and this suit is still pending, In the meantime, the hoard made an arrangement with the SUuton College for the present year, by which it leased of the Stanton College its buildings and jrounds for school purposes, and is now conducting the sohool there Rv J f! HhiImu P.M.H y Ken-tuckia- one-ha- 1, and the use of artificial bait i the spring will be expressly prohibited. No nets of more than inch mesh, ten leet lf long, steel balls in shooting lish is prohibited by the present law, and an amendment prohibiting the can be used. The use of uso of lead balls will be made. The practice of dynamiting streams for fish is one of the hardest problems that the comInsurance Rates Adjusted. mission has to deal with, and the t Adjustment of the dwelling new measure ill porovide that First Case Typhoid. this be made rate troubles between the State fense. A fine aof peuitentiary of. George Aines brougnt his $2o is imposed ;Katmg Board and the lire insur- by the present law for seinini:. alllicted with ance companies operating in The fine will be increased to $50 typhoid fever from Heidelberg for each offense. tucky seems at hand. to this city last week. This is the Reprsesesentatires of both firstnJaBe of typhoid in the city Votes riust be Counted. aides have held conferences and for a Jdug timejand it didu't i is roported that agreement has The Court of Appeals has afhere. Clay City is usufirmed the judgment, of the lower ally practically been reached. free from this serious disThis means that more than courts in election cases of Breath- ease, rarely ever, a ca6e developninety companies which with- itt and Estill counties. This ing in this city. drew from Kentucky December means that the votes in each A. 0. Barnes left Tuesday for 1, declaring rates fixed by the county must bo counted as cast and this will elect Judge Hugh Illinois where he will visit relaState Board were prohibitive, will return. Announcement of Kiddell. Judgo Riddell's many tives for a while and then go the terms of agreement is expect- friends in this county will rejoice from there to Miami, Texas to spend he winter. ed in a few days. at his ultimate success. v fifteen-year-old-sou Leonard Fjiity, the seventeen year-olslayer of T. D. Berry-main Clark county about one year ago, was acquitted of the charge at Winchester last week. Chas. Hollou whs found guilty of voluntary manslaughter in the killing of Lewis Brandeugurg iu Clark county last fall and sentenced to from two to twenty-ou- e years in the penitentiary. d uta School, By R n, Hall, Cl.'m'n, Atkinson, Sec. We understand that before thm contraet was entered into .Mr At kinson representing the Stanton Graded School had conference with Statu Superintendent Hamlett and procured his advice in the mat ter as to what and Imw the Stanton Graded School might operate lor the present year, and a short tiOe ago having been informed by the collector of taxes, Mr. T. V. Hall, that a few persons in the district had declined to pay their taxes, Mr. Atkinson forwarded a copy of this contract to the State Superintendent, and received the following reply : Jno. C. D Dec. 1, 15)13. Mr. Jno. D. Atkinson. Stanton, Ky. Dear Sir : I have your favor of the 25 inclosing contract in tbe matter of a lease between Stanton College and Stanton Graded School. Ihis contract seems to be (J. K. and will be filed in our office. With best wibhes I am A. T. Whitt, the efficient cashier of the Clay City Natioual Bank, is confined to his home with tonsilitis. Very truly yours, Barksdale Hamlett, Statu Supt. The Clay City National Seeks Your Business' On its record and is prepared to care for it. . j r Sale. My farm of 120. Aores at Kiiu-brel- l, Ky , including store house and stock of goods. For further particulars call on or write W. G. . The Stanton Graded School Board was convened on Saturday and proceeded as follows : "Stanton Graded School Board met pursuant to call of the chairman Dec. 0th 11)13. Present. R. O. Hall, J. S. Ewen, J. W. Will iams, 1. VV. Johnson aud Jno. V. Atkinson. Patrick, Postmaster Kirubrell, Ky. Timber Lands Wasted. want to buy a tract of from I two thousand to ten thousand acres of timber land in fee, for immediate operation. If you have aDy land to sell write me fully giving number of acres, stating whether in solid tract or uot, kind and quantity of timber per acre, on what wa ters, if any, distance from railroad Send and lowest price per acre. plat or blue print it ypu have one. Op receipt of this information if I am interested I will immediately send seme one to look at the land. JAMES S. LAK1N, 403. Capitol et. Charleston, W. Ya. On motion T. C. Hall, collect- - or of taxes for the district, is di rected to proceed to collect ail taxes due the district by Jan. 1st, 1814, and, if necessary, to pro. ceed to levy aud sell such property as is necessary to complete said collection." If in the past there has been any misunderstanding about the school management, we hope that the foregoing statement of facts will be sulhcient to justify the best thinking poople that they ought to pay these small buiiin and thuB add to the advancement, of the community's intcrosts for the good it is to the little fellows who "can't help themselves." Clay City National Bank, CLAY CITY, KENTUCKY. .Ti ,' instances, a trip like ast.eY,sing the railroads, good . Mr. Peach Martin-madwork .hus been dune. In these to Cat creek Sunday. ckses the Slate has had the aid of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Martin visJustus Goebel and Johu F. Rich, ited Mrs. Jacob Neal Sunday. 'flius due credit must be given Mr. Wayne Bowen, of Slaile, each of these gentlemen. was down calling on his best girl We regret to see 6ome of the Sunday. authorities at Frankfort lay Mr. and Mrs. Shelby Will" vis(ft)wn on the interests of the ited Mrs. D. W. Martin Saturday common people, wink at the and Sunday. lws of the State aud refuse to Mr. A. M. Lowe made a busi(U) their sworn and paid daty, to ness trip to Lexington last week uphold the laws anil Constitution in behalf of the firm, Lowe & of the State. They are doing Crowe. tbis too at the behest of certain corporations. "Are the Corporations the mas-ter- s or servants of the people" is the language of Goebel inscribed upon his statue entering the Capitol. The answer to this question is, ''They are the masters." We long to see the day when JuBtus Goebel, Owsloy Stanley and their like, will be in the saddle. There is no compromise with us, none other doctrine appeals to ue. Wo are for the people; and against the monopolies. We still favor tho recall of decisions of Judges and the Judges themselves, aud there is hardly a day that the benefits of such a law aro not more forcibly upon us. Take tho telephone rate case for instance in which it was tho opin. ion of this high tribunal that a few men organized into a board of City Council had u right to grant a privilege to u telephono company to ruiso the rates when tho franchise forbids them from no doing. This may be law, and if it is a law it is a poor one, and just such laws und opinions, as these aro what are making Socialists by the thousands. Give us the recall aud stop making Socialists. Lex-iugto- it upon themselves to test laws and enforce laws thnt others are paid to do, it seems pretty unfair, but yet such is the case. Wo aro glad to see the two ConstitutionrunnsiiEr kvkuv tudrsday. al amendments are to be tested Subscription rutes SI a year or three in the courts, though upon the individual responsibility of a years in advance $2. State Senator in the person of J. C. Burgher, 1'ublishcr. Geo. Hi Speer, of Frankfort. This is one ueglect of duty on the Entered as second-clas- s mail matter. part of Secretary of State Crece-Huwe are proud of because we December 4, 191IJ. Thursday, feel sure that had the people of this State known what was really CLUB RATES. begin considered, the amendFor the convenience of our subments would have both been lost. scribers, we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices 'TheKenttickian" is the name below mentioned : of a now paper started at JackThe Times ami Courier-Journ$1.00 son by Ryland O. Musick, a for" Cincinnati Enquirer 1.10 mer editor of the Jackson Times. " Louisville Herald 90 ThoKeutuckiau is a splendid pa" Home and Farm 75 per and has a good field to oper" Irland Farmer 75 ate in. It will be moved to " American Farmer 90 " Southern Agriculturist 75 Frankfort the first of the year. Just such a paper is needed at Governor A. E. Willsou not- Frankfort. We do hope to see withstanding, the precedingState the Kentnckian shed some light Republican administration did on some of the rottenius now far more to curb tiie raid of the existing aiiioni: some of the gang trusts than the present Demo- at the State Capitol. cratic administration has done or SPOUT SPRING. acetns disposed to do. Because the administration is wilfully Our school will close the 19th ami knowingly allowing certain with an entertainment. corporations to trample the Mansnn Curtis is moving to the and statutes underfoot, i no reason that the Democratic Geo. Ware farm near this place. party is a corporation party. We Most all farmers in this vicini merely calling attention to ty have butchered hogs this week. tbis fact that the Democrats may Dr. H. M. Wmburn has sold g?' their eyes open and put men his place here to C. H. Sams, of at Frankfort in the future who Sams, Ky. ifcill truly repri'senr. the policy of the Democratic party, and put Rosslyn. these sound doctrines into pracMr. Isaac Lowe made a trip tical execution. to Stanton Saturday In some however, THE TIMES. Mr. and Mrs? Geo. I'. Burke went, to Wnichestor 'Monday to attend tho wedding of their niece. There will bo nn entertainiiient. on the 18th inst. at the Methon dist chuHi, given by tho school. Every one is invitRos-aly- SPHtiTA ed to come. Jf b NOTICE. visited each Magisterial District in the Cunty according to law and after haying done tin-- , all who have not paid their taxes are required to come to my office and settle on or before. the first da if December After that date peninterest will be alty nfG) and 0 added, and we wilhit mee prm-feto collect these tuxes an the law directs by levying, garmsheeii'g and nail, Sheriff. etc T. T have SAL ON Ladies' al and Children's CLOAKS, ' Did Toa Ever Derate an Entire Day to Dixsiag Post Holes? PROBABLY YOU HAVE AND MORE THAN THAT. In looking baok over our day's work we like to feel that we hare accomplished. something, be it the digging of post holes or the useful exertion of our energy 1b some other direction. Your day's " show- Ladies' and Children's Con-atituti- ing" lies not in' the amount of work, but in the amount of holes. Shoes, AW it i Suits and Skirts. Also have Some Good Values in ! se BLUE GRASS POST milium HOLE With the Blue Grass you can with the same amount of labor accomplish far greater results dig moro holes because it has tho stifFest blade and cuts the deepest hole with the least expansion of handles and least exertion. Tho handles are Hickory, the frame malleable iron, the blades OCTAGON shaped FORGED steel The Blue Grass has so many good points over any other Post Hole Digger, that we'd really want you to try it There's always a little plot of ground around our premises available for the purpo. VM. ADAMS & SON, - XENA, KY. Dress Goods, Trimmings, &c. and a Good Line of Underwear FOR MEN, WOMEN and LITTLE FOLKS. t Prepare for the Cold Weather By Com!ng to We invite your inspection and don't forget our Nice Line of Groceries and Heating SHIMFESSEL'S We Everything cither. Stoves. and buying what comfortable clothing you need. to keep you' warm, and not drain your pocketbook n Suits for Men and Bosr CLOAKS and SUITS for can Clothe You, Shoe You, Feed You and Warm You as Cheaply as Anyone. Women and Girls. They are made to fit and to be Stylish too. Our full fit Very Truly, Mrs, J. W. .v 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 goods serviceable for at twenty-fiv- e prices WIipii : .. i private citizens and i .. i the paft years. Williams. uts have to take rHHHbltlMES. HOME-MAD- E PAPER. 1 'tuEVlTIEsT Judge Mann esturdiiy. a, Mrs. James Campbell Can. rill, wife of Representative Cantrill, died at her home in Georgetown this week. The bridge across K. U. Company's mill race on 7th avenue, which was washed away March 'J(ltl) is being put in again. antee it or money refunded. At all Druggists or by mail fiOc. Pfciffer Chemical Co. Philadelphia 4 n Ol. LiOUlS. T l 1UV. A .1.. USE HOPE was in llosslyu LU.uurnn reports tne nirtn oi giri'"t,o Mr. and Enuis Patton SunUay. Only two weeks till Christmas. Do your shopping early is still i if order. Judge Loving is in Cincinnati on business for the Day Lumber & Coal Co. 9 The football season has closed withiouly fourteen murdered and 175 injured. 0.-- W. Mrs. Groves, of Cincin- nati, is here for several weeks visit to relatives. The Ladies' Aid of the Methodist, church will meet at Mrs. J. B. Eaton's Wednesday, the 17th. Mrs. Sarah A. Rogers, of Gos-por- t, Ind., is visiting her son, Bayard C. Rogers, near this city. The ladies of the Christian church will give a bazaar at the Central Hotel sample room Saturday. Croup and Cough Remedy. Croup is a terrible disease, it attacks children so suddenly they are very apt to choke unless given the There is proper remedy' at once. iinthing better in the world than Dr. King's New Discover) . Lewis Clmmberlain, of Manchester, Ohio, writes about his children : "Sometimes in cevere attacks we were they would die, but since we proved what a certain remedy Dr. King's New Discovery isj we have no fear. We tely on it fir croup, coughs and colds," So can you. oOo. and SI. 00. A bottle should be in every home. At all drugui6t. H. E. Buoklen fc Co. Phila. St Louis. Adv. Tho Standard Spoke Company will start up their plant. Jan. 1st. This plant has been lying idle for some time; and its starting will bo of material benefit Tho negro Councilman elected to the business of the town. at Winchester in November chose not. to serve, but sent, in his resig- , Tho Methodist ladies will give another of their successful oysnation the first meeting night. ter suppers nt the church, SaturConstipation Poison You. day, tho 27th. Come every body If you are constipated, your en- a get a fine oyster stew, 15c or tire system is poisoned by the fried oysters and coffee, 25c. Also ice cream and cake, 15c. va6te matter kept in the body results often follow. Use Dr. The Irvine Sun, emitting from King's New Life Pills and you will tho cloud of dumbfounding elecsoon get rid of constipation, head tion returns in Estill county, beache and other troubles. 25c. at gan shining again last week. The Druggists or oy mail. II. E. Buokpressure to revive the paper was len Co. Phila. & St.. Louis. Adv. too great for Editor Walker to We have had some very cold withstand, so he begins newspaweather this week, ideal hog per life anew with brighter proskilling weather, and many farm- pects than ever for success. ers huve taken advantage of the Stomach Troubles Disappear. season. Stomach, liver and kidnev troublPlans are under w.iy to build a es', weak nerves, lame back and femodern hotel in Mt. Sterling to male ills disappear when Electric rival that, of any hotel in any Bitters are used. Thousands of city near the size of Mt. Sterling. women would not he without a botJudge H. Clay McKee is to fin- tle in their home. Eliza Poo', of ance the project. Depew, Okla. writes: "Electric Hitters raised me from a bed of There will be Christmas entersickness and suffering and has done tainment at the Methodist church mo a world of good. I wish every during the holidays. Knowing suffering woman could use this exthe ladies at the head of the en- cellent, remedy and Gnd out, as I tertainment as we do, we do not did, just how good it is" As it hesitate to assure our readers has helped thousands of others, it that it will be a decided success. surely will do the same for you. Every bottle guaranteed, 50c and Dr. Hobson's Ointment Heals Itchy H. E. SI 00. At all druggists. Eczema. Bucklen & Co. Philadelphia or St. The constantly itching, burning Louis. Aiv sensation and other disagreeable It's the Cutting Edge. forms of eczema, tetter, salt rheum and skin eruptions promptly cured Tour scythe may have the proper "set", may by Dr. Hobson's Eczema Ointment. "ring" true, have back Geo. W. Kitch, of Mendota, III. of ample strength and stilt he. wanting la tho nays: "I purchased a box of Dr. cntnngedge. Hobson's Eczema Ointment. Have Often, soythes that are perfect have had Eczema ever since the civil one or more soft spots along war, have been treated by many the edge are not uniformly tempered have a hidden flaw. doctors, none have given the beneBut the one defect means the fit that one box of Dr. Hobson's difference between a good and a poor scythe. Eczeme Ointment has." Every BLUE GRASS SCYTITES sufferer should try it. We're so are a perfect product of the scythe maker's skill. Perfect positive it will help you we guar- in $ MILLS FLOUR AN UNEXPECTED GUEST for luncheon or dinner will enjoy the delightful trial of bread that is made from the Pearl flour. Tlio loaves made from this high grade flour are fine, light, white and of tempting flavor and a satisfying lucheon can be made on the excellent bread (with sweet butter) that is made from the Pearl flour. home-made Made by J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, Ky. When in Need of Builder's Hardware, Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles, Cooking or Heating Go to or Write Stoves, Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main 'and Broadway, Winchester, - Ky. other-wise- HARDWICR and COMPANY. from point to heel from cutting edge to baok. The steel usedisof aneztra special high Come to Our Store And let us show you what a nice line of goods we carry. grade. Blade is oil unlsh with polished edge and baok. Sharpened ready for use. We have every conn dence in the quality of Blue Grass Soythes. That's why we can aflord to guarantee tham. a Fall and Winter: GOODS. Our Fall and Winter JoodB are now in. We WHiit you to see them, and compare quality and prices to that f o'her dealers. It is to your interest to do this, for vou should learn where you can get the most foi your monev or proof both duce, and where you can find the best We ask you who do not alstyles. the new and staple ready know to give us a chance to prove that we can save you money. To you who deal with us and know we want to say we feel that are in even better position to satisfy your wants and 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, Sohaffner & Marx and "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, umbrollas, hand bags, lace curtains, trunks, Buit cases, rugs, and etc., and etc. In fact see us for anything you need. We handle The Bain wagons and get them by tho car load, and will give you tho benefit of the differ-enc- e in price. If iu need of one, ask some one about them who knows them and get our prices and we will surely make the sule. ready-to-wear WJH. AOAMS & SON, - XENA, KY. Our stock of Dry Goods, Notionr, Groceries, Hardware, Clothing, Shoes and etc. is replete with TREES! Fruit and Shade, Shrubs, drape Vines, Peonies, Phlox, Rhubarb, Roses, etc., etc. everything (or ORCHARD, NO AGENTS Variety, Style and Quality. THIS COMBINED WITH OUR LAWN and QARUEN. FREE CATAL.0Q5 WHAT WE SELL. -- Q ROWERS OF 1841 i Make low wo know it to your interest to give us a good share of rrices be-cau- - 1913 H. F. Hillenmeyer& Sons, Lexington, Ky. your trade. We st&lve to please our customers satisfied customers areourbest assets. CAPITAL STOCK, 8100.000 BUKl'LUS AND UN DIVIDED PROFITS. 200.000 TUlfl R j Yours to please, LDRON & JOHNSON, Winchester Bank, Ky. orJWiMowiTBa, PKE81 'A tj NiHOUT WlTBKRaeOQM, tj W. II. 81'UAll, a Oauuiuk. y 3 E E YOUR .ACCOUNTS SOtilOITHD V M CM Ai CM SM'tM EA1 CM CJ CJ 3 W Hardwick & Co., Stanton. A Story A Day. that is part of whnt you get fly subscribing 82.00 foi The Y.ut's The Companion's new volume. h(tytwo weekly issues of The Companion will contain nt least 305 Rtories, and all the other kinds of good rending that cun be crowded between two covers the best advice on athletics for boys, articles oo dr88 and recreations for girls, contributions by famous men und women, suggestions for the cure of the health, etc. For the year's subscription of $8.00 there is included a copy of The Companion Practical Home Calendar for 1914, and all the for the remaining weeks of this year, dating from the time the subscription is received. If you want to know more about The Companion before subscribing, eded for sample copies containing the opening chapters of Arthur Stanwood Pier's fine serin1 of life in a boys' school "His Fathers's Son." With them we will send the full announcement for 1914. The Youth's Companion, 144 Berkeley A 1914 storr a day for 365 dnvs of medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional disease, requires n constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon tho blood and mucous surfaces of the system, thereby destroying the foundation of the disease, and g;ving tho patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in The proprietors doing its work. BOOKKEEPING have so much faith in its curative Business. Phonography TYPEWRITING and powers that they offer One HunTELEGRAPHY dred Dollars for any case that it WILBUR R. SMITH BUSINESS COLLEGE. IncorponM tti Scatsscf to Cmnfrtiil CoMy olIr.UnlTtntt) fails to cure. Send for Ikt of tesIts President Iiiu rear of axporlcnce In mercantile olo33 roare timonials. wl bankiki' m 1fniiifpncoMi, cdncMInK lo.ooo Address: ISy"Kntornow. rnnua (Duo AildrcMVlA it kt.n.'Ji'1'll, V.axlncton.Ur. F. J. Cheney A Co , Toledo, 0 Sold by Druggists, 75c. ' Take Hall's Family Pills for Adv. n. r be TLmmmmmWS&l Serious matter to atk and haver' the Fo this you. In buying to to get me Kcrigjr I'ftHMIcJA OCttftU Farm Drain Tile Make Your Wet Land, Productive. By the use of drain tile you can BLACK MrAUGfl The reputation oi trSsVelaiiW ble medicine, for con::ipdbTeTjrj- digestion and tiver troubltvte firmly established. It docs not Imitate other medicines. It is better than others, or it would not be the favorite liver powder, with a larger sale than nil others combined. SOLD EJ TOWN F2 4 Ibig 4. XMAS SALE. turn that low, wet, useless, swam- py field into the most productive spot on your farm. Good tile, t Here are a few prices: 800 yards Old Hickory Cotton, per yd., 8ic 500 " Simson Calico, 5c Ginghams. )2ic value, " 300 9c 30 Brown Serge, 75c 50 c Mens Woolen Shirts, $1.25 90 c Caps. each, 50 c $1.00 Boys 50c 20 c 2 bolts Window Curtins, per yd., 9 c Raisins, seedless, 3 pkgs., properly placed, not only carries off surplus water, it admits uir to the soil and makes it easy to work. It improves any soil. The increuce in the value of the land is many times the cost of the tilo. The first year's crop from tiled land pays for it. Any body can do' the work successfully. Write for particulars or cp II at our plant. WW' A Training In n All Red River Brick & Tile Company, STANTON KENTUCKY OVER 06 YEARS EXPERIENCE T. School for Tcachcrr tntrnirHUtaic mrt ValU H(tfKUt. Bchoolf nf NMU ( Tu ft r . Otiirwi t j I 25 c I Fourth Tfrm April T, BuwnKr Mr,i 4 St., Boston, Mass received at New nubscriptinns this oflice. Cried Peaches, large ones, Beit Granulated Sugar, per lb., " Zic 51c mr You get your weight here at these prices. inADE MARKS Genet. (LAST WEEK.) John Ballard has bcught land of E. E. Meadows and will move there. Tom AlcOoy, of Xena, has rent cd one of Randall Hank's furms on South Fork. Mrs. We have an up-to-da- te Stor,e now, a . .1 it will I pay juu uig a call. lu uoina aaa give us We welcome all Anyone tending a sketch and mar qnloklr ascertain our opinion free wbotlier an hiTonunn le probably peientabln. Cnnimnntca. tloneslrlcUrconOdeiitlal. HANDBOOK on Pattnta lent free. Oldest agency for eecurlnff patent. I'ulenu taken through Munn A Co. recelT rptetol notice, without charge. In the Copyrights 4 a deecrlpllnn DESIGNS promptly obtained litoreil. .sna r rRKXRCPORTon TRADS-MAR- . rexts. . for pracU rsc. H ( Scientific American. A handaomelf lUnatrated weekly. culation of any iclentiue journal. Tennt. $3 a jenr: four months, L Sold brail newedeaura. Tjinreet. cir- J. H. Mullens, of Lom- to our place of .business. MUNN Branch OIDce. CS F SUWaihlagton. York iCo.36B"New DuC P4f:;gQ. I I R "l 8NOW TO 0 patent law and' V it!tIoi I H bard, was visiting friends und relatives here last week. Dock Spencer, the noted ''boss jockey" has been "tradin' 'gin" If Dock can't tell you all you want to know about a "hoss" we advise you to look at Sec. o, par agraph 8 of Doctor Toodle's En- oycloptedia. Lowe & Crowe, Merchants, Rosslyn THINK OF IT t. 'WATCH IT RUB IN" I Hero's n liniment that relieve all aches, or you net buck jour money. isHua-'niitpe- Gentle reader, are you a subscriber to the Clay City Times? If nut, then hasten to the postof-le- e and send your name and address, together with a map of the mint to J'. E. Btirdier, Editor and proprietor of sanl paper. Cousin John is ready, willinir, and waiting to help us null Pow ell county out of the rut, where she has been anchored ever since a county was made out of the present territory. $ioo Reward, $ioo. Walk I- nis on m 'm Headache, fleuralfiia. .Backache, Rheunvatifam, eore Feet, Corns and other pains quickly yield to the soothing influence of tiiis wonderful remedy. Gentlemen and Ladies. Our Fall and Winter Stock for sale. jfsk for Your time. oney Sack if it fails to relieve any a he in any part of your body in iifteen minute the shelves, ready 50c at druggists, or by mall, postpaid. We guarantee to save you money on your Fall and Winter purchases. The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the Come in, let us show you willing at any time. Bourbon Remedy Co., . i KP)RAtcu.BAcmcHe W yf our line. Let us We are ready and sell you LBXIMITON, KY. 1 irti aj. f tum qmj your Chriflmas flour. We handle al moil any grade. Also Perfection, the beft that's made is for sale put up the Winchester Roller Mills, place at any time. at our COULD SCARCELY We cordiatly ask you to buy Per- fection, far the best, and the sells. cheapest for the price WALK ABOUT Aflfl Perfection Flour, per bbl. in wood, White Pearl Magnole cotton, $6.75 6.40 6.00 For Three Summers Mrs. Vin- tke tamp Oil ihat u aaves Jbyes Vnthlnir In mnra lmtvH.tii l.. it. home than fhmr.KtPBilv Ifuht Tilum thle- by Bttijiii; 1'ic oil that liurm clear aif clma without a flicker down to tho la ,t drnu. Punnsrlyuiu cnuteoll rollui'd to perfection. Ort no nimo ihin the Inferior t?,2.1S,T?Ron WOK K avei WM. ADAMS Xena, Ky. k SON, Voor dealer ha flOLITK OIL In barrel, direct from our U'tirka. eyn, Tii MO.NKV-i- ve Cfias. C. Stoll Oil Co. Lexington, Ky. 11811at Worreii, WorU ItbrateJ Auto Oil. MM IfffA Pa. "NoCarb't kV HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES Wool on Commlnloru Write lot price. Hit mentlonlad this ad. AND HIDES SSSSSSS. JOHN WHITE S CO. After, I began taking Cardui, I was greatly helped, and all three bottles relieved me entirely. I fattened up, and grew so much Pleasant Hill, N. C.- -"l suffered for stronger in three months, 1 felt like anthree summers," writes Mrs. Walter other person altogether." Vincent, of this town, "and the third and Cardui is purely vegetable and ttntl y, last time, was my worst. n MA4t.M I i ailing, iia HiKicuicnis nave a I had dreadful nervous headaches and 4UA ifi mtt.l AH prostration, and was scarcely able to walk about. Could not do any of my Improves the appetite, tones up the housework. vous system, and helps to make I also had dreadful pains In my back sallow cheeks, fresh and rosy. and sides and when one of those weak, Cardui has helped more than a million sinking spells would come on me, I weak women, during thpittW years. would, have to give up and He down, It will surely do for you. wTt It his until it wore off. done for them. Try Cardui today. I was certainly In a dreadful state of Writ to: fc, health, when I finally decided to try Vltry DDt..Outtawoca Mrdlcin itv ('JKitt.iiuu':!. Tvnn.. ttruttithU on iitur t aw and t4.iuir t Crdul. the woman's tonic, and I firmly Irtutmcnt fur Wuiwu," md! la pUia cent Was Usable to Attend to Aay of Her Housework. believe 1 would have died if taken it. I hadn't 1