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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): January 15, 1914 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1914 cla1914011501_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.): January 15, 1914 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1914 $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. 0 THE CLA Y I CITY TIMES. $100 a Year in Advance. We art ierc to help Clay ChgtaeSnrrooDJing Coontry as! Ourselves. .1. E. Hurghcr, I'ublisher. YQL. XIX. An Unpleasant Job. v CLAY CITY, KYlFTnURSDAY. Give Us Some Needed Lenslatlon, The Times is very arixious to L. & A.Vomlng to Time JANUARY J5, J9M. Will not Seek Governorship. NO. 8 Too Many Knockers. , t:. V, The now Fiscal court will have something of aii unpleasant job (in its hands when it first con venesrthat, of deciding which is the better'place to put the bridge between this city and Stanton, whether on the proposed new road pr at the old Hainmons ford. Wo learn that thn advo cates of the new road are now proposing' to abandon the new road if the opponents of the new road will cut down the lulls on the old road to a 5$ grade as the law requires, and give the right of way where' a change niay be necessary, and if the county will build a bridge across Beach Fork oreek on the old road and at Hjmmons' ford. Or, for the difference in the cost of the bridges at Hammons' ford" and on the new road, they will pay all dam aces on the new mad and build the same clear through. It is hoped that this road case can soon be adjusted, and satis factory to all. Both the applicants for .the new road and the opposition are tine men and ideal citizens, and it is to be regretted that these differences should oc car. The public in the mean time, vhilo friends to all con corned, Tire demanding, "give us the best road for the Jeast mon ey'and the Times'befiejes the new Court will do. this,,, ;J : Amendments Knocked: Oat see the State get out of tlebt, nud this cau bo easily done by the Legislature and the proper assess ing agencies doing their duty by taxing whiskey and the big cor porations according to their cash Values and earning powers, like farm lands are taxed. But what about a few laws dur ing this session of the Legisla ture for the people? Why not pass a 2 cent railroad fare? Oth er States have such a law, then why not' Kentuckians ndo on trains as cheaply as other people? is it worth more to carry Ken tiicky passengers? Or are they better able to pay the high fare than people of other States? Gentlemen of the Legislature, throw away your railroad passes towns, . Ihis'should be a great V. A and see if you yourselves will not saying to tue neonle of this .'(Cg! rate. Help place. appreciate a Not only, iuHlns case but in ev- your humble and less favored . . .... wr brothers at home who must pay ery otner instance the limes is full three cents per mile while ready to ffght the battle ot the you, yourselves, or at, least apart people, ande. have never asked for a cent payt any favors or of of you, ride on passes. fice. All .weTwant is every citi Farm Boys' Advantage. zen o'f the conntv to take the na- "Stick to the farm," was the per at halfhe price what any admonition given to 1,200 boy other publisher would ask for it. and girl corn growers fifoni Ohi8 Cora dettlne Cheaper. by Speaker Champ Clark of the Com whichlstarted oil" at $4.00 of. Representatives at a House reception tendered the young per barrel hua never advanced in experts by the Ohio Congress- this section, whie in the cities it V . has goue down considerably. The ional delegatjon. Clark declared that decline is; Imcasibned by the .Sneaker f - The Times as our readers know, is "always for Clay City, Powell county and Kentucky, and that .is tjie reason wo have had causo tbiknoek against the L. & N. Railroad. As previous ly mentionedin these columns it has been possible to purchase family tickeur.at Winchester be tween thatjpity and any other points at thejra'to of 2 cents per mile, whiloa Clay City it could not do uone.ygiiie Junes tooK ex captions tjjljfc discrimiim ion a gjunst Wvity, a mountain Winchester, a town, in fatfor-oBluegrass town. Our hammer ing at tho railroad company, has had its eirect.Mind family tickets can now b bought here at 2 cents per mile., the same as other Judge Benton has declined to mnko the race fdr Governor, but, in an mtervitw, says lie. may make the race a'gain for Circuit Judge to succeedjhimself. While we are interested in having a wo are also in terested in having a good Circuit Judge, and Judco Benton has proven himself to bo such. Still we aro not selfish and had de cided to give him up to servo the whole otate, believing that, our judicial district could more easi ly find another fit 'man for Cir cuit Judge than tho rest of the State could propably find a fit man for Governor, unless Justus Goebel could be induced to enter the ring. Not that there are not plenty of fit men in the State, but most of the ones speken of do not occur to us as being tho best fitted for the place. Introduces BUI "There are too many peoplo who are knnckingon Kentucky instead of talking for her. The great Western life is progress and unity; all who have been in the sphere of the Western spirit have felt its thrill and enjoyed the experience. Every citizen in the West is an informed and fearless booster of his country. His own community, city, county and State are always the best on the round world. No man can remain in the West and be a knocker without being branded by public sentiment as an undesirable citizen. Tho idle knocker is a parasite and a burden to any community. He interferes with progress and does nothing to improve life. He is usually against every movement inaugurated in tho interest of kho people and every man who takes aii aggressive interest in the movement. He has no ideas or plans' of his own that will develop the community. He simplv complains, growls, and knocks. He occupies a chair in tho community's household and, while he sits-itrout of li is hearthstone, warms his feet, eats its roasted' .apples, and enjoys its fellowship and hospitality, he criticizes und makes no contributions to the moral, intellectual, physical, and industrial lite of his State. Kentucky is a land of optimism and onuortunitv. unfit for dead men and knockers and suitable only for live men and boosters. We shold develop an aggressive State loyalty, a human atmosphere that will be a fire under the feet V of every chronic kicker. should build a guillotione out of public sentiment to be used on the neck of every reactionary and grouch. All of us like to live where the people have faith in their State, are talking for it, and are living busy, happy, lives. Keentucky in vites constructive criticism and work but it has 110 place for critcism and idleness." A Greater Kentucky. ic good Governer, . 4 Against Passes. Representative Phelps, of Rus sell county, has introduced a bill that no public official shall use a pa.ss and provides a fiue of $100 for any official violating, and orrvides a fiue of from $500 to $2,000 for any railroad issuing such pass. This is u good law and we hope to see it amended so as to include newspaper men, and then pass and become a law. Oets Justice Instead of a Job. Judge John W. Hughes, Rev- tenue . Collector for the Eighth a n to appoint Sewell B Williams Death ot firs. N. R. Swope. Mrs. N. R.Swbpe died "ut her uid had made it known, when home at LaMonte, Mo. January he was told that Williams had 6 18 of typhoid fever. Mrs. Swope voted for James P. Adams, Re is a daughter of Mr. Weeden Ew-e- n publican, against Judge Hugh D. formerly of Stantcfu. She is Riddell, Democrtt, for Circuit The court did not paW Qnltne last. Thursday night at his home, a sister to Mrs. A. M. Burgher of Judge of the Breathitt, Wolfe, convict, labor amendtmVnt',but Glen Lily, in Hart county. He this city. Mrs. Burgher has gone Lee and Estill District. Judge was born in 1823 on the farm same circumstances ' mat me qonsiuuuonai amenu-meri- t for men and that legislators who requiring the classification ainbunte'd to anything in the of property for purposes of tax- cduntrv were either born or ation which was adopted 6y! the brought upnn rural districts. people at the last general elec,,M Governor Buckncr Dead. tion is invalfd because 'the Bee Gen. Simon Bolivar Buckper, retary of State failed to ad'ver-tislast surviving Lieutenant Gener it within the period as pro. vided by the Constitution itself. al of the Confederate, army, died since the govern, it is believed the spon gors of that issute wjlf acceptthe decision in the first case as bind- ing. . ' ' - bTifjtitilftfeftfTuhSbuthmTntjH fsira-Dirvlilefloiican crop whijv mature in April, up the appointment of a deputy and that thereHs now no duty on to succeed J. L. McCoy at Jack corn. son. Judg Hughes had demed . 1 'A Representative Hero . E. D, Stone has the honor of bein;.the.ij!ne Representative in the Gejjeral Assembly who has cbnrage len6ligh to brave the railroads and their allies and introduce a bill limiting the charge by vpJftlhj carriers to two cents a iniie.for adults and one cent a mile'for children under twolve years. Everybody knows this law should pass. Other states haye-suca law, then whv nwt Kentucky? Starts off .Rlrht. The Board of town trustees last week by electing Judge Luther Loving Chairman VP Williams Secretary. uii( J. The Board from its action at the first meeting leads us to believe that they will "live within, their means,' and not ruu the'city in-debt.' This is what we need. A town council should loam to properly fifty no. No is a very siniUl'word, but yet it is n very important 'on$ .to bring iijto tise. t, where he died, and during his lone and distinguished career he was art American soldier in Mex ico, an oiheer in tpe uonieaerare army, and Governor of his native State. Respects Law of Nation If not of State Milton II. Smith, president of the L. & N. railroad, resigned Tuesdny as a director of the Na tional Bank of Commerce in obedience to the sentiment against interlocking directorates. there to attend the funeral. Hughes promptly held up the For Our Women Readers. ap- Finds Prosperity Everywhere. pointment. The Times has a combination that should appeal to every lady reador. Wo will send both To day's and McCall's magazine to gether with two patterns tree and the Ohio Farmer weekly and the Times all for $1 25. If you or any one of your family are al ready a subscriber to the Times, just send us 75 cents in money order or stamps and we win send both magazines and the weekly farm paper one year. 1 on se lect the patterns from the magazines after you receive them. Sind today as this ofi'er will soon be withdrawn, it is made only ns a subscription getter lor the firs' of the.vear. Keep Posted. s A representative of R. G. Dunn & C.i. Coimncrcial Agents, was here yesterday. He 6ays the country wherever ho travels is unquestionably' in the best con dition ever, notwithstanding the Wilson administration. Big Sale the 19th. Mrs. Williams is having a pre inventory saleand also a big 10 and 25 cen s sale. In these sales R. O. Ford, a banker of Mid you will find some unusual bardlesboro, was recommended to. gains that t you should not tjie Attorney General by Senator pass by. Olli'o James'Tuesday for United Sheriff T. C. Hall is advertis- States Marshal of the fcaster.n ing the land or a number of de- - no .More. Weekly Courier-JournThe old Weekly Courier-Jou- r nal died with the old year, being succeeded by the Farm and Fam ily. Since the beginning of the has Times, the Courier-Journa- l 'ieen the favorite with all who al Kentucky district. On the first hill day in this session of the. Kentucky Legisla ture ninfitviTine bills were intro duced in tlie House and nineteen in the Senate. , iluquent tax payers in this issue. The sale will take plueo at Stan ton, Monday, 'lypbrunry 2nd. Elder W, V& Let us make' 1014 a record .breaker on the side of communi ty progress. , v Just before 'Christinas the days men. Timber for Sale, About 250 acres of white oaki ' after Christmas the Shbtes for Sale. 10 nice cattle shotes. Weight black oak, pine, popjar, hickory .' ". lytln and etc. about 70;pounds. .. . , Jordon'Barnot.t, 'A.J. BaVhett.. Spout Spring, Ky. , f Keep posted on what the Legis held several nights services at the lature is doing by sending 50 Christian church prior to Sunday to this office for tho Daily Stale When services jv'ere held by pas- Journal from now till April 1st. The State Journal is thn only daily tor, 1). il. Matherly. (Viper published ut the Capital, but r a prin- The Methobift aid society will Wis hummer and sound in fpe. meet at the home Of Mrs. O'Rear Kyety Kuntuukiau should read Vj'ednesdiiy, January 21. The Times and the Kentu'ikiun. ?Kldeau flour $2,00 per hundred :,ie Wuckian both one year for jiuunds, '(Joti for 25 lb. sanks, oniy $1, the nriu of tlie granulated sugar,, 20 lbs. tor fl,.1 jan aiulK.; ' or fi.io per uumireu pounus, roa3ped cMille lBc,per pound. itaiiwad Commissioner, it. u. Hanlwicjit Company, J nrrott, was hero froiii Wjuuhes- 7 J;te"r Yestenlay. v A "Stanton". Stridden rake advantage of our club rates. And we liuvo sent them hundreds of subscribers. The paper will bo greatly missed in the homes of many thousands of people in this State alone, and it seems to us that its suspension has been a great loss to the people and a serious mistake by the Courier-Journa- l Company. The report of the State Boar of Health, as submitted to Gov. MeCreary, shows that during th thirty-thre- e months the vital statistics law has been in operation Sl),778 deaths luivo occurred in the. State, WkKOIl of whic'i were preventable. Miss Ruth Eaton visited relatives and friends ut Winchester the first of the week. 1 I ? i There are several Salvation Army adherents "preaching in Uluy City this week. '" it' fc ' THE TIMES. rUHI.ISHKP KVKKV THURSDAY. .Subscription rates 81 ;t j ear'-oyears in ntlviincu 82. three J. E. Kntered as IJiirgher, second-clas- Publisher. mall mntter. 15, 1914. s Thursday, Junuury CLUB RATES. For the convenience of our we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned : The Times and " Cincinnati Enquirer $1.10 1 00 Louisville Herald Home and Farm 80 " Inland Farmer 80 " Southern Agriculturist 80 sf Will Pay Big Dividends. A recent speech of Vice-Preside- Marshall in which he set forth the desirability of promoting peace between business and ,the. Gevernment instead of con ilict. and friction, has been heart ilv approved by the business "world, and business men of all sections. Under Presidents Taft and Roosevelt, the Government launched wholesale law suits business enterprises all ver the country. In many in stances the business interests were unable to understand what the real aim and policy of the Government was and what benefits to the people, if any, were sought to be accomplished. President Wilson has made his policy clear and it is this; that one group of men shall not control a certain business, and by interlocking directorates control several others. He has given the husiness world to understand what they may, and what they inay not do, and there is uow a 'very clear and definite understanding between the Government and the big business interests. A few weeks ago President Wilson made the following significant statement. "I gam the impression more and more from week to week that the business men of the "ounf ry are sincerely desirous of conforming with the law, and it is very gratifying indeed to have occasion, as iu this instance, to deal with them iu complete frankness and to be able to show that all we desire is an opportunity to with them. So long as we are dealt with in this spirit we can help to build up the business of the country upon sound and permanent lines." As a result of this understands ing the Morgan group of which is the dominating financial power of the country has withdrawn from active participation in about thirty of the great corporations and railroads of the country. This wise and policy is now rapidly improving business in all sections of the country and iusteud of having unending legal battle between the government and business interests, for which the public has been footing the bill, we Are now entering upon an era of business, peace and prosperity, and uuder the beneficial operation of the iicw currency Bill the small husiness man will have greater opportunity than he has ever enjoyed before. Wo' now have statesmanship in the White llouso instead of Demogogy, and it is going to pay big divdeuds'-to- ' the public. finan-leerstat.se-inan-lik- In, our judgment the newspapers of Kentucky are omitting n duty they owe to their constituency. Of course, 'tis true enough they are very poorly paid for the excellent services they are now rendering, but one thing all papers do do too much, and that is to cover up or not expose any wrong doing of the paper's friends in otllce or in business. ' Too many cater to the wants of their patrons for profit, and thereby fail to enlighten the public on some vital subjects. We of the press cannot a (lord to sacrifice a policy for business or profit. We uAist speak out. And that is just what the Times intends to do. If our Democratic friends make an honest mistake, good and well, but when they wilfully neglect a duty, or commit a fraud for gain, chbIi, votes, or influence, we will expose them for the good of the purty, as well as for the good of the public. The Demo cratic party has lost two votes on account of neglectiim to perform a duty to where it has lost one on account of the inducements held out- by the opposing party ,to do f tions and flriaqcially able to carry rrt t i i ta ui'iiaiiuiip tvnlii It lit a iimuu ifj hid firm. Walding, Kinnnn it Marvin, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. Hall's Otarrh Cure is ttken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Testimonials sent free. Price 75c per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. Take Hall's Family Pills for fttit. nntf wuv iiiij 1 n. The Clay City National Wants the business of all who value Courtesy, Safety and Adv. Commissioner's Sale. Powell Circuit Court. 31. Good Methods. , r G. W. Lyle .nnd heirs. Ac,, Defendants. Notice In Epuity. My vlrtuo'of a" judgment and order of onlc of the Powell Circuit Court, rendered nt the June- - term, 1011, thereof in the above cause, the undersigned will on the 2nd dny of Feb.i 1014, nt 1 o'clock p.m., or thereabout, (being Court'Dav.) I will n Gom'r , proceed to offer for snlo at Public Auction to theJ iiignest Didder, on a credit oi eix twelve nnd eighteen months, at the Court House door,. Stanton, Ky., the It. Lyle, Admr., Ac, versus Plaintiffs?' - $25,000.00 6.000.00 ShareholdW Liability, 25,000.00 Capital, Surplus, - ' Clay A City Quarter National of a Century in Clay City. Bank, CLAY CITY, KENTUCKY. property mentioned to-w- it: In , the judgment, vidual members are not sent back any more. Let us purify our own party, and bring correct legislation through the medium of the Democratic party, and to do this we must advertise the mistakes of individual members and give all persons-- elected to oflice to understand that we will not stand to be sold out further. When we do this we will attract honest men to our party, but to cover up the sins of our party, only further encourages it to go astray. - A. tract of'land on Hnnlvfick's creek and known ns the Geo. W. Lylot Sr., home farm nnd adjoining the lands of I. T. Sams Heirs', Bud 'Rush, D. R. Daniel, Jeff Wright nnd 0.0, Daniel, Jr., nnd containing about 220 acres, or letter. , We trust the present Legisla sufficient thereof to produce $ so ordered to be.made. ture will legislate for the benefit Tho purchaser will he required to of the people, and not for a few give bond, with approved security, for purchase henchmen fo get fut jobs Let the payment of the effect of nmoney, to Replevin have the, force and go to work for a Bond, bearing legal interest from the the luingcrs-oliving as we have to do There day of sale, according to law. Bidders will be prepared to comply is plenty for 'them to do. Then with these terms. A lien will be reit this Legislature fails to Jo its tained on tho property sold till all the duty, the papers of the State purphnse money is'paid. t should unanimously condemn it Bond payablo to 'Commissioner. ltOSIULUS JACKSON, and point uut who is tit fault, Master Commissioner Powell G. O. and see that the negligent indi- Prepare' for the Cold Weather By Con""g to SHIMFESSEL'S and buying what comfortable to Keep . I clothing you need. . I Everything .1 you warm, ana 1 nor. arain your pocnemooK I I. eimer. M 0 I Commissioner's Sale. Powell Circuit Court. Consolidated Onsualty Co., Plaintiff, versus Defendant. Wm.D. Crowe, &o., . , .Notion of.Sale In ukd.ty. By virtue of n jilfiltnent and order of salo of the Powell "Circuit Court, rendered at tho Nov. Term, 1013, thereof in the above cause, tho undersigned will on the2nddayof Feb., 1914, nt 1 o'clock p. m...or thereabout, (being CourtDny.) I will nsCom'r., proceed to offer for Sale at P.ublic'Auctlon to the highest bidder, on a credit of six nnd twelve months, nt the Court House door,. .Stanton, Ky., the proper- Suits for Men and Boys, CLOAKS and SUITS for Women and Girls. They are made to fit and to be Stylish too. Our full flock u subjeel to your inspection and we know we can you need; fit you out in what or we wouldn't invite you prices yems. to come and trade where you have ' been buying serviceable for o The candidates for the postof-fic- e at OlayOity are getting thick nowadays. There is but one thing bad about it, thev are all, deserving and worthy. We would like to sej them all have it. But as this cannot be done, it seems to us that the proper thing to do is to have a primary election to settle the matter as they had at Winchester, and as they are now talking of having in Lexington We have beeu asked why we are not in the ring. There are two reasons, ouo is that we care nothing for the place and tho other is that we are 6ure we could not get the indorsement of either Congressman Ountrjll or Senator James, and we don't believe any body can get the oflice without their indorsement. Vefhnve had frequent occasion to criticize both of these men for their actions iii Congress, especially rotative to their vote on whiskey measures before Congress when they have recently been .voting with the wets. Now that such men are in (ho. saddle we slitfll ask them no favors, and sht II not change our policy for any oflice within thoir power to d V' penso. How's This? We offer One Hundred pnllurs Reward for nny case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by (lull's Ca. tarrh cure. F. J. Cheney1 & Co., Toledo, O. have We, the undersigilrd, known F. J. Cheney for 'the ljist 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transc goods at paft twenU'-fi- v ty mentioned in the judgment, truce oi parcel of Being a land lying in Powell county, Kentucky, on the waters of middle fork of Bed Itiver, heing.the same land conveyed to J. V. Norman by It. Jackson, Commissioner of Powell Circuit Court by deed bearing dnte March 27, 1012 and recorded In deed Book No. 15, page 85, County Court Clerk's oftlce and conveyed by J. V. Norman to the Consolidated Casualty Company by deed dated May 28, to-w- it: the Starck Pianos iuAdvauco Satlatoo lion. Guar nnteoil LowcatNot No Money to Wm. Crowe by Consolidated Casualty Company, by deed duted March 2$, 1013. Containacres more or less. Bounded ing on the north by tho property of Jessie Forkner, on tho south .by that of Wm. Bowen, on the east by that of Wm. Crowo and on the west by that of Jessie Forkner, or sufficient thereof to produce- f 1923.20, so ordered to bo in ado. i Tho nurchnser will bo reauired to give bond, with approved security, for the payment oi tut purcnuse money, iu have the force und effect of a Replevin Bond, bearing IckiiI interest from tho day Of sale, according to law. Bidders will bo prepared,to comply with these terms. Allen will be retained on the land sold till all the purchase money U.pald. Bond payable' to Commissioner. ROMULUS JACKSON, Master Com'r Powell Circuit Court. 1012 nnd conveyed Pnot ory Priooti Terniu Easiest A Saving ot SlOU to P A. 8TARCK racaioiNT saoo From l'uo-(or- y Direct OWN HOME We will ihlpr you a beautiful Utarck Piano for IT) Uuys free trial. In your home. Ho cash payment required. All we nak Is that you will play upon, use and teat this piano for 30 days. It, at the end of that time, you do not nnd It tho hiehest (trade, sweetest toned and finest niano In i verv war. that vnn hnvn tvir seen for the money, you are at perfect liberty to send it back, aiul we will. In that e,rent, pay the freight boh ways. Thin atarcli Piano must make eood with you. or there Is no sale, on nave UU UHIO cdcc rill. I. Save $150.00 or Mere of toiii inBHIL. in your Easy Payments You pay no ca&h down, but alter 30 dayi trill, you can login puynirnt on the low. c.t, cailcut tenn ere Suggeated by a piano manuiaciurer, ineae itnnj ara arranged to tult your convenience, and It It poatlble for Without )ou 10 iry a piano lor your lie inlni'g tv money. We Mp direct to you from our factory, at prices that ma you upwarila of 1150.00 In tho coat of your plane. We guarantee to furaMi you a better pUuo for tbe mopey. than you can You an aasured of receiving kecura elwwbere. aatlilactory tweet toned durabla high grade piano, 25-Ye- ar Guarantee ti. year. Pianq la Slarek es MONEY W'l- We tell veil hirer, mid tuvbect market prices. Ve are dcal.-r.- i established yog iniM: leanorUj L;rrKKIvr luer-Cha- n' a than oiniuissloa K f Ten 'ca a tr ba lit: In Lou-lvll- e. price list. wmof ir m-kl- 1 Thli guarantee bat back of It our Si yean of piano experience, and the reputation of an oU ettablltbed, rcifrionaibla piano bouae. Every Startle guaranteed for 2nd-Ha- nd largains Player-Plan- have, constantly on band s large number of slightly used and second hand pianos ot all Ltandard makes tsken In exchange for n)v Stsrck Plsnos Wo 60 Free Musle Lessens To every purchaser ot Starcli Pianos, we give free inufio leaaoul; In one of the beat, known tcboola Iu Chicago. These lenwna you ran take la your own borne, by mL Tbia represents one rear's fret Instruction, au sud rliytr-l'lauo- i The following are a few sample bargain! i $110.00 Weber y 82.00 CbJckerlBg 90,03 Kimball 8S.00 185.00 Starck ....... ........ )stet Starck PUyer-PUno- a ara the best aud most beautiful Player Pianos on the market. You will be delighted with the many exclusive features vf these wonderful Instruments, and will be pleased with the tery low prices at which (!cy ran be aroured. Piano Beek Free Bend today for our new bctutlfulll- - Illustrated plsiw book which gives you a urge amount of Information regarding ptinoa. 'fhii Jwok will Intrrvst an. I nlrate voii. Wrlli, fn.t.v - SABru ARSONS L Uktt IC IWtf IUE, Piaitra m run, muts, wwu M. & 33 Send for our second-han- complete IT, bartfsia list. V. A. STAR OK PIANO CO.. 1384 StnroU,?lljlfi'CIUCA'- ;v il&'V. Millard Orebornc, of Bowcn, was was in tho city Monday on husi nnss. Mr. Orsborne is ono of Powell county's progress! vu farm J. O. Williams and wife and era and we are pleased to note A 'HOME-MAPAPER. daughter, think of leaving soon that ho Is thinking of buying for their home in Montana. They land near Clav City unci locating TlrtJKSDAY, January 15, 1014. will stop for a few days, en route hero. with Judge Holnun at Boweu and with other relatives and LOCAL BREVITIES. friends at Clay City and Win For Frost Bites and Chapped Skin For frJst bitten ears, fingers and Chester. Beatty ville Enterprise. toes; chapped hands ar.d lips, chil Gran llnekworth was in blains, cold sores, red and rough Mr. and Mrs. F. Clark Mize, of several days last week on skins, there is nothing to equal Jackson, have annouccd the mar business. Bucklen's Arnica Sale. Stops the riage of their daughter, Mary Jpain at once and heal quickly. In It. R. Rose, of Kentucky udith, to Mr. Harry Vivian Dan Winchester, iel, of Lexington. The wedding every home there should be a box College, preached at the Presbyterian will be a very quiet affair to be handy all the time. Kept remedy skin discuses, itching eczechurch Sunday. celebrated at the bride's home for all ma, tetter, piles, etc 25e. All In Kentucky 223 concerns fail February 9th. The Mizes are druggists or by mail. 11. K. Buck-leed, owing 11,534,743 in 1U18, as Clay City people who moved to & Co., Philadelphia or St. Louis. compared with 248 defaults for Jackson two years ago. The groom-to-bis a brother to Roger Split Log Drag $2,044,200 in 1012. . Daniel of this city. This office is in receipt of four Mrs. J. W. Hut sou returned They are talking good roads copies of Bulletin No. 5 from the Saturday from a visit to her pargood and strong over at Irvine. Department of Public Roads, ents,' Mr. and Mrs. Vincellur This bulletin deals rington, and other relatives ut At a mass meeting of citizens Frankfort. altogether with the I'm no us split there last week it was decided to Clinton, Mo. ' endeavor to get the Fiscal Court log drag and a copy should be in J". D. Williams, of Winchester, to issue bonds to build ten miles the hands of every person interone of the principal stockholders of pike to be divided equally ested in good dirt roads, and is of the Standard Spoke Company, withthe different roads radiating willing to help make them good. thiB city, was here Saturday look- from Irvine. This is a good move We will gladly give the three exing after business 'and shaking but the Fiscal Court, if we tra copies we have to the first hands with old friends. ones calling for them. cannot issue bonds without Baseball fatalities for 1918 a vote of the people. Besides, Wonderful Cough Remedy. Estill cannot beat Powell getting were fifteen, twelve of them Dr. King's New Discovery is ing killed at the bat by being hit macadam roade and we are not known everywhere as thu remedy ready. on the head 'by balls thrown by quite yet which will surely stop a cough The other three Worms Cause of Your Child's Pains. or cold. D. P. Lawson, of Eidson, the pitchers were tilled by foul balls. A foul, disagreeable breath, dark Tenn. writes: "Dr. King's New circles around the eyes, at times Discovery is the mot wonderful A wood alcohol plant is being cheeks coagh, cold Liii thro it and lung established at Cnpehind, Breath- feverish, with great thirst, flushed and then pale, abdomen medicine I ever sold in my store itt county, on the main line of swollen with sharp cramping paiDs It can't he beat. It sells .without of the L. & E. Railroad, which are all indications of worms. Don't any trouble at all. It needs no w ill give employment toSOO.meu. let your child suffer Kickapoo guarantee." This is true, because The enterprise is being hacked Worm Killer will give sure relief Dr. King's Ne Discovery will re bv Pennsylvania people. ' It kil's the worms while its laxa- lieve the ruopA'tiniito of coughs tive effect add greatly to the health colds. Lungtjiublex quickly deifiAn Ides! Woman's Laxative. Who warfts to take salts, or cas-- t of your child by removing the dan- ed by its use. You should keep u r oil, when there is nothing bet- gerous and disagreeable elfect of bottle in the house at all times for ter than Dr. King'n New Life PilU worms and parasites from the sysall the tnembers of the family. 50c f ir all, bowel troubles. They act tem. Kickapoo Worm Killer as a and $1.00. All Druggists or by gently and naturally on the and .liver, stimulate and regv health producer should be in every mail. II. E. Bucklen k Co., Phil te your bowels and tone up the household. Perfectly safe. Buy a adelphia and St. Louis. box Price 26c. All Drugentire system. Prfce, 25c. At all gists or by mail. Kickapro Indian Eldean flour $2.00 per hundred Jiruggista. II. E. J3ucklen & Co., Medicine Co., Philadelphia or St. pounds, (Joe for 25 lb. sacks, Philadelphia or St. Louis. Louis. granulated sugar, 20 lbs. for $1, or $4.75 per hundred pounds, roasted coilee luc per pound. Hardwick & Company, Stanton. THE TIMES. DE n Z. T. Connor, a stock man, of Winchester, in the city Saturday. well-know- USE HOPE $ nrr ' MILLS FLOUK ANUNEXPECTEDOUEST for luncheon or dinner will enjoy the delightful trial of bread that is made from the Pearl homo-mad- e Beat-tyvill- e Wes-leya- n CO pvrioMt- - fiiMt flour. The loaves made from thiB high grade flour are fine, light, white and of tempting flavor and a satisfying lucheon can be made on ihe bread (with sWeet butter) that is made from the Pearl Hour. Made by J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, Ky. n e When in Need of Builder's Hardware, ..abinet . antles, Grates, Tiles, mis-uo- t, Cooking or Heating Go to or Write Stoves, 2 Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, Winchester, - Ky. atom-Hi-- h 1 to-da- Come to Our Store And (et us slio we, Hay tor Sale. Baled timothy. clover,oats and peavines, by or the bule, the ton or car iohq Appiv at tills oilire. We are Cuttingj the Prices on Win- you what a nice line of goods Dry-Goods, carry. . P.ur. stock of Notion1, Groceries, Hardware, Clothing, Shoes and etc. is replete with ' TREES! Fruit and Fliade, Shrubs, ter Goods. See this drape b, Vines, Peonies, Phlox, Space Later. Rhu-bir- Variety, Style and Quality. THIS COMBINED WITH OUR Roses, etc., etc. Everything for ORCHARD, NO AGENTS LAWN and QARUEN. GROWERS FREE CATALOGS OF WHAT WE SELL. 1841 1913 iT WW I ft 1- . Low Prices We Hardwick , H. F. riillenmeyer& Sons, Lexington, Ky. Make it to your interest to give us a good share of your trade. strive to please our customers our best assets. VMWM W WTKf W W TO MMWK k OAl'ITAr. JSTOOK, $ioo,ooo k HUJU'LUHAMOUN- D1V1DKD 1'UOKITH, UOO.OOO we know satisfied custouiers-ar- & Co.. STANTON. P k J Yours to please, I & TJ1K Winchester Bank. ov Wjncii9tju, Ky. 'A 1 WALMON & JOHNSON, m 5 f; N.ltuu.v Ej XV. WiTiiUHHi'uutr, Vur.H, U, Hl'llAH. OASUIHII. U Waltersville, Ky. 6 XOVlt AOOOUNTH bOWOlTKU xi'i ,a su v.t v: a itj': ' .vn.'.isz.: J t . . SHERIFFS SALE . taxes: I will, at the Court House door in Stanton, Ky, on Monday, Feb 2nd between the hours of 10 n. in. and 1 p. in., it being County Court Day, ofler for sale the following hnd or 60 much thereof rb may be necessary to satisfy all tax due the Suite, county, and school district together to cover penalty and cost as is shown following each' name. T. C. HALL, I': Co. f, of Land for Magisterial Precinct No. I, liranum, James, Efoundary, value $109, adjoins Peter S 1.90 Uerrv, Dawsonheirs. Boun., valup 853, adjoins Milt Hudson, 2.18 Dawson. Chas., 25 acres, talue I05, adjoins Wj M. 2.8-EverniPii, Everman, Richard', 45 acres ? ,s . value 105, adj. fc 2.84 IJ. M., 5 acres, value Guj $158, adj. JakeGertry, ' , ' 3.52 Powell, G. Cy. , 0J(i lots, value 105. 20 acres, val., Pigir, J. (J. 85 120, adjoint Holm Pisfg, Snowden, J. A, 35 a., vul. ue 105, adjoins J. D. Snow den, 0,55 Wade, W. M, 40a, val. 105, 2.82 adj. Barfaett, Dillard, 10 acres,' val. 32,. adj. Wm. Wells, 4.55 Barnett, N V, 0a, value 53, 2 30 adj. B. L. Hurgher, , Nnland heirs, 15a, value 82, adj. Geo. Dunaway, 1.91 Tipton, Jas., 25a, value 42, adjoins Press Smith, 2.03 Wasson, Sudie, 75 acres, val 75, adj M Tipton, 2.51 Andeison.Thorton, 5a, val. 820, adj. Jas. Gay, 4.4 0 Abbott heirs, 3a, val 21, adj James (Jay 1:77 Crawford, Brus, 05 a, value 540 adjoins Iullis Ware, 12 10 Hampton. B F, 75atre-i- , val 158, adj A Rose, G.17 - Nee, Arm stead, 40ae value 42. adjoins T EEastin 4.08 . Magisterial Precinct No. 2. Barker. Madison. 1 CLivCy. WW lot. value 84. . Howies, John, 40acr value 5.49 105, adj Mike King , Daniel C 1 1 Clay Cy. lot 4.20 value 2(13 Jones, Margret, 1 CiayCy. 1 90 , lot, value 42, Mapel, 9 M, 192a value .10.05 2310 a'dj B. F. Ledford . Martin,. .1 U, nClayCy.Mot 4.22 value 105 Neal, Caro'ine, 1 Clay City 4 sr. lot value 315 Patton, Alf 1 Clay Cy. lot 0.44 value 315 EHja 4 Clay C:ty Stokelv, 4.90 lots value 15t Hrown Joo 25a val. 105 adj 5.40 E Rose Garrett Sanford 7acre val5.49 ue 105 adj J M Kennon Kelley heirs 40 acres value 2.5C 84 adj J A Rose Stnithers Richard 5a value 4.08 42 adj Thus. South Wilkerson Fannie 25 acres 2.19 val 53 adj Abe Tay.lor, . Chatman Willi 50 adj Dan. Uelofiiy - val 210- - , Notice to Public. 0.83 4.10 Magisterial Precinct No. 3. Blount, Laura, 1 Stanton 15 52 lot value 1102 Boothe Henry 40a value 79 5 10 adj 8 Brandenburg Conwav W M 50er value 0.17 158 adj"G C Camltell Chas. 50a value 52 Holder 484 adi E Randalls HoIIhu Elila 5a value 200 5.30 adi J J Derickson Hamilton. Marv. 20 acres value27 adj S Brandenburg 1.97 ' Jones T C. 100a value 105. 5.49 adj Cliff Martin Johnson. Zelda 100a value 2.82 10Q adj J Johnson. Ky .Telephone Co. val 2500 34.89 Hall Wade la v. 24 ad Z Hall .4.45 Jackson. Lucian. 5a val 79 5 10 adj Thoa Chaney Mcintosh A J, Boundary, 0.83 val 210 adj A D Kirk Randalls Mary 50a val 105 2 Si adj Chas. Holder Randalls Laura 40a value 5.48 105 t.dj James Forester Robert!) II M 50a. valu 105 4.49 adi W M. Conawav " Magisterial Precinct No 4. Busiiis Arniinu 75 a value 105 adfJPLewis 3.84 , not only carries off 4.84 properly pltu-rdsurplus water, it admits air to the Townsend ,Vm 200a value soli and makes it easy to work. 0.83 It improves 210 adj James Mays any soil. The increace Townsend Marshal, Boun , in the valueiof the land is many 4.83 time the cost of the tile The first val 53 adj RobtBoyd year's crop from tiled land pays ma III Precinct No. 5. Macistorial for it. Any borfv cab do the work Reee, 2ttown lots, Bowen, successfully. Write for particu-lars.o- r 7.50 value 203 eidl at oui plant. Bowen Rex 150a val 158 I vRICHM0N0.KY 4.07 Red River Brick & Tile adj E P Moreland. J A Training Birch Abe 75 acres value School (or Teachers Company, l5 10 70 adj .Win Briscoe rrv UkSlnff tft KlMiwiitar. HltrwUMMil Lin Mtal 0,. Mll r Tills Is ill r'illo Howell Owen lpa value 42 Kmlsckf. STANTON KENTUCKY aefcoolt Pr' Cmmm and llavlaa 4.C8 a.ij V J Hanks MlklMfc TWBIflDdll Sr. James, Luther, 35a val 70 Blurln.DnaiodtlMkMl, .i.ltclal t"";""; rtlMkML artaHiwalaratrtMliara, .a ell i.1pjs 5.12 adjoins Wni Brisco " OVER ee YEARS- TM ' r riu SAakrf a, sir l Tfrm ir.Tii B ' l EXPERIENCE 11. PuittS T.m April I. Meadows E J 50a value 53 sssssssssssr C.ui.n.rr- -. n CRtBnn, patent. 4.'83 adj Melvin Morton Powell Jacob 75acn Vul 108 3.52 adjoins Jas. Reed val 42 Townsend WH-'flo2.03 adj 3eo TownBend?". I BADE MARKS BBSs! BBa7'sBBB SsShBBW DCBIGNS West, belle 140a. val J 47 . asHUBbi CopyniOHTS Ac 3. 30 Anyone lendtntf a iketrh and description may adj G A Crabtree M rjrtfiii, 'to s qnloklr ascertain our oi(iiloii free whether an B liirentlon U probablf pateniabte. Communing White Wm 20 acres val'52 i, 'for H Utfml. H.,1 tlonaatrlctlreontldeiitfaL HANDBOOK on I'atenta. patents. teem-lietit free. Oldest apency for 2.10 udj Dan Abner 1'ntenta taken throuah Munn A Co reettrc tptctal node, wlttioat charge, la the Ashlev John 410a val 030 "n 12.16 Scientific American. adj Nick Rogers i' iiatlnn. u .r AliAndionietvlllaitr&tad weeklr. TjirrMt Hp linker Brack 50a val 158 any sclentltlo ionrntU. Terms, t3 a culatlon of rear i four montbe.IL Bold rail newsdealers. 0.17 ndjoins Lige Baker Drake CO 50 acres val 53 Brascli OBlce, eS T BU Waahlf ston. D. C. 4.84 adj Mart Rojiers Friend, Winstin 5(a value 5.48 105 adj Wm Mend.'.w.-- t HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID MM M II II 30a valu 53 adj FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES Hall 4 84 1 Wool on CMimlxlon. Writ l?r price- Jas Rogers Js lltttxntlonhiglhltu. Meadovts T. G, Gar , 52a Established 1837 2.30 value 02 adj J B'Rojieit JOHN WHITE & CO. louisv.lle.ky. Meadows Jackson 50 acres 2.18 val 52 adj Win Meadows Meadows Win 30a value 32 2.48 udjoins Fred'Kinsfr . Profit" M 40a val 105 adj I 5.4K Geo WoodaMl Powell O S 34a vjl 84 adj 5.2J II Powell. . Wt 5.49 Rogers Kncch 50a vn)5 adj Hero's a liniment that Is guaranteed to relieve all aches, or you get buck Robins Miles 4(n Vaue 84x jour money. 5.21 adj Geo Muhins P tipencer W L 100a .val 210 ' rJeuralfiia, BackHeadache, 0.83 adj Rob Belomy ache, Rheumatism, Sore Tipton C F 12a yalue 53 4.84 adj t refeton Johnson Feet, Goris Wyraore K A 75a ;val 158 3.52 adj Manor" Mullin and other pains quickly yield to the 8ootliii)g influence of, this wonderful Wasson John 30a val 32 remedy. 4.50 adj P 11 Howell An en Wni 100 acres Jva'uie ("sk for Your1 floriey Back 105 mljiiifis Dhii Adner 2.84 t if it falls Jo relieve any aclio In tiny part of your body In tyfteen' minutes Do vou. realize, Mr. Farmer, time. eg tvhat it is worm to you to Know 50c at druirglsts, or by malt, postpaid. jxj f RHEUMATlSMtM ach morning tiiu market value I. MmuajACKACHe if your live stock and other farm Fitcpatrick JMl, Boun , value 79 adj" N.Fulks Means Cleveland 2a Value 20 adj Ky.L.Co. Rice Wm 40a 'val 79 adj Townsend heirs Sparks J A 25a value 53 adj RobtBoyd Farm Drain Tile Atake Your Wet Land Productive. 4 48 By the ust of drain tile you eat. turn that low, wet, 'useless, swam0.22 py field into the most productive spot on your farm. Good tile, . open'bv'olljce foractivo practice January 1, and havo-iia partner Dr. Woodroll .1. Flowers, of Columbia, Ky., Dr. Flowers has built up a )art practice in Columbia in a fow years' but abandons it for a larpo field. Hi- - is ,10 years oldin tho nr.me of a vigorous manhood, and it is tuou!h for my friends to si(y that I Imvp chosen him ns my professional associate. M. S. Browne. I sluil I s . . Br 1 iu, V HH I I 'I HHH AND HIDES m j THINK OF IT Isiigs i , rSjiSS wir r--i i' r V -- FREE TO EVERY KENTUCKIAN fosmdaileai af tha Stmt. I the preasnt From time The oalr complale cellectloa la esltteate Return of all President of the United Statet. from Wasb-kvto- n to Wilson. Flags of all Nation! In color;. 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(33) o) uoSoq '(npjco JO 63)oq 03ji),?U)B) J3)jv )iiOA3snot Am jo Aug op o aiqg'KjpjBq sbav i 'atu pjnoM uicd aqj t3nom I 'psq os vnq pinoA pcaq puc jjobq Xiu 'inptQ osn o) ue3oq i ajojag,, : jotijjnj sa"bs aqg ajuo s.ubuioa. aqj 'jnpjio qp.A aousjjsdxa jaq jqSiiijfjA uj 'vty 'siiiw uoiJUD 1 'spooAV ubaiA"s "SJW sbs J3)ca 3jq v uru se qsM i 9A eb .ud stouk of goods. 'For furthei partiuulura call on or.'write'W, G I'urick, I'oetHittaterJvinibroll, Ky. My farm of l'Oj acres utj Kim irell, Ky , iiicliidinuyetoro lionet sdpH Sabmty It