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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): January 22, 1914 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1914 cla1914012201_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 22, 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. 1 ri THE O'LAY: , : " CrTTY 'S2, No TIMES. I. E- - 81.00 a Year in Ailvaniv. - W; are here to help Clay City, the SorroanJiii'g Coactry and Ourselves. Burgher, Publisher. VOL. XIX. THREE STEPS IN CLAY CITY, Ktffy THURSDAY, JANUARY ADVANCE. ' J9M. NO. 4 Railroad Hard Hit. Hear, Mm Monday Date Clay City. Why not Take Them. Kentucky lacs behind neigh boring states in allowinc children under 10 to work 10 hours a day according to n statement issued by the National Child Labor Com mitt'ee., A uew child labor bill drafted by the Kentucky Child Labor Association will be introduced in the present legislature and Mr. Hatson Quinn, presi dent of the Kentucky Child La bor Association, "has asked the assistance of the National Child e Labor Committee in the cam paign for. its adoption. An Important feature of the bill is the provision limiting the hours of work for ull under 10 to 8 a day. Owen R. Lovejoy, gen eral secretary of the National Child Labor Committee believes the experience of Ohio, Missou ri, Illinois, and the fifteen other rtates which have already adopted the 8 hour day, proves that such a limit is not only benefi cial to the. children employed, but positively advantageous to the industries involved. He says employers in states with 'the 8 A hour law have emphatically stat ed that, although they opposed the provision when it was intro duced, they are now heartily in favor of such a restriction. - The 0.& O. Railroad has been hard hit )n two damage cases this week. At Mt. Sterling the road compromised with Judge O A. McCormick in a damage suit for thelulling of his daughter and badly injuring himself by paying over $18,500. At the same time the case of Celia Banks on appeal in the U. S. Supreme Court went against the road.giv ing Mrs. Banks' administrator $5,000, which was the amount al lowed by a jury in the lower court., Mrs. Banks was killed at a railroad crossing in Winchester a few years ago. The road claimed that Mrs. Banks' death was due to the wearing of a sun bun net which partially blinded her, and styled her death due to "con tributory negligence". Hearing Complaints. The HoriTOwsley Stanley will speak at Winchester Monday in the intercsljDf his candidacy for the United States Senate before the prtmarytuis tall. Mr. Stan ley has proved a true friend of the people against the trusts ami the combines, and he is nutspok en against them. He will do to hitch, tdjahu' will be a credit to our Statejshould he bo sent to l t. me oeiiuiettvuamuur us we . irusi. he wilL Tllere will be a number of Powell eoijnty people in Win Chester next Monday as it is Court day, and aimany as can should stay ana hear him speak. They canlearn something from him that every gooa citizen snoum Know, whether or. not they intend to vote for Inm I3j-'.3f1 a. There is no date fixed fona civil service examination for postmaster at Clay City, therefore the applicants for the Clay City post offlVe must pass the exami nation in adjoining towns. It is likely that most of the applicants will go to Stanton February 13th to be examined, but they do not' have to do this. They can go to Campton, February 7th, or to Mt. Sterling, Lexington or Win Chester, February 14th; or they can go to Beattyville, February 10th There are other towns they ca go to on different dates, but it is not likely any one from Clay City will go to any town other than one of the above mentioned places, but should they desire to do so it will be legal The Tinesvan Exception. STANTON NEWS. Robert Blackburn was home over Sunday. W. O. Keavick, of Nada, was in town this week, Mrs. Frank Yocum, of Hatchers Creek, and her two children left Wednesday morning for a month's visit with relatives near Campton, Mrs. Clyde Barnes left for Louisville Monday to accept a position in that city so that she can be near her children who are in the Masonic Home. Miss Janie Fulks, who is now attending the Academy at Camp- A Profitable Bulletin. The County Board of Supervis ors are hearing complaints this week. Some taxpayers that are now paying their proportionate part of the tax have been raised. Thest taxpayers say they do not care for the raise if some others in the county will be made come up. It is claimed that frequent ly the very wealthiest men(of our county pay uo more tax than some in moderate means. The fact too that the state always raises rowell from 5 to 20 per Getting the flood Road Fever. cent, is a very good reason tor The beautiful days of this week payers endeavoring to hold have made us anxious to get tax down their property to the low- to road working rhiugh,yet too TheKentfiqky Experiment Sta t ion has just issued Bulletin No 175. on the"Growinr and Fut. tening Hog) in the Dry Lot and on Forage Oops," which is very valuable work to farmers and hug raisersfys it gives in detail the actual gfns that hogs fed hi the dry. lo$ and hogs running on pasture win make for everv bushel of crn when fed alone and when in connection with other feeds.' This book can be anyone desiring obtained free-bE S, Good, Di it, by addr'ew-Iiivision of Animal .Husbandry, btate Collet Lexington.. Kv il v; '' ebbeyMisehWwl'th eiirly in work our roads conscience. now, farmers shoulddouble their An 'Attractive Feature. efforts in netting their farm Oklahoma' is one of the work up, as far advanced as pns few States that is capable of it'is too sible, so when Sprint: lime does bundling the big jno no po come they can he ready for toad nes. Uklahpma has a 2 cut working. There is plenty of passenger .rate, and has just put work which usually is done later into force a new trust regulation that can be done now, such asJ law which stipulates what cerfencing, cleaning up ground and tain necessities shall be sold for. plowing sod land.t With this The latest effort of the State work all up it should be no Commission, empowered 'to. fix trouble to find a few days for prices, is to fix the price for flie every farmer to give to help p'ut sale of coal oiPat retail at 8 cents our roads in good passable con- a gallon. This is going some in dition when Hpriug comes. Then tre right direction. The most we can have good roads the whole attractive feature of Oklahoma, f summer through. Popular Official Dies. Kansas and Texas has always been their splendid way of hand Mr. Dillard A. Hughes, the Big Fire at Irvine. ing monopolies. popular Assessor of Clark counAll the buildings on the east ty, died, at his home in that counside of Main street in Irvine, Dies at Butler, Mo. ty last night at about six o'clock the Court House square Mrs. Ancil Bolin, wife of Thorn- Mr. after a lingering illness. and the railroad, were burned at as Bolin, died at Butler, Mo,, Hughes married Miss Nannie an early hour Saturday night. Jan. 11, 1014., She was u Miss The loss is $20,000 00 with but Hoskins before marriage, a sis. Ware, a daughter. of T. B. Ware, little insurapce. E. P. Camp, ter to W, A. Hoskins, deceased, of Virden. Mr. 'Hughes was a very popular and bell, liveryman is the largest los- of this county. She was also a many friends inofficialcounty. has this er, though all the horses and rigs sister to Me6dames Win. Derick-soAlmost Dies from Whisky. were eavec, his loss of feed was and J. W. Hnnk6, of this Two laborers ' gave the four- great. The tire originated in a county, and an aunt of Mrs, Nar old.son of Matt, Will building used for a steam press, omi Strange, of Hardwick's iamson, of Montgomery county, Irvjne, people more creek. ing shoj). forcibly than ever, now realizes Mrs., Bolin was raised on Hard a big bottle of whiskey, a part of the need of an adequate fire pro wick's creek, but went to.Mis- - which the boy drank and oame near dying. It required the aid tection. souri about thirty years ago of two physicians for hours 'lo where she has sfnee live.!. May, tie Change tits Hind. save the youth's life. be-twe. . y Keauy. For the fM time in twenty years, the S3 ate School fund this year will be disbursed among the counties and cities as it falls due. The last installment of some $402,000 will become due February 1, and checks will be sent out that day. This year the payments commencing in Oeti- ber have been made promptly, and, including the February 1 ustallmeut, the Treasury will have disbursed to the schools o- ver $3,00l,00U for the school year. In previous years the February payment lias been delayed as late as the following June. M Prof. W. O Shepard, associate professor of English in the Uni versity of Southern California, declares that the much vaunted freedom ot the American press is a myth. He says: "The present organization of the mis. ess world makes the free press practically an absolute imp issibili y. The policies of the newspapers with few exceptions are dictated from the business office, and the question of business expediency will often put a sudden quietus on a most vital policy. In spite of this the milks of the new tam per profession uuliule many men of ft lie k VeriVsi tit t lecVa speciiilized training." i hd-fng- h'- Has the Best of Us. The CIm.v City Tunes being anx ious to collect all due us thttt our subscribers can spare is somewhat envious ot that Missouri editor who threatened to publish the name of the young man seen with his sweet heart V head on his shoulder if he didn't come across with a dolhir on subscription. Twenty-seveyoung fellows slipped, in and paid a dollar. The ed itor has letters from two or three others saying, they will hand him a dollar the first tune they are in n town. Too Late for Change. n teen-yea- We read in the Winchester Mr. Lewis Lyle left iis home in Montgomery county Tuesday for Alabama, where he inteuds to locate. It was with much regret that Powell county gave up Mr. Lyle as u citizen two years ago, and it is still fur ther to be deplored that he will leave pur state. Win hope at the. last that Mr. Lyle wilHind that Kentucky is good enough juid big"! euough for us all. Sun-where Lucy May Giiuuce, 20, daughter of Mrs, Louella Gauiice Lhjndrix, former- y of Clay City, yard. clerk at the u & E., were married at the )oiue of the; bride's mother on Was hingtoji street Wednesday t (vuuiug lit v o'clock uy Kev. J. W. Nelson, Both nrd popular oung people wio have many frieudsitn 'wish thepi a happy marriedjife,- - Wjnqhester Sun."1 Miss and-Mr- , W.-V,- Clay City Boy' Becomes a Benedict. Legislator Dies . Hon. Samuel Turley, Repre sentative itvtheSjIite Legislature from Montgomery, county, died luesday at l'raukfort from urae- lie, was taken sick inio peisnn ii the morning and died late that night. br, Turley was a very proiniiient;turiner and stock man of Montgomery. r- Cashier A. Ville on business; I Tliltt 'Ti isiiVBeat-t- y C. W. Groves was taken this week to the hospital at LexingThe small pox situation at Win charge chester must not be improving ton. The doctors there in gave out some hopes of u very fast as tho Board of Health of that city has ordered all resi. dents and transient residents of Cattle on the Ml. Sterling marthat city to bo promptly vacci- ket Monday wero very high, heifnated. ers selling from 0 cents to 7 cents The .Clav City National Bank and steers from (U cents to "8 will have another of their tine cents. statements in our next isuc. Our Keep Posted. readers are in advance requested Keep posted on what tho Legisto look it up when it appears and lature is doing by sending 50 cents read and study it. to this ollice for the Duily State now till April 1st. T. M., Mcmntz has accepted a Journal from The State Journal is the only daily position with the large tobacco iiper published at the Capital, but Myers it is a hum mer and sound in prinmanufacturers, Liggett as traveling salesman ami is now ciple. on the .road. Every Kentuukiaii should reud The Board of Trustees met in a the Kentunkian. The Times and called session Monday ni h t to the Keniiickian until one year lor consider some important mat -- J only $1, the price of the Kentuck tPDK We received copy for change in Hardwick & Company's ad vertisement too late for inser tion this week, but tl esime will appear next week. .Hardwick & Co. aro enterprising merchants who have found the value of printers' ink and are sticking to it. ton, won the gold medal offered by Mr. J. D. Falls, of Clay City,, at the Rural School exhibit recently held at Stanton. The medal is a beautiful one of solid gold and was won for being tho best speaker. Janie is in anoth-o- r contest now botween Hazel Green Academy and Campton Academy for first place as a piano player It is hoped by the County Superintendent of schools that many more will enter these contests in the coming year. The writer wishes to say a few words in favor of tho Ohio Farmer which is otrered as one of the papers in t he club list of the Clay City Times. From my earliest boyhood I can remember mjr father taking this nauer. and it was alwav8 a welcome visitor to the home. And since his death I have taken the paper now for nearly nine years, am! I still think that it is the best farm paper that ever came into our home. It is a splendid paper for the farmer who wants to know the best methods of farming. It is line for the house-wifas it tells her the best ways of doing hei work, in the canning of fruit, the care of poultry, and in the home. It has splendid stories that are of intense interest for the young people. It gives tho news of Congress and hundreds of other items of value to tho people. If this paper was taken in every home in Powell county juid the farmers would use the methods given we would soon have better farms, better stock and better conditions all around. I would advise every body to in elude this paper in your club list. McCall's Magazine is too well known to need any further comment and speaks for itself. e ' v - iau alone. ' s I V - , wfotA t ion; provision that no salary could be increased during the term of'nflicc, but Oener'nl Our-ne- t t has shown thntn how it can be done. General Garnett can rUHLISIlKl' KVKRY' TIIUKSDAV. also show why the L. fc N. railSubscription rnte $1 a year or three road should be allowed to violate the State Constitution at will years in mlviince $2. when it is his duty to prevent it ) E. Burgher, Publisher. from 8o doing us his predecessor (Jcneral James J. Breathitt did. 1 THE TIMES. to. time; it ()htiging school books as bad a i, too, "about, policy ns Entered ns second-clns- a mail nintter. 1014 Thursday, January 22, CLUB RATES. For the convenience of our subscribers, we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned: The Times and Cincinnati Enquirer 91.10 " Louisville Herald 1 00 Home and Farm 80 " Inland Farmer Southern Agriculturist SO SO The Republicans of the State aro tantalizing the Democrats over the state debt. Just stop itnd reason, Mr. Republican. f the present debt was inherited from your administration, and this to in the face of tin fact that the Willson administration instead of inheriting a debt from the Beckham administration, inherited over a million dollars surplus Then too, it should be considered that our schools are now costing us a great deal more than they did in the first of the Will-soadministration. We now have six months school in every district instead of five asformer--ly- . It costs more to have six. months schools than it does to have five. We, therefore, have more to show for our indebtedness than we did under Republican control, and still The Times has not called attention to this to exonerate the present administration, but do so merely as a comparison with the Willson administration to show that there have been worse administrations than the present. Oue-lialn law is t The Sherman to be amended bv this session of Congress. The law now provides a fine against any concern con spiring to crush a competitor out of business. It fixes heavy lines for a violation of the law, lint does not provide for a redress of the business man who is 'ruined by the larger concerns' unfair actions. It has been so a rich corporation could drive a small com-- , petitor from business, then-puthe price up and soon regain all losses and pay the Government heavy liue6 besides. The new law will be so that the small concern can sue its larger oppressor and recover full damages for such illegal action. Isn't this a good measure? Then give a Democratic Congress due credit for it 'and continue to look for reform measures so long as the people of this country are sane enough to keep such a Congress at Washington. Anti-Trust The Times lias received a number of compliments recently for all of which we are very grateful to our readers. We want to stijl further improve the paner, and will do so from time .o time ns our buslne8 justifies. We ask our readers to Help us make the paper better.' "'The best, way to do this is to luincHn items bf interest and get you neighbor who is not now on our list to Do not neglect this, please, as a paper full of local is half the fight, and being invited to subscribe is the other half. The two combined is sure to win for us the' 1,000 list by sub-scribe. The Clay Gity National Wants the business of all who value Courtesy, Safety and . " Good Methods. Capital, - $25,000.00 Surplus, 6.000.00 Shareholders Liability. 25.000.00 , Clay City A Quarter of National a Century in Clay City. Bank, ( CLAY CITY, KENTUCKY. 1015. Commissioner's Sale. Powell Circuit Court. It occurs to the Times that some of our Representatives at Frankfort are aiming to build a reputation this winter on the point of economy to pay the state debt. This is not as it should be The state can pay its debts and still maintain its institutions. Editor Emin Elam, the editor of the Kentucky Mountaineer, is very much interested in the revival of the Mountain Press Association, and leads off by mentioning Editors Webb, of the Whitesburg Eagle, Swim-mof the Campton Courier, and the writer, Editor of the Clay City Times, a committee to designate a time and place for the of such Association. We very much appreciate the honor, Bro. Elam. and accept with th,e privilege of naming a substitute, and proceed at ouce to name Editor Elam, of the Ken tucky Mountaineer, as our sub stitute. With (his change the committee is replete with the proper ability and persistency to make the. Association a go. With these remarks take your creden tials, Gentlemen,, aud proceed with your work. wide-awak- e e, Lyle, Admr., Ac, Plaintiffs, versus Q.W.Lyle and heirs. Ac,, Defendants. Notice of Salo in Epuity.' By vlrtue.of a judgment and orderYif of tho Powell Circuit Court, ren dered at the June term, 1911, there of in the above cause, the undersigned will on the 2nd dny of Feb., 1914, at 1 o'clock p.m., or thereabout, (being Court Day,) I will as Com'r., proceed to offer for sale at Public Auction to the highest bidder, on a credit of six twelve and eighteen wonths, at the Court House door, Sainton, Ky., the property mentioned in the judgment, 51. H. to-w- lt: r Prepare for the Cold Weather and buying what comfortable to keep you warm, By Cm"z1' SHIMFESSEL'S clothing you need. Everything A. Jr., and containing abijTut 220 acres, or , sufficient thereof to produce $ and known as the Geo. W. Lyle, Sr;t home farm and adjoining the lands of I. T. Sams Heirs', BuU Bush; D. K. Daniel, Jeff Wright and 0.0. Daniel, tract of land on Hffdwlck's creek and not drain your pocketbook either. so ordered to be,madef The purchaser will be required to give bond, with approved Security, for the payment of the puffchase money, to of a Replevin have the forco and en 'rest irom mo Bond, bearing leteal aw. tn comnlv Bidders will'be pri n will lift re- with r.hpftft farms. tained on the property old till all the mirnlinse money is iiaii Bond payable to Commissioner. KOMULUS JACKSON, Master Commissioner Powell 0. C. Suits forMen and Boys, CLOAKS and SUITS Women and Girls. They are rrjade to fit and to be Stylish too. ' Our full' flock, fit you i - is subject to your inspection ana we know we can out in what you need, or we wouldn't prices year- s- invite you Commissioner's Sale. Joieell Circuit Court. Consolidated Casualty Co.7 Plaintiff, versus Defendant. Wm, D. Crowe, Ac, Notice of Sale in.Enulty. By virtue of a Judgment and order of sale of the Ppwell Circuit uourt, rendered at the Nov, Term, 1913, thereof in the above cause, the under signed will on tlieL'nd day of Feb., 1914, at' 1 o'clock p. m., or thereabout, (being I will as Com'r., proceed to offer for sale at Public Auction to the hiehest bidder, on a credit of six and twelve months, at the Court House door, Stanton, Ky., tho property mentioned in the judgment, Being a certain tract or parcel of land lying In Powell county, Kentucky, on the waters of middle fork of Bed Kiver, being the same land conveyed tp J. V. Norman by R. Jackson, Commis-slonof Powell Circuit Court by deed bearing date March.27, 1912 and recorded in deed Book No. 15, page 86, Coup-t- y Court Clerk's bQIce andconveyed by J. V. Norman to the Consolidated Casualty Company by deed dated May 28, 1012 and conveyed to"Vni. Orowo by Consolidated, Casualty Company, by deed dated March 28, 1013. Contain- Ing -acres more or less. Bounded on the, north by the property of Jessio Forkner, on the south by that of Wm. Ilo'wen, on tho east by that of Wm, Crowe and on. the west by that of Jessio Eorkner, .or sufllclent thereof to produce ? I02S.2O, so ordered to no made. Tho purchaser will ,be. required to give bond, with approved security, for the payment of the purchase money, to nave mo lorce anu eneet oi.a uepiovin Bond, bearing legal interest from tho day of salo, according to law. Bidders will be prepared to comply with these terms. A lien' will be re tained on tho land sold till- - all the purchase money is.paid. Bond payablcto Commissioner. Cotn-tDayto-w- it: er ' to come and trade where you have been buying serviceable goods at twenty-fiv- e' for the. paft The Times believes in spending A recent publication of the money wherever it is necessary, that there was now 135.11 but of course it does not believe for each man, woman and. child in creating offices for hungry pol- in the United States, brought an lutions. avalanche of letters upon the The whole trouble lies, in our Treasury at Washington from judgment, in an unequal assess- - persons from all parts of the coun ment of property of the state; try demanding their.part. And If the state will tax all the whis- - the families from which these do. key at 80 of its real value as it mauds came'seemed to be unus does other property, tax the coal ually large. They should have mines at their real value, tax the beeu advised that this money is railroads and corporations at scattered in every part" of the. the book value of their stock, country, but persons to get their there will then be plenty of mon part must go to work and earn' it, ey in the Treasury next fall to and then save it. The trouble pay oir the debt, and pay all de has always beeu with some peo serving claims of the State1. Try ple that they do too much wait jog to protect large taxpayers is ing for something to turn up in what has put the State behind, stead. of getting out and turning and it will be uver so until thiH things up theniBelves. discrepancy in our tax levies is One Kentucky editor refers to remedied. the Third House in speaking of Notwithstanding the State Con the lobbyists.. He then, mentions tho book trust who is always stitution which says salary can be iucreased during there getting new laws passed his term of office, Attorney Gen that will require new books, lie eralGarnett has advised that the says it is to be hoped that the 18 holdover Senators should draw Legislature will settle down on $10 per day, the same as the new- eomoplan that will not require n ly elected Senators It will be chunge in books at every change remembered that the last Legis in the moon. lature increased the pay for all This is tho doctrine of the members of the General Assem- Times. Tho books have been bly from 15 per day to $10. It changing rupidly since we can re was thought the holdover Sena- member, thirty years ago, and, tors could uot draw but Sf per tho writer is sure that they have day on account of the Constitu- - gradually growu worse from time s Starck Pianos No Money In Advance ranteed LqweatNet Fa ot ory Gua- Price Eaaleat Terms A P A. STARCK QflMMNMlMMNSjpM Saving ol SlOO to S2 0 0 FacFrom tory Direct IN reasiHpT OWN HOME We will ship you a beautiful Btarcic l'lano fur 20 days' tree trial, Id your home. .No cash payment, required. All we usk Is thut you will play upon, use and .test this piano for 30, days. If, at tho end of that time, you du not tlnd It the hUrtiest grade, sweetest toned and llnest lnno In nvcry wuy, that you have ever seen for the money, you are at perfect liberty to send It back, and we will, In that event. Day the freleht both ways. This Bturck llano must make irood with vou. or. lucre in jiu suiic. 30 DAYS' FREE TRIAL YINR Save $150.00 er Mara Easy Paymaata We iblp direct to you from our factory, at prices that save you upward ot S 150.00 In tbe We ruinate cost of your piano. to turaUh you better pUno for the money thin you Hcure elsewhere. Vou ire uwred of receiving titUfictory tweet toned durable high trade an i plino. You pay no rash down, but liter 10 dtya of trial, you can begin payment on the low eit, eailett terms ever tugxetted by a piano manulacMirer, Tbeae term are arranged to suit your convenience, and It t poetlble for you to buy a piano for your borne, without mttslnc the money. . 26-Ya- ar iMraafaa li ti. year. guarantee bit' tick Buret for Piano aura M of It our Si yciri ol piano n experience, and tfte ot an responsible pltoo house. BO Tola ruinnteed Every 2nd-Ha- nd largalns Mayar-Nat- bare constantly on hand Urre number of lUfhtly uaed and aecoud hand plinoe of all ttandird' make! taken In ex change tor new Btirck Plinoe We and Player-Fun- Fraa M-- ala LettMs To every purchaser of, Btirck l'ianoa,- - we (iff, free, ruuiio lessons, lo one of the belt known icboolt in. Chicago. Tbeae leawna you ran take In your own borne, by mall. TuU reprtwoti one log are' a, few sample bargain! $110.00 Weber The follow, CbUkttisg Kimball SUrck aecood-han- Steiawar , .- '02.00 90.00 95.00 198.00 , ful Player Piano on the market. Vou will be delighted with the many exclusive features of these wonderful Instruments, and will be pleased with the very low prices at which tnry can be secured. Btirck l'layer-Plano- e are the best and moat beautl Piano Send for pur latest complete bargain Hit. KOMULUS JACKSON', yeir'i tree I art ruction. Master Com'r Powell Circuit Court. P. A. SABGK PIANO CO.. 1384 SUrck Illdtt. CIHGAGC Send today lor our new beautifully illustrated piano book which (ive you large amount of Interna. tloi regarding plsnof This book will Interest and pleise you. Write today. leak Fraa .V stAnto : . - news. v ' . cut nVfhe'liomc.of Mj n'nd Mrs. Death of Mrs;'5 nf-lJ- IL Swope, died at her wifo . home M this; citv Wednesday nfternoou after a brief Illnesp. She was horn iu Powell county, Kentucky, June JJ, 1878, and houso. ' died January J J, 101 J. She came Henry Derthiek,. of Indianapwith the family of her father,, olis, Intl., was visiti njr his Weede'nEwen, toLumoiite, Mo. J this weelc iu 18081 '."'She was married to N. It. Swopio April 18, 11)00. To rMrs. Armstead Faulkner, Mrs. this union four children were Carrio Tipton's piothdr', has reborn, tvfaof whom have preceded turned to her'honjeithfs.week. her into, the life l.evntnl viv Mr. Ohas. Scott, Genernl Mabel Clair, aged 'JO months. Agent of the L. it E. was ana an lntantson, lioth ot whom in "Stanton this' week.on busidied while Mr. Swope and wife ness. ( were temporarily sojourning iu ' - J. Oaesar Hurst, of Wilhnrst, Kentucky. lirenthitt county, whs here on SheJsurvived by her husband business this week with Koss and two children Lillian Hall.and' Forrest Ewen, aged 4 and 2 years, respectively. Mrs. Bettie Hardwick has She is 'also survived by her from a mouth's visit to father and the following named her oqn, Judge J. .11. Hardwick, brothers and sisters: Albert nt Winchester. Ewen, of Bowen. Ky. ; Mrs. A. Mrs. Ide. Boone is with her M. BurgheV, ofClay City, Ky. ; Ware on , daughter, ..Mrs. Fred Mrs. Sallie Bose, of Winchester, Hardwick'tf creek. The baby is Ky ; J. E, Ewen, of Kansas Uitx ; 'not doing very well. Chas. Ewen, Mrs. Lillie CarpenMr. Ben Throcknioi ton, of Lexter, Miss' Bessie Eweu and Busington, is here for a few days sell Ewe-n-, of Lauxnite. with his wife at the. home of M. Mrs.. Swope joined tlie Chris A.. Phillips and family;. tian chuYch in Kentuckv when she was about 18 years old and .Tho Ladies Aid' of the Chris-tialived a consistent christian life. church will meet' from now Iu thejioji she was kind and m the first and "of each month. Lbt'fcvery affectionate and she was hidily present athesej esteemed by all who knew her. The' funeral servn-ewere conducted byllev. C. V. Pearce at Miss Helen Welch is 'visiting' t friends and relatives in WinchesMill. ' the Christian church this after-nohand th remains were laid says ter this week. Miss Helen G. W. Bush has recently d to rest in, the Lamonte cemetery. may be able 'to that the writer a part of the J. T. Wright The floral tjributes were numermake an important announceia rni for 2,100 00. ous and beautiful. Lamonte ment before ever long. Record. ' Several youugsters ' were pr. J. E. Lemming received an tained at the home of Mr. Stanley urgent telephone message from at Winchester. Bamett Saturday night and ,Oa ii q Creek Gap hut. Mn.Everett If CmijAiyruin. Stnnleyr6 , LSnnday, s r: Sherman Law-iJgjHniiian,4'of that? countryV.Was passed bjCongress, and it is ver.v sick. At una w.rinug wei- - Geo. S. Ware, of Spout Spring, ami Chas Clark visited the for almost' certain that it will, there have not heard trom the doctor mer's brother, J. rF. W.are,'iof will be nothing doing for trusts 'i..M.rs. Whitehead, the wite ot Little Creek Sunday last,. iu the United Stntes from now our section foreman, is very sick Mr. Mack Gra'vett and family, on, unless the Republicans let '"with biliousness. As she is a 'stranger in our midst it would do fiom Wiides Mill, 'former resi them ride info power again. Mr Stanley's amendment would well for some of our good women dents ul this place, have recent ly returned. We extend to them make it illegal for the restraint of Stanton to call' on her and of trade, ''in any degree." The the glad hand of welcome. cheer 'her up. Mr. Everfctt H.'gh'ley and wife Supreme Court of the United Among those v. ho made a busiStates in passing on the famous ness trip to Alt. Sterling Monday have' moved to Winchester to Standard Oil case, brought in the and ijoaitehd county court fflay take charge of a dairy for tlie for "rule of Reasoil" policy which mer's uncle, Mr. Tickle Daniel. were Dr. J, E. Lemming, Thom distinguished body Mr. Jiio. Ilighle'y, his brother, enabled the as. Ghaney and .Clifton atul, Jesse to "let this big trust down light" Ohanev,. Chiton went to buv will asbiot him wiili the work. and Congressman Stanley's n'ew A special business session of law will eliminate such in the stock and equipment lor his, farm the Farmers' Union was held future. It is another act of this Jiejreqeutly. purchased. that will no hap been lo- Saturday, January 17th and it is great statesman L. F. Martin, ,1)0 Whitesburg for two reported that they will start doubt bring him into even cated in than Ins probe of years, was visiting friends in tlieir business enterprise iu a short time. the steel trust. Winchester Stait(ou nndPijwellcuntyj. thjs Democrat. week- - He will fyave iiext "week Any man's credit is apt to be for Mexico where .ho expects to For Our Women Readers. mate)' his future home. lie lias good so long as his money. Just. The Times has a combination boughtiHsmall tract of laud and that should appeal to every lady exp'ectB o raise oranges, lemou6 reader. We u?ill send both and McCall's magazine toThere will be a Congregationgether with two patterns ,tie al meeting of the members of the and the Ohio Farmer weekly and Presbyterian liuroh ihoJiOth of Iho Times all for $1 25. If you this month. It is requested that orTiny one of your family are al- every member be. present at this fready a subscriber to the Times, meeting ui it will be an just send us 75 cents iu monry order or stamps and wo will send And. ofenurse every Loth magazines and the weekly member who consider himself farm paper one year. You sethe Lamp Oil or herself ,ii cliristfnu will be lect the patterns-frothe magathere. Eyes Saves zines after you receive tlivm. Nothing l ipnra Imryirtint In the was" a1 'pjr'anfio" baby There,' home man dunr, etcuily Ipht. Indira Stjnd today as this offer will soon this by trotting the till Unit burn the home of one of that catfio clear and. wlthmit a Hli'tbo withdrawn.-- ' It is inude only down to the last drop. IVimnlvaitla He our towsjiepple last week. crude oil reflnwt to as a subscription getter for the Outt, no mm thin the Inferior , arrived without' Ihaggiige, witli tankwavua oil. - htcj WON CY uvea first of the year; WOKK eirTf. no. name and isas helpless as a Your rteJer hai BOtlTE OIW Iu barnl dlivct lnm our worki. I'RESUVTER.IAN CHURCH. little infant. So far no one else . claims him and the hoipe where Chas,.C.,Sfol Oil Co. . Services 2nd ai)d4ih Sabbaths uf he came to they have (Jecided to Laxlngton, Ky. each month. , Refliwry at Warren, ra. keep h'itn 'unuVraisulnm. He Is Prayer. Meetings, Wednesday eveu W wU V celebrated "u'Carb" ii Btrong, lustdiupiand weighs Auto OIL ins. -V t pres. Qhas. G. MunnSKastor. ""JiMl'l? Walter TlirtdkerrtViVAc a business trip to Lxing'ftin last week. John ftll isforlifnMias moved "his fninily to''Mr's. Tet Hall's broth-cr.her- o 1'us-seni- - ' d u 1uird--Satnrda- mem-bqpn- e s. mee't-.iug- , Marion Strange. Dr. Johnson looked nfter his arrival. Dr. Shirley, of Winchester, was ui town one day last, week in the jnterest of the hookworm that is holding the attention of the people of the Southland. We think the county ought, to make appropriation to Dr. Shirley so that an investigation can be made in Powell county to see whether that disease is prevalent in" our county. The counties all over the State and all the Statefc of the South are doing this'. Investigation has been made in Eastern Kentucky and the disease has been found to an alarming extent. A small appropria tion by the officials of our county will be of great value to the citizens of our county in determining what the state of affairs are here. In talking with one of the doctors of Stanton last week he said that this ought to be done by all means as he was not sufficiently acquainted with the disease to know when he did hate a case and he would be very glad to have thin investigation .made. He ' said it might be thrft they were attributing sickness to some. other cause when this disease might be (he cause. And if this disease whs the cause he would know how to reat. it. The rein- edy-f0- r this disease is very sim- pla-'t followed out and many i UvV8yitriht be saved if this investigation is made. Irs. N. R. Swope. Tinkey Ewen Swope, aeSaaHBaaaaBB WUKKBE9BKBBMlEKtBBI&B339KKKBi&StBtKKKtKUtBKtKKKtt 10c and 25c SALE. through our stock and selected every tiling that can go into this Salfi. Wo have gone Man-rin- e Monday , 19th to the 31st. - Mrs. J.W.Williams. Ren ember the Date. . s , Vaughn's .Pre -- Inventory n pur-hase- . I ., . - v Jbc SALE, i - s Men's and .Bovs' OVERCOATS, Ladies'- - and Misses' I CLOAKS, Everything inriillinery " Underwear Prices on these lines will be slashed. We want to move the goods to make room for Spring goods which will be coming in pretty soon. To-dtty- 8 aud-jOtc- . iinpor-taut.on- e. Monday . 1 19th'. to 3131 t that -r MRS. eh-a- n . Williams. , J'jrsjsji I . .$ wr Home Happiness1. The" responsibility, of I ..p. Wm -- . making (trie oiiio" happy docs ndt rest on two". ! low can' n man love lo ftH'rit hnnii when the ,.1'otne is anything, litit neni?, His i i.i. .1 .....t .','AA-Illume jifi) iiriJUlttl ....1 mill I.. lut tquiillyon murium .i vur by a carel'euM, shiuehy looking n woman Avimian; nrul rwAv'-CnWithout any encouragement ily nil .that a wife shouldbe, when l?oilf anil children ari; neglected, half-:clothe- d and half fed, the father pnd husband, If not'drunk, sitting ground the store whittling and indulging, in chat thut is far from bei d ge ltletnan? The combined efforts of both will' succeed, though it will take days, wefrkn jand even years, Tiui be patient. A crown awaits you. Don't,, husbands nd wives, so far forget yourselves as to speak of. pach other's" faults to other people. Before doing this lisk yourselves 'For what did I .marry?" If you married without first considering thq eubjeetwell, you made a broad "mistake. If you 'married for beauty, wealth, to please some one else or to keep 'from beipg called'an old maid, be content with yjotir lot, or if not Content, make the best you can of JPie" situation. You don't deserve jpity, for? you shut, your' eyes and 'didn't even try to see. Now if you are unhappy, shut your eyes tfgaln ipnd try nut. to see the faults of him iwhom you wed. If you had the ,fcourage to marry i stranger and .fiave got in trouble, console your- elf'wifh the fact that you have jer formed is dangerous a feat as fiobioh did when he sank the Mer-limac. You can, seldom, stretch the truth enough to rover a lie. . Politic. have too inuny elections and too much politics in Kentucky. Much; vnluitblo energy hns been dissipated during our political campaigns, and the partisan spirit has frequently ruled when the fundamentals of human progress should have prevailed. Our campaigns of abuse aiuvillficatftms.'ltaVe frequently paralvzedj business, destroyed community jueals ami holding of piiblicllof lice, the drawing of salary and the control df party"inachinery rath-e- r than a public service have too frequently been the motive be hind the political campaigns .of j Kentucky. These things have a devastating ell'ect upon the progress of the State as well as upon its population. A Greater Kentucky. The American Press Association has been engaged to repre? sent the Times in the foreign The Times has Held. been bitten by so many foreign advertisers that we have quit ac cepting contracts for fear of mu othe,r bite. TheJAmerican Press now. stands between' this paper and all danger. This privilege is extended only to home print papers. This feature alone is worth considerable to home print papers. Chief Police lieagan, of Lexington, while trying to arrest a negro by the Smith, was compelled to engage in a battle with him tn which both the Chief and the negro were wounded. Thev will both recover. The negro was a desperate' charncter'und had Too nucli cnopera-tinn.ft.Th- e wiffltiifflWHiiwiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiniiw FOR $1.25 WE WILL SEND YOU MMMHMM (Weekly) Baaaaaaaaas THE CLAY CITY TIMES, THE QHJO FARMER, TODAY'S MAGAZINE, ONE tEAR YEAR : -- Weekly) ONE (MoB.Kiy) ONE YEAR McCALt'S MAOAZINE, - (Mciiiy) ONE YEAR 'Patterns to he selected from First Numlers of To'Jat's and 9vcCaTT Received. ' - I ONE MAE ilANTON PATTERN) ONE McCALL PATTERN ) f Undoubtedly the Season's (greatest Suhscrvfoion Bargain , THE OHIO FARMER fill Oil. minrfeH nf n rentnrv. trip Farm Paper that has stgod out from Its fellows like rnv ni .iininmfi mrnuizii n niiimv ikt: i i v mi airuiiuii ikrmir-fltlftlifti nn .vprv hftf rTllftttlnn affect nn1 fifVl lug the public la general anil the. farmer In particular; by publication, only the Its unchanging policy of accepting-foAitvrf l.lttir nf italiMri1 and rrnntflhln rnficcrns: bv its .inrnllrrlntf 'mfvfwnv nf ivprvtliltiff thnt hns rantrlbutcd . It to the betterment of the farmer,' bis family lias emblasoned Its name at the very rorefront of The American Farm Press: 777B OffO I'AtJJ.VI. l'roirt 20 to 48 pages every week, Maguzlne Section fiction; travel and science sketches, to poetry, articles for boys and girls, etc. . f na4 Si S S high-cla- ss llKGULAn riUCH, SO CENTS A YEAil. TODAVS MAGAZINE TODAY'S MAGAZINE Is a monthly and contains from 32 to 44 pacs, 11 Inches wide, IB, Incites long. It Is a large, complete woman's magazine, full ot general Information of Interest. Every issue contains attractive .articles unhleetft written liv the fnirmost men and tn tinifilv. the women of day. Its, ,pns are ull of the cjiqlret, kind, of literature, relating to hi.tory, 1ritve1,'cirtic Invention, k. art, drama, education, religion, Inulc, Xnrnioni, .necuie-wdribalraresslng, borne dressmaking, health, hygiene, cooking, short stories and serial stories. It is printed on Illustraa fine quality of paper with beautiful, tlrou-c- nt tions. It Is a handsome mniraJlne in every respect. JlKGULAll JWCE, 60 CliNTS A. YEAH. UcCALL'S. IAGAZIfE i yitKaHlOSik ntnliii trom M to 121 pages Wide and 11 inches "fnenes each mdnth.' The 'pages. long. It Is the greatest Woman's Fashion Journal in America. J t Is a large, artistic, handsomely Illustrated womaaa kmagazine. Jh lt.contaltu specur.krtlcles. and stoclej and. hew uecoranons ana drssmakimC millinery. iancy worm:.-nom- a hbusehnlrl manniieinuL 11 lliusiraies au lo ou lasnion ac- (Igns every month, some, in colors, besides numerous other attractive features .Valch have, made .this fay orlle; magazine 1H over one million1 homrs; IUJGULAH I'lUCE. SO CENTS. K YEAR. S g . VcCAllS ij arS Ias. ' arrest. , . , . . - 5- 4 JLU.LJ.L JLLV1 kJLJL I 4I Ji f Your Gain and Our Loss. ev- tescritrcould.'yo'u 'makes y6ur familV,- than a yeari subscription to theses WhatiI splendid nublicwo ris. thus'lhsuriri'c for Father,1 Motner. and the Boys' and Girls, a full supply of instr live and entertaining reading for the long Winter 'evenings that are coming At this scasdn'of the year, all sorts of combination, offers are made, most orwliifcri consist of cheap,, unknown publications that possess Very little Value Here we offer you FOUR publications.--, each of which is well known to vou as bclna dbsolutelv reliable. We feel extremely enthusiastic over this offer and. have no, licsitancy in urging our readers to subscribe. It is a genuine bargain. Take advantage of it NOW, as it may be t , withdrawn at any,. time. THIS IS THE OFFER YOU CANT AFFORD TO MISS. SIT DOWN NOW AND .: . the kind of that will will continue to. of our Home and Civic life. aid in promoting We hope to continue to enjoy the confidence and good wlU of our people here,' at home. We will strive hard to merit It , n ,(r - iittle need be laid about onr own paper. Ton t are-al- l SUIUce It lo say that aims familiar. we a paper publish with-"oan , j ; i I'. We , , SEND YOUR ORDER TO are here to give you Cash Prices on THE CIA Y CITY TIMES, CLAY CITY; KY. tamimniimninimiiniM Timber Land Wanted. President Wilson Iiaa reason to I want to buy a tract of from e pleased with the" first year's ork', since tie country is pleas- - two thousand to ten thousand acres of timber land in fee,' for immedi(! with it. 1. ate, operation. If you haVe any Some, of the fellows are just land to sell write me fully giving waiting for the waterl 'wagon lo number of acres, stating whether in :: turn a sharp corner so' they can solid trdct or not, kind'ftnd quunti-t- y . of timber per aore, on what wa :: fall oiT. ters, if any, distance from railr6ad 'When a yrYung man tells a pirl and lowest price per icre. Send he. would die for lierj these days plat or blue print if yoa haye one. she,wonders if his life is in- On receipt of this information if I sured. am interested I will jmmediately send some one to look at the land. How's This? JAMES S. LAKJN, 403 Capitol We offer One Hundred , liollars et. Charleston; W". Va, for!any , . erything or Country Produce in Exchange. All goods low in price. A full line of Men's Hats, "Liberty Special" a good brand Hat for I '$2.50. The latest style. It will pay you jvfio come to our store now. We need your t trade and will it will be appreciated. Here yre are Jews but American born. $ Come on X . Never offer" an excuse that'you wouldn't be willing to take yourr' Self. Read Thlr with Your Orders, we, will sell You Merchandise at as low margin as anyone can. Rosslyri i ! x Lowe & Crowe, . .....FT f......... TTtTT TJVTv ' ( I J II I 1 X, Merchants. - I I TTT I ..aa... ' VTTffTl ...... "we m DANIEL BOONE AXLE GREASE and see if there is not some of the-- 1 papers below that you want. It ' advance for the " ybu are paid-iTimes and want one qf the'pappre mentioned below', Subtract 50 ceqts ;. from' tire amount and send us , the , aiuerence. Tho Times and " DnilvV Courier-Journ1 11 IV f LI " i.exingion 1 ieaaer o.yOmV ,4 " Evening l'ost and ;T 3.25-ttj'- ; large wall map, " Weekly Enquirer, - LOO-Vheward caeeof Catarrh " OhinFarmer,McCall,,sA'cl.25. t tKa't cannot he cured by Hall's Timber (or hale. .80'" " Home and' arrn, cure, F. J. Cheney fc Cq About 250 acres of white oak, " Southern Agriculturist, .80 1 V' Toledo, 0 black oak, pine, 'poplar, liickory, " Inland Farmer, '; ' .60-- , fyVe, tlie un'dersigDpS, have lytlp'itnd etc. " Daily StVte, Journal to K, s ; krjown F, J. Cheney ApHl A. J. Barnett, 15 years, and believe him perfectly 1.00 Spout Spring, Ky. honorable in all business transac Shotes for Sale. tiqhs and financially able to.oarry 10 njee caltfo shotes. Weight out any obligations made by his firiii. Wuldtng. Kinnan & Marvin, about 70 pounds. n al I Ca-tar,fpr-Uiela- ' lr 'V And don't have to greate but once a week, Jtorfe m KwtKky by CHAS. Vhpleale DruggistsToledo, 0. Catarrh (Jure ja Ulcen in ternally, acting directly upon the Eldean blood and hiucous surfaces of the TfBthLoiiialjjWnt free. p(ui)ds, sytJteni. TTall's Jordon Barnett,' Spout Sprjng, Ky. HaupGO per liundr.ed tlcf t,(r 25 4h., scKs, WeteHyoith6w, and paybest market prices. We are Vel aaiabfUhed Price T.'ic pt-- r bottle. Sola , . by all. Drjgu-iMs-. , or C. STM1 ML CI. Lextaften, Ky. Take HairFamily t'iltfor'con.' atlpaUon. Atfv. routed ' !f4.7o per hundred coH'ett Iflo per S&j. IUrdwick ' &" Stanton, iwl. Ooippany, pounds, faiaidcaadoBKi'JKRfyryatf fain.seeoM tr owiniiMlM mer' ca'K Wriie.Tpr Wi) '51 tallrr i.u, lvill. ITf.irt kt price list. t: V3I ' V I BMl,.rrhdl,Wm. Senator Porter, of Webster county has a bill for a new treat-meof inebriates. When asked by President McDermott to exPAPER. A HOME-MAplain his bill he said : "This bill is to savo trouble for the THURSDAY, January 15, 1014, Sheriff when a man gets drunk or under the influence of drugs LOCAL BREVITIES. when he is out in the country. It allows his case to be taken bewho e, Iladden, of Montgomery fore the pilie county, was in the city Saturday. will handle it under the sam. procedure now requireM for the Mr. Trimble) bought several care of insane persons and head of cattle in the county lust week for Mike Wilson. Knows Mow to Handle Boot Lcggers. Mrs. AVm. 0. Maitin and son, Judge W. B. Shackleford, of Shelby, visited tier father, .J. WA Richmond, knows how to handle Oonlce, near Mt. Sterling over bootleggers. Last week Sau't Sunday. Lakes was caught with ten galH. D. Curry, of Moorefield, lons of fine brandy. When arNicholas county, visited his broth raigned before Judge Shakleford er, J. J. Gurry, and other rela- he promptly fined Lakes ?50 and tives in the' city from Saturday poured out the brandy. , till Monday. This is a good record for a new i county Judge, and we hope to The death rate in the state of Kentucky .has shown a decline of see him keep up the good work, adof one per cent, bui and hope to eeejt spread to in the city of Lou joining" local option counties and the death Tate then over to Powell. A few such s iiville has increased prosecutions us that in Powell of one per cent. will put. a stop to Powell county Neither the American Base bootleggers, as the ones engaged ball League, nor the National in the work have not more than League will sign contracts for the price' of 10 gallons of good the new year with players who brandy. Will not agree to refrain from the use of intoxicants during the. Worms Cause of Your Child's Pains. baseball season. A foul, disagreeable breath, dark circles around the eyes, at times An Estill county boy has cheeks caueht a yellow rabbit and has feverish, with great thirst, flushed and then pale, abdomen it now in a cage. This is the cramping pains first yellow rabbit that we have swollen with sharp are all indications of worms. Don't yet heard of. We have seei white rabbits, black rabbits, bu let your child suffer Kickapoo relief have yet not seen theSyellew Worm Killer will give sure It kil's the worms while its laxarabbit. tive effect add greatly to the health of your child by removing the danAh Ideal Woman's Laxative. r gerous Who wants to take salts, or and disagreeable elfect of oil, when there is nothing bet- worms and parasites from the syster than Dr. King's New Life PiU tem. Kickapoo Worm Killer as a for all bowel troubles. 4ney act gently and naturally on tlfe stom health producer should be in every ach and liver, stimulate jSjid'regu household.' Perfectly safe. Buy a s Price 25c. All late your bowels and tofie up the box or by mail. Kickapro Indian entire system. Price, "ZS" At all Druggists. H. E. Buokl?& Co., Medicine Co., Philadelphia or St. I,uIh. 'Philadelphia or St. Louis. nt DE int. liMbb. To Handle Inebriates. The Jackson court house hns $1,-100- just been treated to a new clock . in the cupola at a cost of Af Ii. Mauppin, formerly of this city, now a jeweler of Jackson, put in thb clock and has.been USE HOPE $ MILLS FLOU K AN UNEXPECTEPGUEST for luncheon or dinner will enjoy the delightful trial of bread that is made from the Pearl Hour. The 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-mad- e employed by the Fiscal court to keep the same in repair. Attack of Appendicitis. Edward Hose returned home . Has nearest-magistrat- from above Jnckson Friday after-noosuffering from what later proved "to be appendicitis. The attack was not severe enough to advise an operation, iuhI Dr. Martin, the attending physician, thinks that an operation can be avoided, at least for the present , time. n Made by J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, Ky. Iwo-tcnth- s four-tenth- For Frost Bites and Chapped Skin. For frast bitten ears, fingers and toes; chapped hands. and lips, chilblains, cold sores, red and rough skins, there is nothing to equal Bucklen'e Arnica Sale. Stops the pain at once and heals quickly. In every home there should be a box handy all the time. Best remedy for all skin diseases, itchine eczema, tetter, piles, eto 25c. All druggists or by mail. " II. K. Buck-Je- n & Co., Philadelphia or St. Louis. Candy Party. When in Need of Builder's Hardware, Cabinet Mantles, Grates, 'Tiles, Masters Ishmeal and Shirley Potts and Miss Hoyt Patton entertained a lage crowd of their playmates Saturday night with a candy party.' All reported a fine time. Miss Hoyt and her mother returned to their home in Cincinnati Sunday. Wonderful,Cough Remedy. New Discovery is known everywhere as the remedy which will surely stop a cough or cold. D. Pff Lawson, nf Eiiisnn, Tenn. writes'Dr. King's New Discovery-i- V anost wonderful cough,, cold im throat and lung medicine I evy sold in my store It can't be beat. It sells without any trouble at all. It needs no guarantee." This ix true, because Dr. King's New Discovery will relieve the most obstinate of coughs colds. Lung trouble quickly helped by its use. You should keep a bottle in the house at all times for all the members of the family. 50c and $1.00. All Druguists or by mail. II. E. Bucklen & C , Philadelphia and St. Louis. Cooking or Heating Go to or Write Stoves, Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, Dr. King's Winchester, - Ky. -- cas-w- to-da- Drug-gist- mmmm . : i Gome, to Our Store f And let us show you what a nice line of goods we carry. Hay tor Sale. Baled timothy, clover, oats and peavines, by or the tin It, the ton or Apply at this otlhe. car load. We are Hutting the Prices on Win- e Our stock of Dry Goods, Notion1-- , Groceries, Hardware, Clothing, Shoes and etc. is replete with TREES Space Later. ! Fruit and Shade, Shrubs, ter Goods. See this drape Variety, Style on4 Aitalf-fciuvt yuan THIS COMBINE!) WITH OUR r Vines, Peonies, Phlox, Rhubarb, Roses, etc., etc. Everything for ORCHARD, NO AGENTS LAWN and GARDEN. GROWERS FREE CATALOGS OF WHAT WE SELL. 1841 1913 Hardwick Low Prices jjjSy H. F. HiIIcnmeyer& Sons, Lexington, Ky. ! S.? ?,? VXVXVXK Make it to your Interest to give us a good share of your trade. Wa strive to please our customers t be- CAPITA! HTOOlC, SI 00,000 UOO.OOO cause we,kn'W satisfied customers are our best assets. SUHl'DUH AND I'KOFITS, TUB & & Co., STANTON. r Yours to please, "Winchester Bank. A ok Winciintmh, Ky. kiihi-uon- IALDRGN & JOHNSON, Ky. m N.ltoi.Lv With W. H. Bl'IIAK, , 1M ' 15 -- kn. ;J Oahuihh. U Waltersville, YOUK ACCOUNTH HOT.IOITKD w&aamam&swsmwem rra i'i tKs vi v: ;v r- it v;.vt Vt.K J ."if, SHERIFF'S SALE of Land for TAXES. will, a: the Court House door in Stanton, Ky, on Monthly, t'V-2nd between tlio hours of 10 n. in. imd 1 p. m., it being County Court Day, offer for salr the followiii" land or so much thereof as in:iy be noeessary to satisfy all tax due the State, county, and school districts together to cover penalty and cost as is shown following each name. T. C. HALL. Kx.Sheriir, V. Co. T . Maulfterial Precinct N. 2. Barker, Madison, 1 Cl iyCy. $3.1)8 ot, value-S- l, . John, 40acr value Bowles, 5. 41) 105, it.lj Mike King lot Daniel 0 F,' Clay Cy. 4.2(1 value 203 1 ClayCy. MargN-'t- , Jones, 1 no lot, vulue 42, vulue Mapel. S M, T02a 30.515 Led ford 2310 adj B. Martin, J 11, 1 Clay Cy. lot 4.22 value 105 ' Xeal, Caro'ine, 1 Clay City 4 80 lot value 315 Patton. AIT 1 Clay Cy Jot 0.44 value 315 Stokelv, Elija 4 Clay C;ty 4.1)0 loin vjilue 15 , Brown Ju- - 25a val 105 tidj 1 hiitinnn NViTlliiOa val 210 0.83 adj' Dan Belomy . Notice to Public. Fitepatnek valuu ' . Kelley heirs 40 acres value vul, 70 .lanns. Luther, . 2.50 adj J A Rose 5,12 Dawsonheirs, Boun., value adjoirx Wm Brise" 85:5, adjoins Milt Hudson, Smithers Hifhnrd 5a value . 2.1b E .1 5.0a value 53 US adjMeadowH Alort-12 atlj Thos. Souili 4.83 Dawson. Chan., 25 acre!', Melvin Wilkt-rMiFannie 25 acres value 10o, adjoins W. M. val 108 Powell .laeoh 75acr ' 2 10 val 53 jidj Abe Taylor -EverniPii, 3.52 . adjoins .las. Reed Evormuti, Hirhard) 45 acres t val 42 Magisterial Precinct No. 3. Townsend W II 3d 2..S4 value 105, adj ,. 2.03 1 Stanton adj tleo Townsend Hloiim, value Guy, u. M., 5 West, belle 140a val 147 15.52 lot value 1102. !! OS S158, ndj. Jake'Gentry, , 3 30 adj G A Crabtree Bimthe Henry 40a valie 7!) ' Powell, G. , fi Clay Cy. 5 10 White Win 20aerts val 52 adj ,S Brandenburg 0 51! lots, Tulut 105, 2.10 adj Dan Ahner Conwav W AI oO.icr value Pigg, .r L., 20 acres, vul.,, G.17 John 4l0a vaI O.30 158 a.lj G C Caml.ell 12.10 ad j Nick Robert-Holder Chas. oOu value 52 Snowden, J. A. 35a., val-- , Bra.-50a val 15S 4 81 E Randalls Baker adj Uf 105, adjoin J. D Snow0.17 t'djoiut) LiItLljake'r( llolhin Elija. an value 200 - 0.55 ' den, val 53 ,1 J Derickt-o5.3G C O- - W Drake adj Wade, W.'m, 40a, val. 105, 4 84 adj Mart Rogers Hampton, Mary, 20,at-readj 2.82 value value 27 atlj S Brandenburg 1.07 Friend Winstin .50a Burnett,- - Dillnrd, 10 acres, . , 5.48 105 adj Win Meadows Jones T C, 10()a value 105 val. 32, adj. Win. Wells, 4.55 5.4!) ' Hall U II 30a Vaiu 53 adj adj Cliff Muriin Burnett. N W, On, value53, 4 84 .las Rogers Jolinson, Zeldn l()0u value !!() L. Burgher, adj. B. 2 .1 Jolinson 52a 100 adj 2.8 Meadows T. G. Gar., Nnlaud hciif, 15'i, vulue32, 2.30 Ky .Telephone Co. val 2500 34.8!) value G2 .adj .1 B Rogers 1.91 adj. Geo. Dunaway, Hail Wade la v.24-aMeadows Jackson 50 acres Z Hall 4.45 Tipton, Jus , 25a, value 42, 2.18 val 52 adj Win, Meadows Jaukson, Luciaii. 5.i vul 7!) adjoins Press Smith, . 2.03 Meadows Win 30a valuo32 1G 5 adj Thos Cbaney o.. i:.. it hppiiii, ounie, ta acres, 2.48 iitljoins Fred Kinser. Mcintosh A J. Boundary, vhJ 75, adj M Tipton, 2 51 Prolit J M 4,0a vjjf 105 adj 0.83 val 210 adj A D Kirk AildeiHon.Thnrton. in vul. 5W Geo Uood-uRandalls Man 5()a v;d 105 4.40 . 820, adj. Jan.' Gay, Powell OS 34iWf84 adj adj Chiis Holder 2S '.Abbott heirs, 3n, vaf21, adj 5.21 II L..well Ramlalls Laura 40. i value v James 1.77 5.49 50a 105 adj H..gers Enoch 5 48 105 dj James Forehter Crawford. Urns, G5 n, value R..liins. Miles 4Ua vslueH4 'Roberts II, .M 50a vain 105 , ,540 adjoins Killi Wan-5.21 12.10 W M Conawaj 4 41) dj Geo Mul ins adj Hampton, U F, 75Htre-- , val i .pence.r W L 100.1 val 210 G.83 ... LIS. nili A Rib R 17 o 4, Magitteriul I'lieu: . tdj RohJJelomy j u.H C F 12a value 53 Nee, Arnistead, 40ac. value Tijiton Busjis Armimt 75a value 4.84 381 idj rertnn .lolinsou 42. adjoins T HEastin 4.0S 10s adj J P Lewi val 158 Wyuioie E A 75a 3.52 adj MariO" Mulllns, Wasson John 30a .val.32 4.50 .ulj I II Howell Magisterial I'recinct No: IJranum, James, Boundary, valuu $109, adjoins Peter 1. E Hose Garrett Sanford 7ueref value 105 adj J M Kennon S 1.U0 field into the nirtst productive spot on your farnr. Gootl tile, 4 84 'properly plnced, not only earrie- oil surplus water, if admits itir to the still and maker, it to work. 0.S3 It improves n nysoil. The (ncreace in the value,'of.tlie land Is many 4.83 lime! thjB.eost of the tile Tlie first year's crop from tiled limit pays MaciBterinri'reeinet JJn. 5. for it. Any bodv can do the work Bowen, Itees, 2' town hits, Write for particu-- 1 successfully. 0 value 203 lars or nt out plant. Bowen Rex 150a val 158 4.07 Red'River Brick & Tile "uilj E 1' MorelHii'd Birch Abe ?6'acres value :5 4) Company, 5 10 adj Win, Bribcoe 70 Howell Owen,10a value 42 KENTUCKY STATU (i.22 atlj' NFulks Jleans Cleveland 2u Value 20, adj Ky. U.Co. Rice Win 40irval 70 aij 1'owuselid heirs Spiirkd .1 A 25a value 53 adj Robt Boyd Towpsend NVmOOa value 210 nili Jamts.'Mays Townsend Marshal, Boun , . val 53 adj UobtsBoyd J1I, Bun , Farm Drain Tile Make 4.10 Your Wft Land Productive. v 4 48 By thu Use of drain tile you cat. turn that low, wet, useless, swam-p- ' I shall open bv'oHice for nctivo practice January 1, tijid ehall have as a partner Dr. Woodroir J. Flowers, of Oohmfbin, KVm Dr. Flowers has built up a largo practice in Columbia, in a few vears but abandons it for a larcu ileld. He is HO years old, in thn tir.me of u vigorous nmnhooti, and it is enouuh for my friendto say that 1 have chosen him as my professional associnto. M. S. Browno. -- 7.-5- NrMND, raafffV'R PI 1 KY. a Tralnlnz ilscliool for Teachers 6 Our llfii iWI. etcbvuU Ictdln t ! rtemrBtif ra-- nt 5;4!l Yni af Ktnimelr, Rpjcl lierry, ndj W .1 Hanics - ' 4 08 mtr I OC YEARS' EXPERIENCE SEE Designs Copyhiohts Ac ' - , I , Anrone lendtnff a nketrh nnjl description may qnlcklr tucertnlii our opinion free whether an Commnnlfiw tiiTCiif inn ! probnblf TiAtentfaMn. (lonintrletlrconllJoutlal. HANDBOOK on I'atcnU amit free. Oldest apencr for lecurrmr pat en i. Munn A Co. recelTC I'oicuU taken tbroairh tptcial notice, without charge, in tbe handsomelr lllnstratad welr. Trcnt 13 of an? iclenlloo Journal. Terim. a renri foarmoiitbi.fi. Sol J bj all nawsdralers. 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