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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): January 29, 1914 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1914 cla1914012901_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 29, 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. t mLFlCITY TIMES 81.00 a Year in Advance. W are here to heip Glafelj the Sorrooniibc Coantry an. Ourselves. 1. I'. Hurgticr, I'ublisticr. VOL. XIX. Railroad Indicted. Wo sec where tlio L. & N. rail- Seeing the Error of CLAY CITY, ;Kg Mis THURSDAY. JANUARY 20. J9M. ' NO. 5. dance bo left oil' altogether. Still the editor has no censure for those who attend and give well conducted dances. As regarded by many of our good people, it in merely an unchristian source of amusement, and not a serious breach of morals. Those who are looking at it in this light however, should study well Bro. Derthick'-warning, and take heed that they do not lend encouragement to its impending evils. i road has been chester in two the public county, one of reduction ot Liquor. .Many oWke big distilleries of Last fall when the amendment indicted at Win- to change to Constitution so as to io' statelhaye announced that cases for obstruct-in- s classify property for taxation they wiiHrutVpnly half time this highways in Clark was before the voters, the Times year. Tiieyiwy there is an over liquor now in the them in Winches-tor- . warned them against the amend- production Way. To Cut dives Timely Warning. We Tire glad to see this ment. road made to observe the law somewhere sometimes or pay the penalty for not so doing. This voad seems to hale a free right in Powell. Not jnany months ago this road blocked a street crossing in this city for an iioirr and a half or more, and there was interlady who cepted a was sick and was bringing a sick child to the doctor for treatments The sun was shining hot ami the child was nearly overcome with heat. There was no prosecution for this ofliense. And strange, further to say, the road had not even the sign of "Railroad crossing" as'the law provides at this place. , At Bowon last fall, we have been informed, a train or some cars at least, remained the road ten hours or more, and nothing has been said or done about that. Another violation of law on the wholesale scale was in the complete obliteration last fall of signs "Railroad crossing" at Rosslyu, Pow. ell's Valley, and the Mastin crossing, and we learn every other v crossing in the coon ty. The prosecuting p.flScjajL'a,. notice was weli-kiww- n -- A. W -- indictment! were made-fo- r there violatipns.' The Times has nothing against the L. A N. railroad except wfii we havo against every othertte-lato- r of the lawi of our Stat; We believe "all men are eTal", and farther believe that U corporation should be equal wild all men in observing the latf. Allowing railroads to violate the laws of our State at will is what timqkjes a distaste against the ire We believed then the change was to-- .give an oveu greater opportunity for corpora tion tax dodgers to get in their cheat and swindles A bill was prepared to" bo passed by the Legislature, thinking that the a mendment which passed was Sood, but which has since been declared illegal by the Court of Appeals on account of the length of time the amendment were ad vertised. Secretary of Agriculture Newman, who was last fall for the amendment, now sees like the Times saw then and s"till sees. To the Legislative Committeo on Revenue and Taxation last week Mr. Newman said that in his and that of many farmers of the State, based upon what they had read n the newspapers, the bill looking to a change of Kentucky's tax system, as at present drawn, will afford no re lief to the farmers as a class. He claims the farmers are paying an excessive share of taxes under the present system. He declared that no provision whatever, so far.as.h0 could learn, had been, wade whereby owners of intangible ttfopMty would be made to b a tJ&ei t i mi' b r'o do fh oh. o f' thfe Uxmt&ett. He said that until some system had. been devised whereby hidden wealth would be brought to light and taxed at a fair ,cash value the owners of warehousesjjnd that the high $g prices ot corn appears to tnem nn inopportuue time' to load up any further Could ifc bjjjiossible that this decision ouMeirs is in any way responsiblemor the dcclino of corn? O'nejthin lg is sure, if the corn is notmueea up in muKing whiskey, ijiih.ust be sold for feeding purposes. In this way it looks. veryl&a8onabIe that the chill in the twhi9key business is at least partially responsible for the LimitinKhSloutput of the big distilleries. pfvhe countries looks peculiar tooitythis juncture. It being the riwtera epoch, when counties apdVTstates are so last going dry. otfil the wets tell u the consumption of whiskey in creases as tirejmperance wave spreads. ' Inhd face of all the sh we are inclined to believe thaF; o a small degree decline-iH'-Corn- . at least, "Prohibition does the gft'ed advocates of Pro-hibit," temperance (?) to the contrary, notwunsmnuujg. Death tangible property, like the farmers of Kentucky, would continue to "be the goats". Mr. Newman said the farmers kpew that all the jewelry iu Jef ferson count v had been valued at $164,000 for taxation purposes in the returns of the Assessor, but that any afternoon one could visit the Seelbach rathskeller and see diamonds to that value dis played upon persons seated a- bout tables. "The farmers know the mer chaut in Louisville and elsewhere throughout the State insures his stock of goods for $10,000 for in stance, and places a valuation of $2,000 on it for taxation purpos es," Mr. Newman said. Twenty Cases !, 'JOood -- Place After Ah. 'W sometimes thiuk Ciy City is a very poor newspaper town, but when we observe some of our most worthy exchanges we change our mind. Wo know of four or five local papers publish ed in good towns that carry no local merchants advertising at nil while others have but one or two In every instance, howev er, the bauks of these towns pat. ronizo the home papers advertis ing columns. The Times is far better off than this. Wo do have all the time no less than live merchants in the county repre sented in our advertising col ii in us, besides our bank mid oth er business. Come to think a bout itguess (Jlay City is a pret tv good newspaper town after all. At least aB compared with Home other towns the same si.u or larger. ' - at Winchester. The Winchester papers admit that there are twenty cases of small-Doin the city and the county. A pest house has been built to care for the patients. Clav Citv people going to this had better look a leetle out or thev. will necessitate the building of a pest house in Powell county. x $n.n Monday the 26th, Mnsseneill Kivtin, an old and JvalusdilizcMadgaw-jiada,- , uieu Buuuenix in." ma ciukj-fourt- h year;. He shad, started. to build a fire.in an and had brought in a putitou And then started to bring in some small wood. ""When 'hp reached the door he fell back ward in the floor and died almost instantly.- Uncle Martin was the son of a pioneer of Powell county,. and ha'd a host of descendants through thetountry,, and all were his friends who knew him. H4was a soldier of the Civil War, serving in. Company I., 5th Ky. Volunteers, 0. S. A., and many of his old Confederate comrades are left to mourn his leaving and to recount his valor on the blcody .fields of those fearful da vs. He was laid to rest at the old graveyard at Chopped Chestnut, where many of.lus people lie, waiting, like him, the Resurrec tion. We tender To his folks and friends our sincere sympathy, and point toiis quiet life as an example' vorthy,;of the following, ' tf MiiseBtfll Martin. fire-plac- e, Our correspondent, at Stanton has a rigorous and scathing arti cle this week oh the dance. This is one subject that, the editor is not well versed upon, as we nev-e- r gave the subject any special study, and never attended a dance in our life , therefore we havo never seen a set danced. Our scribe has it pictured in very bad light. We have heard other ministers sp'eak of it in similar manner. We know of a number of nice people, respectablo people, who do attend balls and feel that, they do themselves no harm. We know, however, from all of what we have heard of some dances it must be as Bro. Derthick pictures it. It is well enough that Powell county people take warn ing at Bro. D.irthick's article and guard against a further degradation of our boys and girls through the indulgence of the dance. Like the Stanton minister, the editor believes the dance is bet ter left oft', even though we may now have a number of harmless dances during the season, we see and know that the tendencies are not pure, later snmo se rious evils may result. Some of the dance claim that there are a number of plavs in our young folks', parties that are worse than the p evalent daivo. TQ'thtSjWe. agree, butw jdp .not iBoarae iiicc piaya uujr mute than' we da the dance. To avoid every appearancerol.evil it is well that the rude plays and the well-regulate- .... m Hits the Nail on the (lead The Estill Tribune a modern d good roads booster, in speaking of the benefits of good roads anil other things, sensibly concludes by saying : "This town and county will never progress very much farther until the public roads aro improved, and very greatly improved. Talk about car shops, railroad yards, factories, and the like, they are all good in a way, but nothing will iusure the real, per manent prosperity of this county until we have good roads." Es- till Tribune. A sweeping complaint of tho ad freight rates on coal maintained bv tho L. & N. and other carriers, is made in a petition filed with the Interstate Commerce Commission at Washington Tuesday by the Bush Creek Mining btheY&; 5 and Manufacturing Company and bfKnbx bounty." visiti- - Mrs. Ellen McKinney is ng- relatives and friends vine this week. at Ir- back-lo&an- d Better than Usual. - See change in llardwick & Company's advertisement. This is one of the leading mercantile firms of tho.county, and they may be depended upon to simply their trade with the best of everything and, too, nt the lowest price. Our roads a'r.o better than usu al hi the winter, owing o the small amount of raiufail. There has not been a tide of any im portaiico this winter, and the HVodhead.lJ arret t suv mill has not yet got to start up. ' no good. For Sale Sweet cjoynr seed, white and yelA nicu corresiioudenee from Dr. Martin reports the birth low bloom, at farmers, prices, liowen was rei;efvei too late for publication thrsr,woik hut will of a boy to! Mr. and Mis. 'EiA Write to R. K. Prudy. "appear in nextfeek's iv-uFalfuoutb, ,ly. the 27th. MftrtTn.Tiiesdn 1 hand. Bailey, our skilled blackDavid Landsaw, one of our smith, visited his home folks at hustling log hauling contractors, Campton Saturday and Sunday. took in Court day at Mt. SterlGeo. P. Burke, of the Rosslyn ing last Monday, no reporta mills, spenfa few pleasant hours stock still high on the markets in our little village one day this there. week. Hon. H. G. Garrett, of Winr The enterprising general chester, was a visitor to our of affairs here, Mr. F. S. camps one night this week. He Brown, was a visitor to Mnriba was pleased with tho way the Saturday night. logging interests of the Jerry Gilbert, of Le county, Co., were being has finished his logging job and handled here. gone home to clear up a lot of Co., are The Brodhead-Garret- t new ground this Spring. filling the north fork of Red rivAns. Noland, one of our bes er plumb full of all kinds of workmen, is quite ill at this logs. The booms at Clay City writing. Dr. Knox, of Nadu, may look out when the right saying it may develop into a se- kind of a tide gets a move on things up this way. rious case of pneumonia. Sheriff Derickson was circulatTom McCoy, late of Roger's ing in our parts one day this Chapel, now of Valley Creek, week, looking for what he might Tennessee, was over to see us find and finding, some of what Monday, looking well and hup, x ho. wos looking for. py. Ho is with Mr. 0. O. Floth-e- r Look Out for Seed Swindles. This is the season of the year and others in a large hickory Ballinger Ledford, wild lives wood plant somewhere about when you will read descriptions Campton, got sick tho first lullico, where they hope to anof wonderful new plants jut-- of the week and went home nex some of I'ucle Sam's cruqi found. The descriptions are al- doctor up. "They miss him in promises to pay. "Unohoo." ways supplied by unreliable seed concerns striving to cudgell your The best lubricathi, money without giving value rewithout carlon Hotter let the other ceived. follow try the experiment before you spend too much. We speak We as one havingxperieiieo. have spent nany of our hard- earned dollars trying new seeds and. plants, uut" ni nearly every A nerfettoll for either alroolal or water instance luivouuiul the plants 1'ennsyl. 'enofe.1 .utomcihliva. , ftray's Branch. the log woods, where h&is a fine jj. F. man-age- et -- ut t -- vanla Crude. A ialu. thin, high tire te.t oil whlchN feeds fretlv. Poshi ely free from carbon. On your n.1M.ha.a e,t ..... 1,1,1 nt Yin Parti Aiitn Oil utll fur nlah rRERone&Scal. steel barrel with faucet, tine to use by silos. you for pennanent storage. Trice of ol I In Irsa UU., 48c el U,.iJ . CIWS. C. ST0LL OIL CO. "En.iline". 0,i f. .ar ipliWtfsris..lia.es.la.i. nJtnf. Jf ? e.' t Ittue, Ura sil. tr.sjJi.i.s sil. Made from finest ft rW - moderation and of wisdom come For years the .citizens of Louiswith curative power of healing ville aud the, Veil v have been ut balm. It was needful that they the mercy of the Pell telephono lie spoken. They are time, they monopoly, paying all tho while PUBLISH UP KVKKY THURSDAY. are in the very nick of time, for extortion rates. The city held they have been made possible bv out aud have now got the cum Subscription rates 81 a year or three very recent events in our indus puny going. 'The company oilers trial history, 'I he musters of to pay subscribers ut the city 3'ears in iiilvunce 5$2. ubiisiness 011 the great scale have ImcK $1137,000.00 us u cumpro JE. IJurnhcr, Publisher. begun to yield their preferences niise. Louisville is an aggressive and purpose perhaps their judg city and usually gets whut it s Entered as mail matter. meut also, in honoruble surreu wunts. Ihis city is now 111 a Thursday, - - January 20, 1914 der. Until Mr. Wilson spolje no tustle with the unscrupulous L. President sincetho beginning of & N. railroad over switching the tirst nun trust suit has been privileges. The city will win out CLUB KATES. 1:: the end, wenre sure, 'because For tbo'convenience of our sub able to say that. scribers, we have, arranged club rates In addition to legislation sug the city is right, though, howev with the following papers at prices gested in the above named mes or, wo do not say that right al Deiow mentioned: sage, it is quite certain that wuys prevails, but it will eventThe Timk8 and " Cincinnati Enquirer $1.10 Congress will shortly pass a law ually prevail if people in the right will contend against the 1 00 restricting immigration from for " Louisville Herald 80 eign countries. Home and Farm Heretofore, im mighty to the lust ditch. " Inland Farmer 80 migration has frequently reached " Southern Agriculturist SO and slightly passed the million Commissioner's Sale. The President's message which mark per year, but the year of Powell Circuit Court. was delivered to Congress per 1911 broke all records and some thing like one million and six M. It. Lylc, Admr., Ac, Plaintiffs, sonally by the President, the versus (1,000,000) same as all of his previous mes hundred thousand G. W.Lylo nnd heirs, &c Defendants, has made a remarkable im were received into this country Sages, Notice of Sale in Epuity. pression on the entire country. Twenty and thirty years ago the By virtue of a judgment nnd order of .Mr. Wilson has the most extra immigration from abroad was of sale of the Powell Circuit Court, ren ordinary endowment of common a very desirable quality but the dered at the June term, 1011, there 'sense of auy President within kind that is now coming in is of in tho above' cause, "the underthe 2nd day of Feb.. 1914, ..the lust fifty years. His lirst largely from the South of Europe signed will on m.orthercubout, (being md instead of being an asset to at 1 o'clock p. messsage dealt with tho tariff, Court Day,) I will as Com'r., proceed to Jiis second message relating to the country they become bur offer for sale nt Public Auction to the legislation urged Cougress lo pass dens. They are unwilling as a highest bidder, on a credit of six an elastic currency bill. The rule to work on our great farms twelve$and eighteen months, at the former became a law on October in the south and west', and hun Court House door, Stunton, Ky., the property mentioned in the judgment, !lrd, and the latter on December dreds uf thousands of them hang &3rd. tract of land on Hard wick's creek These t wo great measures around the large cities, lured ly and beimrout of and known as the Geo. W Lyle, Sr., having been written in" our Stat the bright of home farm and adjoining the ute book, he now urges Congress employment most ofr the time, I. T. Sams Heirs', Bud Bush, lands It. D. they, become criminals, such as t,o take up the trust question Daniel, Jeff Wright und O. C, Daniel, The main provisions which he the "black hand society" aud the Jr., and containing about 220 acres, or , desires to bo enacted into laws "New York guutnein", or else sufficient thereof to produce $ they become paupers undjthus a so ordered to be made. are as follows: be required to The nurchaser1 w 1. Prohibiting interlocking charge on the public. The bill gtve bona, wan app led security, for now before Congress provides u mu mage money, so directorates of great corporations payment ui wiej t of.a Replevin especially prohibitiug.ouo) who is mong other things a literacv test have.. the lorce an Bond, bearing le. which will Keep of day of sale, accord! to crest irom the law. n uireccor in a greap manuiacmr- to Bidders ing concern fiotn serving on u them out of this country. 'Such wjth these will be prepared will comply be reterms. A lien a law passed Congress twenty .board of directors of any trans tained on the property sold till all the years ago aud the last thing that purphase money is paid,. portation company that moves the manufactured products Presidnt Cleveland did was to Bond payable to Commissioner. UOMULUS JACKSON, veto it, which of itself is pretty thereof. Master Coinmissioner Powell O. 0. good evidence that it was a mer 2. Prohibiting railroads from issuing stocks and bonds forlarg- - itorious law and the last thing ,er amounts than the value of the that President Tuft did was to Commissioner's Sale. road. This measure will keep veto almost the same identical J'owell Circuit Court. "water" out of railroad stocks in bill which is quite conclusive proof that the bill wus a patriot Consolidated Casualty Co., Plaintiff, the future. versus 3. A provision for punishing ic one. Mr. Wilson is tho great Wm, D. Cruwc, Ac, Defendant. 'the guilty individual instead of est statesman who ever entered Notice of Sale in Koulty. White House and he quite By virtue of a judgment and order the business where the law is the opposite of Tuft and isCleve the of sale of the Powell Circuit Court, violated. land, and it is well understood rendered at the Nov. Term, 1913, 4. A provision forbidding one thutht will sin the bill when thereof In the above cause, tho under corporation from owning an- it is presented for his signature signed will on the2nd day of Feb., 1014, He has been outspoken on the at 1 o'clock p. m., or thereabout, (being other. importance of this matter and Court Day,) I will as Com'r., proceed to , When laws remedying the has frequently said that this offer for Bale at Public Auction to the country should not be a dumping highest bidder, on a credit of six evils have been made tho greater part of the uround for the "criminals, mis and twelve months, at the Court wrong doings of the trusts and chief makers and paupers of Ilouso door, Stanton, Ky,, the property mentioned In the judgment, big business will bo cured. Here Europe. Being a certuin tract or parcel of Wo noticed an annouecement tofore tho Government has been by tho express companies in u land lying inPowell county, Kentucky, prosecuting business concerns on tho waters of middle fork of Bed recently in lUver, being tho samo land convoyed, to moro for the purpose of political Lexington paper ofl'ect than for accomplish'ugany which we see a sweeping reduc J. Y, Norman by It. Jackson, Commisreal benefit to the people. Pres- tion in rates between that city sioner of, Powell Circuit Court by deed bearing date; March ident Wilson's message is a and other large cities. In most ed in deed Book No.27, M12and record15, page- 86, Counwholesome inspiration to all le- cases the rates are cut in two. ty "Court Clerk's olllco and conveyed by gitimate industries and enter- "What has caused that?" did J. V. Norman to the Consolidated Cas prises to get busy and make you say? The parcels post, of ualty Company by deed dated May 28, thiugs hum as they have nothing course. lOompetitinu. ,11 ml the 1012 and convoyed to Wm. Crowo by to fear from tho Government as express companies given us rea Consolidated Casualty Company, by deed dated March 28, 1013, Contain long as they behave themselves1 sonable rates two years ugo, ingacres moro or less. Bounded properly. In- other words the there would have been no heed on the north by the property pf Jesslo Givo us Forkncr, on the south by that of Win. policy of the President is to for tho parcels post. make tho Government a correct- competition and let us keep np Uoiven, on tho east by that of Wm., ive power, to correct the abuses competition and the rates will Crowe and on the west by that of Jessie Forkner, or to What is produce 1025.20, sufficient thereof bo of big business rather than to an- regulate themselves. so ordered to tagonize it as heretofore. Ho keeping thiugs up 60 high today made. bays that antagonizisui between in most cases is nothing but moDie nurchaser will bo rcnuired to bond, with approved security, for business and Government is over nopolization. Shortugu of an ar- give payment of the tho purchase money, to and our object is uot to unsettle ticle only justifies an increase of have the force und effect of a Replevin Bond, beuring Icwil Interest business but to build it up. The prices. The shortage has caused day of sale, according law, from the to New York Times which iB one of tho advance in farm products, Bidders will bo urenared to cnmnlv the ablo aud patriotic independ- and this is legitainute, but this with tliu'u terms. A lien will b re tained on the ent papers of tho country, com- is not the case with most miinu purchase money lurid sold .till all tho U,pald ' products, the only Bond payable to Commissioner. ments on the message as a wholo factured us follows : trouble being'.u combination for ItOMULUS JACKSON, "These wcrds of prudence, of greed aud gain. Master Com'r PowellJCircuIt Court. THE TIMES. I The Clay City National v Wants the business of all who value - Courtesy, Safety and second-clas- Good Methods. ,'. Capital. - $25,000.00 Surplus. 6,000.00 Shareholders' Liability, 25.000.00 Clay A City Quarter National of a Century in Bank, CLAY CITY, KENTUCKY. Clayity. rPrepare I for the Cold By Coming to . Weather and buying what comfortable SHIMFESSEL'S clothing you need. Everything to-w- lt: V lit-ht- s -- i " : . tWo-'thir- Suits for Men and Boys, CLOAKS and SUITS for Women and Girls. " They are made to fit and to be Stylish too. 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Tula book will Interest aud lilrVi aa laak Fraa vrui I . .. PIANO CO., 1384 Slnrok UUfi., CTllCACfJ N NEWS. Miss Mary; L'vle was a visitor at Nnda Sunday! .. Burnam Skidmoro made a trip to Nadu his week. D. It. Clark made a business trip to Jackson l:is.t week. ii. II. Fuller muric a business 6 Lexington Tuesday of this week. - Charley L'owell, of Loo county, was a visitor in our town one 'day this week. trip ( ,i." . Jtev. J. 0. Hanley and wife were in, Nada over Sunday where Mr. Hanley preached. Mrs. Henry Morris hns been dangerously sick this week but at this writing is some better. The writer was on '.Quicksand in Breathitt'couiity this week in the interest of Sunday school ' work. Mr. James Ewen and George Stephens left for Winchester Monday morning to attend County Court. Miss Esther Broad is sick with symptoms of mumps. Mis9 Daisy Johnson also is sick with same symptoms. Clifton Chaney has bought 'pome fine horses preparing for 'the work of the fram he recent-- i ly purchased.. John Burgher was home for Sunday with his family. He is "working on the new railroad from Winchester to Irvine and 'doing well. Among those at Stanton were Jake Neal, of Rosslyn, 'Mr. Ford, of Dundee, Tom Ponder, of Filson, and W. H. of,.Slade. Mr. Sam Lewis, Misses Anna May McCourt and Florence were of Winchester, pleasant visitors to our genial Mr. James Shea. John Chaney, who has been Working at Fenwick with the concrete bridgje workers, has liis position to accept an. Mon-Ma- y Led-tfor- d Gil-kerso- n, other at L. & E. Junction. Mrs. Ben Throckmorton left for Lexington and Louisville before returning homo again. In Louisville she will visit her sisters and brother tliero and other relatives., ,. Ephriam Hatton, of Hatton, Creek, was stricken, down with appendicitis and taken to the hospital at Lexington by Dr. Johnson wliere an operation was made. At this writing he is J. T. Adams and his son, Will-iam- , etopped ov'er night with Mr. Jesse Crowe Friday night. William left Saturday morning for' his homo in Michigan after sev. eral weeks visit with frit'iuls and relatives in our county. Dudley Caudill left Monday mprning fdr;lrchmond where he will enter State. Normal School for thec&tning term., Wo forsrot to mention lust week thut Miss Janie Fulks'who won the gold medal at lialltlral School Exhibit was a pupl of Dudley's. Mr. Hami'nonds and his wife will move to our town in ft few days whoro Mr. Hammonds will accept a .position us bookkeeper Company. for the llardwi'ck Thoy will occupy thu home where Wm.'HarJwick llyes und they will move 'to Mrs. Bettie V are glud to homo.' ' Mr, Hammonds and welcome wife tour'town. Hard-wick's Mr. JofiHanii from Missouri, nro visiting old fere'nUyothe dance. The friends and, relatives in our by several midst.' This Is Ihelirst visit they to give'theiminips of thnfo who have niadu here since they left attended-.- a? recent dance. For Kentucky BO years ago. Many shniiie to'fhe cause of Christ, lit? We who u re' tile have been reathg the interest- will not ilo?i and women have ing accounts ln'tho Winchester Christian papers by Mr. Kannals iff the no rlditlte go where we cannot great changes .that have taken' take Hlnujvith us. , For the sake 'Kin place in that time. And time of our example we have m right liaB indeed wrought miuly chan- to atlen'd'these places. TJie Biges, some for the better and ble says' tluTt, "If the eating of some for the worse. meat Cau'sesiiny brother to oil'emt Nearly everyone knows wliere then l.wiTlieA' no more meat." the writer stands on the dancing Then in like manner in means, (iiestioi)-aii(- l have heard him ex- "If th'Q, dance causes tlleNruin of press himself on it, so he need thousand. ;hpon thousands of not be afraid to make a few more girls, tlierfcftwill take niv stand remarks. We, have nothing to against tlie'dance, There is not. say to those who are not . Chris- a Christian man or woman in tians, but when church members Powell county but knows that it open their doors and attend them, is wrong to- - attend them, but there is something wrong ujith knows .that Christ would never that person. The dance is asso- be seen voiJr a dancing floor to ciated with the brothei, ,t!'e ;sa-- , dance, ariaV, knows that He does saloon, the degrading daifcrflialls not waut' any of His followers to of the city, and the lowest.'Vle,-nion- t attend theinV Many have attendof society where are found ed these dances not realizing the harm in them, but, brother,8ister, the white slaver, the fallen tho gamblers, the young beware lest you Iosejyourcrown of " place men are watching for their prey eternal glory; anu 'I'1' and birds of a like feather. All a stumbling block before those dances are not this way but they who are watching just howyou inevitably end this way. The god live, how you. act and what you ly men and women, those who are, do as a Christian. You are judgworkers in God's kingdom, who ed by whatlj'ou do and not by are looked up to as strong lead what you say? ' God is keeping a ers in the church, who are men record of your life, and you will and women of faith and prayer be judged, by that, record in the and of power, who are letting day of judgment. If you lose their light shine in all its beauty Heaven it wjll be your own fault, and holiness, and living the for you rnnd"e your choice. Yon Christ-lik- e life, will never be cannot afford to trifle with your found on a dancing floor. Some soul, and death comes when votf . may go there not realizing the are least "prepared sometimes. harm, but the dance will soon As your dee'ds are, and as death taint our character and destroy finds your life", so shall be your your noblest instincts, and the eternity.. Three ouns men in outsider says, "If you areaChris- - Stanton 3yho;have been , attend)re asked if tian, then I don't want nothing ing these daiiVs, they would for their sister to to do .with the. church." The danceis the devil's institution attend, anrfRryone of them and all his emissaries are to be said, "No, I would not want my found there, and Christ has noth sister to gp to these dances." ing to do with it. You 'anuot Next week the writer will speak conceive of Him going tc a dance of providing legitimate amuseand if He were here on earth to- ments for our young people. We day and went to them as they fathers and mothers are largeh are carried on in this.ajre of the responsible for these dances, we have given the young world, the world would turn its back on Him. We would have people nolhing else to go to. nothing to do with nim. If ev en the preacher attended the SPOUT SPRING. dance you would have no faith 0. Bowman went to Winches in him, and yon who call your- ter last week, moving there Bill selves Christians, would not go Clem from near Kimbrell. to hear him, much less the out The little son of Dillard Snow-desiders. And vet when you think who was so very low last of it, the preacher has us much go .is any church mem- week with worms, is much imright to ber. There was a time when the proved. dance was all right, but that A number of young people time passed long years ago. It met at the home Mr. and Mrs. has now become a demoralizing Moses McKinney one night last institution where the tango, week and enjoyed a nice social. grizzly beur, bunny hug and all For Our Women Readers. other such disgraceful scenes are The Tjmes has a combination leon. The dancing floor Ss the door to hell. Out of every that should appeal to every lady one hundred girls in a brothel reader. We will' send both Totoday, eighty of thlm are there day's und Mcl'all's magazine to. because of the dance. More gjrls gether'with twp patterns tree are led to a lifo of shame and ru- and the Ohio Farmer weekly and in because of the dance than the Times .all for ?1 25. If you from any other cause. Tljis .is or any one of yifur family are al the statement of workers among ready a subscriber to the Times, fallen women from investigation. jjist send Us 7" cents in .money ami we will send Tho terrible evils, coming from order both magazines and the weekly the dance are something appulU ing. The religious world, the fatm payer one year. You se- cities and municipalities are dig leejthcfittterniVfroiti the magacussing this great question and' zines after yoip' receive them. Snd Kidayus tb"lirer''viH soon trying to solve the problem only to mitigUte the evils arising; be wUhdrawn. tltfjs made 1Js subscription getter for the r from them. lfiny of you waijt-youof the year. eyes opened us jo tho tern- - first bio consequences of tho dance, CHURCH. PRESBYTERIAN read the exhaustive report of the Services 2nd iidC4th ,SHbbathA.f Rockefeller investigating each njonth on prostitution' of New Prayer M?etlj fediredly,evi'n York Oi.ty.r It is ulniost.tqb li'or- -' rible tp read, if everylmdyrojTd. thut rcDort'thev, wou inhinkrdif. Oliiin. O. Muim.iriiKtnr. . wo-me- 10c and 25c SALE. through our stock and selected every thing that can go into this Sale. We have gone 8 I Monday, 19th to the 31st. Mrs. J.W.Williams. Remember the Date. Pre - Inventory -- ... 'w SALE. Men's and Boys' be-cau- OVERCOATS, Ladies' and Misses' CLOAKS, Everything- inflillinery " Underwear - Prices on these lines will be slashed. We want to move the goods to make room for Spring goods which will be j coming in pretty soon. Monday 19th to 31st. MRS. of-ho- coin-mitte- o Williams. If I 7- Livestock figures. The aiintml livestock report of Orange Ju (hi Farmer made public took a secret straw ballot on the race in the business show s a fur in wealth in this form Soiiator.-ihit- t When the (f property tliat broke all records. M'Ctinu of Danville votes whs o box containing I Tie The increase in value in twelve pened it ;ontajned fifty ballots months. wan placet! at $Uy,7fS,-,000- , Of the number thirty were for while the totalf value of all Stanlev, seventeen for UecRharii classes of farm animals reached and three for McOreary. The stir. ' 5,q.,02-l,(XK)Qt; this toti prising feature viis: the. sui'ilL , milliner oi votes cast nr "w horses furnished $2,185,565,000, as it had been figured joules 529,33,000. By way of Orearv, s of the votes thaUtbout cojnpar.ieon tlie total value' woiild be for Stanley, the same. 50 per cent, more than ,the for.BucMtam and about ;otl money incfrculufinn ill this" foVM'tOnfrtry;1 .country and was almost, equal to This shows how our candidate in other uutional for If. S. Senate is going county. all deposits in places as.,well as. Powell banks ia existence t The numbers of KEPOKTOPTHB C0XDITI0X animals, however, showed a OF THE decrease, beef cattle recording u Clay City National-Banfalling off in numbers of 1,702,.-, p30 head or 5 per cent. ; hops a At Oliiy Olty In tho state 1.3th, 1914. nt the close or business Jan. decrease of 4,J)82,0d0, or 7 uer IlESOUKCES. :uent. Milch cows showed no $84,730 P8 Loans and discounts imaterinl change, while horses Clrerdrnfts.sec.ured and mi- slightly in number. The 15108 secured decrease in numbers, caused a U.S.J5oiuls to secure clrcul'n 20,000 00 ijieavy increase in average value Bond's, securities, etc ...... nnd Jjcr head, milch cows advancing 1.000 09 Hrtnrp 'jH per.ccnt. j other cattle 18 per Due from National Banks (not 20.35 (Sent. ; hogs 17 per cent.'and sheep reserve agents Due from approved reserve per cenr. $ m 18 scents 625 00 t The decrease- - inJhngs was the .r other Nat'l banks. result of heavy cholera losses in Fractional paper currency, Jit ninkpla mid cents important States, coupled with a Lawful Monet Keskrvb is Basic, vh: jshortage of, porn, while the $6,108 75 Snecie 6,108 75 in sheep resulted from low Redemption fund with U. Si wool priced 1,25000 Treas'r(5ofc!rTn) with the wool tariff $157,192 48 Total ...On.the other hand the decline LIABILITIES. in,the, number of beef cattle con t25'?:T .fln.uedu .decline that has been Capital ,'stojk paid in , " iindpr w.iv f.ir snvitrnl uooro ,,nrl Surplus tuna . less expenses tlt t.h.e cre,asing population Um'datatPe8 paid 1,21340 f J .jtidicated a Nafi bun1c notes outstanding 25,000 00 beef. .The. only hope of relief Due to other NBt'l Banks ... ' 644 62 two-lifth- The Advocate the' ,oilier diiy) I (Straws Flying Stanleyward. ! pllMllMINfllllllUIIIIMIllllllllMI ,,ynMUMj9UUjjlai HtHtMiffniTtlttllltllHttiHn ItllllllllWM F0R $ 1 . 2 5 WE WILL SEND YOU THE CLAY flTY TIMES. THE OHIO FARMER, TODAY'S MAGAZINE, I (weciir) -- ONE YEAR eeklr) ONE VeaM YEAJt ONE YEAR .. t-' rdpre-.eute- d one-fift- h . McGALL'S .MAGAZINE, ONE MAE MANT0N ONE McCALL PATTEliN pii nv Mi (. 4 .;. . 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PIUCE, SO CENTS A, YEAIU ' g g 5 McCALL'S MAGAZINE' pages contains from 80 11 Inches each month. The pages are 8 Inches wlde-anlong. It Is the greatest Woman' Fashion "Journal In America. It Is , a large, artistic, handsomely illustrated woman's magazine. special articles and stories and new ideas in dressmaking, millinery, fancy work, home decorations and It Illustrates SO to 60 fashlon.de-algns- 1 household management. every- month, some in colors; besides numerous other attractive features which have made .this a favorite magazine In ovrr one million homes. McCAIX'S MAGAZINE to-l' - , 1 Kfowing.-8hortpge"n- I m rMp-W REGULAR. PRICE,-S- O fETS A YEAR. Umb- nnloliln. tion that an increase of 30 per cent in the number of silos indi.-iiate- d an llfllrl nil rhf rpnnrl. urn Tliuulilnrla. llnimld. Indh-ldua- l 3.60;' deposits subject to Total 1 . check 99,430 88 il- - ircttmplete ducing beef. lilization,, of I, ....... ( $167,192 46 the . fiiriige ilf Hip corii fields, Statu o? 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We will strive bard to Merit it. ,M I SEND YOUR ORDER, TO ttii.tl : THE 'CLAY CITY TIMES, CLAY CITY, KY. MHHmuniHHHiniiinniininiiiii ..m t r - . - RED HOT SALE. 1 A Mason cnuntv woman hits SfsJte Board succeeded in prowinp a perfeut t'f Heal Mi. I'M- tied to Gov. Me- i ki, .!,., ii.jt' during the uiilina iioiij juoi inu iiiuj ikil reary, elm on a Kx stav in 'Brazil. 4 blie raises, it (Jlirty-tlire- e in Jiiths.the settle but enough, to supply operation smull ltxt lieen-irifiticS The-repor- t f le ..... .oii I realiztv; Bin Iiimihhowever, tbu' I'reM'. nt Wilson, bus promise! t.i it alone long as it is u null hehaves it-- 1 self. -.v' law Your Gain and Our Loss. I We are here to give you Cash Prices on All goods low in price. e.v- -: 88,7T8 deatlift have r occuyed in ,Ietabie. tne State, 8K.800 of whic.h, were , .,' i , preventable. How's Thto?.' We offer 6m Hundred Dollars lleward t tor jny case of Catarrh h tha"t cannot be curftlVby Jlall's euro. P. J Cheney ,& Co,, Toledo,, p". have We, the under8igne(f, known P. J. Cheney for ihe last ' Ca-tirr- Timber Land Waated. I .want to bay a tract of from IPTHfl f.. r tliAiioanil In' t An ttimifl-inrof timber land in fee,, for immediate operation.- If you Jiave any Janil'tb sell wrltei me fully givinjfl number of aeres, stating jyhetber in solid tractor not, kind and uunti-tacre, on what'wa of timber distance from railroad ters, if any, 8end and lowest price tper acre. plat or blue print .If you have one. On receipt oUl'ia Information If I am Interested I will immediutely fond cftine one to look at the land. JAMKS S. LAKIN, 403 Capitol et, P.brles'onjW. V. i y J erything1 or Gbuhtry'Produce in Exchange. A full line of Men's pr , J Hats, "Liberty Special" a good brand Hat for $2.50. The latest style. It will pay you to come, to our; store now. We need your trade and wiU it will be appreciated. Here we are Jews but American born. Come on with Your Orders, we will sell You Merchandise .at as low margin as anyone can. l years, and believethlHiiprfeetly honorable in all bu?i'BeW'.;transao. tipn and financially able to carry by .hU oit any pblicitlions firm. WalUIng Kinnari '& MarvitiJ ' Vholeale Druggists, Toledo, O. Hall's Cntitrfh Cure is taken in Read This . .1.- -, uaus we li .1 "iimr iir iiifr: it nirif ip ' oil want. If1 papers belovi that are paid in advance, for the you 'rimes and want one 'of 'the papera mentioned below, eijhtraet 60 e'ents-frothe amount and send" us 'the. jlilference, ! the Times and Dally Courier-Journa- l' 3.5 " 'Lexington Leatter 3,76 ' ' Evening Post and large wall 'map, 3.25 " Weekly Enquirer, 1.00 T4M Lowe & Crowe, Rosslyn Keep ported on what the Legia. TvMtiboniaisi.'Mnt1 free. iSt lire la doing by sending 50 vents syt Prit:e7i!c. per bflUle."pold by alf to this bfllce for the Daily State lJoirnal froni'iiow till April 1st. Driigglstp, V Wf The State Journal Is the only daily Tnke Hall's FamilyU'bi for cbn. ptper publUhed ut tlieCapital, but atlpatlonv-At-? It is a IntnWet and sound inprln ,oiple. Timber (or le. should read 'Ajoiit.25pjjt;res oftwhite nak, ' . 'iVry-Ken'tuuklan ternally, .acting direotiy4ipon' the ood and. macous surfaces of tlie Kcep"Hoateil, nhinPurmr.MpAill'fiAn 1.2K Houie and Farm, .80 t " Southern, Agriculturist, .8Q.. ;8f) Inland Furmety " Daily State Journal to " April 1, l.0t ' Kenttickian, 1.00 " ft, IK tMG l TV We ttll vou hotr. and mvktifltt prices. We arc 'dealenj atubUsbed fn lDMi and can do BBTTPK (or spa thin agent or cumuls4oa .'liHrr, Ctaiots. Kelerences snv Uak M Lsm- tnritle, wnwior-wetKiy Merchants. 'IMjiii1 blovk oak, niuu, noMaKMukory, the,' genttnikfan. ndtc. ,.A. J. IInrnMt , both one year for of tle.Kwitpckf ,QifilyiMie'prjjce theffKentucklai) Tlia'f itna and M. SABEt A. SONS grc k, The times. A, HOME-MADE PAl'EK. THURSDAY, January 20, 1014. LOCAL BREVITIES. Frank Monntzj of Abilene, Texas, is visiting rclntivcs in Powell and Estill counties. .ludgo Mann will occupy the pnlpit at the Methodist churOh Sunday morning and at night. Chas. Scott, the all'able l Passenger Agent, of the L. & E., was in the citv Monday. Gen-ora- W. J. Motintz, Jr., and little daughter, Knth, of Ilarriman, Tenn., were guests of relatives in the city over Sunday. Shelt Larison Jr., of Indinanp-olis- , Ind., arrived here Tuesday morning on his way to see his mother, Mrs. .Dave Larison, near Kinibrell. That portion of Irvine burned tlast week will be rebuilt with substantial brick structures. The lire started by the explosion bf a gasoline heater in a barber shop. A Mr. Powell was here from Boatty ville Tuesday looking after the purchase of a good farm. Worms A Splendid Report. The beautiful w6ather continDo not fail fo read the splen moro like ues, it appearing did bank statement of the Clay spring than winter. City National in this issue of the Monday is County court day Tillies. From the amount of the at Stanton when it will undoubt- deposits, .which is nearly $1()),000 edly bo a vurv busy day. The we must conclude two things, Sheriffs tax sale will tako place that our j)eonlo have some monev on this day as will two Commis- left yetatuPthat they have found sioner's sale of land. a safe and sound place to keep Mr. Coleman, one of the L. & it. Ebridge carpenters located For Frost Bites and Chapped Sktn. herc.for some months, moved his For frJSt- bitten ears, fingers and family to Louisville this week, toes; chapped hands and lip?, chilwhile he himself will take em- blains, cold sores, red and rough ployment at Irvine. skins, there7 is nothing to equal We have a real nice corres- Bucklen's Arnica Sale. Stops the pondence this week from Gray's pain at once and heal quickly. In Branch." We hope to hear from every home there should be a box Grav's Branch wceklv and to handy all the time. Best remedy eczeal0 gain a number of subscrib- for all skin diseases, 25;. All ma, tetter, piles, etc ers from that portion of the druggists or by mail. H. E. lluck-lecounty. & Co., Philadelphia or St. Louis. Our roads are better than us ual in the winter, owing to the Trouble in Clusters. There small amount of rainfallJust after finishing the sad task has not been a tide of any im- of brining his son here to the portance this winter, and the Eastern Kentucky Hospital for Brodhead-Garret- t saw mill has the Insane, former Sheriir Thomnot yet got to start up. as B. Ware, of Powell county, Frank B. Russell, president of who lives near Clay City, receivthe Clay City National Bank, and ed a message that his a native son of this city, who has D. A. Hughes, county Assessor made his mark in the financial of Clark county, had died at world, returned to his homo in Hedges, in the vicinity of WinLouisville Monday afternoon af- chester, Wednesday night. Mr. ter attending a meeting of the Ware left fonhis home this mornboard of directors of the bank in ing. Lexington Leader. the forenoon. it'-hl- HOPE & MILLS FHOTJ l AN UNEXPECTED GUEST for luncheon or dinner will enjoy the delightful trial of honie-mad- e bread that is made from the Pearl Hour. The loaves made from this high grade Hour are line, light.white and of tempting tlavor and a satisfying lueheon can be made on the bread (with sweet butter) that is made from the Pearl Hour. nt copyright, a-- cev Made by J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, Ky. n When in Need of Builder's Hardware, Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles, son-in-la- Cooking or Heating Go to or Write Stoves, We have not learned as to whethA foul, disagreeable breath, dark er he found a place to suit him circles around the eyes, at times or not. feverish, with great thirst, cheeks Mr. Morgan Lyle, of Stanton, flushed and then pale, abdomtjn and Mr. Shimfessel, of Olay City, swollen with sharp cramping pains were in Irvine last Saturday, and are all indications of worms. Don't were entertained at the home of let your child suffer Kickapoo Worm Killer will give sure relief their old friend, Mr. S. M. It kil's the worms while its Estill Tribune. efTect add greatly to the health An Ideal Woman's Laxative. of your child by. removing the dan,fWh6 wants to take salts, Or cas- gerous ' and disagreeable ell'eet of tor oil, when there Is nothing betsyster than Dr. King's New Life Pills worms, and parasites from the Kickapoo Worm Killer as a for all bowel troubles. They act tem. health producer should be in every gently and naturally on the and liver, stimulate and regu- household. Perfectly safe. Buy a late your bowels .and tone up the box Price 25e. All Drugentire system. Price, 25c. At all gists or by mail. Kickapoo Indian Druggists. II. E. Bucklen & Co., Medicine Co., Philadelphia or St. Philadelphia or St. Louis. Louis. Ma-pe- l. Uxa-tiv- e Btorn-,ac- h to-da- Cause of Your.Ctiild's Pains. Wonderful Cough Remedy. Dr. King's'.': New Discovery is known everywhere as the remedy which will surely stop a cough or cold. D. "P. Lawson, of Eidnon, Tenn. w,rites: '"Dr. King's New Discovery is. the most wonderful cough, cold und throat and lung medicine I ever sold in my store It can't be beat. It sells without any trouble at., all. It needs no guarantee." jm,. 's true, because Dr. King s NeDiscovery will ree of coughs lieve the colds. Lung troubled quickly helped by its use. You hhould keep a bottle in the bouse at all times for all the members of the family. 50c and $1.00. All Drucuists or by mail. II. E. Bucklen '& Co., Philadelphia and St. Louis. most-obstinat- Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, .Winchester, - Ky. Hardwick & Co.'s Shotes for Sale. Come to Our Store And let us show you what a nice line of goods wo carry. nice cattlu shotes. Weight about 70 pounds. Jordon Bamett, Spout Spring, Ky 10 Hay tor Sale. Baled timothy, clover, oats and pcavines, by or the bale, the ton or Apply at this olliee. car load. Clearance Our stock of Dry Goods, Notion, Groceries, Hardware, Clothing, Shoes and etc. is replete with TRE E S Fruit and Shade, Vines, b, ! Sale. IF YOU WANT TO SAVE MONEY READ THIS. Spring flock in will give greatly reduced prices on these lines. ing tells you what Variety, Style and Quality. THIS COMBINED WITH OUIt Shrubs, drape Peonies, Phlox, Rhu-bxrRoses, etc., etc. Ever) thing for We are The follow- overstocked in some lines, and in order to close them out before getting our ORCHARD, NO AGENTS LAWN and QARDEN. we will do. FREE CATAI.OQS QROWERS OP WHAT WE SELL. 1841 1913 Low Prices Make it to your interest to give us a good Bhare of H. F. Hillenmeyer& Sons, Lexington, Ky. your trade. Wo strive to please our customers be- - h Sj K OA PITA T NTOCK. R ioo.OOO uauue we knowsatisfied customers are our best assets. BOHPr.UHANUUN- DIViniCO PKOITTS. THIS, Men's $16.00 Overcoats go at 9.50. $12.50 Overcoats at 7.50. $8.50 Boys Overcoats at 5.50. $7.00 ones at 4.00, $4.50 ones at 2.50. 20.00 Men's Suits at $13.50. 18.00 Suits at 12.00, 14.00 Suits at 9.00. Boys' Suits at about the same 12.50 Suits at 8.50, 8.50 Suits at 5.00. per cent. cut. Men's $3.50 Hats at 2.00 and 2.50, 1.50 young men's and boys' dress caps at 1. 10, 1.25 caps at 85c, 1.00 per yard dress goods, 80c, 25c dress goods 19c, 10c flannelette 8c, 10c ducks 8c, 10c outing cloths 7c, Women's and Misses' Trimmetl Hats and Hats at half price. $4.25 Queen Quality" Shoes at 3.25. 3.50 "Queen Quality" Shoes at 2.75. We handle The Bain Wagons and get them by the car load, and can give you closer prices than dealers who do not handle wagons in car lots. ready-to-we- UOO.OOO Yours to please, p 8 S! P Winchester Bank. Ky. OKJ WlNOIIMTlCH. WALDRON & JOHNSON, If in need of a wagon don't fail to get our price, and if you don't know the wagon we will tell you of some home people who are using them and who can tell you about them. We are Hill selling Eldean flour at $2.60 per hundred, 65c for 24 lb. sacks, sugar 4.75 per hundred or 20 lb. for 1.00, roafled coffee, 16c per pound. We have one only 135.00 Sewing Machine goes in this Sale at 22.50. Nw is your chance and here is the place for genuine bargains. Waltersville, Ky. 1 Ki W. H. Ml'llAK, U YOUJ O AHIUKU. ACCOUNTS KOI.01TKU Hardwick & Co., Stanton. "!l SHERIFF'S of Land SALE for . TAXES. ., I will, at the Court House door in Stanton, Ky, on Monday, Feb 2nd between the hour? of 10 n. ni. uwl 1 p. in., it being County Court Day, offer for Bain the following land or so much thereof ns may be necessary to satisfy all tux due the St nte, county, and school districts together to cover, penalty and cost ut is shown following each name. T. C. HALL. P. Co. , , Magisterial Precinct No. 1. Hranuin, James, Boundary, valuo $109, adjoins Peter 1 8 l.'.U) Jerry, Da wson heirs, Boun., value Soil, adjoins Milt Hudson, 2.18 Dawson. Chan., 25 acres, value $105, adjoins V. M. Evermnn, 2. SI Evernian, Richard, 45acres Magisterial Precinct No. 3. value $105, adj , 2.S4 niount, Laura. 1 Stanton Guy,'R. M,, Satires, value 15 52 lot value 1102 $158, orlj, Jake Gentry,"- - , 3.52 Boothe-Henr40a value 70 Poyell, G. W., 2 ClayCy. 5 10 adj S Brandenburg lots, value 105, 0 lid Conwav V M fiOaisr value Pigpr, J. LJ. 20 acres, vnl., (5.17 158 adj G C Cambell 420, adjoins John Piuu, (i.So Holder Cbis. o0a value 52 Snowden, J. A. !15a., val4.84 adj 13 Randalls ue 105, adjoins.!. D. Snow- Hollau Elija 5a value 200 dun, 0.55 5.3(5 adi J J Derickson Wade, W. M, 40a, val. 105, Hampton, Mary, 20 acres adj. 2.82 value 27 adj S Bramlenburg 1.9 Harnett, Dlllard, 10 acres, Jones T C, 100a value 105 val. 32, ndj.Wm.Wells, 4.55 5.40 adi Cliff Manin Barnett, N W, Ua, value53, Johnson, Zelda 100a value adj. B. L. Burgher, 2 30 2.82 100, adj J Johnson Noland heirs, 15a,yalue'o2, Ky .Telephone Co. val 2500 34.80 ailj, Geo. Dunaway, 1.91 Hall Wade la v.24 ad Z Hall 4.45 & Tipton, value 42, Jackson, Lueiaii. 5a val 79 adjoins Press Smith, 2.03 5 1G adj Thos Chancy , Wneson. Sudie, 75 acres, Mcintosh A J, Boundary, val 75, adj M Tipton, 2.51 C.S3 val 210 adj A D Kirk. Andeison.Thorton, 5a val. 2G, adj. JaB. Gay, Randalls Mary 50a val 105 4.40 2 84 adj Chas. Holder Abbott heirs, 3a, val 21, adj James ny Randalls Laura 40.i value 1.77 105 udj James Foreoter 5.48 Crawford, Brus, G5n, value Roberts II M 50a valu l05 54(5 adjoins Killis Ware, 12 lb adj W M Conaway 4.40 Hampton, B F. 75cre-;- , val 158, adj A Hose. ft. 17 Magisterial Precinct No 4 Nui. Armstead, 4 0an value Bus('W Arraina 75 a value 42. adjoins T K Kastin 3. .34 t..US 105 adj .1 P Lewis lib-harv Macintenal Precinct No. 2 Barker, Madison, 1 Cl.iyCy. lot, viilne Si,. .f".08 Bowles, John, 40acr value 5.4l 105. adj Mike Kinii Daniel C F, 1 Clay Cy. Jot 4.20 value 203 . Jones, Murgrct, 1 ClayCy. 1! lot, value 42, Mattel, S M, 792a vnlue 30.95 2310 adj B. F. Led ford J II, 1 ClayCy. lot Murtin. 4.22 value 105 Neal, Caro'ine, 1 Clay City 4 SI " lot value 315 Patton. Alf 1 Clay Cy. lot 0.41 . value 315 Stokelv, Eli in 4 Clay 4.00 lots value 15M Brown Ja-- 25u val 105 adj 5.49 E Rom? Garrett Snnford 7acres val 5.40 ue 105 adi J M Kennon Kelley huirs 40 acres value 2.50 81 adi J A Rose 5a value Suiithers 4.68 12 adj Thos. 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Doit't yb'u re uliztt,hn ignorance ot urarket conditions lor one day only might mean ma ny dollars to youV Is not your national pridu strong' enough to force the desire to know daily the phusee of the double between the I'nited States iuul Mexico? Oulv a lew days ago Admiral Fletcher of the United States Nany threatened to.turn the guns of his liuttlesJnp mPthe Mexican city of Tauipico unless the light ing then going on between the rebels and I'ederals'f'u the streets of that cit, oththe lives of our citizens i mid mi ceaeeu. er loreigiiers, inisj would have fiieant war, and any' let on any day inny.bring tins re-- . suit. j -- Notice to Public. . Chatinan Will 50a val 2( I shall open by oilice for active' t(!.8!l idj Dan Itelomy Kitepatrick Ji II, HniirT, practice January 1, tmd shall 4.10 value 70 udj N Fulks Woodrofl Make Your Wet Land Productive. have ns n partner Dr. Means Cleveland 2a Value J. Flowers, of Columbia, Ky., 4.48 By the use of drain tile you cat. Dr. Flowers has built up a lnrj-20 adj Ky. L. Co. turn that low, wet, useless, swam- practice in Columbia in u few llice Win 40a val 70 lulj 0.22 py field into the most productive years hut abandons it for a largo I'ownsend lielra spot on your farm. Good tile; field. lie is 110 years old, in the Sparks J A 25a value. o' 4.84 properly placed, not only carries of! nr.nio of a vigorous manhood, Uoyd adj Ilobt surplus water, it admit9 air to the and it is enough for my friends Townsend vjn 200a value soil and makes it easy to work. to say that I have chosen him as 0.83 It improves 210 adj Jaraes'Mays any soil, the incrcace my professional associate. Townsend Mftrfbul, Boun., in the value of the land is many M. S. Browne. 4.83 times the cost of the tile. The firs! val 611 adj HobjHoyd year's crop froai tiled lanii pays Mnqisterial I'r'eeinet No; 5. for It. Any body can .do the work Ilowen, I!eeV2 town lotn, . successfully. Write for particuValue 20 lars or cpII at oui plant. V nirUlirlltn lV Bowen Rex 150a val 158' nibnmwnui n is 4.07 Red River Brick & Tile tnjssf adj E P Moreland : m i ey A Training nan ns in School for Teachers Birch Abe 75lacief value Company, 5 10 adj WtnUriscoe rnr tcsvllat Ut 1!li'AinlAr, 70 IntrrninllaWftiifl Lift tl VtitU U Alt PaMIr Howell OwenllOa value 42 STANTON 8whaol tt KBtc!t)r. fpCU KENTUCKY " ('MirM mud 4.(18 Rt( adj W J Hanks Cnufisc Tit It loft FrM It nolalu. TaAolttii1li1 rfnr r,H i. . nrw niftDwltralMinsf UulMinf mHoTlprf.nfwmlr.K-!.lamer'. Luth-- r :!5a val .70 5.12 adjoins Wni Brip'co 111'L.UOSSSBB 'over go yearsEXPERIENCE, Meadows E J '50a vafiie 53 cub... 4.83 Rj on Anij; adj Melvin Morton 75aer Val lb8 Powell Jacob. adjoins Jup. Heed Townsend W II IJO.i val 42 2.03 adj )eo Towntujnd Trade Marks UE3IQN3 West, belle 140a val 147 COPVRIQHTS &C 3.3G AnTDns senillnir it sketch snd ftencTlMInn mav adj G A Crabtree qnlclclr ucerulu our opinion free whether mil obtAinctl in n )Iirouii-unv. a hiTcntlnn Is pcobnblf pnlentHble. Communion opyuiwiwi White Win 20 acres val 52 nii tW rti, ' or I'hoto. tlonsstrlctlTcotiddenthil. HANDBOOK on Patents y. I'lvlcntprad- sent free. Oldest, asencr for securing patents. IKtrmL in pat' 2.1li BsUvK udj Dan Abner rntents tasen lurouEQ Aiunn x Co. r hoot. tir,iUinlT iptciat noiic, witnout coarae, la too Orf MOW TO OCT A r ZLL PATENTS, , Ahlev John 4UU val 030 Whlrli ones will in if' l liULrtiwr. 12.1G Scientific JJiticricnii. juteut law and oin r .'ick Koers M adj turonuaitoo. Ahandiomely lllnntrted weeklr. Tjiremt dr. culAtluii of Atir Hdentlllo lournml. Tcrma, $3 a Baker Brack 50a val loS ID. yeart four months, L Sold brail newsdealers. C.17 adjoins Lifje Baker PATENT Li VYERS. Ml)NN&Co.38'B New York ,303 Seventh St., Vaaliftigton. D. C. Drake CO 50 acres val 53 jf ilraipcb Omca 625, FSU Wasblogton. IX U 4.84 adj Mart Hojiers Winstin 50a. value Friend 5.481 105 adj Win Meadi.Wt HIGHEST MARKET PRICE "PAID 11 H !50a val u 53 adj FOR nAW FURS AND HIDES Hall 4.84 Wool on Commission. Writ lor price .las RogCrs ( Jlst mentioning this ad. Meadows TG; Gar., 52a 2.30 value 02 adj J'B Rogers JOHN WHITE & CO, 50 acres Meadows Jiiekr-6i-i 2.18 val 52 adj Win Meadows MeadowWm m value 32 2.48 adjoins Fred Kine y 105 adj Profit J 5.4S Geo Woodard Powell O S 34a Val S4 adj 5.21 H Powell 5 5.49 Encch 50a vl03 ndj R.isers Here's n liniment that Is guaranteed ti relieve all aches, or you et back Robins Miles '40a vslue84 your money. 5.21 ; adj Geo Mttliins .Spencer W L 10CU val 210 Neuralgia. BackHeadache, G.83 ' ndj Rob Belomy ache, Rheumatism, Sore C F 12a value 53 Tipton 4.84 Johnson.. . adj j Feet, Corns A 75av val 158 Wymore E nnd other pains quickly yield to the 3.52 adj Marion Mulltn.'" soothing influence of this wonderful 32 Wasson John SUa-v- al remedy. 4.50 adj P H Howell Anes Win 100 acres value for Your oiey Sack 2.84 105 ailjoiiirt Dm Adner If it falls to relieve any iu'lie In any part of your body in fifteen minutes Mr. Farmer, lime. Do vou realize, what it is worth to'jyou to know ww- - -r- uncij. 50c at druggists, or by mall, postpaid. value Farm Drain Tile e . a A r. j SWIFT ... FURS AND HIDES THINK OF IT I ret-to- n ' jsk , Bourbon Remedy . . uauu.cn hacxaciiC' Co., LUXIMUION, KV. It o SPRAINS ClH4 tWUtStlO S.4. 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