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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): January 16, 1913 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1913 cla1913011601_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 16, 1913 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1913 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 6LAY CHT TIMES . rr. ' Ws arc here to help Clay . tIv. SUM a Year In Advance cj.the Sarroanding Coaotry and Ourselves. .1. E. Hurghcr, Publisher. VOL. XVIII. Another Killing in Clark County. TH-pp,' CLAY CITY, A Call KfJ THURSDAY. eetlng Closed. JANUARY JO, J9I3. state-mntfro- NO. 8 A Hatch for Oooe. Leo Hampton, chief clerk under former Insurance Commissioner W. Hell, Republican, has been indicted for embezzlement of money belonging'to the State five times. It is estimated the total shortage will exceed $20,000.00. Hampton, Merchant Turn Berryman, (f Editor Hirum Duley, of the Clark county, was shot Fkjniing8burg " Timf killed at a dance 'at (lie has withdrawn from the race for homo of his cousin, Sam Berry-ma- the Democratic nomination for Friday night by a sixfean Clerk of the Fleming County y by the name. of Flu- Court, tie has been in the printty. At the time Fluty made his ing business for forty years and escape fo Jackson county but for thirty-fouyears has been was arrested there Moday. Flu- editor of the Times Democrat, ty was drunk at the fime. lie believes that an editor has a is survived by a wife and call to the editorial chair no less Deceased is well than a minister has to the pulpit, six cildren. known to many of our readers, and he feels that he should not having formerly sold goods at forsake this calling. Sams, Estill county. Times-Democrn, vear-nld-bo- to Newspaper Work. Baptfei McCreary Will be in the Ring. r Ber-rvma- n Subscription Price Raised. The Annual Catalogs. The seed catalogs are now finding their way into the homes of gardenerB and farmers. Most of them have glowing and highly colored covers which are intended to make the recipients believe these pictures were taken from products grown from their seed. We appreciate the seed catalogs and hope to have more, of the lucious fruits and vegetables growing this summer than The Hazel Green Herald has found that it must increase its subscription price from $1 00 to $1 50 in the face of continued increases in the cost of a kinds of printing material, paper and etc and also the high cost of Hying. Any local paper is worth that price, but. getting the subscribers to 6ee it that way or even paying a much smaller price is a difficult thing to do. 1 Wheat The In Bad Condition. Six Pager this Week. We are compelled, to issue another six page paper to accommodate our advertisers. Advertising is the sustenance of every local paper. Hence our readers can do the next bust thing to, sub- i--. saribinc bv.atonilrtBflr the-- , ad 4vortiBera3u:,ine limes. iney are Wilson and Marshal Elected. all reliable and we are sure they The Presidential electors of will treat you right and save you Kentucky met at Frankfort Mon-damoney. and cast the vote of KenHigh Prices for Tobacco. tucky for Wilson and Marshal for II. M. Bosworth, of Fayette President and Vice President. county, sold one basket of tobac- John S. Lawrence, of Cudez, co on the Lexington market for was elected without opposition 1350 per hundred pounds. Sev- to carry the vote to the Presieral other baskets were sold by dent of the United States SenMr. Bosworth and other farmers ate. at prices ranging from $25 per hundred to more thau $800 per J. B. Eaton is laid up with a severe attack of la grippe. hundred. -- wheat crop in Central Kentucky is in bad condition. Many fields will be plowed and Judge'.Benton III. other crops cultivated. The late Judge Bettfon was compelled fairly well. The earsowing looks ly sowing was killed by the severe to adjourn &uit Court at Win drouth. It is estimated that the Chester yesway on aecount of crop.jyjlh Jije h.e shortest iu Powell counfyhope The following a part of a meeting in this rilptly to a close city 3ov. McCrcary indicates Thursday t on account of Fl that he will shortly announce for ing to go home oc- - United States Senator: der Taylor ca sinned. Rfj "lie sickness of his 'I have had numerous letters wife's mot ban tPineville. Great from al1 sections of the State leting taken in this ters from men whom I know to be interest wa JlSlder Tavlnr had friendly to me and I have had meeting greatly endued himself to the many of the earnest and influential people of diy City during his men of the party of the State to brief stay wfth us. Every one visit me at Frankfort requesting ino seemed to that the meet- to make the race for the nominaing was umwulably brought to tion to the Senate, and I am now a cloRe. BwliTaylor after the considering the matter. 'How long services Wnifehrnestly solicited I shall consider It before making to return ifwSe Spring and hqld some statement of decision do not agreed to do so. a meeting know. "The first visitors I had who The47llsonian." Evjrlfllly has begun the urged me to make the race for Grant publicationifjthe Madisonian at Governor told me that I could beat Ilichmond."Ky. If Mr. Lilly O'Rear, who even then was regardmakes as .'gpjd a paper of the ed as certain to be tho Republican Madisonian Ja he is making of nominee, at least 20.000. I felt the Estill TKbuue in proportion that I could beat him, but I was to the relative size of the two not willing to accept the express-ion- s of my visitors as to figures untowns of nication Irvine and til I hud canvassed the situation Richmond iVSwill be a winner. Here's wishing you, Mr. Lilly thoroughly for myself and it was unbounded icces3 from your three months before I of my decision to run. former countyljman and wellwish-er- , How well I ran is history. The opJtjhjR Times. editor of The Bapt ft met Republican in th pen should bo matched with Judge Booe, Democrat, both looters of State funds. The pot cannot now Arow up black to the kettle. speedily recover. r thaMienmy Brings In Another Drove ot Cattle. Lee McPherson returned Wednesday from Lee county with another drove of cattle. These cattle were purchased several days ago but Mr. McPherson was held up on account of high water in the mountains. The report of Dr. I. A. Shirley registrar of vital statistics for Winchester and eieht surrounding precincts show that five pep-piiu that portion of Olark county killed themselves aud that six other people were killed by their lellowmau. , e which I succeeded in securing the establishment of six bureaus advo cated in my platform ; hud a successful little fight with Senator-elec- t Ollie James for tho Chairmanship of the State convention in Louisville last May; went to Baltimore as Chairman of the Kentucky delegation to the National Democratic Convention and cast the vote of that delegation on every ballot that was taken during the long and tedious period in the heat of the sumer; have been working constantly in my oilice at Frankfort since then and I'm not dead yet. On the other hand I weigh 200 pounds, which is more than I ever weighed position to my nomination said I in my life befcre, and I cannot re. wus too old to make the race. When call that I ever felt better than right I stpped in and got the nomination now." the cry that went up from the ReBy a ruling of Speaker Champ publican side was that I would be Clark that the amendment was out dead befora tho end of the cam- Lpaigru made a speech, every day of order; a second effort to deny liquor ad veriisemejitg tho privije-es iviicil wo gui mil IIJU tHlCK UI II of the mail In dry districts "was and twice wore down my younger defeated. Congressman Sherley of friend. Tom Smith, and even Ed McDermott got sick once during Louisville, fought for the liquor the period. Every one remembers how I beat O'Rear by 111,305 votes. Dr. Irvin reports the birth of a ''That was a year ago last No- daughter to Mr. and Mrs. (J. C. vember I have ber n in the office of Governor for over a year; have had Daniel of the Snow creek one session of the Legislature, at T. mfl-d- e -- Come to Our Store And let us show you what n nice line of goods we carry. We are showing an Elegant Line of FALL AND WINTER .GOODS Including The Board of Supervisors for Powell County has made many raises and the Slier ill' is busy is suing summonses to property owners to show cause why such raise should not stand. The Ohio river along the Kentucky line has been very high and has done great damage to Kentucky cities ou its Ranks. The waters are now receding. Mr 8. Lucy Moore, of Missouri, Our stock of Dry Goods, Notion, Groceries, Hardware, Clothing, Shoes an J etc. is replete with Cloaks and Wraps SSSZ Variety, Style and Quality. THIS COMBINED WITH OUR Ladies' Suits, Millinery, and etc. MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING to fit after several weeks stay with her father, D. Ii. Daniel, aud other relatives of the city aad county has returned home. Ike Wiler, of Olark county, was here this week and bought "several crops of tobacco p'aying 12 cents straight for it. Mi. and Mrs. It. A. Kirby, of Spout Spring, were in the city to. Mr. day trar.asetlng business. Kirby it Is to be regretted will have a public sale February 1st and move to Illinois. Ho is oll'ering his most excellent farm for eale at a remarkably low figure. If not sold before the day.qf his sale ho will offer it at public auction on that Low Prices Make you and your'pocketbook. it to your interest to give us a good share of We strive to please our customers be- - When you want any kind of Merchandise, think of your trade. cause we know satisfied customers are our best assets. SHIMFESSEL'S and give us the opportunity to please you as we have been doing for so many years paft with satisfaction both to you and ourselves. Yours to please, WALDRON & JOHNSON, Everything to Please the Customer i Waltersville, Ky. day. - THE TIMES. runusiiKi vei:v thuksdav. Subscription lutesSl u jtnr or three ye.na in ndvviice .1 Enlei-e11. liurijher, I'l.bllshcr. second-clu- ns s mail matter. Thursday, Jim. 10, 191?. have arranged club lines wiih the following papers at prices we CLUB KATES. For the convenience of our : s. below iiieiitinneu The Times and Cooiiei-Journal " " ' " " " Cincinunii Enquirer Louisville Heiald Home mid Farm Inthnd Fnmer Ameiican Farmer Southern Agriculturist 1.00 1.10 90 75 1.00 00 75 The automobile licenso went into ell'ect in this state January IS, 1910. Up to January 3912 the total collections amounted to $uo,S25 50. This was for a little over a year and a half. The to- tax for the year 1912 was t-- innking a total of the treasury to the a good roads fund. credit of There has been no law provided for the expenditure of this fund, but. it must be spent for the improvement of the roads of the stale. By the time the Legislature meets next year this fund will bo no less than $120,000 00 or at least 1,000 00 to each coun-tin the state. This will be a nucleus for a greater fund which should be supplemented by taxa tion and additional license, and expended equitably among the counties of the Bta te for the build ing of model roads. f,'07,2G0 CO CO $S2,-6u now in In our State thousandn of .'b are spent to elect Legislators every two years. The Legisla ture meets and spends thousands t.uvc in making bad laws and few good o.ies. The Court of Appeals tisi.it inz of seven men sit. and - e c.illed upon to review these pesied, and thereby annul .ost of the good work of the Leg-ve and a little of the bad v.otk. Thus are thousands of tlo'hirs mis&pent in this state 7 other year. In this nation it is far worse. SJiilions are spent in our elections and millions spent on our Co;grese3 each year. Nearly i 1! of the g8od laws that are passed in favor of the real people are set aside by four Federal Supremo Judges nnd the laws for the best interests of the classes and whiskey elements confirmed. Such a often and shameful condition of our State and Federal governments is why the Times is in favor of the Initiative and Referendum and the recall of Judges and all other public officials. As it now is it is a rule by the Judges and not a government for the people and by the people. We would like to try the latter form of government just to see how the people would like it. 1 v ov-0:1 dol- - The lawB of our land justly for bid the practice of law or medicine without firstgetting a di ploma from a good school of law or medicine, but with farmers they are allowed to go forth at random, wearing and tearing tl.e soil to shreds. This too in the face of the faof that all the gen erations to come must subsist up on the soils whether they bo worn out or replenished. No man has a moral right tocomplotely wear out a piece of land and ho should not have the legal privilege. r.. nnd believe him perfectly honora ble in all business transactions and financially ablo to carry out any obligations made by Ins firm. Wnltling, Kinnan it Marvin, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is token in ternally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of tho system. Testimonials sent free. Price-76c. EEDS Dibit, Curt MrtntMd toPluie XrerrOardentr tnj rintertionlcl trit th-- a si liar merlti of Our Nortbernarown &.!. frali, per bottle. Sold by 'nil for t FOR 10 CENTS will Mad postpaid our FAMOUS COLLECTION to. t lr. M D7 Ta.u . . . . . . .11). 1 flf. FrlanM lUdhk . . . T IP. I t(. MHrnlii . . 1 k. KriArrw-fcMCkktot. 11 ihiiil mrrtn . . faltertta UuM UtMM 4 . .lit Ida I.M Druggists. Take Hall's Family Pills onstipation. Adv. pwfar WrlW todiyt Smi n cnU to Mp Metlni and fMlv tb tbv. "ftmou ColttcUon.' OftnUn i tttwr with emr Jw n4 lnitretlv 8KF.D OftM CO. GREAT NOimillKN ft 1363 Jlose St. RocVfonl, Illinois Powell county is bettor than The trouble is her we think. people are slow to do things with out someone to go before and show them. They prefer to get where the force of the habit of their neighbors compels them to forge forward. WE WANT YOUR TRADE And if If the law which prohibits the sale or giving of liquor to minors weie observed, the criminals of this county would not be so many. We Sqare Dealing, backed with the best of prefer a good man advo- cating a bad thing to a bad man pledged to support a good thing. Washington is now getting full of men eager to help their coundown the offices. try How'srthls? We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh, that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, Goods will get it we are going to have it, if you give us a Chance. Call on or Write us for With a bull dog under one arm and a crate of eggs udder the dier, the industrious postman is not required to lift his cap in salutation as the fair mostress of the lfouse comes to get her morn-lim Buggies. Storm Fronts, Buggy Robes, Saddles, Horse Covers and Plow Gear of all Kinds. letters y You Will There is no further doubt a bout the L. & N. owuing and op erating the L. & E. The Times has the necessary proof of this. It is also a known fact that the L. & E. is a strong competitor of the L. & N. and the two should not be allowed to make a final merger. Will the commercial bodies of Winchester and Lex ington sit idly by and see these roads combine when it is so much to their interest that they should not? If these cities more interested than Clay City do this, Clay City nnd Powell county should see that suchan imposition is not imposed upon them. The Times is willing to aid in any way possible. Let us hear from you. The country is showing the utmost coufidence'in the ability and judgment of the Democrats in revising the tariff downward in accordance with the Demo cratic pledges and the usual business check occasioned by tariff legislation has not been noticed this year and it does not seem that there will be the slightest check to our present prosperity by reason of the democratic tar-il- l' bill. On the other hand industries are showing unusual activity in all lines, ami when the bill becomes a luw all business will be helped. The thirteen electors, of Kentucky met on the 18th day of the month of the 18th year of the century at Frankfort and cast the vote of the state for Wilson and Marshal. It was u little skeptical at first because the from the Ninth didn't show up, but his successor was speedily chosen and thus the good work weut ou. SAVE MONET BY COMING TO Scott & Lowry , 27 Lexington Avenue, Winchester, Ky. OldhamBros.&Cos GREAT Don't fail to attend our great TnnnnitTT flnouinrf Coin Loom End and Cut Price SALE. Suits and Clothing, Ladies' Ready-to-WeCloaks, Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, Hats, Carpets, Curtains, &c, at nearly half price. ar Twice a year we clean our stocks of everything that is classed "Season Goods". Twice a year you have an opportunity to buy thoroughly good merchandise at prices much lower than regular figures and when that opportunity is presented to you at a time when you have 3 months use of these goods, you owe it to yourself to take advauttge of this great event. ub MRS. J. W. WILLIAMS, Clay City, Ky. See This Space Next Week. COME AND COME QUICK. Oldham Brothers Mt. Sterling. $B CoM ADVANCEMENT After you obtain money by the daily earning cess, it is wise to obtain inteseA upon it under pro- USE HOPE MILLS FLOTJVi Baking Day is a Delight to those who are proud of their bread, cakes and rolls when they nre using the Pearl flour. No failure to have deMclously Ihvored bread that is light and tempting when you use this superlative and popular Hour. It is a favorite with everyone who loves good home made breadandwhoalwayagetitwheiithey bake bread made from l'carl Hour. our Interest plan. Lay aside regularly during thisyear part of your income. Make it productive through a safe interest rate. Clay City National Bank, Made CLAY CITY, KENTUCKY. by J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, Ky. JANUARY CLEARANCE Beginning . JAN. 20th. The YEARS' Best r OILL C AI money-saving- ENDING FEB. 20th. Bargain-Tim- e in Desirable and Wantable Winter Goods. s on stylish, seasonable and reliable merchandise. At no other time of the ear are you offered such wonderful True, we hold sales and offer remarkable values at other times of the year too. but even then we must make a profit, however slight, or we could not remain in business very long. Bug in January we banish all profits from our mind. The one vital, domand prices are very materially reduced on everything. inating idea is to an immediate andabsoluteclean-upofallwintergood- s You Will Surely Need Some of These Goods Before the Winter is Over; Buy Now and Save Generously. All ReadytoWear Tailored Suits at Prices Named. .Suits j:o 44 44 ClIDTC rVlIVl $ 5.00 and G.00 AT LESS Than Can be All had Elsewhere. 10c Dress Goods will go 44 44 44 44 at '.)- All 12u and 15c $3.85 All 20o and 25c 5.00 All 30c and 35c 0.00 All 50c and COc 8.00 All 75c All $1.00 - 10c IS).; Skirts 44 4 $20.00, $22.50 and $25.00 ' 15.00, 10.50 12.50 1JD.00 at " 44 $15.00 7.50 8.00 10.00 27 .J 42.'. 12.50 9.00 7.50 " " 44 " 44 , 5!vi 751.3 Great Saving in Shoes Everything in Shoes goes into Sale, inthis Unequalled-For-Values Same Deep Guts flade in Cloaks $20.00 15.00 10.00 44 14 Men's Suits and Overcoats, Hoys' Suits and Over- Clonks, $15.00 12 50 cluding High Tops Fop Men and Boys $1 50 High-top coats will come in for their 6liure of reduction in this 8.00 4.00 5.00,0.00,7.00, 2.75 2.50 4.00 3.50 3.00 2.50 2.25 2.00 1.75 it Shoes for Men, Boys, .4. Men. . Sale. $3.90 2.40 Blankets, Comforts, Underwear, Hosiery, Ribbon:-- , 2.20 3.40 Laces, Embroideries, Millinery, Notions, and everything 2 85 in Children's and Missies' Coats. $5.00 Values, 0,50 7.50 8.00 44 44 it i our large and varied stock of splendid merchandise. at, 44 44 44 $3.50 4.50 5.00 0.00 2.40 2.15 . 1.85 1.75 1.55 u No Coupons will be Given with 4 Sizes 2 to M years. The same big reductions indicated above will in Women's, Misses' and Ohildren'e Shoes. Purchases Made During this Sale. REMEMBER, JANUARY TWENTIETH TO FEBRUARY TWENTIETH. MRS. J. W. WLUAMS CLAY CITY, KENTUCKY. x5W-- , MFAlVWRDfififf (1 IJLiMJW VIMva NOTES By the Sun. SCEINCE SOON TO DISPEL DISEASE. Tho radlcnt cnorgy falling on the deck of a steamer crossing tlio ocean Is sufficient, If It could bo utilized, to propel the ship with greater speed than Is now d of Only obtalnod from coal. tho radiation Is cut off by tho air. Light has a chemical energy so Intense c life. This as to destroy energy In Its different manifestations Is a power In continuing llfo and curing disease, Tho y which Is really concentrated sun light, when applied to some of the less fatal chronic ailments ot germ origin has proven very clTcctlvo as a curallvo ageut. This Is tlio oxperlcncoof tho sklUnf xrwclallsta nt Dr. Pierco's In"Hands' ilotol and Surgical Institute In Mujlalo. Although um institution was founded many years ago by Dr. K. V. Study your horse. Pierce as a genuine homo not a ImspUal for thoso allllcW with chronic disease cows. Salt is essential for yet It has kept abreast of the times and Its trained spoclillsts havo become Medtheir various lines. Give young pigs comfortable quar- ical authorities in treatment, another InTho vlolct-r- y ters. teresting proceeding, id produced br concentrating tho light, rich In tho violet or One breed is always better than a chemical rays from an arc light with a specially prepared carbon, upon any porhodgepodge. tion of the body that may be the seat of pain. Sufferers from neuralgia, sciatica, strains, sprains, also from It Is not always the largest ben rheumatism, exhausting pains ( the origin thoso obscure that is the best layer. of which cannot at times be accurately determined) 'frequently II nd Immediate If not moldy sorghum Is an excellent relief fromaslngfo treatment and usually with a little Dorslstsnce In the uso of this root forage for all stock. aid, obtain comfortable- health or perfect recovery. sheep In order to have good-size- d Tho incandescent llght bath, consists of a cabinet In which tho patient is bathed grow them rapidly while young. In the combined rays of many electric light globes. This treatment has pro Poorly fed sheep will not produce duced really wonderful results is amoeies, very good wool, nor good mutton. and some forms of kidney and heart trouble. It has also proven valuablo In Equal parts of orn and oats are cnronlc Droncnius, oroncmai asmmn ana hard to excel as a grain feed for various skin diseases. As a general measure ltd elliclency can scarcely sheep. one-thirmlcro-organlX-ra- 5" TT fAKri lc During an extra cold spell of weather, add a little corn to the sow's grain ration. more Do not attempt to winter sheep than can be done without crowding. By the right kind of selection even the commonest dairy herd can be greatly improved. " Growing pigs should not be crowded into close, filthy quarters, exposed to vermin and disease. The driver more than the horse is always more to blame for the animal's being vicious if he ever is. Leave a horse untied when hooked to a' vehicle and he will be likely to be gone when you "return for him. You will appreciate the difference and Itetween d high-heade- d trees when you are picking the crop. Decaying vegetables In storage under the living rooms in the cellar are apt to promote ill health in the household. Keep both eyes open when near the gentle bull just the same as If he were ugly; or he may take you unawares. The best dairy cow Is the one that will convert the forage raised on the farm into the greatest Nimount of butter fat. thermometer comes Into Kood play any time of year, but is especially valuable to have around for winter churning. A dairy The sick who have been treated at Dr. Pierco's Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo. N.Y., have much 'to say In regard to this eaiilDDed Samitaritira. where all the above electrical apparatus, 'as well as olectrlc water baths, Turkish baths, static cur electric machines, rent, and otner most modern ana apparatus is used for the cure of The treatment of chronic diseases. chronic diseases that are Decullur to many years boon a fac-women have for tonntno cures anectou at tue invalids Hotel and Surgical Institute. The physicians and surgeons employed nro among the most experienced and skillful in the country, men who have made these diseases their life study, and whose highest ambition is to excel In their treatment. How woll thoy have succeeded may be Judged from the fact that their practice embraces cases from every State and Territory of the Union as woll. as from foreign lands. Many thousands are annually treated, either through correspondence or at Or'. Pierce's Institution. It Is jin old. adage that, " Experience makes perfect, and the skilled specialist In this, Hold of practice cure thousands of cases which have been abandoned as Incurable by general practitioners. Hundreds are brought to the Institution from far distant states and they go homo In a few weoks well and strong. QuItQ as marvelous are the thousands of cures anniiallj accomplished through correspondence, while tlio patient remUiw quietly at home. Others consult In person, unC after being examined aro provided wltl specially prepared medicines and returi home to carry out the treatment. In medicine there, has been rapid an real progress during recent years, and Dr Pierce has kept up with the times In tlia' he has had the manufacture and Ingrcdi n remedies Improve ents in his in a modern laboratory by skilled chem Isu, tho greatest earn bring exercised ti see that tho ingredients entering Into hi' n medicines Dr. Pierce's Fa vorltn Prescription as well as the "(ioldci Medical Discovery" nro extracted Iron the best variety of native medicinal roots These are gathered with great care anc at the proper season of tlio year, so tha their medicinal properties may bo most won-derful- lv te well-knowwell-know- be Farm For Sale. of pracitcally level farming land, just rolling enoug to drain weU. About half of this f irm is of a good heavy black corn and wheat land and the rest is of a sandy loam and brings good grass and other products,. and is now mostly set in blue grass. Most of this farm has been set in grass for a number of years nnd is in a fine shape for cultivation, and is located oh the public road that leads from Irvine to Alt. Sterling and also on the south by public road, rhisplae has on it a good dwelling of seven rooms, veranda and porch, splen did well and milk house right at the door, 1 chicken house, 1 buggy house, corn crib, 1 barn, good blacksmith shop and all other necessary outbuildings', about 3 acres, in orchard, ancP-iin about half mile to two churches, about 30 rods to "good publio'school and 35 rods to postoffice, general store and Masonic Lodge; in about 4 miles oi town and railroad. This farm is splendidly located and is surroundrespectaole famied by as lies as can be found in the country anywhere and will make, a nice home for anyone. The owner has urgent reasons for converting this farm into cash as he must tak care of some Western business. down, Terms made easy, about the balance can be run for a term of years for reafouable rate of interest. This farm is going to sell at a bargain to some one, and anyone seeking a farm of this description can call on or write to It. A. Kerby, Spout Spring, Ky. 125 acres $100 Reward! IFarni Drain Tile will bo paid to any person having any kind of pain or ache if Shipp'e Quick, Make Your Wet Land Productive. Kclief Linim'cnt fails togivo instant relief and the purchase price is not re- By the use of drain tile you car. funded. Try it and see. 60c. At All turn Jthat low, wet, useless, swam Druggists. py field into the most productive spot on your farm. Good tile, properly placed, not only carries off surplus water, it admits air to the and 'makes it easy to work. It improves any soil. The increace in the vulue of the land is many time the cost of the tile. The first year's crop from tiled land payB for it. Any body can do the work Shrubs, Asparagus, Rhubarb, PeanJes successfully. Write for particulars or ci'll at oui plant. Roses, Phlox, etc. TREES FREE ! poll Fruit and Ornamental NO AGENTS GROWERS OF WHAT WE SELL. CATALOG Red River Brick & Tile Company, STANTON, - KENTUCKY. s H. P. HiIIenmeyer& Sons, Lexington, Ky. CAPITAL STOCK, 8100,000 ' j on SUKPtUS AND UN- - high-and- " DIVIDED PROFITS. 200,000 THE Patent pmot- - sitjnu HOWn If Uttfk'fw smbabl ITAtN Ut mi HU MTtNTS. book Winchester Bank. 3 OP WlMCHSTKH, Kv. K SWIFT AM. ' 303 8vNth PATKNT LAWYERS. 8t, WawWftM,B.C. N.Hoi.tY WiTnKimrooN.PnEs, W, Ti. 8PIIAR, I OAHIIIRK. 8 3 "Clean Up the Bowels and YOUR ACCOirNTS SOLICITED H Keep Them Clean" There had for culty is without are many remedies to be constipation, but the diffito procure one that acts, violence. A remedy that does not perform b y force what should be accomplished by persuasion is Dr. Miles' Laxative Tablets. After using them Mr. N. A. Waddell. 3 I S Washington St., Waco, Tex., says: SWEETCLOVER PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Services 2nd and 4th Sabbaths of each month. Prayer Meetings, Wednesday evenings. Chas. E. Mann, Pastor, EtfccUve&Nj&r30l 191a. A 'great fertilizer, and a hardy vigorous forage plant for hay and Will grow in any soil, paoture. even in rocky places. Can lie sown with spring oats, or gown alone in May for meadow, and sown in with "Almost all mr corn nt the last cultivation. Prices life I have been of: sei;c, and circular bow to grow it j tr juili J AtMtV t eonrtlpaUon, and faav sent oil request. Btemed.' to ' cmuse pain without ivtar BOKHARA SEED CO., Falmouth, Ky. i Lexington and Eastern Railway Company. WESTERN DIVISION. So. 1 Dox .)!). OVER e YEARS' EXPERIENCE 2. Daily l M. :3-- r East Bound No. 4. Daily A. M. 2:17 2:35 :l:05 3:47 1:01 1 ; l:-- i :2! 5:3"S L.&E. Junct. " " City: Camptou' Junct." " Torrent. H'ttyvilleJunct." " Athol. O. & KJunct. " " Jacks on, " Quicksand. Lexington, Winchester, Ky. 7 :0.r) 7:47 oiy 8.00 8:81 0:15 0:32 ll:0 ll:2-1 10:24 10:57 - DCSIQNS COPVRIOHTa Ac AnrontMBrilof tketrh and dMOrlptlon BUT nlckl uearuln our orliilnn fre whether n lurenllon It yrobablr palwiUbw. Conimnnle. HMMlDOK en Palenu IloiuatrtetiMiilldwittal. ucr for tMurlnir iMMiit. uut Oldtn Co. rolT emeiiM Ukw throufh Muun fjxcloi twCic. without ebsrie, la to THAW MAIWa fr. SckMlifK t reliable The supply of vegetable matter 1b most easily maintained In the soil by the growing of green crops and by the application of manure. Change In the conditions of dairying Is driving many men out of the work because they would rather quit thun Improve their methods. Horse breeding requires more capital. Is more profitable If successful, and Involves larger losses If not, than any other kind of etock breeding. Moles In a garden prove an Intolerable nuisance. Wbllo they may be trapped, the only sure way Is to Inject blsulphate of carbon Into their These extracts are then madtrtolubla Ir d glycerine and bottled puro Everyone who consults tho specialists whether by letter or in .person rocclve; 1:55 the most careful attention. WOO Great care Is exercised not to over encourage those who consult the specialist; W30 ot this institution that no laUo hopes 1:03 3:25 may bo raised. 3:13 Consultation by letter or In person absolutely free no charge whatever so 7:10 that the nubile when afflicted are invited :C1 to write Dr. Pierce at the Invalids Hotel (:",- and Surgical Institute, liuffalo, N. Y, :50 triple-rellnu- No. 1. Dully A. M. West Bound No. 3. Dull) V. M. cuUtlou of nr aslenllllo tiirnal, O'errui. tl a rmn four muutu, f Bull bi ll irawtdwtlin. A ksndMraAr lllnntniled wceklr. flmtm. ,IrMt dr. Jackson;' R'ttyvilleJuiiet." Torrent, " Caiupton Jjmct. " " O. & K. Junct. " '. " Athol, (juluksund, Ky. l:a 1:.17 ii:T 3:21 4:47 5:0(. 6:41 :2t I finally tried Dr. UUes HaxatlVe Tablets and found them excellent Their action Is pleasant and mild, and their chocolate taste makes them easy to take. I am more than Clad to reoemmend them." "Clean up the bowels and keep them clean," is the advice of all physicians, because- they realize the danger resulting from habitual constipation. Do not delay too long, but begin proper curative measures. Dr. Miles' Laxative Tablets area new remedy for this old complaint, and a great improvement over the cathartics you nave been using in the past. They taste like candy and work like a charm. A trial will convince you. Dr. Miles' Laxative Tablets are sold by all druggists, at 25 cents a box containing 25 doses. If not found satisfactory after trial, return the box to your druggist and he will return your money. MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ir. U much relief. 2:2f " Clay City, L. & E. 'Junet. " " Winchester,' " Lexington, 8:ro tJtMJ Was Wrong runs. 1913 uiary and Wall Calendar For Cur Readers. Wo take pleasure in announcing that any render of this panel .m H cure u valuable, pocket for JUl!) Iiy sending four 1- A di-nr.- Hee v Btop jour baa linatli with Dr. Miles Lji native TublulM. spaces fur eac! stuti'B tlie mount of corn, wheat, oat?, tc mcco and cotton produced h m li state, a lirief synopsis of th ife of each 'resident from WwO nloii to Taft, fMves the populo ion of each stale in 181)0, Iflfil ml 11)10, a synopsis of luisiuei-aw'F- , patent law, household in 'urination and etc. It woul coHt 2oc ut hook store. For three stamps the; will Fend a nice wall caloudt-sizJO x 1 i (idles. Send pevet Went stmiij b for the diary him calendar, woilli fully 40 ceil Is. ent stamps to D. Swift ic Co. Patent Lawyers, WushiiiiKtoii D 0. The dairy contains OO page?, lute and note Cast EASTERN DIVISION West bound hound No. 5. All women, who suffer from the aches and pains, due to female ailments, are urged to try Cardui, the reliable, Nd. 0. DAILY Sx.Sun. ti .0 DAILY Kx.Sun. lutein the year, 1: 2:03 p. i. 111. 1. " Krypton, " " 2:4(1" " Hazard, " WhitesJmrK" rs:K 7:00" " .MclU'berls," 1:40" I!o3" ' Wlihkf laeksun, Hmldix. Ky. 12:60 p. m " 12:28" " It :M a. 111 10:10" " 10:20" " scientific, tonic remedy, for women. Cardui acts promptly, yet gently, and without bad effects, on the womanly system, relieving pain, building up strength, regulating the system, and toning up the nerves. During the past half century, thousands of ladies httvc written to tell of the quick curative results they obtained, from the use of this medicine. well-known 7:28" " 0:00" " TAKI Train No. 4 arrives lit Quicksand, Extension h! nation of the il:25 11, 111. and. train No. 3 leiiver 2uicl:sand for Jiiukson ut 1 :25 p. 111. CONNECTIONS. Train No. 1 will make con nectiou with the Lo. N. at LcxiiiKtoi tor Louisville, Ky. Train No. 3 will muko ciiniu'i'tlon wltli L.& N. tit for Cincinnati. O. .exIiiKton : Win-Chest- The WormnsTonic 11 1 AND KAaMKT HIDES IMIEST JAM W WaalCoamiwIca. KICK v'OHN WHITE 4k CO.. Writ tot prioiattamiitkaUigtbien) TABLISHCD W37 A8 Hues. UW ru!3 lowanua. Kx Juniiiton Junct. I'raiiiaNos. l,2,3uin 4 will niako connection with Jlountui. Central lty. to unu from Caniiton. Ileal lv illi'Juiift. Trains Nos. , 2 mil 3 will iiiuke connection with the L. i A. liiillwuy fur IWattyvllle, Ky. 0. A K. Junct. TruIiiK No. Sdaily an No. 4 dally except gun. will make con in ction w ith tliuOhloA Kentucky lt for Cuiim-- City uud O.-- K. vtutions. 1 . I A Mrs. Jane Callclian suffered from womanly trouble for nearly ten years. In a letter from Whltevllle, N. C, she says : " I was not able to do my own housework. My stomach was weak, and my blood was wrong. I had backache, and was very weak. I tried several doctors, but they' did me no good. I used Cardui for 3 or 4 months, and now I am in the best health I have ever been. I can never praise Cardui enouglu" It is the best tonic, for women. Whether seriously sick, or simply weak, try Cardui. -- VrUtta! LmUtt' Advliorr Dent., fhiifiiwm UIU., tor Seximl UstnicUeai. tail M-pbock. " Horn Trwtts t Ux Woatn." ru.ii.... Mt frtt )M