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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): January 23, 1913 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1913 cla1913012301_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 23, 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. . THE CLAY CITY TIMES. "" '" " i - l.oo a Year in Advance. Wi art here to help Clay Cityrtbe Sirroonding Couitry ail Ourselves. .1. E. Burgher, Publisher. VOL. XVIII. Parcels Post, Country Editors and Merchants. For the first time in the CLAY CjKTy, KY.,:THURSDAY. JANUARY 23, J9I3. Stanley Aftet L. N. Railroad. NO. 4. Increased School Attendance. Hamlett Makes Defense. parcel? post as wHl as mail order houses understand it, they would Answering tilie question why know that the parcels post will Kentucky remains so low in ileditors that are intelligent, prove to be the greatest bles- literacy in the list of States and n throughout the country, will sings the country editors and territories in 4tho Union, Barks to receive u fair reward for country storekeepers have over dalo Hamldtt.fitate Superintend the work that they do. And to known. ent of Publfclistruction hns giv say that the profit for the counWith parcels post the local en out. an iutewiew in which he try editor of ability and charac- merchant's prosperity must in- says that if ji&uld be unfair to ter will be 5 annually for every crease at. once. And with the compare aStatj with a rural.pop-ulatiosubscriber to his newspaper is parcels post the country editor of 76fper cent as Ken putting it mildly. will, for the first time, come to. tucky with a Site like Rhode which has only a rural popBoom the parcels post; make his own. The parcels post will it better; explain to your local give to the country merchant, a ulation of 8.3. V storekeepers that through it he delivery system as good as that He also saidit would be unfair can deliver goods direct. He can of the greatest city department to compare tvenrucKy, wmcn ae be the agent xf the manufactur- stores, and to the local editor a rives all of its revenues for schools er! who has no time to start a full value forhis important, serv- from direct taxation, with a State mail order house, and has no in- ices to the nation. New York like Minnesota whioh has a per manent schooljuhd of $21,000,000 Journal. clination to do it. derived from Bejmol lands. Also Let. the storekeeper advertise The Truth. that it would bejdnfair (o compare through the country newspaper The Leader is what it is. It Kentucky- witn a double scliool what he can do. tries to be frank nnd open in its system, one for Whites and anoth Let the country newspapers advocacy of menand measures. er for blacks with aState like In impress upon the manufacturers If it consulted the ''dollar" god at diana, which 'Mas but one school the fact that they, the editor all times would be healthier pos- system, the whiles and blacks at it and country merchant are the tending the same school. sibly, from a material standpoint, only salesmen in direct contact but it simply will not bow to that Among States, like Delaware, with those that live in the counlow, Bcophanti8h idol. It is pass Maryland, Virginia, North Oaro try. ing strange to us how some ediGeorgia, There is room for everybody in tors "play both sides against the Una, South Olrnlinn, Florida, Missouri, Kansas, Ten this country that is to say, for middle," how they cringe aud nessee, Alabama, Mississippi, everybody who intends to be of crjkwl along for the sake of mak- Texas'. Arkansii and Oklahoma. any service. And the mailorder ing an extra dollar, how their very Hamlett says itiwould be fair to houses will live. But their great souls seem warped by the desire place Kentuckj in comparison, monopoly will cease. for material advantage. It would and amnhsr thifc States. Kentuckv Do not overlook the fact they, seem that, people, would get tired stands te.ntjKtfreapjst ttf pert i3'eingintelligent men, realize and disgusted with such actions, coinage oi arf enuance, eignru in what we have told you here. They but do they? If the people of this amount expended for school per know that there is real danger in country would demand frankness capita of rural population, eighth the parcels post. They know and courage of the editors, the in amount expended per capita of that it makes practically worth- entire populace, together with average attendance, third in less their elaborate system of the editors, would be benefitted. of male teachers, fourfreight, delivery, which they have Harrodsburg Leader. teenth in the average monthly liuilt up through years. They salaries, fourth in value of school Twenty boys from the South know that their system of selling pooperty, third in total revenues from a hundred pounds of goods at a ern states and twenty-threfor school purposes, in amount of time in order to take advantage Northern states who won prizes Stute funds, fifth in amount of for growing corn is beiug enter local taxation, seventh in per of a low freight rate now goes tained at Washington this week centage of illiteracy, fourteenth the merchants in the coun- by the Department of Agricul- iu white illiteracy, eleventh in If try, and the local editors through- ture. The best yields by far ar negro illiteracy, sixteenth in put the country, understood the from the Southern states. of illiteracy reduced in his-tory, bo-gi- n d, .... - Representative Stanley appeared before the Houeo Interstate and Foreign Commerce Committee and pleaded for the passage of the bill designed to relieve switching conditions in Louisville. He told this committee that "The purpose of the L. & N. in refusing to handle competitive switching," uis to force shippers so to freight their goods as to enter Louisville over L. & N. tracks. Unless they do, shippers are told they can unload their stuiT in the yards and dray it the few hundred yards that stretches between the rival railroad terminal and the destination of the goods. No city in the country lies so completely at a railroad's mercy as Louisville. The manufacturing concerns there are as absolutely deprived of the benefits of law as if they were in some inaccessible portithe State. The L. & N. is confident, of its power since the decision it fears only act of Congress. Meanwhile it has gone on of An increased enrollment of more than 15,000 among white pupils in the rural schools, an increase of 40,013 in the daily average attendance, and an average increase in the salaries of rural teachers of $20, are some of the results of the enforcement of the compuUory education law,-- coupled with the law, basing the salaries of teachers on the percentage of enrollment and attendance as well as efficiency, according to report made by the Kentucky Department of Education to the Federal Educational Bureau. These statistics deal only with conditions in the white rural schools. The report to the Legislature was anticipated iu this insolently, arrogantly abusing its power." A. O. Estes and sons, Clarence and Dillard Estes, sold their crops of tobacco to Winchester dealers at 12 cents straight. - regard at the request of the Federal department. The white enrollment for the school year 1911-1- 2 was 100,618, as compared was 885,007 for the preceding year. The average daily attendance was 241,939, as compared with 201,028 the preceding year. The average salary of rural teachers was 8200, as compared with 8264 the preceding year. There was expended on the schools for the year $3,465,642.22, an increase of $373,949.34; and local taxes raised aggregated and increase of $1S5,-883.8- 0. per-cenua- e F. & A. M., of Clay City, Ky., held its annual election of officers at its Hall, December 27th, with the following results: J. E. Niblack, Master; J. W. Williams, Senior Warden; Sam Carr, Junior War-deA. T. Whitt, Treasurer; J. W. Woolery, Secretary ; A. M. Burgher, Senior Deacon ; D. R. Daniel, Junior Deacon; Thomas Edge, Tyler. Powell-Lodge.No4.645, n; Smallpox has brokon out among the Green River flood sulFerers marooned on Aslibyburg lull. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Services 2nd and 4th Sabbaths f each month. Prayer Meetings, Wedne.sdny evenings. Chas. E. Mann, Pastor. w We are showing an Elegant Line of FALL ANP WINTER the last ten years. In the actual number of illiterates in each one hundred persons in the State, there are persons over ten years old who cannot read and write, a number ex ceeded in twolve States of the Union. The daily Tobacco Bulletin and weekly farming Journal have been launched at Lexington. As its name implies this weekly Journal will be devoted to agricultural in terests. The first and second la sues are a credit to ita publinher3 and is well worthy the support of the farmers of this section. I contains each week a dally account of the sales on the Lexington loose leaf tobacco market. It also gives market reports from other cities of the state. The subscription price it fcl 00 Pbr year and well worth Vnoney to any farmer in the Come to Our Store And let us show you what a nice line of goods we carry. Our stock of Dry Goods, Notion"1, is Groceries, Hardware, Clothing, Shoes and etc. replete with GOODS Including Cloaks and Wraps Ladies' Suits, Millinery, and etc. MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING to fit you and your pocketbook. Variety, Style and Quality. THIS COMBINED WITH OUR Low Prices Make it to your interest to give us a good share of be- When you want any kind of Merchandise, think of your trade. We strive to please our customrrti SHIMFESSELS and give us the opportunity to please you as we ' have been dowg for so many years pa with satisfadkm both to you and ourselves. state. . cause we know satisfied customers are our bent assets. Fred 8methers has moved from this city to A. O, Humes' place near Waltersvilla. Mr. BaJnes has moved to tile place on the Clay Oity and Spout Spring road where he formerly lived. Within seven hours after he had slain the Chief of Police of Gulfprt, Miss., a negro burglar hud been tried convicted and sentenced to death. Yours to please, WALDRON & JOHNSON, Everything to Please the Customer Waltersville, Ky. THE TIMES.. rUULISllKf VKiir THURSDAY. 81 a ubscrfpiion rates jerir or three Wars in .advuncu 8. .1. E. Hunjhcr, Publisher. second-clas- s Entered a mnil mntter. Thursday, --- Jan. 2!!, 1.01.1. CLUB RATES. For the convenience of our sub scribert), we have arranged cluu'rates with the following papers at pricee below mentioned : The Times and Courier-Journ- al 1.10 Cincinnati Enquirer DO " Louisville Herald 75 Home and Farm Whenever a court dissolve a 1.00 " Inland Farmer 90 trust the trust seems to call a " American Farmer ' Southern Agriculturist 75 meeting to determine what to do with the resulting surplus. No one would think of emIt is against the law to send ploying a laborer four years and obligating himself to keep him booze by parcel post, as post for that period of time regard- masters have all the temptations less of what he might'prove him- they can withstand now. self to be worth after lie began Remember, unless you are un his services. That is what we do usually strong, you are liable to though when wo elect a man to fall down in trying to help some oflice we must keep him for his one else up. full term of oflice notwithstandfact his official acts after ing We could have monev to spend he gets into ollico demonstrates for better roads if we didn't to us that he has sold out to the have to spend it for other things. "interests". They say you can-- ' not prove this on them, and if Under the Wilson administra you can, impeach them. People tion there will be no protection frequently know things they can- for manufacturers of panics. not prove. If we have a hand at work in the field and we go out and find him working hard every time we see him, but still see he isn't turning off any work hard ly and is not doiug his work well we conclude he is resting on u when our back is turned and brand him as a traitor and dis miss him. That is the way we shuld be able to do our public officials. Officers are nothing more than servants of the peo pie and the people should have the same right to discharge un worthy employes as individua t.,-- u $1.00 Talking good roads is one thing postmaster under Democratic ap- and buildintr them is another pointment was held at Marion, thing. Wo bavo a superfluity of Senator Ollie James' homo town. the former and a forlorn dearth There were eight candidates in of the latter. the field. The vote was by seThe reason some people have cret ballot and proved a most satisfactory solution of the post- so little is because they have master selecting problem for the spent so much. 'Yo'u can't pull new'adtninistratinii. It cortu in- both ends of tho" string all the " ly does relieve the referee of n time.- -' great responsibility and a lot of bitter enemies after he' makes SPOUT SPRING. the selection. The roads between this place Gov. Wilson sayshe would like and Olay City have become very , to( w,alk to the Capitol to be in- bad. augurated, and wo know other D. R. Daniel bought several Gentlemen who would be wil- heifers in this community last ling to crawl on their hands week at 5J cents per ppund. for the sake of being The first primary to select a Marion McKinriejr, of Lexington, spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. aud ;,Mrs. T. S. " y. and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially ablo to carry out any obligations made by his firm. Walding, Kinnan & Marvin, WholefaIo,DruggistB, Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure is token internally, acting directly upon the blood And mucous surfaces of the. system. Testimonials sent free. Price 75c. per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. Tako Hall's Family Pills for Adv. nnstipatinn. SEEDS ttt.MDTMU t Im Frith, Reliable, :'ur fluirinteitf to Pint Krcry Otnlf ner nd PUnterlhouMtfitth anarlar inrfltt nl Oaf Northern Orownfcenl. FOR lO CENTS we will tend pottpalil our FAMOUS COLLECTION f.1 t. hrlf jrr.w.k..d UtttM tr. r.lUrUI lubl ! .... ttit . spieiai. orrcH SIX to. Iff It- Ift. T"tUl CktlM TUmtr WrtU kxl.fl F.nd 19 mdU to 1lp Mm ttpor Tamoot VclWtUm, paektnf tnd nd tmtictlr KtrUn QnlA with tr 1JC3 tar anKAT NOllTHKllN SKKO CO. Itnckfunl.IIIlHutk lUua St. rlr fl !"( I.OB '1 til FREE TRIP to Winchester 0 Henry Wiseman, of Clark county, was here a few days this week visiting relativas and looking af-tthe purchase of some cattle. er riONDAY, JAN. 27th, COUNTY COURT-DAY. Elder G. W. Mcintosh sold two mules on the Mtv Sterling court We will allow market Monday fdr three dollars and one horse for made of us, to one hundred and forty dollars. hun-dre- d How'sThis? Dollars of Catarrh Reward for that cannot be' cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J.jCheney & Co., Toledo, O. We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for , the last 15 years, We offer One Hundred- e you 10 per cent. - of any purchase cover railroad fare to Winchester January 27th, County Court Day, if you will fill out the coupon below and bring it to our.store. We carry a full line of all kinds of any-a- se Harness, Saddles and Plow Gear, in fact everything for the Horse. Name. Address. You Will save mmm BY COMING TO Scott & Lowry, 27 Lexington Avenue, Winchester, Ky. OldhamBros.&Co.'s GREAT have. Private hands perform their duties honestly and wel because they know if they fni to do so they will be fired. Ofli cers would also do better if they knew the people could and would turn them out for failure to do their duty. Give us the recall advance in gasoline by the oil trust is but human. The demand for this com modify has increased so rapidlv since tue nuvent ot automobiles that the oil trust is taking advantage of the situation to make uncalled-fo- r Syanuary Clearing Sale. Twice a year we clean our stocks of everything that is classed as "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 advantage of this great event. Loom End andGuf Price SALE. Clothing, Ladies' Ready-to-WeSuits and Cloaks, Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, Hats, Carpets, Curtains, &c, at nearly half price. ar The MRS. J. W. WILLIAMS, Clay City, Ky. See This Space COME AND COME QUICK. many more millions. The policy df all business is, increased trade brings increased prices, while decreasing trade in any business will bring lower prices. If au tomobiles should quit using gas nline the price would drop ui stantly to 8 and 0 cents, what it used to be, against 18 and 20 cents tho wholesale prico at Oldham Brothers Mt. Sterling. $B Co., Mt Week. present. Tho subcommittee in charge of Kentucky publio buildings appro priutions drew its final report grant 1425,000 for Kentucky projects. Why not this amount of money for good roads? If for good roads and this amount should bo equally al lotted among the counties of the State Powell county would receive about four thoueaud dollars or e nough to build at least four miles of good gravel road in the county. And this would be of more value to Powell county than all the Government buildings in the State. ADVANCEMENT After you obtain money by the daily earning cess, it is wise to obtain inteseit upon it .under pro- USE HOPE & MILLS FLOTJ hi Baking Day is a Delight to those who are proud of their hread, cakes and rolls when they are using the Pearl flour. No failure to have deUuiously flavored bread that is light and tempting when yoi- use this superlative and popular Uour. It is a favorite with everyone who loves good home ninde breaduhdwhoulwaysgctitwhejUhey bate- ureau maue irom ruari uour. - our Interest plan. Lay aside regularly during thisycar part of your income. Make it productive through' a sale interest rate. Clay City National Bank, Made mchiv CLAY CITY, KENTUCKY. by J. ANDREW iCAIN, Versailles, ' ;Ky. T M TIMES A HOMK-MADE PAPEK. THURSDAY, JAN. 23, J 913 LOCAL BREVITIES. Mi. Mild Mre. 8. 1). Hall, of Stnntoii, spent the first of tlio week with Mrs. Hall's parents Mr. n ml Mrs. 0. Sliimfessel. Tlie Uev. Jmljre L. F. Mnnn delivered two sound gospel ser iiioiis at the Methodist clmrcli Sunday morning and tit night, Henry Merritt, of Olark coun ty has been indicted twenty-eeen times for illegally eelling li mior in dry portions of the v county. Elder Paul Derthick, of Stan ton, preached at the Christian church Sunday morning and e vening, delivering good sermons to appreciative audiences. Another necro was killed at one of the railroad contractors' construction camps in Clark county Saturday at midnight at Philadelphia immediately Liquor is the accredited cause. lapsing into-- trance. Relatives Scott & Lowry, the reliable were telegraphed that, the young MOWS SEEDS SUCCEED! Winchester outfitters for hors lady was dead and that the body SPECIAL OFFER mi ea will pay your railroad fare to rjlJo te V1Moar Mrmueat customer. Hw Buhm A. trial man roa would shortly arrive in Winches Winchester Monday court day. ter. An lltlIUnQJIIMIMOTi nil. undertaker was employ I r. njMM Tmi t ipienaia t uim. i dms Tntns Head their advertisement in this ed to take care of the body. The issue for particulars. next morning, however, the Write todmy t,jneatlon this Paper. Master Austin Johnson was young lady revived and a uis 1 SEND 10 CENTS given a birthday party Monday patch was sent, to Winchester to M Hnc povUf ud pt4ktaf M tcrr tkU Yftlulla coUMtlm at B4 pertpfctd. tooth., with mj Ut in honor of his sixteenth mini that effect. Physicians in charge S uili tte Hot tuUi'm of Sm1, rusu. .c SRUCKBEE STREET versary. A number of his young think the young lady may re xoorrom.ui. friends were present and enjoy cover. d themselves very much. a S. M. Mapel, formerly of this city, but now one of Estill county's progressive farmers, has lost sever al head of young ca'ves on his fa tnous Cottage Furnace ranch. S, Quarterly Meeting. O. Baker, of this county has also On next Saturday and Sundav had several head to die. the 25th and 20th the Second King Alfonso, who is learning to Quarterly meeting wilMie held in the Methodist church ntOlny run an aeroplane, probably remem City. Dr. John It. Deering the hers the trouble his friend Manuel, Presiding Elder will preach Sat ur ot rortugai naci in making a hurried exit. day night and Sunday. The com A Hero in a Lighthouse. munion services will be Hold on For7eara J. S. Donahue, So. Ha Sunday moruing at eleven ven, Mich., a civil war captain, as clock. Every cordially invited to a lighthouse keeper, avt rted nwf u attend these services. wrecks, but a queer fact is, he $ioo Per Plate might have been a wreck, himself, was pair" at a bnnqueOto Henry if Electric Bitters had not prevent Clay, in New Orleans in 1842 ed. "They cured mo of kidney Mighty costly for those with Btom trouble and chiln," he writes, "af noli trouble or indigestion. Today tor I had taken other so called peopfe everywhere use Dr. King'n cures for years, without benefit and New Life Pills for these troubles as they also improved my sight. Now, well hb liver, kidney and bowel die ut seventy, I am feeling fine." For orders. Easy, safe, suae. Only dyspepsia, indigestion, all stomach 25 cts at all dealers. Adv. liver and kidney troubles, they're without equal. Try them. Only 50c Revived from Trance. at an dealers. Adv. Miss Burmce Elkin, of Win Chester, underwent an operation social was given to the young people of Clay City by Mrs. A. T. Whitt Friday night of last week. Such social gatherings are enjoyable and very especially entertaining, when presided ever by such an agreeable hoRtess as Mrs. Whitt. A high class .Monuny was an ideal growing Spring day. January so far has been a milder month than Decern berwas. Thia li the reason why women have " ncrvet." When thouKhtt be!a to trow cloudy and uncertain, impultea laj and the warning of pain and distress are seat like fiyini message throughout limbs and frame, straightway, nine times in ten, a woman will lay the cause o( the trouble to some defect at the point where she first felt it. Is it a headache, a backache, a sensation o( irritability or twitching and uncontrollable nervousness, something must be wrong with the head or back, a woman naturally say, but all the time the real trouble very often center in the womanly organs. In nine cases out of ten the seat of the difficulty is here, and a. woman should take rational treatment for its cure. The local disorder and inflammation of the delicate special organs o( the sex should be treated steadily and systematically. Dr. Pierce, during a long period of practice, found that a prescription made from medicinal extracts of native root s, without the use of alcohol, relieved over 90 per cent, ot such cases. After using this remedy for many years in hia private practice he put it up in form of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription, that would make It easily procurable, and it can be had at any store where medicines are bandied. Why Rave "CTerves? Mrs. Ltu, B. Hawkins, of Zens, Va., writes: " I had boon falling In health for two ynars most of tho tlmo was not ahlo to attend to my household duties. Foraalo woaknoss was my troublo and I was gnttlntt very had but, thanka to Doctor Pterco's modlcinos, I am well and strong ncaln. I took only throo bottles of ' Favor-It- o Prescription,' and used tho ' Lotion Tabluts.' I havo nothing but praise for Doctor PIcrco's wonderful medicines." TAKE DR. PIERCE'S PLEASANT PELLETS FOR LIVER ILLS. When in Need of Builder's Hardware, Cbinet Mntles, Grates, Tiles, Cooking or Heating Go to or Write Stoves, SEEDS ( 1 11 Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, I U i J. T. Potts is home from Ten nessee on a visit. Mr. Potts was detained for several days on ac count ef high water. He says the water was over the railroad tracks in some places from three to seveu feet. A movement is said to be forming to extend franking priv iliges to Presidents-elec- t and Vice Presidents-elect- . It is stat ed Frightful Polar Winds blow with terrific force at the far north and play havoc with the skin. causing red, rough or sore chapped hands and Kps, that need Bucklen's Arnica Salve to heal them. It makes the skin soft and smooth. Unrivaled for also burns, boils, sores, ulcers, cuts, bruises and piles. Only 25 cents at all dealers. Adv. cold-sores, Winchester, - Ky. SHIPP'S inis 15 QUICK- - RELIEF LINIMENT. relieving pain I have ;ever used. T) .1 1 T It Is tne liniment tne people are talking about. the most wonderful remedv for t Cant. that President-elec- t Wilson'i i Judge Mann at Beattyvllle. stamp bills since November have averaged $50 a day. Judge L. F. Mann of Clay Clay once a citizen ot our towu and well known to all out people, was At Winchester J. W. Nelson, here on business Wednesday in one of the college team who vis connection with the death of old ed uiay uity a tew weeks ago Aunt Sis Brandenburg, who liv wa severely burned about the ed for long years with him nud face and hands Tuesday occasion who died at the home of James on the 20 ed by the explosion of a patent Hogan her nillikan Business Schojl, gasoline iron which he was ex of December. The Judge carried LEXINGTON, KY. a policy on her life, and it was amiuing. to make final proofs of her death BOOKKEEPINO, D. It. Daniel bought from vu SHORTHAND, that ho was here. He looks as TYFEWRITINQ. rios persons of the county ubout well as he did in the old days seventy head of cuttle and drove when he built railroads, operated them to the Mt. Sterling market dealt in ties and tim Thi8 6chool has turned out huu where he disposed of them at bers, and carried on a glorious dred8 of men and women who v Mr. Daniel aleo good prices. are successes. It will make Sunday School at the Courthouse paid good prices for them, con here, the like of which has never a success of you. tenting himsolf with small been seen since he left us. Beat . jinolits. tyville Enterprise. Write for Catalogue. Leeter Bryant, 1G years eld, War A dirl's Wild Mldalgtif Ride. ren county cnatnpion boy corn son-in-la- I used this liniment and the pnin and soreness disappeared like niaizic. Jailer W. T. Ballenger, Lexington, Ky. For reliovinc aches and nains this liniment beats anything I ever saw. J li. iiCtton, Lexington, ity. It is the only remedv I have found that hag given mo any relief since I was paralized four years ago Mrs. Susan welborn, Aowburg, Ind. If it fails to relieve anv pain in anv part of the body in fifteen minutes, usk lor your money uacK. SOLD KY ALL LEADING DItUGGISTS. Cut Prices On Winter Goods. See This Space Next Week. saw-mill- s, grower of Kentucky, was found in rooming-housut Washington Monday dead from gus asphyxia' tion. Ho had gone to Washinu'.ot) as a guest of the Department of Agriculture. a e To warn people of a fearful forest fire in the Catskills a young girl Stop that body Ache!.1 ssssssi II, rode horseback at midnight and' saved many lives. Her deed was glorious but lives aie often saved by Dr. King's New Discovery iu curing lung trouble, coughs and colds, which might have ended in consumption or pneumonia. ''It cured me of a dreadful oouth and " vWCHMOJ.KY. ung disease," writes W. It. Pat- tereon, Wellington, Tex., "after ATralaiBf m mtm V School for TMufcers four In our family had died with coiiHiimption, and I gained 87 IIWWUHI IN MM DHK Kr tuuttM. tiu u tn r.uu pounds." Nothing so sure and .safe for all throat and lung troubles. Hmm. 1 Price 50oaud 11.00. Trial bottle .iwnf It. TIM T Juw; free. Guaranteed by all dealers. tkTafllI 1 Anv ache or pain in any part of the can be relieved with Shinp's Quick Uelief Liniment. 100 reward If it falls and the purchase price is not rciunuea. iry 11 ana see. ooo At ah Druggists. Hardwick & Co., Stanton. MONEY'S?!?! ,v We UU Toabor. and vtr bttt market We r dealer; uUbtUhcd Kicrt. an J can do BKTTEK for you - chant. Tieferenceaaiiy bajik iq Write fur weekly price Uat. Mi SABEL 4. SONS ftMDt AMI. via I u. Lvumit. It. Daaiart la than acenta or conialMloa oier. Ju-iavill- e. rua. Hiuts, wool. I Adv. NEW BRA FARMER. Edited by one who Holdi the Plow Handles and Writ; from Experience Rather than Hear . ay or Theory. Farm Section Resumed. i, to death, and throw it out, when it promptly sets itself in Japanese clover and builds itself up again in spitoofits owners' desperate f ft'orts to keep it from doing sri. Powell county grows too much corn and not enough feed. This may sound funny to those who think there is no feed but corn, but to the well posted farmer he knows what it. means. The soil Is the source of all material wealth. Without its products no living thing enn ex int. In the face of such st te nients it seems startling to fur ther state that nothing is so had l.v neglected as tho care of the soils devoted to agriculture. The natural products of the soil will not .be, dwelt with in this article IiisMnuch as all wealth must come from .t,he soil, and us some wealth is absolutely necessary to the proper, development of comity and State, the Times feels it a duty it ewes to I'owell county in which it fathers its existence, to dp something in a direct way to uplift that pursuit of l.fe of so many of her citizens, and which at the same time is so vitally im portant to the welfare of its people. To this end we will the publication of the New Era Farmer section and give as much space as possible to it each week. There may he some way present itself in the future to build up this county independent of further agricultural develop ments, but there is nothing of this nature in sight now. Our timber is gone, and the mineral deposits are limited. We must sit still and wait for imported capital to come to our aid and build up for us, or net down to work and build ourselves up. We can do this, and make our county a credit to the State. The only method the New Era Fanner can see to do this is by the injee-tioof scientific farming principles into the brains of our sturdy farmers. Thus it will be the mission of this section of the Times, which will hereafter be known as the New Era Farmer, as stated above, to disseminate these principles, and to "practice what we preach". The editor has hud considerable practical exper ience in this kind of farming for the past three years and during this time has gained considerable experience in the class of funning we think our fellow farmers should engage in, and in these columns it is our intentions to diffuse what knowledge we have gained and may bo able to further gain by our experience in the future, and in this way we hope to make the New Era Farmer columns botlkiuteresting and profitable. Wo ask our readers to lead us their assistance. e n It calls for more grass, clover, wheat, rve. oats and cow peas. Remember the prize' winning steer at the International Stock Show this winter was one that Mt. 5terhfig Court. A good crowd was in town yes terday and today and business in all branches was brisk. The streets as usual were crowded with plug horses but few if any, good horses or mares wese on the market. There were a few good mules offered but the price asked seemed too hi;, h for the buyers looking for that clall of slock, consequently few sales we.e made. No sheep or hogs were offered. Close to 2000 were at the Mt. Sterling stock yards, trading was good and prices were considerably higher than last court, steers bringing 5 cents to 7 cents; vcows,t 4 cents to 6 cents; 012 cents and bulls 5 1-- 2 1-- bo paid to any person having any kind of pain or ache if ShippV Quick Make Your Wet Land Productive. itciief Liniment fails to give instant relief and tho purchase price is not re- By the use of drain tile you car; funded. Try it and see. 60c. At All turn that low, wet, useless, Bwan 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 soil and makes it easy to work. It improves any soil. The inoreace in the valtio of the land is many times the cost of the tile. The first year's crop from tiled land pays for it. Any body enn do the work Vrite for particShrubs, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Peonies successfully. ular or cll at out plant. Roses, Phlox, etc. 1 op Reward! Farm Drain Tile 1 TREES ! Fruit and Ornamental 2 NO AGENTS 1-- 2' :OROWERS OF WHAT WE SELL. FREE C ATA LOO STANTON, Red River Brick & Tile Company, - KENTUCKY. Trying to Do the Impossible. You can notice any little child how industrious it is and always vantingtodo what it cannot do. It is also always more persevering in u hat it cannot do well and generally refuses to dojit, all anything it can do well. This diepiiHiiou follows some people ali ihioiiiih life. Especially is this trim among farmers of this county. They are trying in many instances to grow corn where .1 i panose clover will not grow too well. Wo mo 6oine hauling their manure, if any is hauled at till, ami building up better their best p(iIs of lu lid that will grow do-m- t mill build itbelf further up. They then put in corn and corn farming land, just rolling enotig to Powell County vs. Bluegrass Farm drain wel1. About half of this f.irm Lands. is of a good heavy black corn and The writer prefers the land in wheat land and the rest is of a sun Powell and Estill counties uilja" dy loam and brings good grass and cent to Clay City to bluegrass other products, and is now mostly land at the cost of each for more get in bluegrass. Most of this farm than one reason. The first rea has been et in grass for a numbei son is, it will, when properly of years and is in a fine chape for farmed, prove to bo far more cultivation, Mid is located on the profitable and will yield double public road that Wads from Irvine. the interest on the. money invest t Ml. Sterling and also on the ed in the land. We don't say south by public road. This pl.we our crop per acre will be larger hus on it a good dwelling of scvei in yield or in profit, but say the rooms, veranda and porch, spiel; profit considering the price of lid well and milk house right at the the land, will bo far greater. door, 1 chicken-house- , 1 buggy The greatest satisfaction to our house, corn crib, 1 barn, good fanners, however, should bo the blacksmith shop and all other nec opportunity of improvement. essary outbuildings, about , acret-Tho bluegrass land is at its ze in orchard, und is in nbout hall uith and the efforts of the own mile to two churches, about ilOrndi-ters of that land are directed to good public school und 1)5 rod-tmake expenses and interest on, postollice, general store and Ma- their improvement which iniisl sqnlc .Lodge; in about 4 miles ol o mouthful of com. cents. Wheeler and 8nelling sold to A Great Hlstake. W. Louis Thompson, of this One great mistake many are county, forty 1,500 pound cattle making is the quality of live at 7 cents, which is said to be stock they raise. It takes no one of the best sales of the day. more feed and attentiou to grow Chas. Kose sold to Highlalid a good quality hog, steer or colt Bros, of this county 80 steers at than it does to raise one of ex Some 0 3 4 cents. treme inferior quality. Sam Wheeler sold to Thomas say "Well, lean buy them cheapFitzpatrick, 17 nice steers at 7 er and I can alford to keep them and sell them cheaper for this cents. L. O. Kiddle ,sold to J. W. reason". This sounds well upon Williams of Olark county, 88 ex the face of it, but let us 6ay we buy a 400 pound scrub calf at 45 tra good steers' for 7 cents. .Win cents per pound or $20 and the chester Sun. cheapest of them will bring that Take Care of The Lambs. now, we keep it one year when it Prepare now care of the will weigh 800 and bring 5J cents lambs that will be coming in a few which will be $42 or a prolit of days. Raising lambs for early mar $22 per head. You say that is ket is very profitable, if properly good money and it is. On the looked after, but. if half of them are other hand you buy a 400 pound allowed to die from exposure at good stock calf at cents or $22. lambing time, we need'not expect You keep it twelve months when such great profits, when we selUheni it will weigh 800 pounds and you in June. sell it for 0 cents or Grass Scad Cheaper. you u net profit of $20 instead of Oat eee4 and grass seel? are cheap $22 realized on the scrub calf, a er this year than) for several years difference of $4 profit in favor of past, clover seed ulone excepted. I he good calf. The difference They will get higher as the seuson will really be more than this be for their use draws nearer. Bolter cause the good calf usually out get nowwhat seed you will need grows the scrub, and another ad later and begin the new yor bysav vantage it will sell more readily ing at every opportunity to do so. at its advanced price Let the slogan of the New Ere Farmer Farm For Sale. leaders be: "Away with scrub 125 acres of pracitcally level live stock." never tasted a to-ta- ka $48-leavi- ng H. F. Hillenmeyer& Sons, Lexington, Ky. V CAPITAL STOCK, 8100,000 SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PKOFITS, SiOO.OOO ft H P 3 promptly obtained In all eonntrtee oti HO PIC. TMaMMRSia. Camus and Copyrights reirl. Msred. Mend Sketch, Model or l'hoto, ior 'KM RKPOItT on patentability. Patent pract-lo- e exduslrely. BANK MirtsftNOII. send 1 rents in stamps for Inralnable book on MOW TO OBTAIN an4 BILL PATCMTS, Whieh ones will pay. How to net a partner, patent taw and other raloable Information, TDK Winchester Bank. OS- - D. SWIFT WlNDIlHTKH. Kv. PATKNT LAWYERS. 303 Seventh 8t., WuhlnatM, D. C. k CO. p P N. 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Wasblolhnf lKSf T "Cardiii Cured Me" For nearly ten years, at different times, Mrs. Mary Jinks of Treadway, Tenn., suffered with womanly troubles. She says: "At last, I took down and thought I would die. I could not sleep. I couldn't eat I had pains all over. The doctors gave me, up. I read that Cartful had helped so many; and I began to take it, and it cured me. Cardul saved my lifel Now, I can do anything." necessarily be very large. The large runners are highly elateij to do this. In this part of the state it is possible in a very few years to siumumpulate your, op(rations and improve your lunil as to mukc a prolit per acre each year as urge as the original cost of the land. It is the purpose of the editor of this paper to deni; oust rate this statement in tlesc colonies. Watch ui unil sep if wo do not. I town und railroad. This f una U splendidly located and is surrounded by as high and rcsptctiuilu faini- lift as can be found in the country any whei e uud w.ill muke a nice 1' ileal home for am one. The otvne.i-- ' bus urgent reasons Tor converlfiu. his farm iiitq ctisji as he must care of some Western business Cardui The WomaiftTonic i... t. A... ,i jff.?.ri ' mrm IWkAAND HIDE3 mmm IB BAT must nakict tucr, M the bulance can be run for. a , tern of years fcx rcaoiIublb rate of in terest. tl'his farm i"n gpijig to ff it bargain to soiuo.qne, and any i me seeking a furfti of this dencrip ; jioiiii-rticall on oiwrite to A. Kerby, .Spout Spring, It. at If you are weak, tired, worn-ou- t, or suffer from any of pains peculisr to weak women, such as headache, the feelings, pains in arm, side, hip' backache, draggiug-dow- n or llmbsand other symptoms of womanly trouble, you should .try Cardui, the woman's tonic. Prepared from perfectly harmless, vegetable ingredients, Cardui is the best remedy for you to use, as it can do you nothing but good. It contains no dangerous drugs. It has no bad .Ask your druggist. He sells and recommends Cardui. after-effects. U WJBJ sa sm WoolCoamhifan. priest nuatluolag tiiU ti TAStHIIIKO KJSr Writs toe i Writtto: I nJ.'cs'A'Jvlwnr Dept. ChirUaooia Medicine Ca. Chaitanoofa. Tenn . tor Sptciallnifructiom, uJCI-paf- e book. "Home Treatment (or Women," seat bee. J M JOHN WHITE COu Louvu.a. Kx.