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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): January 30, 1913 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1913 cla1913013001_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 30, 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. FIIE 81.00 a Year in Advanc:. Idity ' Don't. We are here to help Clay City, J- - TIMES .1. B. ttt SurroanJiog Country aaj Ourselves. Hurghcr, Publisher. VOL. XVIIL " CLAY CITY, KY., J?HURSDAY, " JANUARY .30, Progressives 1913. . - NO. fv " "" k I.. & N. The'' snnr this week in its at tempt to further gouge the people. It. sought to raise the coal rates between the southeastern Kentucky Molds and Cincinnati and Louisville, 05 per cent, and more. The Cannot Raise Rates. L. & N. struck another Parcel Post The Best Selling Agent. Make Resolution. Interstate Commerce Commission steps in and says, Mr. L. fc N., stay thy greedy hand, you can not raise the rate one cent. Such a raise is branded by the as unjust, unfair, and The very unreasonable. upon a thorough investigation, finds that the L. & N. is making earnings enough even under a reconstruction' process, which in a way is faxed up as operating expenses, when in fact it should have been divided with n further investment. The decision of this Commission is characterized as one of the most remarkConr-missioCom-missio- n n Don't try to use ordinary stamps; the distinctive parcel post stamps must be used. Don't seal your packages; wrap and tie it securely. Don't forget that the name and address of the sender must be on the outsido-o- f tho package. Lon't forgot to mark yourH papkage "Perishable" when the contents are perishable. Don't forget to mark your package "Fragile" when it contains breakable articles. Don't forget to buy an insurance stamp for JO cents, it insures up to if")!). V3k Don't try to send a package weighing nver II pounds or. measuring innce tli.m 72 inches in combined length and girth. able and elaborate opinions ever written by that body. It is exhaustive and replete with facts and opinions that?' every true light, up the and being, asi.tiewm an unbiased mind andOrMan oflioial source it mustBe tegttrded as LitJtr O. It shows authentic. Mr, 0. an honorable formerly niembertfihe Ken- McGljordi faji;and,manufac- uie r.er3iv ! A Ufemocraric siiuuiu uu uiuigiubuiuicu uy evAlt hough the first nails in the high pay a competent, earnest ery lover of justice in inauguration grand stands have representative able to talk every free land of ours. day to five hundred, or more fain not yet- been driven, Representailies; infant tive Oeorgo A Neeley of KanThe three weeks-olhardAnd every business-like- , child of Mr. and Mrs. Marion sas called on the inaugural working country publisher is McKinney, of Lexington, died committee Wednesday to reserve there Tuesday and was brought him one seat that must be easily such an atrent, able every dav to reach the consumers that nobody here Wednesday and will be bu- accessible to a barber shop. Mr. else can reach. Neeley wants the seat for a conried at Jackson's chapel this Tho country newspaper is the stituent, E. F. Boxwell of Knn., who in 189(5 took a best of all advertising mediums. vow never to have his hair defiled The country editor with a Mrs. Oallio Moore, of Sardis, by a barbert' shears until a DemMiss., is visiting friends in tho ocrat took the oath of office as thousand circulation can make city, President of the United States. himself worth to the community at least six thousand dollars a year. He can make his paper earn that if he chooses to do it. Ho must be his own master, We are showing an Elegant Line of not ruled by local merchants or corporations or politics recognizing only his readers as clients, customers, advisers und equals. TlaTf-Cthls-iutend-e- d tucky Railroad. rt.CWBmissjpni We repeat that advertising in country newspapers, properly u tilized, is tho fii'ost valuable ad vertjsing in thuworld for its cost, says the New York Journal. We urge aJvertisurifto take advantage of the opportunities offered by the country.n'owspapers. We add, incidentally, that wo don't own and nover expect to own any country newsptyper or to have an interest in a country newspaper. A country efjf'or with five hun dred circulation or more for his daily or weeklj can talk to five hundred good, 'typical American families, all purchasers, nil desir able customers Every publisher of a country newspaper lhild be. through his advertising: columns, the trusftMl und 'valued agent and promoter tfrat least ten great in Children Poisoned. The three children of Mr. and dustrial niercha cising concerns. The countri blisher alone is Mrs. George V Anderson, Jr., columns to sell of Mt. Sterling, were"made vio- able through readers buy ev- lently ill Saturday by drinking everything. milk thought to have been left eryfhftfg.. thato s for sale from standing too long in a brass ves nails to pinnos,;:rroin puis to an tomobiles TKjw buy paint and sel. Ptomaine poisoning for a while the little roofing and stbtea and lamps ones' lives were despared of. hundreds of coiumodies that the They are improving nicely now. city dwellerf:.au)r buys Mrs. Anderson will be rememmere is community in bered here as formerly Miss the United, tea in any one of Byrd Wilson, daughter of Mr. which ten. f'u lifty great A riud Mrs. E. N. Wilson deyel-oped"an- If the resolution of represen tative Progressives in session at Louisville this week is regarded to have any bearing upon the conditions that be and arc to later be, that party will forever stand aloof from modem "Republicanism". This resolution follows : d "Resolved, That it is the sense of the Progressive State Executive Committee that any fusion or combination of the Progressive party with any other party nt the elections in 1918 will be detrimental to the best interests of the partv, and it advises all subordinate committees of the party 4 heifers, wt., 750 lbs., at 5 to keep the Progressive party out cents. of all such entanglements and to Byrd & Hasley to J O. Trim-beltake steps to nominate a full 8 bulls, wt. 800 lbs., at 0 Progressive ticket in every coun- cents. ty in the State." G. W. Lewis to J. M. Powell, 1 cow, wt. 900 lbs., at 5 14 cents. Increased Cement Production. J. M. Rose to W. O. Taylor, Mills near Ohio River in Kencents. tucky and Indiana produced ap- steer, wt. 790 lbs., at 5 Murphy to C. W. Penn, 4 heifproximately 8,071,407 barrels of Portland cement, in 1912, compar- ers, wt. 5(50 lbs., at 0 cents. Lyttle to Rose, 1 cow, at 0 ed with 2,818,820 barrels in 1011. This represents an increase of cents. J. M. Daniel to O. W. Penn, 252,047 barrels, or 0 per cent. The 2 heifers, wt. 520 lbs., at 0 shipments of Portland cement in 1-- Winchester Court Market. Only a fair crowd was in town Monday for the regular Clark county court day, and trading was fair. About (500 cattle were on the market at Hamilton' stockyards,the following sale be- ing reported : L. S. Ilam.lton to Byrd A Ilasley, 20 cattle, wt. (500 lbs., cents. at (5 O. M. Rose to R. B. Swope, 8 cows, wt. 2910 lbs., at 4 cents. Murphy to Rose, 4 cows, wt. 750 pounds, at 8 cents. G. M. Rose to W. C. Taylor., 8 steers, wt. 800 lbs., at 0 cents. L. S. Ilamtilon to R. B Swope, 8 8-- 4 1-- 4 2 l, 1 8-- 4 1-- 1 1-- 4 as to-b- e - d -- approximated 8, 131,871 bar Conway to Charles Gentry, 10 compared with 2,800,520 heifers, wt. 500 lbs., at $0 00 inbarrels shipped in 1911, an crease of &M,80S barrels, or 11.9 Winchester Sun. per cent. Three mills were Better two black eves that his 012, t iot Hniit heriwi II'. su fel yeefrhfi ii$gbue number as in 1911. backdown that his father may hear about. After Henry Wattersou gave Teddy such drubbings as was PRBSBYTGRIAN CHURCH. heaped upon him in last years campaign it does seem strange Services 2nd and 4th Sabbaths of each month. that the first meeting of the infant party of Teddy would be Praver Meetings, Wednesday evenings. held in the Hotel Henry 1912 cents. rels, n.--1 . ho-s- u Hois-ington- , Clnis. K. Mann, Pastor. 5 Come to Our Store And let us show you we carry. . what a men line of goods PALL AND WINTER Our stock of Dry Goods, Notion, 1 Groceries, Hardware, Clothing, Shoes an etc. repleto with is GOODS Including Another Kentucklgn In the Senate. Cloaks and Wraps SS.3SBSS Ladies' Suits, Millinery; and etc. MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING to fit you and your pocketbook. I Judge Kuvauaugh, formerly of Frankfort, was this week elected to the United States Senate from This is one more Arkansas. Kentucky star added to tho already largo group of corn crackers in the national legislative hall. Sam Oarr was in Bourbon Variety, Style and Quality. THIS COM HIKED WITH OUR county last week and while there bought a registered Jersey couq and two heifer calves. Mr. Carr seeing that there is a sad lacking Low Prices Make it to your interest to give us a good share of When you want any kind of Merchandise, think of of good milk stock in Powell county has taken steps to do his part in-- , relieving tho present grave situation. . your trade. We strive to please our customers be- SHIMFESSEL'S and give us the opportunity to please you as we have been doing for so many years pas! with satisfaction both to you and ourselves. cause we know satisfied customers are ourbest assets lied River Lodgo.No. 70, K. of clouted g for the V. lo officers Yours to please, ensuing term: O. ; John Jas. j Kitnbrell, O. W, ; C; J. J. Mountz, W. Potte.-Prel.- Everything: to Please theCustomer Smcthers, K. of. H. and S. ; John Kitnbrell, M. of,E. ; Carter Hey. nolds, M. at A, ; W. H. Burgher, I. G. ; T. M. Mountz, O. U. each week; ' WALDRON & JOHNSON, j Waltersville, Ky. Moetiutiiue, Tuesday nights of r PUIIMSIIKP VEKY e s ia liot quafilied hod yT how can we hope U. ISurnher. 1'ubHshcr. to get' ohe? Let Hie President appoint its members as he does Knterpd ns seeond-clns- s mnil mntter. Surely the Federal Judges? 1013. Thursday, - - - '.Inn. Jefferson knew what ho TJioma8 was talking ah::ut when he de- CLUBfJIATES. JRoad;vorkint: ,s now, unun.ced the Federal, courts as a For the convenieneo of our in. Powell county to the. best corps of sappers who eventually we have arranged club rate vould undermine the liberties of advantage possible.. .Eachjasser- with the following papers at priei'g Ihe. people and destroy the by plows uphi8 share of soft.ru au below wen tinned.: and enough travel is always flu Tlie Times and the go to keep them well worked 1.01) Couriur:,fournal . good.tnort'ar. Every " Cincinnati Enquirer l.lO Were the Times to brand a may up rea'ay isforiimv!;t'n enthusiastic 90 for office we would stump on his. traveler " LouiRvillo Herald I' ' 75 back, ''honesty", "ability", "cap-- , good roads advocate. " Home and Farm ' " Ii hind Furmer" 1.00 able of, saving 'no' ". With these The Times has' always thought 90 American Fanner " Southern Agriculturist 75 three requisites you need tear no the' fanners liad"a very unequal man in ollice. The first twoattri-- J showing' with fh'e rest of the butes amount to little, however, world, but did" von ever see a Williini IJockefeller, who p one of the active rulers of the unless he can s'ly'no','. A mighty better outlook for prosperity for mighty Standard Oil Company, little word, but one that can do the tillers of theusoil? And this has been evading the subpeona more for Powell comity than any too at the dawt.fin,g of a complete lan- Democratic adnijnintration. service of the Money trust, in- other word in the English sev- guage. A man should never be put vestigating Committee for The'de dtfys brihg'a vague sense into oflice only for service not eral weeks, and when he was through an act of charityv.pity, of something missing. Either the located in Florida he had cl has stoppdor Col. Hoose-ve- l neo48 vunding.up.- - . he or 'compliments. his physician to certify that was unable physically to underUH 'f go the rigor of an investigating committee. Chairman I'ujoj of Louisiana, the Chairman of the Committee sent an expert physi cian to examine Mr. Itockefell's condition and this physician has After you obtain money by the daily earning proreported that Mr. Rockefeller is entirely able to stand an investicess, it is wise to obtain intesest upon:it under our gation for a couple of hours, so Interest plan. Lay aside regularly during hisyear the committee proposes to examine him as to what he knows conpart of your income. Make it productive, jdupugh cerning the existence of a Money a safe interest rate.' Trust. The manner in which llockefeller has been endeavor-mto escape appearing beforje this committee, shows that he possesses a gre.it deal of inforCLAY GUY, KENTUCKY. mation that he does not wish to disclose and which would be damaging to the Morgan .Rockefeller financial clique supposed to conVirden. trol the nation's money. O. made a business a Subscription' ratita 81 years it) .advance , .There are 120 federal judges in tjje United States who jue op LJ2J. pointed for life. Their decisions are final, no appeal can be taken THL'USDAY. except what goes, to a Federal Congress can court .higher up. ii ynr or three" enact iinii the Fedeinl court can l . $"4.. "uner.aet". If Cong Dr. Bon L. Bruner, Secretary of Stnto, under the former Republican administration, during his term of oflice went about over the State proniiscously closing up small banks that were not to his liking. Last. week. he received a dose of 'his own medicine, when the' Coiifmercial Bank of LotiisviH'oy6f Which he Was president, was closed because the di rectors refused to give their personal security to certain papers vecently taken ov5r by the bank. If William Rockefeller can't William Rockefeller evidently talk, may be hefcan read d jfew belie(vt;s nn.ounce.of medical is .worth a pound of legnl questions and Answer them in ' writing. advice. Now that, w.e have the parcel Perhaps experts of the weath e 1 post, it will enable fanners to er bureau will be obliging nough to. come around and iden buy their provisions in town and 'live as well as city people. tify the. January thaw. pro-vqntio- u I Don t fair to, V TonndFiT attend our great Twice-- rlnarnncf SfllA ... year we..clean our stocks of everything that is classed ns "Season Goods". Twice a year you have an' opportunity to' buy thoroughly, good merchandise at prices 'tnticli lo'Wer than .regular figures and when thatcpportunily is presented tolyon at a time when you have 3 months use of these goods, you 'owe it to 'yourself to' take" advantage of this "gre'lit "event- . ' MRS. J. W. WILLI AMIS Clay City Ky. See This Space Kext Week. 1 p ADVANCEMENT , USE HOPE $ MILLS Baking Day is a Delight to those who are proud of their' g -- Clay City National ?Jtank, bread, cakes and rolls when they are using the Pearl flour. No failure to have deUcfously llivored bread that is light and .tempting when you use this superlative .and popular flour. It is a favorite .with, everyone who loves goodthpoieinnde breada'ndvvhoalwaysgetitwhcnthey.. bake bread made from Pearl flour. ., , Made by J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, Ky. N. Railroad imagines, that because it has been having its way in Kentucky, to a great extent, it can now tackle Congress, and last week sent liev Jouett up to Washington to tell that "meager" body what was "constitutional" and what was not. lie found but little consolation in his visit and was emphatically told "that with an L. & N. lawyer nothing was constitutional" but it was guessed he would lie shown. It seems that in Ken- week for 81. tucky on some occasions, both in W. 0. Everman, The L. it seems, & C. Curtis trip to Clay City Saturday. Grant Seay continues very low with no hopes of his recovery. Misses Lillie and Mary Ware visited Mrs. C. O. Curtis Monday. T. B. Ware sold one dry cow to Cas Golf last week for $29.50 G. W. Everman wife and.three children visited T. S. Curtis Sunday. T. S. Curtis sold a sow and flvo pigs to Henderson Vivion last ' I I , THE n 1- . Ijily Louisville Herald Enjoys the largest circulation in Ken- J I' 'at'' tucky because it is the best newspapar in the State and the people know it. of Snow State and Federal courts, the L. & N. lawyers have been deciding what was constitutional, and in this way have overridden the intents of our state legislation until Congress had to be called upon to get relief. There is now some talk of Democratic candidates for county of- Creek, visited 0. 0. Curtis and family Sunday. Miss Sarah demons visited her sister Mrs. J. W. Mcintosh, near Indian Fields one day last week. Marion Curtis and Asa Nibluck, of Snow Creek were in this neighborhood ono day lust week looking for some cattle for sale. Tho sale of A. II. Rose last Wednesday waa well attended and everything brought fair pri ces. Ono weanling mule colt brought $39 00, ono aged mure $20 00. Household and kitchen furniture brought good prices. II. G. Snowden rented' the farm and will tako possession at once. Tho Lexington woman that smiled and thanked the jury when thoy brought in a verdict guilty of murdor and sentenced her estranged husband to tho chair, found a hotter way to gain her liberty from her brutish husband than most wronged women, are able to overtake NEWS WHEN IT IS NEWS. ''as it Besides giving tho public the most reliable market reports well as general news. Tho Herald's special features make among Louisville newspapers. pre-eniin- eut . Special attention is called to Horber't Quick's masterful ticles which aro now running serially in Tho Herald entitled ar- fices in Powell. The Times is indeed glad to 6ee the campaign held back to so late a date. We would liko to see one rule in this campaign and that is there shall bo no money nor whiskey used. Tho Times will not consider the claims of a candidate that does use either. Moral worth in any man is far bettor than political integrity. We are Democratic to the core, but tho use of money and whiskey in influencing men to- vote one way or tho other is undemocratic; it is wrong and mliBt bo done away with to got the sanction and support of tho - 07; Board the Good Ship Earth. and The CLAY Bach Numbers of these articles free on request to oil who subscribe now, The" DAILY LOUISVILLE HERALD CITY TIMES, J r . BOTH by mail ONE YEAR for $2.50. y No subscription can be taken for tlio Hontld to bo mailed to ny town or'uity whore tliut paper is delivered by carrjer, SubscrihelSlow. Subscribe.Now. MM 1 Times. THE A HOME-MADE times: PAPER. THURSDAY, JAN. 110, 1013 LOCAL BREVITIES. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mount, have returned from a visit to relatives sit Saniis, Miss. Frank Kineaid, of Covington was here just week 'visiting old neighbors and friends. .). H. Dawson, ot Winchester was here Tuesday booking after hie increased flour trade. Robert Tutt, of Wolfe county spent a portion of last week with his uncle, C. Bowman near this cily. John Shimfessel, of Clark county, was here a few days this week the guest of his coubiii, G G. Shimfessel. The market for black oak, beech ties has opened up 25 centR for Mrs. Dealers here are paying them. V. J. Barnett.of Butler, relatives in this and Clark counties Bpent Tuesday afternoon with relatives in this city. Pastor I. T. Spencer will fill the stand at the Methodist church in this city Sunday morning and at night. All are most cordially invited to attend these services. The Burley Tobacco Society has been sued by the State of Kentucky at Lexington for back texas on $2,000,000 alleged to be Mo., who is visiting due for the years inclusive. 1007-191- The Board of Supervisors has completed its work and adjourned. They made many raises and made most of them just where they were needed to be made the worst. Deputy Sheriff J. M. Welch was in the city yesterday and made arrangements with the Times for the printing of the delinquent tax list and advertising the same in this paper beginning February 18th. Mt. Sterling and Winchester have each been victimized by Prominent Attorney Killed. ostensible clairvoyants or forAttorney Harry L. Bailey, recent tune tellers recently. People who invest money in such uncer- Republican nominee for Congress tainties may expect to lose occa- from the Ninth district of Ken sionally and at the same time be tucky, was shot and killed at Cyn- hiaua by Newton Arnold. Bailey better off for having last. defended Arnold in a trial several $ioo Per Plate months ago when Arnold was was pah' at u banquet to Henry barged with cutting Jack Lizer. ''lay, in New Orleans in 1842. Bailey paid Arnold's fine of $100 Mighty costly for those w,ith and Arnold gave Bailey the note trouble or indigestion. Toda over which this killing occurred. people everywhere use Dr. KingV How's This? New Life Pills fur these troubles We offer One Hundred Dollars us liver, kidney and bowel Easy, safe, suae. Onh Reward for any case of Catarrh 25 cts at all dealers. Adv. that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. Chenev & Co.. One of the most pathetic things -. Toledo, O. in the world is a ragged child ; We, the undersigned, have known the most pathetic is an overdres- F. J. Cheney for the latt 15 years, sed one. itnd believe him perfectly honora ble in all business transactions and financially ablo to carry out any obligations made by his firm. Walding, Kinnan & Marvin, I WCHMOND.KY. Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. A Tralalnc Hall's Catarrh Cure is tiken in School for Teachers ternally, acting directly upon the IiUraixlltta u4 UH HUM C.i. blood and mucous surfaces of the tlfetut. V1U It til muu Bplt BIm1 tf fcttttrtr. Cmum .ad Tit u k.fl.t system, testimonials seat free. C.fM.. Ttllkt Tw. tLr.dld Price 75c. nor bottle. Sold by all M autullnltltji ktiultf. BltarUa.MvtMltlHkMl. ru"Mko(l,.puiBllM'Uir. ttilMilrrU Druggibt8. Mil, twilTnllHitWiU T.lrt Ttr J.r, Take Hall's Family Pills for Adv. J. Q. OBAWBB, VmUeot.j constipation. atom-noli J. T. Henderson, of Shelby Engcno V. Debs, Socialist can January 1018 will probably go without equal. Try them. Only 5()i ville won a national sweepstake dldate fdr President at the last down in .history as the wettest at all dealers. Adv. at the National Corn Show this election, was arrested on an in- month. Farm For Sale. week.; dictment charging him with ob A Hero In a Lighthouse. 200 acres 1 miles from ClayClty Frightful Polar Winds structing justice. For years J. S. Donahue, So. Ha on the lit. Sterling road. Good 0- t blow with terrific force nt the far ven, Mich., a civil war captain, as room house, good garden and or north and play havoc with the skin, SPOUT SPRING. a lighthouse keeper, avtrted awful chard, new tobacco barn, stock barn causing red, rough or sore chapped T. S. McKinney hauled his wrecks, but a queer fact is, he and all other necessary outbuild hands and lips, that need Hticklen's crop of tobacco to market Tues- might have been a wreck, himsolf, ings; well watered and under good Arnici Salve to heal them. It make day. if Electric Bitters had not prevent fence. 50 acres cleared land, rest tin: Hkin soft and smooth, Unri ed.' 44They cured me of kidney in growing timber. The uncleared J. II. Dawson, traveler for valed for also burns, the Winchester Holler Flour trouble and chills," ho writes', "af- and is virgin soil and land that boils, sores, ulcers, cuts, oruises ter I had taken other so called will grow fine tobacco, corn and and piles. Only 25 cents at all mills, was here Tuesday. cures for years, without benefit and other crops. Will sell at a bargain dealers. Adv. Win. Barnott lias returned they also improved my sight. Now, on easy payments as I have decided from below to bo with his brother-in-- at seventy, I am feeling fine." For Editors In Favor. to move West. George W. Pasley a dyspepsia, indigestion, all stomach John N. fleiskell, editor of the law, Mike King, , liver and kidney troubles, they're Arkansas Gazette, who has been few weeks. Waltersville, Ky. appointed United States senator H. F. Christopher sold to D. to fill the unexpired term of the It. Daniel oiio cow for $47 50 and late Jeff Davis, of Arkansas is one heifer ato cents the third newspaper man. to reach per pouud. the senate by executive appointMrs. John W. Barnett and litof in ment. Mr. Lafe Young of the tle daughter, of Butler, Mo., are Des Moines Capital went to the senate from Iowa upon the death visiting her brothers, Messrs. of Senator Dolliver, and li. M Lloyd and Asa Todd. Johnston of the Houston Post J. D. McKinney, of Hudson, was appointed to fill out the un 111, who has been on a visit to expired teim of Joe Bailey, of Kentucky relatives and was here lexas, on Ins retirement. to see his brother, T. S. McKinA Qirl's Wild Midnight Ride. ney seveal davs ago, has return To warn people of a fearful forest ed home. fire in the Catskills a young girl rode horseback at midnight and saved many liitrnf- - Her deed was glorious but lives aie often saved 1 by Dr. King's New Discovery in BOCOHTS SEEDS SUCCEED! to or curing lung trouble, coughs and I'EC I A L 1.4t t batU tw TU.Iiru. Atrial will colds, which might have ended in you onr Dermiaent customer. inaka consumption or pneumonia n uiiA.iiTiiita.t.. "It U .7K Cnllertlnsplendid i o.i., s jbMi rule. li I., kind, T.us . Crwtt Tml T fctiktii Ttnttltt In U. cured me of a dreadful cough and t On J x'Hte lung disease," writes W. R. Pat Mentha this Paper. terson, Wellington, Tex., "after SEND 10 CENTS four in our family had died with A t tcTM poatat ul rtetlmi u4 train tfclt TtlatkTe A coUkUob wtt mj bl BtMUftd hd consumption, and I gained 87 3 Imtrattlra, m4 iitllH. lofMbarPint Ui.k, . . and Cor. pounds." Nothing so sure and safe for all throat and lung troubles. Price 50c and $1.00. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by all dealers. Adv. Notice to Delinquent Taxpayers. SHIPP'S QUICK- Your tax long past due, and which RELIEF LINIMENT. should have been paid by Decem This Is the liniment the people are ber 1st, 191 2 must now be settled talking about. or I will proced to advertise, and It is the most wonderful remedv for ell. Feb. 10th I will make out relieving paini nave ever used. Uant. my list of delinquents and submit Anderson Berry, Lexington, Ky. I used to the printer at which time further soreness this liniment and tho nain and diannnearod like niacin. cost accrues. By that time a'l tax Jailer W. T. Ballcnger, Lexington, Ky. must be paid to avoid such cost For relieving aches and nnins this liniment beats anything I ever saw. J. and advertisement. II. Lctton, Lexington, Ky. T. C. Hall, S P. C. It is tho only remedy I have found that hag given ine any relief since I was The first woman messenger to paraiizcu rour years ago Mrs. Susan leliver the vote of a State for we born, Ncwburg, Ind. to relievo any pain in If resident at Washington is Mrs. part it fails body in fifteen minutes, unv of tho ask Margaret Zane Witcher, who do- - for your money back. SOLD BY ALL LEADING lovered the vote of Utah. cold-snres, two-year-ol- d When Need Builder's Hardware, Cbinet Mntles, Grates, Tiles, Cooking or Heating Stoves, SEEDS 11 - a-- UrrbR: Go Write HT-in- n rt"r-"i- to-da- y; Grubbs & Benton, Main Broadway, Winchester, - Ky. -- 1 DUUGGISTS. riillikan Business School, LBXINUTON, BOOKKEEPING, KY. Cut Prices On SHORTHAND, TYPEWRITING. This school has turned out hun dreds of men and women who are successes. Itwillniako a success of you. Winter Goods. See This Space Next Week. Write for Catalogue. Stop that Ache!;- - Anv acho or pain in any part of the body can bo relieved witli Shipp's Quick Belief Liniment. $100 reward if it rails and tno purchase price is not refunded. Try it and see. 60o At All Druggists. Hardwick & Co., Stanton. MONEY ' t;. tntr-cbant-a. e. mm We tell rat hair, and ctvbctt market We 1 C UHICI.: CMIUIIHCQ to ISM) ud caa do BBTTHR fsr you thte arenti or commlttloaIn Keferenctaany bank DaaUrs la PUS, dwr Write for weekly price IUU V M7 M. SABEL Jl AH I Mtut M. 13UIHIUC IT. HIUES, WOOL. SONS J NEW ERA FARMER. BditcJ by one who Hoi Fencing and Planning. J. the Plow Handles and Write Irom wy or Theory. Eiperlcnce Rther than Mear-- Our Experience. Oftun before tliis timo wo have read wliut urent things certain plants were for Uie soil, how it enrich and build it up so quick. In every instance the New Em Farmstead has bitten and in nearly every instance the whole thini: h.is proven to us a fake. They then will proceed to tell us, Oli. well vou should have inoc- ulated"; "you should have litn- ed", and etc. Well, these same writers should have told us that when they told us how good the Wo. have tried soy was. beans, they came up all right, Wo uot em ucai. Jumes Parker, foriMiiuii of tlie St. Iierniiru mule stuhies iiere, d brought the Bee a splendid this mien ear of home grown corn week. This ear is nine unu onehalf inches m circumterence ana spec-woulone-hnlf inches long, ten and twenty rows of grain There are and fifty grains to the row, iiiuk- int: 1,000 big, perfectly develop- ed, llinty, white grains on the & Tile Red eur. It looks as though it might NO AGENTS Company, be the prize ear out of a prize UROWERS OF WHAT WE SELL, KENTUCKY. FREE CATALOO STANTON, yield grown by some lert and progressive member of a does come. H. F. HiIIenmeyer& Sons, Boys' Corn Club. Darlington Lexington, Ky. Don't let the Weeds Qrow. but the rabbits veritably eat up Bee. out an orchard two Wo set a whole croo of two acres : next That is nothins. There was we tried hairy vetch, and failed, raised on the New Era expen years ago leaving for the want of thougti we have ten times as hiietit farm the year past scores of time, one corner in grass until much of that today as we had rlieLUcli ears of corn, one of which fall. When we went to wrap the MompUf obtained In all eountriet OH HO m. CAPITAL STOCK, S 100,000 jj TRABfeMAaKS. CtU and Copjrirtiu year after we sowed it. We have we picked up yesterday to make trees in the fall to prevent dam Hend SkMcti, Modal or Photo, Tor SUKMiUS AND ratlfiirotlToiiMtrnlabtlltT. I'ktentpnot. ij age from rabbits, we found thev lea eidluWelJ. BANK MCrilttMCCS. tried crimson clover. It did well a count and take measurements VKOF1TS, 200,000 mp for Innluable book Send 1 oenu In on NOW TO OBTAIN and BILL PATENTS, und was of some benefit to us. and weights. This particular ear had nearly all been, barked close a partner, Whlth one will par. a patent law and other How to netlalormatioa. Taloable Alfalfa has also been a partial j8 10 inches long, 9 inches in to the around. Wo found out " 3 D. THE CO. success. Giant spurrv and giant circumference, weighs 20 ounces the damage was done by mice. 3 PATENT LAWYERS, weed were wholly disap- - has 22 rows, 20 rows run full Our advice now is to' never allow $ beggar 303 Seventh St., Washington, D. C. or Winohstjsk, Ky. pointing as has been every poor length of ear and have from 50 weeds or grass to grow in a young Getting them to to GO grains to the row and by orchard. land grass. KHor.L7 Wituhiibi'Oon.Piies. j grow has been the worst trouble actual count there are 1101 grains , ... .. 5 A Lewis countv'tobacco grower in every instance, however, ex- - 0f corn on this ear which is as 'work three weeks cept in the growth of giant spur- - solid and firm as an ear of corn md his family A Nervous Woman Find rouing out every feaf of tobacco P YOUR ACCOUNTS SOIUCITED ry, which is as nearly nothing as can be. This ear was rejected Relief After Many Years in his crop, so it would make an a plant can be for this country. when the selection of corn was y i vtsi'iXi k Women who suffer from extreme extra good showing. The process vx&xiMXA srs vi tv made to take to the State Corn nervousness, often endure much of the weed took all the life but Sweet Clover in this Section. suffering before finding any relief. Show at Lexington, in which and it brought.only 5$- cents. Lust year we heartily recotn Mrs. Daniel Kintner, of Defiance, first prizes were won in every ex mended sweet clover as a great. hibit, so it is not the best ear O., had such an experience, regardFarm For Sale. ing which she says: fertilizer, and asked our farmers raised on this farm, but possible '1 had stomach 125 acres of pracitcally level to give it atrial. We did this up an average ear in the large ear A 'great fertilizer, and a hardy trouble when I was farming land, jiiat rolling enoug to vigorous forage plant for hay und a eighteen years old on the personal assurance of class, as raised by the New Era that broke down Will grow in any soil, drain wel. About half of this farm uanture. number of acquaintances that it Farm. my health, and. or Cun be sown even in rocky pluces. years I suffered is of a good heavy black corn and was 311st what Powell county with nervousness, with spnng outs, or sown alone in headache. Indigesneeded; We had had some Qrass Seed Sowing. land and' .the rest is of a sun May for meadow, and sown in with wheat lands tion and nervoua seed sowing .tune is at dy loam and .brings, good grass and corn nt the lust cultivation. Prices experience with the plant and Grass spasms. The I ran spasms got bo bad jztive this experience. We said it our doors, mere is no oeuer other products, and Is now raosuj of seed, and circular how to grow it I would have them on request. three or four ttraes had failed to come up good, but time to sow in wheat and rye than set in blue grass.' Mq-- of this farm sent trya week. Afterevery The has been set in grass for a nunibe BOKHARA SEED CO., Falmouth, Ky. ing nearly thouirlit the extreme dry weather nn a snow in February. 91). Box remedy recomof 1011 when we sowed it was the melting snows get the seed well of years and is in a fine shape for mended, I begantaking T)r. Mileson the whole cause. So we tried it a- - into the cround so that when the cultivation, Mid is located Nervine, and I must say It helped me leads-fro- m Irvine wonderfully. I have had no severe nervain hist year, and many of our time comes for the seed to germ public road that OVER C YEARS' ousness for several years." EXPERIENCE brother farmers tried it too. inate they are at the proper place to Ml. Sterling and also on tl esses MRS. DAN KINTNER, This pliu-100a Pleasant St., Defiance, O. Out of our last spring's sowing and the uruRS will generally get south by public road. we got two plants to set, not well rooted before the dry spells has on it a good ,dwp'hng of sever recommended Many remedies-jrfor diseases of the nervous system withstanding the extreme favor of weather in the early summer rooms, veranda and porch, splen that fail to produce results because comes. Of course if oats are to did well nnd milk house right at the I haul murine they do not reach the seat of the a very be sown with grass you will have door, 1 chicken house, 1 buggy while the year before in Designs Dr. Miles' Nervine has trouble. CopvniaHTs A. TT1T unfavorable season we got exact to wait a few weeks yet. With house, corn crib: 1 barn, good kelrh and description m7 DiHuf proven its value in such cases so Anron n whother auloklr aacsrulii ourpilulon free Comrnnnlm- lv 157 plants by actual count. We a special nrenaration of the blacksmith shop find all other nec probblrjiteiitble. many times that it is unnecessary liirmillon Hon. mrlctlr conBdentlnl. HAnUBDDK oil .... fm nlrft.it mamunr for BACurlnir Datflliu. have learned that the season had ground for oats and if 6own be essary outbuildings, about 8 acres to make claims for it. You can unu & prove its merits for yourself by nothing to do with it. Every fore March 25th, grass sown with in iimhnrd. and is in about half tncM Mfltt. without obano. In th getting a bottle of your druggist, person in this county who tried it 0ats will do as well generally as mile to two churches, about 30 rod Scientific Jlmericati. who will return the price if you WMklr. TJinteit el AtundiORilrllmtrted lust year pronounce it a failure, if sowu now in with wheat or f) good public school and Uo rod cuittlaii ut nr aionllUa lourniil, Termi, (3 receive no benefit djmi newwuien. Wo are going to keep on trying rve. to postofiice, general store and Ma BUHNJCo.38'B-HewY- ork MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart,, Ind. sonic LodL'c:, in about miles of a to get it to grow and if wo ever WuhUwtoo. V.C. Bructi Omc. a Well did you ever see live stock town and railroad. This farm succeed we will let our readers especially cattle? The splendidly located and is surround Itnow about it. There is no ques- - so hiirh. old storv that farming doesn't ed by as high and resptctaole fam tion about sweet clover being a great ferrilizer, the question is, pay only wages for labor invest lies us can bo found in t lie country uettini; it to grow where we ed is now blasted if it has uot anywhere and will make a nice I been before this. Seven cents deal home for anyone. The owner need it the worst. "Try Cardul," writes Mrs. Z. V. Spell, of Hayne, N. C cattle and seven cents hogs are bus urgent reasons for converting " I was in a very low stale of health, and was not able to Big Hog Sale. un opportunity for feed this farm into cash as he must tak certainly Junuary 15 McKee Bros., of ers, with corn less than three dol care of some Wtfetern business be up and tend to my duties. I did try Cardui, and soon head of Mars per barrel. May the prosper Terms made easy, about sold fifty-twbegan to feel better. I got able to be up and help do my Versailles, down housework. I continued to take the medicine, and now I hogs at public tale for $2,075 or nus period be indefinitely extend the bulauce can be run for a term average of $51 25 per head, ed in behalf of the farmer, win of years for reasonable rale of in am able to do my housework and to care for my children, mi Mini most of these were sloi-and 1 feel as though I could never praise Cardui enough has never before received fair tTest. This farm i going to se Itngb sold for breeding purposes. pay for his products. for the benefits I have received." ui a haru'iiin to some one, and uny arc very iirgtiiiu'iitn Such prii-oone seeking a farm of thib The urowing of cow pen?, Ja live reasons tor hug raising tor clover, rye and calves, am lion can call on or write to anese pp. lit. K. A. Kerby, Spout bpriim. Ky the proper saving of immure wil prosperity to any man who I'OUUIV In APPU liriuu Kovnn Association, recent l. persistently follows it, mid will Cardui is successful, because it is made especially for 01 miMi.i'ii, includes iiiemiiers, ami ieriiury 10 111s sou, 11 uiai- women, and acts specifically on the womanly constitution. w ho have prepared to nlant 1.- - tern not how poor it is. .In these FretH, Reliable. Curs Cunranleid U Pit Cardui does one thing, and does it well. That explains ',V acres, the iudividuul tracts fow words the;e is encourage-- r the great success which it has had, during the past 50 years, UxltrtbouWln'tbe j meat for every farm laborer in uming from one to twenty-onuwrjor uw rHf Odr in helping thousands of weak and ailing women back to NontX'H OroA W4. They will set out 81,000 Estill and Powell counties, where health and happiness. ..fPfSsttA l. FOR .tO CENTS If you ate a woman, feel tired, dull, and are nervoite, hind is so plentiful and cheap. s cross and Irritable, it's because you need a tonic Why not FAMOUS COtLeCTION ky Cardui ? Cardui builds, strengthens, restores, and acts t iir.rii--jiIn every way as a special, tonic remedy for women. Test HIGHEST MAUET PR1C8 je. it for yourself. Your druggist sells Cardui. Ask him. paib ros haw ruxs AMD BIDES. tor Udlt ' Advl wry Dept. Outjanoow Mtaidae Co.. Ctutlincotc. TenSj Write w Writ. tuj irtM '.iv book, 'tiom Trestatot lor Women," scat Ut. J "Wool CcajotasIaiU Write for lot Special InttrucUent, tod "fun Mktw, f ruru.v.1 one-acr- e Farmers cnn't'plunt crops now, but they can got their fencing up and ground cleared ready for plowing a; the earliest opportune time. A little planning is also important. Plans well laid now nnd fully cafried out at the proper time will being about bet ter results next fall than if no plans are laid, but proceed in a haphazard, aimless way. Book farming has always paid if prop erly blended with" ordinary judg ment and practical experience. Thus no time can be more profit ably spent - during these long winter evenings than by reading good farm journals and studying the natures of yoar soils, and.de vising plans to follow wheu spring $100 Reward! Will kind of pain or acho If Shlpp'i Quick Make Your Wet Laud Productive. Itolicf Liniment fails touivo instant re lief and the purchaso prico is not r- - By the use of drain tile you cat. runded. Try it ana see. wo. ai aii turn that low, wet, useless, swam Druggists. py field into the most prouucuvH your farm. Good tile. spot-oproperly piacea,noi oniy carries u n bcpnldto any person having any Ym Drain Tile TREES surplus water, it admits air to tin and makes it ! boIIimproves any soil.tasy to work. The increacn It in the vulue of the land is many times the cost of the tile. The first Fruit year's crop from tiled land pays for it. Any body can do the work Shrubs, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Peonies successfully. .Write for particulars or ci II at oui plant. Roses, Phlox, etc. and Ornamental RiverBrick Winchester Bank. SWIFT k I SWEET CLOVER h 11' e - i My Doctor Said o k s p ik-scri- 1 CARD U I WomaS'sTonic (ii-ouer- s ;'! SEEDS e n.-iv- . - - I AND HIDES prfce-U- t e hVu.1 tacotkuolsirtiiU ad JOHN WHITE V CO. ESTABLISHED LouiaviLXb. IIx. 1037 IU' BmrMd' . HV r . .w . .j r. t.u ''4. 4rrt!l I . i , mn.N - Tti t 1,V.. foni.lllln" 0Me