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"" , vow XVIII. ; Essays; , TlTe Iv(M)tui;lyE'rii8a(inuni. As; fiflcintinii will hold its annual in Louisville on April !t0, May 1, 2 and , 101:). Special will be jjciven to powers and duties of trustees. In'ordcr to oncoiirngo a largo attendance of trustees at 'tliic meeting, Mr. John ,B. M((Ferren of Louisville Ifa's offred "the. following prizes, all essays lilnyed to COO words or I?rlze5 Tor. scb-Hioii CLAY CITY, RVt.;lilJE4SI)AY, les Abollsbedh . h pensio'n agen- of ted And the.bus- cies have liencefor Nwill be conduct-on from the t bllice at Wash- fngton. ThoLoafsville branch was opened efglityo years ago and wqs one of tlioTfde&t in the coun-try- . Major Aii1. Wood, of Mt. Sterling, wa8cl)argo and had held that posj($iii' for nine years. Mr. Wftpd of the Civold geutle-man- . il War and is He i8'wgn;known in, this county, wherMie used to fre quently pracf9' law. During the exisrehcffhe office more have been hanthan $120,000 dled there. MiJjprWood has su Pension Ar PEiiRUARY 0,93. ; ' NO. 6 fliib-distri- January Records. For the month of January ac? cording to records kept ok- the normal menu temperature wasMM degrees or an excess of 8.0 above the normal. It was the warmest January since '18!)0 and the second warmest since 1871. There were only five clear days during tire mouth; eight were partly cloudy and eighteen t rained or snowwere cloudy. ed tweuty of the thisrty days. The total rainfall for the month less: . j.s of .$50.00 in gold to waR 10.55 inches, showing an ex. cess of 062 inches over the nortli'cpunty having the'Kirgest The records, and mem mal precipitation. of trustees of city rtnd graded 6chool show that the rainfall for Januabers The ry was a record breaker. BoardsrEducationv prize of. $25.00 in gold for greatest precipitation fnr any 2 single day of the mouth was oh the best.essay vritten by a on the sub- tli 11th when it amounted to 8.50 trustee thoqual-iflcali()H'o All tlio been-Tnes- s To Suppress Lawlessness. Death of'Dr. White. Every effort is being put-fortM. fi. White, the vereri-nary- Jr. surgeon wlio wns located to suppress lawlessness in Breath- n .. Jj-ra- 4 sub-distri- ct pervised thopjiientof $88,000,-00during hfs'rfm of office. Income Tax Constitutional. 0 here three months lust fall died itt county, and as might be iu such a crusade, they are at Hazel Qreon Monday from an attack .of acute indigestion, aged hitting the father of disturbance 79 VAxra lirtrlv ivno roffirnnfl liquor the first blow. Judge to his home af. Flemingsburg for Allie Youtie, of Morehcad, a holy burials He had n severe attack terror" to criminals, has been apof indigestion while here last fall pointed special judge to go up and but for the timely aid of Dr. there and preside over the pres-eterm of court. Not only did Martin would probably have died he charge the grand jury to look then. He is survivod by a wife first after the dispensers of liand two single daughters. quor, but requested it to also see Dr. White as anJBnglishman by birth, but had been in Amer- about some of the peace officers ica more than 50 years. He was who are alleged to have, on forma Civil War veteran. In his er occasions, had too much of the wrong kind, while brief stay at Clay City he made many friends and was regarded attempting to onforco the laws. d et .a bev-era- ge by all who old man. methimras a grand Railroad Company to Build Houses. We.Ieam that the L. & N. I?. R. Co. will soon erect fifty hous- ject ''Duties of "Trustee-.'- ix Subdistrict inclifes. Oround Ho? Day. prize of $25.00 in gold for Sunday was ground hog day best essay written by-- counthe.. and we are to have that six try" superintendent or teacher on weeks moro winter weather. the subject "Duties of a Subdis, There is srime diversity of opintrict Trustee." ion as to what time of the day 4. A' prize of $25.00 in gold for Sir. ground hog comes out, but the best essay written by anyone this time it makes no dilt'erence, fn the subject "Qualificattions for it shined at all hours of the C a. Subdistrict Trustee and how day. Prepare tnlw for the ground to get Him". hog winter. It will not expire March-lOtjust one week until r1 Married-iCalifornia. Of course this. before East.er. Mrs. J.,W". Ham, was married expire befure EJajH '1Vniliirji!i'w . Jsimmrv 50lli. kt. winter, litis-to3. A b, Direct taxlftpon the income? of citizens" ofjfiw'p United States, whether dern tfrotn idle capi- conduct of busi- tal or from rtta 5rconstitiitioally; ness. were possible by itwi ratification of.; the Sixteellkmendmefit to the FederaJAst.itqtioir,' Dela ware Wyom5ijjraxid New Mexico, indorsing- - tksVnciuue' Tax A-- . mendinen t.lrr!i. their, respet ive LegislatUftKcnmpIeted a list pproved f Need More Such .Citizens. fiar nav fcfniJ re- than thf essnry Tot!- mm NftW-'ffoj- it T. J. Wright of the many prosperous Hard wick '8 creek farmers was delivering baled hay to one of our merchants yesterday. He also liHuled out twenty hush-el- s of seed oats. JMn Wright has mude farming a success by al .ways raising and having feed to sell instead of having it to buy. More such progressive citizens as Mr. Wrisrht and Powell County would soon lift herself from the rui es on their property where thu car shops are to be located, near the mouth of Cow creek, the same to be occupied by employes of the compauy7 Our source of in'" formation is not authentic; judging- by the difficulty experienced in getting houses by railroad meti, we presume-theris something iu the report. Estill Tribune.how-er,;- ft' R, V;. Qirrett and. Son. sutd -- TranirKelly.f that pliico' The Shim-fessel, "to end 'with taster bunday. - bride is a sister L. & E Improvements at Lexington. and aDer her visit here a The L. & E. will build a track few weeks ago left for Califrom Montrose, the tirst- station fornia. this side of Lexington, to the L. & N. road just out of thatcitv Representative Thomas has introduced a bill in Congress to ap- on its Jme to iaris. This is made propriate $2,000.00 for a monu- necessary to avoid congestion of traffic in the center of the cit. . ment to LfSter Bryant, the It is claimed that no less than one impossible to ever so improve ii champion corn grower of Kentucky, who lost his life, by as- train for every hour in the day as to make travel over it what i phyxiation in a Washington ho- will enter Lexington from over should be. L. & E. when traffic getJ at Death of Mri. Conlee. tel, whore he was the guest of the the best in the Spring. Department of Agriculture. Mrs. LiuuUotilee, wife of Thos Coulee, of neap Stanton, diet January 20th, aj'ter a lingerim. Burial in the Stanton illness cemetery M s Oorilee is survived by her husband and sever We are showing an Elegant Line of til children all grown. The bereaved family have the sympathy in of ' a large circle their irreparable- loss.. to Mrs. O. Ooiitt-'MondaI - proposed. 'nnimh of Arkansas" into the Unit-- be delivered about the- - 1st petition fsitt fib'd with-tiStates Senate a few days ago Ma re askmj: fm County mule the total number of native the appointment of rviewers for n proposed nevv road between r i Kirn Kentuckiaus now serving CHURCH. MKUSBYTERIAN city and Sfantnn. The roques n i lie Senate reach eight.- - This was granted ami Dr. Johnson, J s a distinction that no other Snrvii-- . - "iiitt mill 4th i?ul)bntns l E. Burgher and A. T. Knoxth. Shite in the Union enjoys. These I'ui'ii month. latter a surveyor were appniutei lulit I'r.iver Meetings, Wednesday even are Senators Paynter.'Brad-'viewers for such road. The l Culloiu Fall, Mark, Smith, ject is to get a better grade Tin ( lins. K. Munn, PitKtor. present road is so hilly it seeim itavanaugh, Bristow iind Stone. d A . And let us show you what we carry. nice lino of goods Noiion-, FALL AND WINTER Our stock of Dry Goods, da - Groceries, Hardware, Clothing, Shoes an ! etc. replete with is GOODS Including While handling a 22 calibre flnhert rifle the. Cloaks and Wraps ' Ladies' Suits, Millinery, and etc. to fit MX James Simpkiu. of Kendriuk's Ridge, Menefee county, let the Klin go olf, the bullet striking the boy's six.year-olsister, piercing her heart and killing her itstant-ly- . The parentanre prostrated The boy is only eight . years old iind does not realize what he has done. d little son of Variety, Style and Quality. THIS COMBINED WITH OUR MEN'S AND BOYS' , LOTHING you and your pocketbook. When you want any kind of Merchandise, think of SHiMFESSEL'S and give us the opportunity please ou as we with have been doing for sq many yeats pa satisfaction both to you and ourselves. j Kentucky bankers; arid, merchants, it is Btatodj and urging I'res.ident.olect fJfQ'i tt,ul on gr."ssmen to rQvls. tlie currency law coincident wUli tarifr revision at the extra, session. Judge Ailio W Young, in the Breathitt Circuit Court, discharg ed the petit jury for the term, .charging: it with 'discriminating .in the verdicts betweeu the rich i Received a niee line of Valen tines which we will bo pleased t before mak huve you call and-- e ing any purcliaes.v All designs at popular prices. Mrs, J.: Williams. Low Prices Make it to your interest to give us a good share of be- your trade. We strive to please our customers cause we know satisfied customers are our best assets. ISH Yours to please, WALDM & JOHNSON, LEvery thing to Please the Customer; and tie pooiv 'V - ' Mike, Wills, of.;,i Montgomery county, was here .this week buying cattle. ,, . Waltersville, Ky. The already high telephone CltlzeM Un hi Court of Appeal rates in and about Lexington have The Court of Appeals Tuesday been ralsed25$. Another in reversed three cases in favor of stance showing what corporations the railaoa'd companies against will do. The franchises are al individuals, Id one case $500 VEKY TUUKSDAY. Pl'UMSllKl ways supposed to protect the damages were secured for false Subscription rates 81 a yeur or three people's "rights, but the corpora arrest on an .L. & N. train in tions seem to always have a wify Knox county. The higher court vearh in advance 8. of yetting round 'it some way or says the railroad is not responsi .) E. Hurgher, I'ublisher. other. They will work the cqun ble for any damages. In anoth oil if tliby fail to get a loop hole cr case a woman in Scott oounty mall matter. Entered as second-clas- s lixed wnen they buy the fran received a judgment for $8,000 Thursday, - - - Feb. 0, l'Jl.l, chise. against a tract tori company for fexus, Oklahoma and Kansas being struck in her buggy. The are three States that usually higher court says the damage was CLUB HATES. For the convenience of our sub- make the corporations "walk the excessive. The other case is from scribers, we have arranged club rates chalk" and for this reason it Letcher county in which M. C with the following papers at prices seems to us they would be ideal Fields, Jr., was awarded $4,000 below mentioned : states to live in were it not for for the loss of an eye from a The Times and other serious drawbacks each of blast of the L. & E. Error in adCoiirier-Journ$1.00 mitting testimony is cause for a 1.10 them have. Cincinnati Knquirer new trial, says the higher court. 90 Louisville Herald The Madisonian says there is it Home and Farm 75 not n murder case to be tried at Kentucky Appropriations. 1.00 Ir land Farmer Iu the House bill, which carries 90 Richmond at this term of Circuit American Farmer Southern Agriculturist 75 Court. Richmond and Madison about 22,000,000, Kentucky will county are under local option be car.ed for as follows : control. At the recent session Courting the L. & N. Marion, building and site, $70,- Representative citizens of Lex of Circuit Court at Winchester 000; Murray, site, ,$5,000; Hos- ingtou have been holding a con there were several murder cases kinsville, increase in cost of con lab with L. & N. officials trying tried and twelve penitentiary struction, $20,000 (a total of $85,- to get that road to route all tnrn sentences and one death penalty 000 for the project) ; Madison- from and to Cincinnati South via imposed. But Winchester is one ville.site, $10,000 Elizabethtown, Lt xington using the L. .& E. track of these towns that believes site, $7,500; Hodgenville, site, from Winchester to Lexington doesn't prohibit", and 15,000; Central City,site, $7,500; This would give Lexington direct consequently is a wet town. Glasgow, building and site, $00,- connection with Richmond, Be 000; Eminence, site $8,000; Governor McCreary who has rea, Mt. Vernon, Liviugston and Winchester, increase in con- other southern Kentucky towns. oeen listening for a call to him to stuctipn cost $80,000 (a total of No doubt the L. & N. told them enter the United States Senatorial $180,000 of the project,) ; George-towthey would consider it, but of race has heard but few rumbling increase in construction course it was expected that Lex sounds so far. This is no sign that cost, $80,000 (2rtptafi,of $90,000 ingtou be rigl&good to them and the people of Kentucky do not for the project); Shelby ville, allow them to first take over the dearly love their grand old Chief building alone, $50,000 ; tiarrobs- L. & E., which is known by al Executive for they do. 'Most of burg, site, $10,000; ' i Ashland, nomiparties to be in open violation of them, however, feel that building,$80,000.(a total of $100,- nation is justly due the law which prohibits parallel 000 for the" project) :. Prestons lines buying out their competi Beckham and they are going to burg, PaiutsvlUe and. Pikeville, tors. Will this outrage be per nominate him, their loyalty to Gov. 5;000 each.for. sites ; t. Middles- mitted by the people all along the McCreary, nevertheless. uoro, increase in construction ' n: line of .the L. & E.? Beckham THE TIMES. Appointing (lore Judges cost, $25,000 (a total of 85,0OO).,i Before he quits office President In addition to the Prestonsburg matter, that of Middlesboro also Taft expects to send the Senate was 'handled directly between the nominations of five more citizens and Mr. Cantrill without the intermediary of the Congressman involved'. All the other projects were presented by the various members of the Kentucky delegations. Federal fudges. There are 105 FederalJudge8 in office, and Taft will have appointed 58, or a total of 114 during his administration, a record unequaled, so far as available documents show. Don't fail to To nil q uit flnnninrf Cnln attendour great UttUUttl Y UUjOIIIIK UttlC. 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 theee goods, you owe it to yourself to take advantage of this great event. Twice a year we clean our stocks of everything al MRS. J. W. WILLIAMS. Clay City, Ky. See This Space Next Week. "pro-hibitio- n n, USE HOPE $ MILLS FLOTJfct Baking Day is a Delight te r ine limes irequently seta up an article in type and has it ready to print when later in the week it leirns what it has set is not correct. This must then be die carded. It is very often hard to get the straight of anythiug Then of course it is just as hard to print the real facts of an item. We always strive to print all the news and at the same time to tell the truth about it, but may occasionally miss it. We will always correct a statement that is made in these columns that later proves to be untrue. If nothiug but real truths were vocally cir culatrd, uothuig but facts would be' printed. Wheu a sixteen-year-old ml m m boy is furnished liquor which makeshim druuk and he, in this state of derangement, kills some one, it fahould be the law to send the boy to the reformatory where he can't get any more liquor, and try the man who sold the boy the liquor, for the killing. The boy may know better, but he has not got the to resist, and this is why we have a law against selling boys liquor. The man who bells the liquor to the boy knows what it will do and should be held responsible for the outcome. will-power wrote plank in the Demo crat'ic platform, at Baltimore last Mies Leila .Christopher ia visit breadandwhoalwaysgetitwhenthey June. Hurrah for. Beckham! ing her aunt, Mrs,;MariouMcKin bake bread made from Pearl flour. lhe limes hopes to see him fllliney at Lexington . . one or rnese terni9 in a few more J. T. Wright has bought of Made by J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, Ky. years to come. We believe, howR. A. Kerby his . farm at this ever, that the length of the term should have remained but four pface at a private'price. years. Shelt McKinaeyVsold to H. F Christopher sixteen yearling cat' Augustus Willson says the income tax should come tie average about.'pb, pounds for to the States. We agree once $400.00. with the but go a G. W. Pasley gave theyoung little further and contend that it people a social Wednesday night should be expeuded in the con- which was highlyrenjoyed by a struction of good roads in the number of youug people. several states, according to the Mr. and Mrs. JoJmi Ballard, of ' population of each. Will soon be here and it will pay you to call Winchester, visited?Mr. and Mrs. Twelve persons sentenced to T. S. McKinney ,and Mr. and on or write us for any thing you need in the the penitentiary were taken from Mrs. Levi Curtis a .few days this Winchester a few days ago, and week. r way of BREECHING, COLLARS, HAMES, one Was taken to Eddyville to be R. A. Kerby's sale here Satur electrocuted April 25th.. Clark day was largely attended and the TRACE-CHAINcounty seems to be furnishing bidding was liberal'. .Young, catBRIDLES, CHECK LINES, more than its quota of convicts tle sold at about .seven cents. for our ponal institutions. Milk cows $40 to $45; hogs at PADS, Etc. We have a most complete line 8 to 10 cents per pound ; Experts say automobiles are to seleot from, and every article we sell is the worst enemies of good roads corn in crjb at $2.60 per barrel. Automobiles have done much Hay and fodder solgi very reason..GUARANTEED to give you SATISFACTION damage to our "good?" roads and able and was all disposed of in the bulk. they are bad too. the one-terr or to those who are proud of their bread, cakes and rolls when they are using the Pearl flour. No failure to have de'ioiously flavored bread that 18 light and tempting when you use this superlative and popular-flour- .' It is,ft.favorite. witb everyone who loves good home made I ' Plowing Time S, ut fho electric light trust after having gobbled un the Mt. Ster ling, Winchester, Paris, Lexing ton, and other light plants, Monday closed a deal for the Richmond plant. There is something doing yet uncovered and these cities are each anticipating great things, the power house, and etc. The result, in our judg-menwill be the erection of a power plant at the mouth of Dix river, and a substantial increase in rates for light and power in each city. t, ADVANCEMENT After you obtain money by the daily earning pro- We cr your MONEY will be REFUNDED. will allow you 10 per cent, of any purchase to cover Railroad Fare. cess, it is wise to obtain intesesl upon'it under our Interest plan. Lay aside regularly during thisytar part of your income. Make k productive through, ; a safe interest rate. SCOTT and LOWRY, 37 'Lexingtdn Avenue, " ; -- Clay City National r Bpujk, Winchester, Ky. CLAY CITY, KENTUCKY. Paper Arrives Late. Because the Estill Tribune of lust week didn't reach here until yesterday morning we will not infer that the publication A HOME-MAD- E PAPER. was late within itfc'i', because a friend from Irvine in company FEU. 0. 1010 with the editor of the Times last THURSDAY, Saturday was discussing thp items of news and editorials that np LOO AT, BREVITIES. penroil in th current issue. A K. tif 1 Lodgo lius been Mothers Can Safely Buy at Irvine. Dr. King's New Discovery and give From the first dose we must it to the little ones when ailing and conclude thiit the ground hog suffering with colds, coughs, throat or lung troubles, tastes nice, hurm knew liis business. less, once used, always used. Mr. Mrs. .las. G. Easter, of McRob Bruce Crawford, Niagra, Mo., erts, is visiting relatives in the writes : Dr. King's New Discovery city and county. changed our boy from a pale weak planing mill rick boy to the picture of health." The Swann-DaHtarted up Friday again. We tMways helps. Buy it at all dealers. Adv. hope for an indefinite run. THE TIMES. In the local option case at Lebanon, the Court of Appeals has so 25 per cent, decided that-jus- t of the voters in the territory sign the petition it is sufficient, nnd 25 per cent, of the voters in each precinct does not have to be gotten. it is good ones and further up. The Fayette National Bank has contracted for the erection MaTafaTBanm surprising to see what of a fifteen story building on tho sometimes come from site of its old home in Lexington. Farm For Sale. 200 acres 21 miles from Clay City on the Mt. Sterling road. Good-room y Ike Wiler of Clark county, was here Tuesday receiving tobacco bought by him some time ago. . Reece Horton, of Clark county gathered up a drove of cat tle and took them to his farm near Win- chester yesterday. Diphtheria in raging in Mt. Sterling and Montgomery county according to a dispatch from Mt. Sterling. One death to date. No Need to Stop Work. When the doctor orders you to stop work it staggers you I can't, you say. You know you are weak, run down and failing in health day by day, but you must work as long as you can stand What you need is Electric Bitten to give tone, strength and vigor to your system, to prevent break down and build you up. Don't be weak, sickly and ailing When?" Electric Bitters will benefit yon from the first dose. Thousands blesa them for their glo rloii8 health and strength. Try them. Every bottle is guaranteed State Brings Suits. to satisfy. Only 50c at all dealers. Suit against Adv. Commissioner C. W. Bell and his bondsmen, the American Surety The great scarcity of cattle is Co., for $20,000 has been institut- proclaimed every day, but every ed by the State at Frankfort. It few days some one passes through is alleged the shortage of the this city with a drove for the Commissioner amounts to this Bluegrass regions. Eastern nincli. The bonding company has is a great-cattlcountry, been placed in the hands of a re ceiver and the State can only recover a small per cet. of what, is former-Insurance j myI 11 Mil School for Teachers U ItfafafafafB V ' WCHMOHD.KY. A Traifllne II II ( CnFM t.adlaa tti Hmmi... latrnardlata asd I.lh aut Or. Valid la all Fuhlk 8patla' IcaMli ef Kratacrr. Ufteatea. Connca aolatcaa. Caarael. TaltlAB PrM la A p. Two inlraitlft d..p. and biw nanaaltralalnc balldlna. praetlrKaaol,nanrMatrarrl0Bltart. a p eqnlppnl IjmlMlaio. Dmnnlla 8tlaa. rir.Trni brfln. .p. e6Bd Tprta Kor.mbr IS, Third Terra Jaauarr Umbart. 17, FaanbTrrmlprllT, Bornmer School apaaa June lli. Caulacaa Fret, J. O. ORARBB, PrraMenl. , house, good garden nnd or chard, new tobacco barn, stock barn and all other necessary outbuild ings; well watered and under good fence. 50 acres cleared land, rest In growing timber. The uncleared land is virgin scil and land that will grow fine tobacco, corn and other crops. Will sell at a bargain on easy payments as I have decided to move West. Mike King, Waltersville, Ky. When in Need of Builder's Hardware, C binet Mntles, Grates, Tiles, Ken-ruck- y e Cooking or Heating Go to or Write Stoves, a Z. Connor, a prominent Clark Are You a Cold Sufferer? county stock dealer, and a formTake Dr. Kind's Now Discovery. er citizen of this county, is very The best Cough, Cold. ThroHt and low at Winchester with Lung medicine made. Money re funded if it fails to cure you. J)o J. W. Burgher who sold out and not hesitate take it at our risk. left this county last Spriug has First dose h'.lps. J. K. .Veils, moved to Lexington and was in Floydada, Texas, writes: "Dr the city Sunday to see some old King's New Discovery cured in) friends. terrible cough and cold. I gained Lexington is now blessed with 15 pounds." Buy it at all dealers. ' .; but ione .telephone exchange, : AdM- ju t having last week the home 'phone Notice to Delinquent Taxpayers. displaced the Cumberland Bell Tour tax long past due. and which system. should have been paid by Decem There wilr-b- e an oyster supper ber 1st, 19 2 must now be settled at the Central Hotel Friday night. or I will proceed to advertise and Cake and chocolate will also be sell. Feb. 10th I will make out served. The proceeds will go to my list of delinquents and submit a fund now being raised to cover to the printer at which time further By thut time a'l tax cost accrues. the Presbyterian church. must be paid to avoid such cost A two million dollar monument and advertisement. to the memory of Abraham LinT. C. Hall, S P. C. coln will be erected on the north MARRIAGES. bank of the Potomac river- at Mr. Grant Clem and Miss Eliza Washington, a bill to this.eJl'ect passing both branches of Congress Cooper, both' of tlio Kim broil neighborhood, were married at lust week. pueu-monia. due the State. SEEDS i SUCCEED! 1 M r 11 SPECIAL OFFER TO to bafM Vav. Bialaaaa. AtrUlnOl mica Yoa our MMtinent customer. Prtie Collectl.',"Tiii"t.ivi nI IMIHWt r. i4 l ia BnMt Tarsia. I nlaodkl Iff 11 1 Dates. KIMS rat f CABAHTCZ Write TO riKASE. Mm Paper. t Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, m V IMlasUafeeattlu . ktrrtl. IlUfl tae:Tar jalaf. an4 pacalat and ranlTa tali Talaallr eouccueu ac wmmmm vawasaM. Maaiaar wiia, SEND H CENTS Bwtultlcl m4 (tela, Pioto.au. & ai Hast Bwk, m K Winchester, aHE5..HIHHHalXHH.HHKaHHHK - . Ky. -- - SHIPP'S QUICK- are RELIEF LINIMENT. This is the liniment the people talking about. - Leonard Fluty, the sixteen-year-ol- d boy slayer of Merchant T. D. Berryman, in Clark county, aecently, has been admitted to bail in the sum of $5,000, and re turned to his futhor'e home in Estill county. Advances in the price of crude oil, now quoted at $1.82, have given impetus and wider scope to operations in Kentucky pc troleum Holds. Dr. King's New Discovery Soothes iiritnted throat and lungs, stops chronic and hacking cough, relieves tickling throat, tastes nice. Take no other, once used, always Adv. used. Buy it at all dealers Six-ye- ar residence of the bride's mother, Mrs. Johnson Harris, Wednesday John 1. Dunaway and liss Fannie Belle JJuggens, of the same neighborhood, ried on the 28th. were mar- It is the most wonderful remedy for relieving naln I have ever used. Cant. Anderson Berry, Lexington, Ky. I used this liniment and the twin and soreness disappeared like magic-Jai- ler W. T. Ballenger, Lexington, Ky. For relieving aches and pains this liniment beats anything I ever saw. J. II. Letton, Lexington, Ky. It is tho only remedy I have found that has given mo any relief since I war naralized four years ago. Mrs. Susan Welborn, Newburg, Ind. If it fails to relieve any pain in any part of the body in fifteen minutes, ask for your money back. SOLD KY ALL LEADING DRUGGISTS. Jan. 20th. nillikan Business Schojl, LEXINUTON, BOOKKEEPINQ, KV. Cut Prices On Deafaess Catmpt be Cured by local applications, us '.hey can SHORTHAND, TYPEWRITING. Tearm. The U. S. Sennto one-ter- has passed for Presidents bill, the and extended the term to six years. This bill will also pass the House, then if rati lied by s of the State Legislatures it will become a law. three-fourth- . Surprise Your JPrleiuU, For four weeks regularly use Dr. King's New Life Pills. They stimulate the liver, improve digestion, remove blood impurities, pimples and eruptions disappear from your body and you feel better. Begin at Buy at nil dealers."-Ad-v. once. not reach the diseased portion the ear. There is only one way to cure deafness, and that is by con stitutional remedies. Deafness is caused by an imflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachi an Tube. When this tube 1s in flamed you have a rumbling Bound or imperfect hearing, and when it is entirely closed, Deafness is the result, and unless the iuiilamniation can be taken out, and this tube restored to its normal condition, hear ing will be dehtroyed forever; nine cases out of ten are caused by Ca tarrh, which is nothing but an in (lamed condition of the mucous surfaces. We will give Onp Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafnf ss (ciused by catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Bond for circulars free. F. J. Cheuey & Co., Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists, .5c. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. Adv. of turned out bun This dreds of men and women who are successes. It will make a success of you. Echool has Winter Goods. See This Space Next Week. Write for Catalogue. Stop that Ache!.' Any ache or pain in any part of the body can be relieved with ShippV Hardwick & Co,, Stanton. quicK uenei fiuurowaru u it fails and tho purchase price is 'not refunded. Try it and see. 60s At All UAUM1 IK iHG ,Wc UH jmt toir, JR HH 4 W mm VM 1 mm a ataw luu u iaucottlftlwjaam jov mttr Uan ucaU or kaJlU. Kefereucag ay Wub W Lou-- Shuc. Write for wily price lUt. Edited by one who Holds the Plow Handle and Write ay or Theory. NEW ERA FARMER. $i oo Reward! iFamMinTiie MEttXWBROOK from Experience Rather than Hear- - Commissioner of Agriculture Last to say about mice damaging fruit! J. W Newman in agitating citi trees, and since then we have had zeus of Louisville and other cit some mure experience witli this ies to cultivate their backyards little ground rodent. Last full we and produce a large part of the settlor a nice strawberry bed and garden truck that they now must securely protected it by covering purchase from the farmers, is au it with hay. After we had finished act of iujustuce to the farmers of our paper last week we concluded his State. The farmers of Kento go over to the farmstead and tucky have as their business the look after, among other things, production of such things as the our strawberry bed. When un- city man needs. The city man covering the bed in a small place is able to buy and pay for what we saw the green leaves which the farmer produces, but if he gave us great delight. Upon a produces it himself the farmer closer investigation we found that will havo a lean market for the he mice had cut off these leaves stuff he must sell to gain his and eaten up the roots. They had livelihood. The poor of the city in side roads over the whole bed who could be profited the most and destroyed at least nine out by growing tiieir own gardens, of every ten plants. What were have no buck lot to cultivate; left, however, were growing nice- they mostly live in flats, a.nd, are ly and what would have been a any way, not such good customnourishing bed in a few weeks ers of the market gardeners. has been cut short through the It Is the duty of the agriculturavages of the little pesky giound ral departments of the State ana mouse. We knew Spring was the Union to devise plans to help the best tinit to set out strawberries farmer rather t han to devise plans but to avoid the rush in ti.e spring to demoralize the market for an tunc, set this bed out in the fall, important branch of his business. feeling sjfe with it so well pro- The city man knows what his baek tected. It didn't pay except to yard will produce, and can culti teach us and our readers to look vale what part of it he naturalh out for the ground mice in more wants to, and that is right, but u avs than one. when it comes to ottering premiums, for certain fruits and vegeScarcity of Live Stock. Annual reports show u great tables to be grown in the back loss of live stock in numbers, but yunls of tne city, when it ic a great train in value For in known that when this practice is stance, there are 1,800.000 fewer exienaively engaged in, it will cattle than oneyear uuu, but what pamlyze the market tor such we have left is worth nearly 150 stuir now produced by the farmmillion dollars more in money. ers, we think it unfair. There are five million less hogs, e. A Profitable but the remuinderis worth three The farm boys should not'neg million more in dollars. But lect their opportunity during the tin's doesn't furnish a satisfactory winter months, to catch as many account for the high cost of liv animals as possible. ing, as it costs no more to butch Trapping is indeed very profit er and market a high priced brute ble, si nee it requires so small an than a low priced one. Beef and investment and so little time to pork should be worth not more look after it. One or two catchthan three cents a pound more es a week often bring as much than several years ago as that is cash as a whole week's steady as much as the price has advanc labor. It is also advantageous ed in live stock. Instead of that to the farmer to have the var however, the meat men charge mints thinned out. The one that you ten cents more just because looks well after the side lines as he can lay on the farmer, when well as the main business' is the in fact it is his own greed that one that makes a success in any TS causes the steep advance. uusiness. rur stuns are very There is a movement on foot, high and this alone should induce according to a report from Wash our farm boys to open up this ington, to prohibit the killing of important branch line on the old veal calves, so as to increase the farmstead at this time. supply of beef cattle. The New The Best Thing. Era Farmer is opposed to it. One of our readers says if we When cattle decrease in numbers want to do the best thing for our their value increases. Then if county in au agricultural way the farmer can get more for rais- we should secretly sow a little ing five cattle than for raising Johnson grass over the county. eight, .why not raise just five? Johnson grass you know, is the The trouble is with the packers. kind you cannot plow up nor kill When cattle go up 1 cent, the out, but it makes fine hay and p ickors put up beef 2cents, when splendid grazing. It spreads tnev should not put it up but the rapidly, a few seed will spread one cent. Let the powers that to nil parts of the farm if left ba, and should rule strike where and it makes the laud where the fh.iuld, and beef can come It grows very rich. away d iwn and cattle go away u yet. The trouble is, the midSave the Manure. dle man gets more for his profit How about that iiiiiuuro pile? than the fanner is getting for the Suvo cverv bit of it. On the growth of his stock. Now Kri Farmstead the manure Seed oats have gone up cents is regarded us our profit and the on the b.ishol the past week. gain on our stock is the sideline. Other seeds are also on the rise. If our farm was not so poor, per Wo tol.l you to ordor early what haps we would reverse condi I Side-Linfur-beari- Lookout For lice. week we had something ' City Men vs. Farmer, v FARM Will hannlfltn ftnv nnrtnn linvlnor nnv kind of pain or ache-i- f Shlpp' (Juick Make Your Wet Laud Productive. ltelief Liniment fails to give instant relief and tlio purchnse price fa not re- By the use of drain tile you car. funded. Try it and see. 50c. At All turn that low, wet, useless, swamDruggists. py field into the most productive spot on your farm. Good tile, properly placed, not only carries off surplus water, it admits air to (he mid makes it easy to work. ! soilimproves any soil. The inoreacu It in the valuo of the land is many times the cost of the tile The first yeqr's crop from tiled land pays for it. Any body can do the work Shrubs, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Peonies successfully. Write for particu-lit- r or en 11 at oui plant. Rosea, Phlox, etc. TREES NO AQENTS- - Fruit and Ornamental Give salt reanlarly. the cold. Cowa staouldjie kept out of Rhubarb forcing may begin time. Egg production one-grai- n at aaj (JROWERS OF WHAT WE SELL. FREE CATALOti Red River Brick & Tile Company, STANTON, - KENTUCKY. diet isnt made with a H. F. it has aft Hillenmeyer&Sons, Lexington, Ky. A hen can't lay unless abundance' of feed. The horse lsthe only animal which every farmer must have. f- When'you go Into town, Invest In good thermometer for the dairy. ' a CAPITAL, STOCK. SURPLUS AND UN- SIOO.OOO 3 IMared. Hand Sketch, DIVIDED PROFITS, 200,000 THE KICMPoaronnumtaMlttT. Patrntonct. Band i ecnta In Mamp for tnraloabla book on Maw TO TAm and atu. paTCHTa, Which onaa will ht. How laHta MrttMr. patant law aad other Taloahla iBtormatloa. BramptiroMalMd In all soontrtea o no PIC ana lUMHMimi, uanau Modtlcoprncnu rana. or Photo, lor Keep the ensilage covered. Frozen ensilage is 'no' advantage to stock. A good horseman never trota a draft horse, even when he has no load. Winchester Bank, x OF WlNCllMTKK, KV. D. ,303 SevMrth 8L, SWIFT & GO. LAWVIRt. IAT1NT WatMaftM, D. C. at the expense of activity and vitality. Sometimes she In eheep is secured N.Hou,r WlTHEtmrooy, Pres. W. E. S g j OASUIBR. It la a mistake to feed the pigs sour milk when' they are learning" to eat. When at all Indisposed, a turkey should be separated from the rest of 2 YOUH ACCOUNTS SOMCITED H Guard Your Children Against Bowel Trouble Many children at an early age become constipated, and frequently serious consequences result Not being able to realize his own condition, a child's bowels should be constantly watched, and a gentle laxative given when necessary. Dr. Miles' Laxative Tablets are especially well adapted to women The Sisters of and children. Christian Charity, 531 Charles St., Luzerne, Pa., who attend many cases of sickness say of them: "Somo time ago we began using Dr. Miles' Laxative Tablets, and Arid that we like them very much. Their action 1 excellent and we. are- - irralatul tor having been troada acquainted with them. We 'have had good reaulUln every caae and the Slaters are very much pleased." the flock. A 'great fertilizer, and a hardy vigorous fo raize plant for hay and Hogs are- great lovers of warmth Will grow in any soil, and must have 'Iff or their most eco- paure. even in rocky places. Can be sown nomical growth,, with spring, natti, or sown alone in Btze, vigor 5ha activity of both May for meadow, and sown in with .cockerels andnallets araewential to corn,attiB last, cultivation. (.Prices good breeding oHowls; "of seed, and circular liqw to crow it v ent on request. The mostbeavtltuiVhorge la not - A lamb tbatiatlarge and strong will stand --weaning, better, and also win ter better. S.WEET CLOVER worth much unless he sqund limbB'and feet: has good, BOKHARA SEED CO., Falmouth, Ky. Box S)U. Sunshine la life to; all animals and all farm buildings should be so planned as to afford tit. if-- . OVER YEARS' EXPERIENCE Wheat middlings' can nearly always connection with com in fattening hogs. be used to -- advantage-in -- I 1 One .serious fault many of our readers have is, leaving farming implements exposed to the weath be the case. er. This 8hould'-o- t cost mpnoy and they Farm tools will rust and rot out in one half wear nut the time that they-wil- l Better cut down'good black oak tree left on your place somewhere and make boadsijfnd cover a shed to hold ALL of your farm implements and haul Ibeni into the dry at once. Had you ever 'noticed that all r calves? lousy calves Such is not the fcaso with hogs, however, for a fat hog may be lousy, but it is sofo to say it has taken mora corn to fatten aloiis, hog, than one that is not lousy. a"feT-puo- RADC MARKS DcaiQNB COPVRIOHTS AO. AnronaMndlng a vkelrh and draerlntlon mar qnloklr aacaruuii our oi'iiilon imwuc au liiTuiillon taarobablrDnlontaMA. i itnmanlea. tlnitxtrlollroonlMaiitfal. HANDBOOK on Patani out (reo. Oldut uenrr foraecurtiitf noUnti. entonta takan ttaroaah Muuu A Co. reoalra tfttlal nttlet, wltbeot coaraa. in taa hnndaomalr lllniitratad vklr. TjuvMt elr cuiallnil of aur clanllllo Journal. Termi. S3 a joari f onr montlu, L ttulil brail nawadialara. A Scientific flmerkaita The form and flavor of any medicine is very important, no matter who is to take it. The taste and appearance are especially important when children are concerned. All parents know how hard it is to give the average child "medicine," even though the taste is .partially disguised. In using Dr. Miles Laxative Tablets, however, this difficulty is overcome. The shape o the tablets, their appearance and candy-lik- e taste at once appeal to any child, with the result that they-ar-e taken without objection. The rich chocolate flavor and absence of other taste; make Dr. Miles' Laxative Tablets the ideal remedy for children. If the first box fails to benefit, the price is returned. Ask your druggist. A box of 25 doses costs only 25 cents. Never sold in bulk. MILKS MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. Be Happy ! Happy the girl, or woman, who has never suffered from any of the diseases of womanhood! Or, if she has been a sufferer, happy is she if she has learned of the wonderful benefits of Cardui, the woman's tonic! Cardui is a gentle, tonic remedy, for women's.ailments. It is a natural medicine safe, harmless, purely vegetable. It has been in successful use for more than 50 years. It has cured thousands. It should do the same for you. - ' Many farm papers appear to u to be run in the interest of its advertisers rather tlfun its snbscrib ers. This should not be the cast ind will not be the case with the New Kra " Farmer. .") .Fraa,BeUW..-'ur-. EPS d Cardui WomansTomc Mrs. Mary Necly, of Denver, Tenn., says, "I think iMwainetarum tnn Oudraer rt "jortlwinGiviliMfd Mwl'lHf there is no tonic ca earth, as good as Cardui. I used it with the very best results. I had backache and nearly everything a woman could suffer with, until I took Cardui. Now, I feel better than I have for two years. I shall always recommend Cardui to other suffering worner I can't praise it too Uglily. As a medicine for weak, tired, worn-owomen, Cardui and reliable. Try today. ut vmi needed, tions. FOR 0,CCN78 vt will trot pcwtil o r AND HIDE8 rmrMiwiiN . Itka.MMraalstC.torr if wni IMS I mm n rwyt wb r.r mi Ib4 0K.T KOllTHl u Wiirat. WrUetw n nanninmu)j frma j KHM WHITE AOOm awSrE& mmmr Mttr it: LaiStV Advisory Dept. CtoMaaia Medldae Ca. QuKaaeott, Tmw. mwtmrmtwmm u. tat teek. "HewTrrttaeat (er Weaea." teat tree. J 34 ft ,,l?tlie.if W ;