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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): March 6, 1913 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1913 cla1913030601_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.): March 6, 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. A. 1 XX 81.00 a Year In Advamw M CITY TIMES. arc here to bcl Cfay City, the Sarronnding Coontry and Oarselvcs. .1. B- - Burgher, Publisher. VOL. XVIII. The Boy Who fleets the Train. The boy who meets tlio trnin is not at: isolated example. Often he is so well represented tit the villno and Rfiiull town stations that he makes a crowd, lie makes the trip from one to four or more times when riot busy ut something else. Usually he is on time, reaching the depot as much us fifteen minutes' before the train arrives, and spending tis much time after it leaves. There is little to" do but idlv watch the train and its pasesngers to see who gets ofT, and talk with others who came with as little purpose as himsalf. Long day journeys prove that tho number of boys who meet the train is large. How ruth lessly they waste time. The hour or two spent each day in meeting the trains is largely wasted, and yet they do not seem to give it a serious thought. They lack tiine-aiinlopsly. CLAY CITY, KY.t THURSDAY. "niceling 'rains" or otherwise spending It is true that today's work iniiy be finished in time to idle some hours, but if tomorrow's work is Bride and droom Have Narrow Escape Mr. George ShinUessel, of Clark MARCH (5, J9IH. Celebrates 100th NO. JO Poor Market for Coal. Anniversary. wo-ma- . V. plan or any definite object. Nothing has to be doue, so why not seek, a little excitement as the train goes through? The work that belonged strictly to that day was out of the way, and what had to be done in the future would be dispesed of in the same way. Their attitude is apparently aimless. They go to the train expectiug something to turn up and they are starting in life the same way. Usually those who expect something worth while to happen as the train runs are disappointed, and the same is true of those who start into life without a pain The boy may get less than he aims at, but he will hardly ever get more. It takes a vision, an ideal, if you please, to bring success. Something worth working for must bo conceived and kept before the mind's eye. Then if the thing is going to be done there won't be much time for ti to be made little better, some studying and planning will have to be d'li.e. It is a mistake to preach or practice all work and no play, but going tc the train or. loafing at the store does not fall into either class. Either of these is just killing time, for the average boy or man. Whether it is work or play, the way to get the most A Popular Judge out of it is to go at it in earnest. Judge J. H. Evans, one of the play and Counfy'Judges in the State, work arealike uiuatief ing. best was in Stanton Monday on busiThere is always something worth ness. The Times is a fond addoing for pleasure or profit. Just Judge Evans, as much plain loafing need have a very, mirer 6f on the account of his devotion to very small place in the life of his county and his rare ability any one. Southern ns county Ju(lge us to his pleasant and agreeable manners. The The Times in Error. Judge rarelyXover conies to our Last week we made mention of county except when he has busithe marriage of Rev. M. T. ness. We arejthus incliued to Chandler. In this we were in may his business connec error. It was a son of Rev. M. tions in roweu county multiply iff T. Chandler who married. Mrs. Chandler, a daughter of Mr. and Wants Ucrlckson to Run. Mrs. James Mauppin, and a sisH. T. DerteKson is being ter to Mrs. Jesse Eaton, of this by lijja'ny Democrats of city, is still living. The Rev. the county 'lift' connection with a Mr. Chandler is located at the race m ifjfa county this fall instead of Paris. The for Sheriff. Vll r. Derickson is a publicatiotTof snch an article is safe man, ajfdod Democrat and very embarassing to the family would. )nakelijend.id officer! in this city and to us as "well. We If he decides to run he will also read the marriage notice in an make the other candidate offerexchange, in which the initials 'M. ing for tho office know that they T.' were brought into, use, and have had the strongest kind of conjectured a little too far. We opposition'if they beat. There is regret the error as much as any no better qualified man for the office in the county. one could, though we acted in good faith in publishing the The Wilson Ciblnet. item. The members of the new CabiBeginning Monday, March lUili, net as appointed by President and all during next week we will Wilson is ns follows: Secretary sell silk at very popular prices of State, Wm. J. Bryan, Nebraska; Secretary of the Treasury, Also reudy made silk waists. Wm. (i. McAdoo, New York ; Sec Mrs. J. W Williams retary of War, Lindley Garrison, New Jersey; Attorney General, James Mclleynolds, Tennessee; became-entangleHalf-hearte- d half-hearte- eoynty, and .Mies Etta Winburn, Winhurn, of Snow daughter Creek, this comity, set out Monday to drive to Winchester to get married. While fording Lulbegrud creek the buggy seat broko and the bride and groom elect were plunged into the water and in. the buggy top. It was with great- "difficulty that they made their way to the shore They were then compelled to defer their marriage to eojne future date. of-Bu- d d Southeastenr Kentucky coal operators have been havJ hit by the mild winter. Price at the mines are claimed to be the lowest in many years, and the marketing of coal is presenting a hard problem. Many mines have been forced to close several days each week because of overproduction The situation is not expected to improve materially until summer, when work usually is brisk in filling orders for the. following fall and winter. Mining plants in Southeastern Kentucky have nearly doubled within the last five years, and tho supply has more than met the demand, al though the market has consider ably expanded. Viewers Make Favorable Report. The viewers appointed by the Kathenne Maker, the oldest n County Court at its February term to locate a new road between this city and Stanton made their report favorable to the of such road. as The road k, men-tione- d recommended by the Commission will pass over the lands, of Edwin Rose, It. W. Garrett, Walter Hoskin, G. B. Conlee, A. J. Martin and Will Stephens. It is a shorter road than the old road and is on good ground the greater part of the route and is of an ideal grade. What's Wrong With This Law? Cyn-thian- by the Arkansas Legislature and approved by tha Governor in which' a 'saloon in that State cannot be opened in any city or town without first getting the consent Mrs. Wilson was adaughtorof Mr. from the majority of the white Jimmie Baker. voters in such town or city. A law has has just been passed in Washington county todav celebrated the 100th anniversary of her birth by taking her first automobile ride over a brick highway which is Deing constructed through the Crosscreek section. Despite the fact that the aged woman w now on the other side of the century mark she enjoys the best of health and retains all of her faculties except hearing. She is able to read without glasses and puts in a great deal of her time sewing quilt patching and other work of this kind. The Crosscreek section turned out in full to celebrate this event and during the day ttpuards of 201) persons called at the Baker home to congratulate Miss Baker upon her long life. All of the residents of tho surrounding section brought well filled baskets with them and at noon a dinner was served on the lawn. Tho Crsncreek band wan out and furnished music for the day. With all of her hundred yearn Miss Baker looks younger than many persons of 75. The above is a clipping from a Pennsylvania paper sent Mrs. E. N, Wilson, a niece of this well preserved old lady A letter was sent here making inquiry of Mr. Jimmie .Baker the grand old man, who, for several years, lived on jdardwick'screek where 'Squire Davis now resides and he died there. Win. Howard Taft is now pri vafe citizen and voter for the first tune in his life. He is -six years old and has continuously held office since he was first years. old enough at twenty-on- e fifty- Miss Baker ia the oldest of fif teen children and is the only one living. Since the advent of the first month of Spring we have been havim; typical March weather. Come to Our Store And let us show you what a nice line of goods we carry. We are showing: an Elegant Line of PALL AND WINTER GOODS Including Postmaster General, Albert Burleson, Texas; Secretary of the Naw, Jnsephus Daniels, North Carolina; Secretary of the Interior, Franklin K. Lane, California; Secretary of Agriculture, David Houston, Missouri; Secre tary of Commerce, William New York; Secretary of Labor, William Wilson, Red-field, l Our stock of Dry Goods, Notion, Groceries, Hardware, Clothing, Shoes and etc. is replete with Peun-sylvani- a. Judge Hugh Rlddell. Cloaks and Wraps Ladies' Suits, Millinery, and etc. MEN!S AND BOYS' CLOTHING to I! (it you and your pocketbook. Governor McOreary has appointed Hugh Riddell Circuit Judge to succeed. Judge Kedwine deceased. Here's congratulations to Judge Kiddell. He was our man, not altogether bectuse he is our personal friend, but be cause he is known to us to be a man of ability and honor, with. out which no man can creditably fulfiill the duties of tho high of-fi:- Variety, Style and Quality. THIS COMBINED WITH OUR Low Prices Make o pointed. When you want any kind of Merchandise, think of to which he has been ap- it to your interest to givo us a good share of be- I SHIMFESSEL'S and give us the opportunity to please you as we have been doing for so many years pail with satisfaction both to you and ourselves. Tho Webb local option bill re cently pagsed by Congress was vetoed by l resident Tart ana returned to Congress whereupon it was promptly paeeod over his veto by considerbly more than tho necessary tw o. thirds vote, in both Houses of Congress. .- your trade. We strive to please our customers cause weknuweatisfied customers areourbestassets. Yours to please, Everything to Please theCustomer Last vear tho Kentuckv Do. purtment of Education had con siderable trouble with the school census returns, owing to so many city and districts padding their lists. Tho department is taking steps to prevent a repetition of the padding this time. WALDRON & JOHNSON, m Waltersville, Ky. . The Christian Church has employed Rev. Geo. Holder, a stu-- ' VKKY TlIUltSDAT. rUHLISHEl dent in the Collego of the Bible in Lexington to preach twice a Subscription rates $.La y.ear or three mouth for them tho coming year. years ju udvancu, 82, t He js a man of splendid ability and is liked veiy mucin by all in J. E. Burgher, Publisher. Stanton. Rev. Chas. Mann, of mail matter. Clay City has servaeestlie othei' Entered as second-clas- s two Sundays so" that wo have - March 0," 11713. Thursday, preaching every Sunday now. . THE TIMES STANTON. ERECTING HIS OWN KlONUMENT. . Tho Ladies of tho Christian CLJJB RATES. Church gave a supper to the men Fpr the convenience of our subscribers', we have arranged club rates folks Of the church? 'There were with the following papers at pricep forty-sevejiien present and' a below .mentioned : very, enjoyable evening was " "" splint; 'Several from the other The TfME's and Courier-Journtl.UO church in Stanton were invited n al the various sfafes, (here was nnturnlly feeling of Intense rivalry. Twelve of the southern 'states that had leen pushing tho Hoys' Com club Idea for several years, had records of 442 boys that How Letter Bryant, the, Day Champion had grown over 100 bushels on an aero: Corn Grower of Kentucky) Will Alabama and Georgia each had over Buy HitOwn Memorial With 100 boys with thlR record to their crediHis Record Crop of Corn. t," but both of these states hnd been organized for club work for tho past eight years. It is very gratifying to bo reOne, very frequently --hoars the ibte to write that Kentucky, with an mark, "That fellow Iscrfjctfui; his own organization of only two years, made a tuocunient." No' oijo In the 'nbcMeld iplendld record. boys In neighborhood last summer ever thought Kentucky this past season grew over crop of 100 bushels of corn to tho acre1. that Lester Bryant's .record How com ,Would bo tho mcnuH of building arnhy adult farmers' did that well? No oup watching a htm a memorial! vigorous youngster'' 'jut' Ids life and SPOUT SPRING. . soul. Into the work as he did ..could have forsecn such ,an event, and yet if son, of Indianapolis, Ind., arrived here Thursday to visit her parents, Mr; nfnd Mrs. A. .1. Bar-- ; ) nett, and other .relatives;. Floyd Ilnlsey has moved to tho. J. II.- - Dawson farm, which was recently bought by his uncle, W. L. Byrd. He is also a nephew ot the Hon. A. Floyd Byrd of;Lexi ington. W. L. Byrd, late of Clark conn-ty- , but a native of Wolfe county, moved this' week 'to the, John W. Dawson pluco which, ho recently bought ouo Imlf interest. Wd extend a hearty hand ftf welcome to Mr. Byrd and liis'fiilliily 'sr in bur midst. The Christopher heirs liavo 'sold their farm of 200 ueres' hero-for $,iB0. Shell McKinney buys 100 acres.of the place on the Lilly road iffr.$2,000'and R. S. akes 100 acres with tho Mr. ,,150. iihprovefuents for Christopher moved., ,to. his new purchase last week. Chris-topher- .f Sholt McKinney sold a Al. four-year-o- ld BBBBBBBHbk horse to'O. VobcTfor v'hicli shows the fraternal spirit Louisville Herald, f 90 the twit ,ljhat., exists ' between ' Home and Farm . ?5 churches. .It is the desire or iotn 1.00 " Irlund Farmer DO churches that every body in Stan " American Farmer Southern Agriculturist' 75' ton shall be in, Sunday School and attend church services. After the Announcement; 1 supper numerous toasts weregiv en and the evening passed all too For Assessor. We are authorized to announced. A. soon. ,.TJie men voted that they Knster as candidate for! Assessor oft Uould-returthe supper to the Iowcll counts, subject to the action of the Democratic primary election in ladies, and the women say that August. they (the men) must do all thf and prying. V juat'cunJt understand snihe cookh-t Republican pxchunjres. of mir A Club Room has been opened When the Confederate veterans up in the basement room of tht were passed a pension law hist College building for the young Spring, they said the law was an jnen of Stanton. Something like insult to the old war hemes, the that has been needed for a long tvmv the bill was frainetl, it lieiiif: time. We older men have lost iixed fur the benefit niily of the" sight ot fhe' fact that'we must needy. Tlie.y'furtliur'aul their. provide a place1 for oiir young "dignity would prevent all but a men to gather and have a socisil small handful from even m;tkiiiL' time. It we do not provide some an application for n. pension tin', legitimate a'nWements that evder such stringent 'ules. Now ery young man demands they will I'these sa nip. papers are crying, sio,elsewhere anil usually get it in "bring on your- pension money a Worse form. - 1 he room was ;for i lie old Rebels. It is u shame for the first time on Friday for the thousands .of them to be night .and. uvery enjoyable time . kept in suspense." Tliey say now wa8,8p,ent., There were paines and they were all expecting the.pen-aions- , amusements of all kin"dsnnd the had made" their arrange-me- large crowd wa'i very' reltictanl ts thusl.v and now were to leave. Ice cream and cake surely disappointed and tl ; b.v not receiving their Mr. B. E. Throckmorton, of the pensions in due nine. Lexington and Eastern Railroad, In the selection of u Marshal and Miss Mary Phillips, of Stanto succeed A. T, PettitJ deceased, ton, were quieth' married at we hope to see a man get? thj. homo of the 'bride's parents, place who will lobk we'll after the Unit n't y Attorney and Mrs'. M. A, illegal bringing of liquor into Phillips. The ceremony was per.r This is something formed in presence of a few this town. that interests every citizen in the friends by Rev. Paul Derthick town. It is an evident fac. thut Mr. Throckmorton is tho son- o.i .something is wrong when charac- John W. Throckmorton, an old ters not worth ten cents in silver employee of the Lexington and are seen to'godown-othe morn- Eastern Railroad and now station-- , ing train carrying a suitcase and edat the Union Depot in Lexingreturn in the afternoon still wag ton. On the day following tin ging the suit case. There is too wedding, a wedding dinner am much of this going on, and a stop birthday dinner combined 'win should bo puU to it. at., once, aud, served by .Mrs. M. A. Phillips, it it takes the right kind of town being her 59th birthday. Severmarshal to do this. al friends wero.invited in and n splendid dinner was served. We have studied this drinking There is no one, in Po'well count business until we have, .cpnjo to who cuii beat Mrs; Phillips as a the conclusion that he who makes cook, which pan bo proven.by a drunkard should take cure of those who want to board at' her him after ho is mado and he rehouse. Her famo has gone oti sponsible for all of his acts and and near as a hostess. Tin deeds, mid he who opposes the far table was decorated with a bo making, of drunkards should he quet of beautiful American Beau remunerated ,for,all losses .incur-- , ty roses and carnations. red by tliem. Their feelings' are also as sacred as the "personal One, reason for so many candiliberty" of those who must drink. dates for jailer in many counties All wo want is u squaro deal. may bo nccouutod for from the The tobacco truHt, oporating fact that beginning January 1st, in four divisions, has recently de- 1011, tho board fee for prisoners clared a dividend of 10. per cent., will be increased from fifty cents notwithstanding the high prices por day to seventy-fivcentR per paid this year for tho raw tobac- day. This law was pussed by the co. Tobacco seems to be a groat Legislature lust winter, but could source of profit to nil who bundle it, except the ones who smoke it not bocomo elective until offer the present term of ollice of the and chew it. jailors expired. Tho liicreusod If every citizen of Powell conn, cost of food products and the ty could only see that good roads poor business of tho jailers in (lowould (loublp. their land in value wo hpllevo'Ve'voiiHl-llifV'better cal option counties is the cause for the new law beiuu enacted. row's i.i the county. " " Cincinnati Enquirer 1. 10 If Dave White has moved io a 1 n point near the railroad' and will ' work there. Mrs. Marion McKinney. and children, of Lexington, aro visiting relatives hero., Miss Leila Christopher return--e- d Saturday from a visit to rela' tives at Lexington. H. F. Christopher bought twelve head of coining yearling cattle for $17.50 per head. Circuit Cu,urt is in session at Irvine this week. Moses McKinney is serving as one .of the ju, The Largest rtazazihe In the World. Today's Magazine is'the largett and best edited magazine published .at 50o per year. I rors. Mrs. Sallie Rogers and little Five cents per conv at all newsdealers. Every lady who appreciates a good mags-idn- e should send for a free sample copy and premium catalog. Address, Today's Magazine, Canton, Ohio. USE HOPE Hr" MILLS Good Bread and Butter is the haqkbnne of the iwitioh arid makes thf best food fur Hiildren For a.--well ns for their parent- 'cshiMrenV lunch bnsktt as well the as t!li nt of the nieohu niu. there in - n he-in- tr nothing more palatable than Jthe liglit, white delicious and nutritious bread made from the Peurl tlour. 'LESTER-BRYAN- were-serve- d. - . n the plans of the .Ooq. J, V. Newman ,to, the boy carry 'and they 1 will havp erected, hi own memorial. At the funeral of Lester Bcyant a few days after lib. tragic death at outlined his Washington, plan to. a. few cjose ribrids, The plan .was so unique .mid, so easy of handling that, it was soon after decided .upon. Mr. Newmnn luis bought .Lester Bryant's crop of flue Kentucky tested, Boone County White seed corn- from the boy's father and had Dr. Mutchler. tlw government export In charge of the Boys' Corn club movement.- pick out fifty bushels of extra seed corn. This carefully selected stock seed corn will bo onered for sale as. tho Lester Bryant Strain of Boone County White. It will be sold at $1 per ear. All the money realized from the sale of this remarkable corn will be placed In bank at Frankfort to the credit of the Le's- are-.sur-- Made by J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, Ky. Figures That Talk Farmers, Merchants, Timbermen, and all those who .want a place of "safety for their money: This is a expense Account. Rent Preparation of land. Planting Manure Seed 5.00 3.50 5 4.37 3.90 2.00 National Bank, established . in 1 889 and has been doing business continuously since that time. of size or location; see It is as safe as any bank regardless our Statement. We have $25,000.00 in First inveftcd in Fertilizer Cultivation . Gathering ,j ................... United States Government Bonds; $25,000.00 invesled Bonds on Railroads, Mortgage besides over $60,000.00 of loans to our customers, Send us your deposits and feel .se- .every dollar of which is perfectly safe. cure in its g. $19.02 Total coit 148 but. and'65 Ibi. at 60c. 89.20 Profit .;70.18 ter Bryant memorial fund. As thero will probably bu at lij'nat' 3,0pv ears In the tlfty bushels of com, a magnificent tr umiincut Is sure to rise lu the Bowl-lu- g Green cemetery, where the boy Is burled. All orders for the corn should be sent direct to Mr. New man's Krunkfort ollice. , The corn will bo sipKHt to those ordering from Bowling Qrcpn. Kentucky' Boy' Corn Club. Tho Boys' Corn club moveiuent la only two yoars old In this state, and yet big things have becu accomplished. The Corn club boys, soreral thousand of them, are enthusiastic; but better than enthusiasm are tho results that have conio from thq work. When tho stato champions met in Washing!"!) this winter with the ex. pert who 'had eharKq3of' the 'work OL Clay .'. City National Bank, CLAY CITY. KENTUCKY. e Capital Stock, Surplus and Profits, Shareholders Liability, - - $25,000.00 $6,000.00 $25,000.00 V ; i Bt. e THE A HO.MK-MADE TIMES. PAP15H. MARCH C, The Kentucky Game Commission reports receipts from sale of license's and fines for violating the game laws of 125.80. Only ir(!,0." I. '") of this amount has been spent. It. is good to have one THURSDAY; 101 3. thing in the Slate that Shothers Cought. George Smothers, the one re ntqiuing escaped negro murderer of Marshal A. T. Pel tit, was cap. hired at Lexington Monday by detectives in that city, and was is self- - brought Tuesday to Winchester for safe-keeping. IjQOA l brevities. The Cause of Rheumatism See us fur your shoe wants. Mrs. J. W. Williams. .la in 08 Harrison, of Illinois, is visiting, relatives in this and Oliirk county. Mrs. B. F. Berry, of Argylc, spoilt hist week with her niece, Mrs. E. B. McGIono. R. W. ;;il Rose, Gerrett bought of Vir one mare 5 years old and lfii hands high for $150. Elijah Martin, of near Lexington, visited bis mother on .Snow Creek Saturday and Sun- day. Mrs. Clark Mize and son, Otis, of Quicksand, visited relatives in tins city a few days this week. Stomach trouble, lazy liver and deranged kidneys are the ouubo of rheumatism. Get your stomach, liver, kidneys and bowels in healthy condition by taking Electric and you will not be troubled with the pains of rheumatism. Charles B Allen, a school principal, of Sylvanib, Ga., who suffered indescribable torture from rheumatism, liver and stomach trouble and diseased kidneys, writes: "All remedies failed until I used Electric Bitters, but four bottles of this wonderful remedy cured me Maybe your rheumatic pains come from stomach, liver and Elpctrio Bitters kidney troubles. will give you prompt relief. 50c and $1 00. Recommended by all dealers. Adv. Bit-turn, com-p'etely- ." Best Known Cough Remedy For forty-thre- e years Dr. King's New Discovery has been known throughout the world as the most reliable cough remedy. Over three million bottles were used Inst year. Isn't this proof? Tt will get rid of Old newspapers for sale at this your cough, or we will refund your money. J. J, Owens, of Allendale office. S. C, writes the way hundreds of others have done: "After twenty years. I find that Dr. King's Mew Discovery is the beet remedy for coughs and colds that I have ever in used." For coughs or colds and a'l throat and lung troubles, it has no equal. 50c and $1 00 at all dealers. Adv. Tri-Wet Agents Wanted. Agents wanted to take for the Atlanta, Oh. Valuable Constitution. premiums for subscribers, liberal commiesioiiH and cash prizes "for agents. You can make money fust in small towns or along any Rural Route. Some agents make t. good living. Others make $15.00 or 20.00 a month on the side, soliciting subscriptions. Adrese for particulars : kly Constitution, Atlanta, Ga. Tir-Week- Trees! Trees! Trees! Fruit and Ornamental Strawberries, Shrubs, Hedging, As paragus, Rhubarb, Grapes, Roses, Peonies, Phlox, etc. Every thine for Orchard, Lawn and Garden. NO AGENTS FREE CATALOG H.F. Hillenmeyer&Sons Lexington, Ky. When Need of Brooms to Make? Bring on your broom corn and let me tio it up into nice brooms at 11c Builder's Hardware, Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles, Buck-lenIrvine is to have a large new quickly and permanently to Arnica Salve, and nothing is saw mill and planing mill to be built by the Southern Mill and better for burns or bruises. Soothes and heals. John Deye, of Gladwin, Boom Company. BOCDBrS&EECS SUCCEED! Mich., says, after sulfering twelve SPECIAL OFFER: W( Mrs. Geo. W. Anderson, Jr., years with skin ailment and spend t fcalU Natr Batfitw. AtrUIvrUl Wi '.V TV make joa our permanent cuttomer. and children, of Mt. Sterling, are ing 8400 in doctors' bills, Buck-len- f Prize; ColtatlPB lHHfSSifilrf ttw nmatiTaria.f anltndldi .visiting Mrs. Anderson's parents, Arnica Salve cured him. It Uea;19 lprtraMW fcaiu ! ruietlti In til. 's Best tor Skin Diseases tory near Powell's Valley church. Nearly every skin disease yields S. It Curtis. each and furnish everything. Fac- Use Eds & fT W Write MVAIUJIiEUI to-d- ay Cooking or Heating Go to or Write Stoves, 's Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Wilson. Mrs. M. McKinney and chil- will h'.lp you. Only 25c. Recom mended by all dealers. Adv. t Mention this Ptper. 'JU rLCAB. Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, dren, of Lexington, and Miss Leila Christopher, of Spout Spring, spent Saturday night and Sunday with relatives in the city. SEND 10 CENTS i The National Park Bank, of a to amr W aaa rlll M mc.It. Ula Talaatl fi mtactioa Scaaa iwmM, tornbar with mj n i BaaatlM a 4 Maat U.k, Ji New York, was awarded a ver JA UitnMtf ra. taBtubtl.aolSU,rU!iU, ate M M talk ll Orel dict of $750,000 against the Lou isville & Nashville ruilroad, incident to the failure of the Knight Winchester, - Ky. Une of the largest crowds in Yancy Cotton Company. history attended the inauguraAre You Constiputed? tion of President Wood row WilIf so, get a box of Ur. King's Thomas New Life Pilln, take them regularly son and R. Marshall at Washington and your trouble will quickly dis Tuesday. appear. They will stimulate the liver, improve jour digestion and negro laborer A working on a farm in Woodford get rid of all the poison from your 1 hey will surely get you county, attacked the wife of his svsiem. well again. 25c at all dealers. employer, knocked her unconVice-Preside- SHIPP'S quick-reli- ef Liniment. are This is the Hutment the people talking about. Ac'v. scious, and when an aunt ed, beat her to death, pet fire to Increased Attendance. An increase of 00 per cent in the house, and escaped to Lexington where he whs Intel attendance in the schools of Montgomery, Bath, Powell and uppr BUTTERICKL FASHIONS Carter counties is the report made to the Department of Education by V. O. Gilbert and Marion Pogue, rural school sup ervisors, who have concluded an inspection of those counties. flillikan Business Schojl, LEXINGTON, KY. This large increase is due to the workings of the compulsory schoul law, the rnral school sup BOOKKEEPING, SHORTHAND, ervision and the general interest TYPEWRITING. winch has been manifested in the schools. Mt. Sterling Ga This school has turned out hun zette. dreds of men and women who State of Ohio, City of Toledo, ; are successes. It will make Lucas County. ) a success of you. Prank J. Cheney makes oath of the firm that he is senior partner of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing bus iness in the City of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of One Hun dred Dollars for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh FRANK. I. CHENEY. Cure. Sworn to before me and subscrib ed in my presence, this Gth day of December, A. D. 188G. A. W. Gleaeon, (Seal.) Notary Public. Hull's Catarrh Cure ie taken in ternally, and ucta directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system, bend for testimonials free. F. J. CHENEY it CO. Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists, ?5e. Take Hull's Family Pills foi constipation. Adv. It is the most wonderful remedy for relieving pain I have ever used. Capt. Anderson Berry, Lexington, Ky. I used this liniment and the nain nnd soreness disappeared like magic Jailer W. T. Bsllenger, Lexington, Ky. For relieving aches and pains this liniment beats anythingl ever.saw. J. H. Letton, Lexington, Ky. It is the only remedy I have found that has given mo any relief since I was paralized four years ago Mrs. Susan Welborn, Newburg, Ind. If it fails to relieve any pain in nny part of the body in fifteen minutes, ask for your money back. SOLD BY ALL LEADING DRUGGISTS. HARDWIRE & COMPANY. Cut Prices We are cutting the prices on Winter Goods to an extent that will iuterest you who arelookihg for the place where you can get the most for your money. Write for Catalogue. isaOTfaitaSpsaSWlKCf 1913 - wcmctNTj Just Out "Butterick Fashions" Illuttrating Spring's Newest Stylet smart, prac- -t tiui! tyring it) l I ! Ovtr 2,000 (liit'ntct illustrations! An absolutely complete assortment of dcsins for everything for family wear. A superb issue I Stop that Achelii Any ache or pain in any part of the can be relieved with Shipp's Quick Belief Liniment, f 100 reward If it fulls and the purchase price is not refunded. Try it and see. 50c At All Druggists. body The lines that are making the heaviest cuts on areMen's, Hoys' and Youths' Clothing, in Suits, Odd Pants and Overcoats, Men's & Boys' Hats & Caps, Ladies', Misses, Men's and Boys' Sweaters, "Queen Quality" Shoes for Women, Outing Cloths, Dress Goods iu both wool and cotton, Ladies' Underwear, and Misses' Neckwear. If you are needing a Sewing Machine, hero is your chance. "Standard" brand Drop Head Machino, regular price, $35.00 for22.50; "Paragon" brand Drop Head Machine, regular price, 830.00, for $18.00. S1T.R 6C0 nnv, i MONEY'sM We tell tou how. and oavbest market We are dealera; eatabllahed firicea. aud can do BKTTKR you Any Butterick Pattern FREE WITH EVERY Cutt at C0PY-2B- (P til patan clr far man azruia or commiuion merchant!, Itetereuceaany bank In Write for weekly price Hat e. mnj lay a M. SABEL AM Dtaitrt in run, miuej, wuou t Nirtit St. V SONS lOUISHUE, IT. Hardwick & Co., Stanton. firs. J. W. Williams. J NEW ERA FARMER. from Experience R.ther th.n Edited by one who Hold the Plow Handle, and Write nr or Theory. AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION. Make the Honw drchard Produce This Year. Hear- - . Two-third.- Should Not Change Crops. Tho various fiutn instructors of Kentucky are to devote their attention to the growing of corn. in view of the remarkable yields inndo by the boy corn growers last year. This should not. be the case. Corn is harder on the "round than any crop grown. What the farmers of Kentucky need is to know best how to grow crops that tend to make their laud better and at the saint' Mine yield fair returns for the labor spent. If this is done the princiy pal crop will not be corn, in this part of thf Mate. Rich bottom land is well adapted to corn growing, and there every farm a few spots iln viil rii l"n one bear cultivation in ruue a time, tml hi year ui 'spe-ciall- disposition of horses is certainly ! incapable of trainingthem. of the horses that have been called vicious can be managed 'improper treatment, says a contrib utor to Farm and Home If. is lind nnlicv to train n c 'It unless he is in' the best of spirits TheTirain will be more active therefore the 'disposition easi to control. On the other hand, if vou train a colt while he is thin in flesh, in poor spitits and on light food, as some men do, he will not take notice of objects, and when on good feed later, lit? Have them i;. not well trained. n f:ood spirits, give plentv of nit use less whip mures benefit the soil elements and t: byad-neinical The problem of what to .do with tho apple orchard in order to make it produce' good fruit is an imnortnnt one. Everywhere-oncan find orchards that have pro duced good fruit during the past seasons, but owing to neglect and advancitm age, they have fallen into the habit of bearing only in seasons at which time every tree is full of fruit. Anyone who has an orchard of this kind should be anxious to know what steps may betaken to make the trees return a crop of fruit regularly. One of the chief difficulties in earing for the home orchard in ti.e spraying. Fairly good inw may wash is made as follows: Twenty pounds of lump ime is slacked to a creamy mix ture and fifteen pounds of Mil- phur added. To this should ie added fifteen gallons of water. Boil for one hour, stirring fie- qtiently. At the eiid of the cook- ins: process the mixture ehduld be amber in color. 'Add water enough to make iifty gallons and apply at once. .1. TI. Diirniodv. Lime-siilnh- Generally thinks ho is one of few genially turns out to tho chosen many. bo ono of tho disappointed Farm Drain Tile Make Your NVct Land Productive. v t the use of drain tile ynu car. ttirn thai low, wet, us less, swam-pfield into the most productive od tile, spot on y.our fnnu. properly placed, not only' tarries oil Assistant Horticulturist, surplus water, it admits Ir to Hn Kentucky Experiment Station. unii unci mnkes it chhv "to work. ' It linprtives any soil, the increaw in Hie value ot the lanu is um 1 tin - the cost of the tile The fiv,t ye 's crop from tiled land pay will Imnnlilln nnv nprson haviiic anv the wwrk Any bodv can kind of pain or ache ir Shlpp'e (iuick fm it. Hssfully. Write for partici!- i. Kelief Liniment fails to give instant n at on i plant. lief nnd the purehnse price Is not re .. a. $ 00 Reward! m t ry it. 1 -- 11 ruiMieo lip unai set". rn - m A t often vation. sup-- . ;in hirther urieiif "t ,m luiu-i-luisi.i- he. Kentucky, in on pinlio.lile henerupti - with organic matter, in Tli ."same matter bv decoinpns-- i ;a r i li.-- ,ire If a. iere i of corn and it shouln ie Among such crops are al red clover and soy beans, v the land will grow these, ai the land is too thin to grow crops, then plant cow pe vet beans and have n u an everv lime if we rota properly with oats wli-- a rye. Let us get wi on ill of crops to grow to III) laud as well as we money Many valuable ed by improper ! ! if hese lem id it d tl.e ..i e meat in truiim. iiicapm A soil defi- has lost its pow-e- r nimus to retuin water for the crow ing crop according to a Farm and Home contributor. Orcanic matter can be added to the soil by growing and plowing under green crops, but this inel hod adds but little new chem-cimaterial. On the other hand, when ariners attempt to keep up fertility by applying commercial fertilizers alone the soil will eventually become depleted of ..linn. This makes necessary tie i i pmg of stock and saviiu l nerly applying tho ma ins humus. al without culti Pruning is not such difficult operation and there is a wide range of tune in which this otieration can be performed. With spraying it is ditlerent, however, and in tinier to net the best results the spray materia should be applied at the proper time. If San Jose scale is present in the orchard the first- spraying should be applied.during he dor mailt season, preferably as late us possible before the buds start to swell. Fur this spiayins use I Red Ri ver Brick & Tile Company, STANTON, KKNTUCKY- Constipation "For many years 1 was troubled, In spite of all so called remedies Iused. At last Ifound quick relief and cure in those mild, yet thorough and really wonuertui - DR. KING'S Tronii. r ottAhj fin- - NewLifePills Adolph Schlnseclc, 28 CENTS PER BOTTLE Buffalo. N.Y. AT e. Irnci i I MPORTr I for ALL DRUGGISTS. I patent 1Vhll. it i.v 8nd 1 rnt on MOW TO si - u. ? oys' Corn Club Boys Are Getting sy Testing Their Seed Corn sct-- be used, to winch three pounds ofllead arsenate. The Bordeaux will serve to keep n the fungus desea'se in check. i. " From four to six weeks later Many or the hoys in the boys' corn clubs have learned their lesson and a third aud a 'fourth spraying n. e litis these winter days. Some of them are prize winners of other have shut their teeth hard aud are going to may be necessary. in order to pro- others are the fellows that try uBuln. Uoth kluds are going to test their com so that there will be no tect the mm. irom uiiiei chance of a stand that will have to be replanted. hlack rot.sonty blotch, cuil- The boys are using old boxes that can bo cut down to the required slzo or scab, they are making boxes from any old lumber that Is lying about the farm to rinn moth etc. lor these spray use for their testing boxes. Nothing fluo or especially good looking Is ings use dilute Bordeauxjnix- Just a shallow box about 10 by 15 inches Is all that is needed to test to which should uo uuueti from 100 to 150 ears of corn. These boxes can bo made and the corn tested lure, while there is no danger of its getting in the way of any of the spring the arsenate of lead. now. tush work. In this work one should always The nails which are driven into the edge of the box nro an Inch apart, so directions. Each square Inch know just what he is spraying that string may lie drawn across from both for. In general, all leaf and fruit eatim: iusects, such as slugs, cat erpillars, beetles, codling moth, etc., ure controlled by Paris green or arsenate of lead when the insects lirst tippour, Scale insects, such. us oyster shell scale, San Joso scale and scurfy bark louse, are controlled by using some .one of the contact sprays, such as kerosene enul-sion- , tir litno sulphur solution, in spline before the buds open. the IT. Spraying is not the only operSritOUTKI) SHHI) COUN. ation that is necessary to make i.iillliH'd by the strings Is enough space In which to plant six grains of corn, pmlitable. It is but nnd Unit Is enough to determine whether an ear of corn will do for seed or not. an orchard selecting tho grains from each car of corn thai Is in be tested remember mix fit- the links iu the chain of In ti v 1 i I ' a in the years that have passed ami saved themselves any.atnount of mill bother nnd loss of time nnd money. Last season a number of the In thf clulis used shelled seed corn thnt was bought or furnished them a rued to their sorrow that It was poor seed. Their stand of corn was ulilf. aud at the very outset of the contest their chauces for a prize was dm odd 'that moro codling moth, ''the insect that causes woriny'rmt ana causes the young apphjjufall off. Bormay or dilute farmers and their sons havo not done seed deaux add two or liine-sulphi- tr wash. This lJ rung ......... niav lie prepared, at home or it K DIVIUKU IMiOFITM. liOO.OOl ,i may be pun based from various manufacturing companies. 5 '.i HIK The next important spraying P WlNCMKSTliK UaNK. should be given just atter the OF WlNCIIHTKK. KV. petals fall, and .before the cal,x i enp closes.- It is given ai tins g N.1IOI.I.V WlTlIKIIHI'OON. 1'IO.K. time so as to gtiard against the 11 A A lime-sulph- . du mniTAI. U'lYiniv. ' - KIIMUIOU ATrl 303 Seventh Si .sw ..... u MM- Will Ur ami O ira, im mole H shlnpton, D.C.J IS nprand i tl.f .a. Curs PlMte .Our - V. K. Hl'lIAK, OAMIIHIIi. CK s t S TOUK ACOOtJNTH SOI.IOI t tt. 00 Par r l lf. rri... 1 J.r. -- I ft t(.rllert . Karl; 1 1 ItTrlt !( Write fcxlai pftekiof an with McCalFs Magaxiue (tar OKI'. 1313 and McCall Patterns For Women Hvo Moro Friend than any other magazine or patterns. i";-i- ui is the reliable Fashion Guide monthly in oao million one hundred thousand hom.s. Besides showing all the latest designs of McCall Patterns, each issue is brimful of sparkling !.ho.t stories and helpful information for women. OVER 6K YEARS' EXPERIENCE sea-sun- s; ii, ueces-sur- tub. Mon.r nJ K.p In StU byCot$ S tcrtbiur tor McCaU'i Majaiine t once. one oi only so cents a year, includinr any the celebrated McCill Pattern Iret. other In llyle. McCall Pattenu Lacl all olil. til. riniulicliy, ecunomy and number More dealer Mil McCall Pattern than ny other two make tomUned. None hlher than cent, liar f rum your dealer, or by mail Irom COIVRIOHTS AC aendlni a koleh and decrlptlnn may aitlciay aacorulu our opinion free whether an li Vniitlon I probably patentable. Conimnnlm. rtrntRNS IUm..trlcllynUd.ntlal. HANDBOOK one tree, uiin irroaiirMumVi Co7rec.le tpeclol futU4. without cnart e, m mo A bandiomefy yoiu-- t Scientific America.. lllntrated wooklr. Jjireeet of any eclenllOa Jourua . Tenn. four month, Ih Bold byall neirdealorj. McCALL'S MAGAZINE 23G-24- tf ..' 6 VV. row. 37tn St., New York City MUNN &Co.36,B'Md-'NewY- ork I" "''l-- o '"" 'H Jlraidlt oaceT&S V SU Waablngton. Ii.C. Don't Suffer! " I had been troubled, a little, for nearly 7 years," writes Mrs. L. Fincher. In a letter from Peavy, Ala., "but I was not taken down, until March, when I went to bed and had to have a doctor. He did all he could for me, but I got no better. I hurt all over, and I could not rest At last, I tried Cardul, and soon I began to improve. Now I am in very good health, and able to do all my housework." - that a grain hhoulil be taken from each of the dluVmil parts or the car. This. i.r courM- - means running from butt to tip and around the entire ihcumrer-neuAs the six grains selected from the oar ale placed In the moist earth Hand, mark Ihu square and tho ear with the s.une number so you will .ir Know Oili h cms to keep and which to discard. When your testing box looks us fur nitwunvd as the one In the photo It for see.l. If mIx will be in i easy mailer for you to decide which car In tiling, healthy plants come from the six grains p!.inled you have a iierfect ur "I wed corn, if four havo come It Is ipifsilouahle. I.cs thin lour means only hair a stand Ht planting time, and the e.r mt'sl be dls anted. The boy. who are members of the hoys' corn t elulw of Kentucky have made their fathers and their big brother who llnni.-li- I they knew everything stfll a chance to leach Thtvc iilHiut crn growing sit up and take notice. Ihein the value of tho com tesjer, so let ist'h mi l every corn .lull Iwy lest his wed corn this spring. IF THE HOYS WHO. llltKW nSK UtWDKEl) MJSUGI.8 TO THE ACHE THIN'K IT PAYS TO TI "I THKIIt SUED fOHS. HOW AHOUT YOU? k-- ep i mieee)kfiil orchard maiiiiRCliit lit. Pruning nud cultivation ure u.tu important and shouid not be neg lected if one expects to gvlllf Thetiutlit needed forfpnyiig a small orchard should consist f a good brass lined pump with a t I. barrel, twenty live U'C oi nose a, good eight or tHi.fwjt bain' to extension rod, with one or nn re standard iioulvs. 'ijiu vh Je otitllt should not cpsf ninro than twenty or twenty ilVTauV.liir,ui d if cared for it wjllilnst mv al .enrs. A half dayr-- day it the nioi-t- , will sulljcto jpin.v i n rchard of Iroip twenl vtjve to il'i tret's, according o size. c m a beet i exults. Cardui Woman'sTonic You may wonder why Cardul Is so successful, after otiier remedies have failed. The answer is that Cardui is successful, because it is composed of scientific ingredients, that act curatlvcly 0:1 the womanly system. It is a medicine for women, and for women only. It builds, strengthens, and restores weak and ailing women, to health and happiness. If you suffer like Mrs. Fincher did, take Cardui. It will surely do for you, what It did for her. At ail druggists. , Chattanooga Medicine Co., diiuanooca. una, Writt in: U4ic' Advisor r. UtHM. inttntritnii . ana bj.nai'c dook. nomc ircaisicaiiw vruuiciu acmucc. iw IWI JUS W .VH1TE&OO.J AND HIDES IIGHE3T VTocJ prk-Ua- run uaty tuaAflD BIDES. ru&j K&tisr ruu ESTABLI8HCD ComintalxL. VrUeL t mentioning tih e-- i cf Dct-t- 13,"7