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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): March 13, 1913 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1913 cla1913031301_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 13, 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. THJE SI.00 a '4 I CIT 1 .3.' ' TIjVCE S I. E. Murghcr, Publisher. Year In Advanc;. We arc here to help Clay Cijy, the SurroonJiug Country anj Ourselves. voi. xviri. Why Not t CLAY CITY, Rlch-Aloun- tz. K-- THURSDAY, MARCH J3, J9I3. STANTON. Eloisp Vance, the little daughter of Mirgaret Vance was thrown from a horse Tuesday and severely hurt in her nnklt and foot, but at last account was doing well. Mablo Eversole, the little girl who was so seriously burned about three weeks ago, is doing as well as can be expected . She has whooping cough at the same time which makes her suffer very much. NO. Ji ought to be a great advertinenn nt in bringing more student". TIim action of the committee me;ns that students going out from this college will be given credit in any othor co'lege in Kentucky without examination. A college must b doing splendid work to have take this step and w are proud that our college has such a high standard of work and such splendid teachers that it has deserved such recognition. Treat nil Lawbreakers Alike. lie Should lie writer openly vio- Mr. Taulbee Mount., of this Ilar-rinian, late the law in any way lie would "bossed" up before tlm courts niid made to account for it That is rislit. If is just as it should be. No individual orindividu-al- s would have to shoulder any expense in prosecuting us either. That is right too. But what is bothering us is to make the L. & N. railroad observe the law without the people of Powell county having to fee a lawyer, and pay out a lot of unnecessary cost in prosecuting the road. The law says no railroad snail ttuy out a parallel or competing line. The Ji. & N. has violated this law in buying out the L. & E., running through this county and should be amenable to the courts and ofli-cers city, and .Miss Nora Kicli, of Tenn., were married at Mt. Vernon, Rockcastle county, Wednesday, March fth, at the home of a relative of the bride. Immediately after the ceremony they left for the bride's home at IlarriniaTr. The bride is the oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Rich, a former resident of this city mid has many friends and admirers here. The groom is a well respected young man of moral worth. The happy young people have the best wises of their ma- ny menus nore and elsewhere. Death of Airs. VVymore. prosecuted without the attention of the citizens. But if the whose duty it is, fails to enforce this law, then the only resort is for citizens to file a civil action against the road and at their own cost compel them to keep the law. It looks very hard, however, for individuals to be prosecuted by the Commonwealth, und frequently prosecuted for the benefit of the railroads and then when these roads wil- funeral today. fully and openly violate the laws ftovlng Season On. of the Commonwealth the citiThis is the. .moving season and zens have to go to their own to" compel them,, to keep it seems that every v team hafl been pressed into'' service--to-ric the law. commodate the new home seekEnnil, the bright little daugh- ers. It is gratifying to note, ter of Mrs. Hoyt Russell, has a however, that a fewer number of severe attack of pneumonia, hut the good people are moving this season to other states. is thought to be some better. Fu-neral .fi -- Nrs. Cornelia Wyniore, aged 84 years, died at Vinton, Tuesday from old age and grip. services and burial today. Deceased lived in the yard with her daughter, Mrs. J. L. Martin, refusing to live in the house With anyone. She was very hule and hearty until about two weeks ago. Mrs. Martin is her only child. She is a grandmother of Dr. Martin of this city who has been to visit her several times recently and .who will attend the Insurance War Compromised. The insurance war in Kentucky between I he .State Insurance Hoard and thd fire insurance com. panies is over. Concessions have been made. by the Insurance Bo ard and the companies. The mem bers of the State Insurance Board, Ruby LalFoon, N. 0. Gray and In surance Commissioner Clay met in Louisville; with Thomas Bates, of Chicago, representing the in surancc companies and reached a basis of settlement. It is understood that there will be a reduction of 25 in the rates in rural districts, and there will be a saving'fo the property owners of 8150,000, instead of $250,-00which was at first contem plated, lho orders lor the new rates will take eHect March 15. 0, Now Twenty-Eigh- t. Born, March Oth to Mr. and Shredded peavines entirety free Airs. .Louis Mastin, of Walters-ville,- from weeds, and well cared for in son. Lawrence Congle-ton- . No curing, GO cents per bale. better roughness for horses, cttl' t Judge and Mrs. L. F. Mann and sheep. All of them eat it greedspent Monday with Mr. and Mrs. ily 'ind do better on it than anV. G. 1'atrick at Kiinbrell. other common hay. J. E. Burgher. a Baled Hay for Sale. Herald, the the mountains, was twenty-eigh- t years old on inauguration day, having first seen the Hjjht of day the day Grover Cleveland was first inaugurated President. It is but justice that such' a valuable publi cation should be the outcome of any paper so loyal to the good old Democratic party as to cele- bra to the njhc luguration of the party's flrajHu ccessful candidate for t ieEKd ency in twenty- fore, by selecting eight y the' Itsjpttial .appear- ance the same as inaugura-Ma- y tion day. the Herald live to see the inauguration of Democratic Presidents more frequent years in the next twenty-eigh- t than has been its pleasure to see years. in the past twenty-eigh- t oldest paper i The Hazel' Green n "3 i Give them Some Business. We are showing an Elegant Line of FALL AND WINTER GOODS Including Representatives of the SouthJr. at Pilot View. ern Mutual Life Insurance Com- speaks well of our college and pany, of Louisville, are in the city. This company being a state corporation, as well as a substantial surety companv, should receive a good patronage here. If Keutuckians would patronize Kentucky concerns instead of foreign companies, the State would grow wealthier, wiser and And let us show you what a nice line of goods friendlier, and produce less axOur stock of Dry Goods, Notion-- , we carry. es, more public improvements and fatisiied homes, and, upon Groceries, Hardware, Clothing, Shoes and etc. is the whole, a State that would replete with compare more favorably with other progressive states and one that would give us pride to call honiei Assessment Board to begin Work. The Board of Valuation and Assessment will begin the work of assessing franchise taxes for 1018 week after next. John II. Rich, of Covington, again will be the board's legal adviser. The work last year was not started until April, and the investigation, involving trips in other St ites, consumed several months. With the data in hand, it is thought, much less time will bo W. Hardy, of Transyl-vani- a (LAST WKKK.) University of Lexington, News is scarce. preached two fine sermons at the Christian church this place Sunday Mr. Jno. Lyle " was in Irvine The doors arc open to him any Tuesday. time he wishes to come back. G. W. Lyle made a business There has been a number of trip to Irvine Monday. our town and country people on Mrs. Sarah Adams spent Monthe sick list. Measles and whoop- day with Mrs. Geo. Lyle. ing cough are in various places but Miss Lydia Blythe spent Sunno serious cafes reported. Mattie flatton, of Hutton Creek, is hav- day with Misses Marie and Georing her share, with measles, mumps gia Howell. and whooping cough at the same U. E. Newkirk and Frank time. Goodman went to Stanton MonThe Sunday School Convention day on business. of the Christian Church in the Thirteenth District will be held at SPOUT SPRING. Hazel Green from April 4th to fith Mrs. Harmon Hall has been This district is composed of the very sick this week with neuralcounties of Powell, Lee, Wolfe, gia. Breathitt and Estill. It is desired W. J. Christopher and Vernon that every Sunday School of the Christian church in the district Judd are visiting relatives at to liazel Green. A Bloomington, III. - splendid program is being prepared Vernon Christopher left last and some very porminpnt speakers week for Middletovvn, O. where from abroad will be there. A later he will join his brother, Delbert announcement will be made in the Christopher. papers. Miss Leila Christopher went The Kentucky State Committee Saturday to spend a time with of Accredited schools has opned its W. .1. Ohristo-pher- , doors to Stanton College. This her aunt, Mrs. se'ml-delegat- Rev. J. Furnace. Come to Our Store Cloaks and Wraps SS.SSS Ladies' Suits, Millinery, and etc. MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING to I! fit Variety, Style and Quality. THIS COMBINED WITH OUR Low Prices Mako it to your intHrest to give us a good share of you and your pocket book. - I When you want any kind of Merchandise, think of your trade. We strive to please our customors be- SHIMFESSEL'S and give us the opporfunity to please you as yve have been doing for so many years paA with satisfaction both to you and ourselves. cause we knowsatisfied customers are ourbestaesets. required this year. experience we have learned that willful law violators rarelv ever make good oflicers to keep others from violating the From law. Beginning Monday, March 10th, and all during next week we will sell silk at very popular prices. AUo ready made silk waists. Mrs. J. W. Williams. Yours to please, WALDRON & JOHNSON, Everything to Please theCustomer Waltersville, Ky. immmmmmmmwmmwmmm & THE TIMES. rCHLISHEP VKKV TIIDK8DAT. ing when, aa usual, so many persons will bo nn hand wanting to! get their horse fed. O. H. Pollard, whose fnmilv lives in Lexington but who practices law at Jackson, says ho will oppose Judge Hugh Kiddell for the Democratic nomination for Circuit Judge this fall. The Times has several hundred readers in Judge Riddell's district and we feel safo to say there is not a voter of them hut what is for Judge Riddell, and if there is one who is not for him we are going to give them an opportunity to say so. Judge Riddell should be given the nomination without opposition, but as Attorney Pollard, of Lexington, sees cause to oppose him we hope to see this district give Riddell a majority of no less than ufteeu hundred and we believe it will. RURAL TEACHERS BODY OF TRAMPS Dr. Glixton Subscription rates $1 a year or three years in advance 92, We Want to Show You Buggies, Break Carts, Cart Harness, Buggy Harness, Breeching, d Bridles, Trace Chains, Hames, Collars, .when properly fitted are guaranteed not to gall the horse's neck. 01 Wool-face- J. E. burgher, Publisher. Entered as second-claa- s Thursday, - - Siys They Chine mail matter. Districts Too Often. RESULTS IN POOR TEACHING Problem Must Be 8olvad If Real Strong Work le to Be Dona Iri Country Districts Is Hurting Children's Chances. Just a Question or Two. In a recent addresu at Louisville, Ky., Dr. P. P. Claxton, commissioner of education for the United States, stated that the rural teachers constituted the greatest body of tramps known. Over 60 per cent of them move to a now district each school year. Don't take Dr. Claxton's word for It Think of all the rural districts you know and see how close his. assertion comes to fitting your own aud your neighbor's situation on the teacher question. The main reason for so much poor teaching In the country districts is that the teacher docs not stay long enough in any one locality to know either the children or their parents. If It Is as difficult as It is 'for you to manage your child after having It with you every day during Its whole life, how can the average teacher "do even creditable work when she absolutely does not know your children? She merely has got a nodding acquaintance with them; she Can call them by name. This is every man's problem as well as the teacher's problem. It must be solved If we are to have real strong work done. .What will you do with.it? It is what Is hurting your'child's chance for an education that is worth while. GET BUSY. , March 13, 1913. Our line his Inaugural Address the large crowd in the Bast Front ef the ANNOUNCEMENT. Capitol yelled for a speech from For Assessor. William J. Bryan, the new SecreWe are authorized to announce S. A Knster as candidate for Assessor of tary, of State and President WilPowell counts, subject .to the notion of son's closest and most intimate ad tho Democratic primary election in visor. Calls for Bryan, Bryan. August. CLUB RATES. For the convenience of our subscribers, we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned: The Times and Courier-Journ$1.00 " Cincinnati Enquirer 1.10 90 " Louisville Herald Home and Farm 75 1.00 " Inland Farmer " American Farmer 90 " Southern Agriculturist 75 al After President Wilson finished In order to show you, we will allow you a discount of 10 per cent, of your purchase to cover your 'railroad fare, on or before March 24th, 1913, Monday Circuit Court begins at Stanton. There is one thing the Times is specially interested in'.'tliat is the enforcement of the law as it is intended to apply to the sale of liquor in local option. territory. The court can do but little, however, without the cooperation of the citizens and the juries selected. It is a violation of law to bring any quantity of liquor into Powell county for a friend or any one else. It is al so, a violation of law to bring for your own use more than one gal lon of liquor at a time. This law apparently is being' daily violat ed, and so farj nobody has paid a line for .violating it. There are a few cases pending on appeal from our city courts that evi dently will be settled at this term of court. The temperance element of this county are grow They demand ing impatient. that the laws be enforced. Law abiding citizens rarely ever can iiidict any one because they al ways are in moral places attend ing to their business and never see such violators of the law, but they do see drunken men, they hear of boys getting liquor, and occasionllv see them(drunk We have opeu evidence of the law Bryan, were very loud and earneet and it was such u presistent demand that it required several wavings of the hand oefore Mr. Bryan could silence the crowd without making a a speech. There is no doubt however, that Mr Bryan has the Presidential bee buzzing in his bonnet us lively as it ever was and if he does not get the nomination in 1916 he figures on doing so in 1920 when he will still be only sixty years old and probably fat, healthy active and umbitious. SCOTT & LOWRY, 27 Lexington Ave. WINCHESTER, KY, being violated. Another important law that should be enforced is the sale of cigarettes to boys. We don't know how they get them, but we see small boys every day puffiing away at these deadly agencies. Jut The Democrats will at once takt-u- L ib.youu scHopraepiug as, up the subject of Tariff Legislation XU UATti AH XUUK.fNJSW DAIRY as soon as the new Congress is as BARN? sembled in its extra session on or IS THE ASINTERIOR ;QJFt4XOTJIJ8CHOOL fatODBKN r Al TtfATabout April 1st. The country is so .NEW SILO? ft t busy and prosperous it is not ex" IS YOUH TEACHER AS COMPE pected that business will pay much TENT AS THAT TRAINER FOR t YOUR COLTS? attention to the larilf as there is IS THE dCHOOL AS. WELL PAINTscarcely any important industry in ED AS YOUR CHURCH? r IS THE WATER the country but what can thrive AS CONVENIENT AT THE SCHOOL AND, AS GOOD and prosper without the aid of a AS IT IS FOR THOSE YOUNG protective tariff The question of STEERS? IS AS currency will also receive due at- THE THE SCHOOLYARD AS BIGEXPASTURE WHERE YOU tention and President Wilson and ERCISE YOUR COLTS? IS THE STOVE IN THE SCHOOL his advisors will outline a program of Financial Reform for Congress AS MODERN AS YOUR WIFE'S GASOLINE RANGE? to enact that will put our finances on a more scientific basis, so tl a Aim high in your farm work. Shoot the currency can expand when the at the moon If you wish. Of course you will not hit the moon, but tho needs of business requite it. chances are that you will scatter a lot of bird shot somewhere along the sky The papers that told us ten line. Colonel Henry Exall. Texas Indays ago that there had been a dustrial Congress. split between feryan and Wilson, Do and that Bryan would not be in Queer We Think For Ourselves? bow many things In our life the new president's cabinet, are are Inherited from the past and are now telling us that Bryan is the accepted without a thought. We are whole thing and that ho is virtu- afraid of storms, the dark and a thoually President. Funny are the. sand and one other things because our ancestors, who knew nothing of scipapers that be. a.Quaattoii'w Two. JV- i rt ' Figures That Talk Farmers, Merchants, Timbermen ' , , 'arid all those iwho 'want for their money: -- a place orsafety 1 This is. a National Bank, established in 889 and has been doing business continuously since that time. It is as safe as any bank regardless 1 of size or location; see our statement. We have $25,000.00 invested in United States Government Bonds; $25,000.00 invested in First Mortgage Bonds on Railroads, besides over $60,000.00 of loans to our customers, every dollar of which cure in its g. is perfectly safe. Send us your deposits and feel se- " Clay Cityv National Kentucky: Bank, 'clay city, draw down on tho boys and allow no claim except where the county gets full value, it will bo The greatest task now up to our court is to put a stop to these innocent hold-upIt is a big job, we know, but it must be done. It is hard to turn down a good fiiend and n good citizen who yet does not realize that the county government is intended to render servico to tho people instead of the people rendering service to the county government aud their friends. Wo are not kicking, while we write this, but put it in print to stimulate some of our good Magistrates to sav no itt the coining Fiscal court meet- dif-leren- One reason Powell county can aflord no better roads is there are too many individual chums to take care of. Manv of these claims are of a questionable character but from their general appearance they peem allowable. If the Fiscal court could juht cance. Had there have been as ugly conduct in Breathitt county as there was in Washington, the day of inauguration, it would have created nation-wid- e ceusure for tho mountain people, but as it occurred at tho nation's capital it was a happening of no signifi. "Knowledge is Power", "Igno ence, feared them. We went to school and did our tasks In the good old fashioned way be- t. rance is Bliss", nae two old max ims, but most people prefer tfie latter when tho band wagon is on s. that track. One advantage of not being a John D. Rockefeller is that you can give away your money without an act of Congress. In Mexico they don't waste much time considering what they will do with Modern woman wants to stand her rights in every place but a street car. up for cause that was the way our parents got their education. In thousands of schools scattered all over this enlightened country we. are Inflicting the same thing upon our children because of our habit of thought Isn't It time for us to begin to view' the child as something more than a receptacle for the three It's? Isn't school something bigger and better than we are trying to make the averago country school? Doesn't real, pulsing life demand more, luUnitely more, than it did 100 years ago? Doesn't life exist In tho He) da where crops are growing? Doesn't a problem exist except between the covers of a book? Is the geography of Africa as vital or as fulj of meuulug as the brook that tumbles over rocks and mossy roots 100 yards from tho schoolbouso door? Does any one really believe that the jock step studies without a break, mean an education In Its best and broadest sense? No problem Is solved In this little chat. Only a few questions are asked that most of us grownups don't think about. Put yourself In. your child's place for a moment and see If your school building, the studies and the viewpoint are in step with. all tho ad vances that the world has, vado Its the life. other activities of our-vaf- Capital Stock, n Surplus and Profits, Shareholders' Liability, --- $25,000.00 $6,000.00 $25,000.00 0 MILLS floi; Good Bread and Butter the luck.bone of the tuition titnl inukes the liet fmiil fur dillilivn as well its for llinlr iuieti(. IVr tlic children V Itu cli laskct iih well as thut of tlx nieoh i nii. there is is nothing more iiiljttiille s ilitin . llit light, white (ldli-loiimill unit ltion brmtl niiidti from tin IN ml tlni-- Souud timber in that Cabinet. Made by J. ANDREW CAIN,. Versailles, Ky. IF 1111- PI A Im TliVfPN 11 JLO ll ln,,r,l''l IIOMK-MA- DK PAPER. MAHCII V., THURSDAY, I'll ;$ LOCAL BRKVITFER. .Mrs. See us for vour shoe wants. J. V. Williams o I'rns liave set up their note that spring aiiiiDiiiict'iiient lime. W. E. Hell in, of Clark county wns here the las' of the week on business. Miss Olgn Tracy visited rein tives anil friends at Winchester lust- week. Mrs. win. Ware is at. a very low Ht.ifie and not expected t lajt much longer. Mrs. D. B. Bradley has return ed to he r home at Williamsburg. after u two weeks stay with her sister, Mrs. A. T. Pettit. There will be services at th Presbyterian church Sunday The Cause of Rheumatism morning and at night. All most Stomach trouble, Jazy liver and cordially invited to be present. deranged kidneys are the cause of In pursuance of a policy of rig rheumatism. Gei your stomach id economy on account of the de liver, kidneys and bowels in healthy pleted condition of the btate condition by taking Electric Bit Treasury, Commissioner of Agri ters. and you will not be troubled prosperity wave is An exchange, failing to indu'c Rolireczy ns we like. the merchants of his town to ad 'Send iii vmi r suhscriotioii an vcrlisc in his space, has gone to help to lilow us iiliuii. accepting liquor ads to get a lit Best for Skin Diseases tlo living expenses. It is n shame every nkin disence yields on these merchants. The money quickly and permanently to Huek that goes to buy this liquor can leii Arnica Salve, and mulling I not buy goods. better for burns or bruises. Soothes Best Knows Cough Remedy and heals. John Deye, of Gladwin e For year Dr. King's Mich., sajs, after suffering twelve New Discovery has been known yea in with skin ailment and spend throughout the world as the most ing 8400 in doctor bills, Buck len'ri Arnicu Salve cured him. It reliable cough remedv. Over three will h'.lp you. Only 25c. Recom million bottles were used last year. Isn't thia proof? Tt will get rid of mended by all dealers. Adv. your cough, or we will refund your Women's Wearing Apparel. money. J. J, Owens, of Allendale As a matter of fact the women S. C, writes the way hundreds of do not regard the opinions of the others have done: "After twenty men very seriously when it comes years. I find that Dr. King's Mew to the matter of feminine attire Discovery is the best remedy for The men may issue one decree coughs and colds that I have ever after another and prnfest all they used." For coughs or colds and please and make all sorts of sar a'l throat and lung troubles, it has castic remarks about what wo no equal. 50c and (1 00 at ul men wear or the way they dress dealers. Adv, meir nair, nut the women go Brooms to Make? right on wearing the most hide Bring on yoar broom corn and let oub things and piling the jute h'iir on their heads in utter con me tie it up into nice brooms at 11c each and furnish everything. Fac r lempr. lor wiint tlie men say nr women are suen perverse tory near Powell's Valley church. S. R Curtis. things. forty-thre. a Tliu Wilson Agents Wanted. Agents wanted to take subscriptions for the Atlanta, Ga. Constitution. Valuable premiums for subscribers, liberal comminsions and cash prizes for agents. You can make money fast in small towns or along any Rural Route. Some agerjts make t. good living. Others make 15.00 or 20.00 a month on the side, soliciting subscriptions. Adress for particulars : Constitution, Atlanta, Ga. Tir-WeekTri-Week- ly Trees! Trees! Trees! Fruit and Ornamental Strawberries, Shrubs, Hedging, As paragus, Rhubarb, drapes, Roses, Peonies, Phlox, etc. Bvtrything (or Orchard, Lawn andOtrden. NO AGENTS FREE CATALOO H. F. Hillenmeyer & Sons Lexington, Ky. Old newspapers for sale oP.ice. at this When in Need of Builder's Hardware, Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles, ScJuetiBk eMkW SEEDS MNBYS SEESS SUCCEED! Cooking 'E3 or Heating Go to or Write Stoves, 3 HIIMYOU Our rBrmnMIt rti.rnm.F- itoMM FECIAL OFFE Bow Baalnri. A trial - will culture J. W. Newman has an nnunced that no agricultural train will. tour the State this year. Judge Mann will preaeh at Spout Spring Saturday night, at Jackson's Chapel Sunday morn ing and at the Methodist church in this city Sunday night. He has announced for his subject Sunday' uight, "The Destruction of Jerusalem." Are You Constipated? box of Dr. King's New Life Pills, take them regularly and your trouble will quickly dis 'ippear. They will stimulate the If sa, get WUUUUI TV FLEABE. the pains of rheumatism. Write mention thlt Paper. Charles B Allen, a school princi pal, of Sylvaniw. Oa., who suffered SEND IO CENTS u urn mini 4 mHiiiUHMi. tu indescribable torture from rheuma .5. t l'lant B.lt. JL tism, liver and stomach trouble and 3 iuemi SHUT ELZ ngooiD,ju. diseased kidneys, writes : "All rem edies failed until I used Electric Bitters, but four bottles of this HaSBBBlBBBBBWaBBBBBBlBBkXiaBa wonderful remedy cured me com pletely." tMabyour rheumatic pains come from stcmacb, liver and SHIPBrs, QUICK- kidney troubles RELIEF LINIMENT. Electric Bitters will give you prompt relief. 50c This is tlie Ualneat the oeonlo ara talklag about. and $1 00. Recommended by all It is the most wonriprfnl dealers. Adv. relieving pain I have ever with to-da- y; Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, mm ni Winchester, - Ky. The Daniel Case. Attorney H. H. Moore is in Stanton this week attending the liver, improve jour digestion and get rid of all the poisons from your Powell, quarterly court where he system. They will nurely get ynu is representing the defendant in the case of Daniel vs Clay City well again. 25c at all dealers. etc. The case is quite interesting Ai'v. owing to the fact that it involves the validity of an ordinance which was passed sometime ago, BUTTERICK. &SHIONS providing that the, Councilmen should 6erve the city without pay, Daniel was councilman for two terms and i9 uow suing for nuiikan Business Schojl, LEXINUTON, KY. back pay. This is a test ease and f the plaintiff wins, the council- men who have servedthe city for BOOKKEEPINO, SHORTHAND, years back, will institute suit for TYPEWRITING. back salary. Winchester Demo crat. This school has turned out hun dreds of men and women who State of Ohio, City of Toledo, ) 88. are successes. It will make Lucas County. ) a success of you. Frunk J. Cheney makes oath that he is senior partner of the firm f F J. Cheney & Co., doing bus- - I used. Capt. Anderson Berry, Lexington, Ky. I used this liniment and the imin Hnd soreness disnnneared likn Jailer W. T. Ballenger, Lexington, Ky. For relieving aches and pains this liniment beats anything I ever saw. J. II. Letton, Lexington, Ky. It is the onlv rcmedv I limn fnnnri that has given me any relief since I was imrauzeu umr years bro. .Mrs. Susan Welborn, ewburgl Ind. If it fails to relieve anv naln in nnv part of the bodv in fifteen min iur juur iiiuney uacK. 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 are looking for. the place where you can get the most for your money. ness in the City of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, und that said rm will pay the sum of Une Hun- - Write for Catalogue. Just Out "Butterick Fashions" Illustrating Spring' Neweet Style DJ'F.R 6C0 nm, snail, Spring in I Oicr 2, CCO distinct illustrations! a An absolutely complete assortment of 'designs for everything fcr family wear. A cupcrb issue ! Any Butterick Cuff Pattern FREE 8c WITH EVCRVcOPY-3at lit fUmm cwnbr 4 hat a w ij L rirs. J. W. Williams. I j red Dollars for each ard every Anv ache or naln in anv nnrt nf flu. use of Catarrh that cannot be cur- - bodv ean ho rallnvotl ultli Klilmi'a d by the use of Hull's Catarrh Quick Relief Liniment. $100 reward if it fulls and the purchase price is not Cure. FRANK J. CHENEY. refunded. Try It and see. 50c At All Sworn to before me and Bubecrib- - DruggiatB. ed in my presence, this (5th day of December, A. I). 188G. A. W. Gleason, (Seal.) Notary Public. Hull's Catarrh Cure is taken in ternally, and acts directly - on the blood and mucous surfaces of the We tell von bow. sad ctvbut market system, bend for testimonials free. price, we are dealer: esUblUhed fa ltMl audcaa do B8TTUK(r you than agent or commlatloa F. J. CHENEY & CO. lurereneea aar bank la Write for weekly price IUC Toledo, O. M. SAMEL 4 SONS Sold by Druggists, ?5e. MUI 4ML Mi tt, IWUIttll, IT. aetata, w rwe, nwti, wvul. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. Adv. Stop that Achelii The lines that are making the heaviest cuts on are Men's, Hoys' and Youths' Clothing, in Suits, Odd Pants and Overcoats, Men's & Boys' Hats fc 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. Machine, here is your chance. If you are needing a Sewing MONEYS "Standard" brand Drop Head Machine, regular price, 935.00 for 122.50; "Paragon" brand Drop Head Machine, regular price, $30.00, for $18.00. mtr-cha- c. Hardwick & Co., Stanton. . NEW ERA FARMER. Edited by one AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION. Rape ho Holdt the Plow Handle and Wrltei Irom Experience Rather than ay or Theory. Hear- - Time to Prune. The question is frequently asked, when it is the best timo to prune trees. To this we would answer, any time of the year will do, but if you wish to induce a more vigorous growth of a young tree, prune before the leaves be gin to bud, as pruning after the NOTES MEADOWBROOK -v cna Rape is grown in the United Stales primarily as a forage plant, but in Europe it is alos quite widely grown, mainly for the production of oil from I he seeds. This oil is used for illuminating purposes, for table use and for lubrication, Rapo belongs to the cabbage family and has the fleshy character of the leaf of cabbage, In shape and general appearance the leaves resemble those of the rutabaga or stock turnip, but tho roots are like those of cabbage. Tho leaves grow very rank' nnd are sweet and tender. The plants grow to a height of one to four feet, depending upon soil and season. The principal uses of rape for forage are for pasturage or soiling for sheep, hogs und sometimes catlle. It is of course, impossible to cure rape so that it may bo used for hay, neither is it satisfactory for silage purpos es. When pastured the stock should be turned on when the plants reach the proper size, usu ally six to Before it is eaten down very closely the stock should be removed in order to give the plants an opportunity to send up new leaves. If handled in this way a field will pasturage for a long period. When used for soiling purposes, that is, cut and fed, rape should not be cut too closely or it will be killed. It cut from 4 to 5 inches high three cuttings can often be secured. When 6heep or cattle are turned on rape it is well to give them some dry feed previously or they may bloat seriously, especially if the rape is wetl.i':Hogs' are not eight-weeks. FARM inches apart is considered by many the best way to plant it. It is claimed that stock will not trninp the plsnts as badly when sown this wny, ns thejx have a tendency to keep between the rows. In addition sowing in drills allows for cultivation and in weedy land this is, of course, an advantage Rape can be used as a catch crop in many cases' to seed costs from seven to ten cents per pound. K. J. Kinney, Asst. Agronomist," Kentucky Agriculture Experiment Station. Farm Drain Tile Make Your Wet Land Productive. Hv the use of drain tile vnu cat. swam- turn that low, wet, pv Held into the most productive nd tile, spot on your farm. nronerlv nlaccil. not onlv carries olf surplus water, it admits air to thw Mill ami makes tti.isv to wora. It improves any soil. The increnrf in the value nf the land is many tuner, the cost of the tile Tile tiist year's crop from tiled land pnyt-foit. Any bodv can do the work succchsfully. Write for partieur lars or cell at om plant. net-les- trees leave out stunts them. If, however, on the other hand, your trees are large enough to bear fruit, but are not bearing as much as they should, you should prune them in June, as this will cause the tree to bear fruit the next year. Anything that will stunt the growth of a tree in June, will cuuse it to bear well the next year., This caused by the fruit buds for next year's crop forming in June, and a stunt of the tree will cause more buds to form. It is claimed by learned fruit men that if you will take an apple tree that never bore any fruit and the first of June peel strips of bark three feet from the ground to the root, and two inches apart the entire circle of the tree, it will have a full crop on it the next year, if the fruit is not killed by a freeze in the following Spring. Time to Plant Trees. Rubbing the inside of the churn with dry salt after washing and wiping It helps in keeping It sweet. When from any cause a horse is let stand idle in the stable his rations should be cut down to one-hal- advantage. By disking land af ter the removal of wheat or oats and sowing rape, some good fall pasture can often be secured. Rape can be sown in oats about 8 weeks after the.outsare up and not interfere with the growth of the oats to any great extent. After the removal of the oats, the rape grows rapidly and quickly furnishes good pasture. The seed are sown broaucast and covered with a harrow. If care is taken the young oats will bo injured very little, Rape may also be sown in corn at the last cultivation and furnish late fall pas- r Red River Brick & Tile Company, TANTOM, K UNTUCK Y. We should let the heifers have what mixed hay they will consume and some of the cornstalks to pick over. The Individuality of each horse should be studied, and the feeds supplied to meet individual requirements. The churn should be thoroughly scalded and cooled with clean, cold water before the cream Is put into it. While growing colts should be allowed to run out as long as the weather will permit them to be exposed to the storm. ture. There is but one variety widely ii.no .tiii-- . country. This is in- - Uwan Ecsex. Seed can be I'liren 'if aimosi any seedsman. 1 slnuil i al .iys be bought by Vi- sample und lor germina-f- i "i lie lore bidiiu accepted. The i - I W - rV -- I IV i . fur-nisi- ? $ 00 Reward! 1 ,.'.c I r it t J i .: . 31 171 v ic 'i ;mh tLWd 4Lir ) if 1, I Ji , . Look about your place and see if you can't find a good place to If dusty hay is fed, sprinkle with plant, out. a new orchard this water, and It will save the horse annoyance, but better not feed Spring. Time to set trees is now much nil. It at upon us. Spring set trees do fulDo not feed the cows corn meal If ly as well as trees set in the full. you are feeding corn silage for there do not wish to set out a full Is as much corn in the silage as tho orchard, set trees in the old or- cows should have. Will be paid to any person hnvingany kind of pain or ndic if Sliiiui'p Ouick Kelit'f Liniment fails to give iiiftant re lief anu the purchase price is not refunded. Try it and sue. Due. At All Drii(.'Ki-t- s. If , tLlK 13e3 f "I t U t'i!f" 4 nil .!., Kiwt) SI. lifK').l.rl,XIUii If you HH.nmunu,ni chard where the old trees have died out. At least, keep the orchard up and not let it go back. (Jet a variety of fruit, such as pears, cherries, plums, and etc. Then got a supply of strawberries, gooseberries, raspberries, pie plant, and other small fruits. Nothing is more healthful than plenty of fruit and there's no reason why all persons on thefarm should not have an abundance of all kinds If you haven't a full supply, get busy this Spring and stock up a complete orchard. One Country Product Unequalled . or both ewe and lamb. Be sure' there are no narrow doors for the ewes to crowd through. One jam may cause the lose of a lamb, Tift'ecte'd; . OH HNS Training School for Teachers A Coaraoa lotdlox lo ClMntnur. InlOTatrtllfcU nd l.lr SiatoTirr. Itltom.- - VolU la'-o- ll Speelo School of Kentucky, ITRADI-MARK- Mnrt rkfitn. on I 'a ,im i, .. rnti.i.iU - I jr. or I'Luto. for !' trntpract- - If the milker and cow are in the milking business the milkor will have a larger pall full of good milk when he has finished. An orchard that is poorly planted and carelessly mauaged the first year is often an Irregular, unprofitable) orchard for its entire existence. The cow that has a liberal and at the same time turns chare of her feed into dairy is the cow that brings tho pro.lt. appetito a largo products greatest There is one kind of country cal circulating territory of the Era Farmer that is not in moat that has never yet been qualed, that is country ham. "td of some gia?s being sown Fanners always find a ready mar- - this Spring. Must seed is cheap ket for all of the good hams they this time and we should take produce, and we might say vantage of this and sow a qti tnti- country bacon too. To protect ty of land to grass. the hams from Hies is now dePowell To Lose Nothing. manding the attention of the Powell count v farmers will lose housewife. There is nothing bet- - nothing because the State will terto do this than to sprinkle the not rllll ,, arr:cultunil train th.s hams with an even mixture of fau s iust tis ,lllt truin borax and red pepper, then wrup'0VPr cumo through here though them up well in old newspapers it eoul.l easily have done so, uor and sack them and liuii up to woi,i it have come hero this fall. lurtlier dry out. It is suppose.!, Tie Times thinks it il wise act ot course, that the hams have for the Department to begin sav. been hanging since thev have ta im; ill) to ten' oil' the debts of the uen salt, which is usually niiout Stllt0 ,,,) trv toB,.t the old Com three weeks alter the meat is ,Unv onlth back to u cash Uusis. killed. ad-a- n I ( Time to Plant Potatoes (Irass Doing Well. (Jnisx seed that was sown lust ill has done well and is now iv.uly to ninko a crop. I'ually, liuwcver, fall sown grass is not as sure a stand in this latitude as that sown in III Spring. If we t'ii to sow any last full, we ..II. w Mi.Mim itoi, iuii 10 no s i now. III e doubt if there isa furui in the f I I lo-1 I Dark moon in this month is uiil to bo a ood lime to plant 'Hie Farmer dot sir potatoes. re.: ml this moon business vir, seriou-dy- , but never waits for tin accredited right time to pass 1101 illy planting al to t'oine, crops soon a.-- ue can gnt to tlo'in ,R.vev waiting on the moon or Ih ,jVrent sk'iis of the Zodiac -- ConrM tad Rovlov Coorovi. TultlooFreo turned oif at any time. The B. CO. Twoti.kB.11.14.tr Mil.,... nn.n.ll.nl.nAl. tl t'ftloln t buiMlllf. greatest danger from tilo'ating ocPATENT LW VcrtS. rraellMorliooI, oBrtmnilof Mrioollow, wrll oqiilrrJ 1303 Seventh St., Washington, D. C. Tlin."m. Ifc.iif.llo Wm ,.rtl;r'V curs when first turning on the tmrt. Tilrt Term Jiiri Bummer School open Juot I. Tl. Fourth Terra April after'-stocbecome pasture, for C.uo,u.Fr. j n mKamt Prri,Utnt accustoined to feeding on it they can be turned directly on rape OVER 6K YEARS- Stock without much danger. .iaiaiaiaH EXPERIENCE pi" . will sometimes refuse to eat. h OAlMTAk HTOCK. SIOO.OOO Ju b at first, but they soon K HUKI'IjUSA.NDUN- j learn to relish it. If fed to dairy K IJIVIU10U I'KOl'ITS. UOO.OOO J) -- rwi cattle, rape should be fed after l J aaaa- m Traoc Marks h. the milking period, otherwise the g; Dcsions s, the copyriqhts 4c. milk is liable to have a cabbage arnrlliiii n nlietrh ami dearrlpllon iuht wliclner an our opinion My Bank. 3 Anrnne u riihnblr pnleiitithlA.free Conntiiinlrn. flavor. Rape is very palatable fat minion 'titBiricllrcoiuldetillul. HANOBOOK on I'atcnts Ol- WlNCIlhTKH. KVi und makes a splendid feed to use t ln'0. (Illicit (loner for oocurliu volcux. jli'iita taken tlirottrli Munn 4 Co. recolfe il twttie, without oluirae, lu the in connection with grain for. fat E; N.ITOI.I.Y WlTIIKHMl'OON, 111 KM. tening hogs and sheep. It is very C; scientific Jftneilcati W. Seii.vit, OAHIIU.lt. mdjomelr lllnr.trte1 wef klf. Ijnreit clr. cheaply grown uud its use will in Hi B,J .rWBUIIV 1VI....I . ; lour DIOMIU9, 11. boiu bjlll nawadanlcrf, inany.cnses greatly cheapen meat lit In 4bid..... Unuf VnrF v hit Qtilii.'"'""""''rnDn iu in production. Those who have b YOIXK Ai;Ct)lf.VrKS0L10lTK0 s ranch Ofrlco. 62S F BU Wathlogton. D. C grown it are very enthusiastic in' its praise and consider it their most prolitaole crop. It is not suitable lor feeding alone, for although very nutritious it contains a lurge amount of water and would require the consump"I suffered five years, with awful pains, due to womantion of too great a bulk in older n, ly troubles," writes Mrs. M. D. McPherson, from to satisfy the animal. N. C. "They grew worse, till I would often faint I could not walk at all, and I had an awful hurting in my Kape requires rich laud, in fact it cannot be too rich. The adside ; also a headache and a backache. I gave up and thought I would die, but my husband dition of manure uud in some ca urged me to try Cardui, so, I began, and the first bottle ses, nitrogenous fcrtilizeis, is helped me. By the time titc third bottle was used, I could necessary to give the maximum yield. The land for tape should do all my work. All the people around here said I would die, but Cardui relieved me." be well prepared and .finely pulnHW WJ10U lioweyej'dcan k "be rul on MOW TO ODTAIrf sti CATCMTS. Wliieti om-- will piv. i w' n paUnt Uw ml otLtr u.xilU lutuniiutioo ren'ij (thi in waiM.- vr m?.iwnn:( book SWIFT & 1. r. T, rap:-readil- fiillilri - Winchester i 1,1111 M Gave Up Hope Chad-bour- I verized.' The seed may be sown very early and until as lute as August. It takes a rather haul freeze to injure rupe and it will li.--n AND HAEXET PBICC HIDES IIQBEST FOR HAW f A13AND HIDES. IUS3 VoulCcrnmUJun. Vrltfo lncfruu KttHicslajf ti1 a J furnish pasturage .until nearly Christinas if lulu .plantings are made. It is usuallslaige enough' to pasture in four loeight weeks. Uupe seeds are very suinll, like black mustard teed, three to l.ve i mails are riifli ut LARDU I WomanSTonic For more than 50 years, Cardui has been relieving woman's sufferings, and making- - weak women strong and well. During this time, thousands of women have written, like Mrs. McPiieran, to tell of the really surprising results they obtained by the use of this purejy vegetable, tonic remedy for women. Cardui strengthens, builds, restores, and relieves or prevents unnecessary pain and suffering from woinauly troubles. If you are a woman, begin taking Cardui, today. Ut SptuAl tnttrutiOns. tcti Writt lo: Lsdic t Advlsorr D:.M.. Chitttnoora Medicine Co.. Chattanooga. Tcnn.. book. "Hvu Vrcatuunl lor Women," tcutfrcc. J 49 f$ . TAKE fho JOHN WHITE & CO., BSTAOMSItri) 153? Lwiavuc. jffiu lent to tow an ucie.- - It ""0 sown iiinait east nudiliiiiTiK. eu it 1'iiliiiyor covered vwjiii u hmdi s hoiiiuiiiot'i iloue.'.Tilh turnip cil, bowing in drills iwami 21 !