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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): March 20, 1913 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1913 cla1913032001_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 20, 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. G THE CLAY mCITY TIMES. m SI. 00 a Year in Atlvan n iT?rWi I. aic L. id 1. - ci. uijy ic SorronnJing uere : ncir. uay Conniry and Ourselves. 2S .1. H. IJnrghcr, Publisher. VOL. XVIII. Law .to Regulate Fashions. Runaway Team. CLAY CITY, A Rep-reeentati- KlHUItSDAY, -Oak-mont MARCH 20, 1013. NO. 12 a It - . and A. W. Fortune, of Tratmyi-vaniSTANTON. of the Fiim rsity, W K Frnzee, Louis N. Cupello, of United Presbyterian Church Hert Crowe, who lins been very Statu I'.iblo School Worker, of Cincinnati, asks thu Ohio Oakmont, Pa.has sent $25 for sick, is about well again. Sn;ri-- . II. W. Elliott, t prescribe fashions for the 'purpose .oystnrting a HeadMrs. Mo'.lie Crawford, of Jack-so- tnry, of Sulphur, Mrs. Louise Lon-- i women within the State to died; is visiting her parent, Mr. Campbell and Mrs. John (iav. .Stat- ing Room in fulay City for the .Secretary and President respective. and Mrs. Win Hardwick. "a great wave of immorality now benefit of the'yftung people of our '( "f ,lu' V U'sweeping over the country due to Miss Lorettn Norton, daughter' town and community. speakers will ah-- be there. , v..,. the immodesty of feminine atMrs. Russell's Sample Room of Mr.mlMr- - 1.. h " in ii.i.ri urn imi an very low and her life is hanging in tire." has been secured and will be fit- t lie waitinir to L'ive a cordial wIcoii). balances. Under the provisions of thebill to all who ((line. ted up as sonnjas possible into a Mrs Mollie M insfield, who has the proposed commission would How about Stanton having comfort able,, ike retreat been quite sick, is much better mid be compelled to fix limits house cloning. Other towns 111! IIU citizens ot our city. On we hope that the will be able to be it all over the country. Le so that not more the tables wi be found u ro out again soon. us set a day apart and clean up our than two inches of the neck Major Blackburn fell the other yards and straighten up some ot spectahle number of the best chin shall be uncovered. papers, and reading day and hint his hand very severe- our town fencing. Stanton couhi magazines, ly. It Another clause of the measure material of nurUimc. On anoth- as well is quite painful but is doing be made a beautiful town and as can be expected. provides that transparent stockto be enougo civic pride it er table will bo found innocent each one of us to see that ou. ;v games such as The Presby terian church i ... ings shall not bo displayed or out proiiiauie supptr Friday night to the mem- homes are free from rubbish. W. worn in public places. Game Warden Appointed. checkers, chessj parchesi, and etc. bers of their church which was could make our ccmetary a beautiCapelle declarJ. 13. Tipton, of" Howen, has In the corners? will be provided greatly enjoyed by all present. ful place if we all got together am' ed his act to be an emergency been appointed Game Warden of resting places jnud the room in The burning of Jesse, Crowe's cleaned out the bashes and trash measure, the emergency being Powell county, and will vigorous- grenerai will'b'ij made as attract- store a few nights ago was a great that is found all over it. Let u all of the "the necssit.y for the preservation ly prosecute Theseviolators simple ive as possible;' Later a library loss to them as there was no insur- vie with each other in making ou game law. laws in s of the morals of the people of are: You cannot fish except with will bo begun.-- , A few days will ance on the house or goods. Noth- place the prettiest place. The will ai:ree with us that mi ing was saved from the fire. Ohio." hook and line, either on pole or set aside especially for the womtown would be healthier for a good Measles are on the increase! hous"ul unini;. The bill provides that no fe- trot. Of course the hunting en so that allJmay share in its through this section. Mr. Tim nat is known to be closed and will male over 14 years old may L There are several men who an so remain as is applies to birds benefits. ion, of Hattnn C reek, was in town wear in public the garment until November loth. shipped in or l.nnghis!lav,."S No smokingdrinking, swear- this week and said that five of called skirt," which does not Uieillseive? 1I1IO our tOWII. '" clrnn urn ill It'll lioiirli.a l.ia ing or boisterous conduct will be "reach to that part of the foot Toin Hamilton died on Callo- allowed. It'isrto be a respecta Miss ltet Kwen is verv pick with it Their names are known and it is as also is Mattie Hatton and Ora ap to tne proper authorities to set way's creek, Estill county, Fri- ble place forSKil konwn as the instept" The that the law is not violuted. The the respectable Watson. There are doubtless 5 day morning March 14th. Mr. under the measure, is , ... , Hamilton is survived by a wife peonlo of'nnr?ii y. It is intended er severe that we havo not County Attorney has the authority given the authority to prohibit and several children. He was to be the int ectual and social heard of. to summon any man who is suspicious before the Police Judge or the sale of garments which un- twice married. His first wife betterment tor of our eoni- Mr. Tilford Abner and family, County Judge and have him duly display the outline of the was Miss Margaret Lockuane, of muni'ty- TI pervision is to be who were burned out last summer The fact that drunken men female figure. this country, where he formerly iu the hands; ompetent, elms- - in Stanton and then moved to Gar are seen staggering up and down lived, llislast wife was a Miss where they bought a Gardening Days. tian people',! ijli.flie financial rard countydecided that there is no our streets is evidence enough foi Hamilton of Estill county. farm havo authorities question t'AfithpubliC' place like Powell county and so thewhere they togot their tbem as to liquor. have sold their farm and are mov- -' i nen mere are several susoicious the'haiiilsoine new" residtonb -- our uen and they are busy preparing is no reason. rny projec Hon. John Hardwick their "tearly frost proof crops. A be erected in the near which will should not be a physical, moral ' Powell's 'Valley church. future on were visiting on Hatton Creek and Let us look into this matter. If we few days of warm weather will French Ave. It will ba wery com and mental stimulus to tho youth in Stanton this week. wish for Stanton to remain o place tempt them to plant more tropi- plete and add greatly to that of our community for years to Paul Derthick was in Hazel where t he young people can come cally inclined vegetables to bo Avenue of elegant hemes. Win come. Green the past week where he went to our college let us keep it u clean rut later bitten down by jack frost. chester Democrot. mere is no reason why we to arrange for the Thirteenth town and free from the influence of However, the early bird in every Sunday Andy Ledford has sold his farm should not enjoy the benefits oth- be held April Sohoo1 Convention to liquor. This is a dry county and case usually catches the worm, 4th to 6th. A splen though he occasionally may drop in this county to John Scott, of ers are enjoying. If you ure in did urogram has been nrenared surely there is some law that will prevent so much liquor coming in Clark county, tor four thousand earnest you ''an add .fame, iuflu with such one. speakers as J. W iiady to our town. dollars and Mr. Scott is moving ence and standing to the citizenThe dato of the Montgomery to same tin's week. ship of our city. Friends have county fair bus been fixed July ilO, 31, August 1 and 2. It is Mrs J. A. Sewell, of Walters- - shown their interest and contrib il.i claimed that the fair will be big- ville, is visiting relatives near L. uted liberally. Let everyone get te E. Junction. ger and bettor than ever. 'Si behind this movemont and boost it along. Re progressive, lend a lmnd, and get a lift. Its u go, eep pushing. With the adventof Spring Reading? Room for Clay City. unknown-frien- Louis-latur- e s, Win. .Johnson came very near being seriously injured in a run away Tuesday afternoon. lie has been breaking a pair of young colts. They became scar ed while was out with them and began to run as they passed tho Times ollice going toward the Company store. They ran between the Company storo and the scales platform tearing down the platform, Here the bed of the wagon was upset, throwing Mr. Johnson under the bed. He was secured and escaped serious injury rather miraculously. The horses ran on tor some distance before being stopped. An Lou-isill- e, f n, - 1 lU Kty. o ng ther-ough- t .... a doe-tor- sea-6o- n l'lor - P. I com-missio- n, nth-case- s --- -j. (jues-tione- si j-- , ,i Dis-tri- Come to Our Store And let us show you what a nice line of goods wo carry. We are showing an Elegant Line of Notice. FALL AND WINTER GOODS Including Cloaks and Wraps iZZt Ladies' Suits, Millinery, and etc. MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING to fit you and your pocketbook. kind of Merchandise, think of To the voters of Powell county : I take this method of announc ing myself "s u candidate for tho oflice of Jailer for Powell county, subject to tho action of the lie- publican party. 1 should have not been a candidate, but owing to my disability to perform hard labor, and other misfortunes that havo lately befallen me, I uuu ask tho people to nominate me as candidate for said oflice at the coming primary election to be held in August, 1913. Your vote and influence- will bo greatly ap preciated by mo. JESSE OKOW. - Our stock of Dry Goods, Notion", Groceries, Hardware, Clothing, Shoes an J etc. is replete with Variety, Style and Quality. THIS COMBINED WITH OUR Low Prices Make it to your interest to give us a good share of I When you want an$r SHIMFESSEL'S and give us the opportunity to please you as we have been doing for so many years past with satisfaction both to you and ourselves. Dr. Irvin reports the birth of a sou to Mr. una Mrs. Killes Ware, otVirden, Monday morn. ing, March 17th.. The Ladies of the Christian church will give a Bazaar at Mrs. Russell's sample room Saturday, March 22ud. A. D. Miller, editor of the Richmond Climax is a candidate for Representative of Madison your trade. We strive to please our customers be- cause we knowsatiefied customers ure ourbest assets. Yours to please, WALDRON & JOHNSON, 1 j Everything to Please theCustomer county. Mrs. Bottio Burgher visited) friends iiilStantou Monday. WaltersviHe, Ky. (D THE TIMES. S'-J- The Times lias all along felt kindlv to the woman's suffrage movement and feels OLD IDEAS ARE that way August. For the convenience of our sub- ing fashions, which as allowed to scribers, we have arranged club rates run unmolested, are detrimental with the following papers at prices to the morals of both man and wobelow mentioned : man, and at the same time be inThe Times and jurious to the health of Courier-Journ$1.00 sex, puts us to wondering if it ' Cincinnati Enquirer 1.10 to al ' Louisville Herald 90 might not, after all, be best ' Home and Farm 75 low them to remain queen of the " Ir.land Farmer 1.00 homo in their reguiateu iasnion " American Farmer 90 able attire, and let man rever" Southern Agriculturist 75 ence and protect them at the loss of their own lives as they did in ANNOUNCEMENTS. the sinking of the great- ship, TiFor Assessor. tanic, when so many women were We nro authorized to announce S. A. saved and the men bravely went Easter as enndidnte for Assessor of Powell counts, subject to the action of down with the ship that these he Democratic primary election ii w u might live. the-fair al - still, but the action of these sufPUSHED ASIDE fragettes in London, Eng. ; their, VEKY TIIUKSIIAY. t'UIII.ISIint' action at Washington, as in many' other instances gives rise to sou e Subscription rates 81 a year or three doubt of their qualifications. Schools Must Km Contact years in advance . There is no doubt, however, bt.t With Aetltrtiy of PHpto. ) C. Uurghcr, Publisher. what they should be allowed a vote on all questions that directEntered no second-clas- s mail matter. ly n fleet the happiness of their "WHY NOT TRAIN FOR LIFE?" home. Thursday, March 20, 1013. The fact that man must see it necessary to enact laws regulat- Higher Gradaa Ara Mere Than Mara CLUB KATES. Incubator For Embryo LawyaVa, Return this Coupon Checking whatever line you are interested in, on one of our opening days, March 22nd, 24th or 25th, and get a WHIP FREE. This coupon must be presented on one of the above dates. .....Break-Cart- s Buggies Surrles Phaetons, Saddles... Harness... Buggy or A uto Pal ting... Road Wagons. Pony Vehicles B. P. S. House Paint... Rubber Tires Barn and Roof Paint... Doctor, Taaehara Domestlo Soieno and Preacher. and Domeatio Arte. For Jailer. We arc authorized to announce Crow ns candidate for Jailer of Powell county, subject to the action of the primary election in August. .Te.-s- e consumption advocates willn-i-tata law enforcing a comfoi'a-M- e wearing apparel for our i Is nnd mothers, and require i Jie children at plav on the scln ol e The girls with' their sleeved sr waists are appearing upon 'he streets this earlv. If the mti ground as well as at home re-kep- t free from wet feet and x posure, and then enforce such a law togetuer with a rigid sum y regulation of the homes as ed lands hereabouts are in de- well as the public buildings, tlu y jnand, and that, too, at advanc : i u... mi..- -rhj Wttniffv;rtlf-betfel'SjTh1. H.tne lunuV vaiue lucreauco stopping alrtT 8Dreun"inir of thin View 01 With a good road disease, than proceeding, as they elsewhere. system in this county we believe along the limited lines they are now working which does not that land values would be uctu go far enough in one direction ally doubled within at least tw and possibly too far in another years. direction. Give us consistent, The Times doffs its hat to lu common sense, protective and Hon. Judge James M. Bent mandatory provisions and a rigand plea id enforcement of these provis-ions- , for tho kinu remarks ins allusions made of this paper then seek a to the that will do things. Otherwise and its editor in his charse grand jury at Stanton Monday. I lie expense and effort will he lust in the future ul it has been SPOUT SPRING. in the past. Jordon Barnett was one of the If the violators of the local op Mt. Sterling court visitors. tion laws are not properly prose Born, Wednesday, March 12th. cuted at this term of court it will be no fault of the presiding to Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Connor, Judge. The greatest hindrance n uuuf.uici. TT. to bo with the witnesses. F. flhristonher sold last The Judge's plan to indict, and week 23 head of cattle to Grant try witnesses for perjurv whtn Baker for thoy refuse to furnish the evi Marion McKinuey, of Lexing dence they are known to conceal, ton, visited his parents here u is a good one. When a man il few dayB last week. legally gets liquor and gets drunk, it is evident he can make Charlie Conlee, of Stanton, was 1111 indictment if ho wants to. If here this week to see his sister, is tried for perjury a few Mrs. Shelt. McKinnoy. be tunes ho will probably remember Mrs. Naunie McKinnev return- the next time where he Wednesday to her home at Lex bettor yot his liquor. The judge is on ington after a two weekj stay the war path in the right direc with relatives here. some ImmIv is going to tion .men (he patching it they duii'l usable la the homo life that most of us have to live 3(15 days iu the rear. do the right thing. a-i- Schools will attract and bold the attention of the public in proportion to their contact with the everyday life and activity of the people. The old Ide.. of a high school being an Incubator for embryo lawyers, doctors, teachers and preuchers is being pushed , aside. The school people the real, live, wide awake school people have seen' this proposition clearly for some time, but they have been afraid of what the general public might think. The public ban sensed that there was something out of gear in our school machinery, but it was afraid of what the education expert might say. And so the public and the school people have been seesawing. Boys and girl welcome any study Jesse (Jrow, of Stanton, an- that taste of everyday life and activnounces in this issue of the Times ity. The little girl In the lower grades mothers her doll, 'makes for Jailer of Powell county sub-ju- and mends them and cooks her clothes wonderful to the action of the Repub- dinners on a homemade stove of brick lican primary in August. Mr. out In the back yard. She keeps bonse Crow is a good man and would and plays her part' in a mimic . world lia.atlOA If fa tfiA nnln 1... make a good jailer. ine worBtighe sees of the activities of the world objection any one can have to ; In which she Is eventually to take her Mr. Crow is he is a Republican and worse thmga can be said of put her doll aside, and she can no longer with dignity cook on the brick , a man than that. stove In the back yard. Her own feel- wnld vnmpt her to go forward' farms In the sale of several in sewing, cooking -and the other house- this county and in Estill county n0d art8 but 8ne- umu a high school Is offered, so. contiguous to this city recenth in which no nna Deen has heen proven that imDrov- - ue ,"8e it ct SCOTT and LOWRY, Harness, Dealers In Hlgh-a-ad- e Vehicles and No. 27 Lexington Ave. and 48 Wall St., WINCHESTER, KY. "j; "5 tf a; inn Figures That Talk Farmers, Merchants, Timbermen, rmndrY ttboeC This is siicb-cetih- re b. "r pat ei soe happens. toBaATsnch a course In the high acheo, CM of hef ient 1 ll'MIOfi, m I 1 waauamu iw. i.ltar'ajwj auaMiaawettM ufeoi - vfchi ; place' Df" safety 889 and has been doing for their money: a National Bank, business continuously ii-- established in '..a ) a f 1 since that time. It is as safe as any bank regardless invented in invesled in Firft Mortgage of loans to our customers, of size or location; see our statement. We have $25,000.00 ! cMMHajHHtLBtwIW United States Government Bonds; Bonds on Railroads, besides over $25,000.00 $60,000.00 every dollar of which cure in its g. is perfectly safe. Send us your deposits and feel se- Clay A. City National Bank, if. LTVE BIOK SCHOOL. CLAY CITY. KENTUCKY. Some times a man can do r bcrvice between man and man when he is working for the other fellow, because ho knows ho has to do his duty. When working for himself he shows too much lenity where he bhould be hut-to- stem. While u little Into in budding the crop of candidates for county ollieea promises in the near fu- There Is nothing that Is fancy, but a very itreat deal altout breads or various kinds, yeasts. ImkltiK powders, the care of sinks, refrigerators, etc. Aa one goes through thin high school and sees the kIi-I- at this work there la the feeling that man.v of thorn im to be aavad from the disappointment that comes to most loiimr housukeen. ' era. That this work lu neiiderson appeals to the girls is shown by the fact ttmt out of a total enrollment of 120 glrlx clgbty-seve- a rre taking domestic scl esct or domestic arts. MAY MANY SUCH BE FOUND IN IN TUB NEXT FEW TEARS. ture In he I a iiini-- t prolific and THE STATE niiiitil'ti! one. b ereater for Ijiiln (Jpfmnn op mntli. ematlcs. She Is anxiouslo get full credit for her labor, so she takes a toplc for whk.h 8he ba8 nf reu, ming j IN OTHER WOItDS. OUR HIGH SCHOOLS ARB PUTTING A PREMIUM UPON WORK WHICH HAS ! SOME MENTAL AND CULTURAL VALUE INSTEAD OK COMMON, EVERYDAY HOME VALUE. At the Henderson high school both domestic science and domestic arts for girls and manual training for boys bare 1kku given a very prominent place lu tho courso of study. The school Is now offering a three,, year course, and a fourth will bo added next September. It Is a four year couise that calls for e two periods each day In the week, that real, strong, helpful, practical work may be accomplished. Too much of our school work, has been theory, and wiV must have tlmo enough for the practical side of domestic science and manual training. " Two years of this coarse, the fresh. mau and the junior-years- , are used for sewing, pattern making,- designing and a study of cloths and materials of va- -' rlous kinds. It Is the aim of this work to navo " t'rI Btroug enough to i design a garment or plan a wardrobe .. . . i i. , ....ii.. lauuiiuiipr, in niier u pniiern lUHl (loex not fit or suit her. In n course of tudy of one period per. day hls would be impossible, but with eighty mlnutet each day of her schooLyear at a ser I lug talilo results can lio'jjotten. In domestic sclenw the work Is rath- er oiii or i ue oniinarv t It setuu ho thoroughly comma wwce n lid so Made forty-minut- Capital Stock, Surplus and Profits,, Shareholders' Liability, -- -- $25,000.00 $6,000.00 $25,000.00 USE HOPE $ MILLS 1ALOTJ tf Good Bread and Butter is the buckbone of the nation and makes the best food for children as well as for thoirpareiits. For the chihlren'Hjunch basket as well us that of the mechanic, there in nothing mure pnlutable than tin ' T light, white delicious and nutritious bread made from the Pearl flour. COPYRIGHT .n CouUnucd In Aujulalag kviwuu. by J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, Ey. THE A HOME-MADE TIMES. PAPER. MARCH 20, 111!.' THURSDAY, .LOCAL BREVITIES. Mr. and Mrs. Tualbee Atomic1 returned Sunday from Ilarriinan, Ttiim. Hoscoe Bowman litis gone to Blnomington, III., to spend the .summer. Prof. John A. linger.:, ofXonn, Mrs. Gvnthia Burton, widow of spent Monday night with his un- ItliR latetfUlen Burton, of . W. Cox. cle, E nughn's Mill, celebrated her at the Asa Burgher, of Quicksand, home of hor sou, John W. Bur visited relatives in the city ihe ton, Saturday, the 15. Her many last of the week. friends wish for her the return of Messrs. (jot her Martin and Par- many such celebrations. is Norton, of Winchester, spent Best Known Couth Remedy " .. Sunday and Monday with rela. e ror years - King s Dr. tives in the oil v. New fcvelity-nintliinniversar- y ..... rorty-thre- Married At Joel McKinuey and Miss Anna Lyle Shaukelfoid, both of Frankfort, were married in that city Thursday, March 113. The groom is the son of J. W. McKinuey formerly of this county. He has Airs. Williams has n nice lino of many relatives and friends here Easter cards that must he seen to who join the Times in extending he appreciated congratulations. Dillard Douglas, of Levee, Best for Skin Diseases spent part of last week with Nearly every skin disease yields frieuds in the city. quickly and permanently to Bunk-len'- s Arnica Salve, and nothing is The Methodist church has rebetter for burns or bruises. Soothes cently been equipped with a Br6oms to Make? and heals. John Deye. of Gladwin, modern gas lighting plant. Bring on your broom corn and let Mich., says, after suffering twelve Andy Led ford, who recently years with skin ailment and spend- me tie it up into nice brooms at 11c purchased a cood farm in Lincoln ing $400 in doctors' bills, Buck-len'- s each and furnish everything. Faccounty, moved there this week. Arnica Salve cured him. It tory near Powell's Valley church. will h'.lp you Only 25c. RecomS. R Curtis. Mrs. Noah Rose, ,of Winchesmended by all dealers. Adv. ter, spent a few days last week The Cause of Rheumatism with her sister, Mrs A. M. BurStomach trouble, lazy liver and gher. NJCWrS SEEDS SUCCEED I J. B. Hall, vice president of the deranged kidnevs are the cause of SPECIAL OFFER:will Olay City National Bank, was rheumatixm. Get your stomach, Haiti to M av Binlnrw. A trial raus tdicv panuoecc customer. here Monday looking after busi- liver, kidneys and bowels in healthy taxIa. II condition by taking Electric Hit OM thai flnaat i Tvrttlst f nlendid i OhIm. t heitAll, ness affairs. M trtAwtof, -i Vanttlu la ters, and you will not be troubled y t Mention this Patter. Saturday the days and nights with the pains of rheumatism. Write Not Charles B Allen, a school princiwill be of equal lencth. SEND 10 CENTS anivs lhf ti1iM ta4 only in this latitude but in all pal, of Sylvaniu. tJa., who suffered to Mrtr MMtanmm auk la tnd lornntr wua my big cmmchw ci A iMtractlTiTBOTvUfWI Seed and Plant Bok , parts of the werld the da.vs and indescribable torture from rheumauightB will be of the same length. tism, liver andhtomach trouble and kidneys, writes : ''All rem-- J ' Mike King and family left Mon- diseased edies failed until 1 used Electric day for Payette, Idaho, where kBitters, but four bottles of this they go to. make their future comhome. Our best wishes go with wonderful remedy cured mo MjiCk. pletely." .Mabe your rheumatic ' Mr. King and family andwe wish puns come from stcinac, liver and1 RECIEF ONTMHNT. for them a successful future. Electric Hitters This Is 'the Hnlnent the people are kidney troubles. Are You Constipated? will give you prompt relief. 50c .talklftg about. If ho, get a box of Dr. King's and $1 00. Recommended by all It is the most wnndnrFnl Mxnnltr tnr relieving pain I have over used. Capt. New Life Pills, take them regularly deale:s. Adv. Anderson Berry, Lexington, Ky. and your trouble will quickly disI used this liniment and the pain and flfaniinani-nr- t lilr. ....!. appear. They will stimulate the Health of the Child In School. Jailer V. T. Ballenger, Lexington, Ky. you eat breakfast every day? Do liver, improve jour digestion and Do For relieving aches and pains this Di get rid of all (he poison from your you drink eolTcc or tea open you have liniment beats anything I ever saw. J. or xlitit at II. Letton, Lexington, Ky. your hud room window system. They will surely get you night? Do you own a (ootuhrusli? T linvp foond It is well again, 25c at all dealers. These and other icrllmut )pietinns that 1mstiie onlv rcmcdv given me any relief Discovery has been known throughout the world as the most reliable cotigh remedy. Over three million bottles were used last year. Isn' t this proof? Tt will get rid of, your cough or'we will refund your Old newspapers for sale at this in&ney. 'J. J,- Owens, of Allendale oiiice. S. C., wrffes the way hifndfeds of others have done: "After twenty years. I find tH.it Dr. King's Mew Discovery is the best remedy for coughs and colds that I have ever used." For coughs or colds and in a'l throat and lung troubles, it has 1 00 at all no equal. 50c and dealers. Adv. Tri-Week- Agents Wanted. Agent" wanted to take cubscrip tions for the Atlantu, (!a. Valuable Constitution. premiums for subscribers, litieral comndrsions and cash prizes for agents, You gar. make money fust in small towns or along uny Rural Uoute. Some agents make u good liVing. Others muke 15.00 or 20.00 a month on the side, so. licking subscriptions. Adreg for particulars : Constitution, Atlanta, On. Tir-Week- Treea! Trees! Trees! Fruit and Ornamental Strawberries, Shrubs, Hedging, As paragus, Rhubarb, (irapes, Roses, Peonies, Phlox, etc. Everything for Orchard, Lawn andtiarden. NO AQENTS FREE CAT A LOO H.F. Hillenmeyer&Sons Lexington, Ky. When Need of Builder's Hardware, Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles, SEEDS Ralk- Cooking or Heating Go to or Write Stoves, to-da- Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, mm Winchester, - Ky. shipp's - a HARDWIRE & COMPANY. i V Adv. BUTTERICK. FASHIONS since I wn? nre to he answered liy the children In naralized four years bro. Mrs. StiBun the public scIiimiIs of .Minnesota. They Velborn,.Nowburg, Ind. form nart of a "health Krudlnc out- If it fftila tit reUp.vn nnv nnin in lino" prepared by Dr. Krnext B. Hour. part.of the body in fifteen minutes, mir ask special director of school hygiene fm for your money bock. whereby teachers and school the state, SOLD MY ALL LEADING nurses may learn In the most direct DHUGGISTS. manner possible the physical condition of the children Intrusted to their care. national conservation of the mental flillikan Business Schojl, and pjiyslcnl health of our school chilLEXINUTQN, KY. dren" is the ultimate ideal of this and other current health projects reported to the United States bureau of educaUOOKKEEPINO, SHORTHAND, tion. Cut Prices. We are cutting the prices on Winter Goods to an extent that will interest you who are looking for the place where you cun get the most for your money. TYPEWRITING. Just Out . "Butterick Fashions" Illustrating Spring's N.weat Style SrF.R M t'tcal 600 nnv, smart, prac-- Ovtr Sprihg stales! 2, 000 distinct Illustrations! I iness in the City of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, ind that-saifirm will pay the sum of One Hun dred Dollars for each every case-o-f Catarrh that canot be cur- the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me and subtcrib- u in my presence, this (ith day of December, A. D. 18.80. This school has turned out hun dreds of men and women who State of Ohio, City of Toledo, . are successes. It will make ) Micas uounty. a success of you. Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is senior partner of the firm of V. J. Cheney & Co., doing' bus Write for Catalogue. Seo us for your shoe wants. Mrs. J. V. Williams. ad Stop that Ache! Any ache or pain in any part of the body can be relieved with Shipp's Quick Keller Liniment. $100 reward if it fails and the purchase price is not refunded. Try it and see. 60c At All DruKgists. The lines that ure making the heaviest cuts on are Men's, Hoys' and Youths' Clothing, in Suits, Odd Punts and Overcoats, Men's & Boys' Hats & Caps, Ladies', .Misses, Men's and Boj'h' Underwear, Sweaters, "Queeu Quality" Shoes for Women, ed-b- y Outing Cloths, Dress Goods iu both wool and cotton, Ladies' and Misses' Neckwear. An absolutely complete assortment of designs for everything for family wear. A superb issue! Any Butterick WITH EVERY Cat at A Pattern FREE COFY-S- Bc Notary Public Hall's Catarrh Cur" is tuken in ternally, and acts directly on the blood and imicuis surfaces of the rysteui Send for testimonials free. K. J. CHENEY fcC0. Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists. T5e. Take Hall's Family Pilla for (Seal.) A. W. Tjleason. MONEY W mcr-cbant- a, c. If you are needing a Sewing Machine, here is your chance. "Standard" brand Drop Head Machine, regular price, $35.00 for 123.50; "Paragon" brand Drop Heud Machine, regular price, $aa00, for $18.00. rU caaafer uitfa ea W tdl von how. and oavbettmtrket We are dealer: etablUhed Rricci. and can do BKTTBK far von than agents or commluloa Refcreucea any buk in Write (or we kly price 1UU m-i- t v Btalari m fWtf, fWfftS, WOi. M. 8ABCL 4 SONS 4M mHvUi H. LOUISVILtE. IT. Hardwick & Co., Stanton. firs. J. W. Williams. constipation. ulv. At j IN JUi VV JulViri. jl POULTRY RAISING x--- - Edited by one who Hold Experience R.ther the Plow Handle. nd Write from or Theo'y. th; Hear-M- y - Sapling or Red Clover. The editor was asked the question, which was bcttter to sow, e sapling or red clover. The is a red clover nnd is so termed. It is also called mam moth clover. It is a much ranker grower than the medium red clover and is said to be not 80 gooi a fertilizer as the medium red, though we doubt this claim very much. Twice the amount of hay can be cut from a field of sap ling, clover, than from a field of red clover, and it will grow on much thinner land than the me ilium red. No clover will lastlong on sandy soils, usually dying out in one year, but. on clay and slate soils clover in this section will last indefinitely if the second crop of seed is allowed to ripen and fall down on the land or grazed down." Clover can be sown without any preparation of the soil, and now is the time to sow it. The seed is high this year but the coBt of seed can be overcome by having a tight floor in our barn lofts and catching the 6eed from our clover hay which should bo fed extensively on our own farms. Feeding clover hay in this month on lands desired to be set in clover is another method of insuring a stand of clover and at the same time saving the clover seed bill. Spreading manure in which there is plenty of clover seed is another safe way of setting clover on poor spots. Taking it all in all clover is the best way to build up worn out lands, other than sandy soils, and many fields should be sown this can be spring. Sandy-soil- s as well built up by growing cow peas or velvet beans. They make good feed, but the manure made from such feed must be returned to the soil to uet full benefits from the grow ing of these crops. sap-lin- on NOTES ME&DOWBROOK FARM Organization of Children's Corn and Tired Field. Poultry Club U Doing a WhoU Lot No fanner would think of working For the Commonwealth' Eduoatlon hJg i,or80 continuously. He gives hlru Mutt Be Mora Than Books." Sunday off nnd nt times Rays: "I think I'd better let ol Bill run out to grass Mooreflld.-Ky.- , Jan. IT, 1911. f0P a rignt stnart spell. He ..don't look Mr. James Speeil, Louisville. Ky.: answer to your letter re- - Just right the last few days, Dear Sir-- In warding the poultry contest I will endcav- Does this same farmer wntch hi or to tell you how I became a prise win- - (jejfjg ns carefully as he does his horse? neI-f noes ht know the looks of a tired Held First, I gave my county superintendent sows, and thoso that my name ana told her I wanted to enter as 'well? Does lie turn his tired fields Utve the old thing had rest for n spell?' Poultry club. & Tile have been pullod down by late Utters, theget two settings The next fifteenI each out "to horse 1" thin he la rested nnd Red of eggs of to jf a extra caro and feed, bo they will go "fed" Company, through the winter In profltablo con- frS?tPof7heb?h1ggS,I hatched twenty- rested six chicks. I then put them In a place tired it. too. dition. KENTUCKY. twenty-si- x cowpcas or barnyard STANTON, l with clover, to themselves. Out of the narrea tmnure. green, raised fifteen chickens. They were A half tcaspoonful of Paris Plymouth Rocks, Ringlet strata. When It came time for the fair I selectadded to heavily sweetened water or fair. The Baled Hay for Sale. molasses will kill the cut worms, but ed two and took them to the your letter I have not answered care should be taken that the fowls reason was because I could not get my Shredded peavines entirely free before cannot get at It picture. Tours sincerely, Fraih, RtltibU. fti from weeds, and well cared for in MART D. THOMPSON. Gntrsnleed loPlea No curini;, CO cents per bale. Every Oerdenera' Ewlng. Ky.. Jan. 2, 1911. An old horseman says that the PlnterhouidtfMt chief cause of colic In horses, or the Mr. James Speed,, Louisville. Ky.: anterior merit 14 O better roughness for horses, cttl" reDear JTorthcm O rown J w cause of the largest per cent, of theso i ceived. Sir Your letter of recent date I As It was directed to Carlisle, All of them eat it greedSPKCIAL OFFE.l cases. Is brought through long absti was delayed In receiving It. You wish to and sheep. FOR lO.XJENTS know something about our Poultry club. ily and do better on it than any nence from water. we will eod postpaid oar We are not yet thoroughly organised, but ern iuiri Id ontiLPCTIfi" E. Burgher. t J. In March, 1913. other common hay. If you , . 1 pr. fl" f7 Taiait Alfalfa meal is becoming a popular you cancan meet with jus J I learn more about'lt. t rkr. RIM:rf wlat OUrj Kansas, where they raise feed, but in Last year we gave our names and ad ' pti. Earl? Arraw.aaa ft! hay, farmers dresses to our county superintendent. ,'all.rtam H.rl.1 La!t a lot of that kind of w 11 TarlallM CfcolM lUw.r 6a4 1 There were four claim that the cow can do the grinding Miss Llda Gardner. four divisions of girls the from each of the a 7tlta Mjr Saa. 10 cant, to Ulp r cheaper than It can be done at the county. Last year we bought our own jlnj an tacaUa Ibilm "riraooa Collaclion. w. Will be paid to any person ha ving any Oara.n mill. eggs. Next year we hope to have them :br wtth oar If.w aa4 lB,tn.cUT 8KED OaMa Shipp's quick CO. GltKAT NOItTUBIlN furnished from some place In order to kind of Dain or nclie if Kock ford. 1 11 n .3HooSt. Kelief Liniment falls tofrive instant renew stock Into-thWhen a man tells you that he has bring live on a farm", so county. is not re my chicks were lief and the purehnso price We cows that he could milk all the year not much trouble. Mother raises Plym- funded. Try it ami see. ooc. At ah round If he would, see If you cannot outh Rocks: I had Bun Orpingtons. I Prupgi tr. gobble onto some of his stock. Cows kept the chicks free from lice; ted them , corn each day that hold out are worth their weight twicecane seed. unUl fall, when I fed hen. They were with the and In gold. bad a large range and grew fast. 0 farmers lot- .out lire while burning brush or broom sedge and burn up considerable fenc WORTHWHILE? ing and do much harm to growing timber when the sap first rises. The safest way is the most difficult way, burn when Kentucky's Fowls In 1910 Val- the leaves in t ho woods are too bump to catch and the fencing is too wet to burn. Otherwise plow ued at $4,461,871. several furrows arjiund where you wish to burn and only put out fire on still dnys, per chance SOME INTERESTING LETTERS you can find such days in the month of March. ny - It occurs every spring that ma- Beginning Monday, March 10th, and nil during next week we will sell silk at very popular prices. Also ready tunde silk waists. Mrs..!. W Williams. Farm Drain Tile Make Your Wet Land Productive. By turn Unit low, wet, ustless, fit-I- the use of dmiii tile you cm. swam-pv into the most productive spot on your farm, flood till, properly plai'pd,not only carries off surplus witter, it admits nir to the noil unci makes it msy to work. It improve? niy soil. The (nereace in the value of tin- land U mnny times the cost of the tile Tne first year's crop from tiled land pnys for it. Any bodv can do the work successfully. Write for particu lars or ci' II ut ovi i plant. " River Brick "A? '5. fifsSa SEEDf 9 titr.Prlnf-MRl4l.- fc $ 00 Reward! . aa, 1 e Farmers all know that cream is a perishable product, but some do not realize the Importance of cooling from the separator, and failure to cream Immediately properly cool altar It comes from the separator 1b the principal cause for the poor quality. 14th of December with corn and tobacco. We had our exhibit in the courthouse the Besides these, there were various kinds of .. school work. I cannot send you photo, as I have no picture, none sinter I was nine years late twelve ana over.-ceach-dliWui- I 1 RICHMOMD, KY. sAy-th- ei ; e .awarfleoT In of E0 was HlflRI e IBMlMu EHttiM 1 A ConreM Training promptly obutlnea In Ml coumrtea OR ho raK. 1 TMDI.MMK1. CTeall Moi'.r)COPIllsUtJ ttxl. or ruoio. for Htnd McritU. IIneS. PORT on patnii'lii.ltr. l'.Umt I School for Teachers Kindness la one pf the cheapest and thboca best rations you can feed to your ..Just a woman'kob raising chick- stock. They relish it more than tho ens..how orten have'you heard that most succulent thing you can put be-- remarkJ But tUe figures at the head of fore them. hla nrtlnln nrn fmm the trnvprnmpilt "-shepherd fattens the flock" is as true now as ever. The good feeder loves to watch the animals eat after they get tneir reea. our coun I ty papr. Hoping; this1 will belp you in preparing your newspapeiUwork' and thank' Ing you for tne interest you nave taken. SAMPSON, teaalaf to EleittnUry, SHU laurmadlaM Talk! la ail PaWla UftealM. Sreala School, cf 'Kaatacij. lUM (in fr I in flump Bn X rentsOBTAIN andlor InrMmme root-oHOW TO SILL FATSMTS, partner, Wlilcli one will pay. How ( nr.-paiaotjUw mid tuer taliuUe information. bakk mremriccs. i CoafMj. Tulttaa Fm UAd- potatcel. T0 pleadM dor.X. nllarlM saw Taadel KkooU atw Baauallralalot balUUut (jotinea miii. D. 1303 Seventh St., Washington, D. C. SWIFT PAT KMT LAWYERS. ft GO. oa1..". J. O. CBAnDB, Prr.l.cnl OVER 6C YEARS EXPERIENCE aMaaalMaaaaamar other roughness. Ifyouhaveplen-t- y of peavine hay in the fall, you need haye no fear of having poor horses in the winter and Spring, if you feed to tliem liberally enough and in regular feeds. Many farm ers tell us that horses do better on cow pea hay, from which the peas have not been threshed, than they will do on corn and imv other roughness. The difference then is cow peas grow well on thin bind and build it up, it takes not half the labor to produce a crop !' prujuuimeiy wirevi, uuu duuw iuai n a. ,s n proposition. No wouder the P nan,TVrJ STOCK SIOO.OOO BPhool neoDle who have been nushlng K AN u UN- potato clubs should use pool- - R corn nnd Value of Cow Pea Hay. try club3 to Interest tho girls In light t, diviheu imokitk, jiw.ixio The writer is frequently asked, nnj pleasant work that means dollars 1,1will horses eat cow pea hay. They Franier hones to see more peas and cents in their pockets. In corn clubs one of the slogans has (.i-pnot only eat it with u rare relish, TllK tlno j wo.i. thsni ' for we in but do bettor on it than most any know if they nre properb- - harv- - been "pure urea seeay unabredme Bins , k WlNCniSSTEli 1ANK. V' fowls." nnuitrv duha it is "nure 'A suhplus $ DKSIQNS Anrona indlni a sketch ami description ma, opinion freo onlcklr aaeertnlii our patentable, whether an lurentlon uprobablr HAKBBOOf on pateiila. tent free. Oldest uaner foreecuriiis to. reeelT Hateuu taken tbrough Munn X nuul lutlca. without oaaraiuk. the A handiomelr Hlnitrafed watklr. Traettelr. Termi. eulatton of anr "olentioo icruraa . newadealorm. a leart four montu, f L Sola by all fj 38IBrsadMr. MfiW TOfK ffloe, M F 8U Watblot too. O. C. t'"" c CopvmoHT8 Ac ested and fed, the farnien will prow more of them from year to OV 'lNCIIHTBll, KV. year. The Inland Farmer, of Louis-v.llKy., in speaking of the orupple trees, chard of twenty-livnil tollowing as uie uesi gives tlio e I aI 1. e, h N.IIor.t,v VlTlBumoof,KWl 3 K W. It. Sl'HAH. OASJIIKH. u YOU It ACCOIXNTH HOLIOITED 3 a. peas ill it it does ro grow a t't'oru. Thus on thin lund corn tiiotild never be grown but with the peas On good I I'istly ktqit up is the place mi lognr.v corn, then ir should be rt'nl'trly rotated with oilier crops including grass and clover. Over-A'tbottom in , id' which there ii i: leu ileal n this is o The N'W Kra sub-sutured w selection: 1 Early Havest, 2 Yellow Transparent, 1 Oravenstein, 2 Maiden Blush, 1 Fallawater, 1 Dominie, 2 Grimes, I Ilubbatdstun, 1 Ham-bo- , 2Stayman, 2 Mammoth Black Twig, 1 Jonathan, 2 Delicious, 2 crop Home, 2 Stark, 2 Winasap. a good mt2 - Are You Nervous? mm I - I n Ilk aw llfm J IBBmT m No garden is complete without strawberry bud, plenty of rhubarb nnd gooseberry bushes, and now is the time to set ihem out. Hhuburb can bo very successfully grown Iroin seed. Immediate aMeulioii is necessary as MAllV D. THOMPSON, AO&D TMTKI.V1S YKJUtS. soon the sun will promote too Nothing can he iloue witl poor stork or poor seed. Kverytnlnjr Is possible much growth for transplanting. with pedigreed stool? and eed. 1 What makes you nervous? It is the weakness of your womanly constitution, which cannot stand the strain of the hard work you do. As a result, you break down, and ruin your entire nervous system. DoVt keep this up! Take Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardui is made from purely vegetable ingredients. It acts gently on the womanly organs, and helps them to do their proper work. It relieves pain and restores health, in a natural manner, by going to the source of the trouble and building up the bodily strength. AND MARKET HIDES HIGHEST rAlB FOR BAMT FUSS iND HIDES. WoolCommksloa. WriUbr PilCa iwEi-J- JOHN WHITE PRIZE-WINNIN- G OOsa prkastiucatloouigUlaait RSTABU3HID1B3T Louisvius. Ky. SEED CORN, Mv Hooiic County White Cera took first nrlr.es for tho Best Slncle Ear anil Ten Kars of Corn from the First Division at the Kentucky Corn Show at .xlngton in January. OneUallon of Seed by Parcel Post Paid, 75c; Two (lal,ui5, $1.40 Uy express or Freight no( paid, $a.oo per bushel. J. G. UURaiIEK, Clay City, Ky. lle- -t I All or this him beei) written time oud time again In farm (taper and the ru nil press, but when vbildrmi begin to uorU definitely lu thin direction nouie-thlii- z U Htire to bnDbeu. Omwn (euplu nre blow to tnUemp new thing oi ' thliigs thut are falrlymew, but i:i)llUrei Mimply absorb nnd iwe them. if you have had a successful boys' corn club In your ff'UBty. why uot try to organize n riiiirll.jltr,v club for )lie to lttslt KlrlT If you do. ujion the reuiluir of'wiy fowls of pure blood. It will ujtHjiUiWt the gJila will mat have an nborblRttrto.eunfltioii adulU can wntch wlfcKUavulnge . KUUCVl'ION .MtwT UK MOItKl 'filAN BOOKS 1F7.THK CHII.D l TO UK A It UAL StjpOKSH IN I.IKE. - C ARD U I WomlS'sTonic Mrs. Grace Tortner, of Man, W. Va., took Cardui. This is what she says about It: "I was so weak and nervous, I could not bear to have anyone near me. I had fainting spells, and 1 lost flesh every day. The first dose of Cardui helped inc. Now, I am entirely cured of the fainting spells, and I cannot say enough for Cardui, for 1 know it saved my life " It is the best tonic for women. Do you suifer from any of the pains peculiar to women? Take Cardui. It will help you. Ask your druggist. 1 1 lrtola lor fiprWal Intlnulkint. sad Write to: Ladies' Adritory Dept. Chttanoog Medicine Co., dutUnoon. Ttno.. M-tboolc"Home TrtUsust lor Womtn." sent Int. J W