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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): April 3, 1913 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1913 cla1913040301_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.): April 3, 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. THE CLAY CITY TIMES. 11.09 Year in Adviai-i- . We arc here to help Clay Clt,Jilc SorrouiiJiiig Couniry aiJ Ourselves. I. E. Burgher, I'ublishcr. VOL. XVllI. clay oity, Will Help Sunday Schools. kit., Thursday, 3, -- april ums. Stanton's Iocs will he SO. 14 ' gain. Everv one w.Bb has occasion hi place in Powell county or wher have goods shipped knows how During the past few weikn wo Mrs. Henry Tipton is very sick ever this paper is read that wish careless ujju atoniinny tne at this writing. Two doctor are have enjoyed a wonderful iiietne-es .'to have, a Sunday School or in the way of shooting of pistol--- . handlwheir goods some gaimed, if they wll write to Paul times, but Jlnjajnst wicked neg- waiting on her and we hope she But this past week a certain ynuntf Derthick, Stanton, Ky., he will lect ever recouped was last week will soon be better. man who has been absent from our be glad to aid them in any way when Dr. Bullock was summoned from a life saVjngboat was shiptown for some weeks arrived in he. can, either by organizing it or ped Lexington to attend to the syes of over thijLl& N. from Louistown loaded with the bad man.; furnishing it with literature free ville to Cincinnati, Ohio, to be tho little bahv ut Judge p iraphernaliit. So the nights huvo for three months. If you know used Prompt action has saved barn" brand for in resc&jpg flood sufferers. bet n made hideous with the crack This in, so fur, the amount con- of any Sunday School that is Capt. Gillooljdidn't ship the tliem and the prospects now are of the pistol and while we have no anil needs assist mice e struggling fiscated from the foxy boat until herd's assured by the that they will be all right. proof of his doing it looks rather little state of Estill, please write to him and he will L. &. N. authorities that the suspicious. We can put two. ami Mr. Tilford Abner, an old resisince Judge Hugh Riddel! has help. Feel free to call upon him boat would bejwere on time, but two together and draw oiirconclu been inducted into the office of for any assistance, for free liter it was delayedtwo days, and in dent of Stanton, but now living sions. Let us all hope that he will Circuit Judge. In his charge to ature if the school is not able to the meantime hundreds were near.Powell's Valley church, was leave us soon and find his strip-.- ' During the past, seven starving and suffering from the calling on friends in town Monday the grand jury at the recent term buy. elsewhere. He in thinking of of this week. of court ut Irvine Judge Kiddell years he linn organized HO Union want of rescueis. We hear quite a bit of complain: coming back to the old town to logave the people of his county to Sunday Schools besides assisting 4 cate and we welcome him should form some of the good women of Negro MMjjrled by Train. know the law roust be. respected, and aiding over.100 other schools. Stanton (and God krows that w auA it seems that bis words of It matters not what church, he Lucieu Smotjidrs, of Mt. Ster- he come. warning are bearing fruit in the will help all that are interested ling, was foujfd. in a mangled The case of the negroes for the have some splendid women) thiu '' right direction. in Sunday School work. aud dying condition Tuesday on killing of Clay City Marshall Pet-ti- t money for some reason h rathei a in their homes. They say the C. & 0..trl)fcs at Hedges Tightening Dwa ea Lhpier Traffic. has been set for April 23rd at scarce Big Raise in Counties. that it is beir.g spent for whiskey Clark fealty, and isbelicy Winchester. The jury was unable Simultaneous with the refusal The State Board of Equalizaneed it for food t of, the common carriers in Ken- tion at Frankfort last Wednesday ed tohuvd falbff from a car while to come from Montgomery county largely. They clothes, and other necessities ami A message from on account of tbe high waters. tucky to accept any mqre intox- passed on the counties of the stealing a icating liquor under the provis- Seventh Appellate district. - The E. E. Hugheshb lives in that The Circuit Court was compelled to luxuries but they cannot get it for neighborhood? the Sheriffs o adjourn because of the rains and that. Men, you had better let yoir ions jof the Webb bill for "tran- total raise in this district is wives carry the pocket book. Thu was tothjgjfect that a man high water. sportation into "dry" co,UDtles, Powell, Estill, Clark, believed can spend money wiser than yon J5ert Smothers, the officials of the aforesaid Montgomery and Wolfe are rais How about the beautifying of and put it to better use. I can aswho escapedfrom the jail at "dry" counties, and cities, our cemetery? Let all interested sure you that none of it will he ed 10 per cent, ou lands; Lee is Clay City, ha'ftboen'found, and in the western and raised 12 per cent., Menefee is work and fix up the spent for whiskey. Deputy Sheripavjs left for the do a little tuHtthern portions of the state, not raised grave where their friend or loved jt, all. The biggest scene. Deyuhtriff R. S. The Grand Jury at this term o are putting the screws to boot- - raise is in Bell and Harlan coun one is buried. This is tbe time of noticed tfhajjtjes at Clay i he year for such work. Let it not court only made fourteen indictledgers. InconseqseMetfaenunv ties where the' raise is 25 per City, yli aMgjknd that we did not know tlx; .who have vinced cent pf.4rjB These raises 'are only te,n th&iniured 'nmliiTi iiHitMr' 6t get jpto sujch a shape as it was last, ments. If of conditions tbe county better wo rtAtureof cou rwv.aud hearing of "jaitr oe' prouu'or buo" protests will" bff heara later. the office of r Dr., C. M. "Driver, mown witb-- soy t lie. With the suit cases' traveling back the dry country a vial of spirits Powell will be heard April 18. This past week has been a hard and forth empty and full it doc who attended his injuries. Winfor the satisfaction and consolaj one on our college. With measls seem that same one ought to hav chester Sun.' Census Taking Time. tion of a busy neighbor is becomall the rage, whooping cough in been indicted for supplying thio ing fewer,and thirsts are growing ''This is the month for the takQood Road. roseola here and there, community with whiskey when i ing of the school census which apace. The Illinois Good Roads Asso mumps in rure cases and to top it is unlawful to do bo. But 1'uvintr must 'be completed and in the Approaches Washed Away by Flood. ciation says: otf some few cases of lice and itch served on a Garnd Jury once il ia bauds of the County Superintend-enti-'iiThe approach to the highway "Improved roads mean better tlie school bus suffered in attendsurprising how bad seme people' the lirst of May. Some schools and larger bridge at Wultersv.lle on this attendance, ance. Then when the Hood came memory is when it comes to know persons lust year over the State side of the river was swept away better health and quicker trans- along it about finished it, but as ing anything about whiskey, and got iuto .trouble for padding the by the recent high waters. The portation, better farms and more soon as waters subsided things took how easy it is to lie rather than l approach to the Walter's Ferry lists. No Powell county officials cultivated laud, better crops aud a more encouraging turn and the the truth. The Grand Jury is have been charged with anything cheaper transportation, better bridge two miles south of this bell still riues. when men will come before like this, and we trust never will, economic conditions Mty was also Inst on one side. and 'more but they should take care to see producers, better social condiJohn Olair was found guilty of it, and knowing that the law ha- -, The water on the Walter's Ferry been violated, tell them (the Grant' bridge was three feet above the that every one of school age in tions and less isolation, etter manslaughter and sentenced t two the several districts are taken. to twenty years. Nathan Fugate, Jury) that they have never bough lloor of the bridge, but the bridge church attendance and better whiskew of any one nor do they held all the drift that lodged better postal service who was a witness for the defense know Prof. C. J. Norwood, state in- citizens, of any one bringing it in unwas arrested and held in jail till it and stood like a stone spector of Mines, announced that and closer friends, better busilawfully. There are p'enty of men wall uninjured. The approaches ness and more consumers, better Sam Cockerill, of Breathitt county, in Stanton who could indict aP his compilation of satisfies as industries and more employment came for him. It seems he cut Cale all to these two bridges are being re- completed thus far indicates that these go betweens with thei' Noble, of that county, with a knife placed and will soon be ready for the output of Kentucky coal a better state and better na and the officers could' not get a suit cases. But they have become travel again. tion." These are all things quite Mines for 1012 will be about habituul lie sweaters. Judge Hen worth while, fcrood roads cost hold of him till he was located at tons aud that he is conii-den- t ton was very forceful in his char'o Oood Roads in Demand. money, but the returns compen- this trial. A telegram was sent the outupt will not be less to the Grand Jury tlie men from Jackson to hold him. Two gentlemen vvero in the than tin 8 amount. The highest sate tor the expenditure. who are lie swearers. Let us reRecorder's ollice one afternoon output heretofore for Kentucky Red River paid us u gushing vis peat again that the County Attor Varied Weather Conditions. lust week seeking information in mines was 14,000,000 tons in it this past week. Neirly every ney has the authority to have any The winter and the mouth of body knows all about the Hood, so man summoned before the County regard to a farm in this neigh- 1910. March have been the mildest, Judge or Police Judge who is carborhood which they had seen adAt Louisville a large ware- the wettest and yet the most I'ttle comment is necessary The rying a suspicious package or suit vertised. They were told of an- house the Rugby Distillery railroad was washed out near the case and have that package or suit of Co., other farm that is for sale, but weakened by the flood waters, backward the writer remembers Stanton river bridge but has beon cise examined. lie is situated in Wo kuow we repaired. Several farmers lost hogs an ideal place for watching these of ever seeing. when they were told it was not collapsed, releasing' to theriver have seen the first days of March located on a 'pike they had all trams and he knows aoout u,uuu oarrois 01 wwsKey, with more fruit buds, more grass and other live stock and immense enough to know what the men well they have in the information thev desired in valued ut a quarter of a iiilliiou damage was done to fencing, but and a better outlook for early Powell county did not begin to their suit case. He N paid to do regard thereto. There will soon dollars. gurdens than are with us these euilcr as Ohio, Indiana and other this job aud it is not a question of lie no demand for farms not lowhether In wauis to or not hut of P. N. Taylor anil J. T. early days of April. Elders cated on good roads. The time places where hundreds of lives his duty to Powell county. When Tu r pin have recently organized lias come when the land owner were lost und millions of dollars Mayor Hunt was Prosecuting At Buildlajr Another Warehouse. coinage done, torney of Cincinnati it was due to wants a farm from which lie can a Baptist church at Heidelberg. wrrk alonu and alEaton & McGuire are building get to a market any day in the The church starts oft with bright We learn with Mncere regret that his stupendous that ha c'eamd most unaided prospects for the future. a new warehouse along the side year. Burlington Recorder. Judge llaidwick and his family ure store building to further soon to leave our town. We do not that large city f mm-- of its ot- u former merchant of their P. E. Hale, tenness and trickery, htnntnu is r The recent freezes have not the storage of their of this city living at Hanljlton, accommodate know hnw we can give them up very small place beside Piuciunal injured the tin it in the least, and Ohio, lost his homo aud .all its large and varied stock of wagons but it sceu's that we iniit-t-. It will and tho history of almost every that the bloom has been rotnrd-c- contents by the recent high wa fencing and farm implements. man is known. It Is surnnsiiiL' great losn to the town end the how much business some be a of our this late in the season, hopes ters of .the Miami riv.er. ' The 101JJ convention of the county when they leave. We shall worthless characters have in Win ace' ente. tuined that tho fruit miss Mrs. Ella llardwiek from the Sierlintr of will escape later cold snaps and It. was hoped April would Kentucky Press Association is to uhuruh as she wua such a loyal Chester and Ml. travel with a lute, sui and they always be held at Oly.mpiu Springs June yield an abundant crop. Apples bring a little calmer weather, worker and took ucli an ii'terest in ease. When they leave town the according to an announce ull its ull'airs. They ure going to suit case seems very light to carry are frequently in full bloom in but the wind continues to .blow Winchester where they are having but when they come back they March, but this time peaches aro as it did by far the greater part ment by the executive a new house built. What will be seem to curry it with difficulty. not fully out yet. of March. ran-.roas Treat it rer ot Wet Qoods. John W. Elkui, formerly of this city, now Jailor of KstiU county, according to the Estill Tribune, has been selected Treasurer of the wet. goods in hid county, lie so far has in his custody, securely stored nway under a powerful lock and key, forty quarts of the "bottled in the safe-keeping. SlorJjHilpment. If there is any comiiiunity or STANTON NEWS. Winchesh r' Hard-wick'- s. bootleg-gere.of.th- , - Sta-tiui- r, rid' of-fic- 'to-H&- e par-ticular- Sco-be- o a urt-uoru- . y U-- ab-.ui- t 1111 d people. days jt cured L. II. Ilallin, of Ire CLUH RATES. dell, Tex., of a Bore on his ankle For the eonvenieuee of our Resolutions of Respect. we have arranged club rates which pained him so he could The bar of Estill county met at with the following papers at prices hardly walk. Should be in every the court house in Irvine, Ky., below mentioned : Only 2oe. Iiecotnmended on the fifth day of the March term, house. dealers. Adv. The Times ami b all Courier-Journ$1.00 1013, of the Estill Circuit Cogrt. 1.10 The Honorable Hugh Kiddell was Cincinnati Enquirer Send News. ! 90 elected Chairman and Louisville Herald Clarence Many people, . seem to think Home and Furnf 75 personal news items are written 1.00 Miller Secretary. The object ot It land Farmer for the benefit of those mention !)() the meeting being to take notice American Farmer Southern Agriculturist 75 of the death of the late Judge D. ed, but they are, not. Persona B. Kedwine. items are written for the benefit On motion the committee on of the other peoole who read ANNOUNCEMENTS. resolutions was appointed as fol- them. We want them all, wheth For County Attorney. lows: A. F. Byrd, Kelly Kash, er you are specially interested in V are nutlioriZ'Ul to announce O.O. V. II. Lilly, and Clarence Miller, getting your name in the paper AtkiriMiii us candidate (or County Attorney of I'owell county, subject to the which committee reported the or not, send them in. Utiiers action of the Democratic primary elecfollowing resolutions. may be interested in reading a tion in August. ' Whereas, the great Judge of bout your guests and you r visits For Assessor. We are authorized to announce S. A. Universe has called from our if you are not particularly" caring Master as candidate for Assessor of midst and to His judgment bar to see your name in print. Over I'owell counts, subject to tlie action of the Democrat io primary election in our lamented Judge D. B. Ked- modesty in this' particular keeps August. wine; now be it resolved: many valuable items from print, For Jailer. First. That in his death the items that our readers would en We are authorized to announce Jesse s joy reading. Crow as candidate for Jailer of I'owell district has lost an able, comity, subject to the action of the Reand painstaking jurist, Catarrh Cannot be Cured publican primary election in August, the people a devoted friend, one with Local Applications, as they Of course Kentucky is in debt who knew their needs and was cannot "reach the seat of the dis nil the reason of it is because ever ready to respond to their call ease. Catarrh is a b'ood or con the last and former Legislatures, for help, and his family a devot- stitutional disease, and in order to icirardless of the political com- ed father, husband and brother. cure it you must.take internal rem Kesolvedsecond. That the memplexion of the Representatives, edies. Hall's Cqtarih Cure is tu bers of the Irvine Bar join in have been creuting new ollices ken internally.-annets directly on and allowing big appropriations words and thoughts in extending the blood and mucous surfaces. that the State could do without, to the bereaved family their Hall's Catarrh Cure is not a quack and neglecting other things of heartfelt sympathy in their hour medicine, g&twns presciibed by vital importance. What the of sorrow. one of the bese" nhvsicians in this Resolved third. That these people want is to setldjnen to, country for year and is a regular be spread at large 'upon prescription. th'e Legislature next winter that It is composed of the will be economical in making the order book of this court and best tonics known, combined with any allowances whatever out- a copy thereof be sent to the the best blood purifiers, acting di side of the general expenses of family, and that a copy of same reetly on the mucous surfaces. The the State. The newly created be published in the Estill Tribune perfect combination of the two in and all othr papers of his dis- greilients is what produces oflicee should also be abolished such One thing, however, should be trict. wonderful results in curing CaA. F. Byrd, Kelly Kash, tarrh. Send for testimonials free. 'done, and that is a new tax of W. H. Lilly, Clarence Miller. r cents for state aid to roads F. J. CHENEY & CO.- -, Props. After proper remarks upon the Toledo, 0. nhould be levied. Kiiiht here we life and character of the distin Sold by DruggistB, price ?5c. wish to ask one question : Don't guished Judge made by the folTake Hall's Family Pills foi you, Mr. Header, believe that the lowing persons, A. F. Byrd, T. B constipation. dv. xtra 15 cents levied for school purposes a few years ago would do Powell county more good in making roads to get to our school fiouses rather than appropriating We are showing an Elegant Line of it for the purposes it is now ..pent? And say, are our schools profited by the collection and expenditure of this tux? If they .ire we fail to see where. s, Hlakey, O. Miller, It. I?. Friend, . If the good people left in county would do for their a Kelly Kash, W. H. Lilly,. J. P county what good Powell Adams, Hugh ltiddell and 11. W (ounty citizens nre doing for,Sniith, the resolutions were VKUV Til t'l!SI) A V. rUHMSllh'I' adopted and the II their adopted counties, we would naiiimouslv soon have n good county and meeting then adjourned. ' Hugh Uiddcll, Chairman, Subset ipi ton rates SI ;i ( iir or three plenty of good roads. The trim j earn in advance $'.. ble is there ure too many people Clarence Miller, Secretary. living in the county who arc ill- 15. Hiinjher, Publisher. For Burns, Bruises and Sores Wiiys looking for the county to do something for them, instead of The "quickest anil purest cure Kutered n seeoiul-clns- s mail nintter. looking for something to do for for burns, nruiees, boils, sores, 1'hnrtidny, April I), 19II1. the county. and all skin diseases is I'owell county is poorer for the existence of such Hueklen's Arnica Salve. In four THE TIMES. "L"" " 11 "11 i 11 I iteiurn mis uoupon WMW .J J 1 A I 1 - Checking' whatever line you are interested-in- , on one of bur opening days, March 22nd, 24th or 25th, and get a WHIP FREE. This coupon must be presented on one of the above dates. Buggies.. Break-Carts.- .. . 11 In-T- he Surrles.. ... Phaetons... Harness. .. Saddles Road Wagons... .Muggy or Auto Patting. Pony Vehicles!.... ,. J3. P. S. House Paint.. Barn and Roof Paint Rubber Tires SCOTT and LOWRY, Harness, Dealers In High-tirad- e Vehicles and No. 27 Lexington Ave. and 48 Wall St., WINCHESTER, KY. consci-cntou- 11 Figures That Talk Farmers, Merchants, Timbermen, and all those who want a place of "safety for their money: This is d res-olutio- a National Bank, established in 1889 and has been doing business continuously since that time. It is as safe as any bank regardless of size or location; see our statement? ' Wc have $25,000.00 invested in Unite'd States Government Bonds; Bonds on Railroads, besides over $25,000.00 $60,000.00 invefled in Firft Mortgage of loans to our customers, every dollar of which cure in its g. is perfectly safe. Send us your deposits and feel se- Clay City National Bank, FALL AND WINTER CLAY CITY, KENTUCKY. In the proper place this week appeurs the fonhalannouncenent of O. O. Atkinson for County Attorney. Mr. Atkinson has been tithed in the couutv and is thor oughly acquainted with the con ditions existing. lie was ad nutted to the bar two years ago and each of tiie several members of the examining board which was composed of the best lawyers of the giliti Judicial District, said then lie, lonether with A. T. W hit t, who was examined at the .ame time the best exaini-natioof any candidate ever appearing before either of them. paf-sei- l n GOODS Including Cloaks and Wraps kfiESl Ladies' Suits, Millinery, and etc. MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING 1 to fit you and your poclcetbook. Capital Stock, Surplus and Profits, Shareholders' Liability, --- $25,00Cf.00 $6,000.00 $25,000.00 USE HOPE & MILLS FI.OTJ il When you want any kind of Merchandise, think of Mr. Atkinson is twenty-fou- r ears old. a bright young man, of u very unassuming disposition, and unpieteiitious qualifications, lie is of the character to muke iiood wheiever he takes hold. In litn, if elected, the county will SHIMFESSEL'S and give us the opportunity to please you as we have been doing for so many years pas! with satisfaction both to you and ourselves. - Good Bread and Butter is the backbone of the nation nml makes the hem food for ehildren its well un for their ureiitN. For tlie children's lunch basket us well us that of the meithnnie, there is nothing more i:ihaahe than the liud an ellicieut counsellor. His popularity coupled with his for t he ollice makes him a ory sin ng candidate. lit-oe- Everything to Please theCustomer Made by light, white delicious and nutrition bread uiaile from the Pearl (lour. COPYRIGHT J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, Ky. THE A IIOMK-MAD- K 'I'llL'KSDAY, Elder .M. 1'. Lowry occupied the I). F. Wanton, of Dayton, O., stand at the Christian church who has been visiting relatives in Sunday i n t r t i r and evening Estill county left Senday after-noowhile Jutlge Mann preached aj for the city. the Methodist church. Mr. Rbiuton has been here since P.U'KK. 4th of March, thereby escap-bMis. Samuel J. Roberts mi the escaping all the terrors of the APRIL '.), 0l.'t noil net's that she will assume the recent flood in that city. active management of the Lex- TIMES. 1 n Trees! Trees! Trees! Fruit and Ornamental Strawberries, Shrubs, Hedglng.As-paragus, niuracirs seeds Hood-stricke- n y rsaw tl flneu n..!.,... 'U.J. t. lallierar permineLt rou T.r.lp. J (nitndM SPECIAL OFFER v. will SEEHS snrrm i Mm V: Y 1 tllrr'-aa"a- t Write to-da- y; f.hjfflSa: .. Uil taneflm n Id A 1 1 ill customer. all. Tine- - ' I1 5 Mention this. Paper. ducted by her husband until his The EstiJI Tribune has changed deutli recently. four page size from an The Fiscal Court is in session to a 0 column eight page paper. Irvine Growing Digger. 'at Sfaiitun this week. At a recent meeting of the A decided improvement. Editor is keeping the quality of The estate of he late Judge Board of Trustees of Irvine, the White 1). II. Jtedwiiie is valued at more the paper to the top notch, too. city limits were exterfded to than $100,000. the suburbs of the city that We wislrBrdther White all the success a country editor is entiAll fools' day Tuesday was not have been growing so fast for the tled to, rather than the success so cenerally observed in tins city past few years. This will give the best of us ever get. Irvine a population of 1,200 and "as in former years. Coughs and Consumption entitle it to be a city of the fifth Mrs. Joo Wilson and .laughter, class, the same class town that Coughs and cold, when neglect.'.Miss Alvis, of Louisville, are Olay City is and has been for ed, always lead to serious trouble an-ne- LOU XL BREVITIES. ington Leader, founded and cun Improves Paper. Rhubarb, (Jrnpes, Roses, I'eonles, Phlox, etc. Ever thin for Orchard, Lawn and Garden. NO AGENTS SEND 10 CENTS L iBrtnieti-BvaBUfal r4 m4 Vlt Hook, vhm hi ami wv W MPtl, I i WMJWaTW k t?I IAD 14 tVC. FREE CAT A LOO 'i H. F. riillenmeyer&Sons Lexington, Ky. Old newspapers for mU- - x at thin oilice. vis-itin- g inand on account of the high ney trouble, diabetes or brights disease. Thousands rocouimcnd price of meats. liitters as the very best Knowing of the large circula- stomach and kidney medicine tion of this paper in the 23rd Ju- made. H. T. Alston, of Rilcigh, dicial district, a copy of resolu- N. C, who suffered with pnin in tions adopted by the Estill doun-;t- the stomach and back, writes: bar have been sent the Times "My kidneys were deranged and 1 for publication which we gladly raj liver did not work right Isuf- and freely do on another page. fered much, but Electric Bitters was reconinicded and I improved Drive Sick Headaches Away from the first dose. I now feel like Sick headache, sour gassy stomach, indigestion, biliousness disap- a new man." It will imrove yod, pear quickly after yon take Dr. too. Only 50c and $1 00. Recom"11 dealers. Adv. King'B New Life Pills. They pu- mended bv rify the blood and put new life and See us for your shoe wants. vigor in the system. Try tbem Mrs J. W. Williams. y and you will be well satisfied. pill helps; every box guaranRecommended teed. Price 25c. by all dealers. Adv. , y Ev-vr- of the lungs. The wisest thing to do when you have a cold that F. M. Hutchinson left Friday A Double Dose. for Ohio to see about his relatives Farmers are having a double troubles you is to get a bottle of living in the flooded districts dose this time. At first the hard Dr. King's New Discovery. You Hamilton. winds blew down a lot of fencing will get relief from the first dose, and finally the cough will disapJ. W. Conlee, of Mt. Sterling, for them, then later the Hoods pear. O. H. Blown, of Muscadine, is spending a few days with his came and swept a lot more fenc- Ala, writes: "My wife was down daughter, Mrs. W. O. Martin, ing away for them. Coming as in bed with an obstinate cough, nnd son, Emerson Conlee, of it does just at oat sowing time and I honestly believe had it not and at the time when land must this city. be plowed for corn, it makes it been for Dr. King's New Discovery Saturday a really busy time for all farm- she whuld not be living today." Will 8niethers went years as the for Dayton, Ohio, to look up the ers who ever plan to have much Known for forty-thre- e father-in-labest remedy for coughs and colds. W. to do. family of his Prue 50c and $1.00. Recommend6. Rogers and other relatives Pains in the Stomach ed by all dealers. Adv. thereabouts. If you continually complain of pains in the stomach, your liv.r or Eggs are cheaper than usual at Hillikan Business Schojl, this time of the year and they your kidneys are out of order. LEXINUTON, KY. are meeting with a ready de-- ; Neglect rany lead to dropsy, kidut Mrs. W. It. Oassidy. twenty yea rs. When in Need of Builder's Hardware, Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles, Cooking or Heating Go to or Write Stoves, Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, BOOKKEEPING, SHORTHAND, TYPEWRITING. This school has turned out hun dreds of men and women who are successes. It will make a success of you. Winchester, - Ky. Write for Catalogue. Stop that Ache! body Any ache fir pain in any part of the can bo relieved with Shipp's Quick Relief Liniment. $100 reward if it fails and the purchase price is not refunded. Try it and see. 50c At All Druggists. HARDWI0K & COMPANY. m BUTTERICK. FASHIONS Come to Our Store And let us show you what a nice line of goods we carry. S3 m Our stock of Dry Goods, Notion1, Groceries, llardwaro, Clothing, Shoes and etc. is replete with Cut Prices. We are cutting the prices on Winter Goods to an extent that will iuterest you who arelookilig for the place where you can get the most for your money. Variety, Style and Quality. THIS COMBINED WITH OUR Just Out "Butterick Fashions" Illustrating Spring' Newett Style smart, SI'ER 600 nrw,stiles! ilea! Spring Low Prices Make it to your interest to give us a good share of The lines that are making the heaviest cuts on are .Men'.--, and Youths' Clothing, in Suits, Odd Pants and Overcoats, Men's lo' it Boys' Hats & Caps, 1ulies', Misses, Men's and Hoys' Sweaters, "Queen Quality" Shot's for Women, Outing Cloths, Dress Goods iu both wool and cotton, I.adii-p- ' Underwear, be- your trade. We it rive to please our customers and Misses' Neckwear. cause we know satisfied customers nre our best f ussetH. 2, 000 distinct illustrations! An absolutely complete assortment of designs for everything for family wear. A superb issue! J prac-- Owr Yours to please, If you are needing a Sowing Machine, here is your chance. 'Standard" brand Drop Head Machine, regular price, 8;S,Y"ii for $22.50; "Paragon" brand Drop Head Machine, regular price, 8110 00, for $18 00. Any Butterick WITH EVERY Call Pattern FREE CQPY-2- Sc WALDRON & JOHNSON, g l If" pallr ttuthr af Ujf cn I Waltersville, Ky. Hardwick & Co., Stanton. 6 rirs. J. W. Williams. , . double disk it every three weeks until the first of August to keep down the weeds, and at the same lime to put the soil in the finest condition possible. Sow at the rate of 80 pounds per acre, and a Maud of alfalfa is almost assured. The New Era Farmstead will experiment with acre on new mound this sitting. New ground is always free from weeds, and the freshness of the soil should make it grow line ive believe. one-hal- f beginning Monday, March 10th, as one of the Kentucky reading clrcTe books for the ensuing year. and all during next week We will Dr. Alston Kills. sell silk at very popular prices. Kdltetl by one ho MolJt the Plow Handle and Writ? from Experience Rather than Hear Another, the Also ready made silk waists. uy or Theo-y- . of the Kentucky Educational as. BE HEARD Mrs. .!. W Willinnis. oclatlon Is Dr. Alston Ellis, president of the Ohio university at Athens. For Honor to Whom Due. for two days and nights. Bv twelve years he has been making hisWhoever called a farmer n this time'tl.e buds reappeareU. tory at the University of Ohio, "hay-seed- " EMiOMl Is sure to have something worth so h 4 or any other name We took pains in setting them while to say to the teaching force of bis home in derision, did not stop to con- out well and not a trte died. We state. Association Meits. Make Your Wet Land. Productive sider the respect due him nun never had trees to do better and It Is said that his lore for Kentucky hunthe hiuh posit i(H4ie should fill. ve have set out about six has never been dimmed by his service By the tie of drain tile you cat. out of the state. In fact It Is rumored turn that low, wet, useless, ewain-p- y From the land and the cultivation dred in the past seven yeais. GATHERING AT LOUISVILLE, that he will build a handsome home field into the most productivo thereof, conies all our food, Plant Plenty of Beans. at Fort Thomas, Ky., where he will spot nn your farm. Good tile, Some one has said t hut from land reside after leaving the university la properly placed, not only carries off Farmers ore admonished to 1015. comes all wealth. Everything surplus water,, it admits air to the. plant pit nty of beans, because of Program Committee of K. E. A, Ex men are or need comes from the tremely Fortunate In Securing ServhoIL and makes it easy to work. their food value to the family, is ices of Many Distinguished Eduoatora laud Ity labor ni.il the work of the It improves any soil. The increncc well as the profit to be gained and Speaksrs of National Reputation. . in the value of the land is many people. Take any ordinary thing. from the crop. This is a hardv, first Will be paid to any person having any tunes the cost of the tile. The Tlii. paper for instance, came nourishing vegetable, found now Partial List Given Hera. kind of pain or ache if Shipp's Quick year's crop from tiled land pays from, wood pulp, made out of the ,lf never there), you ought to go. Itelief Liniment fails to give instant re- for It. Any body can do the work in some form on nearly every If over there, you'll want ta go. repried is trees which ;rev wild and which cons in- - The program committee of the Ken- - lief and the purchase see. 50c. not All successfully. Write for particumid witl find more funded. Try it and At weru cut down hy the labor of lars or cell at oui plant. ers us its great value becomes lucky Educational association has been Druggists. men; tliey were iiround up and known. There is becoming an extremely fortnnate I., securing the & Red .. services of practically nil the proml- rolled and bleached by the labor increasmg demand for it, anil nent pI)enkerg 0mt wero originally se- - BBBBBBBBBBKBaaBB Company, of men. There is nothing whatnavy beans which, a few years lected for the gathering In Louisville , KENTUCKY. STANTON, . ever in this piece of paper exept SO and May 1. 2 and 3. The ago could be bought for fi ty " April music will be quite varied, as It Is the land and labor. . Even the 1 1 RICHMOND. KV. a bushel, now sell readil.v plltnned to hnvo hlgn,RPhoo, Kice clubs. part tif the paper that we know cents live times as much, and in class choruses and organ recitals, A TrsJnlBK as the capital employed in mak- for the School for Teachers small quantities, are retailed for Before becoming president of Chi. ing it, the tools ami the other Armour Institute of Technology of CMTMi leedtag te EltflMDUr. fntermnllau ul Lll Stat Or- cents a pound. It is claimed Cllg0 1)r Gun8auhw occu,lled 80mo of Yelld la all Pn'.llo Ultaatae. machines- in their turn, all came ten In Plea. SiiMia ehaala af Kantoekv. that old land is better tnnn new the lnrgest pulpits la that city. IMIM III. out of the earth; for the iron was Caaraaa. TalUaarnataaa .ntf'ra riJtf' Whether Dr. Gnnsaulus talked in his MlaUaa. Twe aaleadM dor. iwins: beans. Every farmer ' r1 uisvltant' Chicago's great taken out of the earth by the la- for ..i j church or In one-- of ' 'nilrtiwoSff ll eqalaptd aurloallatj, .a plant a few acres, and see theaters, he alwaj .tad a large audi- - araotloaMhaat, Domtlo Iteltaoa. ' ML OFFC Term beatat Kcp- raaarlaiaT dfarlialaf bor of men and was shaped into snouiu -fiJfS -that they are harvested proper- - enee to listen to Win say big things In trTlM?t. SaaaadTtrai 1, Bamm.r IT. fourth Tera April g (..iidnlir p machines by the j CUUnarr. u splendid, big way. Q FfllVIOU.-- Km Prc.H..,. wLZCTIC labor of men. When we realize 3 ' Dr. GunsaulusV lecture dates have I alff.ro lla Taaitit I -. r, ii f. Valuable Pasturage Coming on. in the I rkcnrrled him all over the counry rhat' everything we eat, overy-thatw- e . ffca. Krl lrrwa-a- 4 CaMt Marlti I.9I111, We observe the Japanese clo-- 1 winter, and during the summer he is ?. wear, all that shelters 11 ti.MlU,(a-lnfl.r.-Chau-ve- r QUICK-RELIE- F ...,:.. through the always In demand ns SHIPP'S just peeping comes out of the land by latalker otfe. of t7nnest tnIngs Ift aeftt, ta licl pay yntafarlla irinyl ana rf atra uuhcum, LINIMENT. Itacawfwith mtr FiM laa auna - iumm.slartl-- n (lalrta ground these warm days. It may nD0Ut Dr Gunsauius Is that., although Kaw and Inttnut'Ta ffatbar bor, and nut of nothing else, then NOItTIIItflN SKK1) CO. pet killed later but if it does, be Is popular, he has .never fulled to say This is the liniment the people are I3S3QREATSt. Boae Itcwkford. Illln we respect, the men who do the strong, vigorous things. talking about. work to bring the good from the more will come. It never fulls. Colonel Henry Exall. It is the most wonderful remedy for Many a valuable pasture of this laud. Harrodsburg Leader. It will be nn Inspiration to the trus- relieving pain I have ever used. Capt. grass will be. broken up this tees who iittend'theKentucky Educa- Anderson Berry, Lexington, Ky. Try a Little Alfalfa. listen t& Colonel I used thisllniment and the pain and spring and put in corn when the tional Every farm should have at tiller of the field will not realize Kxall of Texas. Last January the soilness disappeared like magic. T. Ballenger, Lexington, Ky. least a small alfalfa patch, if no fifty cents a day for his labor in Commercial club of Louisville had Colo- Jailer nel Exall as the speaker at the annual For relieving aches and pains this more than one-haacre for ex- growing the crop. Better let New Year gatber&g and he simply liniment bents anything I ever saw. J. muni, oMaincd In all rauntrlei oa Ho rac. 1. a.alJ,ia. latared. Hand M1H1I1, Jiwld or I'Tioto, for II. Letton, Lexington, Ky. periment. If you have a spot of that Japanese clover grow unless electrified the raempreseut. Uy. I'aUntpowa-- I rwcaiPOaToniMU-ntali- l ica vauuaiYciy. aaan ncraaaavaai It is the only remedy I have found rich ground free from weeds you you are sure the land will arow Something oVeftW feint ago ColoBena 1 itwi in atsnipa rur InTalnaM nook ' nel Exall decided that it was time for that litis given mo any relief since I was on NOW TO OBTAIN aiKl SItt MTIHTS,' first, of May on a may sow it the whlali onaa will nav. Ilnr In va a navtna. willing Texas .to take. cureof" her soil. Now, pnralized lour years ago. Airs, susan good corn, tnd are then patant law and oilier TaluabU laloruiallOB, Welborn, Newburg, Ind. d seed bed and feel to sow the field back in grass beany pain in any D. If1t fails to relievo sure of its success. If your fore you wear if out. part of the body in fifteen minutes, nsk I ATI NT LAWVatM. " f ground is not free from weeds, for your money back. 303 Siveflth St, WubuiftM, I.C.I Need of an Education. Farmer's SOLD BY ALL LEADING turn it early this sprinc and DItUGGISTS. The fanner should have a good NEW BRA farmer. j NOTED SPEAKERS WILL pro-gra- Mucky Farm Drain Tile -- $10 Reward! ta-hl- o. River Brick Tile HI SEEDS - per-uiakin- N.lr,JrAV',7 I laf-- I'nlJ-rt- fJ n, ( - assoc-iatlon'-t- lf well-prepare- SWIFT & CO, - education. He pursues one of the most iniportnnt occupatioi s Almost all tie in the world. food of civilized man is piocnrnl from the farm The quantity and excellence of the fond thus r duced depend upon the skill and intelligence with which the faun is managed. Nothimrojn so wel be done bv an ignorant, careless person as by a person of intelligence and knowledge', and there is no place where knowledge is more important than it is on a farm. Jit 'A BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW OVER e YEAM EXPERIENCE CAPITAL STOCK. BUHPLCS AND UNDIVIDED PKOFITK, SIOO.OOO S200.000 s t l 1 bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbVT' Trade Marks DraiaN Winchksteu Bank. OPJ WlNCHSTEIt, KY. N. IIOH.Y WlTHEUMCOON, PlIKH, V. It, Sl'JIAII. Oahiiikii, J CoMIMOHTBeVC. Anrona eendliur a aketrh and dMerlptlon mar qulcklr atcartalii our opinion free wbather ait Invention U probably patentable. HANDBOOa on Patacua ant free, cudaat aaeae? foraeouruiK patent . Pateuta taken tbrouib Munu A Co. weatTa ajxrtai aatlM, wlthont okarga. In tbe Scientific To Revi.e Fruit Trees. when Colonel Kxall decides tblugx ought to he doue the kt hint's usually have a way of getting done. lie at once Inaugurated the Texas Industrial :ongres. which offered $10,000 In gold as prizes for crops in all parts of Texas. It was soo.0 evident' that the $10,000 In gold whs the least expensive part of the undertaking for the various contestants must.be kept In touch with euch other mid the congress. The uu dertaklng cost $30j000; fur tho (lis I year. Colonel Kxall raised the funds. This year l.oim men. women, hoys and girls contested for the prizes ami l the whole Mute s awake to the fact that results are being produced. In fact this feeling hurt become so strong that a group of l.uslness men are pre paring to (limine the Texas Industrial congress tor a period, of three years. Or. Chjjia vEy;ru. Dr. Cliiiiles K vii us is preslocnt of Hie IM1EST Mi RUT FBJCC Statu Noiiunl si liool at BUmoud. Okln. rAio rot baw ruu He Is n Iniuspluutotl IvUtuekluu. ami iNb BIDES, like nuy number ofitraiiPphinlcd Ken Wool Commission. Write, for price-lis- t oentJoolaglU wi tueklaus he has made (food In the state tVTAaUISHfD 1037 np Willi of his adoption. I JOHN WHITE OO.a Louisvuat. Kt ((iiintry, mat Kiew fu gvy Ill fuel the tudp big. bus biowu bu k tkat.hc lnow twins spoken of tin the ilitte mm'ilii PRIZE-WINNIN- G teudeut of OUIiiliouii." Ills new book. t'CiDwluu n Life." My Itoonu County White. Corn took (irst prizes for the Bust Single Ear ami fNnll.r aV Co.. It ; I'eM Ten Kara of Corn from the Flint Division at tho Kentucky Corn Show at published hy Itiiud. iiiiui j bexhiginn in .Iiuiu:iry. OneUallon ot deed by Parcel Port Paid, 75c; Two reveiviUK iiivoriinip. eouiiueill prominent rdiualura.lu all parts of I t uII.jiis, $1,411 Uy Uxpress or Freight not paid, $a. 00 per bushel U will jirojiabl;- - bo mlopled J. U. UUKOIIHK. Clay City,' Ky. Ten cent hogs and ten ceni cuttle ceituiuly mean pidsperi( for the farmer. The greitnsi troublo with the most of us is to sell oh" too much of our youiii.' stock when prices are so high. euro none of them would live. is best to always keep tin The depot auent like us thought It young stock and sell the matured they were then dead and so markwhen prices nre soaring ed our freight bill that we could animals or fearful of going down. recover the cost of the trees from Baled Hay for Sale. the railroad company. Upon the Shredded pea vines entirely frei advice of the nurseryman from whom we got t'l trees, we putl from weeds, and well cared for in N them as they came to us, packed, ciniiivr, (10 cents per bale. into a pool of w iter and weight- better roiighnesB for horses, ce rhci . All of tliem cat it grecil ed them down s thut not a twit: of any of the trees was uncover- ily Hid do lutter on it than un ed. They were kept tliU way other common ha v. .1 IS. Unrulier List spring the writer bought one hundred apple trees to set out ft new orchnrd. The trees were delayed in transit one week and it was Mien up in April. When the tree arrived we felt rlH.l....B.l Ml. V1IAXK W. OUKSAUIUS. A hanoeoraelr lllaatratad weeklr. cuUUoii of aur clentlflo Journaj. 1 YOOK ACCO 1 NTS SO LICIT 10 1) 1 Iwamtt dr. Tar. tl a reari roar aoontaa, f i. bow watt nawanaaaere. MM lAW-- l Of I Bt, Wattilai(,A& lee. m Hmrkn. ttajr. t Stubborn Case "I was under the treatment of two doctors," writM Mrs. R. 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