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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): November 20, 1913 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1913 cla1913112001_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.): November 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. THE CLAY ten Y TIMES st.ou a Year in Advance , , W- - are herefo help Clay City. Ihe Surroanding Country and - .1. E. liurgbcr, Publisher. VOL. XVIII. A Six Pajto Paper. Wa said last week that it was our intention to enlarge our paper, but we did not think then .hut the enlargement was bo soon. We greet you this morning w.ith a eix page paper which enlargement. This is is a 50 not permanent, we had so much we advertising this week, thought to carry it nil on the 'four pages would be cheating our readers, thus wo printed the six pages. Our intention is, if the business justifies, to make the '"paper a six column folio instead of a five. The six page paper of the present size would' be even a larger paper, but the prese work is too great on a six pager. If you want to see the paper enlarge and improve come in and pay up, and in this way help us 40 get money to buy a new cylinder press, for we will have to buy oue if we enlurge. CLAY CITY. The Killing. KY. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER OyUtt in Missouri. 20. 1913. NO. -- 17 ' Kentucky Crop Report. As stated last week, we were unable to give the particulars of the killing near Union Hall, or even give the full names of the participants of the fight. It was James is. Pockets that was killed dead on the spot, and by Jesse McKinney after McKiuney hud first been shot by Pocket t. MoKinney'8 wound, which was in the breast, proved to not be 60 serious, and he wiM get well. The trouble arose over McKinney 's cutting what Pueketr contended was a line tree. The tree was standing on a piece of ground that had been in controversy between the two men, but had hoen settled bv McKinney ukiug the Relutivesiof Mr. A. R. Lowry have received a message from Knox City, Mb., stating that Mr. I) wry iB at$the point of death and the entms hourly expected. Mr. Lowry went from this county to Illinois afytut ten years ago, but continued to live there until a few nionthajago when ho went to Missouri ami prepared to farm thero. Hiraiealth failing, he sold ou. andvu8 fixing to move to Colorado for the benefit of his health, but&us unable to go. Mr. Lowry itnrried Miss Edith Christopher, taif Spout Spring, but has no chldren. He is forty years old. Commu in Lee. SPOUT SPRING. 'Squiro McKinney was at Tord The crop report as of November 1st, was intentionally delay-ea few days for the purpose of giving the farmers an opportunity of ascertaining the final yield of the corn crop, and to get a better idea as" to the final yield of tobacco. This is the last report that the Department will publish in 1013. The next report will be as of May 1st, next rent Monday on business. Mrs. A. J. Curtis has been quite sick for a few days, and is thought to be taking the fever. Mr. aud Mrs. Win. Edge, of Winchester, were visiting relatives and friends near here a few-day-s year. The long drouth in Kentucky has been broken. There has been to start the sufficient rain-fil- l Fall sown grain oir in splendid condition, and stock water in most places is now plentiful. Full grass is starting to grow, but it is too late in the season for any great amount of pasture to be secured. The cold weather and short supply of grass have caused the farmers to begin feeding stock from u month to six weeks earlier than usual. Quite a good deal of Fall plowing bus been done. The final yield of corn in Kentucky for 1018 as reported is 20.5 bushels per acre. The estimate for 1012 was 80.4 bushels. The final yield of Burley 'obacco is reported as 055 pounds per ucrj. As there was an acreage of approximately 175,000, 'his would indicate tlia't the Burley crou of Kentucky would be 115,000,000 pounds. The final yield of Dark tobacco s 503 pounds per acre, and with Gov-eminen- -- timber .and Puokett the land, Three coriteit suits over the re and this tree was thought by Mccent elect iohave been filed iu Kinney to be his by this agree, the Lee Circ ulftj'Court, as follows : ment. against Injured in Railroad Accident. tjiis week. J. T Wright is preparing to build a store house in the village und stock up the same with general merchandise. Mrs. J. W. Burnett, of Butler, Mo, and Mrs. J. W. McKinney, of Tooly, Texas, are visiting their mother, Mrs. Nannie McKinney, near Winchester. All of the parties are former residents of this place. Virden. Killes Ware sohl to Win. Pier-saone calf for $11. C. C. Curtis was on Black ll Slight Chans in R. R. Time Card The L. & N. has changed time again. For particulars Bee' any paper in the .Bluegrass or Louisville. Mountain people can guess at the time to meet, trains, they don't amount to much. any way, and besides thev have to use the L. & N. w walk since that octapus has illegally bought nil competing lines in this territory. Irvine Sun "Suspends. The Irvine Sun has suspended. Kepurlican candidates in their recent campaign, but could not 6taud the 'sour mash of disfranchising the voters of oue precinct, and stealing the ballot boxes in order that his party might win. ence'to-aid'Tli- It eyi(U5jitlxJtlv,cjnB4iio,ei8 Oue man was seriously injured and four freight cars demolished in a wreck which occurred on Saturday. on the L. & E. railroad' on the "Horseshoe" curve be. tween Monica and St. Helen's. The cause was said bv officials to have been spreading rails, and the cars rolled down the embankment, together with the caboose. Mr. Newman, the conductor, was severely bruised and pinned under the caboose, which caught fire. He was rescued, however, by the rest of the train crew and bv people living on the other side of theivjBi .wduMiUo ..assisted: in putting out the fire. Judge Benton's Mr. Wm. Benton, Dies. Arch SnowdenDemorat, L. F. Flanery Republican, for Sheriff j G. .WjPenderg rass, Republican, against. Robert 0. Porter, Demncrujtjfor County Clerk, and Dr. G. WijjjSmith, Democrat, against Green Kilburn, Republican, for Couutfe Judge. All are wailing to see the of the ballot boxes und have a recount o.f the vote. This is the second cop est Flanery has had to defend,! b his Republican opponent iu theipnmary contested and won iut' he Circuit Court but in theCoaCrof Appeals Flan ery won the. division. iu-si- t, Store Advertisement. Mrs. Williams has a two column advertisement in this issue. Mrs. Williams always keepB a full store of the niost stylish and serviceable goods. She always A Popular makes the price attractive and this is certainly an important feature iu these days of high cost of living. Bowen Fined. . Reese Bowen had his trial in the Circuit Court ut,Stuutnn this week for his part of the shooting iu the Bowen-Skidmor- e melee ff ut one year ago when Billy Bowen was killed. lie was' fined $150 00. The jury try-inthis cu6o came from Clark co'untv. g Grass is growing like Spring of the year, and it is warm enough to do without fires in sitting rooms. It all comes in handy, as feed is scarce with farmers and money to buy coal with is limit od in the city. The Mt. Sterling cattle market was good Monday. Some feed ing cattle sold us high us seven Mules and hogs were ceut8. very dull. Eldean Hour $2.40 per hundred pounds, OOo fur 25 lb. sacks, granulated sugar, 20 lbs, for $1, or $4.75 por; hundred pounds, roasted coffee l(5o per pound. Hardwiok & Company, Stanton. father of Judge J. M. Benton, died at his home at Waco, Madison county, Thursday morning after several Week's illness of hardening of the He wns seventy-fivarteries. years old and a splendid Christian gentleman. wheat for next year. A large He is survived by JiiTlge Ben Lexington Leader Sold. of rye, given us 00.5, has his only son and child. His tun, The Lexington Leader has been been sown, and the condition wife preceded him in death in the sold to u company of Capitalists as 03.8. Alfalfa, clover, early spring. of Lexington for $120,000. The orchard grass and blue grass all paper was owned and published show up in fairly good couditiou. Workmen on Strike. All workmen on the Fayette by Mrs. Sam J. Roberts, widow' The rains have revived many of building of the luts S. J. Roberts. The the grasses that looked as if they National Bank have gone on a strike because un- paper will be taken over by the would uot be of any more value. u ion iabor was not employed in the new company January 1st. Hog cholera has abated in placing of the marble furnisbing's. sectioue of the Stute, but is Mr, and Mrs. James Douglas, The contractors employed non- of Northmiddletown, uud their raging in the mountain sections union labor because there were son, Yul. Douglas, of Legington, and iu Westeru Kentucky. Many no union laborers of that kind in spent Friday night with Mr. and of the hogs that are usually fut Lexington. Those on the strike Mrs. Sam T. Curr, and on Satur- toned upon the mast of the timdemand that only union labor be day the father and sou tried ber regions are this year dying employed oir the building, and their luck iu the huntsman's from cholera. Catarrhal Fever, where the class of work requires field. , or Bluck Tongue has broken out it, union labor must be imported a man to couipluiu to among horses iu but oue place iu We had from 6nmo other city. us the other day because ho hud the State, and that is in Southto pay a tux ou hie income. We eastern Kentucky. Express Company's Tax. A great deal of the corn thai proffered to pay his tux und take We see in our exchanges where his income, thus relieving him of has been produced is unsound, the Adams Express Company The supply of roughness is short, pays a franchise tax in other cit- his burdeu, but he didn't und with pructically uo wiutei ies, but if they have ever paid Our Stanton news is shifted to pasture and with feeding beginany city tux iu Clay City it is unning so early, a largo death rate known to us, and if they have the fifth page whore the columns expected among the live not, they should be made do so, are louger which Is necessary to may be stock of the State this wiuter. theBe valuable and too for as many years buck accommodate Wurm, sauitarv quarters are al law will admit of collect- items. us the wuys u good thing for live stock, ing. ' The Clair caso transferred from but are absolutely necessu) county to the Powell where the supply of food is 1101 A number of hogs were butch-tere- Breathitt Circuit Court has beon continued up to the standard. Fanners can last week, and it is feared gave the lives of a great mau, next Court. animals by preparing comfortathis prevailing warm weather to the ble puarters for them now. May for Sal. probably spoil a part of it. will Respectfully, Baled timothy, elover, oats and is said to preserve meat Saltpeter J W NEWMAN, by or the bale, the ton or when common salt will fail, und Com'r of Agriculture. Apply at this olilce. car load. ' borax will keep the flies away. one-third, e We have noticed several sales no acreage of opproxiinatelj of Bluegrass land lately that 150,000, makes the total yield strikes us as being much lower of Dark tobacco about 75,000,-00pounds. The drouth has cut than formerly. One of the sates Burley tocorn about striking forcefully us very und Dark bacco about is a farm of 108 acres iu Favette tobacco ubout county, eight miles from LexingThe preceut of wheat sown is ton. It was sold at public auc$70 00 per given as 01.5 and the condition tion und brought but acre. The farm was on a good of this wheat as 01.8. This indicates rather u largo crop of uike und well improved. 0 one-thir- d one-half. creek Wednesday ou official business. T. B. Ware and C. C. demons attended court at Stanton Mondny. P. H. Piersall was at Beatty-vill- e a few days last week on business. Mr. und .Mrs. John Henry Welln aud bubyare visiting Mrs. Wells' father, John demons, this week. James King, of Winchester, visited Ins sifter, Mrs. E. D. Curtis trom Tuesday till Wednesday Bob White and Mr Rabbit are having a pretty lough time, the hunters are turned loose over here this week. Mrs. Lithe Williams, after two or three months visit with home folks, will return iu a few tlays to her home at Sardis, Miss, O O. Curtis uud wife are exand pecting their sou daughter of Scott county up tins week to spend a week or so Every one here who raised tobacco this year is busy stripping their crops, aud they are expecting good prices for the weed tins . in-la- year. Elizabeth, the little daughter of Attorney Henry Watson, of Mt Sterling, swallowed a pin which lodged iu i.er y cer-tui- throat and had to be cut out by an inc.sion in the neck. The little miss is getting along nicely and will recover. Mrs. M. H. Conrtuey, of Winchester was the guest of Mrs. A. T. Whitt u few days this week. SUNSHINE! The Italians have a saying, "Where the sunlight Is shut out, the' doctor Is let In." Fire, steam and a few powerful chemicals are the only things that will kill disease germs as quickly as sunlight. The germ in the spit of a consumptive, exposed to the glare of the July sun for an hour or two, are e dead or harmless. Nor Is the any more friendly to the other tiny enemies of mankind. Consequent-y- , leave your windows and shutters open for the fresh air and sunshine several hours every day. If you are afraid It is going to fade the carpet, take up the carpet. Bare floors are "leaner and consequently more health-'u- l any way. Instead of carpets use rugs and frequently expose them to '.be fresh air and sunshine, dive the fresh air and sunshine as much access to your whole body as possible. Exercise out of doors dally, with garments no heavier than necessary. The fresh ulr and sunshine, as well as the exercise, will stimulate the action of the skin in throwing off the waste products of the body. Kentucky Tuberculosis Commission. sun--'h.n- uc-cep- t. -- d -- Frequently 'wo learn of some Paris has won its fight for cheaper gas. It will bo remein occurrence that is very valuable bered that tho Uns Oonipauy of news, but yet we cannot get o that city holding both a natural nough information to give tiie gas franchise with a maximum item publication. Often we rUUMSIIEF KVKBY THUKSDAT. rate of 40 cents an J an artificial learn of the death of some per Subscription rates 81 a year or three gas franchise with minimum sou, but- cannot find out when years in advance $2. charges of f 1.10 per thousand cu they died, when the funeral was bio feet, endeavored to supply preached or by whom. In fact J- - E. burgher, Publisher. the natural gas. at tho artificial wo can learn of ndno of the par price. The people of the town, ticulars. The same thing about Entered as second-clas- s ninil matter. and tho city council, acting in marriages. Frequently we can Thursday, - - November 20, 1913. unison, have fought the light uut learn anything except that so company to terms on every prop, and so is married, but do not osition and the gas will be furn. know whom they married or any CLUB RATES. ished at the low rate and accord' other particulars. This should not For the convenience of our subscribers, we have arranged.club rates ing to the provisions of the nat- be the case. Friends of persons knowing anything of importance with the following papers at prices ural gas franchise. below mentioned : should turthfully state the fact This is an object lesson for The Times and city. The citizens of Paris in a written note aud leave or Courier-Journ$1.00 using gas, ordered the company send it to this office. " Cincinnati Enquirer 1.10 to cut off the eupply Not long since we wero paying, or furnish " Louisville Herald 90 it at the natural gas price, and a visit to one of our exchanges " Home and Farm 75 " Inland Farmer .75 the city council labored to pro iu a neighboring town and dur " American Farmer 90 tect the citizens by taking steps in our brief stay there we saw a " Southern Agriculturist 75 to annul the franchises, and they number of evident friends call gained the fight. What has been ing at the office and leaving It seems to ua that one of the done in Paris can be doue in ev items of interest to the papers' boldest robberies ever perpe- ery city if the people of the town readers. It is useless to say that trated in modern politics has and the oflicials will always, as this is one of the newsiest pa been worked or attempted to be in this case, put into practice the pers anywhere in the country. worked on the Democrats of Es- motto of our great Common wealth If you expect, to see something till county. Three Democrats "Uuited we stand, divided we iu the paper that you know were elected to ollices in the fall should be there do uot blame the county in the recent election, editor for his ears are itching for aud another one tied as reported They tell us the labor question news. The reason this item does iu our paper last week. There is a serious question. They also not appear is because we could was some irregularity in the re- tell us that the illiteracy proble- not learu the facts. turns, notably Miller's Creek, m-is a serious problem. The Several years ago the L. N. a Republican precinct didn't educational enthusiasts say send in the ballot boxes as the all should have a high school ed- railroad bought out the Kenlw requires on the night of the ucation ; that it improves the tucky Central lines which let it election, but. the Democrats did morals, and that enlightenment into Cincinnati. In 1892 ital60 n't kick, aud allowed the vote to makes us more religious. This bought the O. & O. railroad, but stand which made the first an- is all a myth. How many labor- this sale was- - annulled, bv the nounced result. When the final ers do you see with a high school state because it was a competing count was made, it was found educatiou, and how many unpro-fane- line of the L. & N. A little latthat the Riddell precinct tally college graduates do you er, it bought out the L. & A. and sheets had not been signed up, the courts held this sale was not then the Republican part of the Education, inclines the mind to in conflict with.tbe state'laws counters kicked and would not evade hard labor in nearly every In 1809 the L. &N. bought out & Cincinnati road recognize the tally sheets when instance, and it does not make us the Frankfort they were signed up after the This sale was annulled by the more religious, but it does make Duriug the night fol- the individual more responsible state courts. The latest attempt laws of Kenlowing, the ballot boxes 'were for the sins that he commits. Ev- to again break the stolen from the Clerk's ofliee. It ery child should be taught to tucky alonu these lines is in the L. & E. If this was then thought the jig was up, read well, calculate, and write, purchase of the but some way a tally sheet was but to break our necks and spend is not an attempt to monopolize preserved. all that we make to give every all the roads of this part of the A contest follows and was tri- child a collegiate education is state what is it? We are against ed yesterday, but we have not only inviting a famine in years monopolies and this is why we learned of the result. to come. We favor high educa- are against the sale. If it were fair to allow a mis- tion, but not for all, because The Woman's Equal Rights take to be corrected iu the Re- some must work and the educat Association of the State has furn-publican precinct, why was it ed man will not do hard manual ished us with a page of plate.' not fair to allow a similar cor- labor. We will gladly use this as our rection to be made in a' Demospace permits, for we are heartiOne of the most impressive in ly in favor of woman's suffrage, cratic precinct? And if the structions ever given to a grand notwithstanding they have greathad fairly won the why steal Democratic jury, that it has yet been our ly surprised us in their vote for precinct ballot boxes when it good fortune to hear, was that trustees. We confidently exwas thought the tally sheet could delivered at Stanton Monday to pected them to hold their vote not be used? The object is obvi- the Powell county grand jury. It on a higher plane than the averous. The Times never believed was every word to the point, and age man, but in this it has been in contests, but we do believe iu every hearer was evidently deep- - very disappointing in many a punishment for dishonesty ly impressed. The crowd was so interested that hardly a move of whether in politics or business. It will be remembered that the anyone was noticed, and the ail We saw n teum from three Sheriff of the county is the ref dience was as noiseless us on u miles of Irvine hauling freight eree whenthe two Commissioners funeral occasion. from the depot horo yesterday to The Judge's reference to the cannot agree. This being true, save freight. My, if the L. & N. bribery cases was exhuus charges more fbi freight on the i no uumucruis oi r.sriu liau a right to expect a fair deal from tive and. replete with facte nudo- - Irvine line than they do on this fiherifr J. P. Alumbaugh, as they pinions of a high character. We line, we pity the merchants voted for him and put him iu of. heartily endorse every word he there. We guess they do or else fice after ho hud been so unfairly said, ub apparently did every one Geo. Ware, W. G. Patrick and dealt with by the members of his in the house, and it was well fill other merchants much ueaier old party, the Republicans. In ed. Every good citizen in Pow Irvine would haul from there inthis they were mistaken, how. ell county is holding up Judge stead of Clay City as they do. Benton's hands iu his endeavor over, to bring about u reformation for How about that two cents a mile rate over railroads? Is travToduy one week will boThauks-givin- good. Tho grand jury receiving tho el in Kentucky worth half us day. The day should be instructions looked to us like much more than it is in Ohio, fitly observed and wo hope to see it so kept. It is not alto-ge- t men determined to do their du- West Virginia, Indiana and othher a day of sport and feast- ty as laid before them, and we er states? It should be as we are ing but should be a day of real are thus looking forward to its forced to pay that much more way. We would like to 6ee thanksgiving sure enough. Let working with great anxiety, and are hopefully expecting to see one good Legislature at Frank nil try to make it such a day this year. None are so poor in this the beginning of an ending of u fort, and if wo ever do we are county but what they can find long practiced evil, that of vote sure the two cent law will be on. buying and selling. acted. something to be thankful for. THE TIMES. - The man who at first agrees with you on every proposition, and urges you to proceed iu a certuin way, frequently is only "soaping" you to got your confidence so he can throw you down in the ditch while he marches on with banners flying. We admire an open enemy but despise the ways of a deceitful creature. The wiser a person is the more foolish his blunders appear to be. There is more Catarrh in this section of the country than ull other diseases put together, and until the last few vears was supposed to he incurable. For a great ninny years doctors pronounced it a local dispase and prescribed local reme dies, and by constantly failing'to cure with local treatment, pronounced it incurable. Science hos proven catarrh to he a constitutional disease and therefore requires Hall's constitutional treatment. Catunh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney fc Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the only constitutional cure n the market. It is taken internally in doses from 10 drop to a teaspoon-ful- . It acts directly on thu blood Hiid mucous surfaces of the system. They offer one hundred dollars for any case it fails to cure. Send for circulars and testimonials. F. .1. Cheney & Co , Toledo, O Sold by Druggists, 75c. Take Hall' Family Pills for constipation. Ai'v. al Prepare for the Cold Comn to Weather By SHIMFESSEL'S and buying what comfortable clothing you need. Everything either. to keep you warm, and not drain 'your pocketbook Suits for Men and Boys, CLOAKS and SUITS ' for . d Women and Girls. '," L They are made to fit and to be Stylish too. Our full fit Slock is subject to your inspection and we know we can you out in what you need, or we wouldn't invite you and trade where you have been buying goods to come serviceable for at twenty-fiv- e prices the past years. Walk I- nis on' Gentlemen and Ladies, Our Fall and Winter Stock for sale. the shelves, ready We guarantee We to save you money on your us Fall and Winter purchases. Come in, let show you our line. are ready and willing 'at any time. Let us sell you your Christmas flour. most any grade. We handle is for sale al Also Perfection, the best that's made at our Perf- put up the Winchester Roller Mills, place at any time. We cordially ask you to buy ection,, far the best, and the cheapest for the price it sells. Perfection Flour, per bbl. in wood, White Pearl Magnole cotton. i $6.75 6.40 6.00 g y WM. ADAMS Xena, Ky. & SON, mmmmmmmmmmm AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION. Farmers' Week at the Agricultural College. Every farmer in Kentucky should be interested in the apy proaching meeting of the Corn Growers' Association, especially in view of the fact that it is associated, as time and place, with most of the other leading fanners' organizations of the State. The advances made by Kentucky in the last few years in the production of a good quality of corn have been rather remarkable. It will be of interest, to many Kentucky fanners to know that in the classes offered for the best ten eare of white dent corn at. the National Corn Sjhow Kentucky 6tood first among: Ken-tuckre-yar- privilege of having it placed in competition. Farmers' Week constitutes the opening of the winter Short Course of Ten Weeks which is arranged for farmers who cannot spare' the time and money to take a longer course but, win) want to gain sonie' valuable audjpnictieal 61ggestjoiis as reguris better farming. For further information, address T. It. Bryant, Ti Supt. Extension Division, Experiment Station, Lexington, Ky. The dame Laws. New Flag for Kentucky. A hew Hug for the Slate is proposed by the Kentucky divis- a ion of the Daughters of the Confederacy, who have undertaken to suppl v a "new anJ bplter flag." The plan of campaign is described as follows; One sidetn be a deep blue field on which appears two men grasping each other's hands and the old legion, "United We Stand, Divided We Fall," othe titer a white field denoting peace, the center a profile head of a woman and a man encircled by this le- SPECIAL SALE ON Ladies' last-year-, the States. The 'annual meeting of the Corn Growers' Association is to be held on Wednesday, January seventh, 1914, but the corn show will continue throughout the week of January fifth to tenth. The program of Corn Day will be made up of lectures and demonstrations bearing on soil fertility and other fundamental questions upon which the growing of corn like any other crop depeuds. Besides the corn show, which will include the cereals, there will be in progress durinn the week educational exhibits and competitive shows io. horticulture, dairy products aud poultry, and a tobacco show. It will be seen from this synopsis that fanners whose larger interests represent these various lines of agriculture will be brought together for a general convention and for instruction by.noted experts, and all has been crowded into the spaee of one week, that those especially interested in two or more farms specialties may without great loss of time attend both conventions, aud others if they so desire. The other conventions are those of the Beef Cattle Breeders' Association, the Kentucky Dairy Cattle Club, the Kentucky Sheep Breeders' Association, the Kentucky Swiue Breeders' Association, the Kentucky, Horse Breeders' Association, the Poultrytnen the Bee Keepers' and the State Horticultural Society. In most cases at least one specialist will be brought from a distance to deliver the principal address at the meeting of each one of these associations. The women's department has not been slighted, as special arrangements are being made for work in home economies which will be of great value to women who "ive in rural communities. They will also be very much inshow, the terested in dairy products exhibit- and convention, aud perhaps in the bee keepers' convention. A prospectus of this week to work is beiug prepared and will be mailed free the-poultr- gend, 'In Unity Invincible." This flag will be presented to No person shall hunt without license; provided, however, own- 'he. General Assembly in 1014 ers of In ml, their child if resident, uvd offered for adoption for the tenants or their children if resi- next century. dents may hunt on their own land 'An Ardent Fighter." or leasehold or land imnlediateiy The Olav City Times announcadjoining theirs. es that the size of its paper will Hunters must carry their li- shortly be enlarged and the subcense while hunting. scription price will be changed License may be obtained from from fifty cents a year to one County Clerk. dollar. Both are steps in the Lawful to kill Quail, Novem-1- right direction. Fifty cents a to January 1 ; pheasants, No- yeas will hardly pay for the vember 15 to January 1 ; doves, while paper the Times will use in August 1 to February 1; wood a year. For manv years the price chuck, June 20 to Febrnarvl; of commodities have been adwild goose or wild duck, August vancing until they have soared 15 to April 1; rabbits, November almost'out of reach, but still the 15 to September 10; black and newspapers have either mainfox squirrels, June 15 to Septem- tained their old subscription rate ber 15 and November 15 to Feb- or lowered it. The Times is an ruary 1. ardent fighter of the ''soulless Unlawful to buy, sell or offer corporations" and its editor, Mr. for sale at any time, any quail, J. K. Burghe , is now preparing pheasant or wild turkey. suit to have the sale of the L. & Unlawful to receive or trans- E. railroad to the L. & N. set port, any 'wild turkey, quail or Winchester Sun. uative pheasant, unless lawfully One riore Citizen Uets Justice. killed and in the possession of Some time ago G. A. Reed, of the hunter. Shelbyville, bought a car load of An Object Lesson. cattle at Mt. Sterling and shipped A concrete illustration of the them to himself over the O. & O. power of a common purpose was but the O. & O. doesn't, go to recently had in a bit of road Shelbyville; it therefore deliverbuilding in Northeast Michigan. ed the cattle to the L. & N. at Between Bay City and Macki- Lexington by special agreement naw City was a highw ay of 250 with that mad, and the L. & N., miles of road, swamps and cor- to suit its convenience, routed duroy road. The citizens of the the cattle by Louisville which section wanted a good road, and caused delay in their arrival. The resolved to have it and have it O. & O. could have delivered the quick ; so 8,000 farmers, business cattle to the Southern Railroad men, professional men and land- when they would have gone owners made day ladorers of straight through to Shelbyville, themselves for one day. They and thus avoid the delay. The brought 4,000 teams and 750 au- roads were acting to suit their tomobiles. The women to the own personal advantage, and thus number of 2,500, undertook to damaged the shipper, whereupon come and feed the workers along Mr. Reed sued aud was awarded the route. So they brought bas- $250 damages in the lower court, kets and dishes and great boilers and the Court of Appeals has just full of coffee aud made lunch- upheld this decision. eon that a king might well have Tight Clothes Injurious. enjoyed. When night fell there Tight corsets on women and was a stretch of graveled roadway where atsuuriso had been tight belts ou men are constant only an impassable trail. It pass- causes of serious ailments of the towned through forty-eigstomach, according to surgeons ships, in eight counties. attending the Clinical Congress Eldeau flour $2.40 per hundred in Chicago. pounds, 00c for 25 lb. sacks, granulated sugar, 20 lbs. for $1, or $4.75 per hundred pounds, roasted coffee lOo per pound. "He Inherited consumption"! ThU 1b the way a great many people acIlardwick & Company, count tor every case of the disease. Stanton. It, some5 ht and Children's CLOAKS, Ladies' and Children's Shoes, Suits and Skirts. Also have Some Good Values in Dress Goods, Trimmings, &c. and a Good Line of Underwear FOR MEN, WOMEN and LITTLE FOLKS. We invite your inspection and don't forget our Nice Line of Groceries and Heating Stoves. We INHERITED! upon application. A very attractive premium list has been provided for the corn show aud for the other shows where competitive exhibits are to be made, which will be sent free upon request. Some may not consider it worth while to send such corn us they have which has necessarily been produced under very adverse conditions duriug the past season, but it must bo borne in mind that ull have suil'ered from the same cause and the chances will be Those who cannot atteud the, show are entitled to send their corn by express with tho 1 Are You a Woman? m Cardui The Woman's Tonic FN SALE AT Ml MWNtSTS 94 If the parents did not have times It la maintained that the disease was transmitted by Inheritance from some more distant ancestor. This Is baby of all nonsense. The new-borconsumptive parents Is not affected with the disease. However, when a case of consumption In the family is being ignorantly or carelessly handled at home, It is perfectly possible tor a little child to be Infected at any Urao after birth. That, however, Is not inheritance; a healthy adopted baby would suffer the same fate. It does not matter even if all of your relatives died of consumption, you need not necessarily travel the same dreary road. If you will live as much as possible In the open air, eat plenty of simple, well cooked foods, and no other, exercise, bathe and. sleep regularly, and consult your physician as soon as you seem to be breaking down, there Is no reason why you should die of consumption. Kentucky TnhreulnU Commission. n can Clothe You, Shoe You, Feed You and Warm You as Cheaply as Anyone. Very Truly, Mrs. J. W. Williams. THE A HOME-MAD- E TIMES. PAPEK. A. U. Stanley denies that he will drop out of the Senatorial race in the interest of the Governor, but says, "Tho die is cast, and win or lose, this is a fight to the finish, ' so far as I am THURSDAY, November 20, 1013. The ladies of the Methodist church will give another of their LOCAL BREVITIES. successful food sales at Mrs. AdAndy Ledford, of Crab Orchard, ams' samplo room Weduesday, was here the latter part of the p. m. November 20.. Come and week. get your Thanksgiving dinner-chick- ens, . cakes and etc. on sale. The Methodist church is being A Gentle and Effective Laxative. treated to a 'new galvanized met A mild, gentle and effective laxaal roof. tive is what people demand when Mrs. J. W. Mize, of Vaughn's suffering from constipation. Thou Mill, i3 visiting relatives at Win sands swear by Dr. King's New Chester. Life Pills. Hugh Tallman, of San Nelson Pucketi and Robert Antonio, Tex., writes: "They are, Mcintosh, of Irvine, were here beyond question, the best pills my yesterday. wife and I have ever taken." They never cause pain. Price 25o. at MrB. G. W. Anderson and childruggists, or by mail II. E. Buck dren, of Mt. Sterling, are visit- len & Co. Philadelphia or St, Louis. ing relatives in the city. Adv. On November1 5 there were women elected to tlu Superintendent, of office of Schools in Kentucky which is five more than were ever elected at any time before in the history of the State. There are now twenty. twenty-fiv- e HOPE MILLS AN UNEXPECTED QUEST for lunnhrun or dinner will enjoy home-made Chicken is about the cheapest, meat obtainable now. Hens can be bought for.six cents per pound. Ducks are not over eight cents while geese are plentiful at seven cents. Any of the above beats buying beef or hog meat at the price. Leaf tobacco held by manufacturers and dealers, other than the original growers, on October 1 to 1,108,270,411 amounted s pounds compared with 1,859,252,-5!)7pound- ' tbe delightful trial of breud that is mailt; from the IVurl Hour. The loaves made from tills high grade (lour are tine, light, white and of tempting tUvor and a satisfying lueheon cm be made on the excellent bread (with sweet butter) I., .t. !.. uinui- - r null .1... UA.I num. int; till wnit if 1. 1 Made by J. ANDREW GAIN, Versailles, Ky. on 1 April 1, 1918, and 1,047,404,500 pounds on October lastyear. The Family Cough Medicine. In every home there should be a bottle of Dr. King's New Discov ery, ready for immediate use when any member of the family contracts R. L. Shimfessel and J. F. The Henry Clay Fire Insur- a cold or a cough. Prompt use wi'l Ware drove through to Winches ance Company of Lexington, has ter yesterday several hundred bought the United American stop the spread of sickness. S. A Stid, of Mason, Mich., writes: turkeys. Company, of Frankfort. The of "My whole family depends upon J. B. Hall was here Saturday fice of the Henry Clay will be lo Dr. King's New Discovery as the and helDed to oncn the huntinc cated on the third floor of the best cough and cold medisine in the new 15 story Fayette National season. He in connection wi Bsnk building after January 1st. world. Two bottles cured me of many others, report poor luck. The Henry Cluy Company by the pneumonia." Thousands of other merger will have a working cap families have been equally benefit J. B. White, ital of $700,000 which makes it ted and depend entirely upon Dr. of Irvine, and W. T. Ogden and one of the largest fire insurance King's New Discovery to cure their 0. F. Spencer, of Winchester, companies in the South. coughs, colds, throat and lung were visiting attorneys at the troubles. Every rose helps. Price, Women Who set Dizxv. Every woman who is troubled 50c und SI. 00 All druggists. II. Stanton bar Monday. fainting and dizzy spells, E. Bucklen & Co. Philadelphia or The fourth annual show of the with Louis. Adv. backache, headache, weakness, de St. 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, Kentucky Corn Growers' Associ ation will be held at the College of Agriculture, Lexington, Jan. 1914, in connection with Farmers' Week. Hundreds of fruit trees were delivered to various land owners of the county this week. Mo of them came from Southern nurseries that have had solicitors in the county during the season past. Cow for Sale. Red polled heifer cow two years old now fresh. Apply at thisofiice. billty, constipation or kidney troub should use Electric Hitter They give relief when nothing else will, improve the health, adding strength and vigor from the first dose. Mrs. Laura Gaines, of Avo ca. La., says : "Four doctors had given me up and my children and all my friends were looking for me to die, when my son instated that I I did so, and use Electric Bitters. they have done me a world of cood." Just try them. 50c. and $1.00 at all druggists or by mail II. E. Bucklen & Co., Philadelphia or bt. Louis Adv. les It's the Cutting Edge. Your scythe may have the proper "set", may "ring" true, have back' of ample strength and still be wanting in tho cutting edge. Often, scythes that are perfect other-wisehave one or more soft spots along edge are not uniformly the tempered have a hidden flaw. But the one defect means the difference between a good and a poor soy the. , Winchester, - Ky. mi ' m Come to Our Store And let us show you what a nice line of'goods we carry. are a perfect product of the scythe maker's skill. Perfect from point to heel from cutting edge to back. The steel used is of aneztra special high grade. Blade is oUi.nish with polished edge and baolc. Sharpened ready for use. we have every confidence in the quality oi Blue Grass Scythes. That's why we canaflord to guarantee them. WM. ADAMS & SON, - XENA, KY. BLCi: QUASS SCYTHES HARDWICK and COMPANY J Fall and Winter GOODS. Our Fall and Winter Joods are now in. We want you to see them, and compare quality and prices to that of other dealers. It is to your interest to do this, for you should learn where you can get the most foi your money or pro- Our stock of Dry Goods, Notion"-- , " Groceries, Hardware, Clothing, Shoes and etc. is replete with TREES! Pruit and Shade, Shrubs, drape Vines, Peonies, Phlox, Rhubarb, Roses, etc., etc. Everything for ORCHARD, NO AQENTS Variety, Style and Quality. THIS COMBINED WITH OUR LAWN and QAROEN . FREE CATAI.OQS GROWERS OF WHAT WE SELL. 1841 1913 Low Prices Make H. F. Hillenmeyer& Sons, Lexington, Ky. it to your interest to give us a good share of We Htrive to please our customer be- your trade. cause weknowsatisfiedTcustomers are ourbest assets. C CAPITAL STOCK. 8100,000 'A DIVIDED PHOl'UTH. 200,000 TUG Yours to please,. I U P Of Winchester Bank, WlNOHHTKH, WALDRON k Ky. JOHNSON, ; JSMIOM.Y WlTIIKKHI'OON. K W. I'HKM, J 'A duce, and where you can find the best selections of both the now and staple styles. We ask you who do not already know to give us a chance to prove that we can savo you money. To you who deal with us and know we want to say we feel that are in even better position to satisfy your wants and give you better values than ever before. We can not here call special attention lo every linj we carry, but want all to know that we handle ''Queen shoes for men, Quality" shoes for women, "Walk-Over- " school shoes, Hart, Schairner ife Marx "Hunter Hrown" "Tho it System" clothing for men, "Aster" brand hats for men, "Arrow" brand men's shirts and collars, 'Duck Ilrand" rain coats, for all, "Hall Hand" rubber And if in need"of any of the following it will footwear. pay you to call. Dry goods, notions, women's, misses' hats, neckwear, unami ehiluren'H coats, derwear, umbrellas, hand bugs, lace curtains, trunks, suit rug', und etc., and etc. In fact see us for anything you nei d. We handle The Bain wagons and get them by the car load, and wdl give you the benefit ol the differ-enc- e in price. Jf in need of one, ask some one about them who kn,oww them and get our prices und we will surely make the sale. ad ready-to-we- ar It. OAMUIHtt. JJ Waltersville, Ky. l'OUK ACCOUNTS SOWOITKI) A jLtt.i, ? Hardwick & Co., Stanton; i'l i'Ai'SXt V3, Yi StS, Yi.xa.ie Appeals he continues. "A wrong t. society and to the security of our Institutions Is accomplished Wo are sorry to lonrn of the when the elector is corrupted, as death of Judc Honton's . father no deadlier blow can be struck at last week and the serious illness civil government than the one thai of his wife at the present, time. is aimed at the right of tho voter His mother was buried only to cast a free Im'lot. The bribe seven inontes ugo. taker and the bribe giver, in high We are enjoying: a quiet time and low places, are the greatest, in Stanton now while Court is in most persistent and must insidious session, as many of the law vio- fees that modern government has lators are out of 'town or else to contend with, for the evil effects k'oping very quiet. As soon as of their corrupt bargaining impairs Court is over some of thorn will the strength and weakens ihe effreturn, and we will know that iciency of every department of they are here pretty soon. We government that it touches. are told that some of the boys The bribe taken und the bribe givalways have business away from en are alike denounced by the town when Court is in session. statue. The offence of each is Before the election came off equally odious in the sight of the we used to see a few of the vic law. Doth are enemies of good torious candidates out to church government." Then Judge Ben "I don't know but since then they have failed ton continues, to show up. It is strange how what percentage of the voting men when they are running for population of your connty is but I know and you an office will take forgoing to know that it is alarmingly high church all of a sudden and then after it is over they have no and that it is increasing with apEveiy hotly more use for us. Mister, there palling rapidity. you contested primary election breeds will be more people vote for next time if you will make it a a new crop and starts a r'.w strain regular habit of attending servi- which runs into your general If the traffic in ces and take an active part in votes in this county has grown the work. in seventy-fivyears from nothing There are two signs hanging to eight hundred or a thousand up in the Court House forbidding men who now sell their votes, persons to spit on the floor under what will the number be in anotha penalty of a five dollar fine. er twenty-fiv- e or fifty, or seventy-fivBetter take those signs down years unless something is Mr. Custodian of the Court done, not only to cheek, hut to House, as few, pay any attention stop it, to actually kill the beast? ,o them; or else call the atten Do you not tremble and shudder tion to the Court to the matter for what your children and grand and fine a few score of men. children may come to unless you This will soon put a stop to it. stop it? The responsibility for There is an accumulation of years letting this evil, this- crime, grow tobacco juice, diseased spittum and become fixed on our people, rest and .excretions from tuberculous lungs on the floor and around upon the last generation and ours, and if it is to be stopped, the task the stove, and it is a menace to is yours and you must meet it the Ileal th of the Judge, the now. If you shove away and jury and everybody who sits in stave off the meeting and settling the room. What about it? of this question yo.i ouly shove At the Presbyterian Church your children and your children's l ist Sunday night the ladies of children into the mud which you the church gave a missionary liuve side stepped and refused to prograinwhich was greatly en clean up. Are you the kind of j yed by all. At the close the men to do that? It is up to you members gave their Thanks gentlemen to takt the first legal Offering as a contrjbution to the step towards cleaning the county work in India and Africa. This of this festering sore that is feed thank offering was money given in on our body politic, and is eatabove what they felt they could ing nioro ravenoudy each year. afford to give, and not what The duty is yours to stop this1 they didn't need. That is a true traffic in votes and to stop it now. spirit, of aiving to God, to give Now gentlemen, you know till it becomes a sacrifice and we and I know that some of these proMiss Kabele gave a visions of the law were violated feel it. in splendid review of the book, the recent election. What are you '"The Mansion" by Henry Van going to do about it? Somebody Dyke and it would bo well for is guily and the guilty should be everybody to read that book for punished. The law must be via the, wonderful lesson it teaches dicated. The outraged sentiment about those mansions in glory. of the people in this county demands that au Circuit Court- began on Monday example be made of these who de- and there was a good siz-- crowd fled the law, and that a lesson be ou hands to hear the Wtruction of taught that shall never be forgotJudiiu.l. M Denton given to the ten. Tho duty of taking the next Grand Jury. The writer has lisstep to bring about the punishtened to many instructions to ment of these offenders is yours. Grand Juries, but th,oxe given by You can't pass it over to anybody Judge Denton were the best we 't else. The proposition is u simple heard. His principal instrucone. Shall the cause of righteous tions were on the use of money ness, or shall the cause of evil K and whiskey in the buying and triumphant in this county? The hulling rf votes. There could1 be decision of the question cannot be nothing better given in the Clay postponed.. The Issue bus been City Times than those tendered and must be met. I beIn full, but us the writer's space is lieve you will meet it. Your task limited to two columns eauh week, is not a light one. Now he will give a brief nummary. gentlemen, I leave this matter in "The theory of our government Is your hands with the confident that it reMs upon the intelligence, hope that you will meet the sitdiscriminating and patriotism uation courageously and honestly, judgment of (he voters, and this and tuke such action as will at theory is thwarted when the voter once and forever rid your county is debu uulied and procured or in of this pernicious and corrupting iluenced to vote by dollars and practice:" This is but a tenth cents or other sordid means." part of Judge Denton's charge to Then quoting from the Court of the Grund Jury. STANTON NEWS. the highway and Henry Caudill $25 and 10 days to go at the bottom of this in jail for same offense. Morgan terrible evil, and it is our duty as Boone fined $5 for disturbing the citizens to come to his aid and do peace. Kcese Bowen fined $150 all in oilr power to rid our beloved for shooting Henry Skidmore. county of these vote buyers and Report balance of Court news floaters in our midst. nexi week. des. we We regret that cannot give 'shooting on determina-tian it all, but it shows his ' NOTICE. T have visited each Magisterial District in the County according to law and after having done thi, all who have not paid their taxes are required to come to my ollice nnd settle on or before the first day of December. After that date a penalty of G and C interest will be added, and we will at once proceed to collect these taxes ns the law directs by levying, garnishecing and e Every man who is a true citizen and has the interest of his county and her people at heart, will help in this great, fight. As Judge Benton well says, This is not a question of politics, but it is a moral question that vitally concerns our government. Eldean flour $2.40 per hundred pounds, (iOc. for 25 lb. sacks, granulated suuar, 20 lbs. for $l, or $4.75 per hundred pounds, roasted coffee Klc per pound. Hardwick & Company, etc. Stanton. T. C. nail, Sheriff. e e - Tho following men compose BOOKKEEPING For Sale. Dm.I...A Dk.aii.Mnti.i the Grand Jury: J. A.- - Rogers, Cow, 8 years old with young 1 irHWKl 1 INb and Foreman, Thus. Coulee, 'Jr., calf. A. J. Curtis, TELEGRAPHY Worth Garrett, Edward Rose, R. SMITH BUSINESS COLLEGE Spout Speing, Ky. WILBUR ml Saeassor to ComnerrM fo'tap o! I Eohenit)' iMorpcntel j, James Hutson, Chester Evermuu, lit Prtildent baa yean ol experience In mercantlln bailnex, Old newspapers for sale at' this and bankingand m'nm'u alwSi years educating 10,000 Millard Shearer, A. M. Potts, for enceeei. 0t3Knter now. Tonne men AddrrMWILnlU II. NHITII, JLexInetan, Kj. Henry Faulkner, Bert Eaton, office. Adam Kirk and Frank Crowe. The writer does not know all these men personally but he is informed by the Editor cf this papor that they are a splendid set of men. We are glad of that, and we feel that they will do our county a service iu investigating That an account with a Clean, Strong Progressive Bank all infractions of the law. We are also informed that we have gave you a considerable preSlige in the business world? good petit jurymen. The petit juryman can do more for the Accounts of all sizes welcomed by the county than the Grand Jurv. The Grand Jury may make a thorough investigation of the condition in the county und make many indictments, and then a petit jury will take that case and either acquit the man or else bring in a verdict of guilty with the lowest flue atCLAY CITY, KENTUCKY. tached. If a man is guilty then him the limit. He knew he was violating the law when he did that act, then let him pay for it. I here were two cases tried at '5 this present term of court which s re almost identical. One jury have our Fall and Winter Goods in g.ivv ihe man a fine of $100 while the other jury gave their man it will pay you to come in and look only $25 fine. As long us juries will mike a fine the lowest pen our line over before buying elsewhere. We alty we will have violations of are here to sell you goods at a very low marthe law. More stiff flues will help wonderfully in purging our gin. We pay the best prices for country procounty of law violators. And says, "A few as Judge Bentor duce, eggs, and butter. We bought your more convictions for perjury would help tremendously." produce last summer, let us have it this win- Sul Lirison was fined $100 for Did it Ever Occur to You Clay City National Bank, WE t Did Toh Ever Derate aa Entire Day Digging Port Holes? PROBABLY la i ter i In looking baok over our day's work we like to feel that wa have accomplished something, be it the digging of post holes or the useful exertion of our energy is some other direction. Your day's " show- - TOU HAVE AND MORE THAN THAT. Ing" lies not In the amount of work, but In the amount of holes K law-lovin- law-abidin- g - jjy m m m and we will take of you next summer. Stay with those who stay with you. Butter, 25c ppr lb., eggs 22c per doz., Salvet in size from 75c to $2.25. Sold on a written guarantee or money refunded. Galvet 25c per bottle. For sore galls, finest thing out. Wine of Gardui, 6 bottles for $5.00. Velvo in 50c size, best thing out for children. Big deal on, now come on with your orders. Save 1 your money by trading here. ev-i- BLUE GRASS nut bumtou WORK POST HOLE ins Lowe & "WE USE" Crowe, Kants. j DANIEL BOONE AXLE GREASE With the Blue Grass you can with because it has the BtifTeat blade and cuts the deepest hole with the least expansion of handles and least exertion. The handles aro hickory, the frame malleable Iron, tho blades OCTAGON shaped FORGED steoL The Blue Grass has so. many good points over any other Post Hole Digger, that wevd really want you to try It There's always a little plot of ground around our premises available for the purpose. - XENA, KY. V M. ADAMS & SON, the same amount of labor accomplish far greater results dig more holes . And don't have to greate but once a week. Mafc ta KMtucky by CHAS. C. STOLL OIL CO. Lexington, Ky. SYMPTOMS! Mot one person In fifty knows accurately tho symptoms of The doctor can detect some hlngs which the layman can not; but the following signs anyone can notice. conThe commonest symptom Is of tinual cough, cither a few spas-ncoughing each day or a little hacking rough at intervals all day long. A slight feverish condition between one and seven ot;Iock in the afternoon, generally about 4 o'clock, and sometimes lasting only a half hour, Is common sign. It a person has both tho cough and the fever the trouble is almost surely tuberculosis, especially If combined with a steady loss of weight; a gradual loss 61 appetite; a feeling of being continually tired or lack of Interest in life, or night sweats, the other common signs of beginning consumption. Any one of these persisting for some weeks should cause the person concern and send him to the doctor. Don't delay. Delay Is dangerous! Find out what ails youl Everything can be gained and nothing can be lost by knowing whether or not your affliction Is beginning-consumption. s an-thtubor-culosis. tlay Baler for Sale. Full steel chamber and plunger. If The poothing, healing medication carry, the Tin will shortly en- - in Dr. Hobson's Eczmm ointment None better. Virtually a bmd new used large its size 2.), mid its qtmli penetrates every tiny pre of the machine, havingiellbeen the but ton days. Will for ty douhlf, if possible. To do this skin, clears it of nil impurities low price of $100, or will e trade Barn's to livestock or crowing it will require .inie money. Wo Biops itching instantly. Dr. J K, Burgher our delinquent subscribers son's Eczema Ointment in guaran-wil- l corn. d rash, here take a l int if.it is tonpeedily heal eczenm, venient to them, otherwise wait.es, ringworm, tetter nntl other un- until it suits them, but we need sightly eruptions Kczema Oint the use of the money, either way ment 1b a doctor's prescription, not it goes. Until we enlarge tho an experiment. All druggists or by Alake Your Wet Land Productive. paper we will accept, subscrip- mail, 50c. Pfeiffer Chemical Co., By the use tile you ear. tions at 50 cents por year. After Philadelphia and Sr.. Louis. Adv. turn thnt ovr, wet, useless, swampy field into the most productive that date the price will be one dollar and the paper will be then Some folks accuse you of be spot on your farm. Good tile, properly placed, not only curried off well worth the money. ing bund to an opportunity surplus water, it admits nir to t)e Mosfortune gives a post gradu- when you merely refuse to soil and mukes it easy to work. bite. It improves any soil. The inoiunee ate course in experience. In the value of the hind is inuuy timex the cost of the tile Tne first r mntrfyi r ,tnttT oniro year's crop from tiled lund pays tW4& lelSV V stlsl Ulltf&J r02 BAW FUE3 for it. Any body can do the work Alii) HIDES. successfully. Write for particuWooICettmtelon. T?ritet lars or ci'll nt oui plant. prlc41sr3cntlKilngthlaa The Times to Enlarge. all pliinp in w mapped nut Eczema and Itching Cured. aton-iBhin- g Hob-hopcon-'tee- Very. Serious It Is a very serious matter to ask for one medicine and have the wrong one given you. For this reason wo urce you In buying to be careful to get tho genuine EMJVck-DraugH- Farm Drain Tile of-drai- T Liver Medicine The reputation ok' this old, relia- - n ble medicine, for constipation, in- - y digestion and liver trouble, is firm- - fr ly established. It docs not imitate other medicines. It is bp tter than others, or it would not be the favorite liver powder, with a larger sale than oil others combined. SOLD IN TOWN F2 , Kentucky Tuberculosis Commission. TMirwsTr JOHN WHITE mm eft. A ijrrUHO. KY COM BaVTAnLISHID 183T r TaBiavaa. Kx. Red River Brick & Tile FaWifi About, us soft, ii job as we cun illumine is tlwit of un innocent look iim, sweet-lncesweet-voic- ed Company, STANTON mm f KENTUCKY OVER 6S Y CARS- EXPERIENCE Onurami Irsillsr to hkmi nurr lstirwdifttostM Lite Xial'Cri (twain. Vl.l In sll i School, of Kmitackr. Cannes anil Ksrlr Frr Cnnie. Tuition,1'lmrtMv Atwliivwa. Two slMI I lallorlM.anrnoAelooliool. srHUrenhool, Trtiiilaf strlssiinw. a wrrt mslpn I inn School for Teachers female book aupnt culling on the bachelor trade. tmsxlsm. Deiel"Heaee. It. fmirla Trna cuweerr. April S.r j Qt QRABHK, I, se'ill'lM riMlTrik1.l Sthool r opoo. Ja.c I PresMf' j HsaaaaaaaHsaa TRADC CaPYRiaHTB Ac. skelrh and deserlftlonaisr Anronasendlnf qnleklr ascertain our oirinlon fraa wheliisr an larention Is probable patantal1a. Comroanlra. tlansstrlcllf conOdentlnl. HANDBOOK on ! tents aunt f rea. Oldest aaencr for aecunnsr Patents. l'ntenta taken throuah Mnnn ft Co. raeelrs tptclal notUe, without charge. In the' Demons Marks Broutawl in TAOt.MAKS, tVrvs lstnnl. Send . mi sipost oiiH'rwiJj.ly InexdnslTtlr., oac.tt . v ni ..T" ul on HOW TO OalbiM i M vrtileti ones will I' Bend 2 cms In t r n lv n Saves Eyes SckMitlc flmcrknHa Your sheep, hogs, cattle, horses and mules are subject to deadly attacks of A nandaomelf lllnstrated weaklr. Tjureat dr. dilation of any sclantlSa Journal. Terms, K a months, $1. Sold by all newsdealers. iD.swin seo. PATBKT LAWVERS, 303 Seventh St., Washington, D. ti .q,iu in KICu ...Ismils-i.mo, for utimot. a. lulonnatloa, nl lo"k vatf.hts, partner, 14s the Lamp Oil that Nothing li more Important in tha home than clear, steady Ufht. Insure) sme oy KcinDK u oil mm Dams clear and clean wlihont a flicker down to the last drop. Pennsylvania crndt oil refined to perfection. Coats no more than the Inferior n tana-wagooil Bare MONET WORK earee eye. Your dealer baa OOLITE OIL in barreia direct from our works. fiUNN Branca Office. Co.". Mew York K F St, Waahlmtoo. D. C C.J worms. These ravenous pest3 multiply by the mifflona, Starve your stock, keep them poor, weak, and out of condition. urn' THINK OF IT your piece tf woftia aaiffclr and la a medicated stack salt that win rid cmjr animal oa Mo dosing-- , na dranthlnc Just put keep them worm free and fcealtnr. No pay If it tails. They will doctor themselves, thrive (aster, and It where all your stock can run tort freely. Is not atpsnslvs. We carry it In ala. sites from 7J flesh. - Sal-Vput' on money-makin- g t. up. Comelnandcetapsckato try. You will be pleased with tha results. I WATCH IT IrWI Ml rjl j The Great Worm Destroyer ami Cemmtenee Far Sate taMIMsTam Cfias. C. Stoll Oil Co. Lexington, Ky. We sell Refinery at War re n. Fa. the celebrated "No CarV Auto Oil. bfi Here's iinimeut that isgnnVnntecd to relieve all aches, or you get back your money. Lowe & Crowe, Rosslyn, Ky. Headache, tfeuralaia, Backache,' Rheumatism, Sore Feet. Coras other pains quickly' yield to the soothing iniluencu of thia wonderful remedy. anil ARE KENTUCKY WOMEN FIT FOR CITIZENSHIP? THE WOMEN OF NINE OTHER STATES ARE. MAP OF MTED 5BHE5 MING PROGRESS OF EQUAL SUFFRAG- E- iflsk if time. For Your floney Back auiie in any body in lifteen minutes part of your it fails to relieve any 50c at druggists, or by mall, postpaid l QHHEUMATISMtf Bourbon Remedy KY. Co., I nRaaSs57Tsi4aaeTalei "jT LLXINOTON, HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE After Fear Yean ef DiscearagiBf Ctmeltiw, Mrs. Baleck Gave Mute Shaded had gotten so weak I could not stand, and I gave up in despair. I Smu 57wi3-Ko5ufritt- -- F0a 5umw6L Swu-Bwt- wl GE. tell it was Helping me. two miles without its VHtt3UrTRAG 13 BCfDrTEVoTErTl tiring me, and am doing all my work." Catron, Ky, In an interesting letter fCPTEMBSt. MX BuMim Fta fl Secoho legislature If you are all run down from womanly from tills place, Mrs. Bettie Bullock Bom Bom 5mmto Jo knva. writes as follows : "I suffered for four troubles, don't give up in despair. Try may ing for woman suffrage In tbelr plat- years, with womanly troubles, and during Cardul, the woman's tonic. It has helped A bill will be presented to the Ken- the people, Kentucky women tucky Legislature In January asking a vote In the elections of 1916. forms. There Is little doubt that the tills time, 1 could oaly sit up for a little more than a million women, in its 50 The women of njne Western states (people of both states will vote on tbe constitutional amendment granting to women of Kentucky the right to are already full citizens. Kentucky can constitutional amendments In 191( the while, and could not walk anywhere at years of continuous success, and should vote on all questions submitted to no longer lead as she used to do In the If Kentucky has to follow New York surely help you, too. Your druggist lias advance of freedom. The question now and New Jersey In; let her not wait all. At times, I would have severe pains the people. sold Cardul for years. He knows what If the bill goes through the Legis- Is bow tar .behind will she follow All for any more states or tbe "etfutu in my left side, lature ot 1114 It must be agreed to by the Western Btates will soon be In the Kuut" to precede her. it will do. Ask him. He will recomThe doctor was called in, and his treatthrtM-rUthof nil the members elected fold. In the East tbe Issue has 'beIf governments derive their jum o es-'Heme the question will be come so paramount that In New York powers from tbe consent of the gov- ment relieved me for a while, but I was mend it. Begin taking Cardul today. t the people In the fall of and New Jersey this year all three poitfcjtr erned, then the consent of every adult HVt tot Ladles' soon confined to my bed again. After AJvl&nrv Dent., Chattanooga Muklne Co., jVammaI lS;t. f uunmlniemt Is passed by litical parties included plsnks declar- - citizen should be asked. fthstlaiuvwo. T..n fn ca Initructitmt en your cast andM.esge book, tyome that, nothing seemed to do me any good. Treatment (or Watneo," sent In slain wrapper. Swthwl IP Uf'm Detfair. Haubud Guae to Rescae. At last, my husband got me a bottle of Cardul, thewoman's tonic, and I commenced taking It. From the very first Black ATB dose, I could tenforr Comi Ruhts f ItxinoTon.Kr. sskUtm can now walk J ??3msWm&miz s ! ... .