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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): December 18, 1913 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1913 cla1913121801_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.): December 18, 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 CLA 4k 7" ITY TIMES. CitjjjSnrroDniiDg Country and Oarselvcs. .1. 8i.oft a Year in Advance. ' ' W'i are here to help Clay E. Burgher, Publisher. VOL. To XVIll. CLAY CITY. TO RrJHURSDAY, OUR'SfttsCRIBERS. DECEMBER J8. 1913. Government to Buy Telephone Lines. NO. 6J Our Thanks. Political News from Frankfort. Teat the Amendments. George G. Speer, of Frankfort, A dispatch from Frankfort, Senator-elec- t the Four- says: from Saturday filed a Capt. W. E. Stone, of Lyon teenth District. ,j ii i r in the State Fiscal Court to County, Commissioner of Tenrestrain Gov. McOreary from is-- sions of this State, may announce a proclamation declaring in a short, time for the Demo ii ui the constitutionar amendments providing for the working of convicts on the public roads and the classification of property for taxation, carried at the November election. The constitution requires constitutional amend inent8 to be advertised not less than ninety days prior to the &te of the election and this was overlooked by Secretary of State Crecellus. The suit is to test the validity of the amendments before a bill is enacted changing the'tax laws of the State. The Franklin Circuit Court has ruled that the vote on these a mendmeiU is illegal. The case will be passed upon by the Court of Appeals at once so as to give the Legislature an opportunity to enact laws aceordinglj nust (live up Correspondence. The L. & N. Railroad was asked by a resolution of the U. S. .Senate to surrender certain correspondence bearing upon the investigation of that road to be con- ducted by the Government. Attorney Stone, chief couusel for the road, promptly refused to Mr. Stone in so doing comply has placed himself in contempt qf, Jlio Senate, which is a, very seri- investigation of the company's be made. We unlawful acts hope to see the Kentucky part of the octopus of the South thoroughly looked into and that road ,be made obey some of the State JawH, that our State officials refuse to do. It is a matter of Treat pleasure to know that a Tennessee Senator is not afraid to do his duty. w-.l-l Every subscriber of the Times is this week seraa statement of their standing our book, and each 8ubgcribf not paid six months ahead lis billed for one year ahead. Wfejrust every sub cratic nomination for Governor scriber will marko it convenient in the next gubernatorial pri to pay up to j j. si , .iv? any V mary. way, thus pay te at the upgin- ... Lieut. Gov. McDermott, of ning of eaiih y ( win oe easily . .v . Louisville, Commissioner of Ag- rememuereaf.v id. much better riculture Newman, of Versailles ; for us. Theri lore than $1,000 and Attorney General Garnett, due us on sul ription. Think of Columbia, are contemplating what this wouM?mean to us in making the race, but have not the airirrecatefahd vet what a made any public announcement small matter tdreach of those in ' JE of their intentions. O.immission-e- r arrears. Newman ,is certain to make leaving off Send a moheft-'ordethe race. Having been a mem- uendiug us as rinich as it takes to ber of the Senate, a professor in buy the orderjjmd pay the post-agthe State University, secretary of Or cheoKs will do, but the State Fair and Commissioner please send iri,ettne way, if of Agriculture, ho feels that he that .tub editor with all is qualified to announce his can- our readers, nxS.Y have a "Merry didacy as a farmers' friend, or a Christmas". farmers' candidate. of'joWell County. drandson The work of Lieut. Gov. Mc Following rtuniudorsement of Dermott in routing the lobby from the Senate, and raising that Grant E. Lillyfor' Circuit Judge body to a dignity never before in this district his paper, the made him disliked by the Madiuonian. says: representatives of the big inter"The foregojijg lines from our ests, but' strong with tho votes of friend J. E. Bifjgher, Editor of the State. the Clav Cit$$uues, are very Attorney General-Garnet- t will ureatly appreciated, by us. Mr. depend largely upon his success-- f Burgher lias 'dtjjrj'a great work ul conduct of his ollice to make a tor Powell cou&W "..with his endorsepaper wiuniug race. Capt. Stone, if he by him olf.our record as an decides to make the race, will, in ment all probability, be the last Con- official and ' iKiy xtKinu personal federate soldier that the voters words ,tnal&8;TOteeXt?00(1 a8,de. a r e. coir-venien- The Government will most likely be empowered by the coming session of Congress to buy up the long distance and local telephones of the country. The plan is to equip the telephone wires also with telegraph instruments and operate' both the telephone and telegraph business of' the The editor is under many obligations to our Stanton correspondent, for tho nice lines he pens and adds to his items this week. We hope every reader will carefully peruse the whole letter from Stanton together with poetical lines and oblige our correspondent, as well as Returns to Clay City. t, Charlie Groves with his wife owning their- ownjines, is from and little son are at the home of 5 miles to 1 cent per message. Mrs. Jennie Russell where he it In the United States the average very sick. His health failing h? cost of the Bell system is more will not return to Cincinnati than 2 cents per message, and where he has been holding a re1 cent by the independent sponsible position with a big lines. lumber company for several e The American years. rates are enormous in comparison with the European rates. In maSPOUT SPRING. ny instances they are 600 per Tom Ware ie laid up with grip. cent, higher. A telephone conSid Townsend visited his son versation for a distance of 800 miles costs 80 cents in Europe at Jeffersouville Sunday. and $1 80 in this country. 'Sqire McKiuuey has sold a The method of financing the yoke of oxen to Harg Allen for Government purchase of tele- $175. phone wires is detailed in the Mrs. Edith Lowry, of Normal, plan as follows: 111., is with relatives at this First, the Interstate Commerce ut leng-distanc- country. The average cost of telephone rall8 in many foreign countries, nt Commission shall apraisethe telephone equipment of the country. Wlr.le this is being done the Government is to pay 4 per tent, interest on the stock of the telephone companies.. When the value has been fixed by the Commerce Commission the Government, is to issue 8 per cent, bonds. place. T. S. McKinney made a business trip to Winchester the first of the week. A. J. Curtis is confined to his home with a carbuncle and an attack of the grip. J. T- - Mouse,, Wright, has his newBtore reaay lor occupancy, ana , , ,, r We are 'ti grandson of Powell pay county and have the interests of holders of the telephone compation is due him, because of the its people very close to our nies or to give them the option defeat he received in the famous heart." of taking the bonds. Mu&ic Hall convention and will The proposed plan does not inElder H. D. Clark, aged seven depend upon his legislative, con. volve any decrease in the local paster of the Mt. Ster gressiunal and departmental reconce. It does ling Christian church for the past telephone rifles at ords to win the nomination. eail for a readjustment of the Assistant Attorney General M. twentV8ix years, expired very rates. A flat rate M. Logau is expected to make suddenly at his home in Mt of 1 cent per word for telegrams Sterling Tuesday afternoon. The the race for Attorney General. for distances of COO miles is pro Rev. Mr. Clark is the father of posed for telegraph messages. Max Clark, formerly of this city. Wedding Announcement. Regarding the plan or saving Lumber Company Buys Land. Cards are out announcing the Do vou realize, Mr. Farmer, the present telegraph companies Brodhead-Garret- t Co. has pur- marriage of Miss Alva Hefliu, of absorption, chased of R. P. Rose the Thomas Clark couuty, to Mr. Shelby Har- what it is worth to you to know from governmental is held that the Bell and indefarm lying in the bend of the ris, of Madison county, Wednes- each morning the market value it of your live stock and other farm pendent phones reach practically river south of the city compris- day, Dec. 24th, at Winchester. " every point in this country now ing about ninety acres for $4, The bride is the eldest daugh- products? Don't you realize that by the Postal telegraph 000 00. The company wants to ter of Air. anu Herbert Hellin, ignorance of market conditions reached and Western Union, and the purraise their dam below their mill formerly of this county. The af- for one day only might mean matwo properties nnd the purchase of the land is fair will also tend to further cel- ny dollars to you? Is not your na- chase of the latter would amount to tho purchase of said to be made that they will ebrate the marriage of the par- tional prida strong enough to systems. have no damages to meet. The ents of the bribe who were mar- force the desire to know daily the duplicate farm at the price is considered a ried at Spout Spring jusi twenty, phases of the trouble between Cattle Oo Up in Canada. the United States and Mexico? .rare bargain. three years ago. Snce the tariff has been taken Only a few days ago Admiral bovines which Fletcher of the United States off cattle, the Mrs. J. F. Ware were Mr. and Only one week till Xmas. If were previously about $10.00 per the guests of Dr. and Mrs. Win. you are in doubt about the right Nany threatened to tarn tho guns head cheaper in Canada than in 0. Martin last night, and they kind of present to send your of his battleship on the Mexican this country, have gone up that together with Dr. Martin left this friend, compromise by having city of Tampico unless the fightthe price of beef morning for Lexington to have the Clay City Times go to them ing then going on between the much there and ine only remains tho same, rebels and Federals in the streets an operation performed on their one year. trouble is tho farmer isn't get baby. of that city, and endangering little The trial of Maude Tipton, at the lives of our citizens and oth- ting his share of the juice. OthCattle on the Mt. Sterling mar- Irvine for the killing of Merchant er foreigners, ceased. This er tilings are just as high in pro. ket Monday were very high and Reuben Todd at that place some would have meant war, and any portion as cattlo and hogs. Then the Bupply the lightest in years, weeks ago resulted iu a hung act on any day may bring this re- why not let them remain so? only about twelve hundred in jury. sult. Track laying on the new rail t)ie pens. Steers sold from Co to, The Lexington Herald, 13. Eaton had a .growth reJ. road from Irvine to Winchester 7c, and cows uttd heifers from Co Kenmoved from one of his feet Mon- the leading dally of Central has begun at both ends of the 0c per pound. tucky, is now offering a mail rate line. day and will necessarily bo of $6.00, when paid in advance, to his room for teu days. The Reading Room has been Mack Gravett, after two years for the daily and Sunday issue changed from the sample room Sam Carr was in Lexington for one year. Why not subscribe trial of tho Bluegrass, has moved at the Central Hotel to the Monday on business. now and see that you are kept back to Hardwick's creek. school house where the publio is posted on what is doing in all the Judge Loviug was in Frankfort world, including your own neigh Mrs. Sam Carr is visiting Mrs. invited to attend any afternoon ou business Friday. B. M. McPherson at' Winchester. of school days. orhood news. vFp.ii buuii'j .u vuitT race. lie feels like the tui iu atomic nomina- uew stock oi gotra8.;Johuuy Bib many friends who wish him unbounded success in his uew ven- , ture. r, Kimbrell. (LAST WEKK.) long-distan- Post Stone hut about completed his new residence- O. M. Wood, of Powell Couuty, was here last Monday. Ellis Crow, of Hendricks county, Indiana visited relatives here the past week. R. L. Barnett, of Paducah, state organizer of the Farmers Educational & Cooperation Union, made an interesting address at the school house last Friday night. Real estate 's changing hands here now. We report three sale the past week. John Shepherd bought of Tom Clem his farm for $1,200 00, Tom Clem bought of Ben Stone his two farms for $1,150 00 and Ben Stone bought the farm where Mose Patrick now lives of W. G. Patrick for $2,500,00. four-months-o- NOTICE. have visited each Magisterial District in tle County according to law and after having done this, all who have not paid their taxes are required to como to my office and settle on or before the first day of December. After that date upon-alt- y of drc and 0 interest will be added, and we will at once proceed to collect these taxes as the law directs by levying, garuisheelng and T. con-line- d . etc. T. C. null, Sheriff. J W1 Ji At one time the writer and others uppenred before the city Council and offered to build two bridges entering' this town jointly with the county for $1,500 of PCBUSUEr KVXUY TI1UK8DAT. the town's money. The Council turned the proposition down and Subscription rates $1 a year or three years in advance $2. later built one bridge, at n cost to the town of$l,200. Threahun-dre- d !' B. burgher, Publisher. dollais more tlien would have gotten another bridge thai; Entered as second-clas- s mail matter. will now cost the town $1500, TOE TIMES. aman,' of Mississippi, have declared their belief iu the principle of government ownership, and Senator Chilton, of West e Virginia asserts "that the is right, and Jt think we will prin-cipl- have to come, to tlUs it sooner or lat- Thursday, , , - - December 18, 1913. which is of course only one-ha- lf er." That sentiment does uot rest entirely among Demoby crats, has been emphasized statements from Senator Kenyon and other Republicans in support of government ownership. Buy Christmas CLUB ' RATES.. For Uc. convenience of our subscribers, we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned: The Times and Courier-Journ$1.00 ' " Cincinnati Enquirer 1.10 " Louisville Herald 90 - " Home and Farm. 75 al " Inland Far,mer,.. i ,.75 Q0 i " i' American Farmer , Southern Acriculturiat r 75 That the question of,,,gove,rn-niei)- t ownership is sogu Jo be determined., in Oongressinj-cVirerl- . i, Success seldom ipmes to arYfan b'y. Ihb Prosiaenroifye'ssage who is foo lazy to'gb after it, regarding the proposed'. Alaskan hor Sale. Mr; City Miih. Postmaster railroad, is emphasized by. ( the My farm of 120. acres at General' Burleson only came in- movement headed by RepresenKy , including store houne to office on March 4th of this tative Lewis, of Maryland, genand stock of goods. For further year and lust summer he changed erally supposed to be acting m particulars call on or write W. G. the limit f rem 11, pounds to 20 behalf of the Administration, Patrick, Postmaster Kimbrelj, Ky. pounds, and, now he changes it to who will push legiglation'to purPRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. 50 pounds, which is sufficient ev chase the long distance lines of ideuce for the belief that in less the country as the first step tow Services 2nd and 4th Sabbaths of than a year he will ask permis- ard government ownership of i each month. f sion to carry p'uekakes for the telegraph and telephone lines. Prayer Meetings, Wednesday even in8Bv ,, weight A number of Senators, including public of Chas. G. Mann, Pastor. through the postottico. It is the Martine of New Jersey 'And "Vard- geueral belief that the endot express companies is in sisht and that in a few years they will be taken over by the Postoffice Department, which should have been done many years ago. -i 100-poun- The weight limit of parcels poet packages will be increased Jan. 1st from 20 pounds to '50 pounds. When the parcels post law was enucfed it provided that the Postmaster General could enlarge the service and change the limits, by and with the consent Commerce Commis' sion. With a limited weight of 20 pounds this service has already proven a great blessing by bringing the producing farmer into direct , communication;, with the city consume,!-,-, ynd.. with this raising oi i ne limit, ro ou, ppuuus not only will butter and eggs and vegetables be more largely shipped liut also poultry and fresh meats will be sent directly from the producer to Hie consumer t herd byvivi ug greater prosperity fit i die funiier anil at 'the Intone' . the total cost of the bridge, the Well, this country has done county having to pay the othor what many people thought it as they did hi the old couldn't, do, run foe a while at Clay City bridge. We hope the Fiscal Court of least without thefJolonel being Powell' county will not do a simi- on the front page of all the dailar thing and prevent our got ting lies every clay in t)ie week and a5 grade road between this ou Sundays for a rarity. place and Stanton at. virtually no 'If you want to rnake good in further cost .whatever. As we this world let boozo'alone", says leirn. the applicants are offering John L. In other words a soliloto pay all the damages as to prevent a quy taken irt time-wilmake the road to a sermon. v. grade and build the bridge .5 on the new roud for the same Letters of congratulation from candidates almost of money that it will cost defeated to build the bridge and approach- makes one believe what was said es at Hammons ford plus 'the about them during the camcost of the one trustle at the new. paign. 3t one-half Presents Early Headquarters for l right-oftwa- OHRISTMAS PRESENTS. Make your Husband, Wife, 3 bridge. JThi&looks fair on the part of the applicants to us, and it seems that, the. court should uccept the proposition at once. Personal feelings should be ast aside and t lie best interest, of all the peo-pishould be considered, taking the facts, in. the,, ;cnse as a.' basis for their rensoning.Tatlior that opinions of persons biased, in the s matter, or the, opinions of. not having fully studied, the e per-,sAn- 'Sometimes enterprise and progress do not pay,: Eggs were cheap enough before We, hud incubators and cold storage plants. Powell county.se'emeth to be slow in taking hold of roads at even, nominal figures! 1M well-grad-e- We know some people who are never happy unless they have something to Worry "about. situation. . picking cot Texas farmers.'-mton at night, that's the sort pf nioonshining that pays. e Father, Jlother, 3rother,Sis ter, Sweetheart, a present from some of the many nice Articles to be found at our Stores in' FURS, Cloaks. Suits.1 Kim-brel- l, Skirts, Mlinery, Shoes, Hats, CLOTHING, Jewelry of all kinds, Neckwear, Umbrellas, Perfumery, Toilet Articles Fancy andArtMaterials d It is simply wonderful iow the character of our national Government is being so rapidly transformed in the interest of the people since Woodrow Wilson became President of the United States last March. The Currency bill which will be the greatest act that has passed Congress in 'the last 50 years for.emuncipat-juan uuthrottliug business, will l)e passed and become a law most likely before Christmas. The scope of the Parcel Post service has been greatly enlarged so that .on Jan. 1st, 1014 the Postoffice Department will carry packages weighing up to 50 pounds within !00 miles of the point of shipment. Furthermore, it is well known that President Wilson and the Postmaster-Genera- l arj now seriously thinkingof recommend ing to Congress that the telegraph and telephones be taken by the Government, as they have been iu England, France and Germany and run in the of the people instead of iu the interest ot the stockholder?. g er st Prepare for the Cold Weather By Cowiag to 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 Mrs, J. W. Women and Girls. They are made to fit arid to be Stylish too. Our full fit Williams ST" i : flock is subj'ecl to your inspection and we know we can you out in what you need, or we wouldn't invite you to come and trade where you have been buying serviceable for ' goods at twenty-fiv- e prices years. - Marriage is more often a dis appointment than a fuilure. the paft IHsVWsMHMMMMHMMi : rr 6) mmH 'red cross ' jfp Buy Hed Cross Christmas Seals! One cent each I Not good for postage! Use only on back of mail matter! Issued annually by the American Red Cross Society, and sold by thomilliona all over the United States to help finance the campaign against Consumption. The proceeds of the sale in Kentucky will be used in Kentucky, and, as far as practicable, in the locality from which the money fs derived. Supporting visiting nurses, sending prophylactic supplies, and directions for home care, to consumptives, and establishing open air schools, arc some of the ways in which the Kentucky fund will be spent. uuy seals or tne local agent, u tnere is one in your town, lr there is no agent, ask to be appionted local agent, or supply your own needs by a moil or der. Address the Ked Gross Christmas Seal Capaign, Capitol Building, Frank fort, Kentucky. STANTON NEWS. Miss Broad entertained her Sun day school class Tuesday evening. D. R. Clark had the misfortune to lose his valuable cow a few days ago. Mrs. Margaret Vance has been visiting in Mt. Sterling this past week. Arthur Johnson, of . Liverpool, Ohio, and a former student made a , flying visit to Carl Welch's home and a brief vk-- to Stanton on Sun day evening. We hope that the next time Arthur comes he will stay longer and give the rest of us a chance to look into his face and grasp his hand for a handshake. it Sant Hardwick, of Winchester, friends in town over Sunday. was visiting 1 Little Mabel Eversole is very sick with pneumonia but is better at his writing. s Mr Doc Arthur and his daughter and Mrs. John Arthur are in Mt. Sterling this week. Miss MoDill's T ' father, of New uonconi, vnio, was. visiung nia daughter over Sunday. Mrs. Myrtice Conlee and two children, of near. Paris, Ky., are visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. D H Clark during the holidays. Floyd Clay has gone to take charge of the store in Bath county that J. H. Hardwick recently pur chased with the farm he bought. Mi6s Helen Welch was called to Winchester last wetk on account of the illnesH of her aunt, Mrs. Porter. She is much better at this writing. who is in Louisville a Military Academy at will return home for the holidays where his friends will he glad to see him. Mr. Colson Blackburn Mr. Charley Rogers and Miss Mary ltice were married at Winchester few dayB ago. Mary is a daughter i. .in .r hv ilii'm in iiiir ..iwii. Rogers moved to Winchester from here about one year oco. ' ? ... The house of Mr. Blunt took fire Tuesday night about live o'clock and by quick work on the part of Mr. Blunt it was extinguished before it had gained headway. He climbed on to the roof and cut a hole in it and thus put the lire out. t All ot tne teachers but one are going home or to visit friends in other states during the holidays. Prof, and Mrs. Hanley will visit in Pennsylvania and Ohio as will also Miss Frances Kabele. Mios McDill will visit her home in Ohio and Mips Broad in New Yoik. Prof, school work was discussed and Welch will hold doun the lid till plans were made how to carry on they return. the work more effectually. Great stress was laid on the problem of There will be in entertainment and of the at the College on Friday afternoon the rnnntrv church changes it is undergoing at pres beginning at rue o'clook. First Is "thinking of there will be a basket ball game if ent. If anyone spending their vacation at some the weather permits, then there the writher will be spelling contests, potato Doint of interest would advise them to go to race, college songs, arithmetical contest, victrola nnoio and other Chattanooga. happenings. The public is invited When you have a little item, SEND IT IN. to be present. There is no time like the present to Many of the schools will close begin ; We'll appreciate it too this Friday. Miss Anna Hardwick JuBt like we always do will give an entertainment at her If you'll promptly send your little item school on Friday afternoon as will in. also Richard Crowe at his school. "hen you hear that something's hap- There will be several other enterpenea, MAIL IT IN. tainments but the writer cannot name which are the schools. Please It will only take two pennies worth of tin; send your items in if you want noYou'll feel better every day tice in the paper. All along life's rugged way. If you'll think about the printer , so Rev. Mr. Moore, of Lexington, negin. bus rented the Morgan Lyle house If you know of any news of note and will move here in a few days. Phone it in. The writer lived a neighbor to Bro. It will make us smile from forehead down to chin ; Moore for two years in Lee county It will drive away the blues knows him to be a fine man to and When your neighbor reads the news, come among us and we welcome him So phone your local paper phone it in. to our beautiful town. He is a When you hear of somo occurrence Methodist preacher and has three Step right in. points near to Stanton. We will greet you with a"howdy" and a grin ; Choosing the Right Present. pound? of ittnkiiig two of the large hums and some spare ribs. Are you in doubt about a ccrtnin Somo rnscalwaa feathering his present? The Youth's Companion Christmas dinner all right. It iB has proved to be one of the best a all a me that we have men in our that can be chosen. Perhaps you have not seen it lately, and are not community who will steal. quite sure. Then let us fend you The Rural. School exhibit of Suppose Powell County will be held at a sample copy or two. the College building this coming you ask for the issues containing Saturday, December 20th. Tho the opening chapters of Arthur exdibit will be open at 10 o'clock Stamvood Pier's fine serial story of in the morning and on tho same life in a boys' school "His day there will be a gold medal Father's Son." If vou look the given by Mr. Falls, of Clay City .paper over carefully, bearing in such to tho scholar giving the best mind that there are fifty-twnumbers for a year's subscription declamation. There will also be spelling bee. of $2.00, we are sure that you will nn old fashion Lvorvljodv is invited to take in say that a better present could not this great day. Let us all turn ou be chosen, whether for a young and encourage our young people person or for an entire family. For the year's subscription of iu their school work. As this is will proba $2.00 there is included a copy of a county affair there The Companion Practical Home bly be a large crowd in town Calender for 1914, and all the These exhibits in other counties issues for the remaining weeks of tre a great Success and great this year, dating from the time the crowds attend them and we trust subscription is received. that the people of Powell County If you ask for sample copies we will send with them the Announcewill do her part. ment for 1914. The writer had a fine trip down The Youth's Companion. to Chattanooga, Tenn. last week. 144 Berkeley St., Boston, Mass. He visited the famous battle New subscriptions received at Lookout field of Mountain, thi office. Missionary Ridge and Chicka mauga in Georgia. The scenery around Chattanooga is wonderful and the places of historical in terst are many indeed. Some day the writer may give a brief nar- rative of the points of interest in and around Chattanooga. The Conference on Sunday School Work was'solendid. There were men from an over tne sourn there. All phases of Sunday o Uoebel Mentioned for Governor. It is now being gossiped in political circles that when tho next race for the Democratic nomination for Governor is made n up, Justus Goobel, the Covington politician and brother of the late William will be one of the entrants. Mr. Gudjel has been very active in State politics Biucc the present administration came into power aud led the fight for the franchise tax of the railroad corporationg, now pending in the courts for settlement. He is an uncompromising and anti-co- r poration man and has many other characteristics of hi6 lamented brothor. His entry in the gubernatorial race would add sest to what already promises to be a most interesting contest. Mt. Sterling Gazette. well-know- Gce-bo- l, The Governor's Mansion will be ready for occupancy before and Gov. McCreary wilt give a reception. 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The Presbyterian Sunday school will give a treat to their scholars no Saturday afternoon at the uhurch. The Christian church will jjive an entertainment on Christ mas eve and a treat will also be to the children. All are Siven invited to these treats and entertainment. Rev J. W. Hall, of Lexington, but recently moved from the West, preached at the Christian Church last Sunday. He is a splendid preacher and everybody spoke in high praise of his sermons. H is a fearless speaker and very forci-biHe will return for the fourth Sunday of this mcnth and we trust that a good crowd will greet him. Mr. Eli Tliarp, of Lee County, has bought the farm of Sherman Tharp and Sherman has bought the farm of. George Derickson and George has moved into the house reeently vacated by Green Oaudill's father. Mr. Caudill has moved back to Owsley County. Mr. Tharp's things came in on the late train Monday night and lie left lus meat in the depot. Some one entered the depot that night uud stole ninety live print tho news And 'twill save our only shoes If we do not huve to chase tho items in, If you want to help the writer out Talk up nice. He will take your items in a trico ; For ho likes to holp the Editor To niako the Timos a noway papen You can do so, so tako your choice. If you want to help your county Be a neighbor. Become a subscriber for this paper ; For you owe it as a man To help this paper all you can, So send your money in to Mr. Burgher. For we liko to The Clay City National Seeks Your Business On its record and is prepared to care for it If to this paper you're In arrears Send a check. For we're anxious for that press That the Editor is ready to buy But which costs so very high, Bo this matter do not neglect. Clay City National Bank, Accept apology for last three verses. Old newspapers for sale, at this oflice. CLAY CITY, KENTUCKY. I hundred pounds, ment to all thejsubsequent life. Eldcan flour $2.40 per hundred or $4.75 per 10c per pound. roasted coll'eo We are often asked, should a uenco go to college, u ot an pos pounds, 00c for 25 lb. sacks, Hardwick. & Company, granulated sugar, 20 lbs. for $1, Tho average life of horses and young man or woman go to col- siblo. Stanton. s the thing of vuhiclcs may be increased and the lege? Vifden. uoat of hauling reduced, accord- going to college or nit, is in tho air. We hear it discussed a great (LAflTWBKK.) ing to the Office of Roads, of the Department of Agriculture, by deal and he ir many arguments Preston Combs had a good lelocating many old roads and the both for anil against a college work maro to die from some un more scientific laying out of now course. As to tho propriety of it known cause., ones. The uatural tendency in let it be said that it all depends H. G. Snowdbn sold his crop of road building is to build a on so many circumstances that a tobacco to Jv Q. Everman for 10 direct unBwor is' impossible. straight road, whether it goes Here are a few prices: That every young man or woman contp straight. steep grades or hills, or not, W. A. Curtis and Robert and pulling over these grades should go to college is just as 800 yards Old Hickory Cotton, per yd., 8ic naturally adds to the wear and nonsensical as that no one should Ware, of Dundee, visited rein " i 5c Simson Calico, 500 go at all. Real genius' is inde- tives here Sunday. tear on horses and vehicles. 9c value, " pendent of ail conditions, and Killis Ginghams, 2jc 300 Tho doctrine of the Office of Ware took his crop of to great50 c Brown Serge, 75c 30 way hence some of the world's Roads is that the longest bacco to Winchester last week est men never entered a1 college and sold 90 c Shirts, $1.25 is tho shortest and most Men's Woolen round for 9 cents. way home, and that door. Such was the case of each, 50 c Caps, $1.00 O. 0. Clomons was in Winches Lincoln. It always seems frequently by building a highway 1 1 20 c Boys 50c Saturday to" see how tobacco to us that a college education ter around a hill or grade, but little was selling as he has a nice crop per yd., .9 c 2 bolts Window Curtins, appreciable distance is added and would have spoiled him and for sale. crippled his rare genius. But all 3 pkgs.. 25 c Raisins, seedless, this is more than offset by the re such men have a training of some Mesdames Sarah Adams and Cried- Peaches, large ones, per lb., 2c duced strain of hauling. kind and equal to a college edu Tempie Todd, of Powell's ValleV, Beit Granulated Sugar, The chief drawback from the 5c ' visited Mrs. P.B. Ware one day owner's point of view is that the cation. Yon get your weight here at these prices. But ou the other hand all other last week. laying out roads on this principle college- ed G. W. Curtis, ot Pine Ridge, of avoiding grades necessitates, things being equal, a ucation is necessarily of great and Preston Combs, of Fall's in some cases, running the roads value. Because a few or even thsough good farm land or or Branch, Were the' pleasant guests We have an Store now, it will many college graduates are fools at 0. 0. Curtis'. Sunday. chards or pasture instead of go pay you big to come and give us ing round the farm line and is no argument against the col Elic Piersall, wife and three building the road through old lege. The college connot change children, of Kiddville, visited a call. We welcome all of men or women. If worn-ou- t fields and over rocky the nature they go into college hb impracti the former's brother, Win. Pier knolls. This, of course, must to our place of come sail, Saturday and Sunday. raise a question in the mind of cables they will as a rule college devel Since the cnld'spell set in hog business. the individual laud owners as to out the same. A ops, but does not create. It is killing is, going on in earnest. whether the cutting up of his an artificial institution and not a All hogs that haven't been killed property by a road yields him iu- The question will be butchered this week. dividual advantages and so bene- hupernatural one. Rosslyn of going to college or not cau onH. B. Faulkner, of Dundee, fits his community as to oil'set Merchants. ly be solved by knowing the man was in this neighborhood Monday the use of such laud for a road, or woman, the college and the doing some surveying for Messrs. or to overcome the inconvenience circumstances incident, to the Preston Combs and of having his laud divided. In J. D. Stan-hopcase. Here, as in all cases, ev also, a line between W. V. this connection the Office of ery tub must stand ou its own mm Niblack and Combs. Mr. Faulklioads points out that the runbottom. Individuality must be ner gave satisfaction ning of a road and the resulting toall parti js. Many persons will traiiic through a good farm, consulted. Our blacksmith' here has or not take an education any more where there are good sheep, cat-- : than some coarse rough stones ders, for six newground plows to tie, horses, grain, fruit or vege. will not take a polish. To at have therri made by February 1st. tables, has a certain advertising tempt to educate them is to and may get. orders for several rvalue and in many instances throw away time and money. It more soon. Seems like somebody make the laud more valuable, encourage false ambitions is going to do something around lu other cases, the importance, of is to to breed disappointments. here. Hurah boys, don't get dis and such a level road to the communcouraged if the' past season was ity is so great that-i- might well On the contrary, supposing the almost a failure. possession of a good mind and repay those using the roud to character, there is nothing that Walter Potts, night watch at give the farmer the' equivalent cau add to its power and useful the cut, had quite a joke played Our Fall and Winter Stock is on the shelves, ready in land equally good in place of ness like a college education. ou him one night last week. He what he has sacrificed to the for sale. We guarantee to save you money on your Here the mind is taught to work. left his midnight lunch in the Common welfare. Fall and Winter purchases. Come in, let us show you The foundation may be laid for shanty At any rate, the Office of Roads, all future growth and develop a few and came up to the store minutes on business. While our line. We are ready and willing at any time is now taking special paius to ment. A college education of out some person went in and bemake clear the economic advan- the right kind and in the care of ing hungry ate the lunch and Let us sell you your Christmas flour. We handle al tage of avoiding steep grades in the right person is capital invest- went ou without being seen. He their roads, even at some sacri- ed and well moil any grade. Also Perfection, the best that's made invested It is not was supposed to be a hobo. fice of better land. Investigation simply, a money investment but put up the Winchester Roller Mills, is for sale at our tabows that the laying of such also a mind and heart investment Timber Lands Wanted. place at any time. We cordially ask you to buy Perroaos over lulls has resulted and brin (is pleasure and enjoy- I want to buy a tract' of from more from attention to preserva fection, far the best, and the cheapest for the price two thousand to ten thousand acres tion of farm lines than from sells. of timber land in fee, for' immedj scientific attention to the probate operation. If you have any lem of road building. Perfection' Flour,, per bbl. in wood, $6.75 land to cell write me fully uivirig According to the testimony of 1 " " cotton, number of acres, stating whether in White Pearl' 1 6.40 solid tract or not, kind and quanti farmers consulted, where a horse Magnole 6.00 ty of timber per acre, on what wii .might be able to pull 4,000 lbs. The Rufus P. McCord homestead, ters, if any, distance from railroad ou a level road, it would have consisting of approximately Send and lowest price per acre. difficulty in pulling 3,000 pounds plat or bilue print if you have one up a steep grade. The size of On receipt of this information if I am interested I will ituniedintuly the load, therefore, tends to be send same one to look at the lund. measured by the grade of the In Madison County, Kentucky, & ten miles froth Richmond, JAMES 5. LA KIN, 403 Capitol largest hill ou the road to marwill be offered for Bale on the place, st. CharleiStoiVW. Va. ket. In a number of cases act- on -- u. 5 ual experiment shows that the of roads around hills Tuesday, Dec. 30th 1913, has been accomplished, either at the hour of 10 o'clock A. M. It be with no addition in road length will us aoffered in Veparuiu tructb whole. and Are You a Woman ? iu some instances, and with the This is known as o in of the best adding of only a few feet to the bluegraes farms in Mudleon CounDANIEL BOONE AXLE GREASE highway in the others. The e ty, with all necessary buildings Urges Relocation of Roada. Hlfh-Grad- o Why Go to College? Now-a-day- . BIG XMAS SALE.I f 1 i - 1 - up-to-da- te Lowe & Crowe, e, Walk Ii Gentlemen and Ladies. t ' Public Sale 400 ACRES ut WM. ADAMS SON, Xena, Ky. Of-Jic- , "we m knows of no case where a properly rolocated road which has cut out grades has led to any question as to its material reduction of hauling costs. The health officers of Kentucky adovcuto a law which will put the count health departments iindfr (mo inn u instead of a I !!. I. and improvements, in condition. ) Terms : cash, balance in one and two years at nitf per cent, interest, vecured by Ken on !u ml. The right is reserved to reject any and all bide, Personal property will be sokl at a later date to be announced. C. W. HQWARD and HKT11&NIA MuCORD HOWARD. Long Tom Chennult, Auct first-clas- s One-thin- And don't have to greate Tin FN Waal's Tonic but onde a week. SALE AT ALL MWTS 4 Marie k Kentucky by CHAS. C. STALL OIL CO. Lexington, Ky. A Tilt A HOME-MADE TIMES. PAPER. December 18, 1911. El. lean Hour per hundred pound?, for L54 lb. sarkp, .. i .i :u II. nr-Tigrauiiiareti sugar, i.jv ins. r or $4 75 per hundred pounds, rousted cofl'ee (! per pound. llardwfck &. Company, . $2.-1I . , I ' THURSDAY, Stanton. W. Arthur Conk, M year-olson of J. Wesley Cook, of Daviess county, has won the hoy LOCAL BREVITIES. championship of the State of Kenlie the shortest tucky for the largest amount of Monday will i v of the duy of tlio year, and corn grown this year on un aere nfti'F tli lit- date the days will be-i- of ground, his record being 131 bushels and 1 peck. to grow longer again. d I : - Friday Rear Admiral Fletcher (ioiinliaiidiiig tlm American naval forces in Mexican waters, order-ethe rebels and Federals at Tampico to cease firing, threat ening to open upon them with thegunhoat Wheeling if his or der was not obeyed. Both sides complied with the order. d USE mvv rfc u iivi t 17 AN UNEXPECTED QUEST for luncheon or dinner will enjoy the delightful trial of bread that is made from the Pearl flour. The loaves made from this high grade flour are fine, light, white and of tempting flavor and a satisfying luulieon can be made on ihe excellent bread (with sweet butter) .111.1t 10 1. .1 11 .I uiauu- r iiiu nuiu it- - man uuur. home-made s 1 Each individual in the United n Postmaster General Burleson The Kentucky Prison Commisa Kentucky Congressman sion, in its report to Governor, that he will not. recommend a McOreary, say that whipping has "deat heat" to any office. been abolished; that the prison affairs have been taken out of An illicit still in North Caro-lin- a politics, and that a rule has been exploded the other day and put in force giving prisoners a scalded the operator to death. percentage of their earnings. The worm will turn sometimes. to'.il States iq theoretically 22 cents richer this year than last, accorr ing to the annual report of the Comptroller of the Currency. The total of actual monev now in the eopvmow-r- . A.p cc country, including the amount held in reserve) in the United Made by J. States Treasury, is $3,720,070,010, and if this amount were equally divided, each man, woman and child in the United States would have $84.50. Last year this per capita average tfas 134.134. Hi . M ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, Ky. When in Need of Mrs. Eugene Heinig, of Louib-rillhas obtained judgment for $21,000 in Whitley county, against the L. & N. on account of the e, death of her husband. Kentucky's champion boy corn grower ami girl tomato conning prize winner together with winners of contests from every State iu the South are guests of the Agricultural Department in Washington. Croup and Cough Remedy. Croup is a terrible disease, it attacks children so suddenly they are very apt to choke unless given the proper remedy at once. There is nothing better in the world than Dr. King's New Discovery. Lewis Chamberlain, of Manchester, Ohio, writes about his children : "Some-tune- s in severe attacks we were they would die, but since we proved what a certain remedy Dr. King's New Discovery is, we have ho fear. We lely on it for ctoup: oughn and colds," So can you. 50a. and SI. 00. A bottle should be in every home. At all druggists. H. E. Bucklen & Co. Phil... St Stomach Troubles Disappear. Better to Make Roads in Spring. Stomach, liver and kidncv troubS ate Commissioner of Roads le1, weak nerves, lame back and feR. O. Terrell expresses the opinmale ills disappear when Electric ion that spring is the time for reBitters are used. Thousands of pairing the roads. He says it is women would not be without a botbetter to get the roads in condi- tle in tliir home. Eliza Poo', of tion in the sprinsr, so as to have "Elpctric Depew, Okla. writes: them good durins the summer, Hitters raised me from a bed of and in the fall work them, espesickness and suffering and has done cially the dirt roads, and start mi a world of good. I wish every the winter with the roads fresh- (differing woman could use this exly worked over. "Good Roads cellent remedy and find out, as I Days" may be proclaimed next did, just how good it is" As it spring. has helped thousands of others, it surely will do the same for yon. Dr. Hobson's Ointment Heals Itchy Eczema. Every buttle guaranteed, 50s and Thp constantly itching, burning 81 00. At all drutrglsis. H. E. sensation and other disagreeable Bucklen fc Co. Philadelphia or St. formp of eczema, tetter, salt rheum Louis. Adv. Builder's Hardware, Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles, Cooking or Heating Go to or Write Stoves, Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, and skin eruptions promptly cured Old newspapers for sale at this bv Dr. Hobson's Eczema Ointment. ollice. Gpo. W. Kitch, of Mendota, Til. W tke Cattkg EJge. savs: ,"I purchased a box of Dr. Your eoythe may have Hobson's Eczema Ointment. Have the' proper ''set", may pver since the o'vil had Eczema "ring" true, have back of ample' strength and war, have been treated by many still be wanting in the given the benedoctors, none have cutting edee. Often, scythes that aire fit that one box of Dr. TTobon's perfect otherwise, have Eczemw Ointment has." Evpry one or more soft spots along suffprer should try it. We're so not uniformly the edge-a- re tempered have a hiddenflaw. LouiB. Adv. positive it will help you we guarBut the one defect means the difference between a good and antee it or money refunded. At Hay for 'Sale. '' a poor scythe. all Druggists or by mail 50o.. Unled timothy, clover, oats and BLUE GRASS SCTTIIES are a perfect product of the ptavines, by or. the bale, the ton or Pfeiffer Chemical Co. Philadelphia scythe maker's skill. Perfect Apply at this office. & St. Louis. Adv. tsar load. from cutto Winchester, - Ky. IHARDWICK and COMPANY. V heel from point ting edge to back. The steel used is of aneztra special high grade. Blade isoiViinish with Fall and Winter GOODS. Our Fall and Winter 3oods 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 moat foi your money or produce, and where you can find the best selections of both the new and staple styles. We ask you who do not already know to give us a chance to prove that we can save 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 We can not here call special attention to every line we carry, but want all to know that we handle "Queen shoes for men, Quality" shoes for women, " "Buster Brown" school shoes, Hart, Sohalfner fe Marx and "The rt System" clothing for men, "Aster" brand hats for men, "Arrow" brand men's shirts and collars, "Duck Brand" rain coats, for all, "Ball Band" rubber footwear. And if in need of any of the following" it will pay you to call. Dry goods, notions, women's, misses' hats, neckwear, unand children's coats, derwear, umbrollas, baud bags, lace curtains, trunks, suit cases, rugs, and etc., and etc. In fact see us for anything you need. We handle The Bain wagons and get them by the car load, and will give you the benetit of the differ-enc- e in price. If iu need of one, ask some one about them who knows them and get our prices and .we will surely make the stle. bo-for- e. Come to Our Store And lot us Bhow you what a nice line of goods we carry. polished edge and back. Sharpened ready for use. we have every confidence in the quality of Blue Grass Scythes. That's why we can aflord to guarantee them. WM. ADAMS & SON, - XENA, KY. Our stock of Dry Goods, Notion", Groceries, Hardware, Clothing, Shops and etc. is replete with TREES! Fruit and Shade, Shrubs, (lrape Vines, Peonies, Phlox, Rhubarb, Roses,- - etc., etc. Everything for LAWN and GARDEN. ORCHARD, NO AOENTS Variety, Style and Quality. THIS COMBINED WITH OUR FREE CATAI.OOS QROWERS OF WHAT WE SELL. 1841 1913 Walk-Over- " Low Prices Make it to your interest to give us a good share of H. F. Hillenmeyer& Sons, Lexington, Ky. your trade. cause We ttrive to plkase our customers be- w know satisfied customers are our best assets. 100.000 CAPITAL STOCK. SUltPIiUS AND UNDIVIDED PHOF1T8. 200,000 ;4 ready-to-we- ar Yours to please, TUB k Winchester WALDRON & JOHNSON, orlWiNoutmcBt Ky. Bank. OAMUIMH. H A 3 P N. llotxr WitukksihioN! Phks. ji E W. H. Waltersville, Ky. m E YOUH ACCOUNTS s SOiaOITBD a Hardwick & Co., Stanton. j AGRICULTURAL OXTUNSION. Rejuvenating the Old Orchard. Tlio farm orchard is usually spots the farm. For years it has been allowed to care for itself and as a result the owner gathers only an interior crop of fruit. when everyone who cares for his orchard properly is blessed with on a one of the most neglected bountaful supply. The qujstiou is often asked as to whether it will pay to rejuvenate these old trees. In many cases this will pay and in some cases it will not. It will not pay to renovate au orchard where there is a very poor stand of trees lead paiut. or when the trees are over thirty Spraying is al6o necessary in years of age. Often an orchard order to get the best results. The is located very poorly to begin number of applications will de with as regards soil and site and pend upon the conditions in the hence would not warrant the orchard. If the trees are badly care and expense necessary to re- ldfested with San Jose scale an juvenate it. The fact that the application ot varieties are not well selected should be applied in the fall or should not cause one to consider just before the buds start to his orchard worthless provided swell in the spring, immediately the trees are healthy and vigor-ou- r, after the blossoms fall it will be because in such a case they necessary to use an application mirv be successfully of arseiute of lead in order to into a more desirable variety. control the codling moth or In working over an old orch- apple worm. ard there are four important During the winter it is a good steps to keep in mind, viz. prun- plan to apply a covering of barn ing, spraying, fertilizing and yard manure. Use about twelve cultivation. or fifteen loads to the acre. If In pruning an old orchard the the manure is not available a first step will be to remove all good high grade fertilizer i dead and crossing branches. An be used in the spring. The first year nitrate of godu may be used Did Ton Ever Devote an Entire Day to at tne rate ot L'ou or oUU ins. per Digging Post Holes ? acre. After this the nitrogen PKOBABLT TOU HAVE AND 110 RE THAN THAT. supply should be kept up by In looking back over our day's worlt we like to feel that we have accomplished means of leguminous cover crops, something, be it the digging of post holes The same auount of potash and or the useful exertion of our energy in rock phosphate should be used to some other direction. supply the other elements. Your day's " show ing" lies not In the &m. If the land has been in sod for amount of work, some time it would be a good but in the amount plan to break it up now. Plow of holes. to a depth of about four inches. Deeper plowing may be harmful because the roots in a sod orch ard have a tendency to come to the surface of the ground. If the orchard has been cultivated the land should be plowed early in the spring. Cultivation should be continued until about the first BLUE of August, after which a legumi GRASS cime-sulphu- made to cut back the top in order to make the operations of spraying and harvesting easier. The ends of the branches should be thinned out so as to admit plenty of air aud sunlight. The operation of pruning should bo drawn out over a period of two or three years bo that the tree may have an opportunity to adjust itself to the new conditions. After this a small annual pruning each year should be given. Whenever a largo limb is removed care should betaken to make the cut as close to the truuk as possible and to coat the wound with an application of bo attempt should $100 Reward, $100. is- r The readers of this paper will be plctscd to learn that there is at least one dreaded; disease thnt science has been able to cure in all its stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now. known to the medical fraternity ' Catarrh being a constitutional disease, requires n constitutional treatment. Hull's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of tho system, thereby destroying the foundation of the disease, and g:ving the pa tient strength by building up tho constitution and assisting nature in The proprietors doing its work. have so much faith in its curative powers that they'ofler One Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure. Send for Iht of tes- Address timoniala. . p. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, 0 Sold by Druggists, 75c, Take Hall's Family Pills for con gtination. Adv... The Qarae Laws. . X WILBUR Ft. BOOKKEEPING BU8lness.Phonooraphy TYPEWRITING Ini Very Serious It is very serious matter to ask lor one medicine and have the wrong one given yea. For this reason wo urge you in buying to be careful to get tne genuine TELEGRAPHY SMITH EUSINESS COLLEIE Iaiorpcntj 1 and Euaasaor to ComnnrclU Oollff i clIj.UiilTirtltj It President ban rears o( eirerlence In mercantile and bonking burtncM. Aleo3S rears educating 10,000 yonng mn ami women for enccees. JB7Knter now. A(!drrftWIMlUHH.ftIITII,I,oxlnijton,K7. Farm Drain Tile Make Your Wet Land Productive. By the use of drain tile you cat. py field into the most productive spot on your farm. Good tile, properly placed, not only carries off surplus water, it admits air to the soil and makes it easy to work. It improves any soil. The increace in the value of the land is many times the cost of the tile. The first year's crop from tiled land pays for it. Any body can do the work successfully. Write for particulars or ci'll at our plant. Buck-draug- ht Liver Medicine The reputation of this old. rella ble medicine, for constipation, in--. digesuon and uver trouble, is firmly established. It docs not imitate other medicines. It is better than others, or it would not be the favorite liver powder, with a larger sale than all others combined. SOLD IN TOWN P2 turn that low, wet, useless, swam- Red River Brick & Tile Company, STANTON KENTUCKY mttor.M.nawfnndeliWiiMl. I A Training School for Tcacherrftefaoolfl of Cour-- e C ' RICHMOND, KY. - UmAng to Y.Uwtitnr IfittrmetiUUniol Ml Ul V r YftIM fa all IV II titVftlcs. Carea 0wf roln M manual 1 BrftctlrMhaa.tivartnwittorMricaltiir 17, !. Kratuckr. II a vie Ami . Tuition Krw uA train I TwrttnMi'lMrt ( l"ti ft ? il top-grafte- d No person shall hunt without license; provided however, owners of laud, their child if resident, tenants or their, children if residents may hunt on their own land or leasehold or land immediately adjoining theirs. Hunters must- carry their li cense while hunting. License may be obtained from Coijnty Clerk. Lawful to kill Quail, Novein 15 to January lji pheasunts, November 15 to January 1; doves, August 1 to February 1 ; wood chuck, June 20 to February 1; wild goose or wild duck, August 15 to April 1; rabbits, November 15 to September 10; black and fox squirrels, June 15 to Septem ber 15 and Novepiber 15 to Feb ruary 1. Unlawful to buy, sell or oiler for sale at any time, any quail, pheasant or wild turkey. 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PATENTS. patent law and unrr valuaol Jntorimtlon! i D. SW3FT & GO. KATENT LAWVeDR. D. C. MUNN & Co.38'0 New York Branca Office. 625 F BU Washington. IX C 303 Seventh St., Washington, THINK OF IT to relieve all aches, or you get hack your money. Here's a liniment that is guaranteed mm WATCH IT RUB IM" Headache, itauralaia, Backache, Rheumatism, Sore Feet, Corivs, and other pains quickly yield to the soothing inlliieuce of this wonderful remedy. c-- - POST rimy WPV LOOKING BACK OAY',3 WORK UVIK THE HOLE DIGGER With the Blue Grass you can with the same amount of labor accomplish far greater results dig more holes because it has the stiff est blade and cuta the deepest hole with the least expansion of handles and least exertion. Tho handles are hickory, the frame malleable iron, the blades OCTAGON shaped FORGED steel. The Blue Grass has so many good points over any other Post Hole Digger, J. II. 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