FOR THE RIGHTS OF THE MOUNTAIN PEOPLE OK
KENTUCKY. NOT THEIR WRONGS
SALYERSVILLE, MAGOFFIN COUNTY. KENTUCKY, FRIDAY.
Samuel J. Patrick has been spok- -'
cn of. Knowing him as we havej
for the rast 10 or 12 years, we
Issued Every Friday.
do not think that we can 3Ind a!
better nualified man.
We believe that he is n clean.
$1.00 a year in advance
honest man in politics, that hct'1,at "Ir Pavs to advertise", we
.60 six months.
oia ins duly as representee in will run this column in which
.35 three months.
1908, and that ho would again be each subscriber may use, free of
Entered as second class matter Jan an untiring worker for the im vuurge, mieen words, in anyo o
nary 12, 1912, at the
at Sa! proving of our present laws and issue, to advertise anything
yersvillc, Ky. under the Act of March enactment
wants to buy or sell, (from U
of new ones.
farm,) to secure work for hi
By his former work he has
CARM JOURNAL ("cream, not skim milk") is the great little
paper published for 36 years in Philadelphia by Wilmer
acquainted with the affairs self or hire farm hands, sell i
lands, find owners for lo
S. S. ELAM. Editor & Owner. of legislation and will bj bjttar rent or live
It is taken and read by more families than any other
stock or adverti
farm paper in the WORLD.
Its four njillion readers (known as
enabled to get le?istation enacted im own lost or strayed.
" Our Folks ') are the most intelligent and prosperous
A great number of all parties
Additional words will he p
country Itthil oil frtftrlf tUf
10 cents per inch.
people that grow, and they always say the Farm Journal helped "Ttullrf Sf trill" lllh sW
in at one cent
First page ads twelve and one-ha- aro for him, many leading de j advertisement per word; or t
tarry fruill, tni Hktr
to make them so. Their potatoes arc larger, their milk tests holier, their hogs
may be' run
mocrats of Magoffin having urg'
11 trill for mtn imftrltnl.
cents per inch.
weigh morc.'thcit fruit brings higher prices, because they read the Pnrm Journal.
succeeding issues so long as tl
Fivo cents per inch extra for ed him lo make the race.
sireu nt one cant, per word, iki
I)o yon know lVtcr Tumbledown, the old fellow who won't take the Farm Journnt? By showing
able IN ADVANCE.
how NOT to run n farm.l'ctcr makes many prosperous.
Nobody can go on reading the Parm Journal
Locals 10 cents per line for first
If you would get your wants
and being a Tumbledown too. Many have Iried, but nil have to quit one or ihc oilier.
Every one who desires to see a
this' column phone, write, or ci
insertion. 5 cents per line for batter county and county
The Farm Journal U bright, brief, " boiled down," practical, full of gumption, cheer and sunshine.
scat on us boforo Monday night.
each subsequent insertion.
It is strong on housekeeping and
a favorite with busy women, full of life anil fun for boys and
should join in the effort to sup
It sparkles with wit, and .1 happy, sunny spirit. Practical as a plow, readable as a novel. Clean and
Resolutions and funeral notices press lswlcsness. They .should
pure, not u lino of fraudulent or nasty advertising.
All in advertisers arc gmmintttj trustworthy.
Cards of Thanks and Obituaries, bs consistent, however, and sup- TO SELL two
farms. For f u
The Farm Journal gives more for the money and puu it in fewer words than any other farm paper.
one cent per word.
port their county paper which
particulars inquire of
32 to 80 pages monthly, illustrated.
FI Vli years ( 60 issues) for Ji.oo only. Less than a cents a month.
Announcements for County of- has shown its colors in season thcr
subscriptions taken at any price.
D. M. Atkinson,
fices, $5.00 cash in advance.
Justices of the Peace
The Farm Journal Booklets
You should not expect us to a- What Our Folks Say About F. J.
TO SELL a farm of 125
grcc wi h you on every proposilmc sold by hundreds of thousands, and luvc made
"I have hml more
ewiitirnRcmritt and enjoy
acres in bottom land and o
netil nut of it hi ottr jtar thun I did out oi tny other papcts In ten
a sensation by rc eating the SECKCTS OF
tion but if we assist you in bet
)carllM)i C. M. 1'ifMjn.
fourth mile on Licking river, t
in home. Industry.
I'conlu all over the
Wc are authorized to announce tering conditions youshould stand
It is a timer little piper. I have sometimes reatl
country arc making money by their methods.
acres in timber. Price $2900.
It throne!, nn.t Ihotiuht
done with it. then jKk It upa.ln
by us, and not expect us to aland find Mme thing new Itt inttrent me'
POULTRY SECRETS is a collection of discoveries
I will exchange to mineral
anil mnlindf of surrHful pouhrymrii. Il r:!vr
"Fun n Join it il U like, a bit of sunshine hi our home.
candidate ways handle you with silk gloves. timbered
of Salyersville, as a
It Is rinklnj a
luvUiod ,f Killing utir hall more iiullrts
ole out of farmers. It was first
lloj tr'n mnlin.1 ol IriKUrtitt, frrtilil) , mul pi let Icm
itit mens a Chriolma renit. nml I think. U the choicest Jtcient
for the nomination for clerk of Remember that your county papI
rcts k( bitcdins,
cr rictlcdlM wi)s I. K, I.eValley,
how to priklucc wiiilef tggs.ctc
P. M. Elam,
Magoffin county, subject to the er can do more to aid you in your
''Wc hnc lead vottr dear little paper for neatly 40
ItORSK SECRI5TS exposes nil the method of
. iow we uon i nve on inc larm any more,
ei still have a
and caiollno doping, and otlier
action of the Republican party. county than uny other paper in
Lrrinjt lor the oM Ktier.
let I tint hclniiK in the
lilcka of "vv
and windier', nncl rHaMe anyone to tell Ln
evry uapr Has dear and familiar as the facts of old frhnds,
unsound liorac. Glvia many vjluatle ti4iniii accmi.
TO BUY-c- orn
and fodder, Ca
We ar authorized to announce
CORN SECRETS, the sre.it NF.W
I fear I neglect my Imslnem to rcml It.
eight mer- at this office.
I wWi It
L. C. BAILEY,
Holden, tli- - 'JCoro Kinr." thowi Iw lo gel ten to twenty
cquld be In the lands ol every funucr in Virginia," Mys W. S. Clin.
bushels more per acre of corn, rl li h protein and the tiett
A BIG BARGAIN.
elements. I'liturej raakcemy prote pLilu.
f Falcon, as a candidate for the chants in Salyersville but only
'I llye In n town where the ard h only 15 x IK feet,
bet I could not du ullhout the Kami JouiiuI,"'m)
Eaa SECRETS tells how a f.ttnilv of sU can make
office of County Judge of Magof- four subscribe for their county
Every farmer should take
hens ttnn itstautascntpitntnadtlly supply of frrslirxs. II Jou
paper. Only one of this number or
luve a lackard, grt tins tjooLLl, lenrti how to tuu up every
fin county aubject to the action
'I uet lots of l)MkT and Dancrt. and nut them aside
nrre farm journals. We w
scraped the kitchen waste, and live better ut less cost.
fur future readtns;.
The only pstr sin tu have In my hands
W.P. Carpente-- , advertises in it. ba glad
of the Republican party.
nil the lime Is arm Journal, i uii't Anlih rtadlar It. (jin't vnu
.0 furnish you the Fan
THE "BUTTER IJOOK" tcili hnw 'eten cous were
make it lens Interrslintri m I tan have a thane uUmf other
We do not believe that you can
holf a ton of butter ncli jcr year. (1W
Jouinal five years and th
irs f " vtiitcs John bwatl.
kuikU It the nvf rigtf). An t) oopeutr ( rt'lt wrcd out )uur
We are authoriaed to announce bel t this record .in Kentucky.
jHjgr ruwi, atiU turu Uicood ruoriitu ucuriUbrcutvcrs
"IH am loiiCMime, donhenrtetf, or"ttreil. Tro to
Mountaineer one yearMARSHALL. y
1'atin Jouinal fuV coiufoilktiext tu the ittble," says Mabel Dowitt.
STRAWBERRY SECRETS U a
If the people throughout the ALL- FOR ONE' DOLLAR AN.
of the dii- cox ct lea mul tnclluHl
J, r.irmrr, tli famous ripcit, in
"Karm Journal li.n n tltrcrfnl vein rtinnlnp through
of Salyersville as a candidate for, county had given us sfiehu cold
CTvliif; luKinut fall b'.rauttcrrid almost unlit mow flir, I low
It that malm It ft rihtidld cure for the "blues." When rummy
autl when to pUnt.how tofcrtilic, liow to rtmovc the tlutuouii,
home tired In mind iiikI UkI), I sit ilown arxl read It. and It seema
""oushouldcr as thisAve would have
tho noirM,i5v,for-sherif- f
liow tu get iJtrce crus tit two )eait, ttc.
to k'vc ie new i.ntd ration for hie,' writes C. K. Ilaldcnnaa.
QARDHN IOLI aIioai Iiqvv to make your b.ickvartl
Majoffln county subject to the long sin .o gone out of business,
"'We liac a brntheMiwIau who loves a Joke. We
Bupilv fresh rRetibles anil fruit, liow to cut down jour iiractty
live In f.reler New York, and consider ourselves v(tt cltlridso
action of the Republican party. 'We are willing and anxious to Come! Come! Corns!
li keen 1 lrtirr ahle,ant tct rjsli for )uur furjifus. JIow lo
when he Kent us llm i'jrni Journal as a New Year's gift we nearly
ultl vale, liarvt-ian J nurkct.
Iow tu riiisu
who rnly uae baron las
'flow lu krrpomi r lean when wr bs rondensed
DUCK DOLLARS tells liow thenrr.it Vein r tlurk- Wo arj authorized to announce boost apy person or any institumilk ettui for'lke pudditicl
'How tn plaat onions' whea w
farm Mir Boston make cverv year M cents eurhit )(W)lnck
tion that deserves. to be boosted TO MAGOFFIN INSTITUTE.
nvtrr plant amthliitr i c frnnrant than titles irf th valley. I
Iniff. Tellt whr durk uy tluni Ixittr than cluckttis, and Jutt
J. J. PACE,
arrrptcd the till ullli thinks, for we are ton
to tool a
IOV they do ever) t Initio
Everything is flourishing.
but our citizens should rememKilt horse In the mouth, .Soon my ee was csufht by a beautiful
the ber that this boosting should be
U'gan lo rta It, lhn uhrii I wanted the frarai Journal
TURKRY snCKITTS tlisclow Tully the metltruU f
of Cbnlcy, as a candidate for
The attendance is good. New
drrpty Intcrrjilrtl In an ankle. Then ruy
Horace 'n. the fanuiut Khfxlc Island
ol U4 soil leui in ask, 'lias the
Journal romcvet f lie Is
office of Sheriff of Magoffin coun a cooperative affair. Nothing so ones coming in every day.
, It WIN how lo
1hei the White llotiv: Thanlsjixiiii tuik
a Jculr(iii. hasn't mutli lime for literature; but we find so much
male. tfiet ruRi, toittclKto fwlftttd rarefurihe jmitnr, tu nre
i mul nplut In lids fmr
subject to the action of the advertises a town and increases! Good
f.irr lhatII.we aiprec(atc vorlsew
let Liikiaii, tu lattcti.uud how to make a
war's jilt inotv and inoie," wntis Llla
board and room S2. on i n
the mct.ixli hy
'I received 'Com SiciejV and 'I'oultry Secret
the value of property as a live week. The dormitories will bt
wlil li J M.
ustcr made ocr $t K,CK) u yrur, tniftily from
and roimJ.ltrtlieiii worth ttitir wciglit In sold says U G, Newall.
learn nlijiut the "KunctMni
We are authorized to announce newspaper. Think it over and in charge of John Franklin Coon- us tu 'roUui.u uili ijiuntf iks
'Whatyour l'utr Ilool; tclU would take a beginner
years lo learn," fa) a Kuy Clianey,
see if you can cooperate with usjer one of Magoffin Countv's
shows how nnv
"Duck Doll. us in the heht book ! ever had on duck
liitclht, nt wim in nn dcbni nnl nuke Iter own rUhet, In the
raUIuz," uijj 1. M, War nock.
of Salycrsville, as a candidate for for a better county and county best known Citizens.
height of fa .Iiioti, I seainhnr hailone it iirtre tlic uiu rIiI,
'lf vour other lH.klet rontniu t much valuable
She iuv In, u puri:i,si'il ilresiimkinj; eftUhUiliinciit
Tuition, Primary department.
office of Jailor of Magoffin seat. .Subscribe for our paper
I won hi consider thrin cheap a
Illustrat' J with diuurums,
double the price," My r. V. Manslsild,
and have a clear conscience that $1.50 per month, 7 th and 8 th
county, subject to the action of
SHALL I FARM? I. a rlc.tr. imiwrlial statement of
"I think jour KgIJook U a wonder' says
i,f f.umfnc, to hfi tlmnc win
tolh ftihantitrri an t f'rawhat
you arc doing YOUR part to build .grades $2.00 per month; Normal
the Republican party,
C. I Shlicy
It wunm toil
lne tnileii'ii in. Jmioriant iiiiitioti. tartP :qujjm-ri- of drftiiters,
mul tiii.like, tt.ll Imw to
The l'.i mi Journal brat them all, Kve ry lnue ha
up a good paper, live paper and High School pupils $2.50 pet
iluiiuticf tu- iL'.i, hjw tu tit
rritttmlers and ideas worth u ) ear's subscription,' wrlts
month. All tuition payable two
7A'f'" aokhts ere 6x9 mchet, ami ft oftatty tHmhattJ,
We ore authorized to announce that you will be proud of.
"One tear .to I took anotlier airrictiltural t..itier.
Do not wait to be solicited but months in advance.
rprm Jcurr.cl I'OUU full eors. t il f
ami it iook n vtnoie foiuinii io ten wnat rami journal
W. J. PATRICK,
with any oris of these booklets
one iMiNKiaiHi, mij rt, fit idiwiii.
The instmetion in all depart
call and subscribe any time.
ol! wi.k ftrm JvarikJ.
TVt EmLUu tr ttOT tJ Mparittl;
"It oil'' lit tn Ik- - In every linni; where itiern ha cluck.
of Salyersville, as a candidate
ments of this school will be strict
s cUUI, . iuw, a ihcriy, or a tucumUr," sas 1. 1), llordus.
lutein tay tl lilt If booHt I yon want.
for the office of County Judge of There is more joy in a printing y high class.
The teachers au
WASIIINCTON SQUAIIH I'lIlLADtXTIIlA.
W1I.MEU ATKINSON COMI'ANV.
Magoffin county, Bubject to the
office over one sinner that pays Gxiierinnrwl nnrl lin.,v,iv
action of the Republican party.
in advance and abuses the editor, ified to handle their respective tn
We are authorized to announce on every possible occasion han uepamiiunis. special course 1
DOC G. HOWARD
there is ovOr ninety and nine applicants for CountyExaminatir
JOE RICE. Principa
as a candidate for the office of who borrow the paper and sing
K. C. GOODMAN.
Magoffin county, sub- - its praises without contributing
C, E. VcWharter.
a cent to keep it out of the
' X after your name, means that
you Ket one morn copy of this paOF THE
We are authorised to announce
Already our people do not rec- per, XX means, that you gefc no
W. S. ADAMS,
ognize a candidate until ho an- moru copies unm you give, u s"
of Falcon as a candidate for the nounces in the Mountaineer. We some currency, corn, beans, odnomination for sheriff of Magoffin believe that they are right. The der, potatoes,
The Mountaineer is ?1.00 a year. If you subscribe NOW we can Rive you' the
county subject to the action of Mountaineer stands for honesty
Kentucky Mountaineer for one year and the Farm Journal FOUR years, with
the Republican party.
in politics and is striving for all
that will help those candidates
any of the Farm Journal BOOKLETS
who are deserving. If a candi- has a new stock of coffins and
date is really qualified and deKentucky Mountaineer, Salyersvlle, Ky.
Prices; Infants sizes. $3.00 to
sires to serve his county, the
For the past few weoks The Mountaineer shall
and to every subscriber whoso
$10.00. Adult sizes, coffins $8.00
accept your special offer. Please send!
be of inestiorder is received before tho edito $2.'i.00. caskets $20.00 trf
Mountaineer has been located in mable value to
him in making $85.00. These prices includo
me tho Mountaineer for ono year and Farm!
tion is exhausted, the publishers
the W. J. Patrick building in the his claims known to the public
of the Farm Journal promise to
boxes and trimmings.
Journal FOUR years
up stairs room facing the Court and to his party.
send their famous ALMANAC,
He will not
beHouse. Cat) and see us when in
"Poor Richard Revised," proviwait until tho primary is at hand tween Ivyton and Bradley.
with this booklet
ded you WRITE.ON YOUR OR'town.
bur will announce in ample time Phone write or call on
DER, "If in time please send tho
ALL FOR $1.50
for his party to carefully weigh
J. V. Kelly, Bradley, K.
With the August primary close f d ntloimn
hAA fc;.D rAicii.e,H
My namo is
If you arc now taking tho
Launhlna at Your.elf.
at hand and no candidate announ- OI tne
Farm Journal, your subscription
primary. Jf he IS afraid j In Woman' Home Companion ln
ced for the
' tb0 course ct a taIk t0 lrI ab0,It
will be MOVED AHEAD for
of State representative of this of such publicity, the public will friendship with boy, appear the fol
be afraid of him.
four full years.
lowing wise observation:
"It Is not a
district (composed of Magoffin,
If you namo no booklet, Farm Journal
bad Idea at all to laugh at one's own
Breathitt and Lee) it behooves
will be sent for FIVE years.
From John Hay.
It Indicates at least that
To get BOTH papers, fill out
us to search for a well qualified Speak with the speech of the world, you have Imagination; that you can
Imagine how funny other people must
order herewith and send it to us,
think with the thought ot the few.
Mtan as law maker.
mI? 0U..??w,.tok,'1?.F,irin Journair
think something that yo ubave done."
(Wnto "Yes" or "No."
NOT to tho Farm Journal.
A Fwmer State representative, John J lax.
Special Combination Offer
J. V. KELLY