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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): October 1, 1914 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1914 cla1914100101_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.): October 1, 1914 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1914 $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. 0 PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. M. P. O'MARA, Owner and Publisher THE CLAY IlTY TIMES. CLAY CITY, We are Here to Help Clay City, the Surrounding Country and Ourselves. VOLUME XIX; NUMBER 40. KENT! THURSDAY, OCTOBER I, 1914. The Best Weekly In this Section. Mr. Jnmos Atkinson was one of the boys appointed by the Stntc to represent iPowcll County nt the Stntc Fair. One boy from ench county Is n)(iintc(l every year to attend the Fair. Miss .Minn Knox left Inst tFVidny for New York City where she will resume Uiblc Training work. Mr. Custer Jones, cashier of the Morgan County llnnk, nt Cnnnel City, nnd one of the choicest young men of Mint enterprising little city stopped off at Stanton on his way home from attending ' the Hunkers Association meeting at Lexington, nnd renewed ' friendship with iMiiss- Bcttie IBoonc, i II o ,111 .,' milL'n I tn unrl'm- - ill tlm llillll. who was a former tcnclicr at Cnnnel limns ford bridge in this county City. We trust thnt Custer will come which the Fiscal Court intended conto our town quite often and we pretracting for at its regalar October dict that he will. meeting which comes up next week. Mr. E. N. Fuller, our enterprising J. M. Hoss, one of the State enDanker attended Hie (Bunkers- Assn. gineers working in this pait of the ciation meeting nt l.exington last State, notified the authorities that he week. would be in the county Tuesday to Hew L. F. Martin has returned make this survey provided the work from holding a protracted meeting As could be done between trains. near Richmond. He will attend the this could not be done, he had to Annuul meeting in Leo comity from defer coming to Powell county until Friday until Sunday, of this week, some Inter date. nt Old Union. 111 W. 0. Dcvnry rniscd on the fnrm of Bedford & Ttittle onu of the best crops of tobacco ever seen in the Department Engineers Are Very Blue Grass. A sample stalk brought News Of .Other Co to Winchester nnd weighed a few Busy, And Have Been Unable be ofjntcrestto dnys after cutting, tipped the scnlcs to Come Here. nt eight pounds. An enr of corn weighed two pounds. There is nothThe Department of Public, Honds at ing in this tnlk of hard times nnd The X. has Frankfort is evidently very busy. short crops. Winchester Democrat. installation df The new rond law provides thnt the Central I)lvi.sibi tH Stnte authorities must make the surhead-o- n and ihen veys and furnish plans and specifiReplacing-BridgL. cations for nil bridges thnt tlie varisome years on the ous counties of the State build where pfoven its worth. the cost will exceed $500. The enThe Women' gineers of the department arc so Cl Other Improvements Are anco Union will ho Iiiiut tlldf flint Ixil'n nf linmt litt- - Several No Survey Made For County Bridge LARGE STALK. Items Ab; Our the county sold bonds for .$25,000 to iighbors Which Will veil County the roads, and under the supervision of an engineer from the State Department. The Court of Appeals has ulllrnicd the verdict of the Estill circuit court, V. II. Cox, a welldriller, allowing $1,500 for injuries received while & bo used in Improving Ha- - work will be done Sorgum Crop Nine Counties Looks Promising Gained For "Drys" Mlze's Gem, a Powell County Product, Only Three of Twelve County In Is Showing Gocd Results This Year. Which Votes Is Taken Remain "Wet." (Completed the drilling a well for John B. Carter fciystcm on the Co. pvill prevent Id Hi in use & N. e Over River collision. for V. and has Being Contemplated On This Division The L. of Railroad. Prof. Hanson has moved his family from the dormitory into the house formerly occupied by Mrs. Kate The Clark County Will Be Dry County Board of Education for the ensning year is composed of Neighbor of Powell Goes Dry In Local the following members: Education Option Election by Majority Division No. 1. Chairman, Albert Easter, of Waltersville, Education Division No. 2. Chairman1 T. 0. Cole, Knowlton, Education Division No. .1. Chairman, C. A. Coulee, Rtnntnn, Education Division Xo. 4. John Kin-sehairmnn, Pilot, Ky. The teachers Institute will begin on Mondny August 12th with Mrs. Cora Wilson Stewart, President of the Kentucky Uitcrncy Commission nnd one of the best known women in all Kentucky, as instructor. The Tn stitute will be held in the Collcjie JVijldinff, V3Hs Nancy Ewen .left Monday t) visit. her sisters iMis. Nell Atkinson, r, . r of 336. 9. contested After a very keenly election held on Monday last, Claik County voted to go "dry", and it is expected that within sixty days there will be no more liipior otlercd for sale in Winchester. A special election was held in North Winchester precinct, wl'rc all the saloons arc located, nnd u big majority for the "wets' was rolled up. It is expected that the saloon men will contest the election on this account"" "f The majority rolled up by the "wets" in the city was only 240. at Benttyville, for several days. while the "drys"' carried the county Mr. Harry Melroy is in Middles-bor- o by 585, leaving them a total majority of :i:io. this week on 'business. la the 'North Winchester precinct, is in HeidelMr Nelson Blunt berg, where he is about to complete wler the "wets" held a special n fifteen room house that he and hN election, the vote was, for the "wets", son, Linville, hnve' . been building. 288, and for the "drys", 44. a ma They say it is one of the finest build- jority of 244. The law goes into effect sixty days ings in lleidelbcrg. lftcr being voted on, and, unless tlie Mrs. Hnttie O'Rear. of Winchester, with two of her friends are visit- "ontest of the saloon men is sustaining nt Mrs. Marion Strange and JIj-s- . ed in tlie courts they will cease busiO'Rcar's father, Mr. A. P. Anderson. ness nt that time. and Mr. William Hardwiek DYNAMITING THE RIVER. Mrs. Anna Scwell, of JackThe Government has quite a large son left Sunday for Cincinnati where they went to buy goods and to shop. crew of wen at work on Kentucky blow- Dr. I. W. Johnson attended the River at and near Benttyville' - I ing out snags nnd other objects that State Medical Association nt Newwould be in the way when they get port last week. Mrs. Myrtice Coulee and two child- stack water to this city. For several dynamitren arc visiting her parents Mr. and days past they have been ing tlie guard wall of the old dam in D. R. Clark. Mrs. is Mr. I). R. Clink has sidd his house the lower part of Benttyville. It is going to understood thnt in the near future nnd lot at Jackson. He da.ni. make extensive improvements on his they will take out the old Benttyville Enterprise. place here in Stanton. There is mi old saying, "A half u HAS BAD FELON. loaf is better than none nt all," and A. T. Whitt, cashier In the Cln elections this npplies to tke recent is suffering from held in twelve different counties as City National Bank, a severe felon on the thumb of his to whether liquor should be sold or obliged to not. Nine of the twelve decided thnt right hand, and has been it could not be Mild and while we remain away from the bank for a day would hnve been glad if all of the or two. couatics had voted against tlie liquor yet we are thnnkful that Miss Bessie Hardwiek left Tuesas many went dry as did. Two of the day to visit her sisters, Mrs. Mollle counties that voted dry were. Clark Crawford nnd Mrs. Anna Scwell, in The next move of Jackson for the next two weeks. and Montgomery. the dry workers is for State Wide1, Mrs. Curiie iBIuckburn has been Inhibition and then all of Kentucky .Vonflued to the house with hay fever will be diy. As it is 107 out of 120 of a very serious nature. Mr. XL A. iP'hillpps and Ben counties are Local Option Counties. The Temperance wuve is sweeping Throckmorton took a pleasure and over the country so fust that it will business trip to Mt. Sterling nnd Frenehburg n few dny ngo. be only n short time till the Govern-(cewill put an end to its sale and The siielliag bee held between Bert Crow's school and the other school manufacture, Miss Esther Broad wiio was a for - resulted in n tie. Thev spelled denr mcr teacher here haH left her home through the old Blue iliac fc spelling in Buffalo and is uttending the Bible .book and severul were standing on Teachers Training School in New the floor when they finished. This York City. Her address will le 541 shows fine work on the part of the Lexington Aw. Miss Broad left u scholars of these Hchools. Mrs. J. C. Hanlev and Mrs. Eflle host of friends here who will be glad Smith hud company this week but the to remember her. left last .writer failed to remember the names Mr. Ben Throckmorton The farmers here are busy making Friday, for Detroit, Michigan, where lie will seek work. His wife is in sorgum nnd triping their fodder 'and getting rendy to cut their corn lexington nt present. sell-ing,- of nt I shots at them. The afc-had no effect except that the?jWarcd the inWith all these improvements made, truders off. Ssfit however, there is still room for more and we 'hope to see them soon forthTaylor Flynn hnsjbflon appointed coming. assistant postmnsterga Winchester, in place of Fred OwensSlrho lias belli the ofliqe for a nurnb'er,j!f years, un der the RepubIicnniWTiinistmtion Mr. 'Flynn Jins servedifMnS postofflcc ns clerk, for a nnmber,f' venrs, nnd wiui ino;; Prominent Men Before Grand Jury The" Lexington TrlSi ill open on Fcr Alleged Election Offenses in Oct. 5, and horseinSSfi m nil over Americn arc lookinjrffq nrd to this Local Option Election. meet with a gropt.Mw denature. .if-- ' - Jiriter J, S. iMulMus, "Win. over Hie nnd Vnneev Mcrritt were indicted by throng to Lexington from which is 'country tin. rinrir onnntv irmtul iiirv now in session at Winchester, late The Winchester Democl'at is to be Wednesday aftenu on, on a charge of inducing sold at public auction Fil'jday, Oct. 2, conspiracy in unlawfully Millard Alien to vote in Monday's following nil order by Jlfdge Benton thnt the partnership between Chas. local option election. B. Nelson and Steve Vanish t, be disMr. 'Hughes is one nt the most prominent saloon men in Winchester, solved. and Yancey Merritl was leader of the The New York Sun is responsible organization for the saloon men. Aljail for some for the statement that James Ben Ali len had been confined to llnggin, the famous Kentuckian, was time for a breach of the liquor laws, 102 years and three months old at the and was serving ''.lis sentence at the time of his death n few weeks ago. he was alleged to have voted. time Mr. llnggin would never tell his corJailer Mullias claims that Allen was of lib- rect ago as he HkeU to be thought a trusty witli a certain amount vouager than he renllv was. erty, and that he slipped away and The voted without hi knowledge. ComThe Democratic Campaign ether men indicted deny any knowlmittees office has been opened in edge of the uffair. Louisville, and from now uutil the November election a fusiladc of party 'iterature will bo sent out to aid in deft "'ing the Republican candidates. Tlioiiuis S. Rhea is chairman tL' the committee. vice dwindle. & N. Railroad is putting in heavier bridge than the present one at the rver crossing in the enst end of town. The bridge at Stanton has nl-- o been replaced by n much stronger one. It doesn't look 1. i:!, r. v . ...... ii..! us ji.mii .jl iiiui ll iiiw: il. l i iiiu ii. in abandon the L. & E. upon the completion of the new Irvine road as some pessimists have claimed. The road has greatly improved its track, and its train services. Every move the rond makes indicates that it intends to make improvements of the L. & E. line, rather than let the ser- n much Stale meeting in Wij and an excellc I program has been prepared for fevent. The meetings will bo he'hj the Christian church, and many llnent speak ers will deliver addr Res. . Han Temper- Ltheir annual stei on Oct. nesday wcie: Receipts 'shipments The forty-nint- h ? lonvention of 'the Kentucky flay Schools Association will m Lexington, Oct. nnd del tes nrc ex- pected from nearly Y.ry hundav School in the Stnto.SS 20-2- Mr. J. C. M. Day reeMtly discover- cd some chicken Hii?, attempting to Drenk into Jus poulfl liouso at his home in Winchester! fired tlrec. Three Tndicted In Clark County 1 ffimy 'Officer Pays New Editor For Lexington Jackson Times Man Secures Control county has commenced n County Paper, and Will campaign for good roads. Recently Breathitt Lewis Of Take Charge at Once. dipt. J. L. McCoy, one of the must prominent Republicans hi Es;c:. Kentucky, has purchased the half interest of John T. Ilindmaii in the Jackson Times, and has leased the other half which was owned b Mr. McCoy will take possession at once, nnd tor the present will conduct the paper as an independent sheet,. Cnpt. McCoy was for sixteen years a Deputy Revenue Collector undei-thRepublisan adniinistratioii, and is a great worker for his party. He is Breathitt well known throughout county, and the paper should do well under his maiiagenicnt . Rylund V. Mustek. Long Tobacco. Try TKe Times FOR YOUR Job Printing' ancl see. majorities were llarge, especially Bell, which is in the lead. The drys also received large majorities in Shelby, and Hourbon, Scott counties. Probably the closest election held was in Anderson county where it was reported that the county went wet by the small majority of sixty-fou- r. In Eayette there has been no doubt as to the outcome of the election and the only question has been ns to how large the mojoritj in favor of open saloons would be. The vote for the saloons in Ihe city almost doubled that of the drys but in the county the result was uiui'li closer. The icsiilts in the nrious counties was declared to be as follows: Dottr-ho- n HOfJS sW. 5(a'10c lower, gocd j County Dry by 405. Scott Dry by to choice packers and butchers' .fll.115 lUIl" Dry by 80(1. Mason Dry-b- y Tnc Value of Your Land Can Be 4i:t. ( 0.1 II. mixed packers' .S.!)5(ii O.O.'i, ."WO, .Montgomery Dry by 201, stags $.475(.7.25, common to choice Greatly Increased by Making Shelby dry by 500. The total maheavy fat sows .f5.75(r?8.25, light i jority in favor of the wets in LexingYour Place Keep To shippers' $8.1 5(ii 8.00, pigs (110 lbs ton and Payette County was three and less) $r,8. Its Name. thousand two hundred and sixty-fou- r. SHED! Steady, extra $5?5.10. In the city the majority for good to choice $4.00(r5, common to An exchange thnt makes a special- - t!io saloi ns whs 2055 and in tho fair $2.75(o4.50. ty of farm suggestion, and of pro- - county :illl. Anderson county went LAMBS Strong. 25c higher, oxtra looting anything that may be of in-- 1 wet by only sixty-fou- r votes. $8, few fancy light $8.25. good to tercst or benefit to the farming comAfter the quietest election in Carchoice $7.75(o 8, common to fair munity, has tlie following comment roll county history the. "dry" won out $5.75(" 7.'0. culN $4.50(o". on the naming of farms, which in by a majority of 517. some counties is very much followed Tr....i SOU .k.'.i.. ....... i ,..(. ...:!, a ITI1DU1 jV. j" 'ylO ii . mlnv'iirHi The entire county givci Inn'islide. ways : The 1,05.1 majority for the wets. "(live the farm a name and keep .city of Henderson gave the wets 077 the fa rn up to the ntimc. A name majority. Tlie wets oven carried the gives distinction, it is an expression county outside of Henderson, which Lieutenana O'Rear, Who is Related of honest pride, it shows an interest teas supposed to lie a dry stronghold. :.. ......illti,,.. ..l l. ....... III llll' lltll'l.. II To Many Pcwell County People, o many acies of brown more than B 7? it'll m earth, a dwelling and barns. Visits His Boyhood Home. ntl fl means a place that one fceS is in Lieut. John O'Rear, of the United the bct sense the home of tiim-eStates arniv, -- t :i t iniicil at (lalvestun, 'and his fauiilv. Sentiment gather' Texas, aecoir.pniiied h his wile nnd around it and crytulize' -- ii thai nt Climax And Hatlisonian win tie com ,..! much " two children, arrived yesterday for 1... . .1... i.HUi'l .1...J ll" ItlSI lilt' I a hort isit to the family of Pr. A. in declining year. "How much can bined to Take Effect on Oct. I. "W im i B. Stoops. Lieut. O'Rear is a sun get for my tann .' hut. ankfnrt. going to succeed me on it " And of Judge IE. C. O'lioiir, of Mr. Lilly, of the .MadUoni.in. hns and sjient his boyhood in .Mt. Sterl- that means a deepening and streiislli-cniii- g bought a block of stuck in the Ching; where he has many old-tiof homo ties and those of local- inas Priming Ci mpany. and tho Chfriends who arc giving him a warm ity, both of which are greatly needed ums and Miidisonian will he cousnll-dute- d welciMiie. Lieut. O'lieiir origiiiiilly in America's rural life. under the name of Tho "But for practical reason- - n wel' went in for the Navy and graduated Tho MudiiMiniun- - Clifrom Annapolis but was later trans-feire- d well as sentimental il i wise to besmax, which ever tu peoplo prefer to the Army and ranks high us tow a iitimo upon the I ana ami Mien which consolidation will bo il) force keep the farm in good condition an efficient officer. Mt. Sterling mi October 1. Tlie sense of pride would prompt Mr. Lilly will continue b editor to m man to do hi level host. and Dr. White tull hold down tho poLieut. O'Rear - we!' known cultivation sition of und -- ccrotury, in. my people in IV veil I'iMiiity, and is That would mean better bam painted, fence' in while Dukv flordon will euntinuo oa a nephew ut' Judge M. A. Phillip- -, of houo and better stock ami bet- foremuu. Stanton, and "t ( I.imii'c llaeliigg, of these- two ter crops, and more- attractive apThe cmiMilidntion ot fie Ilrodlicii.l ti.m't'it Company. pearance within and wit '.unit the ;ilants gie them tho largest dwelling. There i scarcely a farm, list ever had by nny paper houexer -- limited, that some appro in Madison county, and also give priate name may not be given it. them the best and most complete Landscape, a spring, clump of trees outfit. associations are position, aiming the many things that may suggest the name. And always remember this, that it is with the farmer ret tho somore ill. in anyone el-of the problem of arresting the lution An attractive drift city ward. home, a home that has a distinctive-'nes- s Bath County Paper Which Has Been i5 Stockyards Cntlle.lIogs.Shecp. John W. Maze, of Vaughn's Mill, ,,ir. :i)1 jW of the most prominent farmers in the county, and win put on the market 457 :i20 CATTLE Dull and weak, shippers' by him two years ago, at which time in The Times, and $7.25, (irs.15, extra $S.25(ii 8.75. it was aiherti-e- d butcher steers cxtra.-'iOf7.75, rood since then it has fccome very pepu- It grows In a height f from l choice $().(!()((( 7.115, common to fair:'111'' $5.25(,f,(.f)0, heifers, oxtra $7.5ll((i' tvcle to 111 teen tect, nnil is very and produces a large $7.05, good to choice $(i.25(if 7.25, succulent, common to fair $L5ll(fTn, cows, extra amount of syrup. Mr. Mi.c has re$0. 10W 0.25. good to choice .4.25C(?(, ceived many compliments on the succommon to fair !jV.25((75, canners cess of his product, particularly by f':i,25(7r4.15, bulls steady, bolognas. those who were fortunate enough to !f5.85(J?l5.25, extra .0.:i5(o (!. 10, fat put in a crop of this kind. bulN milch c?ws steady. CALVES- -' Eay to a shade lower extra $11.50. fair to good $H(a 11.25. i common and large $5.50(11 10.75. As a result of the Local Option The sorgum senson is now on and I'armers all over the county arc en- elections all over the state Monday joying "sorgum and batter cakes" nine more counties were added tu 'Continue to their heart's content. The crop the dry list aird three counties', where, this year promises to be one of the elections was held, remained wet. laigest in years, and a large acre- The Counties going dry were: 'Clark, LATE age of it was planted in the spring. Bourbon, Sc.f.tt, Bell, Mjisoii, Montdue of the best vnrities of the cane gomery und Shelby. Those going wet Cincinnati, 0 Oct. 1. Receipts that i grown anywhere was dcchp-cu7i- n were: Fayette, Henderson and Ander- I'nwell county, and i known as Sllll. and shipment of live slock at the In the counties voting dry ull tiio Mizo's (leni. It was produced by Cincinnati I'nion Wed- MARKETS Has Your Farm a Suitable Name i j j wy Visit to Mt Sterling - j I PflnprS lf Are Consolidated . ; 'i t'litnas-Mudisoiiia- u. e. book-keep- er 1 - Owingsville Outlook e, Appears Again about it. goes a long way to-- I e wards the solution. Suspended For a Few Weeks, Comes Out Again. We have on hand a complete line of job stock and can turn out letter heads, envelopes, statements, cards, posters, shipping tags, and, in fact anything in the line of printing. Try us Frank Leonard says he measured a leuf of his tobacco the other day e inches long and it was and proportionately wide. This Is some tobacco. The farmers are having great difficulty in housing, as fifty-thre- Marries Stepmother. A marriage of a rattier peculiar The Owini;sullo Outlook, publiun-tio- n of which had been suspended nature on account of the relation of the contracting parties oceitred last for a short time owing to illness of gnin resumed, week in Murray, Ky when Mr. 1'. T. the publisher, has Smith was maided to his stepmother, and Mr. llauks Thomson now oomi-piIhe editorial chair of that lively Mrs. Martha Smith. Uoth are well known in that section of the coun- -- beet. The Outlook i the only paper pubtry and hae many friends. lished in Hath comity, and is u good representative county weekly. Madi-soaiaii. es QUALIFIED the leaves and stalks are u third longer than usual. Qlnvc (loddard said he has to "quarter" his leaves immensity- .on account of their Jlarrodsburg Leuder. The Clay City Times ft The fleorge Alexander Hank, of I'aris, which was closed by the State clerk James Woolery Hanking Commission lust May, is has ipialifled as deputy assessor, and being wound up by that department, is now Inking the list in the first pre- and it is said that it will pay about cinct, 25 cents on the dollar to depositors. AS DEPUTY ASSESSOR. ly 4 H PAGE TWO 1 TH E CLAY crTTTI HES ..'"THrrW a u ti PI CIAY TIMES A Damucratlc Newspaper Eighteen. Years Old U M. P. O'MARA, & K 15 OWNER AXD rUIUiTSHKK. H jhousp which does no uVlverlinlng. IT is true, it U hut nnotlier unit n strong nrgunicnt in favor of the product. It prove that the onn large item of sales c.pene is lowered by the use of pnl!i"'t ; it is evidence Unit wherccver the advertis ing had added to tho cit of doing business, n propprtionnto or a greater reduction is found in nnother .this a U u & a n a K L a XI Hi 0 H U M &S B. c u I f it in nr r. I ii c Entered ns seccn mail matGood, well fitting clothes add, materially to your appearance and llio Post Oflleo nt Clny City, 100,000 ILLITERATE VOTERS the neat, attractively dressed man is acceptable in any community. Ky., under tho Act of. Congress of IN KENTUCKY. showing into our well dressed circle. We doesn't cost much to March 3, 1879. a wide range of handsome patterns in CURLEE clothes and CURLEE pants ' (Klixbcthtowii Xews.) SUBSCRIPTION KATK $1.00 per for men and young men. They are known everywhere as "THE BIGGEST The United plates census for 1010 year in advance. VALUES ON EARTH." shows lh::t thr-- ? are 21".0(M) H l They good, dependable, stylish clothes and they in Kentucky who cannot read and A give the maximum of satisfaction a minimum cost. TI1UHSDAY, OCTOBKR 1, 1011. write. It is safe to say that 'there two 100,(100 illiterate voters, or that ILLUSTRATIONS OF one man in live, has to have his balWONDERFUL PANTS VALUES WONDERFUL SUIT VALUES WHAT ADVERTISING DOES. lot marked by the olllccrs of the eleci It. CURLEE pants have a Nation wide reputattion nnd that all the knowledge he You cannot appreciate the wonderful opporhas about the election and how, 'he ion for being fine pants, good pants and incomtunity that is presented you In CURLEE suits There is a tendency on the part of should vote he has t0 have told him parable values. They have proven their right for men and young men. They nre fashioned fcorao dealers and maiiuhicturers to by some one who ran read and write. to be known as the Biggest Pants Values on from high grade woolens, finely tailored and pinko a boast of their opposition to This is a most deplorable condition Earth, and, you'll admit this fact when you look manner. modeled in a Advertising says Maurice Switzer for these people; i. is also deplorable them over. Wd are showing the latest models They are attractive and the manufacturer's low writing in Lewie's magazine. The for the State. Fortunately, a moveIn a wide range of attractive patterns. We price to us and our low price to you is an addfctock argument in all such cases - ment has been started to educate in want you to see them and you'll want them ed attraction which should cause you to come that they put their money into goods the rudimentary' branches all adult after you' have examined them. in and look them over. and not into the newspapers or post- illiterate. There is a great work goers. They pose ns tho sole survivors ing on in Kentucky this year through of tho altruist in business and darkly the moonlight schools, bronchi about & hint at the villainy behind the great by Mrs. Cora WiNon Stewart, who is enterprise who-- e single motive is to t'lie chairman of the Adult Illiteracy ! it IIOOUWIIIK U10 pUDllC. Commission. Xo greater work has LINE Thcro arc no altruists in business; ever been undertaken in tlie State. It if they nre they don't stay there long. is disinterested, nnd most desirable items in men's stock of We have an iNYlien they hnvo money enough they ruble. The cbrol teacher throuff'i-.i- 't get out of trade and found philanthe State nvc r pondimr splenwearables. Our popular priced- - neckwear, shirts, collars, underwear, thropic institutions, and if they hnvc-p- 't didly and I, voluntrcri'i!.' the. men's necessaries were selected with care and hosiery, enough money they go broke. mm nlijr'it ' to thousands teach extremely reasonable prices. To giving you the best with a view of I Twenty-fiv- o or fifty years ago a schools. In firayson county lost week appreciate these values you must see them and it will pay you to come fctandnrd bar of soap sold for 5 cents. 101 teachers volunteered in response and look. Today tho soap makers are among to a personal appeal by Mrs. Stewart the largest advertisers, and a stan- at the Teachers Institute. It is cti-- ' dard bar of soap it Mill 5 cents. It is mated that 40,000 of tliee adults arc better soap today than it was a now in attendance upon moonlight quarter or n half century ago. Mod- schools. The work hr ul.l not be ern chemistry and economic produc- half done, but wholly done. Most o( tion through tho means of ingenious these people who ilid not have the when lio mechanical devices . have been re- opportunity to attend sponsible for the improvement of they were children, learn to read and WINCHESTER, KY. P, D. AVANT, Prop. C. C. QUISENBERRY. quality and the increased output. Ad- write in a few weeks. Kvcrybody vertising has disposed of the surplus, should be interested in this work nnd innd while the profits are less today, hae a part in it)" We incrense the tho'innkcr sells infinitely more and so opportunities of people to make a livHUNT . ifJieproblems and price are ing by teaching them to rend and Abt).ut .j,. ' ' "will decrease crime and write. It jsolveti. . The y '1 supper nt Hunt graded The representative for an adver- pauperism. It has nlrcndy resulted school, la rnday nigul was well Tom McKinnpy was in Winchester tised product finds it easier to sell bis in making .many of them who inve attended. Pies brought very good the first of the week on u business nlrcndy learned to rend the llible (Continued from page 1) wares than does the salesman for the " prices. mission. house that uses no publicity, and so Christians. It will vastly improve General Villa has again broken out Mr. and Mrs. Will Hall of near intelligent e of the franchise and Jiis. W. Q. Patrick visited relative the basis emolutinns of t he former the in Mexico, ar.'l the L'nitcd States may Lexington, were guests of Mr. nnd in Winchester and Clark county last nro uMially less than those of the lat i twill remove a stain upon the 'air trouble with that Mrs. H. Pn ido, recently. ' in yet have more f tllp s,i,t('- - N week. ter. This doe not mean, however, country. Mr. David Hampton was in our rtcnincKy can nuor.i in oe mihii on 1. O. .Inckson, of Harrodsbtirg, paid that the specialty salesman nlwnvs d midst Inst Tuesday on business. makes less money. As his lino i this subject or give it a short visit to his brother-in-laThe Kuropcun war has closed the Miss Mnry Frances Ecton was the Asa Harnett, last week. easier to sell, bis total sales' are large, support. Let t'lie press get behind Mrs. Stewart unanimously and en- markets for a lot of America's prodguest of Miss Mary Eubank', of so if Jiis pay is based upon his yearly .Mr. and LM.rs. A. E. Sanis visiied ucts, and Government experts prerecently. business, his income 'in ay be much thusiastically and keep the ball rollrelatives in Lexington lust week. dict that living' wilt be cheaper this larger than the pay of t he salesman ing until every adult illiterate in Misses Pattie Eub.ank and "Mnry T'ley also .auide a vi-- it to ll'aris and year for the poor man. whose an- - Kentucky shall have had a fair whoso work is harder but .Marcus Ferguson, of Four Mile, Millersburg. cliance to learn to read and write. spent Sundny with Miss Woodie nual sales are less. R. F. French was awarded judgeIt will be very gratifying to the The result of this condition is, howIScott iKcton and vittended ichWeh ment by a Clark county jury last many friend of Geo. W. Lewi, a All bids must bo in Saturday foi at Jit. Olive. ever, that the advertiser can "travel" week for the sum of .fl.OOO nnd interformer resident of these parts, to Dr. Hcnton Pigman, who is attendmen for less money than can the the "Auction Stove " at Williams. est, known a the "tainteU money," learn that his greatly impaired health ing Dental College, at Louisville, visis being regained very rapidly. allrired to have been deposited as ited friends here Saturday night and bribe money in a feud trial to .spirit Jaincs Harrison had a mule to get Sundny . away witnesses. Attorneys for Felix Itev. IF. C. Shoulder nnd JL P. very badly cut on bnib wire fence, li. Feltner, who was defendeut in the Lowry, of Winchester, are conduct- last week, and a horse to get the book actum, have filed a motion for a new run in(o one of it ing revival 'services at Antioch of a single-tre- e trial before Judge lienton. legs biully crippling it. Christian church. Clay Jlobley and JHss Ada Barnes, John Schooler sold or-"- calf to The Louisville and Xashville RailGeo. Jlitchell for $20.00; Jlrs. Docia a daughter of James Humes, were road has commenced work on the Thomas sold one calf to tho same married at the residence of Squiry new roundhouse aiul repair shops JIcKiuney, Thursday, Sept. 24th, the party for $20. which are to be erected in Lexington 'Squire tieing the knot in his usual this fall. The building will cost $38, impressive manner. Card of Thanks. 0(10, and will be of brick construction. A. J. Curtis visited his Editor of the Clay City Times Aquilla Snowden at Pilot View Sunlet. chilled fingers and The Cumberland Pipe Line Com- desiro through your valuable papor blue nose spoil the buckwheats and pany will, in the near future, take to express my sincere tliiinks to tho day and .Monday. About a score of our people at-- " a cup of good coffee? over of the product of the Citizens of Clny City and all of my tended the Winchester court sales Canncl City oil fields, there are neighbors who so kindly and con- Jlondny, and when wc get our bridge You can have a warm dining room thirty-fiv- e producing wells there, stantly administeded to the want of nt Lulbegriid there will ho more of us you can. my dear husbaud who was sick so and two gas- wells. (here. much. For more than five months Your fire never goes out in I. D. Hall has moved into tho house A woman has been appointed to the these kind friends watched over him with his son, Berry, and Dillaid pol'u force in Somerset. Now watch and sat up with him through the Snowden has moved into the house how many men lose thei'way nt night dreary hours.of the night encourag vacated by Hall. nnd require tho assistance of the po- ing and comforting him m his terW. L. Byrd was in Tennessee last rible nfllictions. I shall never forget lice to get homo. week and bought a car load of cattle Threo-fourtof the tobacco crop tho-- e dear friends who so kindly and for the 'Winchester court market. lie of Clark county is already housed. with uch muselflsli devotion attend- sold them, however, before ciiurtilaj. Even the cheapest grade of coal put It is said by experts to be one of the ed him to the' last. Jlay heaven's Curtis Bowman is turning out some blesing roijt urmn.' them nil. .Mis. J. of his splendid sorgum us !ie is ' in the night before will be a mass of best crops in years. T. XFAVKIRK. to doing (iit this season of glowing coke in the morning, and will HOPELESSLUNG TROUBLE CURED. the year. With JlheV flcm cane to heat your rooms perfectly for two or "JAPPLES! cuji eertninly work .Mr. Hownian three hours without a fresh supply. Many recoveries from Lung TroubI nm nlfout' to Jinrvcst nn eatra "beat the beater" when it" comes to Burns anything soft coal hard coal les arc due to Dr. IJellV Inrgo crp of'npjdo of excellent qunl-it- y making enne syrup. lignite or wood. It strengthens the Lung, nt theEurnaco Orchard. They Elder Paul Derthick, of Stanton, I'liecks the Cough and gives relief lit will be roady from the first to the the East Kentucky Sundny School It is guaranteed. once. Mr. W. S. Wilkin. Gates, X. lentil of October nnd I will cither organizer, visited our Sunday School Come in and See (' writes : "J used Dr. Hell's sell them nt the Orchnrd or will de- Sunday afternoon and gnve us u good S the name "Cole's" on the feed door of each Mtove. None genuine without it in a case given up ns liver themTon board the enrs. talk. JIi visited the Sunday School hopeless nnd it affected a complete Plense get your orders in Enrly. nt Kimbrell in the forenoon. Bro. cure," (let u bottle of Dr. Hell's JIHS. J. Furnnce, Dei thick is always a welcome visitor EstiilKojinty Kentucky. If your cough is in our .Sundny Schools. iliy and blinking let it trickle down Leltors'ffihonid bo nddressed to Hie throat, you will purely gut relief. Furnnci,, attej.. Sept. .25th. Before Subscribe for Tlie Times while II 3D-Only !2'ie. at your druggist. Is siill 50 cents a year. that datfipt. Onrrctt, Ky. Get in the Well Dressed Circle get are are at 3 STANTON COLLEGE, STANTON, KY, Term Opened Monday, Sept .7, 'li, ter at It Orie of the Best Schools in Kentucky. Courses in Agriculture and Domestic Science'. By paying pait of their Expenses in W".k Students njay get Rates at the Dormitory as low as $150 per Week. For Information "W'ite to Rev. J. C. Hanley,, President Stanton, Ky. i- "WE USE" 0, DANIEL BOONE AXLE GREASE I $10.00, $13.50 $16.50: $2.50, $3.50 and $5.00 ... 1 And don't have to greats hutonceja week. Made in Kentucky by. CHA$. C. ST0LL OIL CO. Lexington, . . COMPLETE garters BOYS KNEE SUITS AND PANTS. the at ' up-to-da- te Ky. i other STOMACH TROUBLE FOR FIVE YEARS I decided 1 UNITED CLOTHING CO. Majority of Friends Thought Mr. taking other medicines. Hughes Would Die, But any confidence In it. I to take his advice, although I did not have have now been taking One Helped Him to Recovery. Black-Qxau- for three months, and it has cured since 1 rne- - Items Our Neighbors i - PUPRING haven't had those awful sick headaches began using it. for what Black Pomeroyton, .Ky. In Interesting ad- I am so thankful vices from this place, Mr. A. J. Hughes uraugnt nas aone(ior me," Thedford's writes as follows : "I was down with Black-Draught f . has. tjeen stomach trouble for five (5) years, and found a very valuable medicine for dewould have sick ,headachc so bad, at rangements of the stomach anil liver, ft times, that I thought surely did not seem to do I got me. I n"pn" half-hearte- would ie. is composed of pure, vegetable herbs, and acts gently, yet surely. I tried different treatments, but they contains no dangerous ingredients, Elk-ingto- n, any good. It can be freely so bad, I could not cat or sleep, used by young and old, and should be and all my friends, except one, thought I kept in every family chest. He advised mc to try Get a package today-On- ly would, die. Thedford's a quartern and quit Black-Draug- KB . We are Showing a Complete Line of ) CLOTHING, s T son-in-la- Why a Spring Goods, Slippery Etc. two-thir- - Cole's Original Hot Blast Heater Call and see our Line and get our Prices'. We can fit you in Complete Style at Low Cost. SHIMFESSEL'S. Liver good Digestion, eurreet Constipation nnd have an excellent tonic effect on Healthy. the Winle tjtcm ll"iirify ynur blood A'vwimus Mimich, perfect work ing Iivcr nnd tepilnr ni'tiiiff Unwels and rid you of all body poisons is L'lumtnti'ed if von will, use Dr. through the Howels. Only; 23c. nt King' New Life il'llls. They, insure ymir Druggist Keep Your And It. Stomach JT W. Williams, C;t,AY CITY, KENTUCKY. 2t (?) at, LAY- Cf1TYrT,LH,ES, '' ' P:A G E"T HR E E The Practical Way Q Jt J rnglnjr. Several ncjwcnsos have broken out tlic pnst week. TlmrsdajFnijtlit several yonijjr folks called on lira. ('iuiipt)oll,.nii,il were WlioopIngoiMtRh ix now "SHIELD GRAND" The Clothes You Want To Buy At The AT 912.50 In n Wonrlnr Special $IO.OO Numbers fee Our Price You Want To Pay $15.00 Pain Safety Coin Cutter There is no impliment on the Farm that will give better returns for the money than a Dain Corn Cutter. charmingly "entertained. TViesdny-l'niglit- 's SHJinp Battle, wntf rcry interesting. Several simps were' .sung. Hiss Kthel Kiner unit Mts Lulu' ijall were the enptnlns. There were sixteen on emili side. .Miss Kinsers side pained tln victory The New Models In ''Shield Brand" Clothes Miss Mnnd'llowon recited 1)31 RmitliH ('niirtslifi. lEvcryono cn.iovdd it .fm'- '. "Il mcnsely. .Mrs. T. A. sirfter-in-lu- ARE HERE We have never felt so good over the suits and overcoats in our stock as we do regarding our line for fall. The styles, the patterns and the prices are astonishing even to us. All that is correct will be found here this season. For be it known that the "Shield Brand" line of nun with her Thurwlny evening. .Mr. o,V5llie Junker stii.ved nil night with his Aunt Mrs. Murmiret Hull, ' Saturday night. Mrs. AV. S. Hull ciitertnined her mother nnd Afrs. S. K. Ilarri-- . Friday !V evening. Miss Mnud llowcn went home with I Miss Ellid Jlnkcr from Spoiling lint- tie Tuesday' night. hns jn- -t re Mr. Oenrge Rogers turned frnin ' Tennessee. Kveryone wjts glnd to'fPce him. Mr. Dnve. Amburgy hns returned visit to ee 'hi- - mother, home on listers nnd mnny friend-- . Mis. Orecn Kinder came hack to her old home place to attend church I I spent me evoninr Mrs. I), r. Hull 'l..fWffl your opportunity. Come in while our line is complete. you select a pleasing pattern. greatest showing ever profor this season represents duced by the makers of these famous clothes. Don't miss Let us help Suits and Overcoats the The amount one will save in cutting 20 acres of corn will pay the cost of this machine. Two men and one horse or mule will cut one hundv red shocks per day. , Stindny. There was a large crowd nt Mount ('Impel, ut church service- - Saturday, is very AVidnw Loudicc Town-en- d ill with whooping cough at tlii- Apply Sloan's Lreely For Lumbago. Your uttnoks of I.nmliago an- - not You ns the nearly so hopele by can relieve them almost n simple npplicvitinti of Sloan'- Lum-liagon the Jwck and loin- -. nnd - u fornj of rhciminti-yields perfectly to Sloan'- - wlii h penetrates qulrdy all in throna-l- tlie tender mi spies, limbers up finback nnd make- - it feel line, (let a bottle of Sloan'- - Liniment for 'J.') cents of nny dr'ngqi-- t and have it in I'.iiii-mco Fall and Winter Fashions You arc cordially invited to call and see the Beautiful New Sty. les as shown in the New and Handsome Fashion Book of the Victor Ladles Tailoring Company of Chicago The Leading Ladies Tailoring House in the Country. This company makes a specialty of Made to Measure Suits, Coats. Dresses and Skirts, made to order according to your individual measurements in any style and material of your selection, or of your own material. High-Clas- s Come in and let us show you the new way to cut corn. Also a complete line of Ready to Wear Cloaks. Furs, Dresses, Waists. Petticoats. Corsets, etc. Come and enjoy the pleasure of selecting your new TAILOR-MAD- E SUIT or other garment RIGHT HERE AT HOME from the most magnificent collection of styles and materials ever shown, and have the assurance of a perfect fit and highest class workmanship at the lowest prices. Grubbs Cor. Main and Broadway. & , Benton Winchester, Ky. the house ngan-- t sciatica and like neuralgiu, Your but it b'aek ifinot snti-fiemmiey relief. does cive.iyino-fcillfltnn- t cold-, ailment- -. d, f PEfflONALS y Dr. Irvine wn in Loxingtnn on professional id' Mand'.ie--te- r, .Mrs. J. u Andcr-o- n, spending a few days with her is Mrs. T. 0. AVhitc. X. ('. Walter-- , and family motored from Winchester Sunday to spend the day with friends in the city. of .Manchester, .lack Siinp-ohis aunt, Mr. T. (1. White. Oscar Woolery nnd family went over to Irvine Saturday to visit Roller! Woolery, grandfather of Mr. Hubert Woolery continue- - very low and is expected to live but a Mi Annie short while. , ,, f, , -- pent -, of Irvine, Hobeit MasterSmith, of Wedrie-dn- y night with his nephew, Mnrgison. Wed-ncsdnsi-tn, shall be pleased to show you the line, as I know you will be greatly interested in the beautiful styles and handsome materials whether I you wish to buy or not. J. H. Lacy & Co REAL ESTATE HOUSES CITY FOR SALE RENT. A AND MRS. J. W. WILLIAMS, s Always PROPERTY Agent For Victor Ladies Tailoring Company, Chicago. Prompt Service, Perfect Fit and Satisfaction Guaranteed and Prie ZS. the Lowest. Rom 200McEldowneyB'ldg. WINCHESTER, Phor.e 94 :: KENTUCKY EGYPT. il M. Knpurd h.i- M. l. lt I'.i.-- -- nld mile .1.1 . , ,,lt d. tin- - I,',,.,; .V.ilit -- , , ,,ml . ,,. I),.,,.,'.!-.,!- !. Steilih". 1.. nt -- - retain- - '' -- ' " old niie ,u ,.,t e. t,, Mi Mildred .lelTei-iitixill- hi U High Qrade Clothing Best dressers can appreciate the quality of MMIX CLOTH Ks 1IMIT SCllMWIHi When in Winchester call and see ,1- Carl Hlanton, seventeen, on of IT. and K. Hlanton, of Kinibrell, Jlr.--. II. K. 'Hlanton, left Sunday for Indianapoli-- , lud., where youiiir Hlanton will undergo an operation for appendiciti!. from which he 'lias been ailing for. thi-ci- ty TREES! !? Tue-dn- y nine tune and plnee for JV i ! .1 iniliriitioii- - i.f ill- Mi. Nannie Webb. oT Winelie-te- r. eeiin vm- iculled lo the hed-id- e of lier eae-- . She - nnied by her iius- a other, Mrs, Thomas, who is quite! band and several children. Funeral service- - will be held ill. Thurdnv M. M. I'ace boui,ht of Oenrgv uiornim.' at the resilience and dl follow in the Mt. Sterling one calf for $17. Mr. Pace "tent . I ) inter-Hum- M.UL'.inl! 1, ,ei led her Ii,,im. .it tm- - He a (uglily at ..i.mii. dieo ill, ,al-- o -- PLANTS STRAWMIRRY .! Clm.la CI.... lie Acnir. Reus.. ngtis, (irape Vines, old to CliTtoti T. A. K'upard .,,. I'.tce an. I one cull ectneterv. Subscribe for Tile Times cents n ve.nr While for sis.on. Mr- -. jj Vi Where to eat in Winchester, and they will tell you JONES' flESTAURAJil Gor. Main & r- I -t l At ivin $10,00, $12.50, v v- r- iv a t ? i 12. t i i r j enn 3rc $13.50, z-"-i i $15,00 ra r v 1 c I! Broadway Ihrrthlni; lor his uncle, W. I.. Jackson, on Ilard-wickORCHARD, LAWN and (1ARHUN. Creek a few days last week. CATAI.OdS Mrs. Carrie Groves left Saturday NO A(1I;NIS for Falmouth, Ky., where she will Sc ns, H. make her home in the future. Lexington, Ky. who wa.- - seriShimfes-e- l, Mr.,C. Nurserymen Since 18.(1. ously ill last week, is now almo-- t able to completely rccoveied, and is be about attending to business ne 's K. 0. W(ills, of Unrrodslmrg, visited I'eontes, I'niox, eic. ,,., daughter. i,.,,. Ml it ic ctill Kn Hillenmeyer& FALL OPENING 1 Lee Bloomfield North Main St. Co. DROP f usual. Mrs. A. T. Whitt returned to her home nt Clay City Saturday after a vi-- it with relatho here. Morehead I "Winchester, Ky. 03 03 Our New Fall Stock is in, and we have a very complete stock of the Latest and Most Exclusive Styles in Ladies' and Mens' Footwear. Mountnineer. Had' Made Somethtnc. make InY money back-Iharnes, MulllKant" "fidre, 01 made a hundred dollars wance." "How did ye do UtT" "01 backed lilm down cellar own thin aucd th' tuon for lavln' th dure open." "Did Sanitary Bakery When you want good Bread and Cakes, baked in a SANITARY SHOP and made of the best materials, try the . ilown l!io throat ot n "capey" rli!v-kc- n itctroy tho ormi .d iavc tlio chlck'i llto, A Ijw etropj la tho Utlnlan watel yli'lvef n Hl'lm f 5 y ?,vL,r 'ultl'1"""-- CURES and PREVENTS GAPES iv'-lf- ) i diarrhoea, roup, cholera u 1 other chick dlneato. One fiOc ttottlo of Bourbon Poultry Cure Makes 12 Gallons of Medicine. Every poultry raUer ihoulil keep a bottlo ot iaropU thll medicine r J hand Writy (or freeAddren, and Booklet on Dluue ol f'JRBCH REUEOT COMPMT, 'j in n in 'r'""'-'- J I V3 Orders by mail Receive our prompt attention and we pay parcel post. SANITARY BAKERY, of Winchester. arc found at nloi. re in H l'ol." (Sanitary Bakery LEWIS RUPARD Ky. Winchester, ItJlnon, Ij. I'rn A.u.r r.in. r Uik II il fall t el " iche In anr lout t iiu, rfir, U .VI J'rtH' lrl ti- ! E. Fisher & Co. Winchester, Ku Children' Imtltutlont. There, aro 1,435 Institutions In the United Btates for tb'cdre ot "5V JUL t Priccs.To Suit All. Nothing Nothing Too Too Large. Small. J. L. McCord& Co. WINCHESTER; KY. MAIN STREET w I h T PAQEFO.UR LOCAL THE CI ITEMS VYa.C'I TY TIMES w. 8 Come to Our Store Ami let us show you whnt n nice line of goods we carry. Our stock of Dry Goods, Notion'", Groceries, Hnnlwnre, Clothing, Shoes and etc. la replete with united her pnrcnts, Mr. nnd .Mrs. Henry Smitson at Virden from tfnt urdny until Monday. .Mr. nnd Mrs. TV it. Ware nnd their Porie Wood, a former Clay City boy, rode in Sunday morning on his two dntightcrs Visited Mr. nnd Mrs splendid motorcycle from Winches Smitson nf Virden Sunday. ter. Subscribe for The Times while It Monday is county court day at is still 50 cents a year, Muntnn and fiscal Uourt meets on Tuesday and will continue in session COMMISSIONER,!! SALE until the usual routine of claims nre passed upon. M. If. 'Lylc, administrator &c, Can I'. Goff drove a large hunch of Plaintiffs, vorsus 0. 'W. Lylc, Sr. feeders from Powell county Too day. This only one of a number of nnd 'Heirs &c, Defendants Xoliee hirjre droves of cattle that leave this of Snle in Equity. lty virtue of n judgment nnd order conntv everv week. of Sale of the Powell Circuit Courty I. X. llerry, the West llend pop rendered nt the Juno Tertn, 1011, man, who has recently located his thereof in the above cause, the unplant in Itcattyville, spent Monday dersigned will on Paper and Paint Sale Special attention given mail orders. Picture framing to order. We are prepared to figure on contracts for painting or papering. ON ACCOUNT 0E BEING OVERSTOCKED WE ARE MAKING THE FOLLOWING PRICES Variety, Style and Quality. THIS COMBINED WITH OUli FOR CASH ONLY CARTER, EAGLE & DUTCH BOY LEAD READY MIXED PAINT m i m as; Low Prices Make it to your interest to give us a good share of night in t lay City. .Mr. Ilcrry says liis business is good at Beattyvllle anil speaks ol tins adopted town in the highest terms. At least one hundred people from IVwcll comity, we believe, attended I'liuntv court at Winchester Monday. inot of wlitmi did more or less basilic, in the live stock line, or witl Winche-terV wide-n-wn- OCTOBER 5, 1914 m your trade. We strive to please our customers be- - eauee we know satisfied customers are our best upsets. merchant Yours to please, that have been currying advertise ments in the Times. The dry people of Powell count) mgrnttilatc the successes in oui neighboring counties of Clark ant If these good eountiei Montgomery. that Powel' have Vie experience utility has hnd with local option the) ivill never iigain hnve a licensed sa loon in cither county. These coun ties going dry will greatly improvi the situation m tins county. Jlu) the good work extend in the futuri it has in the pust. WALDM & JOHNSON, Waltersville, Ky. it l o'clock IP. M. or thereabout, (being Court Day,) 1 will as Com- nissioncr, proceed to offer for sale" at Public 'Auction to tyhc highest bidder on n credit of si xand twelve months, nt the Court House door, d Stantion, Ky., the property in the judgment, A certnin tract of land on Ilnrd-vic- k creek and known ns the Geo. W. Lyle, Sr., home farm nnd adjoin-'n- g the lands of I. Ts Sams' Heirs, Bud Bush, D. It. Daniel, Jeff Wright md C. C. Daniel, Jr., land contnining ihout 220 acres or sufficient thereof , so ordered to be fo produce $ mcn-ioneto-w- 100 lb kegs. 50 lb kegs 25 lb kegs LINSEED OIL $7.10 3.70 1.95 5 gallon lots 1 $1.65 $1.70 gallon lots gallon lots 5 and 10 gallon lots Per barrel 1 TURPENTINE 65c 60c 58c Varnishes 20 per cent off. Floor Wax 20 per cent off. Colors in Oil 20 per cent off. Brushes 10 pei cent off. $4.50 Paint Burners for. . $2.75 made. The purchaser will he required to jive bond, with approved security for 'he payment of the purchase money, ,o have the force and effect of n Bond, bearing' legal interest from the day of sale, according to aw. Bidders "will be prepared to com-ll- y with these terms.! A lien will he etnined on the land sold till nil the in gallon lots 5 and 10 gallon lots 1 65c 60c 58c Per barrel. ALL WALL PAPER AT 25 PER CENT OFF Hardwick & Hos Clearance Sale. All Summer Goods at Reduced Prices. get The cool nights this week crovde , r. i i i imny persons out enriy loosing io''rost but so i'nr thev hnve been tin paid. ible to find nny. "It seems to tnk. 'uirehnse money-i- s Bond payable to . Commissioner. 'older wenther to bring frost in tic ROMULUS JAQKSOX. nil thnn in the Spring," some sny IV.ie nvcrage dute for killing Frosu Mnster Commissioner, Powell C. C. 38-n Kentucky is Oct. 20, nnd it is hope ) lint it will not appear this year be ore the overage date. After killin;' SHOE REPAIRING N. MAIN frosts most people have to beau STREET consist! ceding, as their pasture Send your shoe's1! )$! parcel post, mostly of Japanese clover which h ind have them repaired' in flio best killed by ordinary freezing weather material. ny. and with of the county iend money with the shoes. Prices: Some few farmers however, have plenty of timothy, re( Men's Half Soles, sjewed 90c, nailm m m ?.s m vx top, or bluegrass. hut most of then ed 65c. depend on Japanese clover for thev loys' and Women's linlf Sole s, sewSIOO.OOO OAPITAr, STOCK. fall grazing, and there is nothing betAND UN-- 3 75c. nniled 50c. 3 SURPLUS ed ter so long as it lasts. DIVIDED PKOF1TS. 'JCXJ.OOO lubber heels, Men, B5c, Women 50c. Lenthcr heels, Men, 35; Women 25c. nniht lie in Saturday fti: All bid Parcel post work receives prompt atTHE the "Auction Stove' at Williams. 3t t SALE ENDS OCTOBER, 3rd. These prices are for cash only. Goods charged will be at regular prices. WINCHESTER PAINT & WALL PAPER CO. WINCHESTER KENTUCKY sauawjii w w The Popular Gaiter Boot Made in. Dull Kid, Cravanett and Brocad es. Top with the new Spanish Heel. RIGHT-UP-TQ-THE tention. Now is the time and here is the place to YOUR FALL COLD NEEDS ATTENTION No ue to fuss and try to wear i nut. It will went- - you out instead Take Dr. KingV N'ew Discovery, re lief follows quickly. It cheeks you Cold and Soothe your Cough away Antiseptic nnd Healing Pleasant, Children like it. Get a ,'iOc. botth and keep of Dr. KingV N'ew it in the house. "Our family Cough and Cold Doctor" writes Lcwi Ohio .Manchester, Chamberlain, Money back if not satisfied, but it ncarlv nlwnys helps. WADES MILL. CHAS. BALHUT Winchester Ky. f Winchester W. K. SniAit, Bank, OP WlNClISTEH. Ky MINUTES. Also see us when in need of merchandise not in this sale. We :keep as near as possible what the trade ' wants, at the right price, and pay the highest price for your produce. ; 'unusual bargains. - N.IIOL.I.V WlTIIEKSX'OON-- , I'liKH. ;j TRACY AND STOKLEY Real Estate and Insurance. We Buy nnd Sell Farm nnd City Property of nil kinds. We lmve home nice fnrras in Chirk nnd ndjoinin counties for pale or rent. Write us ivluit yon want. We write all kinds of Insurance. TRACY AND STOKELY. Office, Main Street, Winchester, Ky. POWELL & JACKSON CAHiiiMit. VOUR ACCOUNTS SOLICITl - M vs. its. z.sss. ca ., ,i. .ii ,t ,i. ! a-- rA.itAa :t I i SHOES FOR THE CHILDREN. 1, r Hardwick & Co., Stanton. OD BANKING i SERVIC E I J. DANDEALER JACKSON IN Writers of all Kinds of Fire, Life, Mr. J. P. Ouldin nnd little Tornado, Lightning and Hall InsurMildred Allen, spent the latter ance.. We are also agents for the part of last week with relatives in Illinois Surety Company and are preIrvine. pared to do a general Bonding busiMr. and Mrs. J. I). Turley spent ness. Sunday with Mis'- Lizzie Treadaway. POWELL & JACKSON . of near Mt. Sterling. Llnvllle Jackson Sam W. Powell Mr. M. C. Tyler has returned to Office In Court House. Florida after a few mouth' visit Kentucky with his parents, Mr .and Mrs, II. II. Winchester - is yours for the asking at the I x CLAY CITY BANK HUTSELL & SMITH "SIGN OF "THE SHOE" WINCHESTER, KY. New and Second Hand Furniture UPHOLSTERING AND REPAIRING A SPECIALTY -- Tyler. and Mrs. T. R. Hanks, of. near Ford, .Mr. and .Mrs. u. u. ilardmnn and little daughter; Mr. A. II. Hupard were guests of .Mr. nnd Mrs. II. II. Tyler Sunday. When in Winchester see the latest pictures at the Colonial. Mr. VIRDEN. A NATIONAL OVER YEARS' EXPERIENCE (! Corner Broadway and Maple St. KENTUCKY WINCHESTER, Clay City, Ky. Capita! Stock - - - $25,000.00 tA . . RICHMOND, KY. I RYE AND TIMOTHY SEED Need any Fence, Gates, Roofing, Cement, Sewer Pipe? Write us. We sell the Owensboro Wagon, the best one made. OUR PRICES ARE ALWAYS RIGHT. W. B. Woodford, with Mrs. nnd their little neiee, und Mix Steele, nnd "Mr. und Mrs. 15en Woodford, nil of Iliinrhon county, nil u isit to the chili Iioiimi recently nnd nront lending atkttrh n4 description mr t Invention U probeblr Pln.tbWi OK 'oniiiiunlca. on I'At.ntt etit Ilea. Olde.t .i.ucr fur tM.'Urillir DAI. in.. I'nleuu Uken tEroMti iluuu A i'u. wilri HclalnotUt. wltbouteMrte, wiua munnti Designs Copyrights Ac. I hade Surplus and Profits. - - $10,000.00 $25,000.00 A TRAININO SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS Courses loading to Klenicntarv, Internicdlato and Llfo Htalo Ucrtlltrutcs. Valid in all l'ubllo Schools ol b'peclul Courses and Ilevlew Courses. Tuition Free to ApR)lntec3. Two splendid dormitories, now model school, new manual training building, practice school, department of agriculture, a well equipped Doniestlo Science. (ryniiiaflmii. First Term begins HeptenilxT 7. Becond Term November 10, Third Term January 23, I nurthTjrm April 8, Bummer School opens Ken-luck- y, Shareholders Liability ' We pay 3 $60,000.00 4. per cen t Interest en Sav J ? ScfeHtlfic flnterlcaii elr. b.ndiom.lf lllailr.lwl we.llr. riilklloii ot eur .cl.ntlde lonnie K 'ienae, I J A logs deposits. June It, Cataloguo Free Teiiri tour monitt...!. Hi U 111 I pwiiiiiiii".uw ' WltT i DRINK . bent the duy looking over the demons t . j. . citAllUK, Ir.Unt. prop-irt- y. UIIUl - 9' Bedford WINCHESTER) 1 ts & Xuttle KENTUCKY. W. II. Woodford has hold to Cory Wanted tnfrmvtron. whont fifty of hind on "I had mr fortune told Jait night" the ciist hide of the rnilrond nt Vir- - , "Did youT How much" la ttf-WJ- oU d n, nt 8.8fl per nore, JJ', Free Preaa. Mr. Jennie Wlhee, of lA!sin(;ton, i I Reasons and Woman, "When a woman can give a reason (or disliking a man, she hasn't any. It her dlsllko comes Just because sho has no reason there a generally good ground Wright for It." Reginald Kauffman, "MORE THAN WET!' The Hearts of the People, "So you think you have your opponent defeated before the campaign starts?" "I'm sure of it. Ha ts going to depend on handshaking methods to make himself agreeable, l'mdearnlng to dance." ft