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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): October 15, 1914 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1914 cla1914101501_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 15, 1914 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1914 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. M. PUILISHED EVERY THURSDAY. P. O'MARA, Owner and Puhlfsner J tie f! XXX I VCLME XIX; HUW1ER 42. , i!TinV' TIMES. CLAY CJTY, We are Hcr to Help Clay City, the Surrounding Country and Ourselves. KKpMI W THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1914 The Best Weekly In this Section, INFORMATION ABOUT KENTUCKY FARMS. Kid. II. S. Burgher, of Winchester, spent Fridny night with A. E. Sams und family. J. S. Stephens, of Irvine, who wns here last week and built a new chimney for Kid. O. W. Mcintosh which he had placed in his new addition to his rcsidctmo. A. K. Sums went to Winchester Inst week and bought a farm of 10." acres, four miles from town for He doesn't t8.870.OO. intend to move to his farm until 101(5. Aipiilln Snowden, of Gordonton, visited the family of A. J. Curtis last week. Mr. Snowden has rented a house from Kid. CI. W. Mcintosh and will move buck to this neighborhood and farm here next vear. T. S. McKinncy was in Winchester md Ilerrv Hull in Mt. Sterling Mon-lay. MiijS .Kntio ori Roddy left last week n visit to relntives nt Howling i. urccn, nyvnnce'progresS'CHjjimprovemcnt in Receivers Considered That Jackson frs. Lucy Jnckson is visiting Iter any line, nil wljJVileg'ire to lessen Would be More Advantageous son, T. II. Jackson, nt Louisville. crime, to help Jn$grcnt work of "Mr. fc'Elkins, n tencher in the tenching both male . Place For General Offices public s'cihool nt West Liberty attend- weeks issue.' nnd fcmnle, ftr'rend5ind to write anil Teaching School. Of Company. The canning factory has bod one ed tho Tencher's Institute this week. spell nnd encqtirapi, them to seek of the biggest seasons of canning There was nn6ther drawing card lhat Governor McCreary bus shown his knowledge and $4 (to1 their acquireAlter cuiiMiknilile dlscitsiiou as brought him here "however. He says lomntucs thnt they linvo ever had. interest in the education of the peo- ments .by moonlighMehijoI and by to the most suitable place for the During thnt dry mjc11 the prospects thnt he hopes that he can come of.scboopUjses where cdu-- ( general olllces of the Day were very gloomy for n crop, but the ple of Kentucky and' in the alleviation Lumber ten. cation is as .Ifrcs. the air we & loal Co. to be located during the brought them forth in of tho adult illiteracy of the Stale by Rev. J. C. Hnnlcy and wife were in rains have his proclamation of the appointment breathe, and wherAlI may come to winding up process which is now goLexington on Tuesday of this week. abundance. They run out of cans of the Kentucky Illiteracy Com- edify themselvesm! drjnk u" the ing en, the receiver-- , for the company Mr. Fred liluckburn attended ft and had to send for more. fountain of the wriieFjof life freely. finally decided that Jackson wa- Aunt Haley 1'rodt, whose illness mission. This Commission will do mcctinir of the State Board of Airri In testimony 'wficreri'fj I have enur- more cent rally wna nnM in IflRt wccl3H ,uI,cr 1ie,, much townid the iliotterinent of the located with reference culture at Louisville last Saturday nt her home on Mt. Cnunnn lust people of the State by giving those ed these letters "fiSte made patent to the other and the olllec-wereturning home Sunday. who had not the present day ndven-tnge- s nnd scnl of the poinfionjvcnlth to l)e accoidingly moved there this Thursday. Mr. Robert Blackburn was home a Mr. T. 0. Cole and his son, Thnd-deof cducution, u chance to learn hereunto nflixe'd. ?Mie nt 'Frankfort week. Clay City loses two good citi- Rliort time this week .renewing nc fttember, in the zens by the move, Judge Luther Lov were Jicre Snturdny welling out to read and write. This splendid the 21st dny of, quamtatrce with his family. work hns for some time been under your of our Lord, di thousand nine ing and .Mr. E. II. Mcolmie both he- n mutton they had killed. A very pretty little baby girl wns erf, Mr. J. II. Hnrdwick, of Winches- the supervision of Mrs. Cora Wilson hundred nnd ifourtc Mil .and in the one,"'; transferred to Jackson. It bus left nt tho home of Mr. and Mrs. D ter, was here one dny last week on Stewart, and under her active leader- hundred nnd twcntylniird year of the not been definitely settled yet whethII. Clark's where Hicir daughter Mrs. er the Company's store will uNo be ship it is hoped that there will be no Commonweal tit. sJK'i Myrtice Conlce 'has been on a visit business. moved or not, but it i prc.babie that JA'MES;bm'CREAIV, Mr. Burnam Skidmorc, of this illiterates in the State in the course Rcieeiitiitivc Lnngley liu- - sefor several days. It is under- cured an exteii-io- n for thiity days ot place and Mr. Tom Hall, of Kosslyn, of a few years. . Governor. it will remain here. Rev. George Miller, of Menifee stood that the transfer is only a the order discontinuing the pot-ollic- e (cal) .C.FjpiECBLirs, county is conducting a revival meet- wcro in Lexington IFridny of lust Following is the proclamation of I - Scctetnry of State. teirporury one, and that the head at Peuch (Orchard, Kv. ing at Mt. Caanun nil this week. week. the Governor: fflicc will be returned here shortlv. VuVNSANT, ciglity-fiv- o Bro. ''Miller is ..CEClJ. J yenrs of At the Inst meeting of the General The Clark County iFiscal Court will Assistant SccMary of State. age and hns been preaching for sixty Assembly oC Kentucky, I recommend PILOT hereafter hold monthly meetings, 01 MRS. RUPARD CURTIS. fjve years for the Christian church. tluit a Kentucky Illiteracy Commisthe Wediicsslay following the first The writer wns nt Viper in Perry sion be nppointed nnd authorized' to After lingering illness of many M.ui.ln v in each month. county over Sunday. Since he wns LATE MARKETS Corn crops are moderately good inquire into and alleviate the condit months, Mi. Unpaid Curtis passed ther the last time eight years ngo around here, but the potato crop is ion of the adult illiterates in the I The Kentucky Trots had to l away Monday night. .Mrs. Curtis there hns been a wonderful change ilmost a failure. State, and Mrs. Corn Wilson Stewwas about :'.5 year- - of age, and'i-siirvi(- "l postponed !ut Friday and Saturday in "the plneo, the new railroad having CINCINNATI LIVE, STOCK. Sorgum making is now in full blast art, Chnirureui ; Miss Ella Lewis, Docby her huslwnd and five owing to the heavy rain.- -, which niudi brought in lumber mills nnd opened in this section of the counfcv. tor; J. G. Crabbe and President H.H. One little girl, aged two the track too wet for the horse--- . children. up coal mines till there was qnite a Cincinnati, 0.. Oct. l.'i. -l- fecpint. The daily mail whitih has been in- - i Cherry were appointed ns members livV (.toctf nt the years, died about a month ngo. The thriving little town, uigurnted here is a great couveni - Lf the Commission. 'This Commis- - and shipments of Lee county is to vote on Nov. 26 ConvenCincinnati. Cnion StdckyimN Wed- Mineral took place Wednesday, with i The State Sunday School ence, nnd rs much appreciated, Mon Ifas mnugurnted a Stotc foi on the question of a bond burial at Powell's Vallev. tion will be ilicld nt Lexington from nesday were: ChCjtle.Hogs.shccp. Mr. Havey Ashley, who has been thirty-fiv- e Mrs. Stewart being the active iReccipts thousand dollars, t.j b 5(jii 2.'7:i October 20 to 23. The railroads working in Perry county, is now at J 05 loader in the efforts to stamp out il- Shipments pent on the road- - of the county b SELLS FARM. have 'given special rates on their bonne with lliis family. ll'J 344 literacy through moonlight schools ' he Fiscal Court. CATTLE roads and it is hoped flint u number Steady uid quiet at Miss Pearl Hall and Misses Bertie Mr. A. C. Hume- - sold hi- - farm of from this county can attend. It is and Myrtle Campbell and '.Miss Laura nnd other methods. Upon their cull Monday's prices Sni ipcis .t7.2."i(h Tinwhich i not often that we ihave a state con- Hall attended church, at Parker Sun- for volunteers ubout one thousnml $8:27, butcher stecr$ extra X'Mdi thirty ncies about a mile wet of town to John Stepp, of Lee county. low luing publi-he- d teachers offered their services and ?7.75, good to choiet !f0.7( vention so near us. Some of the day. at Richmond, 1 are, teaching or making nrrangemcnts common to fair $:((ii ."(), heifers, ex- Mr. Stepp is to get posse ion on result of the comliinntion of tin finest speakers of the state and outT. A. Hull, J. W. Hall and Grant o two paper- - thcie, oume out with side of 'Kentucky will address the Seny are logging in the Blacking to tench at night, and others arc tra .f7.n.")7.r)0, good (0 cliolce .$0.2.- -) Nov. 10, and Mr. Hume- - will to live with his duuuht'r. Mrs. very good issue this week, and bid-fdaily offering their services. The ($7.25, common to f ir 1.50(j.15, convention. House hollow. at Puaoja. 'The jr. to.be a splendid paper. chairman and lender in this great cows, extra $5.85w2V25, 'wod to' Hon. J. C. W. Beckham, snndidn .ChnrIey Pasley is i planning to orkTnirifdfrnTd mTthat' tie Kc? SioieT 5;25(j?TrWpbiu)n tofuir liner paio ior ine property win ."final. ihis present, home move from in a "fsSmttor will address the peopb of it tucky. Educational Association, the f.1(o)5.J5, ennners $3(jfi4. Lexington ha- - received the short time. Powell county at bhe Court house on COLUMBUS DAY. BULLS Strong," Bolognas Kentucky lress Association, the .f0(? 1.' the $.100,000 nllotte. Mr. nnd Mrs. C. D. Ropers and Oct. 20. Come and hear one of Ken- family visited Mr. und Mrs. II. John Kentucky Federation o them to aid in crop mining. Th of Women's fO.00, fat bulls $ff&l6.73. tucky's most brilliant men nnd who Kinzer Wednesday. Monday wa- - Columbu- - Day, ami mi.uev was -- hipped by MILCH COWS Steady. Clubs, nnd the 'Society of Colonial express fron will nlmost without n doubt be your a legal holiday throughout the Stale the CALVES Easy and slow to Maud .Bowon, is Dames are taking much interest nnd Our tcuoher, Miss at Cincinnati, am next Senator from Kentucky. The staying with Mr. und Mrs. John Kin- nre performing much valuable ser- shade lower. Extra .ill, fair to good of Kentucky, although 110 public was equally divided among three o Hon. Win. Jennings Bryan will make of t!ic day wus held, .beyond Lexington Xulionul bank- -. common and large zer this week. Next week she will vice, and thnt many other organiza- $7.25(10.75, . ten speeches in Kentucky on his the fact that the linnks were closed. attend tilic institute, nnd we will miss tions in Mie State seam interested. $5.25(0-10.50this wck. HOGS Slow, good The aim of the Kentucky Illiteracy to choice In snnic cities the schools were closSecretary of State William .lea the usual weekly selling battle. Mrs. J. T. Adams, or Hatchers and butchers' .$7.95(o8. ed, a ml celebrations were held. Four "ing- - Itryan - to speak in Lexing Mr. T. A. Hull shook his chesnut Commission is noble an exulted and packers Crxck drove into town with a young tree Saturday evening, and gathered of the greatest broefit, nnd there is mixed puckers' $7.85(r7.95, stags years ago the General Asombl. ton thi- - afternoon nnd a large crow, mule hitched to n buggy belonging to three pecks of chesnuts. no subject of more importance or of f .25(i 0.75, common to ohoTee iicnxy passed the law making October 12 a from all oer the State will boar him Mrs. Lizzie Martin. On the way The siher longed .Vebriiskan Born, To Mr. and Mrs. E. Willie influence than the elimi- t'at sows .$5.257.50. light shippers' legal holiday the -- nine a- - Thank nil home the mulecould not hold the Townscnd Sunday night, fine boy. and other sim- speak on behalf of the Demncrati-nominenation of illiteracy from our State. f 7.1 0(i 7.50, pigs (110 lbs mid less) giving Day, Cliri-tnii- is buggy back in going down n hill and ilar occasions. Marion Atkinson, Otis Powell und We should educate nil of our people, $."( 7. .fur Congress front the Se. xtarted to run away. Mrs. Adam SH EBP Slow and 10(T15e lower. cntli Churley Rogers, of Rogers!' chitpel, those under twenty-on- e yenrs of age, jumped out nnd was not so very bad-J- y Extra $4.75, good to choice $4.25(r MRS. SMETHERS PASSES AWAY. wore nt Hall school house to attend und those upwards of twenty-on- e hurt. Tho buggy was smashed up church Monday night. Stuart Robinson College at lllncl; years of age. The perpetuity of our $4.05, common to fair .$2.50( 4.15. Rome when the mule ran into n teleLAMBS Steady. ey, an institution Extra .$7.05( Mr- -. Su.lie Smothers died ThursRev. and Mrs. Dow will continue free institutions depends upon the inImilt under th. phone pole ami had to stop. $7.25(71 7.00, day evening alter a protracted services here for some time. siicrision of Dr. F.. 0. Ciierrantjoi telligence und virtue of tho people "7.75, good to choice ' Jlev. L. F. Martin was in LouisLcdford Hull left Wednesday night TJiere arc 208,084 men und women ii. ommnn to fair $5.257, culls .$4.50 with stomach trouble. Mr- -. the cducution of children in KasU-ville soveral dnys last week buying (c5, heavy lambs 77.50. for Tcnnncssce. Smother- - wa- - well known through- Kentucky, wus formerly opened 11111 our State who cannot read and write, building material for the now house out the county, and wa- - a very exem- dedicated lust week. Mis. E. W. Baker went to sec her and of whose intelligent efforts nloiu Several ad thnt is being built in the Patrick ad- mother, Mrs. MoKnnbb, The heavy rains which fell Satur- plary woman, and who has ilrese- - were delivered by promincn good chri-tiii- u. the lines of education, religion nn dition, day, while not much value to any Her husbuiul died ulmut -- even vein's iil'iciitiunuli-t- s been very ill for some time. of Kentucky. general development nnd advanceMr. Ance Norton was in Clay City of t'lio crops, served ' to replenish ago, and Hall went to sec her ment Mrs. T. A. huge , iinulv l children tho State is deprived, and this Saturday looking uiter the interest brother, Mr. Sohooler Pasley, ThursThe heavy ruin und wind that fel some of the wells that were gutting survive her. The funeral took place constitutes a deplorable situation in a bridge, ,u cross the river ,uf dry. Some washouts were reported day. His children are very ill with aii'i'iiing. Ite. L. F. Maun last Saturday did considerable dam ami presents a great and urgent need IFord. 'We sure do need n the whooping cough. from the county, but (hey wcro not conducting ti.e en ice- -, and burial age in some of the adjoining v. .untie which should be promptly met nnd bridge and we trust that the Stale lu F.iyette. several telephone poler extensive. being at Powell-Vi.llev. roleivcd. Instruction should be ofengineer will hurry up and make his were blown aero the roads, mu1 GENET. fered to the mothers for their own survey so that we can get it. in or lux., hiindicd telephones wen ' Miss Edith Stewart who is attendsuke nnd for tho sake of their childput out of commis-joClark counh Svv.e-a- l young folks attended ing Stunton College is visRing fivmds ren and tho .benefit of the State; it also -- un'erod some from the storm. c'hurch at Roger's Chapel Sunday in Winchester during Institute week. should be offered to the fiitlier for. report a nice time. Misses Maxie and Daisy Johnson nre night. They all their own suke nnd for the sake at INJURED BY to Rogers' went H. S. Chuppel nt their iiomo at Tnllogu. Mi-- s Ger-traincreasing their earning capacity nnd' Chnpel Friday, on business. DYNAMITE EGPL0SI0N Vollmer is home nt Vaughns Joe Mullins, of South Fork, was a promoting home comTorts, nnd for Mill and Miss Sylynniti King is homo the sake of a more intelligent exerevening. Und Todd, of Ida may. wa- - severol.v at lrcinn Fields. Mr. CJilbert Wki'c visitor here Saturduy cise of the right of suffrage so as to Albert Uowen, of iNorth Fork, pass, injured a few day-- ago by the exis lit C.ny City and Fmiio iJonri icri cd through hero Sunday, looking for help maintain good government for plosion ot a charge of dynamite i t finding tho week wttli lit parents tho State. Instruction nhould bo ofsome cuttle. while he was lumping it. o wu in Fleming. Our school is progressing nicely, fered to tho young men nnd young employed in a coal mine and was A paily of teaohers an I vnrrsrl und the children attending are all women who have misncM opportunistanding directly nvcr the charge l vtir to Nuturil Bridge Si doing well. ties earlier in life, but may yet take when it exploded. lli injuries con'unlay to fw the wonJorful f hold of instruction and make sisted of a broken jaw, one arm bro-ke- n Nature. Among those who went achievements. The instruction of all in two places and the loss of his BUYS LYLE FARM. were: Mrs. Bnr Sleeth; 'Prof. Rnn-bo- n the illiterates in the Stnte will not right eye. It is not known whethei nnd wifo nnd son, Muses Pais he will recover or not. Morgan McKinnoy bought the only give to iKentucky higher rnilk, ley, Thompson, Carver nnd Herbert property known us tho George Lyle, educationally, among the States, but Joherf nnd James Chaney. wil givo her a now and distinct poPar. J. TI Adums iprcuchej nfMt. Sr. .fiinu on Hnddwick's Greek, which FIRE BRIGADE ORGANIZED. sition ns the first Coiiunknweiiltli wns sold by Muster Commissioner Olivet in Ie county over Sunday. anyMr; William Ledford, of Dundee, Romulus Jackson, nt Stanton Inst which hns over attempted to accomThe day after the fire at Jackson miilen ibusiness trip to Stanton week. Tho property contained about plish such a great and important last week the city council met nnd a 220 acres, nnd tho price paid was work. I call upon all to help in the Sattihlayof last week. fire brigade wus formed for the procause nt education of those under Mr. A. T. 8tewurt left Snturdny $7,2.10. tection of the proH'rly of citizens In twonty-on- o years of ago and those for Huzel Green to spend a weok nt tho event of another outbreak of fire upward of twonty-on- o yenrs of nge, the Springs. TEACHERS IIECEIVE PAY. in the city. Jackson seems to hnve and I appeal to every public and priThe Teuohers Institute U lA.'iug been having rather mode than her held this week at the cpllevs building. Tho County Teachers all received vate teuoher, every profe.ssor in our share of the destroying monster lateWioir first pay Inst week, the checks high schools, collegos and universiMrs. Cora Wilson stewnrt Is ly, and aa organization of some kind nnd from expression Ti'criid having been sent from 'Frnnkfort to ties, nil public" officers, every reprewas badly needed there to intelligentbhe seeinu to be one u! the fimif n- - the Superintendent, sentative ttjf thp jressverprpfeii- ly fight outbreaks of fire, Mnietori thnt has ever held our in her fourteenth In- stitute. This stituto she has held Utis yenr. Mrs. Chns. Firth, Second Vice President of the Kentucky Epiot Rights Association sent a letter to Governor McCreary Proclaims Ap the' writer thnt fhe would address pointment of Commission Which the institution Thursday, but tho letter came too lntc to get it in last , Will Have Charge of Commission to Assist Illiterates ionnl mnn, cV mechanic nnd tiiibitiftaa MRriWHil evey woman ' "mil '" who lovfs the bleWM of education, nnd all who dcsirWrfcp promote re ligion, 8cienvce11itrlfure' or art, or . Day Company Makes Tranefer Of Office T ndiilt'jlcs, aet, re (From Inst Federal Census Reinirts.) Kentucky hns 2,"0,18.) farms; of this number 171,:2Ti arc operated by owner nnd mnnngers nnd 87,800 by tenants. Sixty-i- x per cent of the farms of this State arc operated by owners and malingers and 'M per cent by tenants. The farm home owners and innnn- ncrs n: Kentucky cultivate 11.201, 0110 acres of land and the tenants till :UI!i:i.ll()0 acres in this State. . t imc viiine o it liimi ami iiiiilduis uie of the tenant farms of this Slate is .fl.Vl.TS.I.OOfl; that of the home own- crs and manager-- , is 481,(i7.",000. MM I . us Items About. Our Neighbors W. K. Heflin and K. W. Crump, of were hero Inst week md bought a nice bunch of cattlo from various persons. Tliev wero laying five cents for good cows; six latU county, it ''-t- ents for heifers; seven cents for teers. Both of thc-- e gentlemen iiunife-te- d delight at the prospect 'or a biidge at Lalbegrud. Each of hem. -- aid their county should, and hey were arc it would, bear its part of the expense with countv in the building of tho nidge, leaving the subscription to help the home pen-d- o nnney rui-c- d build a turnpike from this place o the propo-e- d bridge. -ill cam-puig- .-, -- .Mr. ami 1'exn-. Mr- -. tth'i of MrBen-o- - Cliuinx-Miidisonia- a, ind friend- rue-- ts .Mi-e- Formnn, of relatives at Kiddwlle, were the ur uie , a-- -. n Lncilc Hisle, Monday. Spencer nnd Mnr-l- m probn-hly-K- jHJuudr Haggard, of Winchester, and scliool-vill- e, visited Miss Ruth Hisje ust wck. . . .uiss .Mnry .pent from Friday until Saturday Mary Hi-l- e. vitb Mi Mr. and Mr.--. Joe Ilislo nnd little or, Paul, of Mistletoe, and Mr. and drs. Clayton Hisle nnd two children, f Pilot View, visited their parents, 11 lr. and .Mrs. Thomas Hile, Sunday. Kim-'uel- be-lia- lf Miss lleithu 'Berry, of West Bend, l. Mrs. Jus her the pnst week. Mr. und Mrs. Turn Stanhope and laughter, .Mina. spent lu.- -t Sunday ill-n- 11 itli Mr. and Mr- -. Will Stunhopc, at Mint View. Mis-of Pilot Morton, Alma View, -- pent Int Friday night with Jcnniu and Kthcl Caudle. Mi-- s Sylvn King, of Stanton i spending a few days with mice folks. The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Win (inrrett who 1ms hem quite iek Inst week with Scoiletinn, hns bout recovered. es Mi-s- es Col-ego. 11 IAN PEAVEY THROUGH HIS FOOT. While working on the liver for the company Tuesday noining. Dock Thomas run u pcuvey hrotigh his toot ami was very paitt- ully injured. Alter being attended "y Dr. M. .Martin lie was taken to his home, and "ill he able to be out again in about a week. rodlieud-Ourrcit nam-inten- -- - Try The Times FOR YOUR n. PILOT VIEW. Mi-- s Ma ud Bowcu spent tho night (Join, Julia, Monday with Misses Viva and Lizzie Sparks. Tiicsdnv night's spelling mutch was a decided success. The house wus vrowdrd, and the choir sung soma Job Printing7 pe-Mi- 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 thing in the line of printing. Try us and sea fine song- -. Adventists. The Seventh-Da- y Rev. ami Mrs. Dow arc holding u protrnctcd meeting, in Hull School House this week. Mr. and Mrs. Oaks, Mr. and Mrs, Dow ami Mr. John A. Roger wero the guests of Mrs. T. A. Hull, Sunday. Mr. Shirley Sparks returned home Saturday night. Miss Effie Baker is visiting her sister Mrs. Hettn Kinser, this week. Mr. Schuyler Pusley topk dinner with his sister, Mrs. T. A. irallt Sun--da- y nnd attended eiiurvh 'Sunday; morning nnd night. 4 kt&fM The Clay City Times, A- - PA THE GE TWO CUV GUY- TIMES millions between Ihi two men. There mo rorty-eijistate in the Union and two V, S. b'onators from each P.Utte. If there nhnuld he ns much dilTerrnee in the worth of nil other Kepdhllenn and Drmocrrtir KVna-torht s, THE C LAY Ct T V T I ME S . ? ' A Democratic Newspaper Eighteen Years Old M. P. O'MARA, OWNER AND PUBMSIIEIl. Entered ns scccmJ-clas- s mnil matter at tho Tost Oflleo nt Clny City, jKy., under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1S70. ;UDSCJtIPTIO.N- nATF-$1- .00 per year in advance. THURSDAY, OITOIIKK 13li)14. Somo of our Jicpiililiean friends linvo sought to attract votes for fVilIaoii for U. S. Senator, claiming that tho Democrats aro responsible for all tho bnd things that come to jis. If it's tho financial end of It that they aro clamoring for, as they ipay, let us have a compnr&inn of SVillson and Ueckham: In 1000 J. C. "V. Beckham became tJovcrnor of Kentucky. When he went into office ho found the Stntc vith a bonded indebtedness of $300,-00all of which was incurred during tho preceding Bradley Republican administration. iBeides this ionm of indebtedness there was n large amount of Jloating debts, lie was govonior for seven years, during which timo he cleaned up the 'bonded indebtedness of tho State; laid aside 'ono million for our new State Capitol, and left a nico bahinca of nearnulliun to the ly ono and' one-ha- lf State's credit when Willson went in as Governor, leaving the State to the pood no less than three million dol- i Jars clean. iWhcn Willson went into office, succeeding Iieckhan instead of finding depicted treasury and a large Jiondcd indebtedness, as Beckham following Bradley had found, lie found a full treasury, and no bonded debts at all, and virtually nothing due against tho State and unpaid. After four yenrs of "wining and dining" in the East and Northj frcquent-i3- i icomplnined' iif, and. receiving the of tho. offices to ifull compliments .which ho was elected to fill, but which was mostly looked nfter by I.Icut. Governor Cox, except when he was considering some pardons of ( 7) gentlemen (?) dignified feomo who liad been in jail for seven years, he retired to private life Governor Jl'Creary being elected by III, 000 majority as a, rebuke to his administration. Ho left the State In debt just ns much as he found it ahead when ho assumed control, leaving the &tato to the bad about three millions, or about ns much to the bad as Governor Bcokhuin had rim it up to the good. Thus you see a difference of six 0, , ' measured from n momcntnry !oinl or view, as in this ease, there would be a difference of $.)7O,00O,OO(! !n t'nvor of the Deimx'rntic Senntors, If you are lookii g for the Senator, yon cannot tlirW Good, well fitting clothes.add materially to your appearance and Beckham down, for he certainly has done things for Kentucky, and he will neat, attractively dressed man is acceptable in any community. the do just ns much for tlw Nntion if 1 doesn't host much to showing into our well dressed circle. We given nn' equal showing. a wide range of handsome patterns in CURLEE clothes and CURLEE pants To be elected Governor in 1000 it for men and young men. They are known everywhere as "THE BIGGEST whs. of course, necessary to allure a VALUES ON EARTH." : lot of Ik '! They are good, dependable, stylish clothes and they W v Mipport. lie nccordingly hatched up give the maximum of satisfaction a minimum cost. son.e iirt of grievance for the old (' nfedorate veterans and trade them, believe he wh their friend. Tt is WONDERFUL PANTS VALUES WONDERFUL SUIT, VALUES thnt by this deception WillCURLEE pants have a Nation wide reputatYou cannot appreciate the wonderful oppors'. H carried over one half their vote ion for being fine pants, good pants and incomtunity that is presented you in CURLEE suits his race fod Governor. And what parable value's. They have proven their right did he do for them in return ? When for men and young men. They are fashioned from-higri passed the Confederthe grade woolens, finely tailored and to be known as the Biggest Pants Values on hill, he vetoed it. He ate pen-io- n manner. Earth, and you'll admit this fact when you look in a modejd will again accord the same treatment them over. We are showing the latest models They are attractive and the manufacturer's low to any Democrat who may walk into in a wide range of attractive patterns. We price to us and our low price to you is an addhis trap mid vote for him. The only want you to see them and you'll want them ed attraction which should cause you to come use Augustus Will'on has for Demoafter you have examined them. in and look them over. crats, is their votes. bust-nes-H- Get in the Well Dressed Circle get are STANTON COLLEGE, .7, '14. STANTON, ICY, Term Opened Monday, Sept It One of thp Best Schools in Kentucky. Courses in Agriculture and Domestic Science. By paying part of their Expenses in, Work, Students, may get Rates at the Dormitory as low s $1 50. per W,cck.( -r at For Information "Write to Rev. J. C. Hanley, Presicjept, Stanton, Ky. I.egi-lntu- HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE ' BULL MOOSE PARTY. $10.00, $13.50 6 $16.5,0 $2.50, $3.50 5 and $5.00 The Louisville Herald asks what ' Bull has become of the ln- -t was so year Moose party which lii'.litnnt in Louisville, and sue-- , on ti s,'y that in the recent registration there, the Mty lu.wed a fnllii.g Hi ile ir in't COMPLETE LINE BOYS KNEE up-to-date US AND PANTS. After Four Years, of Discouraging Conditions, Mrs. Bollock Gave Up in Despair, I had gotten so weak I I could not stand, S , thousand of over s,. i year, when there wn over 13,000 registered. The registration of all parties was lighter than Inst year, but n ne showed the falling off that the l'r1resives have done, and none of the other parties appear to have gained materially by the slump. Itcp ihlican leaders have 'been fondly 'mpuig for u stampede of the Bull Moose to the G.'O. 1., lint 'o far it lias not materialized', and shows no ign of doing so. The Herald concludes by saying thnt the only plausible theory is that tho antlertd ones have taken to the woods. n fr- - m last stock of the most desirable items in men's We have an wearables. Our popular priced neckwear, shirts, collars, underwear, hosiery, garters and other men's necessaries were selected with care with a view of giving you the best at extremely reasonable prices. To appreciate these values you must see them and it will pay you to come and look. and gave up In despair. At last, my husband got me a fcottle q! Cardui, the woman's, tonic, and I com menced taking It. husband From the very first dose, I could tell it was helping me. I can now walk two miles without its Catron, Ky. In an Interesting letter tiring, me, and am doing all my work." If you are all run down from womanly from this place, Mrs. Bettie Bullock writes as follows : "1 suifered for four troubles, don't give up in despair. Try; Came to Rescue. UNITED CLOTHING C C. C. QUISENBERRY. years, with Womanly troubles, and during this time, I could only sit up for a little while, and could not walk anywhere at all. At times, I would have severe pains in my left side. Cardui, the woman's tonic. Ithashejpcd more than a million women, in Its 50. years of continuous success, and should surely help you, too. sold Cardui for years. Your druggist, haj 'WINCHESTER, KY. into the nrgumeot questions of which loSjfe'lo Spsftfcisin and lunacy ns a responsible .factor in the course of the conscien- tiotis prohibition. ndvocate This Kentucky- - editor is a gifted wiiter and his long yenrs of experiutes; Both these books are very ex- ence in tho Newspaper field has CTATEWIDE PROHIBITION. e hardened him to the tnsk of advanc-ingth- c ami it takes u great deal ! most logical arguments to time and labor to complete them, is not the slightest doubt but There lint these judges, have managed in that Kentucky will soon vote on the suit the occassion. He is seeking sorie way to 11ml time for this work question u? State-wid- e prohibition, now in terms utterly contcmptuble in spite of the fact that the Kentucky aro boing made now to rellcct upon one of Kentucky's and piepnrutiui.s Court of Appeals is nearly a year be. toward that end. The results of Vir- grandest women.. hind, and that there is nearly a mil- ginia's action will be watched with Bonucnrnp, Mrs. Frances the lion dollars of the people' money great interest President of the Kentucky Women's by both sides, mid so tied up in litigation. Thee judges far tho results have shown that the Christian Temperance Union, is one drew from the State .foOOO each, a action was a wise one. Kentucky is of the objects of this vHous attack. year, which should be sufficient for like Virginia in many respects. For For her interest in the furtherance years local option was tried, but it of prohibition in tho Stnto this editor has classed her ns n fanatic and proved inetlicient as the ten wet n lunatic. Her efforts have been felt ci unties .sent their jiroduct into the all over the Stnto of Kentucky "nnd iiinetv dry ones without nny regard is gnining to for the law. Finally the Legislature the t on tho heels of tho ullo wed the whole state to vote on closely nnd even their closest tho question and the. result was a friends, to bo nnd from i "fljontv of for prohibition.' the pen ono of,.our most eminent ! I no Old Dominion is now dry r. writer comes th'ri'idnrtling statement an.! it will not he long until thnt sho in this respect is a lunntic. Kentucky follows suit. Mrs. llcauchnmp may in the opinion of somo bqn fnnntie, because cold house in the The CJnvtoii nnti-trubill, which her whole life .work has been dvote bus been before the House for some to tho work. Sha grew into woman time, has at Inst been adapted. As hood with a voice against liquor nnd and chilly. the senate lias already agreed on it, bus continued in,her fight with n zeal Next thing the doctor. it now goes to the President for his nird energy Itfiat.is commendable, signature. One lent lire or the bill How many women in tho United take this chance? was the fact that 112 liepublicniis and Stntes have devoted the time to n six Progressives voted- for it in ad- single cause than has Mrs. Bonn- There mnv dition to the solid Democrntic vote, champ to tempernncot but few of thorn hnve nt- ami it passed by to ,r4. Tho pur- be; scores 1. , .. i . i i" i importance. pose of the Unytou bill is primarily lumen micji iiiuiou-wur- e Mrs. Benuchnmniis' an honest worker to Hx the guilt on individuals connected with big corporutions which for temperance. ' To some her move ments Jor tejiijieniifco may appear ioIatc the law, and to ir price discuniinution and inter fanatical. Therecuii bo no doubl of will maintain an oven temperature in her sincerity. ' vVb- n woman of locking directorates your home day and night. The greatest of competing scholarly attainments she hns nwnk. floor heater known. T "... ' .i.j.u.., nun nisi, iiiuiis me hi j cned ( . ,.. interest throughout this bronrt ... , , Burns soft coal- - -- lignite hard coal '" " ? "'""land of ours; sheens awakened tho prohUut, the existence -- f holding F0U,8 or wood. of hnaini. nll(1 tll0UHnU(ls of ompan.es which would tend to les- Tho fire is never out from fall till nn wo'm'enf10 ,,nve rftllit(l to sen competition and forbids .e.cln.s- - 1PP Ktnn.w,- - . spring in this great heater and fuel saver. ive nnd tying contract. This act It will cut your fuel bill in half. Whnt i the reiyijtl It is plain to when enforced, will be of great bene- bo seen; 107 counties out of 120 In Come in and see it. It is worth jht to the country, particularly to the tho Stnto in thoJdry" column. Her your while. who suffer most from the t farmers, See the name "Cole's" on the fted door nim now is jtato-wid- o prohibition. Hands ot the big corporations. of each stove. None genuine without it Tt has been demonstrated in I them to devote all their time to tho, Judge Ilobson, of tho Kentucky work for which they are paid. T Court of Appeals has recently issued State Inspector has intimated thr.ty a' volumnious edithn on Pleadings. ,u- will look into the matter and then and Judge Carroll, another Couit of will, in all probability, be another nt the Capital. Appeals Jugc, is about to bring out -- h.ike-up a new edition of the Kentucky stat. ) - f . T- - . fv? - -- I lmu-ttiv- He knows wlrat The doctor was called in, and his treat- it will do. Ask him. He will rccom- s. ment relieved me for a while, but I was mend it Begin taking Cardui today. 'Write tot Soon confined to,- my bed again. After Advisory Dept. Chittinooca Malltlna Co.. IJIm Jrapers. of these, cities aro, endeavorClutttnoot. Tenn., for 6'paoi 'liutriietioni an voar tut .nd 64JnJa bub. SHnu ing to damper tho enthusiasm that that, nothing seemed to do me any goodTl Trutmeat leC WeOerf," itnl In Wn wrMr. tJA. is growing daily Mrs. Benuchnmp may not livo to see the day wlien Kentucky will bo "dry" but with ull she will havo the satisfaction of knowing that her work was well done nnd thnt she is more deserving of praise than condemnation 3 much a reward for fanaticism. ,We Showing Complete Line of -- P. D. AVANT, Prop. m a STATEMENT. Stntement of Ownership, Manageetc, of the Clay City Times, published weekly nt Clay City, Ky and required by the Act of August 1, ment, 1012. C l.O III IXC. Editor, Mnniiging Editor, Business Manager, Publisher and Owner, MICHAEL P. O'MARA. Clav Citv, Known bondholders, morgnges and other, securityholders, holding one per cent or more of total amount of bonds, mortgages or other securities Spring GoMs, Slippers, Etc. liquoi-elemen- John E. Burgher. Gall andr see our; Line and ge our Prices. We can fit you in Complete Style for-eve- A The children n st 2.-1- MICHAEL P. 0'MAR.A. .Sworn to nnd' Sub.cnbed before mo this (ith day of October, 1011. A. T. AVII1TT. Xotniy Public, Powell County, Ky. My Commission expires Jauuarv , 1!)1S. at Low Cost. For Sale A good Why typewriter. Apply nt the Times Offlco. ' SHIMFESSEL'S, 4 HOW'S THIS? Cole's Original Hot Blast Heater 2-- un-ta- - ... oiler Ono Hundred Dollnrs Ho- wiird for uny' cuwO of Catarrh thnt ciTnnot he cured .by Hall's Cntnrrh Wo nil Druggists. Tuko Hall's Family I'ills for u. 4 0 the Lamp Oil that Saves Eyes dawn to the last drop. IVnmtlvunia cru1f oil rfliifl to infection. Ctt no moro tnan the Inferior It Kcttlni; tho oil tliat liuuro burn. clear and clean without a flicker this tantwyson UnitK aavea oll-$- Nrtthlnip l InArn Imnnrf.nf . liomoitiuncluar.ktttttlj-.llijbt- In (h. ' that 1 W. WILLIAM'S. GLAY SO A MUCH FOR FANATICISM. L ' CITX KENTUCKY. Kentucky editor with nowor of thousht and gift of pen haw directed a vicious attack upon prohibition nnd jirohibjtioniit, uii'il huu brought citios of Uio Jurger.pliiss in tho .State tho prohibitionist! are in tho minority. Thero isuEjno course for the temperance people, and that Js to tnft;wjdo vote on tho seouro n lii(jstion, and kfiSwing n vote upon it, the news- the iseuo wouiir-fSltle. ert. 80LITB OIL la Your ha barrtU direct (ruin our worU. atea MONBY-uv- ea ljlr Clias. C. Stoll Oil Co. We (tU thscclebriitod "Ko Carb" Auto OU. Lexington, Ky. neUwtj at'Warreu, Pa. Arjpiy Sloan's Lreejjf for Ltrr)lpov Your attacks of Lumbugo urp not CIIKXBY & CO., Toledo, O., 'Wc, tho underbi,'iied, iinvd known nenrly so Jiopeless as the yseom. oa V. J. Cheney for the lust 13 yenrs, can rwliovo them ulmost instniftly bv mid believe him peitjectly honornble n simple application of Slum's LinP5, mcnt on the back nnd loins. Ium-baj?- o in till biiiiie.s,s transactions, uud is u fonu of rlieuniatisin, audi able to curry out nny ob. ... . ."r1 n ..!..u .DeriCL-ll- it u- linhvi. YieillS In fSlmm'u ligations mudo hy his firm. penctratps (uiuly ull in throu-thj NATIONAL DANK 01 sore, tenner muscles, liinnors up tin uiiuk aim imiues u reel tine. Uct a Toledo, O. bottle of Sloan's Liniment for 2n' Hall's C'ltnrrf ,C,uro is takeii, ents nf any druggist nnd Imvo It in' ii(!fiij yirtMjtly upon the the hoiifio ngninst cnJds, neuralgia, blood nnd. 'mucous surface,? (if t)io sciatica nnd like ailments, Your system. Testiiuoniuls sent free nionoy buck if iiot sntisQed. but it. , l'rico 70 cents perbottlo. Sold by uoes give utmost msiunt reiier. Cjjre. K. J. . - h COM-MKIIC- r;. (3 THE CL iSL C'lTY T I M ES PAGE THREE C O IVII If G There is.a cold wave headed this way j get' ahead of 'Holly Groit, 0L Toxnn, who has been visiting her bn.thcr, W. If. Mr. "SHIEtl TiAND" the Clothes You Wa;.: To Buy Why not the cold and frost by having placed in your i i home of one these nice f RCOUIATO, COAL WOOD GAS STOVES We have the most complete line to be found any where and we are confident we can please you. WILL YOU CALL TO DAY time, h spending li few days with friends fxaa relatives at Ilcnttyvillc. .Mrs. I?. C. O'ltcltr nnd Mrs. M. L. I'billips, of Frankfort, have rciiirn-t- d home nftcr it week's visit to '.Mrs. P'JJcnr'M brother, p. A. UnzelrijrK. Tommy Tnloe, first triek operator tit Hazard, was in town last Week, looking up some of his old friends. Mrs. C. A. llazelrigg entertained with an outing party at Nj'iir.i) liridgc in honor of her Kicr-t- ) Mrs. Ii. V. O'Kcur and Mrs. Phillips. .Mrs. Eihvard Itonrk, who has hK-visiting l'rienda here for the past two inonths, left Thursday for Cleveland,. 0., where she will rejoin her husband, who is connected with liarnum and Itn Hoys' circus. Dr. J. W. Williams was in Stanton Thursday on business. Sipiirc Sewell .nttended Fiscal Court nt Stanton last week. Mrs. Knte Whnley and grandson, Win. O'Jlonr KenrnK hnve returned home after thrc.o weeks' visit to relatives in Knoxville, Twin. Mrs. George Morris and Miss Florence Morris visited friends in Lexington for a few dnx last week. Mr. and .Mrs, J. W. Vaughn, of Arizona, spent n few days last week as the guests of Mr. Vaughn's nephew, Mr. C. Shimfe-se- l, and familCnsHi'dy, Romo y- for AT 4 Sim lit n I omlfir clil 12.50 $IO.OO Numbers Smn Our At The Price You Want To Pay $15.00 And Th e New Models In Shield Brand" Clothes We have never felt so good over the suits and overcoats in our stock as we do regarding our line for fall. Thf styles, the patterns 'and the prices are astonishing ARE HERE to us. All that is correct will be found here this season. For be it known that the "Shield Brand" line of evn Suits atracl your opportunity. Come in while our line is complete. you select a pleasing pattern. for this season represents the greatest showing ever produced by the makers of these famous clothes. Don't miss Let us help Overcoats 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 Klder Harney, who bus been assisting Khler Wills with the services at Powell's Valley, l.qft Ia-- t week for hi home. Victor Ladies Tailoring Company of Chlca go 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 Sheriff Deriekson, of 'Stanton, va a business visitor here Iat week. Dr. (llcninore Wilson, of Mnre- hcad, visited his sister, Mrs. K. It. ilcdlonc for a few days this vcel Mr. C. Sliimfesscl went to I.exi.ig ton Thursday to hear ltryan -- peak at the auditorium. v lio Miss Adalene Ilazelrigtr, teaches school at Giay's lliancli is borne this week uttilmliug the Insti tute. When in Winchester sec the lr.tcst pictures at the Colonial. 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 Grubbs & Benton 51 the lowest prices. Protracted First Baptist nicctir. clnirci Cor. Main and, Broadway. Winchester, Ky. closed nt the Tuesday night, LOGAN LICK. - The little daughter of Mr. and' Mrs. U. p. Gamboe, who has been xcry ill, is slightly improving. Mr- -. Arnold Sam-- , who has heen or, the sick list, is, somewhat impruv- - ii. .ed. Miss Mildred guest of Miss Epperson Li-l- c. was the below Winches- mi High (j-rad- e ter Saturday night and Sunday. Mis.e- - Ethel and Juliet nnd Lucy Curtis Epperson were entertained. Sunday by Miss Polly liocknane. Mr. 1. E. Stone, of Etnwnh, Tenn., was the guest of his brother, Charles Stone, Satuivlay night. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Todd and little son, spent Sunday with the former's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. C. C. Hu-hfo- additions. Anna Stevens is spending a few days in Louisville. Miss Alene Lunsford entertained at her home on High street, Tuesday night, Mi-- s Anna Stevens, Mr. L. J. Adams, and Mr. Arthur Duncan. Oscar Winbuin died suddenly at his home near Outlay's creek, Sunday. Mr- -. G. A. Walters has returned vi-- it with home after a pleasant friends and relative-- , in Mt. Sterlimr. Mr. Clarence (Miller, is in Lexington, on business this week. Mr. William Iteiiu closed the ice business and left for Richmond, Sunday. with 10 Mi-- s shall be pleased to show you the line, as I know you will be greatly interested in the beautiful styles and handsome materials whether you wish to buy or not. I MR S. J, W. WILLIAMS CLAY CITY, s KENT C v. Agent For Victor Ladies Tailoring Company, Chicago. Prompt Service, Perfect Fit and Satisfaction Guaranteed and Pricss Always the Lowest. IRON MOUND. Mrs. Mnrthii (iidhijrlier i ill with Todd. II. C. Tiliomas and daughter, "5! Mrs. Charles Stone, were guests 31 Tuesday, of Mr.- -. W. W. Thomas and Mr- -. e COUNTY COURT DAYS (Jlothing XC11AFXKU I 11 A II T can appreciate the quality ol d MAltX CLOTJfL'S When in Winchester call and see Best dressers y It At BLOOMFIELD SPECIALS $10.00, $12.50, ' $13.50, $15.00 ) 1 Lee Bloomfield North Main St. Co. 51 Winchester, Ky. Sanitary Bakery SANITARY SHOP and SANITARY BAKERY, When you want good Bread and Cakes, baked in a made, of the best materials, try the of daughters. Mrs. li. c. Burton ami son, Ira. Anderson, Lawrenceburg, 3d Monspent Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. day. Sam Burton. Bath, Qwingsville, 2d Monday. Miss Cora Burgher is visiting Bourbon, iParis, 1st Monduy. Boyle, Danville, 3d Monday. relative at White Hall and attending protracted meeting. Breathitt, Jackson, 4th Monduy. Clark, Winchester, 4th Monday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Evcrolt Webber Estill, Irvine, 31 Monday. spent Friday night with Mr. and Mrs. Fayette, Lexington, 2d Monday. Rodney Adams. Garrard, Lancaster, 4tb Monday Mr. and Mrs. Everett Wells and 'Fleming, Flemiugsburg, 4lb Mon-'atwo children, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Greening and baby and Mr. Frank Franklin, Frankfort, 4th Monday Lawrence spent Sunday with Mr. Grant, Williamstown, 2d Monday and Mrs. I). F. Burgher. Henry, Newcastle, 1st Monday. Mi-- s May Osbouno 'lias returned Jessamine, Nicbolasville, 3d Mon home after a two weeks stav with day. Hnrnsjon, Cyntbiana, 4th Monday. fiiends at Huntington, ,W. Va. Lee, Beattyyille, 4l'i Monday. Mr. and Mrs. (Everett Osborne, of Lincoln, Stanford, 2d Monday. Lexington, spent Sunday with their Madison, Richmond. 1st Monday. pnrente, Mr. nnd Mrs. Grant Os. Mason, Maysville, 1st Monduy. hnrnr. Mercer, Harrodsburg, 1st Monday Montgomery, Mt. Stirling, 3d Mou Keep Your Stomach And Liver day, Nicholas, Carlisle, 2d Monday. Healthy. Lagrange, 4tb Monday. . Oldham, Owen, Owenton, 4th Monday. vigorous Stomach, perfect workPendleton, Falmouth, 1st Monday ing Liver and regular acting-Bow- els Powell, Stanton, lBt Mondify. is guaruntced if you will uso Dr. Pulaski, Somerset, 3d Monday, King's Now Life U'ills. They insuro Soott ,Oeorge.tovyt), 3d Monday. good Digestion, correct. Constipation Shelby, Sbelbyville, 2d Monday. and hnvo an excellent tonic effect on Woodford, Versailles. 4th Monday Wayne, Monticcllo, 4th Monday. the whole, system (Purify ynur blood nnd rid you of nil body poisons Old papers for sale at The Times through the Bowels, Only 2fc. nt Office. your WuL'lfist. A Mrs. Junius 1). Stone who bus i ill for mimic tiini' is no bt' tier. Mrs. Cleveland Walters is on the siek list. Mr. nihl Mrs. Tom Stevens ainl children, Mrs. Dillard Stevens and daughter, Delia Mae, were the pleasant finest ,nf Mr. and Mrs. Jack Vills Sunday. Mrs. Mandy iStnno and daughter, Minnie sjient Friday with Mrs. Linn Stnne. Mrs. Sarah Cotlnian iva the suest of her brother, S. 1'. l'liehett. S.i..-dii- fer. -. J. I). St. lie. Mi. d.ix Mr. T. It. si, ii,' .in.l Will iuw 1. ii 'ml I., ilinr Mi- s nitiii I, K.i Mi .1 .mil ,. Mi- -- 'as after i'. 'l,i. u llii li. h'lntv. ., Win. Iiosti-rwith her sjstcr . .i delimit! nl vi 1 wtli i.ln T.u-- -, tixes here. Mr. I'lmrlev Ktep and Mr. Wills mndo a bnsine trip t. l.ioml. Tneiln v. riv St. me. Mis i) ' Mis- - 1,',..,, ',, ., ,.1 i, K.-- t t w.t- - llie 'jiu'-- t Tc:ii.n Sli.nr Will- M W Mis. (ill,,- ,., s. .,, I,, , 1N ,. , ! Rose Geranium, fipranlum ell Is. largely used In perfumery, anil Is known as roso geranium. owIisk to the common practice of ad.luiK run" petclg to the plauto Uistlllatton. e ter wnie J .tKi I! s..i. ., . ... TREES! I nil t ' Mr. Ellen Gains and M's Bnr-iii-- e Mi'Inti'sh spent Mondn ufler d1KAVUI:KKV PLANTS and Shade, Shrubs, Aspar-ukdrape Vines, Roses, ' I'eouica, Phlox, etc. Ut cr tiling lur u, mum with Mis Teinpa Stum'. Mr. .Too Yaiijthn liouhr the .luck e 1'a ria fur Al.lllO. Mrs. Mrs. Marx Simie. Womk, Mr. T. 1!. St. me unci Will Swithers xvere the Kiiet !' Mi. mid OUCUAUD, NO wJ m m LAWN and UAKUUN. AdbM'S -. f:RI;U CATAl.OdS nicr d303 Seventh St , 5i'M. D. u I 11. Hillenmeyer& Sons I.exiiiKton, Ky. VailiTigton, Niirscrynicn Since 1841. Q231AHI KEEP THE 4 FEETDRYjlN $6.00 APAIROFOUR Witch Elk Shoes Parcel Post Orders Given Prompt Attention. to fa $11.00 KENTUCKY Winchester. Fresh every day at jAMES BLOOM'S. LEWIS RUPARDKy. Sanitary Bakery Winchester, JT. WINCHESTER, L. McCORD & TOO" COMPANY "RUBBERS 8 PAGEFOUR TOY AND STOKLEY THE CttfAlY CI fY TIMES - LOCAuglTEMS School is clolcdrfor n few days this week in .oftlcRliiat the teachers may attend the institute being held at ' Hta'nton. Mount. Iirtd V valuable horse to week, and it was stray away taken up by J. (J. Patrick at Stanton, nnd returned t6 the owner. Hon. J. ,C. W. Beckham nnd Hon. II. V. McChesney,. will speak at the court house in Stanton, Oct. 20, nnd n good crowd from here will attend. Hardwick & Co., f Stanton are advertising their new full goods this week. Come to Our Store And let us show you what a nice line of goods we carry. Our stock of Dry Goods, Notion', Groceries, Hardware, Clothing, Shoes and etc. is replete with Real Estate and Insurance. We Hhv nnil Sell Fnrm nnil City Property of nil kinds. Wo have some nice farms in Clark mid adjoining counties for sale or rent. Write us what you wnnt. We write all kinds of Insurance. Office, The Stove Question lat TRACY AND STOKELY. Main Street, Winchester, Ky. POWELL & JACKSON Variety, Style and Quality. THIS COM BIN Kl) ? ? WITH OUU Low Prices Make It to your Interest to give us a good share of your trade. We strive to please our customers be- - Writers of all Kinds of Fire, Life, Tornado. Llnhtnlna and Hail insur A. C. Barnes visited friends near ancc.. We arc also agents for the Illinois Surety Company and are pre- Irvine last 'week. .' J. ,F. Clark- - went to Winchester pared to do a general Bonding busiMonday, and jcftjlhcrc Tuesday, for ness. .Shclhyviljcj where he will spewj the POWELL & JACKSON winter at the OldnMaVuii's Home. Linvllle Jackson Sam W. Powell Horn, Sunday mbrniiig, to Mr. ami! Office in Court House. Mrs. fJcorge Pnslcv, n handsome baby Kentucky boy. Winchester Quite a number from here attended Fayette court at' Lexington Monday. A. T. Whitt jWas. in Lexington Tuesday on business. The tobacco crop in Powell is Send your shoes by parcel post, about all boused,. and is said to be nnd lmvo tlicm repaired in (lie best of splendid quality. way. and with the best material. Send money with the shoes. Trices: Subscribe for The Times while It Men's Half Soles, sewed 90c, nail- is still 50 cents a.iyear. Does your stove give enough heat? fjg cause we knew satisfied customers are our best assets. Yours to please, j WALDRON & JOHNSON, g Ky. Waltersville, ed 65c. Hoys' anil Women's Half Soles, sew- YOUR FALL COLD ed 75c. nailed 50c. NEEDS ATTENTION. Rubber heels, Men, G5c, Women 50c. Leather heels, Men, 35; Women 25cs No use to fuss and try to wear it Parcel post work receives prompt at- out. It will wear you out instend. tention. Take Dr. King' New Discovery, re CHAS. BALMUT lief follows quickly. It checks your I Cold nndvSoothos your Cough away.! Winchester, Ky. Pleasant, Antiseptic and Healing. Hardwick 6 Company FALL And winter goods Our Fall and Winter goods are now in, and we invite you to call and see ,them. We know your wants and are prepared to supply them, and at prices that will save you money. "jBi'gri.Qtiality-LqPrices" is our mott;o. Are KSGleEtentfftor Uueen Uualitv shoes tor worn- v 17 en, Walk-Ove- r Shoes for men; Hart Schaffner & Marx and The Matchless Brand men's suits, Sweet-Or- r & Co. corduroy pants and overalls, Arrow Brand men's shirts and collars, Stetson and Astor Brand men's and boy's Hats, Pictoral Reviewdress patterns. See our lines of men's odd pants, dress goods, ready to wear hats, women's, misses, and children's coats, balmo-caacoats for women and men, neckwear, hosiery, sweaters, raincoats, comforts, blankets beds, matresses, springs, chairs, sewing machines. In fact anything you need, for it will be to your interest. We handle "The Bain" wagons by the car load, and can save you money on a wagon. We are selling Crown Flour and Red Cross Flout at 75c per 251b., or $3.00 per hundred, Monarch Flour 70c per sack 251b. sack or $2 80 per hundred-eversatisfy or money refunded upguaranteed to on return oi what is left after trying it. Roasper pound. ' ted coffee c w 2 DRINK "MORE THAN WET" Children like it. Get a 30c. bottle nf Dr. King's New Discovery and keep it in the house. "Our family Cough and Cold Doctor" writes Lewis Ohio. Manchester, Chamberlain, Money back if not satisfied, but it nearly always help's. Old papers Are your coal bills too much? Do you notice an offensive odor? We are in the stove business and want to sell more stoves each year. We sell more stoves each year. The reason we do is that we have the best we can buy and guarantee every stove we sell. Our line is the largest and most complete to choose from. We give prompt service. Come in and see them or write us. , J. H. Lacy & Co REAL ESTATE FOR IALTY. Room 200 McEldowney WINCHESTER, for sale at T" The Times Office. HOUSES CITY v. SALE AND RENT. PROPERTY A SPECB'ldg. Phone 94 KENTUCKY Concerning the Clock. Makers - of our lwn destinies item from Joe Rank: (The last thing a thp clock-anman,.doea nt lttW9-'rlW- l Grant Witt 30 N. Main Street, t & Co. Wncliester? d the' first ni5xe-'i.ues-i- n morning Is to star- CARD cusa'lt." the Kansas City jy, L X OF &THANKS. I RAILROAD Lexington TABLES n TIME TABLE Com- & Eastern Railway pany. Eustbound. NTo. Westbound. No. 4. Daily. 1. Daily. 7 :03 A.M. 7:53 A.M. 8:13 A.M. 8:45 A.M.) 9:27 A.M.' 10 :1S A.M. 11:20 A.M. 12:02 P.M. 1 :38 P.M. 4 :04 P.M. 5:00 P.M. Ko. 3. Daily. 1 :45 P.M. Lexington 2:37 P.M. Winchester 2:35 P.M. L. & 12. June. Clay City 3:28 P.M.j 4 :12 P.M.f Camp. June. Muloney 5:00f.M.T (1:00 P.M. Juekson Quicksand 0:13 P.M. N'o. 5. Lexington Winchester L.&E. June. Clny City Camp. Junct. Maloncy 2 :j0 P.M. 1:45 P.M. 'Whereas the Almighty God has cen cause to move from our home mr kind, true nnd loving mother, Mrs. S. E. Smethers, on Oct. 8, that ewier band that ban guided us hrougb this life can guide us no more; her vacant cliair can never be Mini, but wq can gladly, say by life she haggone to heaven where sorrow and griefs can be lit more. No one cahranswer better foi a mother than her, children, and may we ever live as slid has taught us nnd tho time will not' be long until wt can meet her in glory. licr-pas- V.'e want to thank Dr. J. W. Williams and Dr. B. A. Irvine for tnetr .tender care i? her for we know they did all they could, but the time had for her to go home to the co nr. Blessed Master. We want to thank our many friends for their tender cure to her and us during her short for it was a deed to sickness, mother. We want to thank the Broaillicad-Garrc- tt Co. for tho closdown of their mill during her ing death, and may the blessing of God rest upon them all. IIEIt BKKKAVED FAMILY. HOPELESS LUNG TROUBLE i, CURED. Many recoveries from Lung Troubles arc duo to Dr. Bell's y. dry nnd 'hacking let it trickle doii tllfc! throat, you '.will purely get relief Only 25e. at your druggist. ' J Subscribe for The Times while It It strengthens the Lungs, is still 50 cents a year. cheeks the Cough and g'nes relief at once. Mr. W. St Wilkins, Gates, N. 4 "I 4 ' 4"f t $ 4 4 $ 4 4 4 4 $ 4 C. writes: "I used Dr. Bell's in u case given up as hopeless and it nfTected a complete BANKING cure." Get a bottle of Dr. Bell's If your cough is it 0 SERVICE I y 1:30P.M. 1:00 P.M. 12:22 P.M. 11 :10 A.M. 10 :20 is yours he hit.ofJhe season 12-l-2- Hardwick STAMTON, Jackson Haddis Hazard Whitesburg McRobcrts A.M. ipr tnes: asking at the U 1J , 9:48 A.M. 7 :48 A.M. 5 :47 A.M. 5:00 A.M. . No. 2 Daily. 8.50 A.M. 8 :00 A.M. 7 :37 A.M. 7 :00 AM. 0.19 A.M. 5:33 A.M. 4:43 A.M. 4 :31A.M. No. 0. & Company KENTUCKY. The : Nettleton Wellington 9- CLAY CITY BANK I Where to eat in Winchester, and they will tell you NATIONAL This style in Black and Tan Calfskin is stamped with fashion's approval as the season's surest JONES' RESTAURANT Cor. Main & Clay City, Ky? Capital Stock Broadway --$25,000.00 $10,000.00 525.000.00 560.000.00 . eJ. DANDEALER JACKSON IN A SPECIALTY foundation of good dress. M aker result Surplus and Profits. ' Shareholders Liability . New and Second Hand Furniture UPHOLSTERING AND REPAIRING Wejay 3 per cent interest on Daily. U Daily. 5:15 P.M. Jucksoa Hadilix 5:43P.M. 3:20 P.M. Hazard Whitesburg l :27 P.M. McHoberts l2:45P,M. J. II. SllYROCK, C. C. to 0. P. A. Nettleton; genuine satis , Ings deposits. Sa, $ WINCHESTER, Corner Broadway and Maple St. :30 A.M. KENTUCKY 0:47 A.M. 8:48 A.M. 10:13 A.M. 11:30 A.M. faction, n f RYE AND TIMOTHY SEED Need any Fence, Gate's, Roofing, Cement, Sewer Pipe? Write us. We sell the Owensboro Wagon, the best one made. OUR PRICES ARE ALWAYS RIGHT. 100,OQO OAl'ITAIi BTOOU, HUKPLU8 AND UN- DIVIDI2U I'KOlTrS. 300,000 Bedford WINCHESTER. 8. & Xottle KENTUCKY. I t Ingersoll on Life and D.ath. Life Is a narrow vale between the cold and barren peaks of two eternities. We strive In vain to look beyond tho heights. We cry aloud and the only answer Is the echo of our walling cry. From the voiceless Hps of the unreplylng dead there comes no word; but In the night of death, hope sees a n liaor n n .1 llalnnlnv ii I a ..v.. h iWfw .DVVIMft Inva rustle pf a wing H. G. Inge re oil. m are found at tiWiNonESTER M Hutscll & Smith V E. Fisher & Co. Winchester, Ku. Bank. ?j Kt. OF, WINOUBTJIH, V IS. HOLLY WITIIBUNI'OOPIIBIi Winchester, "SIGN OI THE SHOE" t If? Kentuclty. . Prices To Suit All. Nothing Nothing Too Too Large. Small. K ft. tX a YOUR. ACCOUNTfl BOtilOITWD . u.-- i ..1 Sk'i StA i'A Vi Sti Ui VAMVAUA Mi ' A