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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): October 22, 1914 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1914 cla1914102201_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 22, 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. rjw if; 'S PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. M. P. O'MARA, Owner and Publisher THE CLAY CITY, m HTY TIMES. KENTwRrj THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1914. SAW We are Here (o Hefp Clay City, lha Surrounding Country and Ourselves. VOLUME XIX; NUMBER 43. The Best Weekly In this Section1 TRAIN. Mr. IFIoyit Clny, of Jit. Sterling, wns (hcro visiting last week. Mrs. Nettie lfnrdwicic returned liorao InSt Week nficr several weeks visit with her, son in Winchester, .Misses Ruby and Beulnh Burgher spent tho Instituto week with their relatives' nt Spoilt Spring in Estill nntl they report n splendid time. nnd Mrs. Clarence Atkinson enmc in Sundny morning for n Visit with their many friends nnd rola- tives. Clnrcnce hnd to return Hint night to Ucnttyville where lie Is cashier in a bunk, i Rev. L. F. Martin is holding n scries Of meetings nt the North Bend church. At Hie time of this writing sixteen hnd conic into the church. Miss Anna 'Welch, o Rosslyn, was hero Tuesday visiting with her mnny friends. Among those who nttended county court day nt 3ft. Sterling Monday were: Dr. J. E, Lemming, Messrs. Ross Hall, Burnncn Skidtnore,, Clifton Chancy, Fred' Blackburn, Romulus Jnekson, Luther Stephens, J. W. Williams, JI. T. Doriekson, nnd Mrs. Robert Ewen. Mi. Robert Ewen was elected by tho town council to All out the term of Mr. Virgil Atkinson who moved to. Benttyville. Mr. Ewen will make n valuable member of this council ns he is one of Stanton's best "Mr. f1 , There will be n Shnkespearean plaj entitled, "Macbeth" given at tin college building tbjs coming Fridnj night. The characters in this play will be Misses- Anna Clark, Maxie Johnson nnd Charley iCrowe. Let uf nil go and see these three talcntec" yonng people give thnt stirring piny Of Shakespeare which is one of the masterpieces of literature. It would .be ,well for Jhose wilio go to read this ,'ii ' ..?.. - ...... before tho people toijny, thnt of tho incomo tax, tlie tariff problem, the causes of panic in the past, tho new money law passed by Congress and other important issues. Mr. Bcek-liaIn tlio first candidnto that Is asking for nn election by the direct vote of the people. Mr, licckhnm Is not a whiskey man rind therefore will loso mnny votes for that reason. If wo could run him ns n whiskey candidate he would probnbly receive the majority of votes of fPowcll county judging 'from the nominnleion of Mr. iCantrill but Mr. Beckham lias tho endorsement of nil the temperance people of Kentucky and the Democratic party. Tho L. & N, Railroad Is going to build two new houses on their property for their section hands. One of them will ho built to the enst of Mr. Whitehead's nnd the other to the west. The council directed tho mnrshnll to levy on property of those who refuse to pay their taxes nnd offer for sale unless pnid. He will proceed to do so nnd is already nt work. The Teachers Institute held by .Mrs. Corn Wilson Stewart was pronounced ns one of the best ever held in the county. The writer talked with n number of tho teachers and they were all singing her pralsifl ns Instructor. On account of the rainy weather many from town could not get out there till the last day but nil those who nttended enjoyed her splendid lectures each day. She save a history af tho Moonlight ichool movement nnd of what it hadC lone for Rowan county. It 'has prac-icall- y eliminated tho illiteracy of 'hat county. The first moonlight ichool wns opened September fl, 11)11 md 1200 attended the first year. The text year there were 1000 that attended. Men nnd women, fathers Ind mothers, young people of nil classes came, to these moonlight schools determined' to learn to read ui(my Yuiumtriufu ineir n'nicen- nnu did this work of lovo for their county. The oldest person who attended these schools was a man years of age. There were others from 90, 87, 84) and 804 years down the young mnn who had neglected his education in his youth. Today in Rowan county nil but twenty-thre- e in tho county enn rend nnd write. According to the United Stntcs census there nre 208,084 that cannot rend or write in Kentucky and 890 of these nro in Powell county. Many of the people of Powell comity did not hnve the opportunity to rend or write when they were young but now everybody in the county will hnve an oportiinity to learn. All the teachers at tho In- 8-- Advantjgtlfshown Beckham Speaks To Good Crowd Oygcel Post Candidate For Senatorshlp Explain Platform of The Democratic FIRST Party. J. C. W. Beckham .Sunday morning Uncle Chunk Webb nnd aunt Frankie, of the head of the river section, walked down to Louisville PostmasteTiTells Farmers Konn where mint Frnnkte, though 7 Wholesale Dealers Want to Contract Thieves Make Good Haul, and Get Advan-tag- e years old, sow her first railroad traia How They Canjake For Next Year's Crop of PoAway With About $100 Worth , They got nboard tho modern of M alls. tato Onions. Of Merchandise nnd steamed up the lino to pas-seng' Onions Always Robbers Break In Demand Here Into Day's Store drove, over from Stanton Tuesdny evening after his speaking there, nnd in the nddresscd n Inrge crowd building was The schoolhousc. crowded to the doors, many not being able to gain ndtnittnnco to the main room nntl hnving to stand in the hall. Word was not received until a late hour thnt Mr. Beckham would bo here, nntl .many others who would like to hnve heard the Democratic nominee spenk did not hear ct? his coming until too late. Mr. Beckhnm's speech was an ex planation of the Democratic platform nnd .nn nppenl to the voters to suport President Willson by giving him a strong Doawcrntic body of Senators. lie showed how the 'President had been true to his party prin- ciples by preventing the threatened trouble with Mexico which might office. hnve developed into conditions slmi-In- r to those now prevailing in EuSee&Need rope. He nlso explained the working of the income tnx nnd the tariff, and mnde a strong appeal to thej voters for their support at the coming election. Estill Tribune Says Clark County Can His speech wns well received, nnd Well Afford toclp Good the mnjority of the audience seemed favorable to him. Work Alonfj. ... Mr. Beckhnm wns accompanied by Squire Dillard Hunter nnd Mr. DuckThe Estill Tribunj? in reprintitifr worth, nnd was introduced to the nn nrticle from n Winchester paper by Judge L. F. Mnnn, lilmself nbnnt the presence.,th?re of Letcher a former member of Congress. The Byi'J who nppenred before the Clark narty stayed nt Adams' Hotel over Fiscal C"m1 in an effort to have that night, nnd Mr. Beckhnim left Wed- body npproprinto thenvshnro townnt nesday morning for Winchester. the building of the briJJ;e Over Lulbe-jjm- d creek' says': MeRoberts where they visited their At a meeting of tMfrFeffersnn Crop son Joe until Tuesdny, returning in IComTnif too Improvement in held the afternoon. Aunt IFritnkie enLouisville last weeSfjXssistnnt Postjoyed her ride n new event in her master, .1. A. Lenfiipspokc on the y greatly and trusts to advantages to thefljijrmors of the to take a number of such trips. Stnle of tho parcel yiit, particular- - Whitesburg Eagle. ly in the distributioiuW butter, eggs, poultry nnd sinMlnrJyroducts. lie NOVEMBER 6, ARBOR DAY pointed out thnt iltiii'f tinners were willing to nccept njij!w cents lcs Gov. MeCrcury has issued n procthat the current ejtymorkot prices lamation designating November 0 ns thev could And Jiiindred-- s of nconln Arbor day and calling upon teachers would be nnxinus toffflcal with them and pupils in colleges and common in order to obtain fresh goods. He ' nlso pointed to thoWko with which nml nnnrnmsnt: fvr,r,.isp these prducts couldbeldistributcU by nnd the people generally to take more the farmers, and nls called atten- than usual interest in forestry work. tion to the pnmphleTtfroceutly issued Bulletins nre bMng sent out to the in Louisville by theJtgoverninent in school urging obcrvowe of the day. which is given "a. listj'f all the farmers in the State whtflliave goods to ii".V i .1 ii sen i mi i can oe .innuoicu turn uic post LATE MARKETS life-ver-1 e Others Of Lulbegrud Bridge CINCINNATI LIVE STOCK. Cincinnati, O.. Oct. 22. Rcceipts nnd shipments of live stock nt the Cincinnati t'nion Stockyards Wednesday were: Cattle.IIogs.Sheep. (Kit .THIS Receipts 28:5 Shirents 2112 1(518 4 P j, tkocalwCompaay- - Jv, CATTLE Extremely slow and weak. Shippers .0.7."(iS, butcher steers, extra $7.;!.")Co)7.(i5, good to choice .f(i..'0(fl7.:i.", common to fair F.".2.")(!.40, heifers, extra $7(o7.2.i. good to choice .f(i.2."(i fi.nil. common to fair $ l..")0(Ji fi, cows, extra $5.7.", (CCi, .f."i.2.'i((?.".0.'i, good to choice common to fnir $.'l(?.', canners X2' (a)4.2.". MKi docs not sepsrrii iMvfttrrmttfTPFl . MILCH COWS 'Steady. Extra but lies wholly i'i Clark Our neigh- $10..10(? 10.7.1, fair to good $7(Tf bors enn well nfTortl tv rriieet us hnlf $10.,2.'i, common and larpe $."((? 1 0. HOGS Slow. Packers and butch, wny in tho enterprise, kjs figuring the greatest good to the greatest nuin-le- r ers 2."ic lower, liirht shippers H.'ic lowSelected heavy o? people, to be, served, she, will er, pigs 2."c lower. really deprive tttire benefit from the shippers $7A(i 7.."i(), good to choice pael ers nnd butdliers $7A'(a7."f), bridge than Estill." Tlfere is not mucb doubt hut that mixed packers $7.'.(it7.4, stag-$4- 0' (!.2."i, common to choice henvy the Clnrk County Fweal Court will do its part in the building of this fat sows .4.7r(ti 7. light shippers' bridge, ns Clnrk would really re- .Mi.(i0( 7. pigs (110 lbs nnd less) f4.7.",ft CIO. medium shippers 100 to ceive the greater part of the benefit 180 lbs, $7.1 ."(?( 7. 40. to be derived from it. SIIEKP Steady. (Extra $4"i, good to choice .4.2.1((r4,8.", common FINED FOR SELLING " incue8. unariey 'iueewnp'in lays or tins week on nisi" Buys ftore Timber Brodhead-Garre- tt Henry McClurc, n very promi- nent lawyer df Benttyville nnd j'nilei cable of 'Leo county were hero Tuesl day on legnl business iforone of the ' former's clients. Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Wright, of Hard-wick- s Creek, were hero during Institute week. Mrs. Wright remained over an dvisited at the homo of Mr. nnd, Mrs. Fred Ware. Miss Maude Hanks, of Crawfords-villInd., returned this week nfter spending two weeks with her parents on Morris Creek. . At the council mooting last Friday night nil the present membefs wore compelled to j.nnoiae themselves as candidates nt tho coming election , whcre ,hev ,eapk lt on November a. .No one else in tne and wo trust that everybody in the town wns willing to run for council-me- n county will attend. Let us help co. or at least the present members operate in this movement. Other failed to find any ono willing to take counties nre starting these schools thoir places. Those who are up for all over the State nnd we do not wnnt nre Mesers. I. W. John- Powell county to be the only county Crowe, Robert Ewen, Rob- in tho State where all the people son, Jese As ert Stono nnd IPaul Derthiok, live who cannot read or write. Let they have mi opposition it Is sup us make Kentucky n great state in posed that the voters of Stanton will education instead of n State .famous elect them on olection dny. At this . fnftt har!ie!tf whiskey and pretty meeting Mr. A. M. Phillips was noin!- - ' wmm a of our We nro niited to run ns Police Judj;e. The fast horses and pretty women but we council looked the town over and are not proud of illiteracy and whis they could not find anyone belter key. Thero will ho no excuse now qunlified for this very important for nny one to be nn illiterate. It e office tlinn Mr. Phillips. IIo wns has been no disgrace in the past not Judge c iStnhton for several to be able to read or write but it will yenrs und it wns tho unaulmous be a disgrace from now on if you do opinion of ull tho (members of tho not make the effort to learn while council nnd of the eituens who were you have tho opportunity. talked with that Mr. Phillips rondo. tho best ll'olice Judge that this town ever hnd. We need n good Police NEW LINE NEARING Judge very bad nnd trust that tho COMPLETION. citizens of Stanton will stand bank of the council in their selection. bridge over on "(he Hon, J. J' Beckham, of Frank-fo- thjaWork river atjnilroqd Is progressRod Vienna and candida'to for tho long tenn there Is every indi as United Stutcs Senator spoke to n ing rnpidlj-JSinlJ- . good audience nt tho court house on cation tliat tram) will bo running Tuesday of this week. Ho gave pne iovertliis route by New Year. This of the finest politienl addresses ever is t'he third highest in the State, being beard nt tlie court house. Mr. J. D, 215 feet liigh and nearly 1000 feet Atkinson introduced lain nnd remind- long. It is of reinforced steel and ed us of bis splendid record while concrete construction, and is Mifllci-ootl- y strong for double track t radio. Governor of Kentucky. Mr. Beck-ham- s Tho rest of the new line is about address wns nn indorsement, of President completed on both sides of the river, the administration Woodrow Wilsou, lie gave n care- wjth the exception of the approaches ful and elucid analgia of the issues to the bridge. o, Company Buys Valuable Tract of Timber Near Lombard. llias just of n large tract of land near Lombard, in this county, und it is their intention to in -- hill another mill there nt an early The Brodhend-Oarre- tt concluded the purchase It is becoming more apparent every Some time Tuesday night robbers year that the consumers of vegc- - broke into the general store of tho ... . 4. .1.1.. me mine in .1 isnie urass regions are Day Lumber & Coal Co., and got coming to depend more nird more on n wny with n considerable amount of the eastern part of the State to merchandise. The goods missed supply thir needs in tins' respect. included three suits of clothes, n One crop that is nlways in good de- large number of rings nnd other mand everywhere is onions, nnd pieces of jewelry, and several silk dealer in Louisville and taxingUm scarfs and other articles of wearing nre already trying to interest farm- apparel. In a stock the size of that ers in this section j this crop, uud carried by the Day store it is hnnl aro willing to contract for next to keep track of the various articles, year's crop at the present time. A and tmtiny other things mny hnvo few ulnys ago Mr. Joe Mount?, was in been taken. Lexington on business and while Entrance was made by breaking in there one of the leading wholesale it window nt the back, and nn at produce men wnntcd him to contract tempt wns nlso made to open the to supply him with n carload of po- safe, but without result. tato onions next year n soon n the Millikcn's bloodhounds from Lex crop would be harvested, nnd other ington, which were farther up the L. dealers Jinve rejientedly asked far- & K. at Krypton on Tuesday, wcro mers from Powell county to Increase telegraphed for. but the message was their onion crops. not received, in time for the dogs to Potato onions arc ono of the most be brought here. prolific und best paying crops that can be raised , and the soil nnd cli- NEW DEPOT SITE. filiate hero arc admirably olupted for tlit'ir". Tlioy can be planted in NoA new rumor i current to the ef vember, and with two eultivutions fect that the L. & N will build a new in the spring they nre in fine shapi--. passeiiirer depot souhtenst of the city As soon as the tops die off. which is it the intersection of the L. & A. and usually in .July, they nre ready t lines. harvest, and the ground can then be The Company is also dividing the used for a crop of late beans or com Park farm at the mouth of Cow A slight covering of fertilizer, put on Creek into town lots and it is said in tlie fall, protects the crop and enwill dispose of same at puhlic aucriches the ground for the later crops. tion in the near future. Estill TribThese onions arc always in demand, une. and the price is always good. Anyone that is intcrcstcU in the subject can get more complete information BOILER EXPLOSION '!rnm Mr. Mount, who is nlwavs pvc- TAKES THREE LIVES. wred to contract for the crpps nt a llfice" of i.of!iRsthnii TTi '..Tho .boilpr vthe lumber milllofUC bushel, which will yield good returns. T. Dillon, near Morehead, exploded Powell county laud is admirably last Thursday and caused the death suited for this crop, and it is to 1m of three men, James iPntton, aged 2, hoped that the fanners wil take nn his brother. Everett, ngoU, 22, nnd interest in it. rJohn Sublett, the engineer woo was in charge of the mill. Mr. Dillon, the 'owner of the mill, and mnrshnll Swim . were al-- n severely injured but will recover. The mill and machinery were Rains Brought Legs Down The pletely destroyed, but tho causa of ,the accident could not be located. River, And Endangers False . Irvine-Winchest- er i i Railroad Bridge Was In Danger! i i .... j date. Twenty-ciglit-huiulre- d acres ,,; ,,,, was purchased fr in the Dnney Lumber Company, and about 3,000 acres from West Virginia parties. The price pnid was in the neighborhood HORSE AND MULE MEAT. of .$100,000. In addition to the nnd, the company also pim-haeTwo slaughter 'house owners in 10 miles of standard gunse logging Louisville were fined n few days ago railroad, together with all neccsiirv for selling hor.se meat in the city, d Work Under Bridge TURKEYS ARE PLENTIFUL. Above Town. The heavy rains of last week brought down several thousand logs belonging to the Broadhe.ul-Garre- tt Company, and these coming in contact with the fiiNo work under the new bridge being orectcU by the L. & E. cast of the town, threatened to the structure away. Thurs- day, about one hundred men were called out to keep the logs ni'iining clear from the bridge, and all night the river kept rising from the heavy rains, it being finally necessary to use dynamite to break up the jam. The bridge was shifted about 'eight inches by tlie mass of logs against it, and no trains weiv allowed to cross it until Saturday uiiorulug. In consequence of this no mail was brought here Friday, although trains could have eome thisifur without nnv dan ger. Mail from Lexington und the west was sent around by way of Richmond to Mnloney, nnd thence on to Jackson nnd the eastern part of to fair $2..'0(r4.1.". LA'SmS Steady. to choice $7.:i."i(? . fair $.l')0?7.1.'i, COW KILLED Extra $8, good cmmmoii to culls $4.7."(o .VJ.'i. 7.00, BY equipment. The Brodhend-Oarre- tt company N one of the most enterprising con cenis in Kentucky, nnd their mill TCiey hero is always on the bum. 'inve. a sufficient supply of logs on hand here now to keep their mill going for severul months. DIED FROM EATIKG CHESTNUTS. and severnl others are tinder picion. sus- PASSENGER TRAIN. j The fines inqvosi'd were $10(1 and ci sts, nnd the sentence also curried ti penalty of fifty days in jail, to which they will bo compelled serve. Trnflic in horse nieJit has been going on there for years, according to tho authorities. Dr. Martin had the misfortune to hnvo a valuable cmv killed by the j ensfbound passenger train last Thursday morninjr. The animal wa grazing near Hie track, nnu ran across in front of the train. The turkey crop throughout Powell county is a little above the average this fall and there will lie a few nunc birds foi sale than there has been in recent years. The extremely dry weather in hatching tinfc gave tho young birds n splendid chance, and they will probably bo a little er in price than usual. Tho birds arc now fattening nicelv. nnd will bo in good shape for Thanksgiving. . low-cirry MT. STERLING COURT DAY. Arthur Back, the toir-yetir-o- lil son of C. D. Bnok, of Quicksand, died at 1:." o'clock Wednesday af- Try Tne Times FOR YOUR. Po-lic- rt ternoon nl a Lexington hospital foloeratioa performed too lnte to save the child's life. The boy, who wns suffering from general septic peritonitis, was taken ill last Monduy fter a trip to the woods with compnnions'-wher- o lie overnte of young chestnuts nnd green walnuts, lie was taken to Lexington Tuesday' on the 4:63 n. ui. train nnd rushed to' the hospital where tho operation was performed. The body whs. brought back here on (he 11:30 n. ra. train Thursday and taken to burial. JtJaekso.ii for CaJcksnnd lowing nn Times. VEST-POCKE- Job Printing' 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 and see. The usual number of Powell county farmers and trailers nttended tho Mt --Sterling court .market Monday. It, L. Shimfessel and Lee McPher-so- n were observed taking a large herd of cattle to the market nnd iEtlwin Kosc and A, J. Martin each bought cattle there. Several other Powell county fellows aro known to have bought sucking undo colls. It wns impossible for us to get a report of all tho business our people do nt the-- e court day sales. If we the State. The bridge which is being erected could get a full report we would be to replace the old one, is a vcryiglad to print it. There was said to strong structure, capable of carry- he about 7,000 cattle on the market, ing tlie heavy coal trains which nro and verv few of these were sold. coming daily from the mountain section, and will ho completed in alsiut ANOTHER CHANCE FOR a week. Another large bridge where tho railroad crosses the river farther up, is now completed, and ready FARMERS. for benvy truflic. FISH LEFTHEnE FOR THE RIVER. The Government Fisheries agent was here Moiulnv and left six cans of fish to bo deposited in the Kentucky river near here. The fish were j taken in charge by J, II. Katou and George Morris uud were put in the river Monday evening. T EDITION. There wbb born on the funii of H. P. Teckwnr, nar Allentown, Pa., a Ierfet colt that weighed only flfteeu pondst. It is smuller than average fox. terrier and is in perfect health. It is a registered 'Shetland. Beatty-vill- e Enterprise. The Clay City Times Senator Johnson M Cntrklen is calling the attention of Kentucky ifiirmers to the examination for tho )H)sition of Field Agent for Kentucky in the United States Bureau of crop estinJutes, This examination will bo held November 4 at several places in the State, among them being Lexington, and farmers hnve a better chance than others to obtain it. Tnd positiou curries a salary of $1600 a, year. r PAGE TWO T TIMES HE f; Ctt A'Y CITY TIMES if articles appearing in the Republican press thToughout'ilhc. district. The Hartford 'Republican published in Oliis county, cmnes out in its last A Democratic Newspaper issue with n strong stntcuvnt to the effect thnt it cannot conscientiously Eighteen Years tild support the Ke;c.lii.'rm, nominee, and urges as the principal reason for to. p. trtoARA, i i this is that Wilson rVcivciV his campaign funds from the tobacco inOWNER AND rUDLTSIIEK. terest, and lhaf while he was GovEntered ns second-clas- s mail mat- ernor of the 'State lie was too friendit I ter at the- Post Olllco at Clay City, ly with the American Tobacco Comft Ky., under the Act of Congress of pany to suit the farmers. lirtTilinin's 1 ohniirtN look better every day for nil 0 Mnrcli 3, 1879. I SUBSCRIPTION- 'RATE $1.00 per overwhelming majority. year in advnnce. I WHY HESITATE. - MY R R THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22, IT. 1914. HAD TO CIRCULATE M J ; Tho speech which 9 son mado in Louisville n few days N ago was such a good one, nccording to his notions, that lie did not feel L inclined to wasto it on the few Hint a tamo to tho meeting, and so hail it 5 published in pamphlet form for disge To a tribution throughout tho district.being a feliow tho great interest that is 3 'taken by Republicans throughout the 13 State in this campaign, there were 3 about thirty-si- x in the crowd that was present to henr 'Wilson. One newspaper reporter counted ;ir, and 8 another counted 37, so 30 will ho fair average. The spealiing had been thoroughly advertised, and the size a of tho crowd about illustrates the in popularity of tho Louisville. ?flf ai ' 'Lieutenant Governor Cox drew hcarly $5000 from tho State Treasury for service rendered the State as jgovernor while governor iW'ilson was gallivanting over tho country making s speeches at college banquets and a otherwise enjoying himself. TTe wastS ed moro time and rendered less seris vice for his salary than any governor a Hint over occupied tho executive it tehair. .Wilson was such a monumental failure as governor that Jus & in seeking the senntornhip is a meeting with ridicule in every quarif" ter. Ho is not an orator, a statesman Or a, thinker.- - Ilis ignorance' of Wil- K The f'ndir. Record heard a prominent citizen a few days ago. who is not a Dcwocrnt nnd has never been a Democrat, make the statement jiulii licly that Governor Heckhiun mndo the best Governor Kentucky has hat! for forty years. Ami as it Is generally conceded that flu WilNon made the worst Governor we ever had, then why can any mini hcrdtatc for a moment in easting his vote between tliee two men for United States Senator? TO WITHDRAW IN Good, well fitting clothes add materially to your appearance and the neat, attractively dressed rr$n is acceptable in any community. It doesn't cost much to get into our well dressed circle. We are showing a wide range of handsome patterns in CURLEE clothes and CURLEE pants for men and young men. They are known everywhere as "THE BIGGEST VALUES ON EARTH." They are gdOd, dependable, stylish clothes and they give the maximum of satisfaction at a minimum cost. WONDERFUL SUIT VALUED You cannot appreciate the wonderful opportunity that is presented you in CURLEE suits for men and young men. They are fashioned from high grade woolens, finely tailored anil manner. modeled in a They are attractive nnd the manufacturer's low price to us and our low price to you is an added attraction which should dauso you to come in and look them over. Get Well Dressed Circle i A 111 c WONDERFUL - STANTON-- COLLEGE, ; STANTON, KY. Term Opened Monday, Sept .7, 14. One of the Best Schools in Kentucky Courses in Agriculture and Domestic Science, By paying patt of their Expenses Rates at the Dormitory As 1q in Work, Students may' get .' a $1 50 per "Week. ; Eor Information Write to PANTS VALUES Rev. J. C. Hariley President, Stanton, Ky. am CURLEE pants have a Nation wide reputation for being fine pants. good panls and incomparable values. They have proven their right to be known as the Biggest Pants Values on Earth, and you'll admit this fact when you lobk them over. We are showing tho latest models in a wide range of attractive patterns. We want you to see them and you'll want them after you have examined them. ELEVENTH. $10.00, $13.50 S $16.50 $2.50, $3.50 and $5.00 It Always Helps says Mrs. Sylvahia Woods, of Glifton Mills, Ky., In writing of her experience with Cardui, the woman's tonic. She says further: "Before I began to use Cardui, my back and head would hurt 'so bad, I thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able to do any of my housework. After takine three bottles of Cardui, I began to feel like anew woman. I'soon gained do pounds, and now, I do all my housework, as well as run a big water mill. I wish every suffering Woman would give -- kirn .iftll'.aJjf? i ty John A. Creech, of Marian, progressive nominee for Congress in the Flcventh District, has notified Assistant Secretary of State Van-a- nt that lie would not make the race. that his name be and has reaue-te- d not Mdneed en Mie ballot. Nat 11. Scwcll, of i n'don, Detnoeivtie nooi-ne- e iu the same district, lias nlo served the same notice nnd .Sir. Van-sm- it has. assured them that their names will not appear r.i the ballots. This leaves only Caleb Powers, Republican nominee, and Jchn II. Wilson, of Rnrbourvillc, Independent, as candidate for the office. Roth Mr. Creech and Mr. St well have stated that they will support Mr. Wilson in an effort toilel'cat Powers, and with thii ci nibinatlon of the Democrats, (Progressives iwd Independents, it seems 'likely that their end will be accomplished. HIS iFIFTH- COMPLETE LINE BOYS KNEE up-to-date HIS AND PANTS. 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'srnecessaries 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. .1 CARDUI The Woman's Tonic ut UNITE C. C. QUISENBERRY. CLUB RATES. CLOTHING CO WINCHESTER, KY. P. 0. AVANT, Prop. I still use "Cardui when I feel a little bad, and it always does me good." Headache, backache, side ache, liG'rvousfiess, feelings, etb., are sure signs of womantired, worn-oly trouble. Signs that yon Tieed Cardui, the woman's tonic. You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing women for more than fifty years. a trial. RESOLUTIONS. Sa- le m 58 u I. w no claim on tho favor of tho .public except in his vanity whiah finds "expression in Uiis belief that he is fittc'l for this high office. He became gov-"eVn- Bomioenatic dissension and he is fooiit.Ii enough to be- thrVih S n lieve .that ho can again profit by division in Democratic ranks. Tho election of Wilson would be a National 'disgrace and there is no dnnger Hint Kentucky will permit such a crimnal blunder. THEY WON'T SUPPORT HIM. f 1. That the Republican party is not Willson's in hnrraony on campaign, is evident from the tenor I IS! of ,otir SkJji For the .convenience arranged tho chili t allowing papers. Atlcs with liic v (Fulton 'Leader.) Thi c may be withdrawn at any time. Alfal'ii can be grown, and grown Club number one: profiitnbly, in this section, as has The Clay City Times, Tho Cin-- i by Mr. M. J. been demonstrated noli Kn.ji.ircr (weekly) $1.00. Hrowder. who brought to this office 'Hub lumber two: Tuesday a bunch from his farm three The Clay City Times, The Ohio miels northwest of Fulton. It is the Farmer (weekly), Today's Mngaziae fifth crop 'he has grown on his three-acr- e (monthly) MccullV Magazine (monthalfalfa field this year, and' this ly.) crop is ready to cut. The bunch These four for $1.2.". .shows that the present crop is over Club number three: two feet high and is in splendid shape Tho iClay City'Tir.W, The Weekly full Mr. Hrowder will get twenty-on- e ,) I'lnquirer, Farm and Fireside, londs this season off the three acres, Household Journal nnU or more than ten tons of fine hay. c Life (monthly,) Today's More fanners in this section should Hoys' Magaiiie (monthly,) be growing this splendid crop. (monthly.) f These six for $1.25. Wo can also give you clubbing rates 011 any paper that you may want, n" matter whore it Is published. ALFALFA- CUTTING. ,t.VfliiwikiHs.nKyioflmmitcB flic PowclirapjMty Toiicliers'- That, we shall strive to profit by all the Siiggestioat mado con cerning g(od je'alling2.e.nX'!IVl0Il:Iofi fibli. iijL'iieu, Get a Bottle Today ! m Instil "iWimisers nnd all .oaiHuyjng 01 scnooi other Hubjcof's f iilly -- (seini-ninnthly- Mag-iziu- as important. 7tb. Thnt we shall make careful 1st. Thntjgroat inspiration and use of tho course of study. benefit ,is derived ,jfrojn such an in8th. That as teachers we shall stitute, ps .tilii., strive to carry out the four-fol- d pur2nd. Tim t wo thank Pi of. J. C. pose tif education, "Good HcaltCi, Ilanley for tlic-us- o of this beautiful Hiit iConduct, Aln'Iity to cam a ' building. Livelihood, and the appreciation ot .'Vrd. Tlmtwo are greatly Indebt- the best things in life." ed to Mr. Cjira -- Wilson Stewart Tor Dth. TJiat the Moonlight school the inany,oxceIeiit things which slie movement in worthy of our careful has given its ft his' week. considivation. 4th. That, wo ihenrtily appK-ciat(Signed,) the elforts qf;"'oiir Superintendent Guy iCrowe. C. L. Smith, Mr. Kate S.'Hohanan, as she has so successfully conducted this inElsie McDill. , stitute. "th. Thnt'tne programme and 'anisic committees also deserve credit For Sale A good typewriter. Apply for their services. at tho Times Olace. 1 tute: Hesolveds-- S We are Showing a;Gompete Line of J -- ' . CLOTHING, Spring Goods, Slippers; e Ite. 1 STATEMENT. Call and see our Line and get our Prices, SMOKE, NO DIRT is past. wing Hang Up the dust pan and the turkey N Statement of Ownership, Management, etc, of the Clay City Times, published weekly at Clay City, Ky., and required by the Act of August 1, RIDER AGENTS WANTED JFACH 71?ywrl 1 j f.vwwk their day Cole's Original Hot Blast Heater allows no smoke or gas to escape into the room. It scatters no soot or ashes. s It can't. It'o madt that way. That is one of its virtues. It has many more. Come in and let us demonstrate them. After that no other stove will suit you. . Burns soft coal, hard coal or wood. Ste the name Colt't" on the feed door of acA ttove, None genuine without it ,i rl .1 W. GLAY WILLIAMS. CITY, V 1012. Kditor, Managing Kditor, Business Manager, Publisher and Owner, rs Clay City, MICHAEL P. O'MAItA. Ky. Known bondholders, morgages and other security holders, holding one per cent or moro of total amount of tcoDBo .v mi bonds, mortgages or other securities: GOASTEIi DHAKhS, John E. llurgher. OVMAKA. MICHAEL P. Punciurc-Proo- f $ Sworn to and' Subscribed before ASAMPLEfPAIR TIva TO me this tith day of October, 1011. 1 11 wo: INTRODUCE, OHLY rtffttla rttatl prlfr of that A. T. WH1TT. -5 , nrMfinvitTjuir.iriiiii (iiir I III lllll ajBjjjjjjjjjj Notary Public, Powell County, Ky. My 'Commission expires January NOMORETMVBLEFROMPHHCTURES Nalla, Task or Maaa will rot lat tba air out. I 23, 1918. A liundrod ttouvind palm sold lat year. I r 1. lively ana easy 71 ciuaiitV (Triiblur. which imvpri a After His Own Heart. email j MiiRPtim Attpndnnt The bill of this couioh porous and which close cicaW. Xhoy yuiMturo wish, ialiowlnirirto Njlleoth thlok rubber t read bird had tlioutunds upon 110 moro than, L ordinary tire, tho punoturo ivaUtl "A" and uunctura ntrlon'R by aycno(tliln.pcIally and "D" alao rim otrlp "H" thousands of little holes all over It. fabrial H Urn tri ad. Tim rivular prlco ot thesu to pravsnt rlmcuttliif. Thia Congressman (enthusiastically) Mag tlrin h W,U(Hllr. but for advcrtMni; purpobtu wo tiro will eutlaat any othar or only Inltlceut! What an Ideal one lo Intro- - areWniukiiiir a aticui lociory price to tno ritirr le'tcr U T, CLASTIC and AM Uikiyod aatui) day II iHr a, awt Hiuinu. rtni In onnfrrrtaata JtnitTft. !K mX sfilD (XU.D oajprovll. You do iilved. toiay'aont until youViomfno and Lot nted lliuitheiu strictly as rriirrsrntml. iu will alkur baah dlacount of Sncrcrnt (tbert-ti- tnaktuthtrluo$4.SBticrMlr) If rou tend FULL ASH WITH Or) BUR and imcbw, tuft advirfLImmit. vTmV K!ZW. Cause of the Trouble. M'lidlnirutauofAiraathetlrtMmay atOUReiiwnaelf fur any ivaaoti lby aronot "Didn't iarry her, eh? I suppose a utwaetorr ou eiaMrUeo, U a ara pertectlj raiubla u.l uuiier aoal to ua l aala aa In a baak. It 7011 thy will rUW (water, run iMlr of tbw Uh. pn will Unit tiQ.rvar UtUr, Ij Msr nnd loolt unlar ou m V u wall i1vk1 tint wbu you you were .siruid you could not sup- tbAuan iirv ToOMprtr ueodoraeen at ur prii1, Waknow I n Wa a l.i HlekaaaJt? "Jtr. )otlrwoffr. tylo to which sho had port her In thtf 'friSsaaittai yprvl m l tb dihIaI InipJuttoff TIREShtm "Oh, no. I wns uric quoted aktaMI becomo accustomdr wrlta for our Tlr mad Buudry CV(4louhriu iljicrtUJ luia ttuuWt all tukM Mill QltlUUa! (.tVttltmlMtiaiUi.ii4tl)trlrt;. not at all afraid of that." "Then why IT Uit DO NOT THINK OF IUTINQ A 1ltTVrla AF Altai OOMOi iiuaanyuiuiuuiii didn't" "It wnsmhe that yvos afraid ItWa I'could not."'Houston l'ost. , i . i 'rf 'm III 1 . withimt a etnt tleiiutUUi in tno hlcli time yoamDyrldollieblcycli! unci put It to nnyU'St you wUh. I f you are then not satUlinU or do not wUh to ki-i'- tho le klilo It back to us ot ourexueiuo and uaa will notbeimlnnr. r.,t. '.FACTORY PRICES actual lacrary codu i ou kavo 1U lo mldiilemeii'i iiroHU by blUVclo. DO HOT DliY & blf.'ppnrnnnlf nfllrAd f.mflt.....r. n. anv ju icouritll you receive ourcaUlotuct and Icaraour unbuartlot factdru price and rtmarkahU tpeclal otfen. YOU WILL BE ASTONISHED VfD'"' t ha wamltrfulli) low prtxt vii n nka yoD llila roar. Wo Mil t h 111 i blojdff for loea rnour lin ni other tor,. Wo are utlalled with II.CO t nd tiront aborfMtarvoab BICYCLE DEALERS, youreu veil aurtlC7cluwlrrttur ownuiineiUtoatdaii1jlnotfrprlote. Order tilled thodar reuelvad. ' ecojid hwidlilcTclee dictcleb. Wedo notCbiVaro huidalork TUeie bunmUlr har; a number on uajid taken Iu trade briar w. null qtlt promptlrt pri( rni liif.rrpiu 3 to 0 or $10. Uritln Hit. inl!m rwlT lll(eorull ''.""ast. snyvnero partttulartandtixelal lAer aflmet. .mm, V.rmS"BTRB'u,REDun1y0u''lTandaprovojourlllcyclo. to anyone v. r11 OltrlcttorlUoana exlilllt a samulo Latest Model We can iit you in Complete Style at sLow Cost. J 11 A iv mm V We'ffia!ffi .""KSrf.'"' SH1MFESSELVS HO'S THIS? nil Druggists, , bt SSITS Hedgethorn U'UVn ir-iiuai- JB g $ - niai Bai llr. mako-80l"- lwr-turn- ttt ! IFYOUimO tt lfl-- mm Ja.LiHQki CVclE CHICAMJLL We offer Ono Iliimlred Dollars lfo- Htipntion. wnrd for liny cu&o of Cnturrh that cannot he cured by 'Hull's Cnturrh Apply Sloan's Lreely For Lumbago." Cure. Your attacks of Liunbngo nro not V. 3. CHKN&Y & Tnjedo, O., We, the iiifctcrriifjncd, futve known nearly so hopeless, ns (lie yseeni.You1 F. J. Cheney for Ihp Inst lo yenrsi enn rolioVc them nlnuist instantly. nnd lielieve him pelt.'uctly hi)iionihe' n simple nppliotition of Sloan's Ljn,U in nil businc-sr- i triinsacio'im nnd i ment on the hack nnd loins. Lnm nuiieiully nhle to eurry out nnyubr Imgn is n form of rheinnulism, nn yields perfectly to 8loin whieh, ligations mndo l,y his firm. )ilctrates quickly till in tlirqugh .the NATIONAL HANK OF sure, tender muscles, limhqrs uji the bacjs nnd inaikes it feel flue. (Ity'U Toledo, 0. bottle ot Sloan's Liniineiit for 05 Hull's .Gatnrrh Guro is nkcnjilliir eentV of nny druggist nndlia've jt in ttrnnlly, Tiotjng yireetly tirjnjibo tho 'Jiouse ngitlnst colds, neuralgia, blood ttudJruucoiis surfnecsj.of 'Wie sciatica nnd like ailments. Your Bystsui. Testimonials seiit- - free money baok If .not satisfied, 4iut it Take Hull's Family .1ills for eon, diAgive alffi6tiaHrtBtfeU; X THE ,C LAY ,C I TY T ! MES PAGE THREE CAN AMEMGENUINE m ORIGINAL i u I'. ' ! mm Mrs. L. S. ifnmiHw), of Winchester, visited lijorBfctcr, Mrs. Krcd Smellier, nndolfief relatives hero IrtHt week. ' "SHIELD BRAND" The Clothes You Want To Buy At The AT 912.50 In n Spaclnl $IO.OO Number! Sm Our And Hondtr Price You Want To Pay $15.00 f fjjj a fyy Sir. nnd Mth7XjjXr', VrtnRhn, after a twrt months' yisit to friends nnd relnlives in in thisnurrty, Clark and to their home ' b. j? rrry jL-J- u r rr ' -j- be bothered about it. We have just received two car loads and are prepared to furnish you with American Quality Fence at the Minimum price. If war continues in Europe fencing may be considerably higher in the spring. Save time and money by doing your fencing now Next year promises the most prosperous for the American farmer and NoW is the lime io do your fencing so that when spring comes, Mr Farmer you will not ' Arizona. Mrs. H. S, j.Bnrnett, of Jackson, was tho piost ofStr. M. I'. O'Mnrn Snhli'.lny nndi Sunday, Dillurd Stant,- tst, the Iron Mound ncijrhbiirhood, Wna married last week in Lcxinfrton, to "Miss ljuirn May The young couple visited Maxwell. friends in Kstill after the ceremony, and will make their hime in 'Fayette, where Ihc groom hns rented n fnnn. Mrs. Cora' Wilson Stewart, who conducted tho Teacher's Institute at Slnnton Inst week,, vinitcd her sUtcr, Mrs. Mcflloiic, last Friday. Mr. and Mrs "Charles Tomlinson, of Bay City, Mh?h., nro visiting friends nnd relatives 5n Clay City for a few days. J. W. Ilcnilrix made a business trip to Frankfort last'wcek. Mrs. J. W. "Williams mnklc a business trip to Lexington Inst weak. T. S. feKinneywns in Winchester on business n fev"idays Inst week. Miss Becse Shimfesscl was in Lexington Saturday, shopping. A. C. Barnes was in Winchester Saturday transacting some business ltcv. 1). II. Mntherlcy went to Win chester Sunday .find prenched there both morning nndtcvenhig, returning . Kstill, hnvo returned The New Models In Shield Brand" Clothes ARE HERE coats 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. We have never felt so good over the suits and over- For be it known that the "Shield Brand" line of your opportunity. Come in while our line is complete. you select a pleasing pattern. the for this season duced by the makers of these famous clothes. and greatest showing Suits represents Overcoats ever proDon't miss Let us help Fa! land Winter Fashions You are cordially invited to call and sec the Beautiful New Sty les as shown in the New and Handsome Fashion Book of the Victor Ladies Tailoring Company of Chicago The Leading Ladies Tailoring House in the Country. s Made to Measure This company makes a specialty of Coats, Dresses and Skirts, made to order according to your inSuits, dividual measurements in any style and material of your selection, or of your own material. Hijjh-Clas- American Fence. WIRES HEAVY GALVANIZING Monday. MOKE WEIGH T; LONG LIFE PERFECT SECURITY. Grubbs & Benton VOFi-tua- in ariu di ouuvvay. Winchester, fly. J. C. Fitch nnd family, crt' Jackson, spent a few Unys with Mrs. ,T. II. O'llcar early in thewcek. Mr. Fitch is connected "with the Kentucky Union Lnnd Company at Jackson. Judge Luther Loving, who is now located at Jacksonj in the ofllce of the Day Co., wns here with his family over Sunday. Doo Philipps made a lmines trip to Winchester iasfweek. Mr nnd Mrs. John Lnrison, of In- -, diann, John Elgin, of Clayton, Ind., and Mi-s- s Ilethia Jrow, of Estill county, were nmoiL; thoe front a distnnce vio attended the funeral of Mrs. RupanrgTrtiS last week. Miss Molly who was wnitii: ' 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-MADSUIT 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. E j in town Tuesday. Bcv. D. II. Mntherley left Tuesday Mr. J. Tipton, i? Irvine, is spending a few days with lier duugh-- I for Dundee, where he will 'hold a series of meetings thi week. lie tor, Mrs. .Moses MoKinnev. !'stmuster and '.Merchant Y. 0. will return Saturday. Mrs. Ben Hiley is vi?itin; her I'litiu-k- . of Kimhrell, is in Lexington .1. r ..ft-- of Curtis, on Mrs. left Saturday for t home. Letcher Byrd, of ilenr Irvine, was Wtrrices-tcr, 'h ihe line, as'rk'now you wiU 'Ee" greatly interested in the beautiful styles and handsome materials whether you wish to buy or not. ishall. be pleased to.shww-yo- u MRS. J. W. WILLIAN CLAY CITY, KENTUCKy. n business. A. K. Sams visited , Mrs. Lisle Fox, neur i their piii(i:iistor, Monday nml Tuesday. Geo. S. Ware ami Mnnsun Curtis, ' ICniuurgrf, Montgomery l eciiuity, ere liere Tuesday on business. The recent rains have greatly retarded the sowinjr of wheat and rye. It is a very rare tliinjr Hint the earth hrlds moisture as it has held it this time after rains. It took rour days for ordinary dry lnnd to become dry piioujrh to hlir after the cessation of the rain Saturday. .Mrs. dam-liter- Mr. and daughter, Mrs. Pleas Bnrnett, of Jackson. h, W. G.Patrick, poMinnster at left Tuesday "for Lexington to attend the annual convention of the Kentucky Sunday School Association, which is.iu session there thi Kim-broug- Agent For Victor Ladies Tailoring Company, Chicago. Prompt Service, Perfect Fit and Satisfaction Guiranteed and Prices Always the Lowest. an yr?m a. v! w fiHgh Grade Clothing Best dressers can appreciate the ilace recently bought of Geo. S. Ware to 3Irs. llcllo Burgher for $7f0, )1 which is a hnudsomo profit of 25 over cost' price. Mr. Burnett hns the quality of jj owned this pluco but two weeks. wold lie Is W. J. Burnett hns i When in Winchester call and see Subscribe for The Times while it still 50 cents a year. DENTIST COMING HERE. BLOOMFIELD SPECIALS At $10,00, $12.50, $13.50, $15.00 ) 1 Iee Bloomfield Co.Ky. WincHester, North Main St. CSL 51 51 r Sanitary Bakery When you want good Bread and Cakes, baked in a SANITARY SHOP and madwf the best materials, try the SANITARY BAKERY, of Winchester. Dr. C. B. Dickson, a prominent dentist of. Ashland, Ky. will be at the Bed River Hotel from October Healthy. 28Ui, to November 2d. Those, desiring dental work should leave word A vigorous S.toinnchj)erfect workat tho hotel, or see liim on his ar- ing Liver and regular acting 'Bowels 43-rival. is guaranteed if you will use Dr. King's New Life Pills. Thoy insure When in Winchester see tho latest good Digestion, correct Constipation pictures at the Colonial. und.havo an excellent fconjo eilect on t the whole system IPurify yautjblood Vltton of Fear. rid you of al body poisons Fenr 1b sharp Bighted and can see and things underground, and much more through the Bowels. Only 25c. at your Druggist. la the skies. Cerventos. 2t week, lie will return (Monday. F. M. Hutchinson was in Winchester Tuesday, on business. Harroilxuiirjr now hns city delivery Mr. Medlock and daughter left for of mail, ami tho two curnuis Jackson Monday. They were sumtheir duties l;it week. moned as witnesses in n trial there. Oscar Newell cwne home Monday U nuking an pndeamr Winciio-to- r on n few days vacation. to have a Midy f water from the o O. IM. IJnrdesty, stock claim ngent Kentucky river. Tho jircMnt and the new for the L. & N. was in- town Tuesruns out day on business. one i being considered on that uum. J. M. Kenuon was in Lexington An outbreak of diptheria at Comp-ti4- n Thursday, on business. the Hoard of Health Mr. and Mrs. Chas. F. Tomliiwon, has emi-e- d of Bay City, Michigan, nro visiting to order the schools to be closed in Mr. nnd Mrs. Win Johnson. an endeavor to cheek tho ejiidtn"!c. Mrs. J. II. Burgher who is attending school at St, Helens, Ky., spent J. 0. Hnxlcr has again been apSunday with her parents Mr. und pointed road engineer of Madison court of that Mrs. Win. Johnson. county, the al county being unanimous in their Liver choice Keep Your Stomach And ihiui. d t'nin-cbUfi-c- Items About Our Neighborsi "WE DANIEL BOONE AXLE GREASE And don't have to grease but once a week. Made in Kentucky by CHAS. C. STOLL OIL CO. Lexington, Ky. growers lo market their County .Madison, - crop-.- . made nniiiv votes. Shackelford, of The l)a I.iimber and Coal Co., aro the Democratic building a switch from the L. & K. campaign in Clark on Monday when' railroad to their mill in Letcher he- spoke to a large crowd at the county. Thev have enough timber coutt houc. there to keep the mill going for some opened Judge The police judgo of Stanford now forces every drunk who is brought if before hi an to tell where ho got his Mens' Club of liquor, and us a result some of tho The Young Husiness blind tigorn in that couHi.nnity are ItiiiLiiniii liim donated suvcral cash life made hard for them. ..fvon the road eonlrac- - having ririij til lie febest tors in the count)' who have Hie '1'. II. I'itu'sall lias been appointed worked road. The prizes run from postmaster of Indian llortom, tlm $10 to 7i, nml iuv a grew eueour-aj'.wnenew postulliee at Blnofcie, in Letcher in tho Good ltoad move- il ooivuty. henator Lumucu niojit. hint L'or the position. nt reeoiu-uidiide- YOUR FALL COLD NEEDS ATTENTION. it No use to fuss and try out. It will wear you out' instead. Take Dr. King's New Discovery, relief follows quickly. It cheeks your Cold and Soothes your Cough away. AntUuptio mid Healing. Pleasant, Childt en like it. Gut a SOe. bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery und ke!j it in tho house. "Our family Cough and Cold Doctor" writes Lewis Ohio. Manchester, Chamberlain, .fnney back if not satisfied, but it Fresh every day at JAMES BLOOM'S. Sanitary LEWIS Bakery Winchester, Ky. Innartal! on LI fa and Daath. rLUo la a narrow vale between the cold and barren peaks of two eternities. We strlvo lu vain to look beyond the heights. We cry aloud and the only answer Is the echo of our walling cry. From the voiceless Hps of the' uureplyiug dead .there comes no word; but In the night, of death hope seesa star and listening love, can' hear 'the rustle of a wlug ill, 0. Ingersoll. of Knyetlo luotheiv, Hoilsloy A farmer living noar Cadi, broupitt county purchif.cd sevrirul hundrcAli g and to that town a pumpkiu vine cattle in Clark Old papers for sale at The Tlmes,i bend of choice 71) feet-tw- o incies in length. adjoin'wg countioti last week. The Office. The vine produced 1 1 fineNjmmpkiiw. irriees paid ranged ffrcMii 7Mto8l4 cents. Taebllno a'ftooeleia aak.' Former guvuiuur J. C. V. Haek-Iia"I am now engaged on a beirutlfiili has nu(Jo u ttuir of the u'uu-Uii- n dealgn for a new coin," said the 'artist . At Owingsvillc courtdM)' sale Inst "I don't aee why we need iCT'repllorfl. week a number of fltio innliw were nountioK in th interest of hi ... yayenne. .... liA. X...J. ou-cnu mibb I'lmm, utwuoj-bwere no buyers, ow itniulhlaoy for the Suunluraliip front tiffered bint there good looking "iw to YeWeftt'an good ing to tho depression in the south this dtstJiflt. -- Ha, guM to B)ro popular than .It already IBS caused by the inability of the cotton crowd in' Stanton vu 'Tuosduy, nnd nuwts-itiinui -r- nearly always helps. Tho Wler-Wy- . "Some thinks It's good policy to take de bull by de ho'us. but we'a yo' dotu dat It's well ter have somebody twlstln' his tall, bo's da bull kltf sorter divide LU.ctUmtlou.", ' hh H'Jelfi y CITY TIMES Come to Our Store An1Met us show yoit what a nice line of goods we,, carry. 6ur stock pi. Pry (foods, Notion", Grocerjep, Hardware, Clothing, Shoes and etc. is replete, with The henVytrauis Inst week evidently found mn'nwniiivepared, ns severWo Buy nnd Roll Fnrtn and City al of our cifizcns were noticed nt Property of nil kinds. Wc have some work pntchinujhcir roofs ns soon nice farms in Clark and adjoining as it wastry? enough to be out. counties fur sale or rent. Write us what you want. Jinny chetrtotits Have been brought Wc write all kinds of Insurance. in duriiig.tiiepost week. There is n TRACY AND STOKELY. splendid prnpttliis yenj, and are Office, Main Street, Winchester, Ky. rensonnblo"fn3pticc. Real Estate and Insurance. The Stove Question m wLl I .Sy&r. Less thnnjtwo weeks to election POWELL & JACKSON day. Democrats get ready to enst Writers of all Kinds of Fire, Life, your votes forJtBcfiklinni. Camden arid Tornado, Lightning and Hail Insur ('nut rill, nnd jgee that your neighbor ance.. We are also agents for the does the someT Illinois Surety Company and are pre pared to do a general Bonding bust The L. &JJ!Jlms been rcduring exness. penses by cutting oft several trains POWELL & JACKSON owing to slncilcsiif business cnuseU. Linvllle Jackson ly the Knrdpe"an war, but tins di Sam W. Powell Office in Court House. vision has notJiboen affected yet. H Kentucky Winchester Mr. J. U. Kri(on i one of careful nnd sonservntive citizens who is. not soing io be caught napping if ho can help it. When' the heavy rain were on last week, and there was talk of Send your shoes by parcel post the railroad bridge being carried and have them repaired in fho best away and the bottom lniids being way. and with the best material. flooded, "BudVj Was observed bringSend money with the shoes. Prices ing his boat :up frorni the river. Men's Half Soles, sewed 90c, nnib When nskedVhnt he intended to do, ed 65c. he rcmnrked that there was nothing Hoys' and Women's Half Sole, sew like being ready for emergencies, n'ld ed 75c. nailed 50c. Riiblier heels; Men, 65c, Women 50c then he ehnined'tlie boat securely to f.enthcr heels, Men, 35; Women 25c his front porch, whore it could not Parcel post work receives prompt at he washed nwny by any ordinary tide, and where it. 'would be convenient tention. iii enso it was needed. CHAS. BALMUT Winchester, Ky. Variety, Style and Quality. THIS COMBINED WITH OUR ! . Low Prices Make It to your Interest to give us a good share of Does your stove give enough heat? your trade. We strive to please our customers be- - n cause we know satisfied customers are our best assets. im i t! rj Yours to please, ri n WALDM & JOHNSON, m Waltersville, Ky. Fanners throughout nro putting Powell county 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. "High Qualitv-LoPrices" is our motto. Are w DRINK H&caKgia "MORE THAN WtT" J. H. Lacy & Co REAL ESTATE HOUSES -- FOR SALE RENT. IALTY. AND large crop of wheat this frill;'" in response to the' information from millers that the Eu ropean war is jlikely to continue for time nndtlint the demand 'or yhent nnd floury nest- - yenr will ex ceed that f(fnny previous yenr. Wheat thai was, planted' heforo the recent rains, isdopking fine, ami will he in shape tostind a 'hard winter, f such shoiddicomc, hut there is con siderable grounilttbnt is Rtill to. ho ylnnted. innn'etra 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 mo$t complete to choose from. We give prompt service. Come in and see them or write us. 3 en, Walk-Ove-r Shoes for ; n, 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 sHats, Pictoral Reviewre ss 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 t Flour and Red Cross Flour at 75c per 251b., , or $3.00 per hundred, Monarch I4 lour 7Uc per 251b. sack or $2.80 per hundred-eversack r guaranteed to satisfy or money refunded up- on return or what is left after trying it. Roas per pound. ted corree c n 1 GJTY BROPERTY-A-,SPf- c,j tee with ML f.i orfinniltRobtsr'Shrrn'-- ' Gran Witt 30 N. Main Street, rwffliir" & Co. 'Winrtiftxtfirl v, tho throat, you will surely get relief Only 25c. at your druggist. y for the dny innrkct. Tliese two men life' nmnn; our most WINCHESTER, X KENTUCKY scliools. Kstill Tribune. enterpnsinj; cntw denlerts, and hnvo Homefor the court dny These cool ni;lit brin promise "ales in adjoining counttes. of ifrots which will 'be wit lr u soon, Fanners throughout the county re- .mil ns usual, there - no doubt that unprepared. port considerabli'-'damngto frewli some will bo caught plowed fields, thehenvy rnms wnsli-iii- Better see that your fall work is all PLANTS STRAWBERRY the ground jiii.. mntiy instnnees. dono in good time. Fruit and Shade, Shrubs, AsparSaveral fields ofjsorsiim nnd lute agus, drape Vines, Roses, Peonies, Phlox, etc. corn were laid down by "the wind and TCie Ladies' Aid of the Methodist ' rain. t Everything lor church will have an oyster supper at ORCHARD, LAWN and QARDEN. Duncan riestuuranl on Saturday Prof. E, S. Land, principal of the night. Ice cream and oako will also NO AGENTS FREE CATALOGS Clav City gratied ' school, here Everybody invited. be scrvod. spcndtiig u wcckls vacation durin H. F. Hillenmeyer& Sons the Powell county' teachers' institute Lexington, Ky. now in session ht Stanton. Prof. James Ewen, of Stanton; pn.d Nurserymen Since 1841. Land attended the teachers jnti-- ! through town with 01 liead of cattle election to the which lie will feed for tho winter near tutu ihero before piincipnlship of tho Clay City Qordontown. la ild Room 200 McEldowneyB'Idg. Phone 94 iff fine, cattle mi Sterliasr foriu-- t HOPELESS LUNG TROUBLE CURED. TREES! e Many recoveries from Lung Troubles are duo to Dr. Bell's Subscribe for The Times while 'ft It strengthens the Luug.s, is still 50 cents a year. checks the Cough nnd gives relief at once. Mr. W. & Wlkins. Gates, N. C. writes: "I ued Dr. Bell's in a wise given up as hopeless nnd it affected n complete BANKING cure." Get a bqftlo of Dr. Bell If your cough IS 0 E nix 9 is yours for the lz-l-z- asking at the CLAY CITY Ill I T I Ltrnxl. Hardwick STANTON, & Company KENTUCKY. proiiitly uUiliittl 111 all rountrU OR NO FEE. TRADE.MAIIKI. C re.., .nil rolivi1iHitir..irl. hrnl hkitt'li. AlmlrT ur 1'Ttolu. lor FREE HEPOMT tin intltititlntdv. Ii.i.m (iio 1 ivnli in tmiij.i for Inrmlut.ln tmolr. MOW TO OBTAIN. .Ill SELL PATENTS, Wlilcli piim will II. lu iwniOT, patent Uw aivi otli.r VAltublu iM inluruillun, ir; D. 1303 Seventh St., Washington, SWIFT & CO. PATENT LAWYERS. D. C. IHATEVER you are cing to do, dress your feet for the occasion. For business and general utility wear, we heartily recommend the Nettleton I'll Mill Where to cat in Winchester, and they will tell you NATIONAL BANK JONES' RESTAURANT Cor. Main 0 Broadway Clay City, Ky. JT. !: DANDEALER JACKSON IN A SPECIALTY RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT. j "New and Second Hand Furniture UPHOLSTERING AND REPAIRING Whereas it Iiuh pleased Almighty God on Oct. 8, 1014, to reiuovo from our midst, Mrs. Sumo O. Smellier, beloved mother of our Brother AVult er Smethers, Be it therefoiv solved : NORFOLK 6fe seasonfo most. Capital Stock - - fSurplus und Ptofits. - Shareholders Liability $23,000.00 $10,000.00 325.000.00 SGO.OCO.OO i ( ' Low heel I J X X ,1 Receding toe We pay 3 psr cent Interest on lni!a deposits. Sav I Corner Broadway and Maple St. WINCHESTER, KENTUCKY 1st. Thnt wo extend our lienrt felt sympnthy to our brother Wnlter and family in this iliour of sorrow uud bereuveinent und thnt we point them to u supreme la'inj:, who doet!i well. Und. That a copy of these resolutions be spi'emt upon our minute book, n copy 'bo sent to the bereaved futility and a copy sent to the Clav City Times for publication. nil perfecu modeljfor this f purpose. MadeHtu. Fine material Fine to be shoe-makin- g 4 J tiling not RYE AND TIMOTHY SEED Need any Fence, Gates, Roofing, Cement, Sewer Pipe? Write us. We sell the Owensboro Wagon, the best one made. Vlacltfand Tan 'F Calfsin equalled in any other maitcs OAl'ITAX. BTOOK, 8100,000. ,'A HUHI'liVHAKD PHOlTi'S, UOO.OOO TH13 1 are found at (Committee, OUR PRICES ARE ALWAYS RIGHT, J. O. D.Snowden, V. Kaster, Bedford WINCHESTER, & Tuttl KENTUCKY. John Kimbrell. Old papers fur sale Office. at The Times Hutsell & Smith It SIGN OF TIIIC SHOE" E. Fisher & Co. Winchester, Ku Winchester Bank, m Oft WlNOIIHTISIt, ICr, J; N.HOM.V WlTIf UHHI'UUN', l'HK KPIIAH, Kentuclly. Prices To Suit All. Nothing Nothing- Too Too Large. - Oahiiiuh id 'Small. .j YOUli ACCOUNTS HOtaCUTJW U 4 (r n,i'i a I'i ra &i ya m m m,m h