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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): October 29, 1914 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1914 cla1914102901_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 29, 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. (3 4 ( ' I 1 J ! FVtLISrJED EVERY THURSDAY. .M. P. O'MARA, Owner arid Publisher THE CLAY WFY TIMES. CLAY CITY, "1 We arc Here to Help Clay Clfy, th8 Surrounding Country and Ourselves. VOLUME XIX; NUMBER 44. KENTUrJft;THUnSDAY, COACH OCTOBER 29, 1914. WAS PUT ON HIS HONOR TO RETURN The Best Weekly In this Section ft ' ' f r The new conch MJtjJii- - 'ho Dnv Arthur Roberts, who is serving a shoos for the MounTarrntrnl Rnil Eugene Hackworth Dies After Few term in the Frankfort Itcformutory Rev. L. F. Mann Performs Early Cm' rond, n nnrrow gmijjI4e running passed through ..... T...,?.il!;tiiLi Morning Days Illness at the Home Ceremony t For Clay City the other day, on his way was landed on n flntiKncrinefiJny, back to the prison from Jackson Of His Grandmother. Young People. nnd shipped to "Campipfc Junction, whcic he had been for several days the rails. iKor the second time In seven days, as a witness in a suit being tried Miss Dora Mackic nnd .Mr. 0. C. whore it will be haniprimY'.nnd well the journey Meccbam were married at the home Tho car is n very dentil visited the home of Mr. and there. Roberts made of the bride's parents enrly Tuesday built affair, and wajjj3jj;nd and Mr. Arvis' Hackworth ntnt took Ills without nny guard, hnving .been put A. M. morning, Rev. L. F. Maim perform- built under the BnperpftfrTof tribute. One week ago the little on his honor by Warden Well", and Burgher, master nyua'ic of the daughter, ing the ceremony in his usual imVenal, aged 5 yours died he was practically free all the time by, It is very probnhle that they hp was absent Day shops here. DWrng.-lbpast after n .liort illness from the prison. pressive naid happy way. The bride of acute dysenwill move here in the near future. week or two the 6oaclih3 attracted tery, Judge Hugh Riddel gave Roberts a is the daughter of .Air. nnd Mrs. 0. II. the funeral taking place last Mr. Lucns will open up a barber well. a good deaf of attentbW'om travelletter to Warden Wells stating that ehop and take pictures on the side. Judge W. R. Shnckclford, of Rich Mnckic, nnd was one of the most ers passing up nndstoa the road Wednesday nt Virdcu, nnd Tuesday the (prisoner's conduct throughcfif brother of We are always glad to welcome such inond, will spenk nt the court bouse chnrtming young Indies of our town. nnd much fnvornblnmnmcnt has night the his stay in Jackson 'had lieen of tin good citizens to onr midst. here on Monday, November, 2 ntll T'he groom is n well known young been made ort it. 'FJMjfr piece of the child Eugene, also died, almot best. Miss Anna Clark spent Saturday o'clock, in the interest of the Demo fireman on the L. & N. nnd is very metal nnd woodwork nJil the coach, 7 day- to the minute after his sister. At the time of Venal' death Eugene highly spoken of by officials of the and Sundny with some of her school erntic pnrty. with the cxoeption6f'4ie Wheels, was MARRIED IN TEXAS, was apparently in the best of health. rond and others who know him. The mates at Filson, Nada and Natural mnde in tho shops heitjfnnd the fin-- 1 n(,t've- - Fri- s ns,,n'' ver-wedding took place nt 0:30 o'clock "''ji . .1 i Bridge. TO AID GOOD ROADS. The following item from the Miami credit to"1'1'"' "nS' isiieui pronnei woma Wednesday morning nnd the young iiny lie was taken ill, and nltlinugh Chief, published at Miami, Mrs. Bettie Hnrdwick will go to nny plnnt. Texas medicnl aid was summoned and will he The womnns' Club, of Morehend, couple left on the seven o'clock trnln Winchester Saturday to attend the of interest to mnnv Powell Afeverything done to him, he Hallowe'en pJfrty of Jack and Teddy gnve n court-da- y dinner Mondny, the for Cincinnati nnd other points. county people, where Ji- - hride failed to recover. His death occurred proceeds to he devoted to the Good ter n short 'honeymoon trip they will Hnrdwick. known. The Times Joins will nt the home of his grandmother, Mr-- . Dr. J. E. 'Lemming ami I. W. John-- i Roads movement. This club is of return to Lexington, where they will tho-- e who knew her in exlendinp Laura Button, where he had been 'sgnjwere in Lexington one day this great benefit to the community and make their home. congratulations and hest wished foi staying with his mother, since the Veelrjfevbusiness. The Times adds its congratulation has promised .$50 to the Good Roads, a long and happy life. CINCINNATI LIVESTOCK. burial of Venal. The funeral took and will rnise it by this nnd similar to that of a host of friends of the Dr. Johnson, was called to Filson Last .Sunday evening at 0:00 place Wednesday morning at Virdcn, young couple. 'Saturdny tosee a sick person. We mehtods. Kletcher anil Mr. II. C. RogOe 'Cincinnati, 0., Receipts where 'lie was laid beside the body did not learn who it was. ers were united in marriage at tin and shipments of li fSWok nt the of his sister. Rev: L. F. Mann officflev. Shermnn Robbins, of Ilntton TO ''SHOOT" WELLS AT IRVINE. home of the bride. She is well knowi VISITING IN WINCHESTER. Cincinnati Upion St; kySrds Wed- - iated at both -- erviccs. Creek, came heme Monday from ' to the people of .Miami and surround Gi tle'Jffgs.Sliecp. ncsdnv were: A large quantity of nitro glycerine Rowan county. He is the Evangelist The Misses Broadliead, of MauCh Hm.cj,,ts ing country. She ilias hcen on Of&$G.1 802 been received nt Irvine for the for that section of the country and has Cliunck, Pa., members of the Broad Shipments "Hello" girl 'or several years and wc purpose of "shooting" the oil wells spends most of his time on the field. Lumber Co., will arrive regret very much to loc her. CATTLE Stcadvit-mue- t nt there. Storage tanks have been erec- I The entertainment at the College in Winchester Snturdny evening foi Monday's prices, s'nip DrV$,G.7jj(a)8, The Groom, needs Uo introdttetiot ted nnd provisions are being made to last Friday night was line. We hope a severnl days' visit with the family butcher steeds, exf to our people as he is well known b lT.fi.'i, handle the product. that the students will give more such of Hon. H. G. Gnrrett. In addition good to choice $G.f0tf 7.2,'commnn everyone. Shakcspearenn plays. A. good crowd to their visit here they "will make an to fair $5.2o(n)0.40,T eiffers, extra Geo. W. Locknane, Who Was Born Bro. Whatley performed the cereFARMERS OPPORTUNITY. was present. inspection of t'lie property purchased $0.857, good to ehoi q j&.2ffiG.7."i. mony. and Raised Near Here, Dies at Those present outside tin in Powell county nt n cost of $100,- Paul ntteiided the Ken-tuoimmediate family were: Mr. and Mrs Jmmon to fair $4.50(o (5jfcbws extra "There is not an acre in Kentucky Winchester. which was closed last '$75(3(5, good to chbfi&2p(ffia.Cri, Sundny School Association that Claude Carr. Mr. and Mis. Glisson won't loub!e in value in the next 000, n denl for The Missed Broadliead are common to(-a- ir Convention at Lexington two dnys five week. $3.i!wgi5j cfinners and little Ella, Mrs. Oli ,on. liinthei years, due mqstly to the EuroGeo. W. Locknane, aged 53 years, nnd njtractive young $.li54,2o; last week, arid also heard the famons pean ,Mr. 'Frank Elder, Misses J()e ITmn 'bulls "stfeljf.'bolognns died Monday at the home war," was the highly optimistic very talented of his sisphysician D ladies nnd have many friends m Win- f 5.7")g4i:i0, f extra $fife5J.2.T,k Kelly, of p'iric and Fuye Bnrum. remnrk of Dr. Fred Mushier, Sfate ter, Jlrs, Marion Mc Kinney, near chester. Winchester Sun. John, Hopkins University deliver an agent After congratulations and thr of farm demonstration wprk, He cljeJl 'from a. tumor Winfeltester. address. Ho also, spent three davs o a group, of men at t1ie: BMril of .' of thc:bfnhi;nudUhil(b! ui fc.i'j l,, ,., hisSanday' scho'dl 'work. n An Hi (n)10.2o, common nnd lirge $.3D.7'!. with rice while waiting for the trail Mr. Lockiuinu was horn and rear"rMr; Virgil Atkinson, of Beattyville, HOGS Active nnrf 10c higher, which they rook for Hoover, theii In Dr. Mutcliler's opiniofl,?tlie Eu two miles smith of Clay City. lie was here Sunday visiting with bit selected heavy $7.707.7.'), good to ed future home. ropenn conflagrntion has given the came here in 1880 anil engaged in mny friends. choice packers and butchers' $7.70 The Chief joins all in v. i.shing them American farmer the grandest opporMm grocery and meat business for Mr. and Mrs. Ah. Hall, ot! tunity of his life. (He says that the Farmers Will Be Especially Eligible (o7.7.", mixed pnekers' $7.G0(fi)37O, ten years when lie located at Salt a long and happy life. county, motored over to stags $J0(o!G.50, common to choiifelj farmers of the United States will be engaged in the mercantile For The Office Just Created Stanton Sunday and visited with extra $..I(l. Lick and heavy tnt sows A BIG APPLE CROP. cnlled upon to feed the world for t'he business where he has since lived. their many friends and relatives. light shippers' $7(D7.45, pigs (110 In Civil Service. next three years, and the thinking Hon. L. L. Bristow, of GeorgeMr. Locknane wii twice married, ths and Jess) $4.7."ifi.8."5. The large apple crop this year ree-- i ones who realize and grasp this op his iirt wife being .Miss Iturghcr, a town, and candidate- for the short SHKEIV-Steel- y, extra $4"i, An examination will be held in Lexiiiuicuds itself to the consideration portunity are going to gather in the to J. X. Burgher, who lives term as Senator on the Republican ington Wednesday, November 4, at ood to choice $4.254.0."i, common sister of 'lmuekccper. ''An apple a dav benefits. near this city, .lames M. and Fred keeps the ticket, will address the voters of to fair $2.50(0)4.1"). doctor away." Frequcntlx "I have n , farm in Warren the office of the United States Civil nt' this city, are ncpVwi Stanton on Saturday, at the Court LAAHIS Good steady, otlujr Suittliei-sapples arc about a cheap us TrUI Service Commission in the governLock-minhouse. Let us all come out and henr county on which I expect to mnke ment building i" potatoes. They may he used In a for applicants to fill miles weak, extra $7.75(r?7.8.", good of Mr. Locknane. Mr. this man who is making a great fight $25,000 in the next three years," he t'he position of field agent in the Bu- to choice $7.3"(7fi7.G.'). common to one of thirteen children of the Into many ways. Their e promotes tin says. "I am going to make it off of to beat the Hon. J. C. Cnntrill, also Wesley Locknane. With his passing culls $4.")0(s.".2."i. health of the family. Apple sauce live stock. There is no money in reau of Crop Estimates ifor the State fair $j.507.2d, a candidate for the same office. awrv there are now but two s,irI-vor- - apple of Kentucky, and practically all o: pie, apple dumplings, "t'riei get of this large family. Dock Lick-nnn- apples, Am I my brother's keeper? Yes. cropping; yon hnve to feed it to the Southern States including Texas JAILER OF BREATHITT haked apples aro a few of tin all out of the land that is possible. you are; your own keeper, nnd yom of ;l"nri. and Mrs. Marion table manifestations and Oklahoma. of tho apple Inland Fnrmer. brother's. There nre two, and only LOSES IN CONTEST. McKiiiney, of Winchester. The announcement sent out by tin 'lVcy are only a few. A good houe two conceptions of bumnn life, yourUnited States Civil Service Conimls keeper can make a barrel of apple MEETING TO COMMENCE self nnd others. You can be so nar INJURED WHILE CUTTING CORN. sion, is for a competitive examinaprovide the table with many delica The Court of Appeals nt Frankfort row that you can only think of "Me I tion for men only. The position wil 'ins declared void the election NOVEMBER 19. eies. This U the year to make tin of Howard Cockrell, o? Cnmargo, was and my wife, My son John and his hest of an opportunity to buy at least seriously injured while cutting corn pay $1,000 a year. The duties wil lohu C. Grillith as jailer of Breathitt wife; Us four and no more." or you The regular services at the Chris- one useful product at fair prices. nt his home, when the knife he was consist of collecting and reportlu" county, the charge of fraud being can think in terms of BROTHERan apple before hreakfast, mil' siist'i'iied. Former Jailer A. A. AIUm, tian church will commence Nov. 10, using slipped and cut n big gash in information regarding acreages, coi HOOD. Each for all and all for and yoiu his right leg. Jeff Cooer, of the ditions nnd yields of various crops the Democratic nominee, instituted at uh'ch time a protracted meeting arother before bedtime each. When we can widen our vision The subjects to be nxumined upon tho contest against Griffith, but the will be opened under charge of the bailees of enjoying tiuintcrruptci same neighborhood, nlso suffered n of humanity nnd see Hint there nre Rev. goid health will be improved. severe cut in his left 'hniid in the will be questions relating to agricul- Inter wns upheld in the lower couits, pastor. Rev. 1). II. Motherly. others besides ourselves then we will t' Taylor county, Frank1 'ort State Join mil. same manner. An nrtery was cut ture, arithmetic, including computa- nnd has been holding the office since Albert Winkler, patch the meaning of thoso words. will nssist the pastor. and he was iii danger of bleeding to tions involving a knowledge of sta- January. The strength of the nation is in the CATTLE MARKETS SLACK. tistics, questions on crop reporting death for some time. individual, nnd the strength of t'lie methods and education and experi individual is in the nation, or as KipIn spite of the claims of tho packence. The applicant must 'iinve nan ling has put it, "The strength ol WARRANT ISSUED FOR ers thai the high price of nieat is dm nt least five vears jraotical experi the pack is in the wolf, nnd the to the lack of home grown beef, cat BREATHITT FEUDIST. ence, in farming, an educational strength of the wolf is in the pnek." four-yetie ore almost a drag on tho market course training .equal to n You nre strong in the strength of these dn.vs. and t'lie prices nre A warrant bns been issued by in n college or university und at least your brothers, and your brothers are Judge Benton, nt Winchester, for the three years responsible practicable falling off. Of the BJ.OOf strong in you. Christ not only lived arrest of Dock Smith, on a clyirge of experience in work involving statishead that was offered at Mt. Sterline among men, but he lived for men. ne the asMnntion of last week, not more thjtn Ed. Cal- tical methods of inquiry. HveJ. his life for others. His was lahan, of Breathitt county. After were sold, hut still the price of .sirno selfish life. He proclaimed the the trial of "Red" Tom Davidson, loin steaks stays up. Wheat i sellKENTUCKY HORSES FOR WAR. t ing at war prices, despite the truth thnt every man is n keeper of Judge Benton warned the others conhis brother when he said, "Thou nected with the cuse that he would a crop of (WO.OOO.OOO hn!ieb Twenty-tw- o cnrloads of Kentucky was raised t ii year. shnlt love thy neighbor ns thyself."! hold it over them as a guarantee of Speculators shipphorses, about 1,000 head, were grabbed this and the consume; bus "If is the .business of- the strong tp their future good behavior, nnd ed Wednesduy from Lexington to to pay. .see that cvc?yphild has a chance, warned Smith Hint his conwill be reshapthat every tnau has a chance. It Is duct would be watched. He is said Montreal, where they ed to France for use by the- (French WHAT IT COST THEM. our business to see thnt nothing is to have been creating considerable army in the present war. The averI. r. W. Beckham, Democratic plnced in the way of weak men or disturbance in Breathitt lately. age price paid for these horses was ciwididate for the United States Senyoung people that will hinder their about $140 per head, ate, long term, spent $1,000 in his chance in life. It ought to be the TALL TOBACCO. campaign which he filed at Washing-ton- . mission of the State to make it hard None contributed to bis camSLOW AT CYNTHIANA. wrong; and easy for for a man to do What is believed to be the longest SALES paign. Other candidates for the 'him to do right. And it is hard for stalk of tobacco ever grown in the Senate make statements as follows; At Cynthinnn Monday a fair crowd a man to keop right when the voters State wus exhibited ut Stanford- last Augustus F. Willson, Republican, Send a man to Congress or to the week by Mr. It. C.IPepper, who farms was in town for county court but long term, received $125, and spent Legislature that we know will help close to tbut city, This tobacco very little trudtng was done. Only 300 head of cattle were on the marl,780,87; William Marshall Bullitt, liquor traffic in power. We which was a cross between Stand-u- p : keep th Republican, short term, received never can expect to make splendid and White Burley, wus grown on new ket and the dumnjid was very slow, $850 and spent $1,250, and' George for laen and women, when we nllow such land, and measured exactly teu feet prices ranging ut frqm 0 to 0 Nicholas, Bull Moose, short term, exa destructive institution to exist in in heighth. Ten large leaves- - of fine 1000 pound steers. A few mule cults pended $0.15, Yes, you are your texture were tukeu from the stalk. were sold ut from 10 to $80, pur community. nml Maud Boone sptat Saturday jund Sunday with Misw ATjnn, Welch nt Rosslyn. Mr. 'ThoB. Boone, of Winchester, wnff here this week looking nfter n contract job nt the Court House, A nanitnry lavatory is being put in nnd other greatly heeded improvements. Mr., Dave Lucns nnd 'his fntlier, of , Leo eonnty were here two days this week 'looking n round for n place to JsseLillic brother's keeper. You must livo for other's ns well ns yourself. You must fight for your neighbor's borne ns Well ns for your own. "The strength of the wolf is in the pnek nnd the strength of the pack is in the wolf." Thou Rhnlt love the Lord thy Hod with nil thy heart, with all thy mind, with all thy strength nnd with nil thy soul. And thou s"lwlt love thy neighbor ns thyself." The writer ncknowledges .with many tlinnks the Whitesburg Eagle sent to him for three months by Mr. Ras 'Houston, of Whitesburg. We nre glad to know that Has is doing Popular Couple Married Here RAILROAD Two Children Die Within Week SHlPPED'JiOpMPTON. The Times Office Moved To Main St i Patrons are Requested to Call and See us In Our New Place Of Business. The Times ofilce is now located on Main street, in the Dehnrt property, next to Mr. .1. T. Kirk's store, having been moved tliis week front the former location mext to Dr. Martin's. Wc cordially invite all our subscribers and friends to drop in nnd see 'is and if you have any items of news we will greatly appreciate them, as '.vc want to make the Times the best oii'iity paper in Hie state. We always have a good fire and- plenty of eats, and if we are too busy to talk to you, we hnve plenty oT papers that von are welcome to rend. If you arc in need of any job work we are prepared to do it, having put 'n sonic new equipment, and we can h the work promptly and neatly. Try us and see. But whether you inve business or not with us, call in, is we want to get acquainted with as liany of our suhseribers as possible. You will be welcome at any time. -- plnwgr three-yenr-o- ld ' - 11 .1 v;i as!t Misi-Maud- BEE BUSINESS rs BAD. ........ hend-Garre- tt Former Citizen Of Powell Psses Away Dei-thic- ft CALVK's-Acjtiv'e,lS25- (50(!, but-twoi- , r;r fas rieia agents iesi Kentucky havo just oinph'ted gathering the 1914 honey rop. According to the Bureau of 'rop Kstiinntes of the Tinted States ? Agriculture, the yield Department icr colony of bees was 8 pounds, rn 1913 the production per hive was 10 pounds. The decrease is said to be due to 'he shortage of tie wild flower crop ''lU sei'so'i. The latest census figures nf the bee ind honey industry of this Stnto to 1910. That year there wer 15,00,1 farms in Kentucky thntkerit' becnndthe totalf imimbtT'of'J'olomcnjaij rq,-'a- te - vns l.'iU.OOl. GOOD Date Is Announced PRICES FOR CATTLE. well-know- n Mont-gdme- ry $5.2.), - 2."8-nc- Monte the c.lttle 'myer ot Danville, shipped 99 head it' fat cattle from Richmond to New York last week. These cattle averted l.:i.V pounds and were bought Yoni Madison county farmers nt ''roin S to S'.j cents per pound, and were an extra choice lot. MONTGOMERY'S re e SHERIFF IS IMPROVING. ti-- e, Sheriff II. F. Howell, of Mont-;nincounty, who underwent an fur appendicitis recently, vns alile to return to his home, a few lays ago, and will lie able to tako up lis duties again stoutly. er HAND IS IMPROVING. Uverctt King, who snffeied a sehis hand while work ng in a hardwood flooring estnb ishincnt at Lexington, and who has Veil at the homo of 'In futhur hero r some weeks past, is now recov-rin- g nicely, and the injured member is doing well. Ili e.spects to return to his work at Lexington in n Tew en injury to ar Try The Times FOB. YOUR days-- . con-tiuall- Job Printing' one-thii- Rev. I). IL Matherly returned Tuesday from North Bend, whoie he 'ins been conducting a very suceesfi-"revival fur the past week, Tho meeting wns n very good one, Brotb-- r L. K. Martin assisting Rev. Math-rlTwenty-on- e additions were made to the church. ul y. fac-tha- DIED OF TYPHOID. flfteen-yonr-ol- Morgan Lane, the d - 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. son of Mr. nml Mrs. Morgan Lane, died nt their home near (iordentou last Thursday after an illuess of two vveekf, with typhoid fever. The remains were brought to Roslynn in this county, Friday morning, funeral' services being held at tho grave, COAL OIL CAUSES DEATH. At Lancaster . The Clay City Times a 10 year son, was probably fatally burned when she attempted to use coal oil in lighting the kitchen fire. The oil exploded nnd set tiro to her clothing. Rev. D. II. MutliJrlywill hold tha regular services ut Log lick Sun day. 'itghil Monday, Eva Skid-mor- e, old girl from Jack- PAGE TWO T TIMES will bo deserted by Jhflusnnds who jptcd forMd'm for Oovjjgaor. It is ' generally Conceded that he fs tlio Weakest wan his party could have nominated. He can gain no votes from the democratic ranks, the h..e no confidence in ihim. and his own party followers refuse to enthuse over liis candidacy. cnnn&ctiiig It eounty-rtent- HE c1UtA Y C I T Y- T iM E S WMM I ( A A Demgcrqt!&, Newspaper Ejgjitaen Years Old i M. P. O'HARA, f)YNER AND PUBLISHER. Entered ns second-clas- s mail mnt-t- cr nt tLo Post Offlco at Clny City, Ky., under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. BUBSCIIIPTION HATE $1.00 per year in advance. 1 jrilUKSDAY, OCTOBKU 29, 1914. In liis speech bete In t week Gov-'crn- or particular laid Beckham stress on tlio fact that the campaign this year is not a local affair, but a natioua ono and it is being fought out on lines that effect the whole jcountry. Tho president has asked jthat ho be given strong support, and' ifrom tho success that has attended liis administration he should be accorded tho support of the entire country. To do this it is essential that a Congress be elected that will 'fall in lino with his plans and pass liis hills. To put in a Republican Congress would mean that tiho Presj-'dent- 's hands would bo tied and he would ho unable to carry out bis many plans for the betterment of 'conditions throughout tho country. .This is not a time to say that yon hpprovo of tho Presidents actions unless yau arc prepared to 4iov by your uso of tho hallot on Tuesday that you aro willing to endorse your ballot Lim. By stamping Rooster Democratic unuer tho 'on November 3rd, you can do a great deal to show President "Wilson that you believe in him and his methods. L Judjrt O'Ifcai's enmity to Gna Will-so- n hns found fre(iient oppression of thn present ineo the beginnitypr campaign. The Judge haw not that Willson refued to sup-po- tt "liiui and he has openly stated that under no conditions would he be for Wllr-ofor tho sennte. Tn t..:n-gpoint of r.ut. if t'irre r- being elected, of "garrulous flu." Judge O'Uenr would take the stump and urge his progressive and republican friends to vote for Governor for-gotter embraced when if girljUirows lightly nside that 'nn mttiw ssycl aliddJ&est reserve so becomwouldaccoinoolate 87 per ecnfPof the she loses Jtcr grnud-o- st ing a.miuile Iralllc of the State and serve directly charm, and becomes rather comabout 80 per cent, of tho people. mon and cheSif. Flirting may sccai In this way the counties of Kenthoughtless girl In tucky now have an opportunity to do to soino effective road construction, If be woudcrfiiHynmusing, and she mnj it shall Jict'onic possible, eventually, even jjejt n.n'.frl'en she is quite fascinp of the State convicts on nating, to use a degrading pastime the rour, the oo- -t of tho work may and styoutd. boxfrowncd upon by overy lie reduced, but in the meanwhile young Indj wpro has an ambition to there is nothing to prevent the build- be n wcrthy nnd chaining woman. ing of .some muds by counties which have the enterprise, to avail thetnsel-e- s nf the State's assistance. . . ! ..II i i A ysiciil 01 good ronus mining mi towns would he of l!ie count.v--.einestimable value to the Common wealth. The counties should not be "MORS THAN WET' idow in taking advantage of State aid. s 'III,! tiillnti nml 14., 1 tiiiu 11 J. H. Lacy & Co REAL ESTATE HOUSES CITY theiddyd SALE AND RENT. PROPERTY A SPECFOR IALTY. McEldtpey p'ldg. Phone 94 We are Showing a, Complete Line' of 7 hiiis .Room 200 WINCHESTER, :: KENTUCKY CLOTH IN Spring Goods, SB at V5 Beckham. ' STATEMENT. J Call eai m hthii-ucter. and they will tell you yvnerc 10 b and sec our" Line and get our Prices. STATE AID FOR ROADS. At fhe good road- - conference held in T.misville Inst week the statement was made that on January 1 there will be available approximately fdOO.-00of State funds to be used in road construction in eirtmties which do their part by putting up a dollar to meet the dollar given by the State. One county, Lewis, ha taken advantage of the Slate's generous propof osition by voting a bond 1."iO.000 for the construction of 0 Statement of Ownership, .Management, etc, of the Clay City Times, published weekly nt Clay City, Ky., and ventured by the Act of August 1, 1912. IMitor, Managing Editor, Business Manager, Publisher and Owner, MICHAEL P. O'.MARA. Clay City. We can fit you in Complete Style at Low Cost. JONES' RESTAURANT Cor. Main & Broadway Ky. Known bondholders, morgnges and other security holders, holding one per cent or more of total amount of hiuids, mortgages or other securitiei. .b.hn E. liurghor. MICHAEL 1 O'MAKA. nails. 1ic State Km:.! Department Sworn to ami Subscribed before already lias approved a contract for . the construction f a section or mac- me this (ith day of October, 191-1iviHTT. A. T. adam high, v. Lewis county, thereNotary Public, Powell County, Ky. fore, will be the first county to experMy Commission expires January ience the benefits of Stntc aid. other counties preparing 2.1, 1018. There are TREES. , SHIMFESSEL'S The best lubricptfot. without carboru iue are found at trees, and Ornnmentnl Fruit Shrubs, Orapc Vines, Rhubarb, Asparagus, Peonies, I'lilnx, Hoses, etc. KVBHY THING FOR ORCHARD, LAWN AND GARDEN.' NO AOKNTS E. Fisher & Co. 1. .Vywehester, Ku Prices'o Suit All. Too Large. Small. Kcep Nothing FREE CATALOGS Nothing Too H. F. .HILLENMEYER & SONS, Lexington, Ky. to 'dec 1. Old papers for save Office. The, feeling amongst the Republican leaders in opposing Wilson's Candidacy for tho senate - bitterer in tho mountains ifhnn Anywhere else. lAlthongh in thoso districts tho republicans in tho past, have secured their biggest voto, thia year Wilson i- T bond suing bonds. Several of thc-propositions will be voted on at the November election. In counties where to take a vote on the question of vote is favorable the rcult will he duo largely to the fact that tho State ' really to meet counties half-wa- v in the aiatcr of road building. The money which the State contributes is to be applied to highways contown. It was necting county-sca- t pointed out by spenkcrs at the conference that the .system of j&ndways. o A DANGEROUS PASTIME. Your;, Stomach incuiiiijr. , And Liver at The Titnes cooled automobiles.' Miutefrora finest Penrisfl 'vnnia Crude. A tiala. thin, htffh fire test 611 whl feeds frcclr. resltlvclr free from carbon. OA y 'fim( nnnthflu nf ml. lihl nf Na f!nrh Ahtn fill will tnr- nUh free one S5 cat steel barrel with faucet, fine to use by1 per fiHes, you I of permanent rtorage. Price of oil In lra bU.. O.Jcr (ton BiTrosr nIie. cup tflAS. L. DULLUIL IU. "Enirilin.". .wfil liiiiJ liira cil, tr.mmU.io. oil. ttlih.ftr tsieBit tttwi. The first question an honorable man asks when he sees a girllirt-in- g is whether she is a respectable trill or not. You see 'how it raises doubt at once. This being the! case mo modest girl can afford to indulge in this . pastime among strangers. When the dowuls brushed 'from the peach and the beauty is xo marred that it can .never be restored, n.nd sjf, vigorousfStomnch, perfect work-- , ing Liver nnd regnlnv acting Dowels is gna'ranteeif if you will use Div King's 'ttewlljife Pills.' They insv?e sood Disestiin. correct Constinationand have anil.xcellent tonic effect onj ynur blood the whole sytem-OPur- ify and nil yoiAol nil body poisons through thekicwels. Only 25c. at A Apply Sloan's .Lrcely -- For ,Lmpbago. H Yoar attacks of Lumbago are not nearly so hopeless as the ysccm. You almost instantly by can rclieve-lhea simple application, of. Sloan's Liniment on the hnck nnd lpins. Lumbago is a form of rheumatism, and. yields perfectly to Sloan's which penetrates1 quickly alFin through the m irc. tjjJjli'ii ! sore, tender muscles, limbers up the! hnck and makes it feel fine. Get a bottle of Sloan's Liniment for 25 .cents of any druggist and have it in against colds, ncqvalgin, Ijko nilmcnjsr Your money back if not satisfied, but it ; 'does rriye almost instant relief... the Louse sciatica and, On account of my health I hav econcluded to quit btislness, and have leased my store room to giye possession January 1, 1915, and in order to close out by that date, I am going to dispose of .everything j in my immense stock at NG OUT OF AN Immense Stock si Fuptilturcf Lj ljjjiijj jjiBBMWi o h .iK.i'iiU i V lilt V COST jj"? i 111112.111 -- S -- n I This is an opportunity of a life time to get your?choice of a fine line of Furniture at wonderfully low prices. Many articles below, cost. First ,cpE0, get first choice. Don't let this opportunity .pass, but come now. J EVERYTHING MUST GO BY JANUARY 1st. m MAINJ STREET i T WINCHESTER, KY, y ; " THE r- - ClLA Y C I T Y TIMES Tlie "SHIELD BRAND" PAGE THREE F7 ORIGINAL s-lE- ? f AMEHICAN GENUINE : PERSONALS AI. P. Keitlt wiis in Winchester Wednesday oii b'usincss. J. W. Conlce, of ,'Kiddville, wns the guest of Ins daughter, Mrs. W. C. ' Martin, Sunday". ' .Mrs.Candnce young, of Kmineneoe, is visiting hqr brother, Mr. (leorgc Morris. This was the first time in five years that MrMorris had seen his sitter. She will return to her hnmo Snturday. Mrs. Millard Conlce and her two children, visited Sirs. Conlee's brother. Dr. W. C. Martin, over Sunday. s Miss Florence itildred Morris visited relatives in I?xington this week. R. V. Lnrisonwos in Stanton Mon- The Clothes You Want To Buy At The Price You Want To Pay Smm AT 912.50 Ik n Wonilar Spaclal $IO.OO Numbon Our $15.00 And JWgErf;n i Ml gf lltftjj Sit fa: ffi A -,-- The NewModels In "Shield Brand" Clothes v., AIRE HERE We have never felt so good over the suits and overcoats in our stock as we do regarding our line for fall. The styles, the patterns and the prices are astonishing even to us. All that is correct will be found here this season. , ! . i '31, .. -- - r' wff . - r-- - K" A f i. --v 4 n ii i i m m mi ii I. BULL WEIGHT EUIiEIISENOTl FULL SIZE QF-ROUa ORVlltf.M day. I. W. Mize was in Winchester a couple of days this week wi business. Attorney 'D. 0. JWiNnn, who was visiting 'his sister,. Mrs. K. It. for a few days, left Monday frr Hazard, where he will practice law. Mrs. James 'P. Martin, of Stanton, vUited her sister, Mrs. Dr. W. C. For be it known that the "Shield Brand" line of for this season represents the greatest showing ever produced by the makers of these famous clothes. Don't miss your opportunity. Come in while our line is complete. you select a pleasing pattern. Let us help erican farmer and Now is the time to do your fencing so that when spring comes, Mr Farmer you will not 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. Fence, WIRES; HEAVY MR E WEIGHT; BIG LONG LIFE PERFECT SECURITY. " Grubbs & Benton CoK Main and Broadway. 1 , Martin, last Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. W. M. Johnston left Saturday for Herald, where she will viit her mother for a few days. Mrs. Hurrcll Akers was shopping in Lexi'igton Saturday. A. T. Pettit wns iji Winchester Saturday on business:; T. S. Mclvinney, I?. S. Christopher, 'John Jumbrell, S, .0. linker. 11. h. SliimfesscI, J. II. Eaton, J. M. Kcnnnn ' and Wmi. Katon, r., were among those who attended court in Winchester Monday. Mrs. O. If. Maekie-wn- s shopping in Lexington Monday. T. C. M. Day wns in town Tuesday. GALVANIZING. J. II. Hall and family, of I.cxing- - j ton, and A. T. Whitt and family j were chestnut hunting tiear the Old Furnace Snturday. Judge Luther Loving and K. 11. were down from Jackson over Sunday. ( Pat Henry, of Heidelbuig, is friends in Clnyjcity. S. A. Kaster ant wife, aecompan-ie- d hy their two eh dren, enme down from Chip,.I.i;tc Bunty.-- a few days ago, for a v ;it with relatives Winchester, Ky. here. Mr. Kaster'' vill nKo hcl) the good work along b putting n stamp under (thc Roctster iiii Tncsdny. Romulus Jabksoi, Master TRACYANDSTOKLEY wax Powell county, down front Ktantonj Monday on buM-ncReal Estate and Insurance. and made n pleasant c:tll at No Buy and Sell Farm and City the Times oflice. Pr perty of nil kinds. We have somo nice farms in Clark and adjoinin-- : Subscribe for The Times while it counties for sale or rent. Write us is still 50 cents a year. what you want. DENTIST COMING HERE. VVc write all kinds of Insurance. , Mc-Olo. Am- Fall and Winter Fashions You arc cordially invited to call and sec the Beautiful New Sty les as shown in the New and Handsome Fashion Book of the Victor Ladles Tailoring Company of Chicago The Leading Ladies Tailoring H High-Clas- s n the Country, Made to Measure This company makes a specialty of 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. 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-MADE SUIT or other garment RIGHT HERE AT HOME from the most magnificent collection of styles and materials ever shown, and have the assurance of a perfect fit and highest class workmanship at the lowest prices. shall be pleased to show you the line, as I know you will be greatly interested in the beautiful styles and handsome materials whether I you wish to buy or not. t' M WILL CJ CLAY CITY, KENTUCKy. Agent For Victor Ladies Tailoring Company, Chicago. Prompt Service, Perfect Fit and Satisfaction Guiranteed and Prices Always the Lowest. 11 m" Dr. C. B. Dickson, a prominent mujm dentist of Ashland, Ky. will be at rtiU'll . hidiiiiwipi'li- - in N,n -the Hcd Itiver Hotel from October and take hi- - taniil with lnin. POWELL & JACKSON Those de28th, to November 2d. )n, Siiiittdcn uii- - imtiii I"i siring dental work should leave word Writers of all Kinds of Fire, Life, "f the sudden see him on his ar- of Tornado, Lightning and Hail Insur- at the hotel, or father, Win. Snuwden. Jr.. of T. & ance.. We are also agents for the rival. II. Junction, and he and Mr- -. Sn. Illinois Surety Company and are preWhen in Winchester see tho latest den nie there now to lend ci'iniort pared to do a general Bonding busistricken family while Dm pictures at the Colonial. ness. eaich f..r the lending aid in the POWELL & JACKSON missing man. Sam W. Powell Linville Jackson T Office in Court House. PILOT Winchester Kentucky J. II. Dawson, of- Winchester, was here last" week. (Too Late for Last Week.) Mrs. Moses McKinney is visiting Best dressers can appreciate the quality of yj A large crowd attended chunli nt relatives at Irvine. UMIT SCJIAFXKll ,f- JIAll.V (,hOTHUii Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Patrick, of .Mount Clin pel Sunday and Sinnl.i .le Kiinhrcll, spent Sumlny with Eld. and night, and 17 additions were When in Winchester call and sec II Semi your shoes hy parcel post, .ere: to the church. The niini-lc- rand have- them repaired in fho host Mrs. G. W. Mcintosh S jj way. and with the het material. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Todd, and Pirn, Hro. Ilobb-- , Spencer and Hi Send money with the shoes. I'rjccs: Karl, aro visiting relatives in Win- this place. ) At $10,OOf nnd Mr. John .Mrs. Lou Town-en- d Men's Half Soles, sewed 90c, nail- chester and Chirk county. of Hell Spark- - were married M"dav , ed 65c. Mr. and Mrs. James Vaughn, . Hoys' and Women's Half Soles, sew- Log Lii'k, spent Sunday witlr Mr. and It was the second marriage for each. ifcord it ed 75c. nailed 50c. The Mrs. T. S. MctCinney. '''"P 's Rubber heels, Men, G5c, Women 5Qc 'Squire. and Mrs. Shclt McKinney breaker for this part of the country, j Ky. St. Leather heels, Men, 35; AYonien 25c. spent Sunday wi(h 'Squire nnd Sirs. Horn, to Mr. and M'. H- Ashlev. Parcel post work receives prqmpt at- Chas. Welch' nt Vaughn's Mill. n pretty baby girl. and his lovely wtfo tention. Mr. Siirp-o- n Leavert, the little m, fnim Hii7cl Oreen, are visitors here CHAS. BflLMUT son of Mr. nnd Mrs. James Hurrlsr ran n nail through a foot nnd ls i this week. Winchester, Jy. 3lrs. Demarie Hall spent a day a very bad condition from the wound. WANT TO INCREASE RATES. Mrs. J. J. Tipton, of Irvine, wio witf her mother. Mrs. Wi-- c Monday. Thirty-eigSid" Larison, of Zachaiiah, attendeastern railroads, has been visiting her, daughter, Mrs. over f!),000 miles of road, Moses McKinney for Rcivernl days-- , ed church here Sunday. are petitioning for an increase of five left Saturday for tSnnJou to visit her When you want good Bread and Cakes, baked in a John Sparks, son of W. R. Spatk. of this pince. is expected home slioit-l- y SHOP and made of the best material's, try the per cent, in freight rates, claiming sister, Mrs. J. C. Patrick. SANITARY t'aiit bad biixiucs conditions, us (he Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Runs, nnd" son, from the army. SANITARY BAKERY, of Winchester. result of the depression in trailo Allen, Jr., visited Ir.vfno Saturday Burton I lull nnd Hurt Ashley went BLOOM'S. caused by the Kuropean war, has and spent Snturday night nnd Snn-da- y to Sand Lick on a visit Wedne-dajiiuised a sliriuka.ge of more than Mrs. Sidney Hull ijulTerod some witii Mr. ntul Mrp. Chrts. F. Mas-- 4 17(1,000,000 in their annual net rev ters. pninful injuries when a dish or enues. he wns cooking exploded, causorgtuiizntioius who hut been en- iivereft .Bnrnett, bhi4V throughout the State, and the Inter- gaged in enrpenter work nt Jndinn-- i ed by the lid being fastened too tight state (Commerce Commission, npolis, Ind., for the pnsji fw jnontliR. ly on Hie dtih. (he increase in rates. ..WUinnteKncaie Iwnight a nice, mare has relumed lu'me. :Mr; l?urnett-will!- l j Office, TRACY AND STOKELY. , Main Street, Winchester, Ky. ! v Hlff Yon Need a Tonic 43-2- C High Grade ,Qlotting - There are times in every woman's life when she needs a tonic to help her over the hard places. When that time comes to you, you know what tonic to take Cardui, the woman's tnmc. Cardui is composed of purely vegetable ingredients, which act gently, yet surely, on the weakened womanly organs, and helps build them back to strength and health. It has benefited thousands and thousands of weak, ailing women in its past half century of wonderful success, and it will do the same for you. You can't make a mistake m taking BLOOM FIELD SPECIALS $12.50, $13.50, $15.00 The Woman's Tonic Miss Amelia Wilson, R. F D. No. 4, Alma, Ark., says: "I think Cardui is the greatest medicine on earth, for women. Before I began to take Cardui, I was so weak and nervous, and had such awful dizzy spells and a poor appetite. Now I feel as well and as strong as I ever did, and can eat most anything." Begin taking Cardui today. Sold by all dealers. Lee Bloomfield Co. cbe-tni- 11 North Main Winchester, - Has Helped Thousands. IL'iiej lii'i-k- - sevon-ycnr-o- ld Sanitary Bakery v ht Fresh every day at JAMES y. final Will Kduards last week. Lee Ashley ii.ts returned from .Michigan null ,1little daughter Mamie. Tlie mil u-- it Iriemls and iclulhcs lure r nniiile. . ha- . lit. licit Amljurg) returned from Wtiillcv county, where he Utu been working for some time. 1- LEWIS RUPAUDKy. Sanitary Bakery Winchester, I up-nl- HOPELESS LUNG TROUBLE CURED, It strengthens the Lungs, tiie t nitgh iind g U's relief nt S. Wtlknis, dates, N. fine. Mi. '. ttiites; -Dr. Pell's Pino-Ti- ll liiiu' in a ca-- e given up us luiK'lcss ami it affected a complete euic." CUt a buttle of Dr. Hell's If your uough js diy nnd fcuckiug let it trickle down the thnutt, ytnt will surely get relief. Only i5e. nt your druggist. . 1 1 ? Many recoveries frm Lung tire due to Dr. Uell'ti I'iueTur- Old papers for sale - at TherTimes Office. it Pi it V- i if , 1 T HE i.PAQEFOUR DM? A Y CITY t ' -- A vi. M ES LOCAL" ITEMS Come to Our Store Aiul GOOD BANKING SERVICE let us show you what a nice line' nf goods Our stock of Dry Hoods, Notion", id wp jqarry. Groceries, Hardware, Clothing, Shoes nnd etc. replete with $ is yours for the asking at the CLAY CITY BANK Quite n number1 from here will at tend the spending at Stanton Mon day, when Judge Shackelford, nf Richmond, will nddrcss the voters of Powell county in Ihe interest of the Democratic party. Judgo Shackelford is nn interesting speaker, nnd has attracted large nttdiences nt other places where he. has spoken during i this campaign. ( Quite n number from here attended (he court day soles at 'Winchester .Monday, some tnking stock there, and buy. Cattle were slightsocne going-tly off in price nml very few sales were made. There was n brisk for sorghum, nnd one load from here sold readily at ti5 cents a gallon. The Stove Question Variety, Style and Quality. THIS COMBINED WITH OUR ? ! (JY t) 1: ' r,-,:;- i' mm f T Shareholders Liability n . Low Prices Make it to your interest to give us a good share of Clay City, Ky. $25,000.00 Capital Stock Surplus and Profits. - - $10,000.00 $25,000.00 $60,000.00 Chestnut but verv few were offered were also being asked for, for sale. Does your stove give enough heat? J f your trade. We strive to please our customers be- I cause we know satisfied customers are our best itesets. l. . c .. .. ings deposits. ri Yours to please, The disgraceful disturbances which occurred here Saturday nght and Sunday night only go to show thnt the town needs a marshal or other officer who will 'preserve peace.- Tt is understood that somo of those participating i;i the fight nt the depot will be indicted ht the nest term of circuit court. - WALDRON & JOHNSON, Ky. K i'SJSZVJ! Waltersville, ; Winchester Bank. The bridge gang, under charge of S. M. Stine, which hns been replacing the railroad, bridge above town, OAPITAXj STOCK. 8100.000 3 hns now completed the job, nnd will AND UN leave IFriday for Hazard, where some DIVIDED PHOFITS. 200,000 y more bridge work is to be done. The L. & N. hns beon making extensive improvements in their roadbed nil : along the line,, nnd ninny more nrc j being planned for this division. Of'. WlNClISTEK, Kr. y,? W W M W W W W VJtlf tiik Hardwick S 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 Quality-LoPrices" is our motto. Are sole agents for Queen Quality shoes lor women, 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 1: r to j KeviewareiaS patterns, oee uui mica ui nicu a 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 Four 70c per 9FAh sank or $2 80 ner hundred-eversack guaranteed to satisfy or money refunded up- on return 01 wnar. is leic aicer crying 11. coasper pound. ted coffee c w p N'.IIor.r.v Witiibh hpoox. Puns fc W. y, .3 p ia These cold mornings give one n gentle reminder that wiuter will not Oahiiikk. be long in arriving nnd it is time to lok out 'for your winter supplies. YOUR ACCOUNTS SOL1CITJCD Look over the advertisements' in The ay g.a aa vsl aa g.a i z mm-- j Times-- nnd you will not-jy- o rur wrong, tiS 'only the best merchants use thehc to call i attention to their columns goods. R. Sl'KAH. ;3 , 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 aiid see themvor write us. The.Nettleton The first occined: Moiiduyliiglit. but very little kilKniqst of the season damage was Iamt Itftiiscbuhty ns most of the perishable produce had already been gathered. This is the latest frost for some years, and some claim it is a Knrblnger of a mild win ter. Dr. V; C. Martin 'hiW'grcatly improved the property he .recently pur- Grant Witt 30 N. Main Street, nn iMnu. 1 & Winchester, Ky. Ca M a A - i. n Jao Model! r Is lhe'ffBusiness We want to express our thanks nnd to the friends nnd appreciation chased from JMJL Burgher, and neighbors who visited mother In her which was formerly occupied by The illness, nnd to those who were so kirn". Times plant. The.doetor will use the nnd helpful to us nt her death. building for bis office and pharmacy. S. R. CURTIS AND FAMILY. The oyster supper given by the . Judge W. R. Shackelford, of Rich Ladies' Aid at the Duncom Restnnr-an- t mond, will address the voters 01 Saturday night wns n very sucPowell county at Stanton cn Moncessful affair, the receipts amounting day, Nov. 2, at II o'clock In the to over $2". 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 part of their Expenses in Work, Students may get Rates at the Dormitory as low as $1 50 per Week. Man's Favorite v 12-l-2- p with its t comf orta ble, roomy i fitting qualities, its low; broad heel, and toe , expression of . good sense, f Wo picture "the Jap V Model ia a soft Glazed Blucher, with a heavy single sole of oak - tanned leather. Wo have other models of thoNettleton Make, but recommend the Jap to the busy man for every day wear. Kid ed morning, In the interest of the Democratic Dartv. .Evervbodv. Irrespec Rev. Judge Mann preached to n tive of party Is invited o attend; and large audience Sunday, both mornhear the Democratic principles ex ing neid evening. 44-- lt plained. . W. R. Cassidy is grently improving the appearance, of his mill by a NEW DEPOT TO BE BUILT. For Information Write to coat of paint. Jair.es Bloom nowgets fresh bren: Sanitary Bakery every day from at Winchester. To Mrand Mrs. Frank Born, Baker, of the Ynughn's Mill neighborhood, n pretty baby girl. The Ladies' AyV'will serve lunch nt the Duncan restuarant on election day, Tuesday, NoYeraUer 3- HOW'S .THIS? We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any ease of Catarrh that cannot be p'ured.by. Hall's Catarrh '. Cure. V. J. CIIfcNKYp& CO., Toledo, O., We, tho undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney farthe last l." years, and believe .buijjeifeclly honorable in all businesstransactions ond financially ablq Jociirry out any obligations made by his firm. OF COM- NATIONAL ,OANK 3IKRCK. . Toledo, O. Hull's CaturrlifoCure is taken internally, uetingjffiireetly upon the. Hardwick 6 Company STANTON, KENTUCKY. . JT. DANDEALER JACKSON IN A HUTSELL WINCHESTER, 6 SMITH KENTUCKY Olllcinls of the L. & N. Ily. Co.. have announced Hint n new depot will be erected nt the lower end of Chestnut street at the junction of the lines from Winchester nnd Richmond. The building will be located between the two tracks on ground which hns been bought from Mrs. Kate Williunw Ray. Ornding will begin today on the Plans for new Potts alley rond. tho overhead crossing are being pro- pared in the Louisville office of the L. & N.. This work will bo rushed Irvine Sun. to completion. HIGH PRICE PAID FOR FARM. The fine farm of George Higgin-botha- Rev. J. C. Hanley, President, Stanton, Ky. STRING INSTRUMENTS I carry a good line of string in ; New and Second Hand Furniture UPHOLSTERING AND REPAIRING SPECIALTY "SIGN OF THE SHOE" WINCHESTER, Corner Broadway and Maple St. YOUR FALL COLD NEEDS ATTENTION. to fuss nnd try to wear it out. It will wear you out instead. Take Dr. King's New Discovery, reNo KENTUCKY ue RYE AND TIMQTHY SEED Need any Fence, Gates, Roofing, Cement, Sewer Pipe? Write us. We sell the Owensboro Wagon, the best one made. OUR PRICES ARE ALWAYS RIGHT. Bedford WINCHESTER, & Tuttl KENTUCKY. lief follows quickly. It checks your Cold and Soothes your Cough uway., Pleasant, Antiseptic nnd Healing., jb. Children like it. Get n 50c. bottle--, of Dr. King's New Discovery und keep-i- t in tho house. "Our family Couglu and Cold Doctor" writes Lewis,' Ohio blood and luncous. surfaces of tbe Chamberlain, .Manchester, Eny to Rad Clock. Money back if not satisfied, but it system. Testinoslals seat free On a new clock dial tor quick readSold by ueurly always helps, 'rice 75 centBS?ottle. ing the figures for the minutes are ill DniL'cists. placed In a circle outilde the bout Subscribe for The Times while If, Take Hall's iiCSlyiPilU for con figure and are largsr. Is still 50 cents a year. stipation. fr about three miles-- from Lexington on the Newtown pike, wuft offered for sale at nucjion today nnd witlvdrnAvn when the ljiditing stripped nt $342.50 ner acre, iff ho farm is of 144 acres nnd is imffoyed by n fine house and farm buildings. A nlo of live stock nnd farm utensils look place nt tho farm also, and good prices nre reported to have been pnM. A very largo crowd was in attendance. Jobn. W. Haiti wns auctioneer. Lexington Lender. struments, Violins, Banjos, Guitars, ( Accordeonsetc. Also a complete,, ;line,. of supplies such as Strings, Violin bows, and other necessary equipement. s Mail Orders Given Prompt Attention , I j Harris Friedman GENERAL MERCHANDISE, CLOTHING, SHOES, ETC. . L ! WINCHESTER, KENTUCKY