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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): November 5, 1914 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1914 cla1914110501_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.): November 5, 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. r I Cu'iliihed every thuridXy. M. P. O'MARA, Owner and Publisher' Volume xix; number-- . THE CLAY TTY TIMES. I CLAVr CITY, a Man KEtiTO) THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1914. CHILD DIES AT VIRDEN. moved to Knowlton last March and has been confined to his .)ed all t lie time died on Saturday Out. 11. llo s Icnvcs n" wife and two small .A little grandchild cnmo to sec Mr. Olm'rley Rico lnut week- - She, ar- who mourn liis loss; Aiming thj brothers nt a recent moclirg rived At tlio home of Mr. nnd Mrs. was Bro. Miller and Henry Town-senCharley (Rogers. Bro. Rile Coomer, of Oulolut", 'Mr, KobVrt Martin arrived home and Bro.-- Nick Merrill, of Saturday from a two weeks visit with Ky., and Bro. T. d. WaUnn, of Mr Joo Willotigliby, of Fil ion. Wc hud a god lreoting "Mr. Jolu Jackson re.muus nlout Knowlton. and the Word. was preached to the tlio sume. His son Charley is still lorgnii'Lnne, a boy of aboht staying with him during his sickness. letter; Mr. J. . Hnrdwiek, of Winchester, 15 years of age and a son of Morgan v.as Iii'ro election day ns also P. Lnne and Sally Lane, died near b'-yd, .1.;ficr.-:n-vill- Game Laws For State Of Kentucky Read These Over and Avoid Blelng Mm PRECINCTS?! OF VOTES BY PRECINCTS of CONGRESSIONAL. Benjamin, the Mr. three-year-o- ld and Mrs. C. J. son Swope, died Hall SENATORIAL. ; Caught by a Game Warden ? r. and Fined For Ignorance. I ..... ......US 5 fI 1 3 s:i 12:t ?. r rr J J; . Inst Wcdni'sday after a short illness. The funeral took place Thursday Considerable Damage Is Done by evening at tlio West Bend church. Young Men Saturday Night. TO LEXINGTON HOSPITAL. vns i Mr. John llnrdwick, of Mt. Sterling. Mr. Has Houston, porter lit Wy-n- tt Hotel, in Whitcsburg, is tikirg a little vacation. Has is quite taken up with Whitesbiirg and think it is tptito a business place. Rev. L. iP. Mnrtin prcHiud a' L. & E. ,1i'."rt!on last Sunday. Rev. R. S. Raker, of Paristown, Ky., will preach at tb.3 Chtistian churoh next Sunday. The writer spent several days in Morgan county lookingaftcr his Sunday school work. Mrs. M. A. Philips J? spending the month is!ting her many friends and relatives in Montgomery an! Minifec count!"?. The iarny-rliave ii quite buy making sorgum ihe last few Jjyn. It is very fine this year, timr? having been aa ideal season for it. Jnjk Frost arrived and mado himself I;nown several day? List wcik. He bnught'with him Indian Summer weather of which we all avi npprcci-nitve. Election day passed off very quiet- ly, there not being a sign of drinking or as far as we hava learned any vote baying. Hallowe'en came last .Saturday night and the boys had their usual fun. Their evidence is lo bp shown. Whooping Cough. They hnve eight 4n various places. more that are sick with it. The ladies of Stanton have organMr. Nelson Blunt has finished bis ized a Woman's Christian Tempcr- - jontroet on 'the .n'otise he built, n Thompson's Station in Clark county on Oct. 22, and was laid to rest at Lane cenietary near Rosslyn. The deceased was a grandson of James II. Lane and u? V. yU. Howell and wife and a nephew of Mrs. T. 0. Cole, Mrs. Vcrlin Snowden, Mrs. A. J. Mnrtin nnd 'he lenves a host of relatives in .Powell county nnd some of them are in the seventies nnd eighties nnd wo regret that wc failed to get a card in time to attend the funeral. Born, on tho 18, of Oi't. to Mr. Willie nnd Lillie Pelfrcy, a on. On Oct. 24. born to Mr. H. K. Roger!-nnRuth Rogers, n girl. Bro. Jaire-- i Kirk filled bis appointment' on Saturday night nnd Sundny at 11 a. m. nnd Siindny 'night. 3Ir. II. T. Derickon Sheriff, nnd his deputy, G. M. was here this week to let tho boys know that they had not left the county nnd left warning to soran op t'hem that they would be back agaii'. Mrs. Kato Bohanan, School Supt. visited the Jit. Cnonnn school re cently. Thadeus Cole wns a recent,! n visitor to Stanton on bnsinescs. to Preston Johnson Proffit sold one cow for $33. Mr. Paul IItwvII is in very bad health. (Contributed) Mr. nnd Mrs. Chris Aimer, of Hat-to- n Creek, had the misfortune to lose one of their children this week from d Al-gi- son ns president. Tiny sent her (o working on the house being bililt in the State W. C. T. U. Convention as the Patrick addition. a delegate to Winchester. The W. C. As this letter is written the news T. U. is one of the greatest org.ini-.zalio- came that Beckham. Camden and in the world today and doing Cantrill carried the town of Stanton more to put the liquor traffic out of and all the trustees were elected as the country than any other organi- well as Judge M. A. U'hillips as Pozation. lice Judge of the town. Mr. and Mrs. Jones have moved into the Jiouse with Mr. T. B. Anderson TEST. SATISFACTORY A and will occupy the lower part of the house. (dvcrizer Tihe new limes'tolue Mr. John Will Morton suffered a for the purpose of preparing limevery severe cut on the hand and other stone for agricultural use and which injuries when he was run into by n was bought by a company of Fleming county farmers, was put to a satisbicycle ridden by one of Judge boys. The town ordinance factory tost Wednesday afternoon strictly forbids any one riding on the at the farm of Burns Bros., nt Johnside walks with a bicycle and the-- - son, quite a number of fanners being The first snow of tho season was is n penalty of $3 for each offense. present. It seems to do the work all reported last Wednesday froio Lettons an hour, cher county, nnd, although the fall Mr. Walter Harris has moved his 'right, crushing i family into the house of Mr. James fine enougli for the agricultural pur was not heavy, it remained on tho Ewen across from the Christian poses. Fleming Democrat. ground for scveial hours. Pulverized Limestone is acknowlchurch. Mr. Dave Lucas of who'll we spoke last week bought the prop- edged to be one of the best ferti' erty occupied by Mr. Burris nnd will lizers known, and is 1eing largely Some tvsed 'throughout Kentucky. toovo here in t lie near future. has already been used in "Powell, and Bro. Henry Townsend, of Rn.lVnl, Lee county, filled bis appointment on many farmers aro waiting to see how Saturday night at lit. Cant'im and on Jit will turn out before trying it more Beckham Suffers Some Irfss From Sunday he and Bro. T. fl. Watson extensively. "Wets," But Carries State tprenehed at Hatton Civil; school LOTS OF SORGUM. bouse nnd attended to tlio nrdei oC ,By Big Majority. bnptism and veturaed to Mt. Coana The enne crop in this county was Two United States Senators and Sunday night nnd preach.! to a and farmers liejirers. Mr. Fred one of the best in years, Ihoirse-tful- l nine Congressmen were elected by of aro busy now making the luscious Democrats, of the State Tuesday acWare, traveling salesman from Stuii-to- it sorgum. Good authorities say that cording to the. returns already in. called on our town merchant. there is more cane grown in (Powell F,orinar Governor J. C. W. Beckham Mr. Press Johnson and sold Hm a county than iiuAiny other county in Judge fl. M. Deiie. nnd Johnson M. Camden both re bill of groceries. the Union, nnd one thing is certain ceived majorities nf about :IO,(IOO, and son, Deputy Sheriff was among tho tfiat it is better than the nverage. the Kcpublicaus had no chance boys last week. He did a clean-u- p There has lieen a brisk demand here hero, visiting noarly every house in for. some time for sorgum, and almost there. The Progressives and Social Mr. Lemming ists were snowed under, and nmdo a tho neighborhood. every day several shipments nre showing everywhere. Howell is nil smiles. Its i new cook handled bv the express company, n very ioor Mt. grent deal of it going to Lexington. OantriU's majority in the race for nnd its nnnvs is llola Howell. Congress against Dristovv, is in the Morgan Pclfry nnd his wif.?, flora, Louisville and Cincinnati. neighborhood of 10,000. here from Oakdilo visiting nre Cntvlaoy VISIT. In Ohio and California, where a friends and relatives. IFR0H RETURN proRoso mid Food Foster onl Thadeus Mr. Jind Mrs. It. W. Garrett re vote was taken on State-wid- e ,Cole are three of the boys who arc turned Friday from the home of their hibition, the "wets" won out. always nt ihese places, at cluircti daughter, Mrs. Leonie Coulee, near IRVINE. FOR GAS vijji song books and ready lo snig Richmond, where they had been for and help the preachers all tlwy inn. a few days. A handsome baby girl ' Mr; George B. Williams, of WinBe careful lioys'nnd don't lot the was recently born to Mrs. Conlee, glfls get abend of you in MitfitiR. and for so;ne day afterwards she chester, has secured the franchise to Mrs. (Jelu Comers son and wife come was seriously ill, at one time linviug supply the town of Irvine with natdown to visit her from Hivntnut the nttention of two physicians nnd ural gas, and will at once commence county,, We will have prayer meet a trained nurse. Wo nre happy to work on the project. The gas will ing-oSnturdny night Nov. 7. All say that she is now recovering nicely, 1m) supplied from the Cow 'Creek come out. Mr, Clinton Comer who nnd the baby is doing floe. ns Der-ickso1- felirergimrymie "mfafifl will open Tho hunting season shortly, nnd many arc unacquainted with tho gnmo laws. It is therefore Clay City KI3 well to glance over them and be sure 14(1 .Stniiton you are complying with the law, ns &-- , (lame Wardens nre liable to Die on Virden, 70 time. In August over North Fork . . . hand nt any .. twenty men in Clnrk county were South Fork 2il :i caught and fined $30 ench for (viola- Rogers Chapel tions of the lnw. Clip this Wit out Slade :ui f and keep handy. 1 lardwick's 371' Creeks Lawful To Shoot. Quail and Pheasants November '': Totals 13 to January 1. 0(i. .Majority Rabbits and Gray Squirrel Nov.Majority 'or. (7inidcii 83. ember 13 to September lo. Majority for 'fiu trill HO. Black and Fox Squirrel June 13 to September 13; November 13 to February 1. Cotijnty Doves August 1 to February 1. Not affected by Federal law. WoodCOCk-June 20 to February 1. Wild Turkey September 1 to 'FebAll Three Democratic Candidates Get ruary 1. Wild Goose or Wild Duck AugSubstantial LcaiLOver Repub-lican- s. ust 13 to April 1. Federal law, October 1 to January 10. It is unlawful .to buy or sell "Quail, Flection day pajsyl off very quietPheasants or Wild Turkey. throughout the counbirds, ly in town and Unlawful to kill inseclive Mich ns thrush, bull bats, meadow ty there being no excitement of any yoodpeckor, red or kind nnd vciy little .interest apparlarks', martins-bluebird, catbird, etc. You may kill ent. Many did nijP lirn'.oilt to ole Knglish sparrows, hnwks, crows and at nil. and this ItsSjiled the Democratic majority somewhat. Progresgreat horned owls. U. S. Federal Law For Protection Of sives made a very? poor showing, there being only uXfolit four otes Migratory Birds. n cast for them in thejlguntv. Wild Ducks and Geese Open in Kentucky is from October 1 to January l(i,thu.H prncticnlly cancelling our State law, and does nwny with spring shooting. SnlDe Open season is between I i i'l i September jUnd'Dec er fenoid S,ftrl na t hero citiom nnv. Miipe in lven- -i rivoutcM practically nt that time, it tuckv When Season Opel Urn Nov. 13. does away with snipe shooting en tirely. Farmers tlirouglioif; the county reIt is unlawful at any time to shoot port that there is l very plentiful migratory birds b;twccu sunset ami supply of birds thisfyear, and that sunrise. there will bo good .sp(rt for the hunters when the season'opeii" on the 13. GOOD PROGRESS. Owing to the very cy weather at the time the birds wi"A hatching the The new falsework for the central had a chance lo mature hcttcr than Red River bridge at Vspan of the and the usual, find a smaller 'number perished ienna lias heen completed than in other years. Hunters m-iron work is now being swung into now cleaning up guns ami making position. The Hist temporary train great preparations for the opeiiimr is expected to pass over the bridge of !he season, and 'tliWo is a proba early in December. bility of a large number of outside niinrods coining to this county for FIRST SNOW OF THE SEASON. their spurt. I I j RI4 82 12!l I 1:14 :! i:i(i '' 711 j ' 32 47 j M ''. 71 122 43 32 4!) Mrs. Wni.Kcarns wns taken to a Lexington hospital last week, where lin will receive treatment for typhoid fever, from which she is suffering. Latest re pouts aro that she is iir.pro ing nicely. MOUNTAIN EDITORS A 31 47 22 iitl . . j 20 FTZ j 10 TO MEET. W 37 322 22 iilTj 4:17 iliTj X iio !ii iiil 140 37 320 440 i Powell 1 Good Sorghum Made being put on fool the Old Mountain Press Association, which was organized some years ago, but which fell through later. The editors of the moui'taiiis are now eager fur it. and tlicre is no question but that it would be of great benefit to the fraternity. It is to be hoped that the date of the first meeting will be soon announced. movement is In Has Good Majority In Powell County Splendid Crops of Cane Good RAILROAD IMPROVEMENTS FOR ESTILL COUNTY. This year, For and Demand is Choice Molasses. , - sen-so- Bird's Are plentiful In Powells County -- lunf This season lias been one of the te years tor cane, ami the farmer of this county aro now icapiny; tiic benefits of their labor with this crop. Several lots of have been brouuht into the town, and there is a ready sale for it. and in addition to the local demand several large orders have been received from Lexinuton, Winchester and other cities by farmers who make a practice of shipping their lofs. snririim in live and Several loads have been taken from here to Winchester, and in every case the demand exceeded Hie supply best in tiic 1 mo-las- The Kstill Tribune aiiiiouii"Cs thai L. & X. is planning to erect an elegant building near the new shop-an- d round hou-- c, to be ued as offices by the various departments conneet- ed with the operation of Ihe road there. It is alo stated that a large t'reo-'ofiniplnnt twill be installed there for the purpose of treating the material used by the company on their line. The location of the lat- 'ter plant has not yet been settled. the Hallowe'en was celebrated by a largo number of Clay City young people Snturdny night, and considerable damage was done to property. The fence around the Christina Church was torn down, nnd several pieces of sidewalk were overturned The in various parts of the town. footbridge opposito the Bank was alThese were about so demolished. tho only serious pranks plnyed by those who indulged in the occasion, although numerous other instances were recorded of where the marauders went to considerable trouble to etc., remove the wagon, buggies, that were I n't out, at different places. Jinunie Bloom had a couple of hours' work Sundny morning clearing about a cord of Mr. Cnssidy's wood away from his doorway, nnd the Company store wns also favored with n nice pile of fuel, piled carefully in the doorway. These pranks were all accepted in the spirit in which they were played, but the malicious destruction of property, such as tearing down tho fence around the chnrch nnd breaking into barn. was condemned by all the pcaceloving ityizejno, and will If the offenders not be tolerated. are caught they will be made to pay the penally. LATE MARKETS LIVE STOCK. Nov. 3. Receipts live stock at tho BOURBON FARM SOLD. CINCINNATI Cincinnati. O.. L. Soper. of Paris, purchased the II. T. Hopkins farm on the Lit and shipments of tle Ilnck pike, in Hotirhou county, the Cincinnati Union were: price paid being $7(i per acre. The with tenant Itpee.ints farm was improved J. Stockyards Cattle.IIogs.Sheep. Wcd-nesd- 22. 3412' 193 WieTu excellent product Vfie'ptopVe l'lier'efiiToT'lnsTet tiu? 01? Powell county. buildings. ARRESTED ON , FINED AT STANTON. 1 rank Baker, who was arrested for a breach of the peace a few days ago. was ried at Stanton Monday, ami Judge Knox fined him '2i nnd Juincs Bradley, who wok under bond for his appearance at Stanton for n breach of Ihe pence, left tho county nnd forfeited his bond. i Democrats Win All Over State cot. ! .0.30(V7 7.23. common to fair Kitiinet Harris, of Bath county. choice 3.30(fi (1.23. heifer.--, extra $i.83(aT, who was tried and nemtitted last good to choice f(i.23(rfi.73, common week on a charge of killing Knock I'ergrain on July 1 last, was im- to fair $4.30(i 0, cows, extra $3.73 comBuUness Men of Clay City May Orat the con- Hi. good to choice f3.233.03, mediately mon to fair .f!0j3, ea liners .H4.23. clusion of the trial and tnken to ganize in an Effort to Bring Bl'LLS Steady and slow. BoBath county, where he had been inNew Business Here. lognas .3.73(7i(i.l3. extra .(l.23, fat dicted for the killing of Knock bulls Hl(;?(i.30. Both men brother, Brjan. MILCH COWS N'o snles. Several of the bu-- ii ess men of were shot at Ihe same time, but CALVKS Oood strong to 23e I'b y City have been talking of or- Knoch was token to n Lexington hosganizing a Commercial Club with the pital, where he died later. Bryan higher, common slow and weak, exobject of attracting new cnterpri-c- s was instantly killed, and Marshall tra $10. fair to good ,7(r0.73, comto the low ii. nnd such a cour-- e i5 to I'ergrain. father of the bos, was mon and large .4.30(JTO.."0. llOC.S-IPacand butchers 10c Clay City i badly wounded, but was taken to a lie highly commended. . not having, r.hioners one o'.' the best uiol limn ia the Lexington hospittil where he recover- i -i State, ami if more people were ac- ed. (hogs few -- ales lo local packers. 13c .4' quainted with its many advantages lo 23e lower. Selected 'heavy there would undoubtedly b an good to choice packer and (if 7.30. in the population, and a live butchers .7.43(o 7.30, mixed packCommercial Club to seek for sumo ers .7.23((7 7. 13, stags $4.30(o.40, ii and taclorics .hould meel common to choice heavy fat sows with the approval of every citizen. .73(o"7. light shipper .(1.30((?fi.83, A meeting of the business men will i? .fl.30G. (110 lbs and le-prnhubU be called in a hurt tunc. Buried WednesG. Crabtree WILL BE HIGH. laud the matter taken up in earnest. TURKEYS 1 Per-grjiiu- 's kers Imi-crli'-'ht du-tri- es Commercial Club To Be Organized CATTLK Very slow, g.U light butchers about steady, other grades S:iippers(i.23(f?7.23, butcher SECOND CHARGE. weak. leer. extra f 7.23(ri 7.30. good to Child Dies Of Whooping Cough -) ; Try The Times FOR YOUR 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. indication that There is every splendid crop of turkthere will he a the Ktla Kthcl. eys this year in Powell and adjoindaughter "f Mr. and Mr. II. G.Crab-tie- ing counties, and farmers are aldied Moudov night after a short ready figuring on what the Thanks-..ivin- '" iliac" with whooping cough. About iirice will be. So far but few a week ago the little child was so- - j inquiries have been made bere, and erel burned as the retilt of an ac the price offered, thirteen cents on cident, and this was said to hae ng- - foot, did not tempt the owners into xavated the disease. selling as there is a probability of The funeral took place Wednesday them going lo fifteen cents before miit'iiio". sec icc bcni held bv Rev. long. If havers have lo pay fifteen will L. I'. Mann, ami interment in the cents for them, many a family 111,1 ll.Li.i I,,,, vi- n- ..roiowl. on the have to substitute something less ex- ' board on for the Crabtree larin. Tho parents have pensive on foot the sincere sympathy of their ninny Thanksgiving as Unit price they will be at least 22, friends in the community in their means that and probably 23 cents, in the city loss. markets. e. fe-ti- ve day Morning. CORN WILL BE HIGH. pro-pee- ls WILDCAT A KILLED IN The Clay City Times According to present corn will be high this year. Very little has changed hands yet in this county, but what bus been sold has to .1.23 a barrel, brought from which is higher than the usual price nt this season. Tho crop throughout Powell county was excellent, nnd if the price goes to $3.2.3 and l, as predicted by some, it will mean a good thing lo fiuwrs in the comity. WOODFORD. large wildcat was killed lust ' week in Woodford county after nllnight cluise by two men and aa a pack of eight dogs. The dogs were in sevcrnl skirmishes with the. cat, nnd the latter whipped six of them before it was killed. It is supposed that the cat came down from tha mountains on a raft or bruib. pilq during the recent bigs wpter,- t!, - IP t;heivcl ay ES npe thnothy or city times cocr meadow in this 'S Hiram Brown and Jus Brewer Auin I'olell and othcrn were For the couveitieuf'e of our subcounty abou l'nlv. in scriber wo J;ue m'j linked tlio club tins week, several lu rules witli Hie following papers. Tliee niuy be withdrawn at any time. Win. Means and wife went from CluU number one: I here Sunday afternoon to visit thqir OWh. PUBLISHER. The Clay City Time, The -TP- near Spoilt mi Ctt eland, living Enquirer (weekly) $1.00. Entorcd as second-clns- s mail mnt-- B Spring, whose little child is reportnumber two : icr at tho Tost Ofllce at Clay City, ed sick. The Clay City Times, The Ohio i. Ky., under tho Act of Congress o Farmer (weekly), Today's .Magazine Mnrch 3, 1879. Everybody hrt here Tuesday, go(monthly) .Mci-nlMngnzinvfinmith- ing int to ote. It was interesting SUBSCRIPTION BATE $1.00 per iy.) to see tiow they scattered: W. C. Cate year in advance. Those four for .fl.2o. ron to I'omcriiytnn; F. S. Brown to Club rv.rc!:rr three: Tho Cloy ity Time, The Weekly Campion; Charley I.ittlo to Rogers; THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1914. Aus. Knquirer, Fwrm and Fireside, (semi- Tom Brown to the Caliabo-c- ; monthly,) Household Journal nntf N'oliinil to Mariba; Tain 'llrisco to The wilful destruction of property Spurloek to Walnut Bowen: which oocurcd Snturday night under Moral Life (monthly,) Today's Mag- drove, and some to Dundee. There's azine (monthly,) Boys' Magazine the cloak of Halloween, was a dis- not another town in the country that (monthly.) grace to thd city, and all the better can vote like we can. These six for $1.25. citizens deplore tho act9 of vandalWo can also give you clubbing ism committed by a few rowdies The BroMdlicad-Oarre- lt Company rates on any paper that ,vu may who modo tho roundg after all rey want, no matter where it Is published. bought out flic Dana Lumber spectable peoplo were in bed, and some timo ago and the deal hah i. urohnlilv. for-ilm first 4im in mntWl.c. ut a hit of new life in the business. BANK MAKES PAYMENT, worked for a few hours, although people icre. The Brondhcad-Oarrehe Oity National Bank ould not hcir main object in such work was i X use beech, birch, 1o cause others to be put to more os- - j 'lns forwarded to Cleveland the ink and some other woods because pense, in repairing tho dnmago 'done ' money for the first payment on Miey miulit sink in transportation to Tho tearing down of the their subscription to the capital ,. by them. the booms ut Clay City, but now that fence around the Christian church stock allotted tliem in tho new they have the Dana railway they can 8 was an act of vandalism for which Federal Keserve Hank of Clove take up such woods to Xada and nun jju vjuusc.; iis w s i e . land, Ohio. Ihis bnnk came into work them up on a new mill they are ., ,. . nuuuuji ui MJiitii miner ienees m existence under the recent Fed- now building on the ashes of the old town. There was not the slightest eral law, and the stock is subsc- one, recently burned. As a result. ' (occasion for this kind of "nmuse-- f they are going back over the old cut ment," and we hopo that tho step ribed by National banks throughlings gathering in the .hardwoods for out this district. i now being taken to fasten the guilt tfio new The entire force r uponparties will bc suc- -' ' is now on the Powell side of the river, SOME FINE OOKN. cessful, and that they will be made mi Gray's Branch, Workmen, teams, to pay for their fun. J. W. Meadows J CLUB RATES. f orr CLOSING OUT SALE OF AN: TOOK Of F Ja. On account of my health I have concluded to quit business, and have leased my store room to give possession January 1, 1915, and in order to close out by that date, I am going to dispose of everything in my immense stock at Coni-onn- T FOR CASH 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 come get first choice. Don't let this opportunity pass, but come now. 4? tt ehe-tnt- it, , Everything Must 60 By Janu ary, 1st 1914 ' mill-to-b- ef Bladen i when the timo comes, shoot every t)ira in tho State. Ho has a No. 1 .Lird-doso those who love birds g, brought into The Times odice Wednesday two boarding house and everything; and the place hns taken on its e HE MUST BE "SOME" HUNTER. ears of corn that he challenges hustle and .hustle. When through auv farmer in tho iiiintv to liont. I Last week Oarrcn Nickel swapped One ear is twelve inches long and here, they will pass to the other side- leveling the woods as they go. p'feuns with John Hose, of Ezel, Cur- - hns twenty-fou- r rows on it. Who paying $10 to boot. He will las ally better? ,ien Subscribe for The Times while It ,t old-tim- LUVIArV N. MAIN ST. ii ?.M.ifcJVinchester 8:00JbM. 7 :00 AM. CIO A.M. 5:33 A.M. 4:45 A.M. 4:31 A.M. No. 0. Daily. 3 :23 P.M. j Clay City 4:12 P.M. Camp. June. 5:00)P.M. Maloney Jnckson 0:00 P.M. Quicksand 0:13 P.M, No. 5. Daily. (i :30 A.M.! Is HOW'S THIS? still 50 cents a year. Irnon 1, nny's (Fork If" l - eor. DENTIST COMING HERE. We offer One Hundred Dollars Be f wtml for an' cat,e of Cntnrrk that Hazel Green Herald. Dr. C. B. Dickson, "a prominent cannot e caretl uy liu - ' atai flpntief. nf Aclilnn.l V :n 1- .- Ejl J"1 , WINCHESTER, KY. i: i : : ? IfiiWy,; IK J. t..r(nUi.J. postofliee. at Sams, this fconmty, has Ibcn klisetiatinued. . Hood Wise who had been postmaster for o number of years, refused to when the office wns mnde a money order office clniaiing ho wns unqualified to manage same. The served a great many people twho will bo inconvenienced by the, onler of discontinuance. Estill Tri-- . Tlio 1; CHENEY & CO., In do, O.; We, tho undcrsigued, hnvo known J.. Cheney for the 15 years, and believe him poiK"cctly honorable "i nil business transactions and naneially able to carry oat any ob- ligations made by his firm. NATIONAL OF BANK MKKCE. Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Tmretrrnrrerrrrereryrfmn -- oiui, ht 10 xNovemuer va. Tlioso desiring dentnl work should leave word, RAILROjp TIME TABLE at the hotel, or see him on his ari rival. , 43ct Lexington & Eastern Railway Com- - TRY THIS FOR YOUR COUGH. mnii Fustbound. No. 1. Daily. 7 :03 A.M. 7:53 A.M.) We are Showing a Complete Line of Westbound. No. 4. Daily. COM-J.olH- torniilly, acting ilirectly upon the 8:15 A.M. blood and mucous i surfaces of the 8:45 A.M. system. Testimonials sent free CAUGHT WITH THE GOODS. I 9:27 A.M.' ''rice 7 cents per bottle. Sold by 10:1SA.M.! Last Friday a stranger who said nil Druggists. 11 0 A.M. lie was a traveling salesman up- Tako Hall's Family Pills for con- 12:02 P.M. Hnddtx proached Hood Arthur on the street stipation. 1:58 P.M. Hazard and askod him if there was any 4:04 P.M. Whitesburg CARD OF THANKS. whisky to bo had in town mid if ho 5:00 P.M. McRoberts" could put him wise. Arthur, it seems not only put him wise but secured a .Mr. and Mr. II. G. Crabtree de- No. 3. lottlo of whisky, wherc-upo- n Mr. siro to thank their many friends and helps. Daily. Drummer switched to a "Iteveauer" neighbors for their and sympathy 1:45P.M. Lexington nnd promptly took lain before the on the occasion of the death' of their Old papers for sale at The Times Federal authorities at Hiehmond b,,by, Etta Ethel. Office. where ho executed bond and was released. Estill Tribune. ' j i Thousands of jicoplo keep coupling because unable to get the right remedy. Coughs are caused by of Throat and Bronchi Tubes. What you need is to ?oot!fe this Inllamation. Take Dr. King's New Difcovory, 5t Jjienletratos the delicate imioou lining, raises'the l'hlegm nnd quickly relieve the congested membranes. Get a ."() hottle from your druggist. "Dr. King's New Discovery quickly and completely stopped my cough" writes J. If. Watts, iFloydale, Texas. Money back if not satisfied, but it nearly always P.M. 0:47 A.M. P.M. S :48 A.M. L.&E. June. P.M. 10:13 A.M. P.M. 11:30 A.M. Clay City Camp, Jnnct. 12:22 P.M. Maloney 11:10 A.M. Jacksftu 10:20 A. M. Lexington Winchester Jackson Hnddix 2:30 1:45 1:30 1:00 Hazard Whitesburg l :27 P.M. McRoberts' l2 :45PM. J. II. SHYROCK, C. C. to Q. P. A. 5:15 P.M. 5:45P.M. 3:20 P.M. i CLOTHING, i Spring Goods, Slippers; Etc. I 9;48A.M. 7:48J.M. 547 A.M. 5:00 A.M. No. 2 Daily. 8.50 A.M. Explosion of Oil Lamps. Oil lamps do explode sometimes, but very seldom. If the oil becomes heated In any wny It may explode. Also If tho wick Is too small for tho burner, tho flame may .penetrate down Into tho oil reservoir and Ignite tlio oil vapor and air and cause an Call and see our Line and get our Prices. VVc OVER ee YEARS- - HEMP DRIVEN OUT. EXPERIENCE i Tho hemp crop in Central Kentucky has nlmost becomo n thing o the past, tobacco having becomo tho prwlominatiag crop on laud which wns formerly used for hemp culture. Boylo county formerly produced a crop embracing mi acreage of five tiues what it is this year. There nre not over 300 acres of hemp in the county, while there are 1,200 ncros of tobacco. IFiinners And tobacco an easier crop to handle nnd Horse Power Not Utilized. that a minimum of from Ave .to seven million horsepower could be developed In the Appalachian mountains In tho South. RIDER AGENTS T,?!WN Vlv hhlti It la said f.S ACH Icttorldooml nxhttilt Will n samub LtiUsst Model can fit you in Complete Style at Low Cost. y'"eTRliQUiaEDuntll5:ourt'c'lvcanilauiimviiviiiiri.i,.vM .' to nitvor.e onywht-rIn tlrnX". H. vllliunt a cent tteiH.Mlu Designs Copyrights 4 c qnlcklr uverlalu a ir opmliiii free wlietlirr an IlironOon U rohablr fmleutahU OtniDiunim. HANDBOOK lUiiMMrlcllrcoiniiitiiiliil. onl'ieuU aunt froe. OldMt aiiencr fur aecurlnif patenta. I'nteun takau tliruuih Aluiui A Cu. receive iprcUlnolici, without charge, lot bo Trade Marks mm Send your shoes by parcel post, and have theiu repaired in (lie best way. and with the best material. Send money with the shoes. Prices: Men's Half Soles, gewed 90c, nailed 65c. Hoys' and Women's Half Soles, sewed 75c. nailed 50c. x Itnblier heels, Men, 65c, Women 50c. Leather heels, Men, 35; Women 25c. -- aatlsilU-or do not wNu to kwn tlw Ulo U back to us a ourexounai and trmi will nut lie out nnectnt. l!,ful?h t,l, bllet crada bicycles It Is FACTORY PMGr' actual factory coat You savo lio ufa middlemen's prbflbiby buy- ....l.Tu,,l.u,'fcun:l aKiiarunw'uut'uinuyour wi 7 If you an, then not iwrfcctly SH.IMFESSEL'S J A RAININU SCHOOL POR TEACHERS Tour Milpodlnji to Elcmcntarv, Intermediate mid I.lfo (Stuto Itcrtillcatc. "tola In all l'ubllo Schools of Special Courses nod Heview Courses. Tuition Vice to Ajiitolntces. Two splekidid dormitories, new niodtl school, new inauiinl truiulng building, practice pchoul, dopartment of agriculture, o well eoulppeU Unniestlo Bclence. (ryniiuiKinni. First Term begins cotctiibcr 7. Becouil Term November in Tlilr.l T.m Januarv83, Fourth Term April 5, Summer School opens Julio 11, Cutaloguo Free, j, , chabbB, fmMenl. Ken-iiirk- I Sclcnlific Jimcilcnih ciilutlou of any aclentltln Juurnul. rauri four iuoiitbt.il. Hula tijall A WW Tkt rvnuta vu.uj, faelorv price and ranarhable ajxctul offert, YOU WILL BE ASTONISHED wtiirtaannfmta. thatpofTAIIi low print wa can make you UiU yaar. Wo mu llublalmt and blcjclM for Im munM otlipfo.tory. aw. factory cwt. B tUan any DSAtERS. yoii Wa .ilouruioyciuiaJrjour cycLa tu handiomel llluntrata wreklr. Ijirieat fir. but timlalr hara VuroUr oa Hand ukaain . MUNN&Co.38'8aiauca umce. 63 Y tl a liwdealer. fl'eruia, 7til TnTlVSSSSS: "'" more profitable. Exchange. -'. New York BU Waiblomou. U C 8 GOOD YIELDS FROM ALFALFA. DCN'T DELAY TREATING, YOUR COUGH. IU rldln. a no Htdgethorn Tttatl wte of Hmi PuRclure-Pros- f $ JIM I l . RICHMOND, KY. (Lanoaster Record.) Growing alfalfa in this locality i no longer an experiment. Every farmer within a radius of ten miles of Lancaster could have oa his' farm in two years n few acres of this most profitable forag crop. Thno who Mretfl bo progressive as to undertake nli'ulfa.iu the experimental stage and uuule i n Kucr'ess report they have Mtowod their fields four times this grogs average of about year ;willi nix ie6 per acre, or about one nnd uaeifartk'.tuHB.4per acre for each Thus is better hay than Biawwff. f itker ,iioiby or rJoer, nnd each cutting is equal in yield to the uver- - Parcel post work receives prompt tention. CHAS. DALMUT Winchester, Ky. at- r often becimier, seri-oLungs got 1'ongiv.ted, llronciul Tube, fill with iiiucoiis. Your vital ity is reduced. You need Dr. Hell's Pine-fu- r Honey. It soothes your irritated air pasMtpe, .loosens muc ous nnd make your system rexlst Colds. (live tho llaby and Children Dr. IJellV PinetTar Iluney. It's guaranteed to help ihem. Only 2fic. u, A hlhilit cough at your druggist. Chiropodists In Cermsn Army. Every German regiment has a chi- DESOniPTUXMIe Madoliiullklu. It vary durable and lined liulde o aiavlal uuallty of rublifr. wlilcli novt-- rwlih IMirOUB anil whlrli cIimis iim umnll tiuuutures wltliauuallowlutf olr to tvuiaou. They welch Notlcoththlckrubbortroad no mora than an ordinary Hi. th uimcturo n'slUua "A"om punoturstrlps!3" POWELL & JACKSON iuaui.it:aiiviiurKiYoiiuy huvurui lajurs. oi iiiin.bui'clally no M aiae rim atrip "H" liniiaiv d fabric on tlio tread. Thi rtt'ular prlcn of llieu to oravont rlinculllnr. Thla wu Only Outside Clean. ivr lulr. but price to Writers of all Kinds of Fire, Life, llrt-- Is Sio.u) atavlal factoryfor ilrtwlH oiLjaSta'hy other rtMiiaUliuB ttiu rider of only make-f- ee bU Tboro are soma frenzied financiers FT. ELASTIC and All onlors tliluixxl U Tornado, Lightning and Hall Insur- leceueu pair will kliluC.0. 1 on aauu day leiu-- do wo aiiprovalr Vou niBmci. who appear to think that taking two ance.. We are also agents for the uqt need to pay a cunt until you exauifuu and Unci Ilium strict lv baths a Any and donclng fresh linen Illinois Surety Company and are pre- rou wud FULL CA8H WITH ORDER ami niclo- tb&dvvr tfii.eut! Tyou run noflJiiVa ought to excuse them Xor being If fur any reason they aro not iffIw ord'r1 tho tires may Ih rv turned at UR thieves. pared to do a general Bonding busi- HtlS 1 HOMOBETRflBILEFJIOHPIIHCTUEES Ualla.TaakaorOUaawlllnat la I the air out. A IlUllUrvil thousand nalrs uihl last viinr. it r can 11 Peculiarity of Lettuce Although many plants leaves nnd flowers at the rain, lettuce flowers open at such times. FlowtM. close their approach of their widest ness. POWELL & JACKSON arlca quuteil Sam W. Powell Office In ropodist Inita ranks. Llnvllle Jackson Court House. alu.a ot MU far our bl Tin 7 Ui.liioMlny4 UMbtauluiuBtaaa Miailrlreat abuut balf Ilia iuimIiwIihi. BO MOT TMINK or ouywo iMft Ufaffr W''"auaiu.ultiJ.y tuu ldu. Ibu iu.w mul muM.lMtttii ..tfur tirrcw or m OI llrva iruul auroae liulll . ..u ....ki. ' if you Mem rmeMtsA AIT bur alfjr Ltnal at urUw until tikii iu.mir.iaM ii ' ,.t nar ii.i.ti....? 7 Natural!. A woman Is generally sufficiently Winchester Kentucky j.L.ifiuTcVcLE Company, ghigaio, " ill conoelted to think tier husband must really bo a .superior sort of man or she " r wouldn't have married blra. Life's Stern Command, This stern ooaimaud must coat to unyielding fact "Sisd up and tai-.- your medicine don't play, lbs ' ' ' lbyaot." u ' ' r TH E -- .C L A.YCfl TY'TI r. M Fs The "SHIEID BJAND" DID IT EVER OCCUR TO YOU Thai: while our line of stoves is larger and better than those generally sold, our prices are no higher than those asked for inferior makes. Tlinckcr visit-c- d Mr. imd Mrs. Cifl Hold. Tliniiinn, at tlio home of J nt Pilot View, SntiiWl i;v nnd .Sunday. Mrn. Oco. II. IIlVlo wns in Winchester Monday.' Mr. nnd Mrs. Jto Palmer, 'nml Sunday with baby Cindy's spent -1 The Clothes You Want To At The mm ' Mr. A. Tiittlc Mis Anna llcll HMe is pn tlic sick list this week, -"ia it AT 912.50 In n Konilftr Special Price You Want To it w tT r. mewewmoaeissn I T t niewBrand'lWes ARE HERE Omr a w. - 1 Mtetf Fannio Miae, of Jackson, is visitinjr relatives ilierc for a few days. nf Bca.ttyville, Hew J. I. Will?, nppnintiiMMit at filled his rcgulnr Powell's Vnllcy church Simihiy. B. X. MilPhorston, of WWlii-stcr, 1 WE HAVE THE MOST COMPLETE LINE OF Coolring Stoves, Heating Stoves, Gas Stoves, Coal Stoves or Wood Stoves. was in town Saturday, and favored The Times with n pleasant nll. Noah Hoc and family, of Winchester, motored hen last week, and visited relatives for a few days. Mrs. J. Ii. Jfjirtin, of Hosslyn, and Mrs. Carolina Welch, of pjiri-- , are the gcnests of Mrs. Martin' son, Dr. V. C. Martin, and family. A. M. Unrulier went to Jackson Monday on business for the Pay To. John Vaughn, n former reidenr of Clay City, who is now living nt T,. & K. Junction, name up Mondnv to a few days here. How U. F. Mann and Mrs. Munn 'were nt Elkntawa Saturday and Snn- day, where the Judge conducted very B successful meetings. Mrs. J. W. Ilarris. of Brndcntown, Flu., wlio has been visiting her iter, Mrs. C. Ilnzelrjprp, for the past two mouths, has returned to her southern , season. 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 For be it known that the "Shield Brand" line of your opportunity. Come in while our line is complete. you select a pleasing pattern. for this season represents the greatest showing ever produced by the makers of these famous clothes. Don't miss Let us help Fall and Winter Fashions You are cordially invited to call and see the Beautiful New les as shown in the New and Handsome Fashion Book of the Sty- Victor Ladies Tailoring Company of Chicago The Leading Ladies Tailoring Housz in the Country This company makes a specialty of s Made to Measure Suits, Coats, Dresses and Skirts, made to order according to your individual measurements in any style and material of your selection, or ot your own material. High-Clas- home. All of the very best makes on the market today. J. W. F. Willinms, of Benttyville; was in town n couple of day k. Just do a little compromising of prices and quality and convince yourself. Grubbs & Benton Cor. Main and Broadway. Winchesr, Ky. RED RIVER RIDGE. Mr. Jai-i froit Monday 'ond crop. c . niht made ii hitiiifr the Mi-.- 0. vi-- H. Smiley nnd little danjjh- - tcr Helen has returned home from liiiir it with relatives in Va., and 111. J I houtflit from V. K Hclhn. one heifer for 17.50. (juite a number of youngster.-- , the IJdd Kiver liridj;e Kimdnv 1.. t and reported a delightful time etmd the mist and wind. Mr. Y. Gili-o- n flay Skinner spent Satur day irjiht and Sunday at his country Mr. II. I 'inme. .Mr. u K High Qrade (Jlathing fi At V $10,00, Lee Bloomfield North Main and .Mrs. W. ('. (lihson visited with Mr. and Mr- -. W. K. lleflin, Sun day and Sunday niIit. Mr. Ilenrv Oihon attended the Pie 31 Clipper at Urock Satnnlny nis;ht.- .Misf.es Li.zio Muoro and Kuoxts 1 Mora Ansle, were thi iruc-tI Mis-c- s Alice (iili-o- n Wednesday. of Miss Flora Anjiel, of Lee county, is (he pleasant jiueM of Misses Lizzie Best dressers can appreciate the quality of J and Carrie Ifoore. MAllX C 1,0 Til AW V IlAIir SCIUFXMl Miss Martha Tattle is visiting her When in Winchester call and see sister .Mrs. Willie Vaughn, at Ford, Ky. .Mr. Albert Led ford is very much improved and is expected to bo out in n few tlnys. Misses Texan and Alice Oilixnii had for their pleasant guests Sunday evening, Misses Lucile and Katherlue Ky. Criuip, Messrs. Court and J)illurd St. lleflin, and If. llaney. s $12.50, $13.50; $15,00 Mrs. Evelin Stamper bnuidit a who haw been visiting nice cow from Ureen Kinser. Pat Ilenrv, here for some few days, returned to D. W. Ledftnl took a picture lleidclhurg Monday. of a croup nf tlio school children Miss Otty Wehb nnd Mr. (larfleld list Friday. Webb, of Oldtown, Ky., are visitin-- ' A .'rent number from here attheir sisters, Mrs. T). H. Mutherley. tended meeting: at Harher who is confined to the house with illii i r 1 and Sunday. ness this week. Mr. and Mrs. 0. C. Meecham spent Ernest Kinser a fifth jrrade a few days this week with the hitter's won the testament at the parents, Mr. and Mrs. 0. II. Mackey. bible, contest, for iuotin the Miss Nellie Marxison, of Irvine, number nf verses. visiting the fiimily of her brother, Miss Maud Bowcn has bee:i very Franklin Mnrison. huv-iu- i; W. II. Neil I was in Winchester busy during tlio past week, bad moonlight school .Monday Thursday on business, vice. l.u-(jest of Dr. and Mrs'. C. B. Dic.k-o- n. Mr- -. Ashland, who have-WoDickson's parents., fridge and Mr. Adnm, returned to their home Tup day. Franklin Morginso'n wa- - in e. Tuesday on Heuhen Tipton went to WnudiP'-teI Tuesday to vote. vi trick, f Postmaster V. G. lowji Sunday, and nttemlcv services here. Mr. Win. Johnson and Mrs. C. W. from Lanes Williams, have returnV-ville, whero tliev luiw been visiting relatives for the pajst two weeks. Mrs. Williams stopped off hero on the wav to her home at Athel. Mrs. (.'. Hazelnut ami Mrs. Wlm-Ic- y spent Wednesday' with the family of M. A. Philips, at Stanton. J. ft. Knton was in Lexington Wednesday on business. Mrs. H. W. Mtiirhuid, aceompnied and daughter, Mr. by her nnd Mrs. dowers, motored up from Cincinnati Sunday, to visit f. Hazel-rifand family. Itev. n. II. Mathcrley filled his regular iippointineut at d.o Lick Sunday, and had two successful meetings, there beinj; one addition to the consrej;ation (it the nijrht ser n Witi-chest- cr lai-inr Kim-rfytet'i son-in-la- Also a complete line of Ready to Wear Cloaks. Furs, Drc sses Waists, Petticoats. Corsets, etc. Come and enjoy the pleasure of selecting your new TAILOR-MAD- E SUIT or other garment RIGHT HERE AT HOME from the most magnificent collection of styles and materials ever shown, and have the assurance the lowest prices. I of a perfect fit and highest class workmanship at " ' ' shall be pleased to show you the line, as I know you will be greatly interested in the beautiful styles and handsome materials whether you wish to buy or not. Agent For Victor Ladies Tailoring Company, Chicago. Prompt Service, Perfect Fit and Satisfaction Guirantecd and Pricss Always the Lowest. am 3 Q mi CLAY CITY, 9 KENTUCKY. maMwiw wawfc.il miiiiwiii in ai mmm aww hi .h m inmMi t HUSBAND RESCUED Win. Fuato lost a line lnuo this week. DESPAIRING WIFE After Four Years of Discouraging Conditions, Mrs. Bullock Gave Up in Despair. Husband 1 hai1 1 and Rtten so weak I could not stand, gave up in despair. Came to Rescue. a bottle of Cardui, the woman's tonic, and I commenced taking it. From the very first dose, I could tell it was helping me. I can now walk two miles without its letter tiring me, and am doing all my work." If you are all run down from womanly At last, my husband got me Catron, Ky. In an interesting from this place, Mrs. Bettie Bullock writes as follows: "1 suffered for four troubles, don't give up In despair. Try years, with womanly troubles, and during Cardui, the woman's tonic. It has helped this time, 1 could only sit up for a little more than a million women, In Its 50 1 (& Co. "Winchester, T D Mr' ami Mrs. A. E. Sams visit- oil in Stanton Friday. Mrs. Cliff Hagfiard, nf Clark HE3 Mrs. Miiiy duff, of Lexington, is couuty, is visiting relatives nt n few days nt her country this nloL'o. home here. There will be services at tlio nnd Mrs. Tom Stanhope little Baptist church Sunday morning. daughter .Minn, arc visiting in Lex- Everyone is invited to attend. When you want good Bread and Cakes, baked in a ingtiin this wek. A. E. Sains was in Winchester SANITARY SHOP and made of the best materials, try the Mies F.lizn dolt nnd Ruth Hisle lust week lonkini; after his busi SANITARY BAKERY, of Winchester. were guest's of Miss Martha Haggard, of Sehnolsville, a few dayg this ness interests there. BLOOM'S. TIub being such a Democratic week. MiM Ethel Candle visited Mis stronghold, most all of us nro reAlma Morton Inst Friday night nnd joicing over tho result of tho re. attended,, the pie snper entertain, cent election, lnient nt Pilot View school house. Mr. Ai J, Swnrtz who hns been When in Winchester gee the latest 'piite siok is nhlft to Ih up nghlh', pictures at' tlio Colouiaby ' INDIAN FIELDS. Sanitary bakery Fresh every day at JAMES nL'ht nt tho schodlhnuse, a bible while, and could not walk anywhere at years of continuous success, and should t all. At times, contest Tuwsilay nilit and would have severe, pains surely help you, too. Your druggist tua school at Mrs. Mary Ash- - in my left side. sold Cardui for years. He knows what oy's Wednesday. The pupils are-al-l The doctor was called In, and his treat- it will do. Ask him. He will recommale i n tr mh1 progress. ment relieved me for a while, but I was mend It. Begin taking Cardui today. An entertainment and Christ- soon confined Write tai Chtuiuxa Milcln to my bed again. After Co.. UJIt AJvUsry.Dtpt., Chattanooga. Tnn.. lor Uptciai mas tree is boiti planned by Mis iHttrnttimt J that, nothing seemed to do mc any good. Tiutmcui lor on your cue inla Umi book, 'Horn Women," tent wrapptr. Ma'tul Iinwen for the last diy of J6i school. A meetiii!: was held Tluirs EGYPT. nf lnr liitli neiiliow. She returned 6 luS"r al m'- m'u lioiue Wodnesdny, and practice was commenced on Mr. and Mrs. T. 11. Itnpard spent T. It. Kulmuk lmii(jlu j ruin' from! a dialogue, "1'opping tho Question". It will bo very interest- Tilf.ird IhiWMi, tin- .:i:i.O0, amp on Mcuway night with. Mr. and Mrs. ing, espec:ally tho two old imiiils .warlinjr cull' I'mw Mr. Buy, for $:t2. l.iillit'i Hull, of Wmlos Mill. Mr. Uin- llMitjtrird The freeze tliHt phiiip to people to Mr. part3. ninnu-lijihe - - - LEWIS RUPARD Saintary Bakery Winchestex, Ky. A London puyalclau practicing In the poorer districts or that city says that 35 per cent ot the children oom. wear log uuder his obaervutlou cbarnu and amulets uuder their Still Believe. In Charme. Monday niirlit did con! friiltuiible damage to vegetables tlmti ' T. B. It a si til Mild u itwb colt iii had not been gntlierd. WiiuWtcr Mmiday for .W5.00. Mr. and Mr. HlHKir Diuiu, of Costly Uniform. Tho u n I forms worn by officers of are vuitlug nilalivo tieio. some o( the Drltitb regiments' cost Mrs. Ida llme was ofllktd tti u $1,000 each, Tuofcday on lu'ooiint of the death 111 liwd of enltle t iSM per linn-ilre- d. J Dun-aliUu- n, tr-ilo- THE . AY CITY TIMES f GOOD gjU. attracted nnfl'i HEMS A VUIQ WL C 8,0C' , M ft BANKING County ciuJrt nt Slnnlon Morning n number from here. Number Patrons Fence School Grounds Engage In Work, Which is Done Without Cost, at Log Lick. cf Men Starck Pianos No Money InAilvnuco SntUfnc-ilo- n (Junr-- n SERVICE us show you what n nice line of goiMs C. A. Ilnclnjrjr has bought tho W. Mcdlock .property, adjoining his plueo, the price pniil being .$."'00 cnsli. VPljip V i J -- 1U'T l,r f )rV ''""''St Notion'", Shops anil etc. is .oceries, ll.irilware,-Clothing- is yours for the replete with asking at the CLAY CITY Several, from hero nttcndcd the Democrat!icrspeakinjr ut Stunton Tuesday Uorn, to Mr., nnd Mrs. Dave White, n Iinndsomofoon, and to Mr. nnl Mr. Variety, Style and Quality. THIS COMBINKt) WITH OUR x Inane Ilnrncffyn pretty daughter. NATIONAL BANK T. 11, Billiard ban on display in bin window, n turnip crown by 1!. L. Sbimfcs8el,Jthnt weighs four pounds cisco. I'ntrona of the Viennn school, fenced tho school grounds Satin-dafree of charge. The teacher feels indebted to the following lor their liarty cooperation in the work: J. II. Motherly, , James Snowden, Win. Lowry, Thomas Stcnc, Ilulicrt Spry, md S. H. Kerr. A man wits in this community the .'7, taking pictures, as he said, for the world's exposition at San Fran. Lowe nt No J it ( o o il Factory I'rlooN S Tcrnm liniiosl A 1'nc-lor- Saving ot SlOO lo OO P. A. STARCK PRESIDENT 2 y From Direct and three oitiiii-s- . Low Prices Make it to your interest to give tt t t is j Clay City, Ky. Capital Stock - S25.000.00 - $10,000.00 a good share of he- - Surplus nml Profits. $ your trade. Wo itrive to please our customers f J Shareholders Liability - $23,000.00 $00,000.00 Wc pay 3 per cent Interest on ? : n I. X. Herryj1' the pop liiuiitifucttirer n Hcattwille, was here on business Monday. He reports that business is fine in t lie I.ee county metropolis, and that hU trade is expanding 'ty'ery month. well-know- cause we know satisfied customers are our best ne!s. 9 Sa v ings deposits. Yours to please, Nov. K.' II. Ritchie. ,k )ilmore. filled bis regulnr appointment at the Mr,lliodit-- t church Sunday morning and evening. 'rHrother Hitcliie thinks Clay City is n .splendid place to live, and contemplates moving here with his family ns'soon as convenient. WALDRON & JOHNSON I.TivT KTKTTf TTi TST.'FKl St Waltersville, Ky. 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. Jdigh Quality-Lornces is our motto. Are K.tf?i.axpmfemr L)nppnL)Mphrv Qhnpc tor wnm. en, Walk-Ove- r Shoes for men, Hart Schaffner & Marx and The Matchless Brand men's suits, Sweet-Or- r & Co. corduroy pants and overalls, Arrow Brand men's shirts and collars, Stetson and Astor Brand men's and boy's Hats, Pictoral Review dress patterns. See our lines of men's odd pants, dress goods, ready to wear hats, women's, misses, and children's coats, balmo-caacoats for women and men, neckwear, Hosiery, sweaters, raincoats, comforts, blankets beds, matresses, springs, chairs, sewing machines. In fact anything you need, for it will be to your interest. We handle "The Bain" wagons by the car load, and can save you money on a wagon. We are selling Crown Flour and Red Cross Flour at 75c per 251b., or $3.00 per hundred, Monarch Flour 70c per 251b. sack or $2.80 per hundred-eversack guaranteed to satisfy or money refunded upon return oi what is left after trying it. Roasper pound. ted coffee w There is hay throughoa pita Ij .stock, y 100,000 jj out Centraln'slTortajrc-oKentucky and it is said suiiplus and usto be selling'fbr us high as $20 to DIVIDKD PKOFITS. JOO.OOO n ton ut; Lexington. This bay lias mostly been shipped into the T11U State from Canada, 'fifty .cars having been unloaded recently from there. WlaVCIIESTJ3R BANK. M WlNCltHTIIH, Kl, OP. The editor is indebted to Messrs, K N.IIOM.Y AVlTHKHNPOON, 1'IIKS, jj; Joe and Taulbee Mounts for a gen;Jj erous sample "of Jneir delicious sor-guOAMim-.u- . V. U. Simiah, which tfiey have been lntikmr 3 during the pnstlweek. Curt Bowr.nar YOUR ACCOUNTS SOLICITIOD Subscribe for The Times while it was in charge of the irtaking, am' with Mize's (join camo to work 's still 50 cents a year. on. .There" coold bo no doubt of it being choice Mr. A. T. L Messrs. James Snowden, Green Howard, Robert Kades, Hen Hudson. Hud Woods, S. H. Kerr, Solnce "White and others attended .court at Winchester, Monday. Miss Allie Snowden from near Pilot view is visiting her brother Mr. Jessie Snowden at this place. There was a social at Mr. Thomas Spry's Saturday night. There were :l number of young folks out. They reported a splendid time. Dro. Albert V. LeAford, who has been seriously ill with the mump, is much improved nt this writing and will soon be nble to finish teaching his singing school nt White llnll. A bnd'sced wnrt was removed from the eye of a valuable horse belonging to 3Ir. 'Frank Spry. The animal is improving nicely and shows signs of permanent recovery. Mro. S. G. linker and Frnnk Keu- -' non, from Vnughn's Mill; President nnd business mnnngcr, of the Farmers Union Supply Co., at that place will speak nt the Snow Creek school house, the exact date of their speaking is not known nt present. Wo will ship you a beautiful Starck Piano for 30 days' freo trial, In your home. No cash payment required. All wc ask Is that you will play upon, use and test this piano for 30 days. It, at I he end or that time, you do not And It tho highest grade, sweetest toned and finest plnno In every way, that you have ever seen for the money, you are at perfect liberty to send It back, and we will, In that event, nav the frrlcht both wnvs. This Starck I'lann moil nkn rnml with vou. or there Is no sale. 30 We DAYS' FREE TRIAL Save $150.00 or More ship dlrtet to you from our factory, at prices that save you upwards of tl&O.OO In the Wc guarantee to furnish cost of your piano. ou a better piano for the money than you can secure elsmvhere. Yott are assured of receiving a satisfactory tweet toned durable high grade piano. 25-Ye- ar Easy Payments manufacturer. These terms are arranged to suit your convenience, and It l possible to buy a piano for your home, wlthou niH-lr- g the money. . You pay no cash down, but alter SO Jaj-- i ot trial, you can begin payment on the low-raeasiest tcrim ever suggested by a plino Guaranteo oiartiK 2nd-Hand Tlano Ii guaranteed for 25 years. has back This gusrantee of It our 35 years of piano experience, and the reputation of nn responsible piano house. Htery Starck Bargains 50 Free Music Lessons To every purchaser of Starck Pianos, we ghe free music lessons, In one of the best known schools In Chicago. These lessons you can take In your own home, by mall. This represents one year's free Instruction. We lune constantly on band a large mtmlx-- r of slightly used pianos of all and second-hanstandard makes taken In cx change for new Starck Pianos The follow. and Player-PianoIng are a few sample bargains: Weber Steinway Chickering Kimball Starck Fccouu-lia.i- $110.00 02.00 90.03 95.00 195.00 s are Slarek Player-Piano- s the liest and most beautiful Player Pianos on the You will be demarket. lighted with the many exclusive features of these wonderful Instruments, and will be pleased with the ery low prices at which they ran be secured. Player-Piano- Piano Book Free Send today for our new beautifully illustrated piano tiooic. umcn gives you a linro amount of Informa. Hon regarding pianos. This book will Interest and please you. Write today. Send tor our latest complete bargain 1l.t. P. A. STARCK PIANO CO.. 1384 Stnrcl: Hide., CaTICAGG STANTON COLLEGE, .7, STANTON, KY. Term Opened Monday, Sept 14. IT REALLY DOES 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. , i RELIEVE RHEUMATISM. Vhitt, cashier of the . n are found at E. Fisher & Co. Winchester, Kg. bank, is having n corn show of his Kverybody who is afflicted with own, nnd linfgfon display samples Rheumatism in any form should by grown by. 0 Dnniel. jEdvin '.ItoKe all means keep u bottle of Sloan s -T- hCTJmrnte-ymt1 TK6ll(ttr;i ;vatfnTmt-7Irr,1i.1ri- d. .Tiuire.' V..f ..n feel pain or soreness in a joint or nnu mi luttii ill all the specin ens nre good ones. muscle, bathe it with Sloan's Lini Farmers nre ill vited to enter the com- - ment. Do not rfib it. Sloan's penepetition, nnd t,ft 'bring in sample for trates almost immediately right to the seat oT pain, relieving the hot, dNpluy. tender, swollen feeling and making J. G. Easter, car inspector and the part easy and comfortable. Get foreman for the L. & X. at McUob a bottle of Sloan's Liniment for 2."c erts. was in town Tiusdav to vole. at any drttggi-- t and have it in the and also called'on The Times to pity bouse against colds, sore and swolrheumatism, neuralgia, hi subscript ioif for aim' her jenr. len joint.--, says ho lojks for The Times in sciatica and like ailments. Your lie regularly as for his meal-- , and doc money back if not satisfied, but it not want to iniss an isu, Mrs does give almost intant relief. . hit'.-ban- J si,. i.ireiTv-i- i wswf mi is,ai,aaiaassssBs-w- s T For Information Write to Rev. J. C. Hartley, President, Stanton, Ky. Prices To Suit All. Nothing Faster, who accompanied her will spend a 'few days visiting Nothing Too Too Large. with friends hero beford rcturrinir. Small. STRAYED Oil STOLEN. TREES. KENTUCKY FARMERS COM- PLETE HAY MOWING. STRING INSTRUMENTS I carry a good line of string in y 12-l-2- c Hardwick 6 Company STANTON, KENTUCKY. J. DAN JACKSON DEALER IN New and Second Hand Furniture UPHOLSTERING AND REPAIRING A SPECIALTY From my place at Clay City, of tame or cultivated bay during trees, Ky., on the night of Oct. JlOtli, l'.U-l- , according to the preliminary and Ornamental Fruit lfll-J- , hnil). tirape Vinci-- , Itbubarh, a small black mare Shetland estimates made today liy tne l lilted l'conii'.-- . l'hlox, Itcs, etc. pony. Reasonable amount will ho States Department of Agrieulturf. KVKHY TU1X(! FOll 01JCHAUU. paid for its return to me at said I'lu yield last year wa 074,000 tons. place. The product - selling for an aver LAWX AX1) GARDEN'. J. II. OMIEAU. age of $17.-1- per ton. compared w:th F'.'KI-- ; CATALOGS VO AGKN'TS The yield tl.'i.HO per ton in 11)111. AN. ACTIVE LIVER per acre thi- - season is one ton nnd H. F. HILLENMEYER & SONS, MEANS HEALTH. the (piality is not us good as that o Lexington, Ky. the average crop of the past tc-- ' to dea 1. It' you want, good health, a clear years. complexion and freedom from Dizzi- ( ('ihtipat$.f'n, iie-- .CLEANING AND Hilliousnos, PRESSING. Headaches and' Indigestion, take Dr. I am ready to do your CleanKing' New Life 1'ills. They drive ing and Pressing. out Good work fermenting and uuindigested foods, clear the Blood and cure Con- guaranteed and charges reasontipatiim. Only 2.")c ut your druggist. able. Orders left with J. Bloom will receive prompt attention. GOVERNMENT MAKES REPORT JAMES WILLIAMS. ON KENTUCKY Wn.shington, 1). P., Nov. 5. ky farnier.-- , produced (i!)!),0()0 tons struments, Violins, Banjos, Guitars, Accordeons, etc. Also a complete line of supplies such as Strings, Violin bows, and other necessary equipement. Mail Orders Given Prompt Attention Harris Friedman GENERAL MERCHANDISE, CLOTHING, SHOES, ETC. WINCHESTER, TRACY AND STOKLEY KENTUCKY CROPS. o. Corner Broadway and Maple St. WINCHESTER, KENTUCKY the Lamp Oil that Saves Lyes Kntti'ns 1 more Imrorttnt la the home limn I'lpnr.nU'Ojy llittit. Imiirs tliH br ccttliitr the oil tint liurcx clear aii'1 ileiin without n (llrkir down to the dni. ivmnjlvimla crude oil rtllruil to l'r(icllim. CiKti no mo-- e thin the Interior tnnlcwaxoii oll -- mrci MONEY vei WOIIK ave evei. SOLITK Oil. In Your dtuler trrtl dirrct (mm our worki Washington' D. C, Crop lteportiiigHourd Nov. The of the United Real Estate and Insurance. J. H. Lacy & Co REAJLy HOUSES CITY Riom lt RYE AND T1MQTHY SEED Need any Fence, Gates, Roofing, Cement, Sewer Pipe? Write us. We sell the Ovvensboro Wagon, the best one made. OUR PRICES ARE ALWAYS RIGHT. Slates Department of Agriculture has just complied its. estimate t'.' the acre yieldf the principal farm crop.- - of Kentucky for this year. Tho are J"ised on crop coalitions duringltbo eurly part of Oct- ESTATE Y. all, Bedford WINCHESTER, & Tuttle KENTUCKY. ober. The iluulUJgiires will be given out within utshort time, but it is W Clias. C. Stoll Oil Co. 'eported that They will not differ to Lexlnston, Ky. unv great extent;, with tlu preliminary Heilnerj t Warren, Pa. nstiiuates. According to the fiiies Wo Kll thecelcbrateJ ".No Curb" Auto OIL the yield peritiro of the principal "lop- - of this. State in 1014 will be as follows.; Ciirgi pi.'2 bushels; Irish viola toe t()2 burets.; Sweet potatoes Old papers for save at The Times II 'J hnslieUaiid tobacco 1.030 Office. jiounds, und Sell Farm and City Property of ull kinds. We buve siimo nice farms in Clark and adjoining counties fop Bale or rent. Write us wlnit you want. We write all kinds of Insurance. Wo Buy FOR SALE. AND RENT. PROPERTY A SPEC-IALT- ZOO McEldowney B'ldg. Phone 94 -: TRACY AND ST0KELY. Office, WINCHESTER, KENTUCKY Main Street, Winchester, Ky. Our Wli,. Our wife, comments a western newspaper man, la one ot those women who aren't content to be taken for Where to eat in Winchester, and they will tell you JONES RESTAURANT & Uncle Eben. "You can alius Judge by facial ex"An pressions,"- said Uncle Eben. oyster dot's Jes' beln' opened mus" be mls'ablo. an' yet It look like It's their daughter's sister. They went tp Cor. Main Broadway laughln'." iflnp be taken for tholr daughter's daughter to be takeu for their own grand- daughter, so to speak. ) . hi f n