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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): November 12, 1914 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1914 cla1914111201_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 12, 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. 7 r t ; tgjjgi! the CLa f M.WNC XIX; TIMES, CLAY Wo are Here to Help Clay Clfy, Whi Surrounding Casntry arid OurjeJvji. Ntmtor 41. riHftflR :;& H & CrTf. r-- 5 (Y, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3ATED 12, 1914. The Best Weekly In this' Section. BIG PRICE FOR CLARK COUNTY FARM. Prizes Offered Far . FORMER IRVINE WINS MAN IN REAflEtft If WW 5 1 'I. Kvnns last week sold his (.'lark county home a short distniu.-c- . in last woeV. Many Disastrous Forest Fires Have ly uppic.citcd from Winchester on the Jloonesboro Thanksgiving Will Be Celebrated Been Started by Careless pike with twenty acres of land nt n ecclit ii several lmva Thursday November 26, jtefget extr.i cop. pi ice reported to Itc over $700 per Hunters. This Year. acre. .1. ( Williams, a Louisville g)t.eii n tw l.eingt(on to visit friends and In This Month ticket, ond considering tho fact that :With then- in if railroad man, wn the purchaser. Although the hunting scion has Oovcilnor McCrcnry issued Ifis tho Republicans mndo grent gnitw in jwllfe nnd 'ct one. V.Mrff. iWillinm Hardwick left Monnot yet comincncedi forest fires have During tlic pnfit week several re tliut section, this Knowing is an exThanksgiving proclamation yesterMEAT GOES DOWN IN PRICE. davi for Lexington to visit with Mrs. marks have been made on tlio excell- tra good bc'Wi htnrtcd in some of the mountain day: one. Mr. iFriantLfc ilollie Lain. sections by (iirclc.--s ent corn that has been growu in this It follows: hunters who jill to many of tlio readers of Tho I.'eef and pork have both dropped Miss Httttio Hardwick visited her county, and wsveral visitors from pdt Times, who hinc been pros)ecting around and , .TV ' wish him the unbounded slightly in price, owing to the demand "To the People of Kentucky: ftistc'r Mrs. Millie Crawford, of Jack-sp- n of town Irave called nt tllie who have neglected to extinguish office to micecss "It is proper that wc should turn which he deserves in his having slackened somewhat on a ifew days ago. Ihcir Mies. The Cumberland nndi sw tho display of corn that wc havo adopted home. at a stated time in cuch year in of poorer business conditions nia-.Mrs. Sarah fllladkbuxn made n gathered from various growers in the U:v5Ainni in Fnct of the Mountains in the western part throughout the east. Il'lackcrs say praise and thnnkHgiving to Almgihty Slacks shoping trip to Lexington this week. State have already siidered there is a good demand for animals (lod for Mis many blessings to tho Mr. taff Martin and John OakTleft I nJiowinir of irood farm nrodue.ts wn iV:fft';Keduc( . heavily and much young timber has Prions Have. ... (. E COMMI suitable for cai(ning purpose, as people of Kentucky. Monday for Richmond where they been destroyed. one year's subscription, to Nie year now drawing to a eloso large orders have been received from Bird. w)fo' summoned for Federal jury The Timca ns a prize for the best car The last Legislature bus been conspieious for manifestaEuropean countries for canned meats Service the former on. the Grand of corn brought to this olHce during drastic laws: to protect the forests, for tlic soldiers) engaged in the war tions of His kind nnd bcncficicmt dis been nd- - hut it is 3evfal!)Mn9j9linve Jury and the latter on the Pctitt tlife utontii of November. There is onhard to catch the careless pensations. there. whv turk ones. It w said that jury. The Game and (Fish Contmissionjs ly one strfjg to this offer, the prowardens .ire af"While wnr has desolated and de 'Mr. Fred Ware left Monday for ducts shown must be grown in IPowell sending n Special Warden into this ey wilWoibHs'lurh in price tliis ter some of thee responsible po- - the vastated ninny notions, we have en- (Winchester m the interest of his county. Tho exhibits Vlwwn will re- county, with instructions to enforce year hsrny,MjJ principnl ones lire now uiirmng m tne eastern -- ec Joyed peace and prosperity, nnd tho being1iineii.,'rm) of them nil tion :' tlic State. The Commission main the property of tho grower, and the Jgjnmc laws. divine declaration. 'On earth peace, hf;.u6lfy,'ianf the slump in ove Mr.. Eversole, our enterprising can be .taken away any time good will toward men,' has encour- after the hopes this Warden will not hnve to traveling salesman was home with first of December. Tliey will be judg- make arrests, but ho nnd his local busineA'tfuto theywar which has SALOONS LOSE. iged and made our happy. work nnd liiS'.lfamily over Sunday. ed by nlu expert from Lexington, and deputies will actively cover tho conn-- : i0i.ofrp)Wagy.!nMj5frnm "Our State has had prosperity, Rural Credit Association Has EnpntAjh3lii8BTfi1hnt they enn- - At .Mt. Sterling the saloon men Mr. C F. Evans, Traveling iField absolute impartiality will bo shown. ty from this date to the end of the abundant harvests, productive indusno,t rtddojny arry luxuries for the lo-their case before the contct dorsement of Prominent Men Secretary of the Christian Endeavor Tho names el? nil exhibitors, together season, nnd violnters will be punish-cd- . tries, law nnd order, and the glorious tabic jVllithtr golili reason is that ImiH'fl tll.t ivnnl.- ivhnfi tin. i.l 'n . .Mo.vehicnt in Kentucky will be in with the variety of tlio corn and any iieritage of has been and Many Farmers Join. Ihf!ilc7jee'plantjj Inst year held cided to give the certificate for the Stanton December, 16, to hold meet- other information of interset concern luiintniued and strengthened, and S.OOO.onn election to the force-.- , "K? ing in the interest of tho C. E. work. ing thorn will be published in the pap The Ky., Rural Credit Association, the year hns brought a greater dc- ptuihM(jiidrd,-fufkeyand these and declared that the siiecial e! Will the "President of Stanton's C. E. er, and it is hoped by this means to ire for achieement and more Gov. Jas. H. jrcCreury as its Presiin "" - held by the JwlfI "Wets" to h- - ilhal tako notice and prepare for this day. further eneourugie tllie growing of r4-t-WWJS.ptHioicl):-yiHdent has jn- -t opened offices in Lex- abuiidadt en use of praise and gratiprop. Hi nn.di void. The saloon men will apMV. Kate Bohaanon and sort, good corn and other crops. Already tude to Hod. ijl , der ordiKftfl'' diidiRohs these bird peal the case to the Circuit Cotnt in ington, and farmers throughout the Donald visited with Mr. and Mrs. several of our good fanners have pro- "Wheru'ore. I. James 15. SIcCreary. State aic being invited to become winild, wnv.e.:J)ecnln?ted. up by the January, and it is said thnt th- en l $4roder Snowden, of Lexington, over ' mised to enter snmi)les of their crops, Those Accustomed to Breaking Game of members. This is the first organiza- Governor of the Commonwealth ocean war in .Ivii- will raise the licen.se to tho probunday. n'tifap Kentucky, designate Thursday, the and the exihibitio will prove of great iiii Laws Had Better Be Careful rope hnpnwertni(o'trnvel for the hibitive fiyure of $1,000. in nrdr to tion of the kind in the Tinted States, Mr.. Ben Throcktoiorton tried out interest to those who enter. If the day of November, ninethough the plan upon which it was twenty-sixt- h pi esehtLfbe'fse birdsSSriust be sold in discourage the saloon men. from This Year. his, ability fls n drummer last. week.. niw.'ber of entries warrants it, adfounded has been in successful op- teen hundred nnd fourteen, as a day thk 'eounfrSv All ilflds of meat taking out their licenses at !'ic (iist of thanksgiving and prayer, and inr(e think9 he is better suited for rail- - ditional prizes will be given. eration in Kurope for 147 years. Mr. J. D. Creed, County Game War- nave deoJiu'edMn jirpf lntclv, and of the venr. roVd work. Everey farmer in the county is inThe plan of the organization is vite all the people of Kentucky to ind'rt'fifle nithe supply there k'-bi- g den for Powell county was p their accustomed occupations and under it money is cea-j Mrs. M-- . A. Phillips returned last vited to bring in samples 7 corn for few days, ngo, and dropped in town a oi caicKejiR an ovenime country, as HAS SOLD NEXT YEARS' into The tfhis show, and also samples of any on that day and give thanks and Friday after a visit with her many borrowed on laud becomes a perma well as, of: geese.7'l ducks while Times office to renew his subscription for the blessings con- V'1 WHEAT CROP. nent investment. friends and relatives in Montgomery otJier vegetables grown in the county. Its nlan i the 'ra,se I for nnotlier year. M.r Creed sn'id rabbits are. very nMhdnnt. Thee Bring them in any tire before the cojpty. amortization plan, which lessens (nc fcrred uivon us and to humbly be- ns ren- thut the outlook for both birds mid facts Possibly the first man in Kentucky burdens of the debtor and increases siich a cointinunnce n' His mercies." sons for;choping the' ice of turkeys, iThe'Ii. .& N. tRailroad has given to first of December, but the sooner the I rabbits this year, was the best for i to contract for the sale of his next the security of the loan. For inbetter. fhft' Wwnp eight feet of land and have number of years, and that they were nnd' buve'i" are free c stating thnt year's wheat crop is C. R. Wndling- stance, if a farmer borrows from the ilhk binls thev fcavedtheffencenbac"kth6 same dis- WARMER THAN LAST being carefully protected against thev expect to ee"ltt iJL JlJi''!!Js'J:ounty. who has nl- - Kentucky Rural Credit Association abetter tiid.. .'.lp fwt-rtin or04r that- tfbtritrpyiyH this . gome-ho,-- -'.lnstSil!du,y (ot which lie must be n member bewalk.oJOhfr'.lIie Mreft tlinUIonrlc- a iionim on lots tion of the State was swept by u blizof Hietn sliwuld not be diminished th$ijo$natory,. This will'idake a The markets for r'iling turkeys ed to Ilopkiusville milling company fore he can borrow) say the sum of zard that was one of the fictrest in too much. All oier the State game ;it threshing time next summer. He $1,000' for a period of 20 years, he gre"at impiwement nnd is certainly wieek, and wardens have been, more active than nearly nil opened th years and thnt did considerable at appreciated. Tile town, trustees are large quantities nre nming in, nl- - is to deceive $1.0."i per busJiel by the will pay annually $8."i., and at the Many Prize Cattle Are Destroyed throughout the county. Many usual this year, and Executive Agent, lerurs of contract. 11" the 20 years lie will owe nothend grading the sidewalk and making n fArmers killed' Chicago, Owing to Spread their hoys thinking J. Quiney Ward, of the Fnb and though farmers are aimhing but sat ing, lie has however, the priviledue fill .'on1 same and will make a new isfied witli the low pHces. So far that winter had set in, but cftcr the Game Comlmissidn, has devoted all SENDING STOCK TO SOUTH. Of Disease. hi entire abligation :.t of walk from the crushed gravel they storm cleared awnv tnere wjj nc his time to the piotection of the fish very tew have been b any time after five years, if lie should are now hauling. They are also more cold weather until nkiost and game of the 'State. The result is ell county, ns fanners are holding Sir. Penn Taylor (.hipped twenty desire. I'nder tlio present svstem of The outbieak of Knot and Mouth placing gravel on the walk that Cliri.sfn-us- , out in hopes of nn nmit'e nnd hundreds of p.iamly that there is n mucth lurger supply of thiee head of fine cattle to his farm farm loans the farmer often pays disease which occured last weii: , t leads up town and will be a great of meat was ruined. Large numbers small game than for some years past. in Slisissippi this week. the Chicago Stock Yard bus caused par cent and far in exces-- s f DAM help in the winter time. As fast as AT BETTYVILLE. of turkeys thnt were killed for the In Powell county a few breaches (ieorije D. N'elson, Jr.. bought two -the destruction of many fine sattle instances as high as 2.1 p.r tax money comes in they will connine Thanksgiving 'markets in the K:itt of the la whave been reported, nnd tor fsllO. interest, ciinmiissioiis, recordimrf fe s at that place. The discusc broke Thp Hooneville Tribune is respon- pairs ot mule in tinue to imrnke needed improvements. wen n's-- spoiled owing to tlu mild one arrest was made last week. It sible for the statement that tho gov- lie will ship them with other stock etc. mid in the end he still fnve the out quite suddenly and uuexpectvidly, So let everybody pay their taxes so weather, nnd were ?cized by th? (inv- - is expected that some others will be ernment will and ninny animal wordh thousands build a lock and dam in to hi recently purchased farm near principal. that as many improvements can be ernmen os being unfit lor food, thre- - made u's soon :.s the guilty parties Winchester Sun. South Fori, of Ky. River nt Kentty-vill- Jackson, The association will be of much of dollars to their owner have hem made before winter sets in. All who hy causing heavy loss to tl'.-- shippers. have ben located. In past years it which will render that stream benefit to farmers, Timl several from ordered' killed in order to prevent the do not pay their taxes by December DANGERS OF FROZEN bus berti the cuMom of various hunt- naviirable to Dnonville. spread of the dread disease. will have to pay six. per cent penalty this city have signified their intenBig Shipments From Paris. ers from other counties- to cone RYE AND BARLEY. tion Several Kentucky men. will loo heavui' joining. nnd nn added six per cent for each order, they lmviii'j hud ily by thi The biggest cattle shipment that here urid fish and hunt everywhere WINCHESTER TO TRY month they go over. The Marshall The Kentucky K.vperiment Station animal at the great Dairy Show has taken place from the Pari stock- without rgard to the law either as to lms posted notices over the town MUNINCIPAL OWNERSHIP. has is. ued a bulletin calling the atseason or to tresspassing, but tl'i The Stock Yards nt Chicago. Ken-that he will levy all property on yards for a long time was made last tention, of farmers and s is being ifrowMcd upon by f aimers n Thursday night, when the City and many other places have which taxes are not paid by Decem'The citizens of 'Winchester last to the injurious effects of frozen rye who neither want their game or their firm of Cnywood & MeCormick shipbeen ordered closed in order to 'tllow ber 1. stock destroyed, and n large number week voted down a proposition to and barley when fed to stock, par' .1 thorough fumigation of the prelum-oJiev. L. F. Martin preached at Old ped to the NcwYorktroarket 208 head weighing hui Voiced1 their places to pro- make a contract i?or water from Ky. ticularly to sheep and hoir- -. The bul- Miss Bertha Mapel and William B. This was the first time in over Union in Lee county last Sunday to of fine fnt Bourbon cattle, River, nnd will niuke an attempt to letin recommends that all hecp and hibit hunters tresspassing, lorty years that the Chicago S'oak Sledd are Married at Irvine. crowded houses. He was accompan- from 1,2.)0 to 1,400 pomwls each. The iiMinim-ipa- l onnentliip of Hie swine be taken off of rye and barley Special attention will be given have and the inxr-Uanl had been clo-o- l, ied home by Mis. Emma Cochran of cattle cost the shippers about $21,000 plant, whihe is-- being twlvocatcd by fields immediatelv after the first for cattle are veiy quiet as a The marriage of Sliss Hertha .Ma Primrosj who will spend some weekrf or from .$7.25 to $8 per hundred those who hunt without n liep'ise, heavy frost. pounds. Fourteen boxcars were nec and who trespji.ss on the property of several citizens there. pel, of Irvine and William II. Sledd. reult. The packing houc will nil at their home. others without permission, and waressary for their transportation. was eloe down for ten days. l.oiii.s ille and Lexington, . Mr. Jack Trendway was home The same firm shipped to the Cin den Creed will bo. right on the job solwi.ni.ed Slonilay, Hev. .Mr. Fry over Sunday. Jack says that he will d when it comes to landing these of The wedding was man i.llicinting. MONTE BUYS SOME MORE. build him a new houso this winter bn cinnati market Thursday night a of hogs, costtiig (from $0.23 to fenders whero they belong. a mile .from town. eiy quiet and no previous an.Monte nouncement had been made owing of Danville, buyer for Ilr. Jdlin Chuney was home from $G.7.", per hundred pounds. Coin is selling nt )f3.2."i and $3.50 to the critical illness of the bride's Sehwnrtzchild & Sulzberger, shipped Hazard oyer Sunday nnd left MonLIVE STOCK NOTES. per barrel, delivered. A number of brother. nearly 100 head of cattle from Winday for his work. The bride i the daughter of .Mr. chester this week. They were bought Mr. Robert Stone visited his sifcter snles have baen made at these Jlonte Fox, the stock buyer of prices. S. M. Maple. Mr. Sledd i the son from Clark nnd' Montgomery county in Winchester over Sunday and Doyle county, purcJiaseil from C. P. of the late J. iK. Sedd, of Lexing- partie at f7..'i0 to fSJio per hunCecil, at Lancaster 00 head of export a fine time. ton, lie lias been located in Louis- dred. Miss Hulah McMeriiar will give a Parks of Richmond, nnd Mrs. James cattle that averaged 1,4.'1 pounds, the r ville for the past ten years, holding reading at the College Chapel on the Owens and duughter of Dundee, vis bunch being ine of the flhest the position ml' t'hief mail clerk ' WINCHESTER MAN BUYS evenings of November 18, nnd 10. ited Jlrs. A. L. Collins Tuesday of sold in Central Kentucky. The price the railttny mad service, lie is a 6n the first nlgjit she will give a this week. was $0 jvd hundred pound, the highGOOD MADISON FARM. graduate of Kentucky I'll iversit.v. reading of Mrs. Alice Hegnn Rice's Prof. Karl Sleeth and a crowd of est price ever paid for cxMirt cattle The mariiage is the culmination famous story, "Mrs. Wiggs of the school boys tA possum hunting in tihH section of tllie State. S. W. Kite, bought at commissionof pretty romance, which began Catityngp Patch," and on tho second Inst Friday njight. There was a ers sale last week the AlMo Willis here some years ngo when the bride night will give a reading of "Lovely sleepy bunca of boys the next day. H0RESE FOR THE ARMY. farm, consisting of l'JO ncres, near nnd .Mr. osJni.tress Mis our Mary," by same author.',' The adA still born child was born to Jtr. lliclimoud, for whch he paid 100.05 Sledd wns mail clerk on the L. &. K. mission will be 20 cents for each and Mrs. Harry Melroy last week An order has been ilacl in St. oer acre. Winchester Sun. over this run. The Times joins in night or both, nights for 25 cent. and was biiried in the Stanton ceme-tarLouis, JIo., for 4,500 cavalry horses anyextending congratulations with the This entertninmient will be nn exThey hnve the sympathy of nnd several hundred mules, to bo used Good Corn In Fayette. many friends of the bride throuali-ou- t periment. If the peoply of Stanton tho entire neighborhood. Mrs, Mel- by tho 'French nrmy in the war. the country. patronize it well and desire it, it will roy is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. These horses will cost the buyers Corn in Fuyette county u inakii be followed by other entertainments. Kelson Blunt. nn excllent yield, .lames Kustin, A , about $7.V),000, aiiol at least 100,-00- 0 FAMILIES MOVE AWAY. If not this will bo Hi last. We trust Rev, Sherman ltobbins was home n more will be required for the promimit farmer on the Maysvilla that everybody in Stanton will turn few days last week and l?t again various armies, mont of which will K. I, Newell and family moved to pike, has a field of cortt that U pnt so thnt we may hnve others fol- for Rowan county where he is doing be purchased in the United States. Winchester thi week, where they shucking a barrel to tlho shock low. All lending towns have a course evangelistic work. Ho made over This "wll give a great stimulus to the will make their home. William Jled-loc- k Another field, however, only a ehort AAf wirier entertainments and wjd .100 gallons of sorgum from hU place horse breeding Industry, and horses and family also moved to Mr. distance wy h making the general should have one here. and over 500 gallons for other peo- - wjll he profitable to raiw for numMedlock's former houiei nt Little, in iiveruga yield of three, and lj Mrs. Frniiit ItorU'a ond Mrs, ber of year. Breathitt .county,, ubo.va Jackson, bushel to the shock, ( ;LiIINtt( Wu William Hardwick visited lief daughter, Mrs. Mollio Crawford, of Jackson, lost week and1 was accom- One Year's Subscription To The panied Cioaie by Mre. Crawford and Times Will Be Given For The Iwiby. Mr. Crawford arrived later Best Ear of Corn Brought And after a brief visit they left for rcla-tjvee.. Jra. Farm Products OKLAHOMA lGAME LAWS. W. Friend, who moved from Irvine to Oklahoma about ifotir years ngo, watt, elected county nttorney of Pottawatomie cauuity in the by ifllSdSt ...v.v f.irri, Ul I 11. AIIUJITill Mr1. Friend was on tmDcmosrtio C a, Hunters Should Be Careful Of Fires Governor Issues lot State (. Annual Proclamation - well-kno- Come niln Price will-giv- e 0J&?m w pa-s- cd , vnnne(tMiy-iwywrsltwiftho- Association To Aid Farmers Of State .t - Game Warden Is An Tlio vu 1 anti-saloo- n s ht?;nrarkct H i - in-ci- gSOajyjyce CattU go - 11 jrStoYs1 Destrod 111 e, JIi. 'ui-the- r well-know- stock-raiser- Former Postmistress Married At Irvine n s. -t ' eor-loa- Try The Times FOR YOUR r.. re-jw- rf ex-e- Job Printing' We have on hand a complete line of job stock and can turn out letter 11 y. heads, envelopes, statements, cards, posters, shipping tags, and, in fact thing in the line of printing. Try us and see. 11 The. Clay City. Times one-hul- Si" A, 3- WA THE t TWO'"" "TIMES 2. LATE MARKETS CINCINNATI LOCAL MM y. ITEMS,. pt V2 T.HfEVtW.V- - CITY T,t M'E " Vrr TIMt TABLES TIME TABLE Com- JKSke (Iix&Clncihnnti Enquirer.) lififlAD RAILROAD . A Dfcmacratlc Newspaper The editor of The Times is in Somencn knock their home reasons. A liar la a man who smiles when he losest t' AnoWerjthing that makes yon sick is to see a big female working. Vine bunk on h poor boob about five eet. tall. six-foot LIVE STOCK. i Cincinnati, 0., Nov. 12. Receipts shipments ,of live stock nt tho M. P. O'MARA, x 4 j fWinimti Union Stockyards Wed nesday were Cnttlo.lIoga.SWn. OWNER AM) PUBLISHER. ' 'Receipts 2044 420U 479 mail mat- Shipmorits . 'Entered as second-clas- s 3(o ter, hi the Post Office nt Clay City, CATTLK Very slow. Good nbout Ky., undor tho Act of Congress of steiidy, other grades weak. Shippers ty0.75(i8.2, flfutcCtrfr (stciers, c.xtm March 3, 1879. per $7.riO7.7."5, good to eliojpe tO.."0(n) SUBSCRIPTION RATE $1.00 $7.40, pommo nto fnir .$.".."0(al0.2.'', year in advance. heifers, cxtrn $7.107.20, pood to Eighteen Years Old 't "und THURSDAY, POISONOUS (H NOVEMBER 12, 1914. WEEDS OF-M- fair .$4;30r$(i.2', cow?, extra $.7.1S0, good to elioico $.".25..0,'5, coHnmnn to fnir f".2k")(M, ennners $!I.2,)4. elioicjp $G.oO7, common to lllien, of a letter from Thos. Chairman of tlho State. DcmoerutifM Committee, expressing his apprrcia-tio- n if tlie aid given by Tlic,Ti nc 'n the reptnt election. Mr. Rhei 4t:itds that without the aid of the newxpnp. crs of the State it would have been impossible to carry flhe campaign lo a KUceexHt'iiI lenninntion, nnd the given wns appreciated by the partj-- i Tho Times has always lcen Dqiiio. pratie ii'nd loyal to the jarty since it wa1 first published eighteen years ago, and the present editor has ru ways imarked his ballot Minder the rooster, nnd will continue to do so. TIic nLdics Aid of the Christian Church met last Thursday nt the homo of Airs. Hnzclrigg, nnd after towns because they met their wives there, buTotiier knockers linvc other Lexington & Eastern Railway 7K It RIDER AGENTS WANTEB umirovej-ourincvsiNV 111 M pany' Eftdtbound. No. 1. Daily. Westbound, No. 4. Dally, raw hi KENTUCKY FARMS. HULLS 'Strong. Rolognns .G( JLH82fiM?t'5to now iryaTgraCett whj Sf" !" $f.03, extrn .f0.7.r, fnt bulls .fOi.'JT1 lengthy bulletin dnliag with fn.7.). MILCH COWSNo sale. weeds nnd poisonous plants, has just OALVES Strong, .0c to .ft per been issued by the Kentucky Experiment Station, and should be Tend by 100 pounds higher. Extra $12, fnir p.on'inon nnd levcry farmer in tho Staite. It is known to good $0(?f.U.7"-- , 183, and is entitled large f()tt.2."). its Bulletin No. "Some Kentucky Weeds nnd Poison- - ( IIOCS' Slow nnd generally "Op ous. (Plants." Tho bulletin was got - lower. Selected heavy .f7.707.7.", ten out as a result of many com- - good to choice packers an dbtitchers plaints during the past dry reason $7.Goffi)7.73t mixed packers $7.50(' that cattle were, being poisoned in 7.(!3, stags $4.75(a625. common to various pastures throughout the clioicc heavy fat sows ?3('7, lij!it State, and in some instances the an- - "lu'pivers $0:30(tt!7.r)p, pigs (110 lbs thor o tho bulletin, Dr. Harrison and less) $3676.30. SHEEP Steady, $.3.25, Extra Gaunan personally inspected the pns-- 1 turcs, and located the trouble in the trood to choice $4.733.13, common poisonous weeds that wcro being nl- - to ifair .fn4.C5. LAMBS Steady. Extra $8.7", Jowed to grow. In one case a pas-- . ,turo in Shelby county was inspected good to choice $3.23(fF8.03, common J t fair JGC. w, k and found to contain seventy-seve- n m .varieties of weeds and plants to which B the stock had access. Some of these QPflllT PBINO uTUU I OFlllllU wore black willow, polk root, wild black cherry, black locust, common Letcher Byrd was in Irvine Mon- T thilk weed and wild lottuce. In the past year hundreds of cat- - day on business. U 3 A. J. Curtis visited 'ais son, Man-- d,t foorses and mules have died in , son, at Camnrgo last week. Kentucky from "Forago Poisoning," Mr", and Mrs. C. F. Masters, of and the bulletin explains in detail the 'cause of much, of this, and alsojtells near Irvine, spent Saturday, night of preventative measures that may n"d Sunday with Mr. nnd Mrs. A. E. Sam's and attended meeting here tt Je adopted'. ' Most of the Troeds inatVnuse trou- - Sumlay- The residence of Eld. G. W. We in Kentucky aro brAight tf Intosh which is being remodeled is countries and mporVitions A , ', Mc-oth- er "i the business meeting dcligthful refreshments were served. Three new members were added, Mrs. Carr, Mrs. You- caf always make a "sure llnzelrigg and Miss Josephine Hnzcl- thing" mighty doubtful by betting rigg. The Aid is planning ifor a it. A drunken 4nan is just the same at Rummage sale nnd nlso for n heart as a sober man, only he uses to be held soon. less diplomacy. The sobet man will shake handi with you and go away There will be an entertainment nt, wishinglie could knrck your block Stanton' College Chapel November 19 off. The drunk will shake hands and 20. The principal part of the with you and then try ro knock your program will bo ' n rending, '.Mrs. block off. Wiggs, of the Cabbage Patch" nnd A bad temper is tlie' only thine that constant use won't wear out. "I.ovcy Mary," by Miss Beiilali A boy gets tirefl of having to ask of West Virginia. Miss his mother every time he wants to is a talented artist, and de go anywhere, so he goes and gets serves a good audience. married and has to ask his wife if lie can go anywhere, Adverti-in- g in Tlie Times brings results. Nearly every day some of LOST Between the depot and my home, a pair of silver frame eye- -, advertisers tell us that the results from tho space used are splendid glasses, in'p'urple lined case. FindIf you rend an nd. in The Times you er please leave at Times Office or at depot. "GEORGE MORRIS. inny be sure that the merchant who pays for it is a live one, and also Subscribe 'fo the Times while It that hundreds of others are reading a year. that same ad, just the same as you Is still 50 e'e this. are rending TRY THIS FOR YOUR COUGH. bn-za- nr ar, nr You caii 'always find someone to 1:58 P.M. second a motion to' adjourn. 4:04 P.M. What-ljabecome of the 5:00 P.M. penman who used to make a bird on a card and put ribbons in No. 3. the bird's, bill and write your name Daily. on the ribbons? 1:45 P.M. chair, he would have thrown the 11S0A.M, original'model in the fire. 12:02 P.M. Lexington 7 :05 A.M. 7:55 A.M. Winchester 8:15 A.M. L.&E. June. A GreeTcpoet invented the corA.M. Clay City set, but' if he had ever seen an old 0:27 A.M.' Cnmp.'jnnct. corset hanging over the back of q 10:18A.M. Mnlo'ney B:-I- 2:50 P.M 1:45 KM. 1:30 P.M. wm wmw a ivi ai i l:0dP.M 12:22 P.M. 11:10 A.M. 10:20 A.M. lNKAHTeWNnmldl4trlcttdH(1A&ndqhU)ttaMitii)loLatMeii(l nanctr ucrci rurnincu oy uu mucr Aiff nta r tw-jt-t rjb ho mnltlnemoiipr fA. nni,rull7'ai1(oitiwtnnJMa:lnlu?tratBfff no MunETNBQUiREOuntn you rfcolve and KblD to rniyoiM inywllfro ttl V, P. Wilfimit a nritt (Hfrtftltt mmicr, jroxilm(jnr.oiiniionr ten uma inmuaunnz ul,t h tlmvnumfi vi UlnlhAhlrrla Bn.l mil It ttAan tf tfut vrrn ivImIi. kcTpthW t . , .fjUionfiotwrfoctlyatlHllodorilonotwlilito tmi(u()(n"lfxoiilnne-(nt- . iibdid hlDltbtektouitourcionin.ind furnlith tlirhttrliest irrarie btcrctc His "BMrtTnoV nnec-Wr.uiuni rinuko dossiuio 10 make t one aman pront oiioto AOtnnl faetorr COM. You avo f 10 toga mliMtcmcn'a profits t7 of tn mid hfrotliomanu(acturfr'iieT)rantfobclilnrt your blcvelo. DO NOT BUY blcrcluor a Dlr ot tlm from onioiif ot anj price until you receiveiour catalogues and learn oar unhcarUot factum vrtctt and rmwrtnbie ttitcUil offen. YOU WILLIE ASTONISHED tb l06ndrftillif Liu flWM a ten tnalr von tlila tMi. Well IhaMttiMt rttA bletolM for Im tntmrnr tfan mt nthr ttrtntrx wa ar aAtlailM with f 1.10 DrYtflt UHI, yon cxn net) oarhlcyoVoiKWryr own namapUtv X ilmibia our prtaM, unnn n mu u uii imiiiu, 8KCONDHAMD BICTCLKt. WadonotnfQlartrhADdffMWOd-UlkdblCTtfM- . Them mi but nsnlAir hT number on bmnd tVn to trtvlor br mir Chic$ d reUII atom.imm roaimi cfrr irrm. mi if i mm toa io. iwcnpur Mriaia COASTER BRAKES, ftlnc lo vhlsf lmprtttf rolUf ln ami potf pnn, rtpaln Al nii ct fflKS?ia2'5 $ ONLY w . Jackson Haddix Hazard Whitcsburg McRoberts 9:48A.M 7:48 A.M. 10 A. 91 Hedgethorn retail vrtfm ttf ikrtm Punciure-Pno- f SulHiealmg Tires TO INTRODUCE, ivTMldP A SAMPLE PAIR Lexington 2:37 P.M. Winchester 2:55 P.M. L. & E. June. Clny City 3:28 P.M.j 4:12 P,M. , Camp. June. Moloney 5:00F.M. 0:00 P.M. Jackson G :13 P.M. Quicksand No. 5. Daily. 0:30 A.M. 0:47 A.M. 8:48 A.M. 10:3 A.M. :30 A.M. HOMORETR0UBLEFR0MPUNCTHRES Nalu, Juki er Olaia will not Ul tfc air out. hundred thousand ualra sold last rear. No. 2 nrXnniDTinu. Made In all sties. It i 19 lively nnd easy T very durablo and Jlned lnsldo wllh ' paily, rldlnr, quality of rublxr, whtch never bea special comes vurous and whlnh elfMei nn itniiill punctures wllhout allowlnir nlr to esc&na. Thev welo-Notleetho thick rubber tread 8.50 A.M. no more than an ordinary tire, theDunctnro resisting I "A" and puncture at rlps''B" uaiiuesoeinireircnuy several layers or uilu.speciaiiy and "D"!so rim atrip "H" 8:00 A.M preoarod fabric on tho tread. Tliereeularprlcoottlicso to provent rimetittlnc. This tln-- s H sio.CO per pair, but for advertising purucocs wo tlra will outlast any other 7:37 A.M. areniaklnir a special factory price to tho rider of only mako-SOF- T, ELASTIC and 54.80 per pair. All orders shlDDcd same day letter U 7 :00 AM received. WffVUl ahln O. O. li nn imimvil Vmi rln EASY RIDING. 4 .' tu.ucvuwiiaj a cent until you examfne and find them strictly as represented. A.M, U9 Wo will allow a caah discount of S percent (thereby maklr.ir tho prlco $4.05 per pair) If eHvprtfsment. OflDBR and pnrlnsn In 5:35 A.M. VOU sendusPULL CASH WITH may be returned at OUth1 oxpenso If for any Vnunin nnri.Ir not jendlnir an order as tho t Ires rca.son they aro R pent ui an aafe ae a bank. and examination. He 704 4:45 A.M tetlnf Actory 6ntlrea, von wm find an pcrftctu rellatlaeailer.moneyraster,towearti better, laetInlonaer andIf look orrtor' a pair ot these run finer that they wlu tide tye tire jonhareeTcr Med or price, rouwanf beeo well 4:31 A.M. thananr you will glee ne rour order. seen at anrtou to rood know that you willonce, faenrepleased that when tire elTtr a bleyele We want na a trial orderat this remarkabte lleilcethom JT 9mFFn T"IDTO don't bart any klndatanrptloenntllTonaendrorapalrof IntrrJuttorr lncinre-I'rootlresonapproral ancl trial at the special nCEU Catalogue which describee and quotes all tukee and frloe quoted a bo re; or write for our big Tire and snndrrhalf the nsiislprlres. of tires and blcrcte eonlpment and sundries at about it.. No. 6, a ilfa"l',,lwrlt,'ut01'-'l!,rTift MftiT vesflffff of tires from aorond ' notll rouDO NOTtheTHINK Of BUYINOoffersblcreleor analr wu ore making., know &ew and wonderful Daily. II eostsonlr tt NOW. 4 5:47 A.M, 5:00 A.M. 4 w B9BaVI vnit jri tO lw livi Jackson Haddix 5: 15 P.M J. L. RlEAD OfCLE COMPANY, OHIOA60, ILL Harard 5:45P.M 3:20 P.M. il Whitcsburg l :27 P.M. McRoberts l2:45P.I. J. II. SHYROCK, . C. C. to G. P. A. We are Showing REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE a Complete line of Clay City National "Bank At Clay City in the state of Kentucky, at tho close of business Oct. 31st, 1914. resourceI Loans and discounts un- CLOTHING, 4 f 82,875 53 A. T. Whitt, of the day City Natpeople keep cough- Thousands lins 'purchased' n new ional Bank, ing because u, hable to get tho right Remington auttfmtic shotgun, and is preparing to get this share of the birds remedy. Cougis are caused by of '. hroat and Brorioial In this county when the season opens, the is to Tubes. Want t X - Jy.) ' George Morris lnst..ipairJj)f gla'tSr es last week are Very highly valprotection law, The large "saw mill of S. G. Baker ucd by him as a keepsake. The Und Las been for several years, advocated' which has been locnted cn tho place U them to The of 'Squire McKiuney is .now nearly er requested- to return by Dr. Gorman. Times office or the depot through its contract and will sonn be This is one of the best bulletins 'that has ever been issued for fnrmers removed to Indian Fields, where Mr. An effort is being made by the Ufsi-n- c and it should be, read by every one in Bnker 1,as another large contract men of Clay City to estnh'h a ? sawing. Powell county. monthly sale day similar to ;lhe I John T. Wright is closing out his , county pourt snles held i nndjoining htoek ot goods at cost and will soon CLUB RATES counties. The plnn is to hold it on the quit the merchnndise business. WTe Saturday preceding Mt. Sterling iFor tho convenience of our subi have not learned what Mr. Wright county court day, and seven1 eat tie Bcribers, we "have arranged the club will engage in when he quits busi-rutand fetock buyers have stated 'nat with the following papers, ness. they will attend. It is probable that These may be withdrawn at any time. the first sale will be held ia DecemClub number one: NOTICE! ber. The Clay City Times, The Cinf The game and Fish Commission is cinnati Enquirer (weekly) $1.00. Rev. E. II. Ritchie will fiill his reg-ulsending a paid Special Warden into Club number two: appointment nt the Methodist The Clay City Times, The Ohio this county with instructions to Church Sunday rooming nnd evening. tlie law. Farmer (weekly), Today's Magazine There will also be sen-iceon Satur(monthly) 'Mccnll'srMagazhic(month- day night. The text for the Sunneqri.bg. completion. 12. Overdrafts, secured and 285 CC secured U.S.Bonds to secure circul'n 25,000 00 24,440 00 Bonds, securities, etc Banking-hous- e, furniture und fixtures, ....... .. 1.0000? Due from approved reserye voieed agents in uenirni Jieserre this Infl1imatnT.ake Dr, .Org's "New' Discbvtlvi it Ipenietn? . HTei reserve cities, $3,520.79 0,630 82 delicate mucofc' lining, raj-- ... 'ho Fr'aotionaLp'apercurrenoy, sj nickels, aim cents Phlegm and qilckly Telicves the-coLawful Money Reskrve ts Bask, viz: gested membra nes. Get a 50c bottle Specie $7,107 10 7,107 10 from your dm jgist. "Dr. King's New qu ckly nnd completely Redemption .fund with U. S. Discovery l.zaouu TreasTlopicir rn stopped my dough" writes J. R. $148,757 67 Total Watts, iFloydaje, Texas. Money back if not sntisfieaVbut.it nearly always n6-- Spring Goods, Slippers, Etc. - Call and see our Line and ggLur at Prices. We can fit you in Complete Style Low Cost. helps. LIABILITIES. es Otpttal stokpaid in $25,000 00 Surplus fund 8.C0O00 Old papers" tor sale at The Times' Undivided profits less expenses Office. andtaxes.pald 1,61101 Nat'l bank notes outstanding 25,100 CO Due to State and private Banks LETTERS. ADVERTISED 2C0.08 end Bankers, SHIMFESSEL'S "we DANIEL BOONE AXLE GREASE ar -- The following letters have been Individual deposits subject to 88,C45C8 check ndviertjscd by' lPsthistor O'Rsar; 74 (0 When calling ifor them, ask for "Ad- Cashier's checks outstanding Total JH!J,767 67 "f . These four for $1.25. Club number three: The Clay City Times, The Weekly Enquirer, Farm and Fireside, (semi-- (t monthly,) Household Journal and Floral-Lif(monthly,) Today's Mag-aziBoyn' Magazine (monthly,) '(monthly.) . These six for $1.23. Wre can also give you clubbing rates on any paper that you may want, no matter where it is published. e ne NOTICE! Get your Hunting License now nnd be ready for an early start, there will t , be a rush at the last minute. QUARTERLY MEETING CREEK AT CHURCH. HARDWICK'S meeting The quarterly Methodist church was held of the at Hard-Wick- 's lCrttek Cfliurch Sunklay, the jbervices being conducted by Dr, tDilaringj of L'e.tingt(n, Presiding Elder, assisted by tlie pabtor, Rev. E. II. Ritchie. CAR INSPECTOR TRANSFERRED. Georgo Morris, who has been car here for the L. & N. for sonic- time, hus been transferred to r Lexington, and the position nt Clay City will be dispensed with by the "failrotid for a short Uitte, Mr. Mor-ri- tf "fatelly will still remain here, at leasl for .the present. vertised Letter." Bob tWjcks, Stephen Netherly, Rev. R. II. Horton, Ben Friery, Overt YOUNG COUPLE MARRIED. day morning services will bo "The Gilbert, Jaar.es1' Cancrite, Ben II. Cotton, Miss Annye E. Ilemmnck, Mrs. Second Coming of Christ." !Miss Eddie Abncy, daughter of Sarah Risen and John Day. Mr. Bird Abncy, of Upper Hnrd-wick- 's T. J. Douglas, postmaster nt LeCreek, and Mr. WinfordiDav-in- s, Subscribe for The Times while It Mill, were married vee, lias beet busy ifor the past week is still 50 cents a year. of Vaughn at the bride's lidme last Saturday, hauling corn from here to his home. Squire Chas. Welch performing the He purchased GO barrels which was One Perennial Pleasure. everything Jn life grows monotonous ceremony un this usual Suppressive grown by Gran Hackwortli in the Times-Unioand happy manner. The young folks bottoms. The price paid was $3.10. except pa day. Florida are well known in the county, nnd Don't forget to bring iu t'ant corn are receiving the congratulations of "or The Times exhibition. You may a host of friends. get a prize, nnd anyway, you cin tee how your com shows up in compeAnnual Catch of Lobter . Send your phoes by parcel postt It Is estimated that the annual tition witli other com grown in the and have them repaired in (lie best catch of lobsters !n the world Is county. wny. and with tho bear material. Send money wifb.Jhe shoes. Prices: Indian summer is over now, aniMhe Men's HOW'S THIS? Half Soles, sewed 90c, nailcold weather is on ttlie way. Last ed 65c. We oiler One Hundred Dollars Re- year nt ( this time tliere was snow on ward for any case of Catarrh that the ground, although it turned mild Boys' and Woman's Half Soles, sewed 75c. nailld'BOc. cannot be cured by Hnll's Catarrh afterwards. Rubber heels, Jlen, B5c, Women 50c. Cure. Leather hcclsJfen, 35; Women 25c. V. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0., John W. Williams,' of near Stanton, Parcel post weVk' receives prompt at- We, the undersigned, have known shiped n carload, pf corn to his Carl (termon. , F. J. Cheney for the last 13 years, county furin laSt week. The price CHAS. BALMUT und believe him pertfectly honorable paid was $3 a barrel. Winchester, ky. in all business transactions and fobinancially able to carry out any NOTICE! ligations made by bis firm. JACKSON POWELL RANK OF COMNATIONAL The opfcn season for hunting beall(Klnds of Fire, Life. Writers of gins November 13, nnd every hunter MERCE. Tornado, Lightning and Hall Insur Toledo, 0. should procure his license before go-iance.. We are also agents for the into tho field. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inIllinois Surety Company and are preternally, acting directly upon the pared to do a general Bonding busi Egyptian Chicken Incubator. blood and mucous surfaces of the The incubator for. the hatching of ness. system. ' Testimonials seat free chicken seem JACKSON a new prooeia. POWELL Price 75 cents per hottle. Sold by yet the Egyptianto.ui have long reared Ltavllie Jackson Druggists. all chickens In this way, their mode be- was "sn ' Office In Court HoUSC Take Hall's Family Pills for con- - ing to use heated ovens. Kentucky' WtnehMtM-, stihatipn. s , op Kentucky, I County oy Powell, is' I. A. T. Whitt Cashier, of tho n hove named batik, do solemnly swenr that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge una belief. A. T. Whitt, Cashier. Subscribed und sworn to before me this 9th day of Nov., 1014 State And don't have to greate but once a week. Hade in Kentucky by CHAS. C. STOLL. OIL CO. Lexington, Ky. W. T. Adams, Judgo Correct Attest : James B. Hull, .Ino. D Atkinson, Frank It .Itus sell, O. ) 0. 1'. C. ) Directors Instructor Knew All About It. "How Is the law made?" asked tho In United States history. COUNTY COURT DAYS "Ob," replied the maiden, cheerfully, he senate has to ratify It: and then the president has to has to veto it; ind then tho house ot representatives Has to" she hesitated for a moment, and knit he.r pretty forehead. "Ob, yes! I remember now," she said. "The house of representatives has to adjourn until the next session!'' Vouth'a Companion. Toll. Anderson, day. Lawrenceburg, 3d . Mon- Owen, Owenton, 4th Monday.. Peiujleloii, Falmouth, 1st Monday.' Powell, Stanton, 1st Monday. Pulaski, Somerset, 3d Monday. Scott .Georgetown, 3d Monday. Shelby, Shelhyville, 2d Monday. Woodford, VersnSHea, 4th Monday.' Wayne, Monticello. 4tL Monday, ' ndurbon, iPnris, 1st Monduy. Uoylo, Dunville, 3d Monduy. If you want knowledge, you must, toll for it. If fdod, you must toll for It, and It pleasure, you must toll for It. Toll Is the law, pleasure cqmes through to!), and not by and indolence. When a man gets to love work bis lite is a happy one, Selected. Oreatbitt, Jackson, 4th Monday. Clark, Winchester, 4th Moudny. Eistlll, Irvino, 31 Monday. Fayetto, Lexington, 2d Mdnday. 'Fleming, Hemingsburg, 4th M0n- - ' " Something for Nothlnjj. Something can never be got for nothing, repeats tho wayside phlloBO- pher. On the contrary, there are some, things that can be got for nothing. Love is one, wnen iis.uuruijuimu. aov4 ; vice is anotner. t, . 1 of French Women. society women In Paris keep dolls, and also top dogs and other animals,, and Just before the death ot Caran d'Ache, the celebrated artist, both French men and French women used to buy the wooden dolls which be bad designed, and which were usu- - dny.. ally caricatures of notable people. Nicholas, Carlisle, 2d Monday. " Oldhhm, Ln grange, 4th Monday. Fdt Many Garrard, Lancaster, 4tb Mqnday Frnnklin, Frankfort, 4th Monday. Grant, Williumstowu, 2d Monday, , atb, Owingaville, 2d Monday. Henry, Newcastle, 1st Monday. Jessamine, Nioholasville, 3d Monday. llnrrison, Cynthiana, 4th Monday. Lee, Heattyville, 4'i Monday. Lincoln, Stanford, 2d Monday. Madison, Itichmond, lBt Monday. Mason.'Mayaville, 1st Monduy. Mercer,' Haxrodsburg, 1st Monday. Montgomery, Mt. Sterling, 3d Mou- Amended,' "That girl you Introduced me to is;, fireadfully slow." "Why, she said abb so bright and entertain-- " pg." "Did shet Yes, she's pretty, slow, but elle gets .there, just th,, same." , Radiancy qf Unselfishness. Unselfish and noble acts' are the most radjant epochs In the' biography ot souls. When wrought In earliest youth, they He In, the memory ot like t!:p corul UhinAs; gteeu and susny, . ' 8i, . amidst the DoctorTUomasV melaniqly'asta ot oen. " ' z. THE 3S. 11 V C fT Y TIMES Tht B3AND" PAQE THREE THE DISTANT HIULS HP. ' 1, HUNTERS ATTENTION November 15th., the game Reason opens .on the Quail and Rabbitts. ; I. By Lucien.Bcckiicr. The distant hills arc calling Across the sl)inineriiiK plain ; And my heart Is longing, longing, That those hills it may attain. "SHIELD The Clothes You Want To Buy At AT 9I2.50 In n ffondnr Spoclal fn'Our $IO.OO $15. OO Numbers And The Price You Want To Pay Here lie the fallows of my life In mil yvitli duty's grain, And there the streams nm gurgling, Filled with the summer's rain, Beyond the dreamy hollows Reach up into the plain, Which stretches on to meet the The New Models In "Shield Brand" Clothes ARE HERE We have never felt so good over-the r I i How about your hunting outfit? hills That I would fain attain. The HillS of Hope, are calling Across the Dreamland plain, And my heart is longing, longing, That those hills Annie, it 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. We tfave the most complete assortment of 3 ' ' For be it known that the'"Shield Brand" line of 4." Winchester and Remington and Repeating Guns ever Self-Loadin- may attain. of Mr, , g tho flittlo daughter and Mr. Jamos "Harnett, of Wnlters-ille- brought to, this city -- if seriously ill. .Prof. fl. S. Land, principal of the Clnv Citv Graded Softool, came over for this season represents the 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 Suits atod Overcoats greatest Also a5 complete line of shells with a load to please every fancy. Tribune. Tuesday to vote.-K-t- ill Miss Leln Mjorefleld and Miss of Winchester, who. lmve been visiting their cousins, Mrs. James Harnett and Mrs. Kdgnr I'nt- ton, of Waltorsville. returnee to their h, Fall and Winter Fashions You are cordially invited to call and see the Beautiful New Sty les as shown in the New and Handsome Fashion Book of the homes Monday. Hunting coats to please and fit you. COME TO SEE US FOR YOUR :: : Mr .and Mrs. W. T. McGuiro visited friends in Jackson from Saturday to Monday. Mis. J. B. Pcere, acting editor of the Marcflicwd Mountaineer visited her sister, Mrs. E. 15, MeCflone, for a few days Inst week. Rev. L. F. Mann conducted services at Elkatawn Sunday. Jas. Toler and fjVmily are spend-in- ? a few days n St. Helens, visiting friends and relnthrs. Al P. Keith made a business trip" to Louisville Wednesday. Dock Dclinrt wtjfdown 'from Stan- Ion Wednesday o: usiness, IL Green Gar: of Wirichester, y. was in town Mo: Win Mrs. J. II. Iln er, here for a few dV Rev. E. II. Ritfliic, was. in town 5 Tuesday. A. E. Freft'Ii returned TuesMrs. day from Milfonp Bracken county, where she went Sunday to attend the funeral of herV. uncle, Mr. N. M. Victor Ladies Tailoring Company of Chicago The Leading Ladies Tailoring House in the Country This company makes a specialty of Made to Measure Suits, Coats. Dresses and Skirts, made to order according to your individual measurements in any style and material of your selection, or of your own material. High-Clas- s HUNTING OUTFIT : : : Also a complete line of Ready to Wear Cloaks. Waists, Petticoats, Corsets, etc. Furs, Dresses Gmbbs Cor. Main and Broadway. & Benton Winchester, Ky. .Mi- -- 1 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 the lowest prices. I of a perfect fit and highest class workmanship a 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. Kennnn. mm Kate Daniel- - was in NOTICE I !icter last Thursday, shopping". Mr.--. Cliff Haggard, of Clark Get your Hunting Licence before, county, was tlie jnet of the family you go into the field, ami avoid the i.f J. K. Burgher ln- -t week. Kmcry Ciiiif, formerly head 'book- possibility of arrest. keeper for the Hroadhend-Gnrre- t When in Winchester see the latest ! j i., And now leneral Manager of ItJio Reliance Mfg. Co., at Jackson, pictures at tho Colonial. Why Currants Are Good for Us. V. C. Lacy, of the FnmwcrV Hank, inCurrants, In spite of thelr-rathe- r Owing-vill- e, was in Clay City over significant placo on our bills of fare, are decidedly beneficial to humanity. Sunday. For their chief constituents, potash, fleorge Wiggin, J. C. Katou and tartaric acid which gives them their Hee-- e Shimfe-s- el lli-- s were in Lex- sharpness and gTape sugar, all easily digested substances, all have value. ington Tuesday. especially, harp on IFrcd Ware was down from Stan-tu- n English dletlsts, qualities of this tho Tuesday. email frulf. OHio Young:, of Winchester, was intown 'Monday on business. NOTICE! Mrs. 0. C. Meccliam visited friends in Jackson laRt week. Is is against the law to hunt with-ou- t Ifev. J. C. Hanley, President of lifeuc, and nil persons intending Stanton College, was in town Mon- to hunt should take out a license. day. The Stanton College is recognized as one of the finest in the State LOG LICK. and the good, work it is doing is largely duo to Hie energy of the popThere wns u social gathering at health-preservin- MRS. J. W. WILLIAMS, CIAY CITY, KENTUCKY. Agent For Victor Ladies Tailoring Company, Chicago. Prompt Service, Perfect Fit and Satisfaction Guiranteed and Pric:s Always the Lowest. ild acquaintances. iicli brief. The l'ie .upper wu filled I'rulay night, the luue w to uvorllowimr, and tln pic- - bnmght sroitd price-- , about f'JU.OO wa- - realized. Mr. Lewi- - I'iug. -- 3 Saved GirFs Life "I want to tell you what wonderful benefit I have received from the use of Thedford's writes Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky. "If certainly has no equal for la grippe, bad colds, liver and stomach troubles. I firmly believe saved my little girl's life. When she had the measles, they went in on her, but one good dose of Thedford's made them break out, and she has had no more trouble. I shall never be without Black-Draught," ! 11 High Grade Clothing I Best dressers can appreciate the quality of IfAllT SCttAFXMl' d JIAll.Y CLOTHRS When in Winchester call and see At $10,00, BLOOMFIELD SPECIALS $12.50, $13.50, $15.00 i Lee Bloomfield North Main St. Co. 'Winchester, Ky. Sanitary Bakery When you want good Bread and Cakes, baked in a SANITARY SHOP and made of the best materials, try the SANITARY BAKERY, of Winchester. . Fresh every day at, JAMES BLOOM'S. tSaintary Bakery LEWIS RUPARDKy. Winchester, ular president. The family oT C. J. Winkler, who was operator at the depot here .for some time, and who was transferred to Jackson a short itme ago, left Wednesday to joii hiiri there. K. J. Pierce, of Lombard, was n business visitor in town "Monday. Mr. Pierce dins charge of the rebuilding of the Urondhend-finrre- tt mill at Xadn. Mrs. Hattie Blair, of Morehend, in visiting her cousin, 'Mrs. A. T. Whitt. Mi- -s Otie Webb and Mr. Oitrfleld Webb, of 01dtowi, Ky., who have been visiting their sister, Mrs. D. II. Motherly for some days have return-le- d to their home. j llev. I). II. Motherly will preach at Pharis Hill church, in Clark county, Sunday. Thy Udies' Aid of the Christian Church will hnvo a Hood nn'd Hura-- I mage sale Novrtnbcr 25. They are also planning for a bazuar to be held I inDecember. I , ' eiioolteaeher at Trapp. together with hi- - brni.tcr Januv- - and John lai- - tmni the formers uncle in were thi- - community over Saturday ami Sunday. We were glad Sunday morning t e.tvnd to I!ither l.cdfonl tlie ulad hand of welcome, lie will now be f with regularly in -- ingiiig and ciiurch work. There was a Halloween Social SatI '.mum urday night given by Mi. (Ira o and .Mae Clay and her Mr. J. II. Mutherley's WeilneMluv Mary. (Inice who - working in tho renight in honor of Misd Iilu Haiiiuy. Saiiitaiy Hal;erv in Wiiiehc-te- r (if 'young folks were turned j it t in tiiro tor the -- ociai. A large number The young folk- - were present anil a hplcndid time was en Chine.-They were etc. joyed by all. Mis Itainey, who has -- pecimea-, Jwen usitiny iMr. Ma.therley'8 the certainly it pat week, in highly educuted and al- 'Cemcd that ov.e id' the ma'ii object-o- f the good time was to identify to a bplemlid lmisici;i,ii', she lives at array. Thi- -, 'I'ilot View, aiaf is on iileal Sunday tho-- e in their school teacher and a popular young Ik wever, wa very dilllciilt. all report lady of tjmt community. a nice lime and nil enjoyable time. Hcv. Daniel Mat'berley preached at The Patrons Day exercises were largely ntteruied IFriday evening, and this place Sunday morning and Sunbeemingly much enjoyed, Tho com- day night. The attendance was good in arriving, munity spanker responded promptly as the people were-Ju- to mid delivered fine mldrosAei on the tho Sunday school was omitted. The subjects assigned them. Mr. Jl'rith-erle- y pntjtor ha- - only one more appoint-Jinbrought out some very deep'timl at llii- - place for thi conference interesting thoughts relative to tlu ear mid a special meeting was call-cuDftd-tiiorigin and history of the Sunday of church member) for i'n7ilay Xo'v. 8, at '2, p. in. for (he bciiooi. Air. nerr brought nit some very interesting und pructioitl poiqU purpose of considering a pastor for along the line of . cooperation reln'-tiv- e the i coming year. All interofted to jiarenls and teuchers, Qth-er- s should p!ca-- c tako notice and ho ure equally deserving of coWojilht 'resent at this important meting. Tho exercises by the school were The little daughter of Sir. am) Mrs. u-e, odd-lookigoi-geont J, ig m Black-Draug- ht Black-Draug- ht BLack-DraugH- T in my home." For constipation, indigestion, headache, dizzi- ness, malaria, chills and fever, biliousness, and all similar i ailments, Thedford's has proved itself a safe, reliable, gentle and valuable remedy, 41 If you suffer from any of these complaints, try Black- Draught. It is a medicine of known merit Seventy-fiv- e jff years of splendid success proves its value. Good for gi young ana oiu. for sale everywhere. Price 25 cents. J g Black-Draug- ht J S J Jj J ML Ida Kuinej, of Hedge, has returned home after a lew davs vt-- lt of near Winchc-ie- r, have returned jwith her Iricnd laura Matherley. plea-aMr., and Mr- -. Win. White, of thin home alter with relatives at this place. place, are ih.:ling relative near Clay JIN- - (Irace (lay, of Winchester, City. Mr. Sidney Adams, of Ituukcrville, spenl Saturday ai:d Sunday with her father and mother. spent Saturday night and Sunduy filled his with Author .Matlierly.. Kuv. I). II. Matliurley regular iippmnltnuiit at this place Mis Allie Smiwdeu hus returned Sunday. homo after a week visit with rela-'tivMr. Ton Adum- - and. his sJelen at this place. Horn, to the wife of Charley Will-i- a Stella made nbufciuoss trip to towu , us, an eight pound girl. Fi-h- er, ut -it os Tuei-dtiy- Hugh Joiie- - i ill at thi- - writing. 1). Mr. and Mr- -. Sunp.-o- n H page four. IT ' H tJ&V A Y 0,1 T.Y TIM EI IRON MOUND. Bffi Gome to Our Store And let vc carry. m PILOT VIEW. GOOD BANKING SERVG E show you what n nice line of goods Our ttock of Dry Goods, Notion', Groceries, IIardvar, L'lotliing, Shoes nntlutc. is is yours for the f replete with I asking at the Variety, Style and Quality. THIS COMBINED WITH OUR CLAY CIIY NATIONAL BANK Low Prices M.iku it to Clay City, Ky. I Capital Stock --- f i $ $25,000.00 $10,000.00 $25,000.00 JMiU.UUU.uu your interest to give us a good share We of tSurplus and Profits. your trade. Shareholders Liability strive to ptense our customers are our best assets. We pay 3 per cpnt Interest on Sa we knowsatisf led customers v t ings deposits. Yours to please, I WALDRON & JOHNSON, CAPITA! STOCK, HUHPLUS AND UN DIVIDED pkopits, THIS ; SIOO.OOO 'i ,1 Waltersville, Ky. " aoo.ooo Winchester Bank, OP; WlKOIINTER. Kir, u ?1 Hardwick 6 Company FALL AND WINTER GOODS Our Fall and Winter goods are now in, and we invite you to call and see them. We know your wants and are prepared to supply them, and at prices that will save you money. "High Quality-LoPrices" is our motto. Are sole agents for Queen Quality shoes ior womShoes for men, Hart Schaffner en, Walk-Ove- r & 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 Floui at 75c per 251b., or $3.00 per hundred, Monarch Flour 70c per 251b. sack or $2.80 per hundred-eversack to satisfy or money refunded upguaranteed on return oi what is left after trying it. Roasper pound. ted coffee c w ij X. IIOI-L.- Witiiehsi'oon. Php.s, 11 V. T?. NntfAM. AHUIKlf. YOUR ACCOUNTS SOtilCITKD U y ?,,Vf Sfij, SfiZS-S- StS. tttt mi K n are found at E. Fisher & Co. Winchester, Ky. Prices To Suit All. Nothing Too Large. Nothing Too Small. TREES. Fruit trees, and Ornamental Shrubs, Grape Vines, Hhubnrb, Asparagus, Peonies, Phlox, l?oes, etc. EVERY THING FOR ORCHARD, LAWN AND GARDEN. S'O AGENTS y 12-l-2- FREE CATALOGS Hardwick STAMTON, & Company KENTUCKY. H. F. HILLENMEYER & SONS, Lexington, Ky. to deo 1. Aunt Harriet" Shnrpe imd .Mrs. Mrs. James 1). Stono who was Thoraah two of tho oldest taken to Jticlimond Hospital is imJlobcrt women In this neighborhood epent proving nicely. Monday with (Mrs. Willlnm Hupard. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Bcrryman, of Mrs. Slinrpo la In r 83rd year uml Tropp, visited relatives Jiere recently. gets about remarkably well for one Mr. Dick (Puckctt has returned to of her age, walking a mile and a ihis (home in Indmnn after a delightful visit with his (laughter, Mrs. Jim rjunrter to make this visit. Mrs. J. Q. Boone and' daughter Wills. Mary Clay motored from Winchester Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Stem was tho and spent (Friday with Mrs," William guest of Mr. nnd Mrs. Johnson HarItupnrdi ris, Saturdny1. and 'Sunday. Mrs. T. J. DclmVey has returned and Mrs.'CInudhill, of Pcnn., home after u two weeks visit with is visiting the' form'cr't parents Mr. her son Mr. W. T. Dclaney, of Cin- nnd Mrs. Howard Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Wills spent the cinnati. Mr. and Mr. C A. Itupard left past week with Mr. nnd Mrs. Jack Saturday to spend a week iu Lexing- Wills. Mrs. Cora 'Pattwn was the guest ton witJi Mr. 'E.' M. Jones. Miss Gertrude and Willis Parido, of Mrs. Emma 'Puckctt Sundny. Mrs. Marion Stamper nnd children of Jloorcsvillo, arc spending the week visited relatives in Clark county Sunvitl their aunt, Mrs. C. A. Rupard. Mrs. Henry. Qirisenbcrry returned day. . .Misses Hhodn and Snllie Cottmnn home Sunday from (Pittsburgh, been visiting spent Saturdny afternoon with Alice whero'he has relatives for the4' past month. She and Snllic Stone. Misses Mnlinda, Lena, Mnry nnd was accompanied Ihomo by her sister were the pleasant Miss Sue Garvcr, who will spend the Jo.ie Pnckett iruests of their uncle Prank Puckctt, winter here. ' "Sir. mwl Mrs. Clayton iHisle and Friday. Misses Tompie and Alice Stone children motored to Lexington re I were the pleasant guests of Mrs. Jim cently to visit relatives. Mr. Richard iWillinms, who has Wills recently. Mr. nnd Mrs. Dill Stone have re been confined! to his room for the turned to their home ni Paris after past week, is able.to.be out. Iter. J. T. Turpin, pastor at the spending a few dfays with relations Corinth church, will preach at the here. Sir. Shelby Gains who has been in Huckeyc school house Sunday night, Virginia for some time has returned N'ov. 8. to his home here. Miss Burnie McTntosh was the UNION CITY. pleasant guest o Miss Mi nine Stone, Horn, Wednesdny to Mr. nnd Mrs. Sundny. ' Mr. Cecil McGuire visited his pnr-enJohn Green, a son. nt Irvine Saturday night nnd Miss Nancy Hamilton is very much Sunday. improved from her sick spell. "Mr. and Mrs. Bnscom Palmer and iMrs. Shelby Harris- - spent Monday with her mother, Mrri. Herbert Hcflin. childreni were tho pleasant guests of Everybody in this- neighborhood is Mr. and Mrs. Andy Pnlmcr Saturday through sowing wjeat and arc very night nnd Sundny. Mr. Willgus Newton spent n few busy husking corrj. Mrs. Nannie Harris lost a very days recently with his parents near valuable mule last veck from an un- - Irvine. known cause. Jrr. nrad Mrs. Arthur Hurris, of Several from hi 5, attended court Pilot View, 3Ir. nnd Mrs. Albert :n Richmond "Mori. Bw n'nd reported Chisra and Mr. Charley 'Pnckett spent 4! the market for kinds of stock Sunduy- - with Mr. and Mre, Samuel 1 , r much Puckctt; better thn last coiftt. Mr. nnd ,5Irs. Pnlmer and children Mr. Ruth Babor'sold his farm of visited tho formers parents Satur:io acres to ,Mr. IVest for .$930. day. Quito a ynrgo owd attended the pie super at College Hill Saturday (Rabbittown.) I',! night. Parents Day will be held' at the Mr. Shelby Hurris bought Satur- school houso hero, Friday Nov. C. day from Jrr. Black. 20 head of cat- Its purpose is to .bring the parents tle at G cents u Wound. iu closer touch with Hie school. MK Miss Market Reut Jett entertuin-e- d Mutherly the teacher extends a cor finite n number of her young dial invitation to all. Come hell) the friends Snturdjiy night with: a social. course ? Education. Mrs. Matt Turpin, of Brookstown, Corn gathering seems to bo in full spent from Saturday until Monday blast here. with Mis Mnrv 'Edwards, of Corbin, Hallowe'en passed away nicely and ipiictly. Everybody seemed to keep Died, Tuesday, Uncle Ooncnve their senses und real fun had its Green with complication's of diseases sway. ago about 85 ynrs,che leaves a wife Mr. Geo. Dope made a buwiiess and five children to mourn his loss. trip to Winchester last week. Tiie bereaved family Jinve the sympaMis Allie Snowdon of this place, thy of the entire .pommunity. is visiting relatives at Log Lick. The birthday dinner given by Mr. Mrs. Oscar Dawson continues nnd Mrs. Sim Turpin, Sunday was a ipiitc ill. grand affair and was very much en Several from this plnce will attend joyed by all who attended.' the singing school nt 'White Hull be Mr. and Mrs. George .Noeland had ginning Wednesday night. Prof. A. as their guest Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. N. Lcdford will be the teacher. Robert Turpin, and Mr. and Mrs. .Miss Cora Parrih is on the sick Robert Harris. list. Starck Pianos No Money InAilvnnoeJ lon Gnnr nntoe 1 LowentNet f SntUlno. ''. - Foot opy PrloBH Tartan Baa lent A. Saving oi SlOO to P A. STARCK PNISIOCNT S200FooFrom ter; Direct Wo Will shlD vnu a hfntltl ftll Stnrrk Plnnn fnr fin .Inn' fr.. Irl.l In vnnr homo. No cooh payment required. All we ask Is that you will slay upon. uso and test this piano for 30 days. If, at the end of that time, you do not find It the highest Rrade. sweetest toned and finest nlnno In every way. that you have ever seen for the money, you aro at perfect liberty to send It back, and we will, In that event, pay the frolght both ways. This Starck Piano must make good with you, or there Is no sale. 30 DAYS' FREE TRIAL Save $150.00 or Mere We ihln direct to rou from otir factory, at nricet that tare you upward, ot 150.00 In the we guarantee to furnish coat of your piano, you a better piano for the money than you can accure elsewhere. You are assured of recelrlnit satisfactory piano. a 25-Ye- ar Easy Payments You pay no cash down, but after 30 daya of trial, you can begin payment on the low-ea- t, easiest terms ever suggested by a piano manufacturer. These terms are arranged to wilt your convenience, and it la possible to buy a plsno for your borne, withou missing the money. . IPemi'-sylvnni- a', tweet toned durable high grade Guarantee aiaron os Tlano Is guaranteed for S3 year.. This guarantee has back of It our 35 jrrari of piano cinerlenee, ami the reputation of an responsible piano house. Erery Starck 2nd-Ha- nd Bargains Player-Pian- 50 Free Musio Lessons To every purchaser of Starck Pianos, we gte tree music lessons. In one of the best known schools In Chicago. These lessons you ran take In your own home, by mall. Thla represents one year'a tree Instruction. We hare constantly on hand a large number ot slightly used and second hand pianoa ot all standard makes taken in exchange for new Etarck Pianos The followand Player-rianoing are a few sample bargains : e Starck the best and most beautiful Player Pianos on the You will be demarket. lighted with the many exclusive features ot these Weber Stelnway Chickering Kimball ..j will be pleased very wonderful Instruments, Starck second-ban- $110.00 02.00 00.03 95.00 105.00 low prices at which they can be secured. with the and . Send for our latent complete Send today for our new beautiully Illustrated piano look which gives you s large amount ot information regarding pianos. This book will interest and please you. Write today. Piano look Free bargain list. P. A. STARCK PIANO CO.. 1384 Starck Bid.. CHICAGO. STANTON COLLEGE, ts 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. . ijj ' For Information Write' to- - i Rev. J. C. Hanley, President, Stanton, Ky. STRING INSTRUMENTS I carry a good line of string in 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 is still 50 cents Subscribe for The Times while It a year. BL00MINGDALE. CLEANING AND PRESSING. eJ. DANDEALER JACKSON IN A SPECIALTY pruniMly uktaltiram it' I v jmilrtr. OR NO riE. Stit.l r.L'l;'li( M nW ur I'liulu, lor (HI IMlrhltlhlJily. 1'ritrtlt prdCt i New and Second Hand Furniture UPHOLSTERING AND REPAIRING Send 2 ivnu la Miniip. lttTitinl.1 ImmIc on HOW TO OBTAIN .ml SELL PATENTS. r.,T II lurilirr, llllW III K llini vur. w Uw auu utlnr vatiubla luturuuitluu. lut.at D.nn RiriKLnuii. Ir Corner Broadway and Maple St. KENTUCKY WINCHESTER, n LAWYERS. 1303 Seventh St., Washington, 0. C.J 'i f wb 1 1 PATENT UUI AN ACTIVE LIVER MEANS HEALTH, RYE AND TIMOTHY SEED Need any Fence, Gates, Roofing, Cement, Sewer Pipe? Write us. We sell the Owensboro Wagon, the best one made. OUR PRICES ARE ALWAYS RIGHT. Bedford WINCHESTER. V & Tuttl KENTUCKY. If yon want good heulth, n clear t'unplexhm anil freedom from Dizzi ltillimismss.s, Citiistipatiin,t 1ii'n HcadachcK and Indigestion, take Dr. King's New Lifo PilU. They drive Gnmboe. jj nut fermenting and uniadigested Misses Minnie Haggard and ElizaConfoods, clear tliu Iilood and care beth Speore'x speiitFrlday night with stipation. Only 'J.'n'Tit your druggist. Mary nnd EtH:wi Gumboe. Albert Ganiboe.nnd wi'e visited Old papers for save at The Times the former' larenU ,one day Jast Office. week.. JBWM""' .- Thomas Adams spent .Friday night with their daughter Mrs. John Stoue. The pie supper, was well attended ul the Conkwright school house and every out seemed to' enjoy it. Toez, the little daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Hugh Niblice lind tie misfortune to get a peie'eof glass. in her eye, we Jiopc Hint fhe will not lose .' , her eye. Mr. TiUninn iPiggj' nnd daughter, Miss Emma , uudjiwo children pent Tuesday with Mrs.'M. E. Garaboe Airs. J. C. Haggard land two daughters Miss Minnie a'lwl Kate yji spent Wednesday Jwith Mrs. M. E. Mr. nnd 'iMrs. I am ready to do your Cleaning and Pressing. Bood work r guaranteed and charges reasonable. Orders left with J. Bloom will receive prompt attention. Harris Friedman GENERAL MERCHANDISE, CLOTHING, SHOES, ETC. . WINCHESTER, TRACY 4 KENTUCKY JAMES WILLIAMS. o. AND STOKLEY J. H. Lacy & Co REAL ESTATE HOUSES CITY pHEaiEaMBfiSBBKJi .HaBSHEacaSBBaBBlaar ZM Real Estate and Insurance. We Buy and Sell Farm nnd City Property of all kinds. We have 6ouie nico ffirtus in Clnrk and adjoining R"" jjj- - counties for sale or rent. Write ua what you want. We write all kinds of Insurance. TRACY AND ST0KELY. Office, Main Street, Winchester, Ky. Uncle Eben. "You can alius Judge by facial expressions," said Uncle Eben. "An oyster dat's Jes' beln' opened mua' be rnls'able, an' yot It look like It'a SALE AND RENT. PROPERTY A .SPECFOR IALTY. ; Room 200 McEldowney B'idg. WINCHESTER, Phew 94 X KENTUCKY Where to eat in Winchester, and they will tell you Our JONES' RESTAURANT Cor. Main & Broadway laughln'." Our wife, comments a westers news, paper man, Is one ot those women who aren't content tq be taken, for their daughter's;!jts Tpgy went to be taken for their daughter's daughterto be takeu tor their own grand daughter, so to speak. Wt. , .. , i . m JS 4'