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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): November 19, 1914 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1914 cla1914111901_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 19, 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. 6) THE CLAY CITY TIMES. iM. p. O'MARA. Owner and Publisher We are Here to Help Clay City, the .Surrounding Country and Ourselves. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. 5 VOL. XIX. CLAY CITY. KY.. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER. JH WU. cuit Judge NO. 47 at. the next election. The writer doe not know much Loses Texas Home. Judge" J. II. Hardwick, of Win- about Mr. Shackelford hut wo do chester, was here during Circuit not see any need of changing This week we bring The Times Already the politically amhi Court. The Minmi Chief, published at Circuit. Judge at thistime. Judge Minmi, Texas, 1ms the following back to ttg original size of five tious are preparing for business Hon. Kelly Kash, of Jackson, Benton is considered one of the ii'-that concerns a family who column 8. This is done in ro for next year, and annoucements was here during Court in the in- best Circuit Judges in the state formerly resided in this county nnd sponse to t ho solicitations of a ate now being made by those; terest of a client. of Kentucky and has won au large number of our subscribers who intend to seek for" honors in who hve many relatives here: reputation as Judge of who said that they preferred the Kentucky at tho p'rjmary in Au Mr. Banford White, of Irvine, 'Monday night of this week the this District. The leading men Lieutenant-Governo- r was here this week in the interresidence of Crusie Christepher old sizo to the larger sheet. In gust 1015. of Kentucky are demanding of order to continue printing the E. J. McDermott, of Louisville est of his land suit. burned to the ground with all con him that he announce himself increased amount of news nnd hns already announced that he (Hiitn. The cause of the fire is un Mrs. Carrie Skidmoio wap very for Governor, but he feels that advertising which we have been will be a candidate for Governor known. About 1 o'clock one of the he can render to this district sick lust week from awakened by the carrying, it will be necessary to and several others are expected tmys upstairs was a real service yet, that of put to announce at oncefapiongthem ami rupturing a lining of the uoie and immediately awoke the run more pages, and this week bpiiii' ting down vote buying and wo have six pager!, with the pos Ktatn Auditor RouwnrMi. stomach. other folks, and hardly had the sellimr. We do not know what sibility of having eight in the Attorney General Gar'nett, Com Mr. and Mm. Ben Sewell, of Mr. boys cme down before the roof fell Shackelford would do usUir near future. missioner of Agriculture .1 W Jackson, were visiting at tho in Th whole family barely es'cap cuit Judge but we have rrieif McChesney. Imnie of Win. Hardwick over Newman, and H. V. ed the- fUmes and out of fourteen Judge Benton and we have found it is also expected that Congress Su inlay. dood Report of Clay City Bank. occupant not one of them saved him true. You can search the man A. 0. Stanley will enter the their cooes or hats and only one lit Mr. Dave Lucas, of Lee coun records of the Court of Appeals Attention is called to the half race, although he has made m tv, moved his family into the and you will seldom find where tie girl saved her drees. oflicial announcement, other than "No insurance was carried on page advertisement of the Clay house he boudit of Fred Black Judge Benton's decisions have will for City National Bank in this issue. to state that he has 'been peti burn this week. the building. The family been reversed. 'Today his deci-iovot the, precnt occupy another honee This bank is one of the strongest fioiiedby over ten thousand are recognized as correct. Miss Katie Jackson returned However, Mr. in the state as their regular re ers of the state to make the nice, on the ranch. home last, week after a five The writer has nothing to say iiu-sreports as There was some tuik of Senator Christnpher states that he will ports snow. Mr. Shackelford. He published in The Times every Camden making the race.. but- St weeks visit with friends in many seems like a fine man build a new houM in the near fu. but we bewill, as he p i i ts of the state. few weeks, are not picked by the is not thought that he lieve that "a bird in the hand i Hire. Mr. Hettie Hardwick and lit worth two in the bush." bank officials when their deposits cares little for the political hon would make the best showing, ors, and was satistied'witn oemg tie grandson, Jack, who has been Ladles' Aid Society. A large quantity of fruit trees but are selected by the (Jump elected to the short term in the visiting his grandmother, left to were shipped here this past week troller of the Currency. On the Senate. Judge J. H. 'Hazelrig day for Winchester where Mrs for the dilierent personp who hud The Ladies' Aid Society of the occasion ut the last report of the who is a strong opponent of both Hardwick wil visit for a while, M. K. Church had a very pleasant ordered them. Many cime mid prohibition and equ$l suffrage, Joeaijbank, thekdeposita had Jn Mr. A. L. Co tins will move got their trees meetins Wdne'sd'ay af ternoorr creasea several tnousatiu dollars liasa sobeeif. m en f but u number of ' as wxjj, tortil frfe ofhers navV'W'comV and with Mrs. Q'Rear. Kefreshments in the three days 'succeeding the as Judge John F. Hager ana mi fiiTTarnlrytl) "if"" were served nnd a delightful so report, but this increase did not nis Vansaut. If all these nine ison county Monday of this com looks as if they did not intend to cial honr was enioved. The so show in the report, in spite of men enter the race for the Dein ing week. A new man will take fake them This is a favorite trick of some people and it is one iety then adjourned to meet which it was one of the best re ocratic nomination, it will be an his place as depot agent. Our former editor ot the Clay ot tne lowest down the next time with Mrs. J. B. ports published by any bank in interesting fight In this cnun th.it Nov. 25. It is hoped that ty Lieutenant. Governor McDer Citv Tunes, Mr. J. E. Burgher there is. The writer looked over the state. mII members will be present on mntt has a ttrong following, and was here attending Circuit Court the names of those who have not this date. if Senator Camden decided to and mingling among his many taken their frees and he was sur Hunting Season prised that they were so lowwouia ununuor make the Opened Sunday. edlv null race tie votes, but it is friends. many Called to See Sick Daughter. lit down as to do such a thing. Of Mrs. Mollie Crawford and hardly likely that he will enter, tie daughter, Ollie Martel, who course some will still come and The hunting season opened get their trees but there ar Mr. Day Daniel left Wednes Sunday, and early Monday morn Probably the most popular can. have been visiting with the home with the voters here would folks fur several days, returned many who had no intentions of day for .lamescourt, Mo., where ing a large number of local nim didate his daughter, Mrs. Lucy Moore, rods weie out trying to get a shot be Congressman Stanley, and it to their home in Jackson Tuesday taking them when they ordered them. Had the fruit tree agent Particulars of at the "early bird", which, ac is almost assured that he would of this week. is seriously ill known them as well as they are her illness could not be learn- cording to all accounts, proved receive a big majority. A Thanksgiving entertainment known here he would not have ed, Mr. Daniel having received rather elusive, as the majority of will be given at the Morris creek taken their order without his pay n telegram saying that she was the hunters Child Dies After Short Illness. school houte by the school Tues- in advance. One of returned with slim the agents come at game bags Birds are scarce yet, dangerously ill and to Annie, the little daughter of day night, Nov. 21. This eu.er has over $150 worth of trees lett Mrs. Moore had intended although hunters claim uee. that tatiiiuent will consist of mono to vsrit her father here lat there are plenty of them in the Mr. and Mrs. Henry Frazier, died logues, dialogues, plays, etc. on his hands due to these people veek, but was unable to come. county, and good sport is being Tuesday night after a few days Everv body come. It will be refusing to come after their trees. Some have been delayed in get- illness will bronchial pneumonia. furnished for those whr. have a The child was apparently quite well worth your hearing. ting their trees and this article good dog and gun. A large num A new post office is to be es well on Sunday, and her sudden Circuit Court opened up Mon has no reference to them but on- tahlished in the county ut South ber of rabbits have also been death was a great, shock to the day with Judge J. M. Beuton ly to the one wlu intended to debrought in, and they appear to Fork, and Mr. C. B. Morton has parents, who have the sympathy presiding. He gave n very vig fraud when he gave the order. liecii appointed postmaster. The be plentiful. of their many friends in their orous instruction m mo granu Any one desiring to get some new iUi-(- , which has been nam trouble. jury on the usual viuianons oi good trees cheap had better come C idu, is three miles from New Stockyards the law. There is a light docket in at once as the agent will sell New Circuit Clerk for Lee. U.nvt'ii, und will be a great con For Montgomery. on hands and probably will not them at reduced rates rather veiiieiico to many people of that hold long. A large crowd from than take them back to tho nur Judge Ilugh Riddell, who open teclioll. An. effort is being mode in ed Circuit Court at Beattyvillo all over the couutv camo in and sery, lhe first who come can get Mt. Sterling to organize a com would take too much space to first choice. Tuesday appoint it pany to build pens and open a tins week, on mention all their names and Lexington, Winchester, Charles B. Burke as Circuit and stock yard at rederal Reserve 'Comargn, about ed where thoy are from. other cities in the Bluegruss, five miles from Mt. Sterling, in Clerk to fill out the unexpired Starts Business Mr. Joe Willoughby surprised W. Cann, who died liuve organized societies to help Montgomery county. Canmrgo term of Geo. lis many friends hereby slipping a few days ago. the JMguu children who are the is on tho direct road to Mt. The Federal Reserve Bunking off to Richmond last Thursday, JurgcKt. sul)"ercrtf in the present Sterling from the mountains and Nov. 12th and bringing him homo Systom has gone into effect, and nblo warbeiug waged through sales would ha held for three tci CrowChancy. She tho result Ij tho turning loose u beautiful young bride. out Kurope. A Urge fund is be days before the Montgomery was Miss lthoda Henderson, of four hundred millions of dol to buy the necessary court we go day, and it is believed Just beforemarriageto press wo daughter of Mr. I'rank Ilender urs from tho National Treasury. food ami clothing for the.m. of Lennie earn of the that a jarge amount of stock morning to a Miss son, of Richmond. Rev. L. F. Hub should help tho financial would be oli'ered there instead Crow this Cheney, of McOormick. Wo Martin went with Joe and help condition of the country some, Mr. O. W. Duncan left' last of being taken on to the court were unable to learn any of tho ed him capture the prize. They and may bo some of our subcrib- -. Va., day sales. .wek for Clmrlebtou, particulars. Mr. Crow is tho are now to bo found at Fileou ers who haVo not vet paid up w here he has accepted a position receiving the con their subscriptions will now be Turkeys went up a cent or two popular depot'ugent at Stanton, where they are in it railroad office. Mr. Duncan in this city, gratulations of their many able to make tho raise. and is uound laKt week us buyers wan for someueard station agent The Clay City National Bunk, found that they went not coming laving formerly been assistant friendB. ut .White Sulphur Spring, near Judge, Shackelford, of Rich being a "live wire", is, of course, enough to make shin ruilroud . agent . at; this. place. The in last . . .. 4.Mtirli;stoH,HUHd after comiug.to m with nis many mond, was here attending Court, a member of tho new system, and The continued mildi "ma ' menls. some time a Kf utiiuky Wlt " weather will have a bad effect friends in extending heartiest He is mingling among his friends i owell couutv will bonoflt bv "imt at L. A K. Junction. with a view of running for Cir their progressiveuess, ' congratulations. on the prices however. over-liftin- g , Former Resident Change In Size Candidates Announce for Race, for Governor of The Times STANTON. - ns e - 1 ff el l& rrn-U- - 1 ii lug-raise- d well-know- n f" i J8 - in 35 THE TIMES. Old A Democratic Newspaper Eighteen Years The Best Weekly In this Section. M. P. O'MARA, OWNER AND PUBLISHER. Entered as ter at the Post Office at iCy., under the Act of Congress of second-clas- s mail matClay City, March 3, 1879. a home-mad:- -: paper. NOV. I THURSDAY, it, 1914 The two and a IihK tent railroad bill Iip- - been declined unconstitutional because of the 'net that the enactlntr rlause, which is essential d to make any law effective, was front it, .uxt the rnilroHdp decided n imt the rate liack tn thf old one of three rente. That n hndv of men iich h the Oeneril A w mhl should devote n much of a lav onlv tim 'o the to have it nullified In a pxlpahle . which should omission of thin be ("potted at o.icc bv n v qn ilified lawyer, is beyond undersranditi)!. We can recall sevenl similar chi s, however, when it whs to the advantage of various larye cnronm'tnns t' have the Uw niwle itcnVcnve, l tin- - !) after heinp paj-seCitizens of Clay City vhi nlo reeil' One instance of where the oinissitin of the enacting cIhii-- h ( n ciiv "r- saved thf eitv S'.mo in each oi i he building of a hridee. Strict-lppfakinu it wh-"tli. Inn tin Him nt thf fimetinL' elail-of one called fur tn tile passage if ordinances for otn-ittcpis-mirv nt e, Hlb-titllti- publican papers crowing over tlio showing are mado by their party in the ret cent election, but most of us see why they should be pleased with, the result. It must be remembered that nt the Inst general election the Democrats were (kliting against two parties, the Republicans and the Progressives, and only managed to beat them by the fact that the party was split to ribbons by the action of Hooaevelt. This time, as the returns show, the Progressives were eliminated, and, in spite nf the fact that the llepublican party was again united, they were decisively beaten. Had the recent election been a Presidential one, the vote would have shown a plurality for the Democrats of from 55 to GO, so where would 'he Republicans have anything to be joyful over. can-no- against his own stock, whereas now he has to fence against ev erybody's is undoubtedly mak. ing an impression. It contains much tliulh. Really there is too much fencing on the average farm. Tho Bowling Green Messenger, failure of the General Assembly to Iiaye the enacting clause on the two and ii half cent fare bill, says, in in discussing the V: High Grade Clothing Ucwt Dressers can .A.iirc!liite.HAR.X Quality ot HART, SCHAFFNER and CLOTHES, Wnen in "Winoliewtoi nll nutl NOO 1 y. V 1 y BLOOMFIELD SPECIALS At $10.00, $12.50, $13.50, $15.00. part "The Louisville & Nashville railroad, be it known, of its own : v motion has reduced passenger fares to the 2J cent rate, riot be cause ot Clio law, out dccuuso they deemed it best. Other roads have not.and the Legislature has made the passenger powerless to secure relief." All over the country tho campaign against illiteracy is beiug waued with good elfect, and it will be only a matter of a short time until an illiterate will be a Any who had not i uriousity. the opportunity in their youth to learn to read and write, are tnk ing advantage of the opportum ty being offered now. In this county several mnoulkht schools have been started and are meet ing with success. We are in receipt of several items which came through the mails to us, but as the writers omitted to stun their names, we are compelled to leave them out Always reinciu her to sign .your name to am com Ii win not be pub uiUiiirHtion. nsiieu uniexs you iirsire ir nut we must know Hherenur itfins come from for our own pr iectiu Lee Bloomfield & Co., North Main St. Winchester, Ky. r STANTON COLLEGE, The cause of equal rights received a severe setback in the recent election, particularly in Ohio, where the women had been carryitiL' on a very strong campaign, and where it was confi dently expected by their leaders thai they would have a la rue ma jnritv. The women put up some very stroiis: urguments as to why they should have the ballot, but the majority of the male sex can not see why they want it, many of them contending that a wo. man's place is in the home, where she cim ln iimre uond by teacliini: her children how to live properly than she an by mark ins: a ballot ami trvuia to leis-I- . ire them into doiim what they cheerfully have would treelv li.nl thev been brought up i milt, and receive the proper I d'-ii- e STANTON, ICY. Term Opened Monday, Sept. 7, 1914. 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. For Information Write to Rev. J. C. Hanley, President, I Stanton, Ky. cities, i tint wnk caving. A tin ordinance j question was drawn up ov thf J. & ft lawyers, and the error was I ieir. u is reasonable to Uip .e i at ttiey may have leanifd the ilue fa" enacting clause from n. council heie, as 'Jieir err..r cos-- t Ihitt the rmlroad Ml fir thf ri'Sioni The Paris Democm! is now do ing issued three limed a week, home r rti i ii i iii , , , . iiiBteud of tKiotfu nim merly, and It is expecteo I' The Frankfort State Journal the Botiriion Ne vs mil be ch.mg si t. : ed into i liii The cost of feuciiii: H a con Buys Tie Company Property. siderable item to the average Kentucky farmer and evidently Mr. B. M UfPn -- r f Win nianv farmers are get tint: tired Chester, acting 'or H .1 thusim iV f the burden. At every sue Son, tie contractor.- - "I Kicliuiinul feeding election more counties Iud., hits purchased the proper nnd precincts are voting on the of the Ohio V illi . Ti Co.. law. The old argument Athol, in Bre.ii to i c law the that with a price paid beius fu OOli. The (i ; fanner v i i Ir u.lj i vi In few iiiki concern n - ino. neeii im; in- A mil "i iiiiv business and I he .lolinsnn coinpniiv time, ilnwill continue ih. Come to Our Store And let. i -- n li hi . ii . . von stoeif tlMt nn-- e liiir-- nl JikhI-w- e chit Grocori' tlnr 'I ir i Drv (tihi'Ii, N'iimiim-- ' c. vir- - 'tun if. iii- - n ! e . no-fen- .1 I . -- . - - 'operation m thm n. Variety, Style and Quality. THIS ( as I 7 4 We are Showing a Complete Line of CLOTHING, Fall ad Winter Goods, Etc. Call and see our Line and get our Prices. We can fit you in Complete Style Try This For Vocr Cough. i ,. TIhhiiiimi coucii ing because On ili'.to iM the rtiht remed Coiiiilis iirf- cHiised by In- I'll r. nt l miiiI Mroiiclnal ilamatlon 'I uhes. in hut d is to siuitliH 'T'lkt. this Inllaiiiatiip Kinu's New l)ieiiVH', ii p neiriitf lln - OMKINKI) V ITH OUI! Low Prices Make it to vour iiit-i-s- n hi t to iriv- - ns a uood sliarr of he llwlifxilu I'hleL'lli cuiijH-iei- mii.M,,,. iii,i I.,.. iioiiiK, 111. ifii I - inirr. !.. 11' tilt-- your trade. cause we We .trive to please our customers (iii'-l.- l leheVis I infill li i nt-- - (jit h ot el Ir hnttle nun uiir ill ncuisi Kiiin's .S'htpneklv and m completely st'ipp-- d couuh." writes .1. It Watts., Flo dale. Tex as. Money buck it not witisflrd, but it nearly always helps know satisfied customers at e our heat asset. Yours to please, r.. W WALDRON 5 ' & JOHNSON, ,i Waltersville, Ky. Send your shoes by parcel post, and have them repaired in flic best way. und with the best material. Send money with the shoes. Prices: Men's Half Soles, sewed 90c, flail- - at Low Cost. MkSSfS.i TREES. tn-es- SlSSBiSm POWELL & JACKSON , SHIMFESSEL'S 2 -- Writers of all Kinds ot Fire. nnd Ornamental Fruit ed 65c. Tornado, Lightning and Hid Insir. As(Irnpo Vines, lthuharb, Hoys' nnd Women's Half Solea, sew- Shrubs, paragus, l'oowies, iPilox, ItoHoa, etc. ance.. We are also agents lor ed 75c. nailed 50c. -Illinois Surety Company and are Rubber heels, Men, B5c, Women 50c. EVKltY THINQ FOR ORITIAKI), pared to do a general Oontiiny ii,m-nesLeather heels, Men, 35; Women 25c. Ali'l) OA11DBN. Parcel post work receives prompt atPOWELL & JACKSON F1JEE CATALOGS KO AORNTS tention. Linvllle Jack, n Sam W. Powell n-- l.i. s. hX jo CHAS. BALMUT Winchester, Kyi II. F. H1LLENMEYER & SONS, Lexington, Ky. IUfllWC III WVUI I IIUU Kentucky tx 'MM 4' Next Ycsr'a licci'oii. No soonor is one election over Wiiuic Suite Quarantined. in Kentucky tban another campaign is coinmonced, and propar-t ions aro being made now by candidates for oflico next year. At the primary in August next, a both Democrats and Republicans will nominate candidates for (lovernor, Lieutenant Governor, Secretary of State, Auditor of Public Accounts, Attorney Gen oral, Treasurer, Commissioner of Agriculture, Labor and Statistics and Superintendent of Public Instruction. Judges of the Court, nf Appeals in the First and Sixth Districts, three Railroad Com. tnissioners, beside? Circuit Judg-i'- s and Commonwealth's Attorneys in each of the thirty-fiv.liidichl Districts, State Senators in tlie nineteen odd numbered districts and 100 Representatives and a Circuit Clerk in each county. The fact that the Circuit Court illicials are to be chosen adds to the interest and importance of next year's election. - e Owing to the outbreak of foot and mouth disease which caused tho closing of tlio stock yafds all over the country, and resulted in the destruction of many herds of valuable cattlo which were in Chicago at the annual show, tho whole State of Kentucky was placed in quarantine, and shipment, of all live stock was prohibited. Theso drastic measures wpre necessary in order to prevent the spread of the disease which is very contagious. The passage of hunting dogs from ono state to another was also forbidden. In Powell and adjoining counties, no trace was found of the'disease, but stock sales were declared oh", and nil shipments of cattlo wore stopped. There was no sale at Alt. Sterling Monday, although some drovers who did not know of the quarantine, sturted there with cattle, and some were sold before reaching tho city. It is expected that the quaran tine will be lifted wi'!::n a few days and business will be resumed at the stock yards. Stock inspectors all over the country have been very active, and every suspected "case has been thoroughly investigated, and where the was found, steps wero at once taken to destroy the suspected animals. The Federal Government took an active interest in the epidemic, and prompt action by the officials was responsible for the small loss. dis-easo How's This? Wo offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that csnnot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY A Co., Toledo, 0. We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any made by his firm. National l!unk of Commerce, Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in- - Uecnuso so much relief i demanded for consumptives from the churches the National Association, tho Kentucky Tuberculosis Commission, and the local associations loboring for the public health nil over the State arc uriring all ministers to observe To Tight White Plague. The National Association for Tuberculosis Day tho week of the Study and Prevention of Tu- November 2flth. berculosis has secured from 2, An Active Liver Means Health. 582 clergyme, representing If you want good health, a clear communicauts, informa- complexion and freedom from Diz tion regarding the number of ziness, Constipation, IJilliotisness, deaths from tuberculosis among Headaches and Indigestion, take their parishioners during the year Dr. King's New Life Pills. They ending August list and the num- drive out fermenting and undigestber of living cases in their par- ed foods, dear the IJIood and cure ishes. Constipation. Only 'i?c at your 3,791 deaths and 4,251 living druggist. cases were reported ; an average of nearly three cases of consumpCLEANING AND PRESSING. tion cared for by each congregaI am ready to do your Cleantion that, reporled. As the aving and Pressing. Good work erage size of the congregation guaranteed and charges reasonis 50, evidently (here is one case Bloom of tuberculosis developing for able. Orders left with J. will receive prompt attention. every 20 church members in the JAMES WILLIAMS. United States. blood and mucous services of the Testimonials sent free. system. Price 75 cents per bottle. Sold by all druggists. Take Hall's Family Pillo for tvrnoil'. gating directly upo t'i J-- ,1 L4. SAFETY TIONAL" FIRST! qr 6 To protect the Depositor, is tho first duty of a Bank; ior this reason, the ample Capital and Surplus and Conservative Business Methods of the "CLAY CITY NA- a." 2: WE constitute the strongest claim for new business. , . For protection of 1 positors, we have: Capital paid in, ' -- $25,000.00 10,000.00 25,000.00 $60,000.00 and Surplus and Profits, Shareholders' Liability, Total, Twenty-fiv- e i W I H Years of Experience at Its Present Location. (V Clay City National Clay City, Kentucky. MeinlM'i The following, is our P f a 191 4. lVli;rnl lloNorvo in Jtimlc NvwttMii. Regular Statement made ' answer to the Compti oiler's Call of Oct. 31st, KKSOURCKS. 53 Loans and discount Ovurdrutix, secured mid un385 00 secured U.S.ISuiuU to secure, eircul'n 'J5,0OO 00 Moulin, bccurities.etc l!l,4 10 CK Hanklng-hous- o, furniture mid 1.0000) ilxturen Duo from approved veservu ukviiU in Central Komtvo LIAMMTIES. Capital sUwkpuid in Surplus fund 1 25,000 00 Statk or 8,000 0(1 KrxTroKY, i i h 9i COI'MV HP 1'oHKI.l., .Specie Cities, $'1,010.03; In other 0,550 Si reserve cities, 3,520.79 fractional paper currency, 78 02 nickel, and cent Lawful Money Kebkuvk is IWnk, vizi 7,107 10 7,107 10 Undivided protiU less expense 1,011 01 and tuxes paid Nut'l bunk notes outstnndliiK 25,1)00 00 Due to Statu and private Hnriks y 220.08 and Hankers, I, A. T. Wliitt Cashier, of the a', hove named bank, do solemnly nweur that the above statement is true to tlu best of my knowledge and belief. ft t Individual deposits subject to check '. 88,815 (IS 74 OO 1 Cashier' cheeks on (standing Totuf Itcdcniptlon fund with U. 8. Treiw'rf.li'y; of clrTn) Total .... l.'i&O 00 18,767 07 A.T. Whin. Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before llio this Dth (lay of Nov., Illll W. T. Adams, Judge O. C. I'. O. Correct Attest: .James It. Hall, ) luo, I). Atkinson, IIreetor. Frank It. Itussull, ) . I. i K-- ; . l 18,707 07 Hiprnvcmenn on L. I -- & N. I Hc Wn F,R,,t' o"on't wnnt to liito the Qermnns, 1 want to shoot them.." Ex. This culls to mind n story told of n tnounfnin hoy who enlisted in the-ltKy., Kecinient durini: the Wnr. It Winchester nnd,lnv: il HfliS by the new line 'They won't have mo because vn discovered thnt the ynnna liirtiMuil nearly live mx ..,.th are bad. Damn it, I Minn could not rend or write, which is one of the, resolution 111 indications point to for ndmissinn into the nrniy. business over thei When the mountaineer wns told 'Viiiehier-Irviuline as f this he snid: "II 1, I di'du't iMtnpleted. (J rent h know you were Innkins for school i lie yards and term fpiichpr",' I thought von wanted n i 'i m are still in ma men who could filit." It is snid" arrrangements are) proxies.' and tlmt the resnlntinno were set n beni:: rushed forward to enlarge side in his ense. l'ineville Sun. the terminal facilities at Win-cl- i sum. so that 1,000 cars of out-New Stock Inspector. i :m freight and f)UU ears of iiiiii fieight can be handled Some time ntro the Fiscal donrt d Several new enterprises of Clnrk county npjiointed Dr. .1. fur he development along the O Piernll ms Stock Inspector for mid Markers the ennntv. n itne are already being plan- - iU When the recent Iicxin uperution as soon oiitlirenk of font nnrl nioutl. dis-UK AT opened in the ear-1- ie mail iue lirnke out, Dr. Pippsnll hud .r of the new year, and all cc.ision to nmke reports to the & E. u .iei:HMl io be tributary to Stnte otlicinls at Krnnkfnrt, imhI WINCHESTER, KY. h.ive general ollices in Win ai thv .informed the I"isctil Court PRICKS TO SUIT AM, CI" ler. thlf thev could not accept reNOTHING TOO LARGE. ports from him, owimr to thefnet neu'-- ipt'i'x for cale ut this NOTHING TOO SMALL. tint he i never intended n ' eteiimiry collciie. Dr. I'lersnll ' first decided to (iirht the mid the Fiscul Court wns tilling to linck him, lint ovviuu o the need of iinuiedinte nctimi itli remird to t ie threatened No Money uthrenk, he tendered his resijr jffiv in Atlviinco Kollu Miller was in t inn miii SatiHfac-tio- u Uuar opiilliteil tn succeed in. ' tuitl ihiit when the L. An Kniilishmati, who at N .tnstfiiiMs a new tunnel tit ed to join t lie army and wns lux bond on the lino at Wil h down on account of defective Simals, I,.' county, the dis- - teeth, wrote to the Times as Spnnish-Americnh -- KERR & BEAN, UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS ruM-u- e i i i WINCHESTER, - KY. g in-c- C SANITARY BAKERY When 3 mi want uood Bred and Cakes baked in a SANITARY SHOP and made of the best nta- teriels, try the SANITARY BAKERY, cf Winchester. FRESH EVERY DAY AT JAMES ULOOA'S. " i I'wits 1 e n- i Fisher Co., I p : i 1 J LEWIS Sanitary Bakery, RUPARD, Winchester, Ky. U is-u- StLii it !c :......:..k.v. nntoo 1 LowcHtNct 1t 3 I - J. DAN JACKSON, Dcnlm1 In IMew Factory E a h i es t Terms A Saving oi PriooH J.Mw.iaivtu: sioo to The trial of Georjie Alexander, he I'uris hanker, whose failure a wide lew ninths ao cim-eeiiMtion, and who is under in x ii'imeiii tur violat.ou ot (lie il and Second Hand Furniture Upliolntoi'liitr iiikI l'j)uirinar ii Hio:iulry. Corner Broadway and Mapel P A, STARCK PRESIDENT tory Direct nUiiiu luw s, has liei n u'Xt Monday. a mm ihi so bays' f'ulit Savo J F ibisis Wo will shin you If licnullful Btarcl; Piano i. r trea ir.al. in your iu liome. No cash naMiicnt reuulrcil. .Ml we asU will uluv uiki. . u . :!.. : j Mid test tills piano for 30 1r h if, ut ' v on' t tl... i. !..., j iu ;'j not Urn; was. that vuii uv liluncst Eracie. crudest toned un l line t iiuino in seen for the money, you aro at pti Vi t liberty to peml it Kick, ami vi will, n event, nay tlio liotli uivs. Tills otuitl: i'lano must niuka irood I or there la no sale. Tsisa Tab 12 ,u Esr.y I Winchester, " it. .X. Kentucky. HI YOUR - Don't Delay I j; A slight coul'Ii dften'ibeconiHH rv lung- - gtt coimited. uroiiuin-i- l .tbes fill with.iiiucnus. Vour vital- -r ri It Your cotign. ser-lu- l 153.00 or Koro Payment -- ityjs reoncuit. ion nteu ur. iieii t'nie-Tu- Rye and TimothySeed. Need any Fence, Gaes, Roofing, Cement, Sewer Pipe? We sell the Owensboro Wagon, the bet Write us. one made. OUR We liln thrift to you frotn our fjciory. at prices that mi p you upwards nf $150.00 in tlis We guarantee to funiith fo"t cf jo'ir piano. a iwtti'f piano for the mono than j n u.n of ri1. W, !ou ire 1m w lit r1. You ero asii-riwect tonul durable liitfi htaue piano. 25-Ye- nr Yon piy no taIi iluwu, but aftr ilayn of tilol, you cvti Lu'in pjynu'nt on (lie lowest. tiuirt ternn cur si.inrtftl by u ifaii t' .ri ii. . ui.HMiror. to V'i ri' urm m.' i. ti r. oir i y. u iu t a pi in, lor iutir iiuir.i1, uitoi Honey. uiiikvi sootlieK loo-eus your inu-"iiu- " '' J Guaranieo y'jrs or piano UilJIlilj t.i Il.ii.1 FH.l'.l.. r i.( thgtltly nail a anil hieoni iu.x pUnoii of alt tditjjul i.ial.'4 tbktn in ex- Starch li int:t f( iim tioi ami riaj' 11 it .i. l - I ... .w Inif are r u, feircpl ln.l,aiiu; '.i of I"i ry St.irck Plan u pinranteftl fur 2t y ar Tin- - purantte I. a h ic Piayor-risnc- s ,UU' ljri,-- v it our ;i5 iimn "f n ol aid the npu-- t 8t.ir'k li.ytri iano are t unt mutt )Maer l'uuo on tlie You will Ijt n:.ir:'t. vtlt t.K inai'V .r IVuturtu of thc&t1 wondMrul (nttniuu'iiti, ami .vi!l be v 'l ' y low p ict ni t'.ivy can bo setur-'- ynr xs'hiii :in Cuius, (uve Uie li.iljy ai.d (Jailu-reDr llfllV Pine-'l'allonev . It's i;iiunintet'(l to help them. Only 25 cents at your t'ruuaist. i n r initatfd air passages, i. PRICES ARE ALWAYS RIQHT. puno liutiie. Depositions In Railroad Case. Bedford to Tattle, 9) 50 Froa Music Lessons To f f ry pv.rcliasrr of fitarck I'uu s, we gie fro mi.Mf tl.e Wst Krio 'Hi t liicas' bv mail one year's- k vi n un prliioi- of In Wctcr Steinway ChiiKering Kimball 5113.0J 02.00 90,03 05.00 105.00 Piano Book Ii- - Sta:ck Sf i ran tato in a. stauci: p:i fr Tins lc"tn, vii ur own Ihi, Iwok honi; iilci-- '1 in' iitn rrjir nt mi i tun! for our latent complLif lurg-ilII t. St'iid tojav for op. now 'itlfully illuMrau.l ...no 1ilch sIvcj you a larje atno.mt of Inti.rma-1a rcffarillns pianos. Tlil o you. Write today. intrrct snl ICf Starok HllS.. CniCACy Ii Always Helps W5. says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, ICy., in writing of her experience with Cardui, the woman's tonic. She says, further: "Before I began to use Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I thought the pain wouldkill me. I was hardly able to do any of my hoiiaework. Alter taking three bottles of Cardui, I began to feel like a new woman. I soon gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, as well as run a bid water mill. I wish every suffering woman would give iVitjriieys represent injr both sides the question were here this week taking depositions in the suit of county against holders of the ofdM N. I. $ It. railroad lionds. A number of cmizcii- - jrave tin ir d. positions. It u.ts bought by .Indue Gourley, representing the county, to priiMi that I lie election vtt i ii u tin- - turn iMie was carried by fraud and bribery and tlmt the r.iilroiul conipanv tailed to comply with their contract to complett the roiul to Irvine us specilieO. 'I'he bondholders weie represented bv Attys, Tony Ihirnani and Jno. K. Tinttl. Tribune. if i IC-t- 5 . . - 5 g We carry a Complete Line of I Hlothing, Shoes, I S (9 9) and Men's Furnishings. - It Really Does Relieve Rheumatism. I'.veryboily who is afflicted with Kliciiniiitism in any form siniuld by all means keep i buttle of .SlomiV Liniinent on hand. The minute you feel pain or s.orcnes in u Joint orj inusi Ie, tiatlio it wuh 'oun's I.lnl .nit at. Do not nil) it yiuan's pene j testes almost imuH'ihatcly rllit to thisfcat of pain, relievinj.' the hot tender, swollen feeling twl inakiiiKj the puit easy and comfoi table. Gel u bottle of .Sloan's Liniment for 'Joe at any druist und have it in the house uuinst cold?, sore and swol leu joints, ihetiuiatism, injuralia, j sciatica mid like ailiiieiits. Your j ui'iie y l"'-- if not MtUftil lau it w ulnnKi Urtiiut j,iljif. !... . ; ' g Try us for your next Suit. Our Fall and Winter Goods are all in now, and our stock is the most complete in town. The Woman's Tonic still use Cardui when a trial. a little bad, and it always does me eood." Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, feelings, etc., are snre'signs of woman- tired, worn-oly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman s tonic. You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing women for more than fifty years. I I feel ut froa Harris Friedman, 14 N. m Main St.,- - Get a Bottle Today! M ImHttTTit) ,r. Tn, Winchester, Ky. sm. ? i vi .a t v . , 7juT a"' f .j (Ski to PIL.OT. A. Hall was in Stanron lay nn bnciiu'sp. eU by falling from a horse. 14-ye- ar T. Mr. Joe Maker nnil .Mr Spnrks were married last meek. Leonio Huker, the old daughter of Mr.. Polly Baker, who Small is blind, is repotted to have had an arm oroken by u Frl mad sheep. Jolm Kinder liought a volt from Mrs. Lida Mullins and Mrs. Will Kdwnnls last week. Combs, of Loin bird, were guests Herman Pitts moved here this of Mrs. T. A. Hall Saturday and Sunday. week from Menifee county. T. A. Hall fold a nice pair of Miss Maud Bowen teaches moonlight school each Monday night, red calves for g50. has n spelling battle each Tmday Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Sparks vis. night and an with ited iiif parents Saturday niRtit. recitations, each TlitUMhiy night. We have had meeting in thin part of the country for a couple of weeks. Lloyd Todd was a business Mre. T A. Hall and Mies Laura at S'liMton atiinl'iv. lielomv spent lat Vedne.sday with l'ost Stone - building a stock A. R I'asley. barn on Ins place near here. Win. Hall md wife visited Zior. .loi ilon and Hankin Burnett Whitman and family in K$iU co, were among the Mt. Sterling Saturday and Sunday. Mouilav. ciiiiii ii, i eutHi-iainmen- i HUNTERS, ATTENTION! I25E7 3CS ft &2 SPOUT SPRUNG. November 15th, the game season opened on the Quail and Rabbits. How about your hunting outfit? We have the most complete assortment of ad vi-ii- V. Sparks and Laura V.' i T. S. .Mi'Kiiiney, our local ltelniny were the piepts of Mrs Lexington this week is in Loudiee Hall Fiidiv nilit. liuviug : new stock of goods. A larjre erowd from this Fection .Iniiies Anderson and Dm is attended church Sunday at Uni"ii King, of .Montgomery county, Chapel in county. were here Monday and Tuesday. 8$ .Mr. Frank t'reieh and family A. F. Sam- - bought, a pair of were the ue.t of .Mrs. Sarah Ash splendid mule- - U r f21' at Mt. ley Friday nielli. Sterling Monday. m Old "Uncle Bill" Meadows, who Prof, and Mrs. Franklin Iiuh heen ill f.r some time, died and Mitchell Todd fpent lust week i Saturday and Sunday with relaMr. and Mi- - I). C HH. of thi tives at Irvine. jilace, were in Torrent the past W..I. l'arnett and t.C Barnes week, thuppiiii: have jninth gone to hoiiekeep Mis Ma ul Bnwen, our school ing at the phce the former reher parents al cently bought of 0n. S. Ware. teacher, ie Dunbee over Saturday and Sunday. J. B. Hall, of Lexington, Frank Mrs. Phoebe Heloiuv, a veiy old li. Kus3ell, of Louisville, and A. oi lady of till- - iil ice, is very low at I'. U hitt and Will hat illness heinir cull- - (JI'V b.re Tiiesdm thrt preseT. Inr "'re Miches Ariha mer-chan- t, Ei-ti- lt Winchester and Remington Self-Loing and Repeating Cuins ever brought to this ciiy. Also a complete line or shells with a load to please to 1 .Mar-giso- u every fancy. Hunting Uts to olease and fit you; COHE TO SEE US FOR YOUR HUNTING OUTFIT '. 111 iifji Ion. i v !Jcor. Main and Broadway, Wirtche; er J Hardwick and Our fall and winter good Co., m "3! ( Fall and Winter Goods. are now in, and we invite you know your wants and are premoi-ey. limiting. Mr. and Mrs. Mines MeKinuex visited Mrs. MeKiuiiey's patents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Tiptm at Irvine u few days the lust o1 the wvek. Will Harnett ami Joe K.iparn of Clark county, were among the sportsmen toe lehrate ihenpeii-iti.untj of the season in this Monday and Tuesday. Word conies from the Rev Thomas J. Hudson who recently moved f'oni this place to.Mis-- j sou ri , tlut he is very sick at Ins home in kcMAiovER er. years EXPEHIENCt. H .J'J5 i.l J.i. J,l SIOCIC. PKot-'iTfi. U.l'I.U, f. tillO,00 liOo.ouK SUIil'l,l'SA.)U.V- nivini.D 11 to call and see them. We pared to supply them, and at prices that will save you "High Quality and Low Prices" is our motto. sole agents ror Queen Quality shoes for women, Walk-Ove- Are r shoes for men, Hart Schaffner & Marx and The Matchless Biand mens' suits, wlu'llier an nulrklr ajtccrliihi n ir iTiiiMtii fruo C'l.ium inilri. liili'iill.iil l irlinlilr .;Hi'iit.H.lo. Int. HANDBOOK on I'airiiti t tiit rtcllr uiienry furawurliiuimli'iil. cm Irce. limt I'.iicnu luktu iliriiukli tluuii 1 Co. tuculK jrilnl mllci, wUliuutcliarao, lutlia Anvoneaendlnif Marks &c o tkclrliiiti(l (letrrlntlonifinr TnADE CopvmoHTS Designs IK Winch ksti:ic J' E" ; or Wi.vciiHTiin. IL.. K. I ! , N. llOI.I.V W'lTMHIINI'Dll.N, W. K. Sweet Orr & Co. coidurcy and overalls, Arrow brand mens shirts and col'ars, Stetson and hanrtiomelr llliilrle'! wf eklr. Tjirseit Jr. culutluii of ttiirft'lontlUo I'Hiriiul. Tvrmt.fSa jenri fourluunlba.fi. tiulj lijull rewalrulora. A j Scientific Htnciicnn. Ii. torn vii, .U ,i ft Astor brand mens and boys' hats, Pictoral Review dress See outlines of mens' odd pan'js, I'ress giyxls, patterns. ready to wear hats, !VIUf.N&Co.36,Dr"J"'-NewYor- ( ilraucb OUico. CS V 8U Wuililouluu. YH'U AfCOl'N'l riK! The i . C vorr.ns com'oits, nisses md chi'drens coms, hosiery, that state. hula-o- ' IJow best lubricatioi, without carbon Balmocaan coats for women and sweaters, raincoats, men, neckwear, b'anlets, In beds, nait'essrs springs, chairs, sewing machines. frC, anything you r.ctd for it will be to your interest. We handle the "Bain" wagons by the carload, and can save you money tn a wagon. We Major Mcintosh, of Winchester, spent Monday nidit with Elder G. W. Mcintosh. Mr. Major Mcintosh is thinking1 of returning next year to this, his native county to live. ther, ate selling Crown Pour and Red Cross flour at 75 cents per 25 pounds, or $3.00 per hundred, and Monarch four 70 cents per 25 pound tjck'tr-"1-- sack, or $2.80 per hune'red every satisfy or money rcfunt'ed upon' eturn of is left after trying it. what Roasted coffee 12 per lb. HARDWICK STANTON, & COMPANY, KENTUCKY. Knew All About It. "How la the law made?" asked the Instructor In United States history. 'Ob," replied the maiden, cheerfully, "the senate lias to ratify it; and then the president Iiub to has to veto It: md then the house of representatives oas to" she hesitated for a moment, 'Oh, and knit her pretty foiehead. yes! I remember now," sbe said. "The bouse of representatives has to until the next sesslcn!" Youth's Companion. (hlS PAPER ADfrfertolforclthoraIrcooIarlAp watjr. CGoMcutomoUIt'A, MaiiofromtinevtPnniyl vanfaC'ruJe. A nx&. ttiln. hti?hfirn tutnU u. hlch fcedi tnvW. Positively frt fmm rarlm tin voiir first nurrriAfiA of imn lilil if Ka fur It inin Oil urltl fn- nUh FiitKone WkL tecl barrel with faucet, f.ne to ua by you fur permanent ft irao. Price of cil In In kbU., 45c per gtlloa. 0 icr froa ni jbw jawluie, cap CIIAS. C. S10LL01LC0. 'EngiIineM, powtrfal ttui LEXINGTON, KY. xplaitt t Itr latolut CDiat. itti ,if. IraoiDiatloa uil. Ms KY. Mi, . ' , mmtrMft wma ADVERTISING RtPhtituu u "Y THE. rh fOrtti.n wm I ft j . r ! r. RICHMOND. Mule t'crtllii i.toc. fmirfcOH NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITJE GENERAL OFFICES Mpteiuber 7. Seeond Term November 10, Third Term January Sit, Fourth Term Aprils, Summer Hchool oimi June II, Cululofue Free. j. ij, citAlllli;, rpfilal Courts and Itcvlew Coum-s-. Tuition l'rco to Apjioliiteeii. Two sIt'iuliil ilormltorli's new luixlrl k'iodI.iiiw luminal trjInliiK building, ractir rcliixjl, deihirtMwiit of ourlculturv. a vill eiji i,i(il iyiiiiinlilii. Domwtlo Scienre. l'lrt Term botrlua uilln? to l'leniciitarv, Inlcriiu iliato and Mfo Valid In nil 1'iibllu Bi lioola i f Ken-uicL- y, L0.3AL Twouty-one BREVITIES. PERSONALS. MIm Inez. KdRe, of Clay City people were counted on the streets of Winchester at one time on Sat uriiav. The pay cur passed through here oti Thursday morning, and gladdened-.thhearts of the rail; road men. e Saturday nnd Sunday. Sail, v.i ' here V. M. Hutchison was in Winchester Wednesday on business. .Tampa Wright mado a to Winchester Tuesday. butiie.. trip Mr. Clim. F. Tomllnson was fdiop. plug 'In Lexington Thursday. A large number from here attended Circuit Court nt Stnnton Monday.. In Winchester all dogs running ing shot hy the police, owing to an outbreak of rabies. at lure without muzzles nre be Charlie Highley has just com pleted' the painting of the rcsi deuces of Airs. Mary Newkirk and Doc Phillips in iMeehanicsville ilie nrst snow ol ttie season is fulfiiii; as we 1:0 to press, and from the volume of it we would judge that winter is now here iu earnest. THANKSGIVING Is Coming Next Week and Winter is Already Here. i Mrs. It. A. Irvln Is vNitlugher ulster. Miss Nettle Lognn, at Shclhyvlllc. C. Shlmfossel and .t. M. KeiintliV attended court at Mt. Kterllng Mondn'j . Misses Lily and Hutli Iturgher were shopping trip to Lexington .Thursday. , , .Ous Hunt was. appointed County Uoiul Engineer of- Clark comity by the '""' 1 ' Fiscal Court Inst week. nil a ... destroyed three dwell ings and u store, causiug a loss ot about $18,000. have more cause to be THANKFUL h In Muhlenberg county, " 'pos sum hunters," us they are called, you select that Winter Suit from our Good Stock. lynched a man named Allen, and reward has been offered tor Your family can appreciate Thansgiving if you get their conviction. A lire starting in the home of Bert .Masters, ut Irvine, a few them a COLE HEATER or RANGE. days ago, YOU will MOO Miss Jenniu Green MoKlnney. of Winchester. Is vUltiiig MNk flrnre Shllnfcssel for few days. 11 Miss Grace Shlmfes-.el- , who has boi-i- i visiting her sister, Mrs. S. I). Haft, in Lexington, has returned homo. Mrs. .T. It. Peers, of Morehcad, who was visiting' her sister, Mm. K. B. Mc Gloue, has returned to her home. ' J. L, Frnzier. or the Filson Milling Co., was in town Saturday, nnd pa iff' pleasant visit to The Tlmt-- ollice. s Goldiu, the little daughter of .1. E. Knox, of South Fork, died Wedueday after a short illness with whooping cough. Several other children in that, neighbor hood are suffering from the same complaint. l.eiiiue Crow, who has been in the dispatcher's office at Stanton for some Mine past, has tieen promoted to agent at. Stanton, and has assumed his new duties. lie will replace former agent A. L: Collins, who resigned to farm. Frank U. Ittissell, President ol the Clay City National Bank, George Lai I) of Louisville, and James B. Hall, ot' Lexington, of the bank, were anioiii: those who enjoyed the hunting in Powell county for a few days this week. nt Grover Harnett, of Montgomery county, near Mt. Sterling, visited Tils brother, W. F. Harnett, early in th'c week. Mrs. Hoyt Russell is expected home this week after a three weeks visit with Mrs. C. B. Dickson and Mrs. .! V Colllvcr, of Ashland, Ky. Taking (lecse to ftarket. ' J, w WilliHins G. Y. Lyle.Jr., of Hardwick's Creek, passed through here few days ago with a flock of ireese which he was takim: totheMt. Sterling market. There were VJO head in the Hock, and they tould be heard for some distance before they cotild'be seen. They were purchased in Powell, Wolff Estill and Lee count'es. 11 TRA'J & STOKBLY Several entries have been made in the corn contest at the Times ollice, mid next week we will publish a list of the names, 0111 V.'c write all kinds cf Insurance. " columns heiug too crowded thi TRACY AND STOKELY. Office, Main Street, Wlnnh'fstcr. Ky. week. Mr. Whitt. of .the Clay City National Pank, nlso has n be good kIiow at the bunk. before we went to press, to verity the report, but J. A. Bowen, of Slade, was in their actions are very suspicious. R. igor" liluyoU OurUlilerAtHiiUtivHvi...V8,tt town Saturday, taking orders for riOlnOftfcVEQUIriSDHUtiliouirralvoaiidoreiLiV.ritliiflii'-'J. H. LACY & CO., vvii h.io Ij anywhere In the U. H. ullh r.'it jtn .f i Mime of his mu coal, which he w rlAYS'FftHti Yk:AU!in ; The Miitial number of the I Real, Estate will ship iu slmrtlv. Some time 1 i. ,K( jprat.M'iitiotirimlytl,BUcritoiwtwllilp kcr '.hi new Hazard paper, "The Mounniro Mr. Bowen was compelled to ,'jnsn". , rurr. I'ofMruishtiif huhebt . . pmi:t iU ii.iiui, jioie to shipping coal owing to the tain Star," has been issued, AND RENT. FOR SALE t,iot:ianufacturf.-'o- i W:irfu.roo usaniil' imnti oIhIiI; dyi. u hi'h freight rates charged, but and is a very creditable little IciTY nu. ra'Tamunyin.t tn uxi , !(mVji.i5t.i..tilyoari",lvcPurcataloi;u',3anait;aiuour uuluaiUo sheet. It is being published by PROPERTY A SPECIALTY. J y rrtche will now trv it again. t- aim re..t 'rltalle tpecial cffcri. lie llaztril Biptist Institute, and YOU V; LL UU ASTG 7m w fii tXiQrondrrftftljloijpritviVkO can SKED ttiU ytr. I Ik Irvine Comniercial CI11I make you WBMttihlftiet rn J )D its object is to advertise the trtn an.i nu m nt ? M r WW nlurii(Mlnril. GICTCLE OEALyR',TOHCallourlilcT".kuuJ..jOu'r iih well us tho newspapers there. and also serve the best S WINCHES TOR, KENTUCKY. have tendered a warm invitation interests of the community, and D"cnptlie 'J.ul''.,Ut,,J'Il'??.r?fi'I'f.'ro.'uea,.e. lmDartdrollrchln.,.l...rf.li ml riln llU . PflICTCtl SirlflCCO SifltlnwtlcU. " to the editors of mountain papers the people of the mountains. wuhuiui to hold their reorganization meet $ 'Mgalhom ractHre-Prso- ? ing at that, place, and it is quite . Win Morton, of Bowen, called 3?BiQr,Snn A SAMPLE PA!fi likely that the committee will on The tO TO IH7RODUOe, OHVS Times a few days ugo, eventually decide on Irvine. and made the editor think life Pompeii school house was de- was worth living by renewing OHOI.ET110!JDLErnOPUf3STL'nE3 stroyed by lire Wednesday mom. his subscription for mother two Ni'l,TeliorOUs will not M th Ircul. A liundivd thousand iralrn Mild lat vear. ing at 11 o'clock, the cause being years. His son, C. B. Morton, a tj 1V,.IV .lu Iiitnif, very duralilo and lined liisUlo wlHi a defective flue, which started a also called and ren uved for W. hiKuul quality ut niiiiwr, whlcu noverli- .T. Bu.rch, of South Fork. The MinPM noruuti and irllL.h HtKiw nn um. lire in the ceiling and roof. The 'inctunw nUhwut ulluwliiif mrto pscatn-- , Titer irolr Wollcothe rutitwru'fl mi mom than nu ordinary tiro; tlio pimfiii-tinUtlmr teacher, Hielutrd Crowe, will Morton fiiinily hnvo taken The A"t.ri Mi.t tufOwlr "i. ' tiuo llllvit iwliur trtrcii by uivcml tayernuf iiil.i.kicuia.U Times ever since the first. istie and r,0'f auanirt tHp"f- ' tMvimml fahrio on tlin tri ad. 'J'ho retfultr of Uibso continue tho school iu a noarh.v 10 pitVM.l I' .ICII.Jl is, .I tnun i iiu w iHTimlr. hut Ut advfrti.l.w j;iirtinWTi tiro will o:.tlj! n-- ett.tr ammal.lniranoecltil factory tn tho rlilvrot only building for the balance of the was published, nnd would not. be V. rr.Jlii sr.J 1 oj injr iwir. uim-nil khln C. iineeu uniu uay is without it. Sam Wells, of! r nn mainnnl Von do HH'tveil. we Will leni). novo .wrar a cunt iiiiui you nxiuiiK nuu am lli(..i:-- l fl. Vaughn's Mill, wa titwt iur whoi uxvySuf Hzxvmmn bmb Wo will allow a eaah dlacount at 5 ' wiit (tbiivly m.ik i..t l.m It is Iniiit: rumored around called at the ollice and ad vanned v ,r niiy ruMtvHaii nun uiibcit ami i nrlcwi tliutJvi.fil !in,,u in'.Iu.ilit .u nn, in.. t. Ikmv.iiiikhI nt OUtti'rii,.iui f..i' jnv 1 ' in , to bat in Winchester 'iiurir..ii.uiuaii.Mu wrjirtufiijrtiuiuiiii.iiiiii.ii(.i. town hut uiie of our mieit popu-l.i- r tho dale on The Times hook by i.i,fct. llmiiauj tlru Jou tLv0T.ir uHnl fir wen at any prUst. Uc Liuiv ltj.t,,. in, td t nnd u nioininent another year. yuiiiij: ladies JSL! vwntout.iiiidii.ir. jnUttt ium and they will tell you tJFFto ilF VSltiatMTai or XJOITQ 'lua. ujr.lirkui.1 luu. fOi- ul mim yoniit; "liin are about to take iiioU) vrlte fur oiir bl( tl auduuulrj eulouwlil. l, iWnlm anjiw..ja ibalwaj. Uia.liu(tlrraaivlb(..,ilcMiiilrtivnlaDjunirlatalwllalitiui 'al Urn plunse into the Hea of mar. Old Ut rule at tlifni THIXTPQ' T?PQTATTRANT1 . DO MOT lV.jfl.y2r V..w',t'","l','1,u"J?- do 1101 vhimi. or tOiI'oaNoi.oui,liloujftliv.M U ItiilN Tf XttiO ..ui ,r. o. rivtl life. ltMiltUy!0uloU.ni.n'liiu.., Viwiikw, Neither part v could d.h'u. i Real Estate and Insurance.' We Buy und Sell Fim'nnd City Property of all kinds. We liuve some-i t'aims in Clark and .adjoining iMinties for safe or rent. Write us what you want. ' I km vm i' 17 : .,. . 1 1 i 1IIWI ww nun iM. w I -- (U(u.-- e, rVA'Z!. V . '- - !, &3a MM .XKKIC-HJUn- 11 ' 'I-1- : - orli-- r 13 11. I m, it I I i i .ln-- ., j' m m , . I - I -- i Alain & Wuslilunton. i ..." ii.L.HEJID GYGLE i . - rsa 8BHIPSHV mm M3i