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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): November 26, 1914 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1914 cla1914112601_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 26, 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. THE CLAY CITY TIMES. M. P. O'MARA, Owner and Publisher Wc are Here to Help Clay City, the Surrounding Country and Ourselves. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. VOL. XIX I'Ol'ULAR YOUNG COKI'LE AKE MARRIED. One of thf prettiest weddings of tin; year occurred Monthly morning when Miss Reese Shiinfessel end .Mr. (icorgti 11. Wiggins were married at t tie home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. Shiinfessel, the Uev. Judge Mann officiating The wedding was, in some luspects u surprise to their trend, as it was tindersrnoil that it would not take place for some time yet. The bride, who is only seventeen yearn old, is the daughter of Mr. nd Mrs. C Sliimfessul, and one of the most charming young ladies in Clay City. The groom has been em ployed as operator at the station here lor tile pant year, and is thought highly of bv all who know lilm. The young eouple hd made ar rangements to take a bridal trip to the grooin'H home in Tennessee, but, owing to the difficulty in se curing a substitute operator, the trip had to be postponed until u later date. For the present Mr. and Mrs. Wiggins are making their home with the parents of the bride, but they will take up housekeeping in CLAY CITY. KY.. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER. WE SHOULD BE THANKFUL. 2( J9M. xXO. 18. STANTON. Mr. S. L. Hull, of Fayette countv was CillliS " his many friends' in town this week. a thort time. LOSES THREE FINGERS. While' working tht! -- At a jointer at Urodllead.Gairelt null las Saturday, John L'atton had r misfortune to have his left hand aught in the machine with the leMilt that three of his lingers were b.idly matigled, ami had to be amputated. Urn. Martin and Williams attended him, ami he is reported as doing nicely now. WANT CAVALRY HORSES. Several buyers of horses for the f reign governments which are engaged in the war, are purchasing I'tiises around the country for ' ipment to Europe, hut the prices .'Vjted arc scarcely high enough io tempt the owner of a suitable Ir tse to let go of him, unless he is to. From $90 to $130 it the usual price offered, and i horses are worth more than that. doubt if the college will go to the expense of having any more such. Only half enough was taken in to meet the expenses of the re- We. were in hopes that County Judge J. M. Stevenson the people of Stanton would of Winchester was here last week diow their appreciation for these attending court. With Mr. Char- tilings so that we could have had ley Spencer of same place Miev tun ii v more this 'viuter. ook in the entertainment at the Mr. I.ennie Crow and his new College Chapel Friday night. bride, who was a Miss Chaney Mrs. M. A. IMiillips left Mnu from McCormick where Mr. Crow dav for Louisville where she wili was agent for some time, are citvisit among her daughters and izens of Stanton now and we give kin folks. Her daughter, Mrs. them a royal welcome. As soon from his Anna Todd, is hero while she is as the writer present home thev will move in away. iiiil set up. housekeeping. it; Mrs. This gn'e to the editor too ear-l- Crow is well known here, having But we hae meat, and we can cat, to tell of the entertainment visited the family of Tilford Sae let the Lord be thankit." held at the college today cousins of her people. Mr. The nature of Crow is a splendid young man KKNNON'S MILL B URN EI). (Wednesday). the entertainment has been kept and we are glad indeed to have The h.iw mill of .1, M Ken nun a secret by the scholars and we him as our depot agent. He on Ilardwien.'! creek, was destroy all go with pleasant anticipation made a good record at Campton ed bj tire Tuesday night. The for something good. Junction. - THANKSGIVING 1914, finds us peace with the rest of the world, while the great powers of ti, m.t w.i,i tl V Ml, If Ul If 11.14 n. HIV VIH If Villi or each other; the .Mexican situation on our borders is clearing, and the American c'tizen is indeed little of soul v'ho cannot approach this Thanksgiving Day with a proper spirit. Mr. Moneybags, as you sit down to your Thanksgiving feast and stimulate your jaded appetite with the sparkling spirit of the hills of France, be thankful that the hoofprints of cavalry have not, as there, despoiled the smooth sward of that you look out over so fondly, and rejoice that the little streams that laugh' through your peaceful acres are not red with man's blood. . Mr. Middleman, if your salary has been cut a little; if you find it necessary to tighten up on the outgo so that the "tongue may meet the buckle;" if you are apprehensive that you may have to put that "Ford" in cold storage, still be thankful that you- are not lying in the trenches, with the Hash of flame in your eyes by day and the thud of grave sod in your cars- by night. j Mr. Wage Earner, lie thankful that the dinnerpail has thus far been kept well filled, even with four days a week. The good wife and the little ones, with you there o encourage them, can somehow manage a somewhat lighter pay envelope far better than on he miserable pension that a sol dier's widow received. "Some hae meat and canna cat, And some would cat that want at 1 ,.. vine-cla- d blue-gra- ss Word was received here last week that Nathan Day, miii ol Walter Day former State Treasurer of Kentucky, had been kill- ed while working in a sawmill The 1'ettit case was continued at Melbourne, Ark. Walter Day till the next term of court. forirfLly lived in Clay City anil Mr. D.ive Lucas has his barber waslated to John and Floyd shop running in the Chaney Day. The son, Nathan, who wn Mr. and Mrs. John Davis and building by the depot. killed, was born at Vaughn's tiieir little daughter, of Hamil- Mill, und is n here. Mr. Tom Riser, wife and little ton, Ohio, were called to the bedHis mother was .Miss Mattie B. daughter, Nancv were visiting side of Mi. Davis' mother at Mi.e, before her marriage, ami at the home of Mr; and Mrs. Har- - Jackson. Mrs. Davis and dn lighshe is a sister of J. '. Mize, low Norton last week. ter stopped oil' two days and vis- of Vaughn's Mill. He also hud ited with her parents, Mr. and We would like for Miss Marga-re- t several other relatives in the Mrs. Ance Norton before leaving county. Norton to tell us who that When for Jackson Saturday. fine looking young man was with Nathan Day was an exemthey return back ' to Ohio they her Sunday. We nre all interplary young man, who was well will move to ano her town three ested greatly. miles from Hamilton where Mr. liked by all who knew him, and Mrs. Bettio Hardwick return- Davis oas another position await- the news of his death was with sorrow here. ed Tuesday from Winchester ing him. of the accident resulting where' she hud been for several The recital given at the Col- in ins death have not been Jays visiting her son J. U. Hard-wiclege chapel by Mrs. McNenmry learned it being only was greatly enjoyed by those known that he was killed inMr. Dave Lucas returned Tues- who heard her. There was a stantly in a sawmill. day from Cincinnati where he very small crowd present. Kvi had been to bus. & hill of goods dently the people of Stanton do for his store across from the de- not. care for such things. As ANOTHER YOUNG well-knowTin-detail- s Dr. Smih says that he has cured over two thousand cases of con sumption with his remedy and that he has calls from all over tho country for his medicine. Coming up on the train this week with the writer he told of a number of persons that he had cured who live in and around our own cou nty. KILLED IN ARKANSAS. pot. Mr. Lane, father of Mrs. JefT Martin died Tuesday night at the home of his 'daughter. He was in his 77fh year .and hi? death had been this recital wis an experiment as to future DEMOCRAT. Mr and Mrs. J. E. Niblack are receiving the congratulations of their many friends on the arm al a - entertainments we lookfl.tjme uit-aL- . handoenjpouiiil.bov.. , DISEASE HAS BEEN CHECKED foot and mouth disease, has been playing havoc with the cattle trade for the past two weeks, is now about under control, and the quarantine is being lifted in several sections. The which nn-ive- PASSENGER SERVICE TO BE IMPROVED. y Ah-ne- r, Mr. T. 1. Anderson visited his The burning of the I'ompeil daughter, Mrs. Matti'e O'ltuar of school house which was noted in Lexington tins week. Mr. An- last week's paper was not inm-derson had the misfortune to cut of a loss to I'owell countv. They the end of his thumb oil' last were sadly in need of a new' week. He was sawing a boinl school house at that place ami it when be slipped and thrust his was a shame that it was used as ei.'inty farmets are enjoying the hand in the way of the saw teeth long as it was as a place for i eriilcnt porker, while the city SHORT DOCKET AT and cut oil' about u half inch of school purposes. The writer was, CIRCUIT COURT. the thumb. It is doing as well on, people- have to he contented with there several Sundays last The writer spent several days in Morgan county in the interest of !'"innig of country hams and deas could be expected. year and it was with great Circuit Court adjourned at Stan licious sausage or else put up with that, wo could keep warm his Sunday School work and also ton Saturday noon, after a short Mr. .lohn Jackson is very low. on some days, even when we was present at the opening gun aek'ng' house products, and pay session. Severn! indictments were again and his daughter arrived prohibition at hugged to the stove. The pity for nation-widprices for that. extortionate returned by the Grand Jury. Tuesday from (lordotilon tube1 of it is that it could not have been Lexington Monday night when In the suit of Judge 'O. M. with !ii in. He took a sinking spell I'atterson of torn down and Mm logs gradually jail at Beattyvillo is filled Dorickson against the L. & E. for Sunday and is in a very seri.nisj The gave u splendid lecture burned up as stove wood. Our to capacity, there having been an damages for personal injuries sus condition. Wo have seldom seen Superintendent has been having the evils of the liquor tain , by, him when alighting from;.,,, j,1(it)tl,c. ,)f t I'lisually large number of mf0 ova,v antl some splendid school houses e. trallic. Wo vi 11 dwell more latat the recent term of Cir- a train at Stanton in August, evntion to his father than that . reeled in dill'eient parts of the er on as to this great movement , , y, , cuit Court. It was rumored that Judge Dcrickson was awarded , f M ' county and wu feel assured she that is being launched for the $1,000. Judge J. M. Stevenson, off. constantly at his bedside will soon give the contract, for a abolition of tho liquor trallic from ei'o nui'i who was sentenced would v..i....-- . .... r liberated from the jail by s ' jJcricltHOii, while the railroad wan acting as nurse as well as u help good warm building at Pompeii. the United States. One huntriouls, and Judge Hugh Riddell lepreseuted by Judge S. M. Wil- - in.the home, dred speakers of national fame The writer has been away so tiro lecturing all ovor Kentucky ni ooee ordered tho jailer to have son r of Lexington. Dr. T. H. Smith, of Lexington, lunch this week that ho has not .Thl case of Tom Pettit, charged of live men at tho n purinl this week in the interest of th's nun proprietor in me cuieuraiun had tune to find out the news of nan iiiu iitumer ui uuu jail until further notice from the a negro, in Clay City, in uiuiiiuii, August, Smith' Lung Touio was in our! tho Circuit Court but hu will try movement und every inan ami woman who is against this busicon it .was put over to tho March term of , Wednesdav of this week. und give it in next week's issue. ness is asked to help. in the light. rtmik'f Ma-poth- cause is unknown, but it is sup posed to have been set on fire, as there was no one there at the lime, and no lire left about the place. This is the thiid time' that the mill has ciughl lite in the last The past week has been idcul foi hog killing, and all over the year. It is said that very shortly another passenger train will input on the L. & K. between Mc- Iloberts and Louisville, although officials will not verify he report. Mr. W. A. McDowell, general manager of the L. E. passed through here last week with a number of L. & N. officials, including Milton II. Smith, W. E. Smith, M. L. and others familiar with la flic conditions. It is said that a new through train without change, will be put on bctwcei. McRoherts and Louisville. I I - dilli-cult- y I e Ten-nosse- e con-ieiio- I I I Kul i I 'X' f made by some counties nearer .cnuc Xrom the Herald was never home than Pike, but the prompt n,01u ,nn enough to live on, and' his old age, Colonel Cooper is action of Judge Benton did a lot obliged to continue his labors. The towards discouraging the habit of trafficing in votes,' and at pres- press throughout the State, and A Democratic Newspaper ent the evil is almost stamped out particularly in the mountains, where he is better known, considin this county. Eighteen Years Old er that an honor has been done the craft by Governor McCrcary The Best Weekly in this Section. EDITOR IS MADE A COLONEL n his appointment, and none ex- -' Editor Spencer Cooper, of the tend congratulations any heartier M. P. O'MARA, Hazel Green Herald, has been pro- to the new Colonel than the editor OWNER AND PUBLISHER. moted by Governor McCrcary to of The Times. the rank of colonel of the staff. mail mat- Colonel Cooper is one of the best Entered as second-clas- s ter at the Post Office at Clay City, known newspaper men in the Old newspapers for pale at this Ivy., under the Act of Congress of State, and hnd it not been for his dice. energy in establishing the Herald March 3, 1879. How's This? We offer One Hundred Dollar" in 1885, it is probable that very few people would ever have Reward for any cuse of Caturrb A HOME-MAPAPER! known that there was such a place thnt et.nnot.be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. THURSDAY, NOV. 2(i, 1914 as Hazel Green. Several times F. J CHENEY & Co., Toledo, 0. since the establishment of the We, the undersigned, have known received Herald,' Colonel Cooper COLONEL WALTON TO RUN ilnt'oriti" offers to remove his F. J. Cheney for the lust 15 yearn, und Imlieve him perfectly honorable Col. W. P. Walton, the veteran rbnt to various other mountain In all husiness transactions and towns, and also turned down newspaper man, has announced able to carry out any obhimself as a candidate for the De- good offers on the editorial staffs ligations made by his firm. city papers. Howmocratic nomination for Secretary of National Bank of Commerce, of State. Col. Walton's announce- ever, he stuck to his first love, Toledo, O. ment was, in a way, a very unique and the Herald today is one of the Hull's Catarrh Cure is tak en in one, as he disclaimed having been most widely known papers in the besciped by a multitude of friends State. It first gained National ternolly. acting directly 'ton the when Max O'Rell blood and mucous services of the tor make the race, or having been prominence wrote his famous story, system. Testimonials nent tree. promised the support of any indi Sold hy viduals or parties. However, this "Jonanthan and His Continent, Price 75 cents per hottle. all druggists. lack of- encouragement has more in which he stated that the Herald Take Hill's Family Pillo for eon than been made up for since the was one of the only two distinc tipation. announcement, as his friends are tive American papers, and since Hocking to his standard, and the then it has been widely quoted by CASH BASIS BEST press throughout the State has other papers throughout the ' A number of Kentucky newsbeen emphatically in favor of his State. papers, owing to 'the increased, candidacy. No better man could Colonel Cooper is himself a cost of printing material, etc., b selected for that responsible pogentleman of the old school, whose have raised their subscription sition than Col. Walton, and, havcompany is always a pleasure, price. A still larger number of ing been a consistent worker for wide views of life have the weekly papers have announcthe Democratic party for many and whose by his living in ed that they have placed their 'ears, he' is entitled to this reward. not. been cramped the comparative solitude of Hazel suuscnpuon Dusmess on a oasis Had the Colonel in his af cash in advance, strictly. That A Pike county grand jury re- Green. , i in: younger (lays, cnosen a puuuuml is the petter plan; It does not pay turned indictments against 1,100 received to carry g subscribers persons for vote buying and hell- caiecr, he would have high honors, or had he accepted for the sole purpose of making a ing, or for perjury in connection (lattering offers made good ciroulation showing. There with the elections in that county. any of the him to write for papers with is not much money In circulation at This is a pretty bad reputation National circulation, he would the best and a good many papers for any county to have, nnd it is have been famous, but he con handle their subscription lists in evident that an official similar to sidered that, hnving established such a way that there is no money Judge Benton is required in that the Herald, it was his duty to stay it all in it. Sensible advertisers county for a while. A few years with it, and do his utmost for the arc more impressed by quality ago it is probable that almost as good of the mountain people if circulation anyway and arc not bad a showing could have been among whom he lived. The rev- - apt to be impressed by a big list of subscribers that is mainly com posed of persons who pay in pro mises. Frankfort State Journal. THE TIMES. High Grade Clothing IScmt. Di'csMvi'H Quality 'of J CLOTHES. Mini NOW enu A.iprliit! nd ttARX SCHAFFNER IV fie it in AVInolie r full HART, -- BLOOMFIELD SPECIALS At $10.00, $12.50, $13.50, $15.00. Lee Bloomfield & Co., North Main St. X Winchester, Ky. DE STANTON Term Opened COLLEGE, STANTON, KY. Monday, Sept. 7, 1914. well-know- n 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, Stanton, Ky. exzxxxz: non-payin- Safety First! To proteel the Depositor, is the firft duty of a Bank; for this reason the ample Capital and Surplus and Conservative Business Methods of the 'CLAY CITY NATIONAL" constitute the slrongeit claim for new business. For protection of depositors, we have: Capital paid in, $25,000.00 Surplus and Profits. 10.000.00 Shareholders' Liability. 25.000.00 Total. Twenty-fiv- e a EJi LC LC 3 Sjj 31 jR L - $60,000.00 and g IE Years of Experience at Our Present Location. CLAY CITY NATIONAL Clay Gty, Kentucky. BANK, We are Showing a Complete Line of CLOTHING, Fall and Winter floods, Etc. Call and see our Line and get our Prices. We can fit you in Complete Style Try This For Your Cough. Thousands of people keep cough ing because unable to get the right remedy. Coughs are caused by In ilauiutiou of Throat und Bronchial 1'ubes. What you netd is to soothe this Inflamation. Take Dr. King's New Discovery, it penetrates the delicate mucous lining, raises the Phlegm arid quicklv relieves the congested membranes. Get a 50 ct, bottle from your druggist. "Dr King's New Discovery quickly und completely stopped niy cough," writes J. It. Watts, Floydale, Tex as. Money back if not satisfied, but it nearly always helps. Member Federal Reserve Bank Syttera. SANITARY. BAKERY When you want yood Bretd und Cakes baked in a SANITARY SHOP and made of the best try the SANITARY BAKERY, rfWInohehter. PRCS II EVERY DAY AT JAMES BLOOM'S. s, LEWIS Sanitary Bakery, RUPARD, Winchester, Ky. at Low Cost. SHIMFESSEL'S Send your shoes by parcel post, and have them repaired in flie best way. und with the. best material. TREES. Send money with the shoes. Prices: Fruit nnd Ornamental tree, Men's Half Soles, sewed 90c, nail Shrubs, drupe Vines, Rhubarb, ed 65c. Peonies, Phlox, Buses, etc. Hoys' "d Women's Half Soles, sew ed 75c. nailed 50c. KVBUY Til I NO FOR ORCHARD, Rubber heels, lien,, B5c, Women 50c. I.AWN AND GARDEN. Leather heels, Men, 35; Women 25c. NO AOKNTS Fit UK CATALOGS Parcel post work receives prompt CHAS. BALMUT Winchester, Ky, ELTTTTTTI POWELL & JACKSON Writers of all Kinds of Fire, LKe, Torriado, Ughtnlna and Hall Insurance.. We are also agents for the Illinois Surety Company and are prepared to do a general Bonding business. POWELL & JACKSON JL F. HILLENMEYER & SONS, Lexington, Ky. Sam W. Powell Office In Winchester Llnvllle Jackson Court House. Kentucky 0 in dairy products, poultry, fruits, tobacco and various other work, The attention of all farmers and Very tempting premium lists have stockmen is called to the "Far So much interest has been takbeen provided and the exhibits en in the Boys' Corn Clubs that mers' Week" to be held at the compare favorably with the best Experiwore organized at the Kentucky Kentucky Agricultural in the country. ment Station, January 4 to 9, Hxpcriment Station that the Of nil the various agencies at authorities are now preparing to 1915. work for the advancement of agri"Farmcis' Week" consists of a extend their work by the organiculture in Kentucky, the work of zation of Boys Pig Clubs. The ob- scries of exercises and exhibits of Farmers' Week is one of the most ject of these pig clubs is to boost interest to farmers in the various important. After attending one the livestock industry and furnish branches of agriculture and in- of these meetings, the open mind n way for the boys on the farm to cludes the annual conventions of ed, progressive farmer returns to make some extra money. The the Kentucky Dairy Cattle Club, his home gicatly benefitted by boys will be assisted and encour- Kentucky Beef Cattle Breeders' what he has seen and heard, he aged in their work by the Experi- Association, State Horse Breeders' is refreshed and has a new enthu Swine Association, Kentucky ment Station, and any informasiasm for his work upon the home tion that will be of benefit to Breeders' Associati on, farm in which he clearly sees pos lliem will be furnislicd free of Sheep Breeders' Association, Kensibilities which before had seemed tucky State Poultry Breeders" charge. vague if they had been thought of Members of these clubs must Association, Kentucky State Bee Keepers Association, State Horti- at all. At this great gathering not be over 18 years of age, and one conies in friendly contact with each is to own and care for at cultural Society, and the Kentucky Corn Growers' Association. the best and most progressive far least one pig. Records must be mers and stockmen of the coun-- . 'cpt for at least four months, Each club or association has its try. showing the cost of production, own program, participated in by, Reduced rates have been grantetc., and this information will bej s members and also by the facul ed by all the principal rai'ronds of great value to the members,, ty of the agricultural college and in Kentucky. and will tend to bring about the i by certain men from other States, Farmers' Week is the first of( national repuof national rearing of a larger number of tation in their respective lines. ten weeks winter course in agri-- 1 hogs. Conpotive exhibits will be held culture which course is especially The corn growing clubs have designed to meet the needs of, been a great success, and there is in corn and various other grains, busy farmers who can devote on-- ! no reason why the 'pig clubs Iy a limited amount of time to should not be equally so. Any one j agricultural college work. interested in this matter may obindiParticulars regarding the tain full information by addressvidual association meetings and ing the State Pig Club, Agent Exthe competitivc'cxhibits, premium j periment Station, Lexington, Ky. lists, etc., may be obtained by ad- -' dressing the Agricultural Experiment Station, Lexington, Ky. EOYS PIG CLUBS FARMERS' WEEK BEING ORGANIZED and fell down stairs, breaking her leg and a $19 set of false teeth. The baby, left alone, crawled through the spilled cream into the pntlor and ruined a $40 parlor carpet. During the excitement the daughter eloped with the hired man, taking the family savings bank with them. I The moral is that every man . should bo a subscriber to his homo I newspaper. Come to Our Store And let us chow you what a nice line of goods we State cairy. Our Mock of Dry Good, Notion", Hardware. Clothing, Shoe an. etc. is 1 firooerifc. replete with I Variety, Style and Qualiy. THIS COMIilNKl) WITH OUR or-int- Low Prices Make it to your interet-- t to yive us a good sha:e of be- your trade. We strive, to pleace our customers cause we know iwtif fled customer are our best assets Dealers Wanted Yours to please, It Really Does Relieve Rheumatism. witli Rlietiimitistii in any form should by till means keep l bottle tif ."Sloan's Liniment tin hand The minute you feel jmin or soreness in a joint or iniiMtf, b.itlie it with S'oanV Lini mem. Do not rub it. Sloan's peue trutes almost immediately right to the peat of pain, relieving the hot, tender, swollen feeling and making thu part easy and comfortable. Gel ! bottle of Sloan's Liniment tnr'JSe it any druggist and have it in the uoue against colds, suie and swnl leu joint, iheuniatipni, neuralgia, ci mh:n and like ailments. Your money back if not patUfied. but it Iocs give almost inMant relief. is afflicted WALDRON & JOHNSON, Kveryto!y who Mrt'iuij. Suullicui ImlUiu an.l ititlre Mala ot i Kentucky to lake on our 11m of LK.US, ALLKS 1 unu aIKTa automobiles. Our car Rood, I satis! the owrurs, urn! you make MOMi. From i ?1!A. Thin is a Kod chance t76 up; also one at fur an rstabliilu-Auto Itailer to take on a quick'FellinK line ot iwpular curs, or for a lire IIL'STI.Eil with a little money and backing to get Into a rtpit class nKmrj.mal.imr buslnrNi. Write quick for partictiLiri to the Factory llepretenta K. COMPANY, SI-Uvea KENTON MOTOHS Ninth St., Cincinnati, Ohio. AI.LKN "37" 881)5 WE WANT u wl.li.aale liKALHrt In each t:wn lu Moiiiht'rn Oliin, aaljaevnt tmitcry in W. muiiiuiiuiiix -- and Markers Wa'tersvillf1, Ky. ARE FoU.NI) AT - - Fisher WINCHESTER, & Co., KV. piuc es OTIUNG TOO LARGE. NOTHING TOO SMALL. to surr all. J. DAN JACKSON, XJenlci In New and Second Hand Furniture "UlnolMteriiir und Ksipalriny: n Specialty. Corner Broadnay unil Napel 3t. J Rye and Timothy Seed. Need any Fence, Ga'es, Roofing, Cement, Sewer Pipe? Write us. one made. OUK -- Winchester, THE TIGHT WAD Yc once knew a man who was .oo - Kentucky. U44 4.4.4.X184.108.40.206.220.127.116.11-J.4.4.4- We PRICES sell the Owensboro Wagon, the best ALWAYS RIQtl . ARE I. stingy to take the newspaper LJCU1UIU OW-ns-- 11 XI HTtti-la- , n his home town and always went WINCHESTER. KENTUCKY. i ver to borrow his neighbor's sent his son over to borrow the paper and while the ion was on the way he ran into a large stand of bees and in a few minutes his face looked like a He paper. One evening We carry a Complete Line of COULD SCARCELY Cilothing, Shoes, and Men's Furnishings. Try us for your next Suit. Our Fall and Winter Goods are all in now, and our stock is the most complete in town. nminter squash. last time, was my worst. had dreadful nervous headaches and prostration, and was scarcely able to walk about. Could not do any of my housework. I also had dreadful pains In my back and sides and when one of those weak, sinking spells would come on me, 1 would have to give up and He down, until It wore off. was certainly in a dreadful state of health, when 1 finally decided to try Guiiui, the woman's tonic, and 1 firmly 1 1 Hearing the agonized cries of the son, the father ran to his and, in doing so, ran into a barbed wire fence, cutting a handful of flesh from his anatomy Vin- believe I would have died if I hadn't ind ruining a $4 pair of trousers. Kai For Three Summers Mrs. The old sow took advantage of taken it. he hole in the fence, got into the cent Was Unable to Attend to After I began taking Cardui, I was lornfield and killed herself eating greatly helped, and all three bottles reAny of Her Housework. neon corn. Hearing the racket, lieved me entirely. 'he stingy man's wife ran out of four-gallo- n I fattened up, and grew so much Mie house, upsetting a suffered for stronger in three months, 1 felt like an- ihurn full of cream into a basket Pleasant Hill, N. C.- -"l of kittens, drowning the wholr three summers," writes Mrs. Walter other person altogether." flock. She slipped on the cream Vincent, of this town, "and the third and Cardui Is purely vegetable and gentle-actin- WALK ABOUT g. Its ingredients have a mild, tonic effect, on the womanly constitution. Cardui makes for increased strength, improves the appetite, tones up the nervous system, and helps to make pale, sallow cheeks, fresh and rosy. Cardui lias helped more than a million weak women, during the past 50 years. It will surely do for you, what it has done for them. Try Cardui today. Writt toi Chattanooga Mcdkliw Co.. Ladles' Ad. vlsory Dept.. Qiattanuuca. Tn for Upecial Jt on tour case and bVpaac look, "Home licataeol fur Wuunn," ssnt la pUla wiapuar. J-- l $tructuil Don't Delay Treating Your Cougn. A slight cough often becomes ser Inus, lung get congested, bronchia ubes fill with mucous. Your vital ity is reduced. You need Dr. Hell's Pine.Tar Honey, It soothes you irritated air passages, loosens inu cons und makes your system rests Colds. Give the Haby and Chilr Honey. ItV ren Dr. Hell's I'ine-Ta- r nuuiantted ti help them. Only 5 cents t your t'rugghst. Harris Friedman, 14 N. Main St., Winchester, Ky. and bring it to him. The groom FOUND IN WAR TIME started to inform the commander-in-chie- f that the horse was picketThe press dispatches appearing ed out with the others, but was in the papers last week about the interrupted by "Bobs," who curtdeath of Lord Roberts, recalled ly ordered him to do as ho was lo the editor of Tho Times an told. This was about 8 o'clock in amusing incident whihe occurred the morning, and it was noon during tho Boer War in South when the groom reported back Africa, when ho was serving un with the hide, whereupon "Bobs" der Lord Roberts' command. Tho demanded to know the cause of KS story appeared in print at that the delay. The groom then potime, and has since then been re- litely told him that "Major" had hashed by various newspapers broken his picket rope, and it reand appeared under different dis- quired two hours' hard work to seises, but this is the original, and catch him. can be vouched for by at least Of course, explanations were de three other Kcntuckians, who manded by the commander-in-chiepi were in the same brigade. but they were rather lame, Lord Roberts, or "Bobs, "as ho and "Bobs" got back at the was referred to by every "Tom- guilty ones in an unexpected way, my" in the British service, was a as it happened that about a week martinet, who would take no back after this occurrence, a wagon talk from any one, and who want- load of supplies, which was being ed his orders obeyed at once when forwarded for the officers of this they were given, without any division, was lost between Dur m questions or any comments. While ban and Pictennaritzburg, and stationed at Pietermartizburg, in for a month the officers had to Natal, for a short time, some of make shift with the same rations m his brother officers thought to as were served out to the "Tom have a little fun at "Bob's" ex- mies, inc quartermaster in pense, and one of them was de- charge of the transport aftertailed to tell him that his favorite wards declared that he got special horse, Major, was dead. The in- orders from the commandcr-in-ohie- f to "sidetrack" that wagon, tention was merely to see the effect of this information on him and as a result the officers were and then to inform him of the compelled to without their wine, 3 truth, but the game was, in a way, and other little delicacies which spoiled, when a dispatch rider they had been accustomed to came up at that moment with information concerning the enemy, and the matter was NO CATTLE SOLD forgotten by all except the chief. AT WINCHESTER .Shortly afterwards he came out of his tent, and calling his groom, Court day at Winchester Mon an Irishman, ordered him to go day was a very quiet one owing and take his hide off "Major," to the fact that the stockyards f, nt HUMOROUS INCIDENTS te; Hog Killing Time Next week will be the proper time to kill hogs. You can not make a successful economic job out of it with- out the proper tools. Why make a drudge of the job when we can supply you with I! KEEN KUTTEK and SURE EDGE BUTCHER KNIVES. With Swedish laid blades that are guaranteed metal. all sizes from 6 inches to 12 inches blades. In Also Enterprise Sausage Mills and Presses. See us and get Lard As well as a complete line of Lard Cans. some oi these labor saving tools. 1 TTJU -5- -1 K- Winchester, Ky. I If Grubbs wm i and Benton, A T- Hardwick and Our fall and winter goods Co., B ff Cor. Main and Broadway, Fall ana Winter Goods. are now in, and we invite you know your wants and are prewill save you mon- to call and tee them. We pared to supply them, and at prices that ey. "High Quality and Low Prices" is our motto. Walt-Ove- Are r sole agents ror Queen Quality shoes for women, shoes for men, "Hart SchafTner & Marx and The Matchless Brand mens suits, Sweet Orr & Co. corduroy pants and overalls, Arrow brand mens' shirts and collars. Stetson and Astor brand mens patterns. and boys': hats, Pictoral Review dress See our "lines of mens' odd pants, dress goods, men, neckwear, blankets, beds, hosiery, mattresses ready to wear hats, wcrrens', misses' and childrens' coats, Balmocaan coats for women and sweaters, raincoats, comforts, springs, chairs, sewing machines. for it will be to your interest. In fatft, anything you need Wc handle the 'Bain' wagons by the carload, and can save you money on a wagon. We are selling Crown flour and Red Cross flour at 75 cents per were closed by order of the county HORSES DYING live stock inspector, and no stock kk a w. .ww. onvn was offered for sale. There was only a small crowd in town, and R 8UUPLUS AND UN- Saturday afternoon, last, Ira E DIVIDED I'KOITITS. SOO.OOO J most of them were from this sec Foster was driving along Main tion of the country. Some way street in front of the. Court House or another, Powell county people a when his horse sickened, fell and i seem to gravitate toward "Win I jj died in a few minutes. chester for Court day, and this OP WlNCttHTHR, Kt. A few days ago the horse of Za only goes to show the necessity of having a regular sale day here Boen became suddenly ill and died i- - N.IIOLLV VlTllBllHTOU!,ritl!H, once a month, when Powell county in a short time. E W, It. Hl'IIAH, OaHHIKK. people could meet to buy and sell About a week ago the horses of stock without having to travel A. J. lliddell, Millard Brown and your accounts homoitmd'2 away from home. Oscar Jackson, occupying ad &tt AM SlI 1 VS. Sfl SM Sfl MMMtir Over at Irvine steps are being jacent farms, died suddenly with taken to establish a regular court in a few days of each other. day sale, and the Clay City Com- Richmond mercial Club is also working on those lines. As soon as tho cattle fHIS PAPER REPREStNTED FOR FOREIGN 1Y THE ADVERTISING trade is settled down from tho scare from the foot and mouth dis lfiRU ease, active preparations will bo oencrm. orpicts made to have a sale day establish-c- d NEW YORK AND CHICAGO here. BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES "Winchester Bank, tub Climax-Madisouia- u. 25 pounds, or $3.00 per hundred, and Monarch flour 70 cents per 25 pound sack, or $2.80 per hundred FAMOUS JACK BREEDER DIES Thomas C. H. Adams, one of the most noted Jack breeders in Cen over ee I YEARS- - every EXPERIENCE 'the Lamp Oil that Saoss Eyes fillll iN i sack 'guaranteed to satisfy or money refundedJupoiTieturn'of wiiat is left after trying it. Roasted coffee 1 21 2c -- per lb. HARDWICK STANTON, S & COMPANY, KENTUCKY. tral Kentucky, died last Saturday at his home at Athens, Payette county. Mr. Adams was 88 years of age, and was born at Indian 'iclds. He started in the breed ing of blooded jacks shortly after tho Civil war, and was one of the pioneers in that business in Ken tucky. Ife was well known by many Powell county pcoi!. hade lYinnns Debiqnb COPYlUQHTS Anyona N't1l"ff Tifirrt Imr rrnt In iha 110110 11111' If, ftru.ly Iti'it. Jli'MfU HlU tr KClHir. till' oil I'm Uirr ' cli-nn1 rl an wit; it i fit vr U(i'ii M l" ! ,tst ilnip I' umvii.ii UU'llll Oil tnlc-iai-)- anlln aktlrh and dwcrlptUm qtilealr McwriAlii u iroiinUMi fraa whubaraiif an lilfaittloq la prvbablf palanlabU. Coiuraunlra. tUiiuatrlctlrcuuiiileiilUl. HtNDBOM ou Paiania aaiil Iraa. uldatt aaeuor for aeourlii vatanla. t'Alaula Ukan llirouah lluuu i. Cv. racalrc nutlet, without chart, la tlio Ac. la mi MO'o M uvrM)T-l,.i- -t t" . thin tUt Infi'.l.ir wi.rki 071, In . T'll '.'1. J 1 j Will; K barilla rKlI.tTB hi' our lt SCKMiTiC cu1aLU.ii A bandaomtlf tllaatrata1 waaklr. at an aoianlUlo 1ourii&l. Tariua. 13 iawlfourmuniaa.il. UoMbyall nawrtaalara. ttmWM.dr. l. ( h Chas. C. Stol! Oil Ca. Lex!nstonKy. V . t) Hefliwrr at 'rrvii, kU Ibis ollratcJ ".No Auto OIL (,'a'i b" f r Miami Ottea, C2J IT Bt, Waablumou. PERSONALS. A. C. Barnes was in Winchester Monday on husineis. f SPOUT SPRING. A. 0. Mackey wan in Friday on business. 11. Winches-lo- r John Kimhrell was down toI:i (linn Fields Monday. Frank Kennon was in Winchester Wednesday on business. Dock Dehart was down f f t f t f ? t f t J. Curtis is moving to son-in-la- Urn farm nf his Burnett. Everett An Open Letter To the Men of Clay City and Powell County. Gentlemen: We t J T this means Mrs. Belle Burgher will short-l- y begin the erection of a now residence on her farm near here. Gen. S. Ware, who recontlv moved from this place to Oatnar-ro- , Montgomery county, has sold his crop of corn hero to various parties at iflt.Ofl per barrel for We picked corn in the field. failed to learn the price obtained for the short corn. Mr. and from g Stanton Thursday morning. Harry Busscll spent at St. Helens. Mr. Thanks-rivin- and Mrs. Geo. B. were in Winchester V wines-layW.g-gin- s . t t t sell Men's Suits ana Overcoats and Young Men's Suits at wholesale prices that McKinney, of Win dicster, was in Clay City one lay this week. Mrs. 0. Hazelrigg was in Lexington Monday on ;i shopping Morgan f f f ? you can. buy your new Suit or Overcoat of us a at saving of $4.00 to $8,00. How We trip. Mrs. Kate Whaley is visiting . relatives at Wyandotte for a few-days- i Y Y 'it? sell direct to do we do t t f t y v V f Mr. Bayard you from the factories and save you the middleman's Yours profit. STORE, f f Y Y f Y Y Y ers have returned apolis, lud., where thev have spent the summer and fall. Thev will again return to Indianapolis in the spring, where Mr. work Boners doe contracting during the spring, sii:nnier and fall months. Berrv Hall while driving a team rrntav came near getting a serious injury. The team sud denly turned to one side und ran the end of the wagon tongue against the barn door through which he o aiwd O. Bog. from Indian- to save you $4.00 to $8.00. UNITED CLOTHING t ? V Mrs. Myrtle Burgher, who has been at St. Helens for some time came home for Thanksgiving. Prof. Land, principal of the graded school, spent Thanksgiving at Irvine. Mr. A. Walker, of Ford, has been in town for the past few days. is .1. D. Ililey, of Cincinnati, visiting relatives here for a few lays, and renewing old acquaintances about town. Deyuty SherifT .1. P. Crabtree, of Bnwen, wus in town Saturday, and paid The Times a pleasant visit. . .1. W'. Mize, of Vaughn's Mill, was in town Monday, and called at The Times olliee to renew hi subscription for another car. who has been here for the past week enjoying the hunting, has iv t timed to In home. The many friends of Mr. Turner, matron of the Orphans' Home, will regret to learn that has been quite ill for tome However, she is now t s. i iiiu-whii- t t t t Main St. -- We (Old Post Office Building.) also sell Men's Odd Pants, Boys' Suits and Boys' Knee Pants at wholesale prices. P. S. was entering, which t Y I - t t t f an instant stop of the wa gon, pitching Mr. Hall forward witn gre.it force. He struck the wagon tongue and became en tangled with the team which was then inclined to run, but was topped by Mr. Zeke Conner, who was present when the accident occurred. Mr. Hall escaped with i painful cut above an eye and a lew bruises, about his face. 3RIDGE NEARLY COMPLETED The immense railroad bridge beiiiir erected over the Bed Bivcr, near Vienna, is now about complct-wh,d, all the superstructure having )een put in place. With the ...Chester-te- r illB 0f steel, the new Irvine line will he ready for Initfje an,i it js expected that trains will be running by ChriMmas. lay-turne- d llobart Kusell, of Louisville, t better. si War is nen -O Leaky Pair of Shoes hi But not if you wear a pair, of our famous Miss Gertrude Vol liner went Thursday to spend Thanksgiving IRVINE TO BE BENEFITTED . to .Jackson Wednesday for a with his son, Everett. week's visit with fnends and rel Mrs. Asa Burgher left Thnrs- The Estill Tribune is authority atives there. day for Lexington, wh- re V r. f01- tu. statcnicut that with the Burgher lias been employed tor completion" of the new WinchesterMr.-Hu-d Mrs. lieo. W. Amb-r-son- . Mt. Sterling are visiting sj.ne time past. of Irvine line of the L. & X. several the l.itlei 's parents, Mr. and Mis. l l'"' "'nP !d Miss Jennie Green McKinnev, IS. X. Wilson. ym v.s.ting.M.ssGrace;1 ,K' has been 200 of these are to be Mrs. I!. A. Irvin returned Sat Shimfessel for the past week, ' January , an, by the lion, a week' visit to liLr urday to her home at Winches-- 1 middle of .January fully 1,500 are sistrr. Miss Xettie Logan at Tuesdi v io be added to the population of A large number from here at l,hp town T)lis information is O. M. Day, who lias Mr. .l"hn .. lec.,,;V(,(i f..om tended cou.t day market at Win-- ' M . been ill for some time, is now che.ster Monday, but scarcely any 0f,iL.j.,s w10 liVV in ., position to quite a lot better, and is aide to trailing was none, owui m uu- i.,10W be out again. quarantine on cattle. Joe King, accompanied by his AND PRESSING. LEAKING Some of our valued country son, George, went to Lexington correspondents got their news in I am ready to do your Cleant... I., le for ibis week's issue. Good work ing and Pressing. We won hi like to have this news and charges reasonguaranteed fcjfl in on Tuesday if possible. Bloom ifi On December Jst, the new war able. Orders left with J. will receive prompt attention. tax become ellective, and after Is--: JAMES WILLIAMS. that ilate, revenue stamps must imt H. atlixed to all promissory I he rate is 2 cents b r each iriHO. hirA o re-'-- J. Shel-byvill- 1 An Active Uixer .Means Health. von want g""d health, a clear complexion mid freedom from CoiistipMtion. Blllinusne-s- , mill Indigestion, take Ibadai-lii'Dr. King's ,Vw Life I'ill.s. Thev drive out fi uni'iiting and undige-i- i.l foods, clear the Bland and Only "iac at your druggist. 1 or Barker-Brow- n The Clay City Xational Bank IC made another shipment of gold at A LfJ to the Federul K.'er-Ban- k eland eurly in the week. JflltMes Lfi According to tl.e recent iiai.King of the reserve of all & US law, to be transfened to the banks is Federal Heserve Banks. Mrs. T. B. Ballurd, who has gibeen suH'ering for the past uioutli with a seve e attack of influenza, -t ..!.... ..i.ll-- l tV 111 - ......... Ullll-l-l WUS 1 i i iiiiii-iui-iu.I M'MI-kf- STOVES We handle a Shoes foi . Men , . and Boys. ? T $3.oo, $3-53- . $5-o- $4-0- 0 and Wednesduy aftetnoon, and had a Hovere attack or heart trouble. Her daughter in Cincinnati was telegraphed ft r, and is expected to arrive toduy. Her condition, as we go to press, is somewhat improved. The f t f f ? ? T guaranteed line Ml t ( u it i s m Mms r S X of Stoves and Ranges. The- - si i' J. L. McCord & Co., Winchester, Kentucky. mm ffl ladies of the Orphans' their Home wish to express thanks to the kind friends' ot Y Clay City for the lovely donations received Tuesduy night. Thanksgiving promises u groat fuust of i. good things for the children. t t best that are made. Give lis a look before buying We are the only exclusive. Hardware Store in Winchester. f f r r ? ? ? V t T Franklin Hardware Company, 70 S. Main St., Winchester, Ky. t ? ? VALUE OF PREPARED FEED. At the bcginifiug of the feeding it is well that farmers should study the most economical method of feeding the product of tilts farm. Hut very few farmers fnil to produce enough to feed through the winter, but many of them fail to make the feed they Ijroduec do them through the win- ler. The whole trouble is in tnc wnv the feed is given to the live stock. All experiment stations have found that more than 25 per cent if all the nnground grains fed to M'uson be put. Such a man cannot read the Uiblc, to study the word of God, and .the churches lose thereby he cannot read the papers, and make himself conversant with -- THANKSGIVING Is past, and Winter will soon be here. aguaranatoMZ passes through the animals without beinir digested at all. of all This means that is lost for lack of the corn fed proper preparation before being fed. Where the grain is properly ground and regularly and economi eally fed there is' no loss at all. When stock are first taken up from grass their teeth ami gums be come so sore that in many instances the loss of feed for the lack of proper grinding often runs as high a? 50 per cent. The same per cent of iloss is continually maintained fry feeding whole corn to Aged animals which usually have lolten teeth or diseased gums. Every farmer should not fail to have all his corn ground before feeding it. , It not only goes much further, but it. also "insures much inole even feeding, and when the feed is ground and then weighed, it is easy to divide the amount of foul o hand by Ihe number o days to feed and the number of toek to be fed. 'In this way you can accurately regulate your feeding. Where it is possible to do this, and to give the same amount i feed at the same timo every day it is safe to say that the ixmt feed will go twice as far as ! it now made to go by giving it to the animals in an unprepared state and at different times each day, accoiding to our own convenience, as most farmets do. When we think we have only half enough feed to run us through the winter we really have fully enough if this feed were only properly prepared and regularly fed. Take the advice of one who has tried it, and sec if these words arc not true. It will cost you but little to try, and will profit you ten fold if you do try Mock one-fourt- h current .alTairs, having to take the hearsay, and very often being misled ; he cannot write bis eonelu- sinus or opinions, and submit them to others. Tn numerous ways bis burden is heavy on him, and those who ure more fortunate should assist in the good work of helping others along. Jinny, in their youth, were unable, for various reasons, to get the education that would have assisted them so much in later yeats. Schools were not as accessible a few years ago as they are now, and it was harder for the young people to obtain an education than seems possible at. this lime. H is o;ily a short ime that a Rowan county school teacher, Ms. Cora her Stewart, started Wilson mconlight schools, which famous have done so much good. i More is being done this year .than ever before to wipe out illiteracy in the Statf, and a greater intorm is being manifested in the Moonlight schools have work. smarted in psactically every been Prepare for Comfort by buying one of those1 Good Winter Suits we are showing. One of them will make you feel better. x ! rtft And a Goodten COLE HEATER - will make your Home feel Better, .Try it. t- county in the State, and the Woman's Forward Movement is active steps in wipinir out the saiu of illiteracy in Kentucky. 11 'Vill require time ard money to bring this about, but who would not contribute to this worthy cause. Why not establish a moonlight school in Clay City, where those not able to read and write by these more can .Many have volunteered to assist in teaching, and there is no reason why we should not establish such a school for tbis winter. for-timal- 1ak-in- g ! J. ' H. LAGY & CO., Real Estate . v A f i'ciTY 'I MOUSES FOR SALE AM) RENT PROPERTY SPECIALTY. t r Room "800 McEldownry B!dg.. Phone 94 ;. WINCHESTER, KEN! UCKY. in RICHMOND, KY. j A TRAINING SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS IimiHp 4 to ricmcntarv, Intermediate ami Life Muio t'ctiiii-- i .i. Valid in nil 1'iiblio Schools of Ken-itul.fcpettnl Courses and Kuvleiv Courses. Tuition 1 ico tJ ppointces. Two splendid dormitories, new new luminal tnilnlns building, practice irnO't nhiHil, of nsrictilntre. a well equipped (tyniiiiiati in. Domestic Hcicnre. First Term begins Conner 7, Sroiiil Term November 1G, Third Term ,lnucurvV 1'oiirtUTerm April C. Summer School opens II, Cataloguo Tree. j. ,j. cilAIIUli, I're.Ueut. June September KERR & BEAN, -- UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS .WINCHESTER, KY. use and p'eraovcre only long enough those more fortunate, in the read-tconvince you, as it surely will, jing of their own private docu- meats, who cannot read a deed or An editorial in a Lexington pa- legal document they are asked to per malus a strong objection to sign in the regular routine of busithe high prices charged there for vaiiou.s necessities. Rents are ex- ness, nnd who cannot even sign orbitant, taxes aro too high, and any document, hut have to make the prices of foodstuffs of all their mark, and have the signakinds arc much higher than in the ture made by some other party, country. Country people have and witness their innik.to it. Of much to be thankful for. these two hundred thousand a The Thanksgiving season is, always welcomed by a large number large nuinbor arc men, who wishj of professional turkey pickers, to express themselves at each elee- who are always to be found in the tion by marking their ballot.! cities whore large numbers of the Kvei this they cannot do in.j birds are killed for shipment. secret, as others more fortunate, The regular rate of pay is four but are compelled to have others cents a bird for picking, and one mark for. them. Tlieso are only) colored picker in Lexington re- some of the numerous handicaps! cently picked 102 birds in a day. under which the illiterate has to work. Many of them aro serious, ly iuconvenionoed by tbis handiT.UE FIGHT AGAINST ILLITERACY cap, some more so than others Very rarely do you find an ilThere are two hundred thousliterate who is wealthy, or even and Kentuekians who can neither In the rate cases that read nor write. Did you ever can be found, such a man would stop to consider this, and figure have mado himself folt in the com out what it "means to the country munity bd ho received nn eduiai-at large. 200,000 pcoplo in this tion. It is the biiruost handicap Statu who cannot participate is under which a man can posjJlily J o rnn I iwi p. nmnrHi ; ! Real Estate and Insurance. We Uuy and Sell Fuim ami City Property of nil kinds. We have sonic nice I'm ins in Clark nnd adjoining counties for sale or rent. Write u what you want. We write all kinds of Insurance. TRACY AND ST0KELY. Office, Main Street, Winchester, Ky. j i -' well-to-d- Where to Eat in Wincheflcr v and they will tell you 1 JONES' RESTAURANT . Cur. Alula & N ml.tiiuiiii.