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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): December 3, 1914 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1914 cla1914120301_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.): December 3, 1914 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1914 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. r CITY TIMES. Mf R. O'MARA, Owner and Publisher We are Here to Help Clay City, the Surrounding Country and Ourselves. PUBLISHED EVERY" THURSDAY. VOL. XIX. CLAY OITY. KY.. THURSDAY. iEo - . Protracted Meeting POPULARITY CONTEST a Great Success TO START THIS WEEK. Xho prntiated meeting which 5 VETERAN NURSERVA1AN ILL." 1 ' Tfr-- . additions had greatest contest that has ever friends to subscribe for The Tuesday night Times, or if they already take It, btjen made, to the roster of tho been held in Powell county. -- The Bro. Winkler, who contest will not only he one of have them renew for another year. chflrch. Those who arc behind on our assisting the pastor, lie v. D. II. popularity, but also of energy, Matherly, is a very force fu and those who' participate in it books, can assist the young lady speaker, and his. sermons, have will have an opportunity- to get they arc in favor of, by paying hit tho mark every time. Sevono of the finest New Year gifts their subesription up. The coneral more additions are expected that any one could possibly de- testants will be surprised at the before the meeting closes on case with which they can get subsire. AVc will give to the winner scriptions for The Times, and the Thursday night, and the largest of the contest a handsome number of those professing Christ gold watch, fully guaranteed in little work they will have to do are not the usual run of "joiu every way by a reputable jeweler. will be well repaid by the.bcauti-fu- l era", but earnest men aud wo prizes. This will be no cbjjap piece of The contest is open to any lady, men who wish to live better, and jewelry, but as good as can be who will now make' an effort to unmarried purchased anywhere. Other married ovi deposited in and the live up to the precepts of the a box at prizes will also, be given to those votes will be The Times office as they arc turn- church. winning second and third places. The ceremony of baptism to will be counted each The young ladies entering this ed in. They those who joined the church took week by two citizens of Clay City, contest do not have toput up a who are in no way connected with place at the river, last Thursday cent. They are out nothing but a afternoon and Sunday afternoon, little time, and it will not require any contestant, and thorough list since he shown by the aud those added to the will much time to find subscribers to Sundav will be immersed to The Times. The subscription judges. The results will be made day. Following are the names price will remain tho same, fifty known through the columns of the winch have been added to the contest- membership of.the church since Winn avenue. Mr. Tuttle seemed cents per year, until the end of paper each week, and the to be in perfect health and his ants can keep tab on their votes as the opening of .the meeting on tho contest, and The Times is ' sudden" taking off was a great November 19, and up to Wednes much better than many weekly they deposit them. shock to his many friends. Tho day night This is one of the best opportupapers thai are being sold in cause of death was heart failure. Akers, Itoxie; Adams, Lillie; .Mr. Tuttle was a constant subother phces for $1.00 and $1.50 nities ever offered for those will- Burgher, Bowman, Albert; scriber to The Times since leaving ing to devote a little time to get- - Claude; I'linchum, Cora; traz a year. here, and hcv was well known to from their ier, Henry; Goosey, Currie; To enter this contest a girl mustJtillS subscriptions many Clay City and Powell counthe handsome prizes luminous, Maude; Hazelrigg be nominated by one of Nier friends, and ty people. Clarence; Hutchinson, Fannie; friends. To do this simply cut wilt be well worth the trouble. Batten, Edward; Ilatten, Coy; out the nominating cupon which Next week wc will nublish the flat ten, Alice; Johnson, Crate; CAUGHT IN ENGINE AND KILLED ui'.Yt5ry'wfcw : nn(l.tfic JoltiiFOiKunnie ; 'Johnson, Daniel Moreland, who owiied'a sue. nnu.mi it miwiin mc.nammoi.inumocr oi'oies inuv nave 10 , . , 'I Larison, Sylvester i, Larl- J,., mill on Noland's Creek, inKMill the young lady you wish to enter. credit son, Amsetty; McOlure, M. B county, was killed Sunday afterrhiN coupon will entitle her to Subscription blanks, receipts, Martin,' Mina; Martin, W. O. noon by having his clothing' 1,000 votes for a start, and the etc., may be obtained at The Martin, Lizzie; Patrick, Alice; caught in the engine of a launch other votes may be obtained as Times office, or will be sent by Phillips, Bettie; Potts Wulter; in which he and a number of comPhillips, Nannie; Potts, Marcus; panions were enjoying a trip up follows Each 50 cents .received mail to anyone not living in Clay Mucker, Eliza; HingQ, Ethel; the stream. In stepping over the for a new subscription to The City. Any information or assist Smethers, Pearl ; Snowden, Pat shaft his clothes caught, and he Times entitles the young lady who ance that can he of any help to rick; btokely, .Minnie; iametli FORMER CITIZEN was drawn into the machine DROPS DEAD and whirled till'is'it into The Times office to any of the contestants will be ers, Walter; . Smith, Lizzie; around, his head Lucy; 500 votes; each 50 cents received cheerfully given to all, with no Shearer, Yemen; Stokely, Murga- Mr. J. A. Tuttle, who formerly striking the bottom of the boat Stokely, Daisy ; Sparks, for a renewal or for ,a back pay- favors shown to any. Every one ret ; Thomas, Dock; Tipton, Ju lived near here, but who has been before his companions could stop ment due, count's for 300 votes, entering the contest will have an lia; Wright, Mrs. James; Wig residing at Winchester for the the engine. Mr. Moreland is surgins, Mrs. Beese; Wright, Fan past several years, die.d suddenly vived by a wife and one child. He and each issue of The Times fronr equal showing was well known to many of our nie. now until the end of the contest Monday morning at his home on readers. will contain a coupon which DISEASE IN CATTLE count for 100 votes. The con- DAY COMPANY GETTING PROGRAMME OF TEACHERS' ASSOCIATIONS IS INCREASING. OUT TIMBER IN LETCHER test will close at G .o'clock p. m. Wednesday, December 30, and the Latest reports state that the young lady who has received the Tho following is the Programme of tho Teacher's Associations W. D. Sutton, of the Pine Moun- - foot and mouth disease, which largest number of votes up to that tain Manufacturing Company, has has been pluviug havoc with the of Educational Divisions Nos. 1 and 2, Powell county, Kentucky, to time will receive the watch, and at least a year's contract logging cattle trade for the past few bo held at Clay City, at 1:15 P. M.. on the llth day of Decern-hethe next two will receive the on Big Cowan for the Day Lumber weeks, is far from being under 1911. second and third prizes. Those & Coal Company. The Day Com control, arid several new out. Iovocation Hev. J.. F. Mann who have turned in 20 subscrip pany is also operating on King's breaks havo been reported. Up "America" tions or more, and have not Creek, and is building six miles to date, the loss occasioned by iM)f i, e r .i Welcome Address enough to win a prize will receive of narrow guage railroad to get the outbreak has run up to nearespouse Supt. Jvate S. Bohannun a clu'ek for a percentage of wliat their timber out of this region. ly half a million dollars, and the Mr. Winfred Davis 'they turn in, so that none will be Several hundred men nre now at Federal Government will make a 1. Elements of Good Heading in Primray largo appropriation at once in an Grades and how to Obtain Them Miss Zella Sams working for nothing. Only one work, and this is one of the largest effort to get the disease under now to deal with Backward and Ho- - Miss Daisy Shearer nominating coupon is good for logging and timber operations control. tarded Pupils ( Miss Bessie Curry each young lady entering, and ever undertaken in Letcher coun( How Much Domestic Science can bo MltS Mary I. Last.n those who wish to enter should do ty. Jackson Times. a Attending Convention In, Virginia. Taught in the Hural Schools under Mr. Dillard Ustes Conditions? ( Present Rev. P. Dorthick, our Stan- How Shall Wo Show tho People that Their Mr. Guy 51. Orowo ton correspondent, being away Mopey Has Been Well Spent? Mr. Dudley Caudoll I HEREUY NOMINATE this week attending the annual How to Convinco Parents that School is Mss Blanche Shearer convention of tho American bun-da( Miss Alpha Hobbms Worth While School Union, at Paulaski, Miss Lil lie Boonu - ft. Virginia, our regularcorrospondSocial Duties of tho Teachor Mrs. Lillio Barnes once has to bo omitted. Mr. O. L Smith AS AN ENTRANT IN THE TIMES CONTEST Discipline ( Mr. J.H. Howell Services at Powell's Valley. THIS COUPON IS GOOD FOR 1,000 VOTES Mr. It. T. Orowo 8. Moonlight Schools There will bo preaching at $). Person. For tlie WhaUs Humane Education and Its Import- Powell's Valley church tho first Mr. Beit Orowa uuco in the Kural bchool.' , SIGNED ! Sunday in Decotnber, both morn ; General Discussion. , ing and night by Eld. J. I. Wills, Benediction. of Beattyvillo, the pastor I s el is being held at Christian clin.cli so at once, and then get busy. is one of tho most successful ever "Wc take pleasure in announcIt will be no trouble to get your held in Clay Ouy, and including ing that this week wc start the Her-Cordi- . . t IS-- . The many friends of Mr. H. F. Ilillenmeyer, of Lexington, will regref to learn that he has been confined to his bed for several days past, one of his knees being very badly swollen, and causing him considerable pain. His con dition is improving now, aud he expects to be around again in a tew days. Mr. Hirieinneyur is one of the best known fruit tree growers in the central States, and has been in business at Lexington practically all his life, his father h .vmg started the nur sery business on coming from the old country, before the birth of the present owner, who now bus his sons assisting in the management of the large business they have 'built up. Mr. Ilillenmeyer is a great believer in the power of the preps, and attributes his great success to advertising, as he has never, at any time since the business was started, employ ed an agent, depending altogeth er on newspaper publicity to draw trade, and fair dealing and good values to hold his customers. Their long record and the fact ttha their business shows a good inerenso yearly, together with the hundreds of letters from pleased customers that they have on at the nursery, tells the story of the quality of the nursery stock that, this firm has sold in the past 50 years. Mr. Ilillenmeyer has promised that he will, at an early.date, writo an article Times,, dohling with fruite culture in this section. There is no lift tor authority on this sub ject in Kentucky, and we are sure our readers will appreciate such an article. 111 for-Th- They Like tlie Change hi Sl.c We Jin ve received nuny favorable cominents on the, change in the'size of The Tunes, ami the majority of our senni to favor it. Tin Winchester Democrat, one of the best semi- week v papers in the atej had the following in their issue 'of last week : "Owing to thed(jire of its The Clay City Tiums hit been changed from a seven col. nam paper to a live column paper, its original size. So many people like The Time in its abbreviated form that its enterprising editor, Mr. M. I. O'Mara, could not resist the temptation to return to the smaller size. Personally wo think it a wise move, as wo always looked forward to the colli-inof the "cute" little Clay City Times. It alwoys contains hits of live news and snappy editorials and under the able" management of Mr. O'Mara will continue to grow." suh-vribe- rs s, g N .... .... . r, y: S Above-name- d -- I . ,6 - J The Jackson Times of last week The following item, which Contains the following item about in tho Lexington Herald a A Test' for Liver Complaint. few days ago,, .will bo' of interest Lcnnic Crow, whose marriage was A,Denjpq;aNc Newspaper Unhappy Physica'ly, to many' of our readers." Mr. Gar- announced in The Times two Mentally weeks ago: , being a' member of the Dull. ' rett, Linhic Crow, formerly station The Tnvcr sluggish ntid inao. Co., is well known agent at 0. & K. Jphction, but tivc, first shows itself in a mental respcctcSl bj? nearly oVeryonc and ' The Best Weekly In, this Section In Powell county, and in fact, in more recently of Stanton, was critical, and married recently to a Miss Cheney, this section otthe State. The item of McCormick, Ky. We olsojcarn was as follows: M.P. b'VARA, Mr. Crow will succeed Agent "Hon. II. C. Garrett. Railroad k thatt rwn: OWNER AND PUBLISHER. t j Commissioner, was baptized in Stanton, thus getting two promo-tion- s mail mat Kentucky river, near Boonesboro, Entered as second-clas- s in life at about the same Saturday. The ordinance was ad t time. Mr. Crow is well rememberter at the- Post Office 'af Clay City, ministered1 by Rev. G. "W. Rat ed in and around. Jackson, and Ky., under the Act of Congress of liffc, of Rushvillc. Mr. Garrett The Times gives him the glad ttarch 3, 1870. was formerly a member, of the hand, and joins heartily in good Firs't Baptist Church, but recent 'wishes to him and his. HOME-MAPAPER. .A ly placed his membership with th( CHAMPION CORN GROWER Old Boptjsts." THURSDAY, DEC. 3, 1914. Bartlcy, of Thomas Byron ap-lcar- the T Times. JOINS CHURCH "they ALL KNOW LENNIE the Slate winner 'last year, ed a yield of 111 bushels. secur- Brod-hcad-Gorr- ct s'tatc-inllnp- py Never Is there joy In living;, whin the Stomach and Iiver am doing Jholf work. Keep your lilv-- . cr. active nnd healthy by using l)r, ' King's New Life Pills they empty the Bowels freely, tone up your Stoninph, ui'iro your and prurlfy the Blood. 25c, Druggist. BucklcnS Ainicn at Sulve excellent for Tiles, t'onsti-pntlo- 4 KERR & BEAN, UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS 9 - DE Appropriate Actors for novlng Picture Show. . A recent issue of the Courier Journal informs us that Judge Mulligan's famous poem, "In Kentucky", is to be placed before the public as a moving picture production, and that among the actors to take part in it are Governor MCreary and Senator-elec- t J. 0. W. Beckham. The last few lines of this poem are Keep it Handy For Rheumatism. as follows : "The Landscape is the Grandest, No use to squirm and wince and And Politics the Damndest try to wear out Rheumatism. It In Kentucky." will wear you out instead. Apply We presume that the parts some Sloan's Ljmmcnt. Need not that Governor McOreary and Mr. rub it in just let it penetrate all Beckham will personate will be Ijhrpugh the affected pain You those lines, and certainly 7rom get case at once anu zeei so mucu the political troubles that they better you want to go right out have had, the part will be very and tell ithcr sufferers about appropriate, and their acting Qtnan Hot n Wtln nf Slnnn'o should merely require, a little .Jjinimcnt for 25 cents of any drug' retrospection of rfeheir political gist ana nave it in mo nouse ups ana aowns, ro mane mem n fTtitno piirfectj; . ,; gt :f Joints, Lumbago', Sciafica and like Your money back if not Many Republican papers are ailments. satisfied, but it does give almost claiming that the Underwood Buy a bottle today. tariff law enacted by the Domo instant relief. crats is the sole cause for the war tax which went into effect De RAILROAD TIME TABLE ceinber 1st. These papers claim that with the old Republican Lexington & Eastern Railway Com' pan jr. laws the tariff on imports would "Westbound. have furnished sufficient revenue Eastbound. No. 4. No. 1. Government without to run the Dally. Dally. the war tax. Lexington 7;fliA.M. 2: 50 P.M. This argument is as 'thin as 7:55 A.M. WiifchMter Yt 45 PJJI. water, for well does everyone S:15A.M. L. & E. June. 1:30 P.M. j know that the European. war has 8:45A.M. Clay City 1:00 P.lt. ..11 ; . i: . 'Camp. Junct. 12:22P.M. si up pirn i ue uiipuriawuu .uyuii Maloney v 11:19 A.M. goods from the warring nations, 10;18A.M. (Jackson 10:20A.M. high 11:20'A.M. and if a Republican tariff as j J&Oy.M.j' "Haddlx 9:48 aA could be collected .were. in' 1:44P.M. :a 8:06A.M. Hazard torce, the funds would be iuudo 6;20A.M. Whttesburg 3:35P.M. uate. This is only the deceptive 4:18P.M. McRoberts 5:40A.Mt No. 3. of the g. o. p. to get buck No. 2. tactics -1 Sorgho, iB the champibn corn 1915 grower of Daviess county for the Tho publishers of The Youth's present year. He raised 116 Companion will, as always at this bushels of corn oiv one acre of season, present to every subscrib ground, making a net profit of er whose subscription is paid for $53j60. Arthur Crook, who was 1015, a Calendar for' the new year. It is a gem of calender making. The decorative mounting is rich, but the main purpose has been to produce a calendar that is useful, and that purpose has been achieved. The Youth's Companion Calendar for . WINCHESTER, - KY. -- THAN ESfiOTI-GIs past, aitd Winter will soon be here. Prepare for ComfoYt by buying one oitfiose Good Winter Suits we are showing. One of them will make you feel better. And a Good. . COLE-HEAT- ER- . 1 9:27-A.- vil make your Home feel Better. . Try it. ..iiIT - Dally. 1:45 P.M. 2:55P.M.-'l- Jlally. Lexington l Don't fail to nominate your lady.friends.fpr.The Times popu larity contest, jwhjch starts this week. The tjmp is. port, but a little hustling is all that will be needed to insure your having a handsome New Year's tfiftthat you will appreciate f or ytxyus Eji-or at once, and get a good "start. 1 ?;37P.M. 3:28P.M. 4:12P.M. 5:00P.M. 6:00P.M. 6:13 P.M.I No. 0. Winchester & E. June. Clay City Camp. June. Maloney j j Jackson Quicksand ' Dally. G:30A.M.r 6:47A.M. 8:50 A. M; 8:00 A.M. 7:37 A.M. 7:00 A.M. 6:19A.M. 6:35 A.M. 4:45 A.M. 4:31A.M. No. 6. Dally. 5:45 3:26 1:27 12:45 A.M. 8:48A.M,, ; '.Jackson' Jladdlx Hazard WMteabuwr McRoberts W I 1 I P,M. P.M. Mrs. 'i t I J. 10:43 A.M.I 11:30 A.M. J. W. Wlliams. n P.M. t. JL lcat Estate A LACY & CO,, A. RUSSELL, f ,. '' 'P. f. M., Louisville. ... j JMOUSES rf. SALE AND UUfg; CLEANING I ;AND PRESSING. j ' CITV HKOI'CKTY SPUtlALTY am ready to do your Clean ing and Pressing.' fjood 'work J Room ?00 McEIdowney Bldg.. Ph one 94 t 1. I WINCMliSTHR, KENTUCKY. guaranteed and charges reasonable.. Orders left with J. Bloom will receive prompt attention. JAMES WILLIAMS. I'uot anil Mouth Disease Still Prevalent. In spite of the precautions that lieiMi taken li.v t ho iuithoti-tk'- s have to stump out the dreaded cuttle scourge that made its in Chicago u few week? ago, theru is still much of it in the country, nml great cure is being exercised Iy stock inspectors jjin examining supected herds. Last week tlio disease whs found on the f.irm of Nathan Klliot lit. Versailles, mid also on t he farm of Thomas Neet, of the same place. On the latter place 121 calves were found to he and will all he destroyed. On Mr. Klliot's place 21 head of fa r cattle were found diseased. The origin of the outbreak is not known as these cattle had not heen oil" the.place for nearly two years. Woodford county is now under strict quarantine, and cattle ure not allowed to he trans-- . lerred from one lield to another. In Bourbon county the disease has also made its appearance, and :W cattle recently purchased by I'. .1. Millet, and brought from Chicago, have been found dis eased. The spipping pens at l'ans have been ordered closed, and the county quarantined. Bourbon makes the sixth conn ty to lie quarantined in Ken tucky, the others being Wood ford, Bullitt, Henry, Hardin and Shelby. New Freight Depot two miles. Tho station to be MARKETING IS THE established near the shops lias GREAT PROBLEM been named Kavena, and already railroad material has been billed WE ARE LONG ON PRODUCTION, to the new station. SHORT ON DISTRIBUTION. We are unable to vouch for the correctness of any rumors of the By Peter Radford above nature, as our authority Lecturer National Farmer' Union. comes from local employees of The economic distribution of farm the company, whose source of products Is today tho world's greatest is based on unollicia' problem and tho war, whllo It has statements from their superiors. brought Us hardships, has clearly emdistribuphasized However, most of tho statements tion as a the Importance of agriculfactor In American siini-la- r heretofore published from ture and promises to give tho farmof tho governsources of information have ers tho ment and tho business men t to been proven correct. Estill marketing problem. A report from Chicago says thnt twelve young men have been killcd this yenr playing football, And yet if n mnn is killed in n fight in the Hnstern Kentucky mountains the whole country wnnts to scud missionaries there to civilize them, nnd nmoiig other things, to tench Ilium to plnv fo.it- ball. I Id noW8Inle fr "' "t tbi li't:e Come to Our Store And let us show you what a nice line of goods we carry. Dealers Wanted solution of tholr This result will, In a measure, compensate us for our war losses, for the business Interests and government have been In tho main assisting almost exclusively on the production Rldo of agriculture While tho department of agriculture has been dumping tons of lltcraturo on the farmer telling him how to produce, the farmer has been dumping tons of products In the nation's garbage can for want of a Our stock of Dry (Joods, Notion-- , Wroccries, Hardware, Clothing, Shoes ami etc. replete with h J WK In tath town t bnutlurn Ohio, ailjairnt territory in W. Virginia. Southern IiMUim Jn I entire Stitp o Kcntu.kv to take on our line ol I.KWIS, ALLEN and MKTZ automuliilci. Our tar HXL kooiI. satisfy (ho owner, ami you m.iki' MONTY. From (75 lip; aUo oiil at iMtrt. Tills is a koo.1 tluncc for an rtallilicil Atitn IValrr to take on a lino of popular inr. or for a lire lIL'STI.KIt with J llltli' mom- and hackitiit tu iirt l.minf-- i. Into a firkt cla-- s innm Wrlto quick for tarlliut.ir4 to tlio Kdrlnrv JIOK1IIS (OMI'A.NV, Sl-E. Nintli it., Cincinnati, ulilu. AIjTjKN "37" $805 Vxr a i.lcaakc Iii:.I.i:r market. The World Will Never Starve. At no time since Adam and Evo were driven from the Garden of Eden have the Inhabitants of thW world suffered from lack of production, but some 'people have gone hungry from the day of creation to this good hour for the lack of proper distribution. Slight variations in production have forced a change In diet and one locality has felt the pinch of want, while another surfeited, but tho world as a whole has ever been a land of plenty. h of We now have less than the tillable land of the earth's surface under cultivation, and we not only have this surplus area to draw on hut It Is safe to estimate that In case of the earth's dire necessity one-hapopulation could at the present time knock their living out of the trees of the forest, gather It from wild vines and draw It from streams. No one should become alarmed; the world will never starve. The consumer has always feared that tho producer would not supply him and his fright has found expression on the statute books of our states apd nations and tho farmer has been urged to produce recklessly and without reference to a market, and regard' Iesa of the demands of the consumer. Back to the, 3)11.' The cltv people have been urging each other to move back to tho farm, tint very few of them have moved. We welcome our city cousins back to the soil and this earth's surface contains 1 6,092,1 (10.000 Idle acres of tillable land where they can make a living by tickling the earth with a forked stick, but we do not need them so far as Increasing production Is concerned; we now have all the producers we can use. Tho city man has very erroneous Ideas of agricultural conditions. Tho commonly accepted theory that we ure short on production Is all wrong. Our annual Increase In production far exceeds that of our In population. The World as a Farm. Taking the world as one big farm, we find two billion acres of land In Of this amount there Is cultivation. approximately 750,000,000 acres on the western and 1.2GO.O00.000 acres on the eastern hemisphere. In cultivation. This estimate, of course, does not Include grazing lauds, forests, etc., where large quantities of meat are produced. The world's annual crop approximates fifteen billion bushels of cereals, thirteen billion pounds of fibre million tons of meat. and sixty-fivTho averago annual world crop for tho past five years, compared with the previous five years. Is as follows: Previous Half Past Half Decade. Crops Decade. Corn (Bu.) 3,934,174.000 3,403.055,000 one-tentlf Variety, Style and Qualiy. THIS COMBINED WITH OUR Low Pri Slake it to your interest to give us a good share of your trade. We strive to please our customers be- - entire we know satisfied customers are our best Yours to please, at Irvine. The foundation for a buildini: which is said will be a freigh depot, 10 by 100 feet, is in courst nml Mniil'mit lnrmmmt1ri of construction on the Cockril farm near the railroad shops urn lUUllllti iiuiua aim ilia no wr,,,r 's "'"jCns.""' n"use' AKB FuUNI) AT WALDRON 1 & JOHNSON, hi Waitersville, Ky. ill - 'rinftil-ftiit.it- ' is understood!! mom: L & N. eniplovees that at - ter tins depot is completed at freight tor Irvine will, lie unload ed .it tliit point, which will nquire local penplu to trantifreight a distance of nearl th-'ir E. Fisher & bo.. WINCHESTER, KY. - PRICES TO Sl'IT ALL. NOTHING TOO LARGE. NOTHING TOO SMALL I J, DAN JACKSON, New a; d Second Hand Furniture ITpliolfioi'liiUT ! Rye and Timothy Seed. Need any Fence, Ga'es, Roofing, Cement, Sewer Pipe? Write us. one made. OUR aud 12 ijiii-iny- ; n iSpeoin I tym 'X Corner ISroutlhay and .'ape St. We I'RICES sell the Owensboro Wagon, the besl ALWAYS RIC1I1T. Winchester, - Kentucky. ' AUE nr1fnr4 LJiZUlUlU K IV A lnt-t-la- . ULLIlsf WINCHESTER, KESTUCKY, 9) 9) We carry a Complete Line of STOMACH TROD ml FO R Majority ol Friends Hughes Would niothing, 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. F VE YEARS I I ) 9) 9) ) Thought Mr. taking other medicines. Die, But take his advice, although decided to rt'heatOlu.) 3,522,769,000 3,257,526,000 One Helped Him to Recovery. Pomeroyton, Ky. In Interesting ad- vices from this place, Mr. A. J. Hughes writes as follows : "I was down with stomach trouble lor live (5) years, and would have sick headache so bad, at times, that 1 I thought surely I would die. but they tried different treatments, got so bad, I did not seem to do me any'good. I did not have .Oats (Bu.) 4,120,017,000 3,508.315,000 17,541,200 Cotton(IJales) 19,803,800 any confidence in it. Too world shows an average In cereal production ot 13 per I have now been taking cent during tho past decade, compared for three months, and it has cured me with the previous Ave years, while the haven't had those awful sick headaches world's population shows an Increase of only three per cent. since began using it. The gain In production far exceeds chat of our Increase In population, and I am so thankful ht for what It is safe to estimate that tho farmer has done for me." can easily Increase production 25 per can be has been cent If a remunerative market Thedford's In textile found for tho products. found a very valuable medicine (or defibres the world showH an increase during the past half decade in producrangements of the stomach and liver. It tion of 1G per cent against a populais composed of pure, vegetable herbs, tion Increase of three per cent. The poople of this nation should contains no dangerous ingredients, and address themselves to the subject of acts gently, yet surely. It can be freely Improved facilities for distribution. Black-Draught 1 Black-DratigBlack-Draught 3 0 Harris Friedman, 14 N. 9) 9) 9) ) ) Main St., !() 9) could not eat or sleep, used by young and old, and should be I and all my friends, except one, thought would die. Thedford's He advised Ulack-Draug- kept In every family chest. Get a package today. Only a quarter. me to try and quit and crop mortgage force the farmers Into ruinous competition with each other. The remedy lies In organization and In In Winchester, Ky. ja marketing. Warning About Hogs. Some Things Editors Won't "Near" Tell. A WEBB-KENYO- ACT VALID Dr. Kobcrt Graham, of Hie Kentucky Experiment Station, semis out a warning ns to swino diseases. lie says: "At tiiis season of the year it is well to provide pood shelter for swino so that they may not Miccumli to pneumonia. Frozen forage (rye and barley) when fed to hogs may produce acute indi gestion, the mortality from which has been alarming in some in hog cholera stances. cures adversised in tarin journals are of practically no value as cholera cures or preventives in the true sense of the word. Observe the present quarantine which has been thrown over the State as a result of the outbreak of foot and mouth disease. Hogs are susceptible. The first symptom is rise of temperature. The vesicles which characterize this disease usually appear first between the toes at the juncture of the hair and hoof These vesicles persist for only a short time, and heal quite readi lv. Sometimes the vesicles are found on the nose and mouth. Hogs so affected are lame and very sluggish." d re-re- dare not tell. They know who drinks and they know the ladies who deviate from the straight and narrow path of rectitude, and tho buys who smoke in the alleys and dark places and the girls who are out till the roosters crow for daylight. They know the fellows who are good to pay and they know the fellow who can't get trusted for a tobacco They could sack full of salt. guess at once why some fellows are as they aro and they can guess closely what they do to make themselves so. They know enough to make one of the most red-ho- t, triple-actioclmin-lightninhigh-geareg writer who seems to know upheld the validity of tho something about the habits of edAct preventing the shipitors gets oir the following, pret- ment of liquors into dry territory ty nearly hitting tho spot : for the purpose of sale. The court A good many editors are said says: "When whiskey is shipped not to know much. Tho trouble into local option territory deliveris, they know a lot of stuff they ed by a common carrier it is incumbent on tho carrier to be circumspect and use ordinary care to learn for what purpose it is to he used. If it acts upon reasonable grounds in good faith after such investigation as ordinary care requires and is misled, it is not liable ; otherwise it is. SOME TOMATO VINE The large tomato vine raised by II. C. demons was measured two The Court of Appeals last week Webb-Kcnyo- n High Grade Clothing UeNt DrcNNfi'M fii it tlo Quality oi HART, SCIIAFFNER nrf MARX CLOTHES. Wcn In AViiKJlieNt?!' cull UII(1 HOC BLOOMFIELD SPECIALS At $10.00, $12.50, $13.50, $15.00. Lee Bloomfield & Co., North Main St. Winchester, Ky. days before the frost by Silas Taulbec and D. D. Richie, and showed 77 feet in circum'fercncc and was full of fruit. Clcmons News in Jackson Times. STANTON COLLEGE, editors you ever read, but they also know it is best for thu com- MOUNTAIN EAGLE SUSPENDS munity and themselves to let the law take care of humanity's development and publish only such news as will do to read in the home. Editors generally pursue this policy and thereby live longer and get more enjoyment out of the living. Exchange. Jury Couldn't Agree. The Mountain Eagle, which has been published at Whitcsburg for the past eight years, has suspended publication. Emin Elam, who has been editing it for .the past couple of months, has left town, and the owner, Postmaster "Webb, is too busy at his office to give it STANTON, KY. 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. Threatened to Release Prisoner. Much excitement prevailed in town the latter part of last week when a report became circulated about town that John B. Miller, who was convicted of murder and sentenced to life in the penitentiary, would be released by force. Judge Hugh Riddell, on being informed of the report, immediately ordered Jailot'Orit and place guards on duty at the jail each night. Beattyyille Enterprise. This cold weather has produced a falling oft in the egg supply, as "Biddy" refuses to lay when she has to use all her food supply in keeping warm. If farmers who keep poultry would provide, a good place for their hens they would be well repaid by the increase in eggs laid. my attention. For Information Write to Iu the Alexander trial at Paris, Ky., last week, the jury was unable to agree after two dayt A special term deliberations. of court has been called for Dec. 21 to try the 21 other cases against Alexander. Fewer and Better Churches Wanted. Blessed is that rural community which haa but one place ot worship. While conrpc.ttloa Is the life ot trade. It Is death to' the rural church and moral starvation to the community. Petty sectarianism is a scourge that blights the' life, and the church prejudice saps the vitality, ot many comcommunmunities. An ity is a crime against religion, a serious handicap to society and a useless tax upon agriculture. While denominations are essential and church pride commendable, tho d Rev. J. C. Hanley, President, Stanton, Ky. Did newspapers for mle at thih oflice. How's This? We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for anj case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by IlaU'a Catarrh Curr. 1 J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0. We, the underlined, hare known P. J. Cheney for the last 15 J ears, and bellete blm perfectly honorablo In all business transaction! and financially able to carry out any obligations made by bla firai. NAT. BANK OP COMMEIICK. Toledo, Ohio. taken Internally, acting Catarrh mil's upon the Cure la and mucous surfaces ot blood directly Trice 7fl Testlmonlala sent free. the system. cents per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. Take UaU'a family rills for constipation. Safety First! Hi sn fi iff. We are Showing a Complete Line of CLOTHING, Fall and Winter Goods, Etc. Call and see our Line and get our Prices. c We can fit you in Complete Style at Low Cost. high teaching ot universal Christianity must prevail if the rural church is to fulfill its mission to agriculture. We frequently have three or four churches in a community which Is not able to adequately support one. Small congregations attend services once a month and all fall to perform the religious functions of the community. The division of religious forces and the breaking Into fragments of moral efforts Is ofttimes little less than a calamity and defeats tho very purpose they seek to promote. The evils ot too many churches can The be minimized by social and economic life ot a rural community are respective units and cannot be successfully divided by denominational lines, and the churches can only occupy this important field by cooperation and The efficient country church will definitely serve its community by leading in all worthy efforts at community building, in uniting the people in all endeavors for the general welfare of the community and in arousing a real love for country life and loyalty to the country home and these results can only be successfully accomplished by the united effort ot the press, the school, the church and organized farmers. m m Hi Hi Hi To protect the Depositor, is the first duty of a Bank; for this reason the ample Capital and Surplus and Conservative Business Methods of the "CLAY CITY NATIONAL" constitute the strongest claim for new business. For protection of depositors, wc have: Capital paid in. - $25,000.00 Surplus and Profits. 10.000.00 Shareholders Liabaity, 25,000.00 Total, Twenty-five ifi tfi tfi Hi - $60,000.00 and Years of Experience at Our Present Location. CLAY CITY NATIONAL Clay City, Kentucky. BANK, Member Federal Reserve Bank System. Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi SANITARY BAKERY When yon want yood Breitd und Cakes baked in a SANITARY SHOP and made of the heat try the SANITARY BAKERY, of Winchester. FREStl EVERY DAY AT JAMES BLOOM'S. LEWIS Sanitary Bakery, Send your shoes by parcel post, and have tbeni repaired in tho best way. and with the best material. Send money with the shoes. Prices: Men's Half Soles, sewed 90c, nail- RUPARD, Winchester, Ky. o pre-par- ed TREES. POWELL & JACKSON 'SHIMFESSEL'S 111! Writers of all Kinds of Fire, Life, trees, and Ornamental Fruit ed 65c. Shrubs, drape Vines, Rhubarb, As. Tornado, Lightning and Kail InsurBoys' and Women's Half Soles, sewparngus, l'conies, l'lilnx, Roses, etc. ance.. We are also agents for the ed 75c. nailed 50c. Illinois Surety Company and are Rubber heels, Men, 85c, Women 50c. EVERY THING FOR ORCHARD, to do a general Bonding busiLeather heels, Men, 35; Women 25c. ness. LAWN AND GARDEN. Parcel post work receives prompt atPOWELL & JACKSON NO AGENTS 'FREE CATALOGS tention. Llnville Jackson Sam W. Powell CHAS. BALMUT H. F. HILLENMEYER & SONS, Office In Court House. Winchester, Ky. Winchester Kentucky Lexington, Ky. Mnry Hall left Sunday to visit Christopher, Jr., of Clark her son in Tennessee. county, was hero Friday. Zion Wishman and wife, of Mr. Zeko Conner attended Cir' Estill, were here Sunday. cuit cniirtvtir Irvine Friday. Bom to Mr. and "Mrs. Sid Jnnies Harrison was a business Townsend, a boy. vinitor at Stanton Saturday. Mi s. Bclomy, who was hurt last Several fat hojrs have recently week,, is somewhat better now. been sold in this neighborhood A largo crowd attended church for 7.J cents. hero Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Burgher, of Stanton, visited, relatives hero a Mr. and Mrs. Will Hall visited W. H. Sparks and family Sunday. few days last week. Tom Hall left Sunday evening Geo. S. Ware, of Camargo, up for Hood's Branch, where ho is was here Saturday closing logging. some business deals. Will Burgher has moved to the Several attended the moonlight Geo. S. Ware place recently pur- school session at the school house chased by W. J. Bamett. Monday night. Mr. and Mrs. HenryiTuttle, of M rs. Christina Profit and family Normal, 111., are here, on a visit have returned from Michigan to to their relatives, the their old home. families. Lee Ashley and little daughter,' Prof. Franklin Margison is pre- Mamie, were guests of Mrs. Belle paring for an entertainment at Campbell Monday night. the last day of his' school which Raymond, the little son of Mr. closes December 18th. and Mrs. Henry Ashley, is very Daniel Ford Blanton is visiting ill with cold and whooping cough. relatives near hero. For several Miss Maud BowCn is planning years Mr. Blanton has been a for her last spelling match of the resident of Hamilton, Ohio, but aCout two weeks ago hejcame to season for Thursday night, as she Lexington and bought a farm is so busy that she has not time to where he iiqw resides. 'Mr. devote to it each week. Bluuton's numerous old Estilt comity friends are always glad to Mines In Operation. have him with them when he returns on a visit. We understand that practically all the mines in this section PILOT are in full operation, some run(Too late for last week.) ning night and day. The mines Bonnie Mullins, of Lombard, at McKoberts and Jenkins are Hazard also in full operation. was here Sunday. V. .1. five-pound SPOUT SPRING. ngo buying geese. m r r 83 'm Hog Killing Time m 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 1 m m Mi m KEEN KUTTER and Chris-toph- er SURE EDGE BUTCHER KNIVES. With Swedish laid blades that are guaranteed metal. all sizes from 6 inches to' 12 inches blades. I PS In Also Enterprise Sausage Mills and Presses. See us and get Lard r As well as a complete line of Lard Cans. some of these-labosaving tools. P Ansel Pitts was here a few days Herald. T Hardwick and Our to call and see them. I Grubbs and Benton, Co., 3S? Cor. Main and Broadway, Winchester, Ky. I.'.1' IIS, 'Jf. Fall and Winter Goods. BAXTER-MclNTO- Stl. mrnmmi "WE ' . fall and winter goods are now in, and we invite you Wc know your wants and are prewill save you mon- pared to supply them, and at prices that ey. "High Quality and Low Prices" is our motto. Walk-Ove- Ate r sole agents ror Queen Quality shoes for women, shoes for men, J;Hart Schaffner & Marx and The Matchless Brand mens suits, Sweet Orr & Co. corduroy 'pants and overalls, Arrow brand mens' shirts and collars, Stetson and Munday Buxter, connected with the People's l.uuntlry, and M iss Eva Mcintosh formerly of Clay City, were married by Kev. .1. fi, iVn ti i ...v..;l Thursday afternoon about' i o'clock. They will reside in Winchester. Winchester Democrat. YOUR COLD IS DANGEROUS BREAK IT UP NOW A DANIEL BOONE AXLE GREASE 1 And don't have to greats but once a week. Made in Kentucky by CHAS. C. STOLL OIL Astor brand mens' and patterns. boys'-liat- s, Pictoral Review dress CO. Lexington, Ky. See our'lines of mens" odd pants, dress goods, and childrcns' coats, hosiery, mattresses beds, run-dow- ready to wear hats, womens', misses' Balmocaan coats for women and men, neckwear, sweaters, raincoats, comforts, blankets, In springs, chairs, sewing machines. for it will be to your interest. fad, anything you need We handle the "Bain" wagons by the carload, and can save you money on a wagon. We A Cold is readily catching. A system is susceptible to Germs. You owe it to yourself and to others of your household to fight the Germs at once. Dr. is line for Bell's Coughs. It loosens the Colds and Mucous, stops the Cough and n Pine-Tar-IIon- soothes tKc Lungs. It's guaran- so far the farmers have been unteed. Only 25c. at your Drug- able to account for it. Samples gist. have been forwarded to the Agricultural Bureau at Frankfort. HORSES DIE FROM WORMS are selling Crown flour and Red Cross flour at 75 cents per 25."pounds, or $3.00 per hundred, cents per 25 pound sack guaranteedjto and Monarch flour 70 every TtV.T V."! M ? W W3E SlOO.OOO '. sack, or $2.80 satisfy or money per hundred 5 CAPITAT., HTOOK, refundcdluponlreturn'of coffee, 2.-2f. I $ i; HUHl'LUH AND UN- DIVIDKU PKOl'UTH. : iiOO.OOO I what is left after trying it. Roasted per lb. HARDWICK STANTON, & COMPANY, KENTUCKY. WlNOllKSTKU BANK. H WHEAT WlNOllHTUK. OH tiik James W. Hutsell had tho misfortune to lose two very fine mares by sudden death while pasture grazing last week. The mares were found dead and a veterinarian pronou need the cause of death to be worms. The marcs were valued at $400. Mt. Sterling Gazette. per-ehei- GROWERS PUZZLED i E FT j N. UOU.V WlTHUHHlltON, PltiH. OAM1IIBH. W. li. HPUAH. jj 1 VOUH ACCOUNTS HOUOITKD U . . ...i.Ain'tkaMaAakJ ir r.y st r Wheat growers iu several ad joining counties are deeply puzzled at present over the con dition of the winter wheat. In a number of fields the stalks are dying down close to the ground and Where to Eat in Winchester and they will tell you JONES' RESTAURANT Cor. Main & Washington. f PERSONALS. John Ballard was in Monday on business. 'John Embrell was in Winches-tc- r Tuesday, on business. Miss Ada Totter, of Lexington, is visiting Mrs. T. Q. White. Miss Ouida Littlepage, of Louisville, is visiting friends here. GRAY'S BRANCH late for Inst, week.) An Open Letter To t T ' - the Men of Clay City y" v , ' and Powell County. Gentlemen:We - l ' - - f f ? T Bruco Trimble, of Dundee, paid us a visit the other day. Crain Briscoe whs in Bowen' section most of last week on business. ' Cashier A. T. Whitt was in Lexington Monday on business. Mrs. S. W. Russell, of St. ens, is visiting Mrs. Jennie Hel- sell Men's Suits and Overcoats- and Young - Men's Suits a,t wholesale prip'es 'this s means that you can buy your new Suit o'r: Overcoat of a saving of $4.00 to $8000. '' How We ' usat " A. E. Sams, of Spout Springs, was in town Tuesday, and paid The Times a pleasant visit. Rov. D. H. Matherly preached at Irvine last Sunday and Sunday night. Misses Anna Clarke and Maud Boone were down from Stanton Sunday. is visiting his son, do we do it? Felix McGuiro, of St. Helens, Judge W. T. Harry Russell returned Satur t T t Y ' to you from the. factories and save you the middleman's profit. Yours- -. to save ,you $4. do to $8.00. UNITED CLOTHING STORE, sell direct Main " St. We (Old Post Office BuildingV) , McGuire. day from St. Helens, where he spent Thanksgiving. " Mr. also sell Men's Odd Pantis-- Boys' Suits and Boys Pants at wholesale prices. P. S. and Mrs. A. T. Whitt and little son, were in Lexington Leonard Matherly, of Log Lick, visited his brother Rev. D. H Matherly, Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Turner, matron of the Or- United Clothing Store, Winchester, Ky. Wednesday and Thursday. phan's Home, who was reported as being seriously ill last week, is recovering nicely. "Mrs. J. H.Eaton returned Sunday from Jackson, where she had been visiting relatives for the past week. Mrs. Myrtle Burgher returned Monday morning to St. Helens, after spending Thanksgiving" at her homo here. 0. Shimfessel made a busi ness trip to Winchester Wedues Mr. day. He was a companied his little son, Bryan. by Prof. Land, principal of the graded school, 3pont Thanksgiv iug at his home in Irviue, return ing Monday morning. Mrs. R. L. Tipton and Miss Lillie Boone returned Sunday from Lexington, where they had been visiting for a few days. Topher Daniel, who has been located in Missouri for the past few years, has returned to visit his father, Mr. D. R. Daniel. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Hiley, nf Cincinnati, who visited friends here for a few days lust week, returned to their home Saturday. Gertrude VoIImer return-(iWednesday from Jackenn where she had been visiting trieuds and relatives for the past week. Miss d Judge (Jrunnis Bach and Miss lively n Crawford, two of the most prominent young people of Jackson, were married Saturday at Richmond. Robert VanArsdale, of returned to his home Saturday, after spending a few days lulntlng in Powell county. While here he was the guest of liar-rodsbur- g, A. T. Whitt. Quite a number of "the local hunters have bceu out after the We hear that, the foundation of Mill the new Broadhead-Garrct- t finished, there at Nada, is about' big concrete being some forty-twto hold up the twelve, by bases twelve posts that will support the quail and rabbits to far this sea also had his name placed on our (often indicated by a sneeze or new mill. Mr. Pierce, the foreson, but nearly all report the subscription list for the next year. cough), break 'it up at once. The man, is dointr some good, aiiick ida that "It docs not matter" worK. birds as being scarcer than ever Mrs. T- - B. Ballard, who was se often leads to serious complica.this year. Rabbits arc very plen Mr. Brown, thoforcman here, go-- 1 tions. The remedy which immeand no trace of the riously ill at the time of our tiful, however, ing to "press last has now diately and easily penetrates the thinks they will get done cleandisease that is said to be thinning ing up the hardwood on Gray's sufficiently recovered to be able to lining of the throat is the kind de- Branch in about two or three them out in other counties, has sit up. For a time her condition manded. Dr. King's New Disbeen found here. weeks if tho weather stays good. was quite serious, and her daugh- covery soothes , the irritation, Orphan's ter, Mrs.J. D. Walton, who lives loosens the phlegm. You feel bet- They will, when done here, move The children of the on the MeniHome enjoyed a splendid spread in Cincinnati, was telegraphed ter at once. "It seemed to reach to Duncan Branch press the work oyer Thanksgiving Day as the result for. There was a delay in the de- the very spot of my Cough," is fee side, and there. Sam Quinlan, the carpenof the generosity of the Clay City livery of the message however, one of the many honest 50o. at your Druggist. ter, is getting the boarding .house people, and the little ones had a and she did not receive it until and bunk house in shape for them some days after, at the same time splendid tinre. that she received a letter from the The last examination for county when they get there. last FriDr. Fred M. Borougher, of Be family, informing her of the im- road engineers Wallace Cornwall, living down len, Miss., arrived here Tuesday provement of Mrs. Ballard's con day, and no more will be held Indian Creek, had the misfortune Mrs. dition. She therefore postponed now until January 6. The new to get his leg broken by the kickto attend his law, creating the State aid fund, of the Orphans' her trip'for a time, and will come to Turner, matron aid in building county roads, ing of a mule last Tuesday. Dr. Home, who has been ill for some to see her parents in the course .goes into effect January 1, and the Knox, of Nada, has been attenddays. entire force of the State Commis- ing him, and he was resting very of the next week or two. sioner's office will make n speak- well at last account. Mr. J. V. Hutson, of Snow Prompt Action Will 'Stop Your ing campaign throughout Half a dozen big fa't hogs have Cough. Creek, near Log Lick, has sold been slaughtered by as many of When you first catch a Cold his farm, and will oiFer his per- our thrifty folks How nrd on Fonal property ut public sale Biewer, Brack Brewer, Charley Dec. loth. Mr. Hutson will lo Little, Aus Noland, Dave Land-sacate in Henry county, Missouri, Y and Bob Hale. There's a lot where his family lives. Y more to kill "When the moon gets-daso's the meat won't swell." J. II. Hiley, who has been liv- Y ing in Chirk county for some Somo three or four more time, recently bought a farm on of school. .Miss Ilazclrigg, of Clay Hani wick's Creek, and has mov City, is making us a splendid ed there. Mr. Hiley was down 'teacher children are reading to his old place this week, to see We, handle a rig it alt g now who hardly knew about his tobaccp, which is still and their v T sin- islett. rs when slu began,these housed tuere. holding attendance guaranteed line cold Jays u thing hard to do. R. W. Garrett called at our of-of Stoves and mi tills lice one day this week, and ex Y Old newcp:(iet fur tended his subscription for an t.t:W. Ranges. The--- other year. James Smcthers also Y dropped in and subscribed for his beare made. Give us a look TRACY bast sister, Mrs. Ben Potts, who is at Independence, Oregon. To peo We are the only exclusive fore buying Real Estate and Insurance. ple away from homo The Times is V Hell Hiiv iiiul City as welcome as a letter. J. II- Hardware Store in Winchester. Y Property of mill kinds. Kiiim have xnmu W nil O'Huar, our efficient postmaster, nii'O 1'ti i ms 'in Clark niul tidjuining also extended his subscription for foit'itii'x fur fenle or rent. Write n another eighteen months, and says that a good Democratic papY : xvhnt you want. kinds cf Insurance , Wc write all er like The Times, should be read S. Main Winchester. Kv TRACY AKD STOKELY. by everyone in 'tho county. J. P. C.'."!c;, Main Streal, Winth'nUr, Ky. jeweler, Mauppiu, our i .......... t t t t t f t t t t t f t T t t t t t Y Y Y Y Charley Holmes, of Clay City, was visiting on Gray's Branch last week. J. II. Drake, of Pine Ridge, our blacksmith, had a severe spell of sick headache last week. Miss Mamie Noland haR .been visiting relatives on Hird wick's Creek and at Furnace, for a week. . Uncle Levi Hale and his wife, Aunt Jane, spent Sunday with Aus Nolaiffi, over on Duncan Branch. John Ballard and family, of Bowcn, were visiting friends anil relatives hcre and on Indian Creek last week. Mr. Rearick, of Kada, and some friends were in our woods the other day nn n huntinsr expedi tio- n- birds and squirrels. in Bill Rice is our great stand-bthe way of keeping us supplied with wood these days and nights of shivering. The cords he has out run "away up ynndcr, along about forty cord, I've come to till y you, sir!" o tcsti-nionial- s. took-plac- sister-in-la- w T - 1 t t t T t f t t t T T t f t t T ? STOVES t t t t y rk wt-ek- s - that Franklin Hardware Company, St., t t r T ? ? ? ? i OTELY f 70 .