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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): December 17, 1914 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1914 cla1914121701_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 17, 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. 0 THE CLAY CITY TIMES. 1 J M. 2 P. O'MARA, Owner and Publisher Wc are Here to Help Clay CHhe Surrounding Country and Ourselves. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. VOL. "XIX. OLAT CITY. KY.VnUKSDAY COMMITTEE APPOINTED. DECEMBER, 17, I9M. TANTON. J NO. M.. Miss Johnson In th'eJLead. The young ladies who arc enter-o- d in The Times Popularity Con test are hustling along now, and each struggling for he lead. Each one is anxious to possess the is handsome watch and being offered, them assisting arc fiicnds by the subesri bing paper. The watch is on display at The Times office, and is a little beauty. It was purchased from the Victor Bogacrt Company, of Lexington, known all over the State as the "Hallmark" House. Any article purchased from them is known to be of. the finest quality, and their guarantee is behind every sale. The winner of thp watch will assuredly have a prize well worth the trouble of working for. It will be suitably engraved with the winner's name. Less than two weeks remain now, and it will only require a little hustling on the part of the con testants to decide the ownership of the first prize. As new subscribers count more votes than renewals, the main efforts of the candidates are being devoted to securing additional names, and their results have so far been remarkable, a large number of new subscribers having been added to the list of The Times. r (, mi ni .f Following i lb as repor'eil it the contestants this olHce: 22,4(10 Miss Ethel Johnson', ' 12,750 Miss Mattie Este 11,400 Miss Ethel Uiilb.nl, TRAcndfncoriPANY loses. that their 'for -- THANK YOU, CAPTAIN. Our old friend, Captain J. L. the presiding genius of the Jackson Times, has the following to say regarding the change in the size of The Times: "The Clay City Times has been reduced to its original size, and the appearance is improved without the news being in the least entailed. The size of the paper is now more in proportion to the size of the town. Editor O'Mara always was a neat fellow, and seems to dig up a good bunch of news each week." .McCoy, In Winchester last week Judge The writer has ntoved into his At the regular meeting of the Benton harictcd down a decision new house. The inside work is Olatk Fiscal Court Wednesday', Judge Stevenson appointed a in the case' omhe city of Winches- not completed, but work will pro-ice- d as fast as possible this cold committee to investigate the pro ter and the? Kentucky Traction posal for building a bridge over and Terminal Company, with weather. the brick street question, Red river at Lilly's Ferry to conMr. Thomas Boone and his helpdecided-- ; that the company, nect Clark artd Estill counties. and er, Mr. Winan, of Winchester, arc The committee is composed of which is- operating the street car here this week doing some plumbCounty Road Supervisor Qus line in Winchester, was liable for ing work for the writer and at the Hunt, E. E. Brandenburg and the proportionate part of the cost Court House. of the brick .paving on the streets Robert True. The Mr. Lcnnie Crow, our depot This matter has been agitated traversed byjfthe car lines. by amount involved was about $7,000 Tgent, was taken very seriously for sometime, being suggested company will ;ick Tuesday afternoon very Estill county people, who have al- which have to pay, and winch will be reThe doctor was called and ready raised a large sum to be funded to tlic property owners he is some better at this writing. spent on the proposed bridge. Clark county .is asked to make a living along the line. This past week has been a busy suitable appropriation. Winchestime for hog killing. Hogs are unHAY Voir FOK PAPER. ter Democrat. usually fine this year. The cold X You will probably, receive a weather has held off for so long A new Bible study .class is be- statcmentihis-wce- k orfnext show- that the farmers had to feed them ing organized at the Christian ing, the condition your sub- l long time and so they are fatter Church. The old class of ten mem- scription to The Ties. If you and heavier. bers will graduate in about two are in arrears plta& remit before Mrs. James Welch must be the weeks, and the members will then the first.of thf year, and add fifty champion turkey raiser in Powell bo prepared for teaching Bible cents for, the?coniing year, as the classes in Sunday Schools and rato goes up? to a dollar after county, as she sold 86 turkeys last similar work.' Fifteen members January 1, and those who re not week for $180. That is a splendid have already enrolled in the new paid in advance will have to pay price for turkeys this year. She 'icld out till she received a better classes. this. Should there be any error price than her neighbors. It is in the amount kindly advise us at The last few .days of last week doubtful if there is a harder once, and wW will immediately worker or a more thrifty wife in were splendid for hog killing, and correct it, fjh error is ours. Kentucky than Mrs. Welch. nearly all tho meat hogs in this neighborhood were disposed of. INTEREsftfffyyooK RWVfi). S Jahu Jaokson is very low, copy of the and his death is looked for almost The Wc have received a Old Papers for Sale at year book of tho Eastern Ken- iny moment. His daughter, Mrs. Times Office. tucky State Normal of Richmond. Tames French, and her son from Dr. J. G. Crabbe is president of Levee, arrived Tuesday night. All this institution. He has devoted he sons and daughters that can his splendid ability and untiring be located have been written to energy to the work of fitting come. The one in Middlctown, 'eachers to aid in the great work Ohio, George, is not able if freeing our state from the fet- on account of running a nail in ters of illiteracy! Our normal his foot, and is in a serious condiHis daughter in schools are among the most im- tion himself. by Clark county, Mrs. Maud Martin, portant institutions in the state. The year book is replete with was with him until Saturday of Williams interesting illustrations and gen- last week, when she returned home. eral information. I sud-lenly. , "as well attended considering t'int there was preaching also in own on the same night. Thr writer has attended several musical recitals in his short life tim nnd this was one of the best thai he has ever been to. Judging from the encores received fron the audience they appreciated it also. The recital was given by Mrs. Karl Slecth nnd assisted by Mis. Kate Bohannon. Wc ail know that Mrs. Kate Bohannon is one of the bast piano players and every one was delighted to hear Mis. Slecth. Her singing was splendid and became better and better as the program drew to a close. Wc hops that there will be more of such recitals given iu the near future. It was a sad sight to see some f mr youii; men of Stanton under the iiillner.ee of liquor hist week. What splendid men these hovs would make if they could inly see the dimmer there ip in this awful stiilf. We think that tve ha ve some as fine young men iu Sianton as most towns lime, .ind we dread to see them start o earlv on the downward road if life. It seems th nie that the Mothers of Stanton ought in take his matter up anil see whop is 'hat is furnishing their hovs w Hi liquor. This ought the business of the fathers luif so in of them drink it f heiMe- l- " f ve cannot expert them tn . It is an awful hentaye that - h e father of Stant ii are hanil' g lown to their llos that of i he t If we ippetlte for liquor our boys to gr w up in lie spti to-he 0 H, Chip of to-co- n- The Flying U Kathlyn The Celebrated Star of the Movies I llii-l- l W'e h.iVe b-f- cot In In have been s Mrs. Turner, of the Orphans' fortunate in securing thiscapital Western comedy, featuring MissWil-liam- s. serious illness was reported a couple of weeks ago, was removed to her home in Mississippi, last week. She was accompanied by her brother-in-laHer Dr. Fred JL Borougher. is such that very little condition hope is held out' for her recovery. I Tome, whose Thestdryis of her own telling and is full of Tuesday the Beattyvillc Utili-- , ties Company began putting up the fixturos for the street lights, which arc a great benefit to this olace. They have been hung in .and throw a good light. TJhey arc ligntcu auout iour or in Hie evening and turned off about eleven, coming on again until good day from 'three-thirtlight. Bcattyvillo Enterprise. our-min- y y HELD ON TOO LONG. several hundred barrels of 1913 com in Estill county cribs, which represents a considerable loss to those who made the mistake of honding on for large prices before the 1914 crop came in. All this corn could have been Bold at $4.50 iu the early fall, but many of our larger farmers held- on for $5.00. Estill Tribune. - Rev. D. G. Combs, of Morehead, preached at tho Christian Church on Saturday night and Sunday to i?ood audiences. Rev. H. W. Elliott, the State secretary of the christian Church for Kentucky, will preach at the next regular appointment the second Sunday in lanuary. If you want to hear a really big man, you must come out to hear Brother Elliott. He is no stranger to the people of Stanton, as he was here six years ago to a district Sunday School convention, at which the writer attendThe thermometer registered 10 below zero Tuesday morning by It is estimated that there arc ed. Adventure, Romance and Fun You will enjoy cvciy installment of Little eight-year.ol- d , Johnnie Kenuon, the .Mrs. .1. eon of Mr. and M. Kennou, web taken today to the St. Joseph's hospital at Lexington, where he will be operated on for appendicitis. He wui accompanied by Dr. J. W. Williams. The foot and moilth disease is now nearly all stamptd out, and tho. chief topio of discussion is whether thestate will pay half the damages, or wkether the Federal Government will stand it all. This qucKtion has not yet been Nettled. v Chip of TheriyingU" To Be Published In This Paper! SUSTAINS JUDGE LILLY The Court of Appeals has. sustained tho decision of the Madi son Circuit Court in the case of the Richmond Lumber Co., vs. Butler. The case was heard by Judge Grant E. Lilly, in the abAfter January 1, 1015 The the sence of Judge Benton, The musical recital given at the Timet will be one dollar a year, Court of Appeals sustained him I college building last Saturday in advance. Subscribe before that , in every ruling. time. Ihrce-fourth- s several thermometers in town. This is the coldest weather that wo have had fbr a great many years at this season of tho year in Kentucky. The writer remembers his first trip to Kentucky in 1899, dusty up un-twhen the roads-weThere was no Christmas time. need for an overcoat and we wore An ocour light underwear. casional snake was seen crawling around during those days. But we paid for that weather later on in the season. re il them, tor they are going: to follow right in our tracks. It is no wonder i hut in many of the hovs of Stanton drink when you look beyonii ami see that the father also drinks. Mother of Stanton, if you liae anv interest in your hoys, demand to know who it is that them with liquor ami then help to proseuute them Fathers of Stanton, the limit. for the sake of your boys who are to bo the future men of tomorrow, lerus see that our boys get the right start in life. Don't for mercy's case give them the wrong start iu life. You cannot lie proud to see your boy staggering up and down the streets of Stanton under the influence of whiskey. But you will be proud of them if you can see them grow up into splendid men that the world will be glad to have. We have no boys in Stanton that we can spare and if we but will we cun see that they do not get this stulf that will make criminals ol them. Of course you say tlut your boy will never make u crnn-- pi nilid father - tho chances ure that yours will be one of them if they are allow ed to obtain or to get u hold of liquor. of tho criminals are such because of liquor. What will you do about it Fathers and Mothers or Stan tou? You can do something if you will. Will you do it? ihlI Kut anmnliml via nv will aiiiI ad i THE K.v., merit values of the railroads were arrived at, would show that the farms were not under assessed to any extent. This move of Air. Boswortli's, of course, has antagoA Democratic Newspaper nized the railroads and corporations to a certain extent, but it Eighteen Years Old has given him a solidity with the working people that will be hard T!ie Best Weekly in this Section. to shake. . . Some matters that arc mention M. P. O'MARA, ed in his card as meeting favor in OWN'EK AND PUBLISHER. his eyes, are good roads and schools, a constitutional amend mcui or an equitable taxation law mail nuit-tI'titcrcd ns second-clas- s fixing the limit of taxation that at tbc Post Offlce at Cluy City, can be made in the State and TIMES. 1 ir under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. A HO.MK-MAD- K IMI'rtn. DEJ. 17, THURSDAY, BOSWORTH V CLUB KATES. s, For the convenience of our we have t.rranged club rates vith the following papers at prices below mentioned : sub-riber- other similar matters. Mr. Bos worth also expresses himself as being opposed to the convict labor system and the bringing of convicts into competition with outside labor. Instead ha would have them produce the ncccssarips for the State institutions, and purchase a large farm where they might work in the open air. When wc hesitate to declare for any one candidate until wc have heard the claims of tho others to the office, it appears to us that Mr. Bosworth wjjl be a strong contender, and his past record gives him a good start in the race for the office of Chief Executive of the State of Kentucky. The Times and ANNOUNCES FOR GOVERNOR. " " Henry M. Bosworth, State Au" ditor of Public Accounts, made " Southern Agriculturist .SO his foimal entry into the race for Governor of t.lc State of Ken- Ttits Youth's Companion tucky last Saturday morning, and calendar (or 1915 in n lengthy article in the LexThu:pul)liflliers of The Ymiin'; ington Herald aw' other State Companion will, us alwa,tti Un papers, set ort ins claims to tnc reason, present tn biium-in er whose is pain mi office. , ,i There is no d bt but that Mr. 1915, a Calendar tor the l ciifiiilfr iii.iki 111. It is a fimn Bosworth is we'l (ua'ifi:d to a" 1 lie decorative uniuiitiim ic urn. as the Chief "xc'itiv of 'i nut the main purpose i.e.-State, his experience in various to produce a culeiniar that Ik other state offices having been suf- tul, and that purpose lia- achieved. ficient to make Uim familiar with all the duties of that important BAILROAD TIME TABLE offic , and his record in these other cflices will be his best asset Lexington & Eastern Railway Com pany. j,i nun for the nomination. As Treasurer of the State, from Eastbound. Westbound. 19' ' 1308, he made a splendid No. 4. 40. rrrrd, conducting the financial Daily. Lexington business of the state in a manner 7:05A.M. 2: CO P.M. 7:55 A.M. Winchester 1:45 P.M. t at was creditable both to him& E. self and to the party. But it was 8:15A.M. L. Clay June. j 1:30 P.M. 8:45 A.M. City 1:00 P.M. in the office of State Auditor that 9:27 A.M.j Camp. J unc t. 12 :22 P.M. Mr. Bosworth produced the re- 10:18A.M. Maloney 11 :19 A.M. 10:20 A.M. Jackson sults that have made his name as 11:20 A.M. j Haddix 9:48 A.M. a public public benefactor, and 12:02 P.M. 1:44 P.M. Hazard 8:06 A.M. the people's champion, known to 3:35 P.M. Whltesburg j 6:20 A.M. the voters. Since he took over 4:18 P.M. McRoberts 5:40 A.M. that office the increase in the No. 3. No. 2. P'-- t' vernier has a"iuitrd to Dally. Dally. Ms 1:45 P.M.I $l,.r00n00, and this Lexington 8:50 A.M. nlr-omtirely been taken out of 2:37 P.M.j Winchester j 8:00 A.M. P.M.j j the increase in th' asssstnrT,t of 2:55 P.M.j L. & B. June. 7:37 A.M. 3:28 Clay City 7:00 A.M. franchise, which, previous to his 4:12P.M. Camp. June. j 6:19 A.M. entrance to the auditor's office, 5:00 P.M.j j Maloney 5:35 A.M. were greatly under assessed. As 6:00 P.M.j j Jackson 4:45 A.M. n exnnple, the ensr of the Cin P M.I Quicksand 4:31A.M. No. 5. cinnati Gas Transportation ComNo7 6. Dally. pany affords a spkndid sample of Daily. 6:30 AM.j Jackson 5:45 P.M. his work. Tht State Auditor, on j 6:47A.M. Haddix 5:45 A.M. taking office, automatically j 8:48A.M. Hazard 3:26 P.M. Chairman of the State 10:43 A.M. j WhltesburE 1:27 P.M. Board of Valuation and Assess- 11:30 A.M.j McRoberts jl2:45P.M. ment, and Mr. Bosworth immediW. A. RUSSELL, ately commenced an investigation P. T. M Louisville. of this company, with the result that their assessment was raised from $30,824, in 1911, to $1,866,-38CLEANING AND PRESSING. in 1912, increasing the I am ready to do your Cleanamount of taxes they paid to the ing and Pressing Good wcrk State from $154 to $9,331. This guaranteed and charges reasonis only one example of the good work that Mr. Bosworth has done able. Orders left with J. Bloom along this line, and it is work that will receive prompt attention. appeals to tho taxpayer, who is JAMES WILLIAMS. thereby relieved of that much t burden, by having it placed on those who are entitled to meet it. The railroads of the State have J. H. LACY & CO., also como under the observation f of Mr. Bosworth, with the result Real Estate that their assessments were materially raised. The railroads Houses for sale and rent 1 objected to this increase on the fciTY PROPERTY A SPECIALTY.; grounds that tho assessment of farms throughout the State was : Room 200 McEIdowuey BIJg, Phone 94 Mr. Bosworth, not increased. WINCHESTER, KENTUCKY. however, took the stand that to figure tho valuo of tho farms from tho same basis as tho assesu- i Kub.-crmii- Cincinnati Enquirer tl.uO 1 0i Louisville Herald Home and Farm 80 HO Irlnnd Furuier editor of the Jackson Times, how Kvcrybody who is afflicted with ever, saw a lack of enthusiasm, should and through the columns of tho Rheumatism in any form a bottle of paper, mourned the fact that the by all means keep Tho people did not turn out very well. Sloan's Lininwnt on hand. you feel pain or soreness Ho says that there was on the minute It with grounds that day one hundred in 0 joint or muscle, bathe Sloan's Liniment. Do not rub it. men and women, fourteen cows, immc one dogr; a photographer, throe Sloan's penetrates almost and some diatcly right to tho scat of pain, lawyers, t.wo doctors fnlWintr niul making the part children. This niado only 3 per easy and comfortable. Get a botcent, of the human population, tle of Sloan's Liniment for 25 while the cows, being more pat cents of any druggist a"d navo l riotic, turned out 50 per cent. Tho in tho house against Colds, Sore Lumbago, cows were probably more interest- land Swollen Joints, like ailments. tho people, for as wc re- Sciatica and ed than back if not satisfied, but it member, the site chosen for the docs give almost instant relief. building was a favorite rendevous Buy a bottle today, for the cows, and the fifty per cent, that turned out was probThe State University at Lexingprotest ton will give a special course in Up in Jackson the other day ably a delegation to highway construction from Janthey started work on the new ' ncrninRt. the work heincr dono. uary 4 to 15. The course will be of Federal building which has been Jackson will never lose the air free and open to the public, any a country village until these cows anyone interested in good roads In a bone of contention for so long, invited to attend. The work will and the natives turned out in are kept off the streets. be both theoretical and practical, force to the music of a brass band, machinery "Hbvo Rheuma- - and the display of road and listened to speeches by the I ""''i- noes special part of tho "tn b Mayor and othr officials. The, course. Your-mone-- ii'-- n ii-- - m-e- n OLiUK. J I I Our line of Christmas ana New xedr'd Spec.aibidi s now m scoca uiid we I urge you to call while you oau get a good selection. I j It is only 15 DAYS to CHRISTMAS And You Should Do Your Christmas Shopping Early. We have a Splendid Line of inc-e-'- so I j 3 I Facy Glass Ware, Dishes, Lamps atid China. We also have a N ce Line or' Dolls, Toys, Etc., 1 Suitable for the Children. 5, Gall and Look over Our Stock Rfr You Buy. Mrs. J. W. Wlliams. if II i. tjr ' . : j ; PERSONALS. Henry was down Heidelburg Sunday. Pal Miss Viola Courtney, of Win a bazaar and sale Saturday night, Chester, visited Mrs. A. T. Whitt Everybody should attend this and help the good work along. Saturday Sunday. and Brother Ritchie, pastor of the. llev. B. P. Burgher, of Clark Methodist church, had his housecounty, was here Sunday, visiting hold goods moved here from Mrs. T. J. Kirk was shopping in his con, J. E. Burgher. early in the wock, and is Winchester Saturday. Judge Dcrickson, of Stanton, now getting settled down. Harry Russell made a business was a pleasant caller at The Times The many friends of Mr. J. C. trip to Lexington Thursday. office one day this week. M. Day will regret to learn that A. T. Whitt and his little son Miss Grace Shimfesscl returned his condition is not improving as were in Winchester Sunday. Sunday from Hazard, where she rast as his friends would desire. has been visiting for the past week He is still confined to his room. The cold snap put a stop to tobacco stripping for a few weeks. The cold weather convinced Albert Burgher went to Roxana very one that winter is here at Monday to do some machine work Miss Ilattic Blair will spend for the Day Company, at the plant last. Tuesday morning the thcr- Christmas at her home in nometer registered 10 below zero, '.here. ind Wednesday morning was very Those who are behind with 'ittln Viottnr Mr. Potter, of Louisville, is heir taxes had better' read the advisiting his sister, Mrs. T. J. Miss Amanda Grant Curry, of vertisement of Sheriff Derickson, White. 'ndian Fields, died Snndav morn-nind take notice. at the nie of fi7 vein. M'ss Judge Luther Loving and E. B. Mrs. Mcccham has returned t' urry was born near Clay City, McQlone were down Sunday from or home in Trxington, after r nd the' family is well known Jackson. :it with aer parents, Mr. aw hroughout the county. 'rs. 0. H. Mackcy. Mr. nnil Mth. A T. Whitt wereu 0. II. Dnilv, third trick opera-o- r Cincinnati' for a couple of days Mrs. Randall Hartcr has reat the il"pot. was under the this week. turned to her home at Nada, aftci 'oathcr for a few days last week, spending eight weeks with her 'ith a severe cold. TTc was i vim' Mr. A.T. Whit ln parents in Wet Virginia. by r. C. Whisman, of ing Mrs. Groves at Falmouth for Vattyvilln Junction. il luipn Jnt Mnuiilz i a few days. ing his store property on Mail. Ilev. G. W. Peal, of Nicholas-"illc- , Mrs. IT. TT. Pherigo was in Win- - strcct b jn a new hard uttin srleoWl as rmtor . cheT ono day last week, on a wood floor' and othcr "PV- - r ofhas ben Lick nhritin the Log dvmrlng trip. aients. ""hurch for the cn'nt voar. Sv-c- s Rfv. D. H. Mathrrly will fi'l his . will be held "n tip , !lc T" Ladies Aid of the Chns-Hil- Sunday appointmnit at Pharis of each month. Church Sunday. tian Church arc planning to hold Sheriff TVrieknn wns ?n town I mc day last week, and c"' r""ip lotices printed to send to those in rrears for their taxes. Thns 4in niv behind will ho advertised DtMllol III soon if they do not "come neross." More-heag -, from KERR & BEAN, UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS d, WINCHESTER, - KY. ' uome to Uur Store Anl let we ii how you vliu t n nine line of goods Notion"-, rum. en Our muck of Dry iooIp, Kardwarf, Clothing, Shot-- an i etc. is replelp wilh rrriir ' -- ! fh Variety, Style and Qualiy. tmi COMBINED WITH OUR ttwt J. DAN JACKSON, Seem ! Low Prices Make New and I Hand Furniture it tn your interest to u'ive We uh a uood of he- - UHol.r..liiir Winchester. it pillrliitr S'tul ym rorner Broadway and Hapel at Kentucky. ndpavor. will be We tdpv t rtrani7P ?. branch of the C. T3. al he Christian Church. MmnerF if all denominations are invited o attend. R. C. Morrison, Superintend f the Knoxville division of the & Vj. passed thrnuch here ow lay last week in his private car Several othcr officials wcrp in the larty, which was just lookinr vcr the line. F. Evans, of Lebanon. Tv. tate orranizor of the CrMrn C. ymr trmle. trive to (ileape our 'Utiinier Hre eini"e Wekiinwii.ilipfledcliHtonif-r- nlirhepl nfsets. Yours to please, WALDRON k JOHNSON, f Rye and Timothy Seed. Need any Fence, Gaes, Roofing, Cement, Sewer Pipe? Write us. one made. Waltersville, Ky. We sell the Owensboro Wagon, the bdt ova prices are always riqht. The tobacco markets in Win chester and Lexington have shown Bedford Tattle, SS slight improvement lately, but is expected that much better prices will prevail after the holi- lays, and also that a better grade if the weed will be offered then. it i We carry a complete Line of An item in the Lexington Iler- - ild states that Betty Rose Terry, You Need a Tonic There are tirties in every woman's life when she needs a tonic to help her over the hard places. When that time comes to you. you know what tonic to take Cardul, the woman's tonje. Cardui is composed of purely vegetable ingredients', which act gently, yet surely, on the weakened womanly organs, and helps build them back to strength and health. It has benefited thousands and thousands of weak, ailing women in its past half century of wonderful success, and it will do the same for you. You can't make a mistake in taking , years old, who was married in owell county December 17, 1912, ias filed suit for divorce from her usband, Bob Terry, who is con- Ined in the Indiana Reformatory on a charge of murder. 18 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. j Cardui The Woman's Tonic Has Helped Thousands. Miss Mattie Kearns, who was taken to a Lexington hospital some weeks ago, was brought back to her home here a few days ago. Her condition is reported us somewhat improved, but she is still very weak. She was accom panied by Mrs. C. liazclngg. THE LIVF,R REGULATES THE BODY A SLUCiaiSH LIVER CARE Someone has said NEEDS Miss Amelia Wilson, R. F. D. No. 4, Alma, Ark., says: "I think Cardui is the greatest medicine on earth, for women. Before I began to take Cardui, I was so weak and nervous, and had such awful dizzy spells and a poor appetite. Now I feel as well and as strong as 1 ever did. and can eat most anything." Begin taking Cardui today. Sold by all dealers. with Chronic Liver Complaint should be shut up away from for thev are DcssimisU and sco through a "glass darkly." Why! Because mental states de pend upon physical states, Headaches. Dizziness and Constipation disappear after us ing Dr. King's new ijiie raw. zoo. at your Druggistj uin-ousncs- s. that people Harris Friedman, 14 N. Main St., Winchester, Ky. HARD TO KILU A member of tho University of The heaviest snow o tkc season Paris has been experimenting upon has fallen during the past few tho longevity of germs and Becds. Tho subjects chosen for Doctor i lays. tests wer of W'0M Dan McCoy has bought a sawmill from Sherman Bobbins, and plants, fungus spores and bacteria. will move it to his farm, where he They were sealed up in separate vacand for three weeks were will saw timber and grind feed uum tubes, subjected to the temperature of for the neighborhood. liquid air (minus 190 degrees C), J. P. Crabtrce, the noted turkey and subsequently for 77 hours to the buyer, passed through again this temperature of liquid hydrogen (mi week with a nice drove of birds. nus 250 degrees C). They were He also had a nice load of fur that then exposed to the air and at the he had gathered on the Little end of a year all tho seeds germinated, the spores "coming to life" Sinking, in Lee county. again after two years. Doctor Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Walter suggests that lifo can thus be Cress, a fine large boy, on Dccem- - suspended indefinitely without dam) r 14. Mr. and Mrs. P. G. Powell age to the organism. " nil smiles over tho bright apIN THE BALKANS. pearance of their little grandson, POPULATION Bcc-quere- l's Bec-quer- el a-- XENA mmwmmmMmmmfmmmm GIVE HIM A SELF-STEERI- NG --A- SLED FLYER "Cress." School closes this week, and wo regret to see our efficient teacher, J'r. Marion Atkinson, leave us, I hopp he will return for an other year. He has made many I mte here who will miss him 1 FLEXIBLE the small or grown-u- p The following are the latest estimates of population in the reconstructed Balkan states, according to the Geographical Journal: Turkey in Europe, 1,590,000; Bulgaria. Humania, 7,514,976; Scr-vi- a, 4,547,990; Greece, 4,363,000; Montenegro, 516.000 ; Albania. 1,000,000. This is the SAFEST, FASTEST and BEST SLED for Boy. XPAYKRS TAKE NOTICE ONLY HURT HER PRIDE. that vour svstcm needs immediate Certainly Loss of nttention. Sleep is most serious. It is a warn OLDS ARF, MOST hut civen hv Nature, it is man duty to himslf to assist by doinp his part. Dr. King's New uis PTOP POSSET " covcry is hnsnd on a scientific a" alysis of Colds. SOn. nt vour Druir The disregard of a Cold has oft gist. Buy a bottle today. uitc a number have not yet and unless all I !d their taxes for this year are paid "tic I w'll b compelled to vertisc, levy or garnishee all fiosc in arrears. Kindly attend your taxes "f once, and avoid 1 rthcr costs being added. II. T. DERTPKSON, Sheriff Powell County. We have them in the Small, Medium Size. and Large m tas, "A woman in police court this morning said her husband pulled COME IN TODAY AND HAVE A LOOK. her hair." "The brute! Out?" "No; off." en broucrht manv a reeret. The fnt nf Snoezincr. Couerhinrr. or Fever should be warning enough 1 Tin ottn Grubbs and Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, Winchester, Ky. J i ! Hardwick and Cur pared fall and wirier goods are no , Jo., m Fall ana Wintv r Goods. jiBSBlKKSBISBBBflSSSB8SBrB am! v wuita and i vite you to call and see the n. Ve know vJf is ire ou prenon-ey. lo supply them, and at price t.iat vvi.i save "High Quality and Low Prices our iik tto. Walk-Over Are HUSBAND RESCUED sole agents ror Queen Quality shoes for won.e.i, shoes for men, Mart Schaflner & Marx and The M te 1'ess DESPAIRING WIFE After Four Tears of Discouraging Conditions, Mrs. Bollock Gave Up in Despair. Husband I had gotten so weak I could not stand, Brand mens' suits, Sweet Orr & Co. corduroy pants and Stetson and overalls, Arrow brand mens' shirts and collars, Astor brand mens' an4 patterns. boys'-hat- Pi toral Review dress oods, and I gave up in despair. At last, my husband got me a bottle ot Cardul, the woman's tonic, and I commenced taking it. From the very first dose, I could tell it was helping me. I can now walk two miles without its See our lines of mens' odd pants, dress ready to wear hats, womtns', misses' and childrcns' coats, Balmocaan coats for women and men, neckwear, sweaters, raincoats, con forts, blankets, In hosiery, mattresses Where to Eat in Winchester Cane to Rescue. beds, ind they will tell you springs, chairs, sewing machines. for it will be to your interest. fad, anything you need We handle the 'Bain" wagons JdSIS' RESTAURANT Cor. Main & Washington. by the carload, and can save you money on a wagon. are selling, Crown fl ur We and Red Cri four at 75 cents per In an Interesting letter tiring me, and am doing all my work." If you are all run down from womanly from this place, Mrs. Oettie Bullock writes as follows : "! suffered for- four troubles, don't give up In despair. Try years, with womanly troubles, and during Cardul, the woman's tonic. It lias helped Catron, Ky. - 25 pounds, or $3.00 per hundred, cents p and Monarch flour 70 every 25 pound nclc, or $2.80 per hundred CAPITAL HTQOK. 8IO0.OOO s u mr.UH an u un- - this time, I could only sit up for a little more than a million women, In its 50 while, and could not walk anywhere at years of continuous success, and should all. in my left side. Af times, I would have severe pains surely help you, too. Your druggist has sold Cardul for years. He knows what i:k guir what is nteed to sitisfy or money refutidsd uponeuimfo1 t 'h after ying it. Roasted ccfee 12 I -- 2c rer !b. WiNcmcsTKu Dank. K. ji The doctor was called In, and his treat- It will do. Ask him. He will recomment relieved me for a while, but I was mend it Begin taking Cardul today. soon confined to my bed again. Write lot Qutunoogt MHIcin After ClutUnoum. Tenn., )lUoryIDcp your cut aiUM.pigt that, nothing seemed to do me any good. Truuxat tat Wwmu," Mai ia tUia fcuuk. HARDWICK SI ANTON, & COMPANY, KENTUCKY. OP WlNOIIHTMII. Co.. L4I for Sveeiul om N. Mill, I. V U'lTIIUHHIMIUN. l'111'.M, jJ V. It, Hl'llAH, O.VHIIIKK. I YOl'K ACCOUN TS KOUqlTKl) U After January 1, 1015 The inrr. nil the county news and the Times will be one dollar a year, Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer, con-i- n advance. Subscribe before that tnjtiinu; ull the news of tho world, ' both ono year for a dollar, if tak- time. . Tho Clay City Times, contain- - en at onco. 6S Chip of The Flying By 99 KATHLYN WILLIAMS MultrattJ tAti In t,m Photo Drama of the Samo Name from Photographt of In Popular Maga-- l nr. Copyright by Street i Smith. tvit putii shed by G. W. DUIInpham C. Written by H. M. Bower Picture rn:i Photographs Copyright by The Solie l'olyscupe Company. Ordinary CHAPTER I. My Novelette. While I was playing the part of Dr. Delia Whitmore In tho "Chip of tho Flying U" tho 1 In the moving-picturthat was producing the play m&scsted that I write my Impressions if this story in the form of a short : :.vcl. Tha deeper I entered Into tho .rt of "tho little doctor," ns I was i lied in the play, the more charmed I with the entiro production. Tha result was that I approached my t sk of novelizing my Impressions of this ttcry, not with halting pen, but gusto, and on a typewriter speed- I ig under the manipulation of Angers that were glad to .. rk. 1 mui ; first remind you that "Chip of the Filing U" is a novel by B. M. 1 ower. aud that frpra tills novel the otoplay in which I ployed the lead-- 1 i.ig j.art wan dramatized for the cam-- 1 era. Both the novel and the photo- -' Hay unfold tho story from the view-- , point of the principal m..n character, Lamely. Chip. In litis novelette of mine, however, I am presenting the , btory ent;rely from tho viewpoint of character, woman principal the namely. Dr. Delia Whitmore, tho part waich I played with nil my heart be- causev of my love for this refresh- mly sweet character and my fondness for all the other ,"charai tors In ul story of a Montana this nJich. fhereforo now, as I tho tale of the photoplay unfold to you Just a itlmpn-Fseme during Its production, ; vou should remember that I am writ- Int! for the heroine, in the first perton blngulrr. Hence the one who Is telling earned a vacation." "All right, then, Delia," my brother this storv now 13 Delia Whitmore, said. "It's understood that you como M, D. "the little doctor." . . 1. .. TT ir anonfl of you, as soon as Whitmore, In the morning your vacation, both I, Bella you've earned said vacation." of my lite I was in tho early twenties And so the matter was settled. Tho my day It and In the evening of next day my bother moved bodily out vus about 8:00 p. m. arrived home urownsione his nice, from college. With tu'e was my class- of In New York and took a state-mate. Cecil Granthum. Did I say homo front - - n..ltMnn it nn In flllp " should have said ruuill 111 i lrom him at sta tion In Montana uue fr , college' plu home" from time land ranch which he miles from the twen alto a three years' course in a were1 'ad bought, lock, stock and barrel-- !;. For both Cecil and myself this evening at 8:00 p. ,n.. "v" uuu r.edscd M. D.s. Wn had both been goes to make up a modern ranch. from the medical college pos- And here nnd both had flnished our necessary ppssln ""i,Cecil and I in ' of Ia training in the hospital. Of course all luns ut our shingle our pains up to due time had to show ower-That-l- s e d whole-soulecon-wit' 1 ' deli-hlfur-ti- n st on and becaute he and painting pic.11.-ein . j uoius because well. boc:m-1.- ' "But because wl' i'?" 1 Insisted. And forthwith tli n s'.ie pouted out the story which s is hud all along been Just dying to tell me. It seems that her rrn, Claude Frn-nethad returned from college obsessed by the Idea that he was meant to be a great artist. Nothing could keep him away from oils and pastels nnd etchings nnd art museums nnd easels and canvases. But his father had different Ideas. His father Judged a banker and that .Claude-shoua business man and ensage thus In an occupation that would yield cash revenue Instead of criticisms in tho papers and tho flattery of sycophants who always surround a rich artist. And that's why Claude had been put to work In his fathers bann insieau of going to an art school to "finish." And right here let mo tell you that I am relating In every particular theso facts about Clautlo Bennett for a good and sufficient reason. Claude Bennett already Interested me. Ho was a man, seemingly, after my own heart lie wished to engage In a profession. And he stalwartly adhered to his Intention to stick to that profession despite his father's objecting nd In spite of liU of tho "artistic father's pooh-- i nil that sort of temperament" young mail's talk. Mrs. Bennett told me how the matter had reached Its crisis. It seems that Claude, while at his desk in the bank, had been caught He had been making a picture. . caught making a copy of a famous cimrjilfl rhnnfpr. patient Wo hadn t even a shingle to painting. The bank cashier who was hang out. We hadn't even a place also the bank mannger had witnessed CHAPTER II. where we could hang out the Phlngle, this crime In o"!ea hours as commitvi n If vfs'd had a sign of that kind. ted by tho president's son. And in My First Patient. My home was In the city of New At the moment when the telephone horror the cashier had flown to tho Boverclgn of that York. The ruler and nHniinilnn thni VflrV flrtlt rnllv fond parent In his private office and home was my bachelor brother. Jack ent of mne , waa B,tt,ng , communicated to him the fateful news. For some reason people ()U..waI,1K rooro"-nam- ely Whitmore. the par- "Mr. Bennett," tho cashier had said, always called Jack the old man -reodug an ortcle In tho Medica) "your son Is not earning a tenth part though goodness knows Jack wasuteo Qf the ..neryoa. ot of his salary. m Instead of learning ewfully old. Fact is he wasn t very The arUc,e 8et forth eundry banking he persists In practicing the than I, his sister I sup- factg ng to how many women are not profession of n painter. Ho paints inuclr older K.ople called Jack the old man ... nt a w,jen they cuU for Q doctori when be ought to be Ailing ror no more sane reason than that They merely out sight drafts on Milwaukee and but arfl Just ..ncrve8 whlrh caused them to call me the d. a8 a cngoiation, not Trenton." little doctor." For I was not so aw- Straightway dutifully appeared tho , iunr mue you ttnow. 1 u vu. n yo,ce son, Claude, with his fingers all colore enough aud strong enough to support ..vo h of you. of the rainbow after dubbing tbem In the form of the huskiest of sick men,) Doctor Whitmore, from medical his paints, and his clothing like a rain,f he needed such support, clean across . topltnT bow from his carelessness with his o . u hospltul waru. Bha palette. hn , Now this evening, at eight, when Ce-- wou,d ke a woman doctor. So can "Son," roared the older Bennett, ill mid I had removed our wraps and1 you k)nd,y come nt oneoT 1 nm Mr, president ot the bank. "What In all kissed by my wlnlaln nennett, Fifth avenue, oppo tho furies do you mean by painting hHd been thoroughly brother Jack, the first Important thin B,te the uuckingham hotel." pictures when you should be filling Jack told us was the following: The name of William Dennett para-- out sight drafts on Milwaukee?" "Dolla." said he. "I've bought j C0idn't say a word. I ,yzed m Son laughed. Father roared some ranch In Montana!" B,nuiv hunc un. And I myself hung more. You see, the son was like the Montana!" I exclaimed, "Ranch! ou the pjjone table. And aa In flea on the lion. The Hon could roar, What for? "Goodness! but what was the use? a dream I heard Cecil saying "It's called 'The Flying U,'" he re"Son," roared elder Bennett, "ei"What alls you, anyway? plied, "and I'm going to take possesI told her. She didn't get limp at ther you give up this paint stuff, or sion at once." all. She sprang up and threw her else you get out ot my bank and shift Whereupon In sheer transports of arms around me and commanded me for yourself. I don't want any artlutlo Joy at the prospect of taking iiosses-blo- to get my things' ou at once and "beat temperaments loafing around my bank ot his Moutaua ranch be klssod It!" nor my bouse. Understand?" "Perfectly," replied the us both tigttln. "Bennett!" she cried, as I grabbed Oh, yes. Jack was not sparing in my doctor's bag. "Why, he's the presi- eon. in mat case, uau, since you his kisses wheti Cecil wan around. It dent of the big bank in which your so strenuously and unreasonably ob- was supposed, don't you see, to be brother has his account. lie's a MiJust u brotherly kiss for both Cecil and das. He's richer than Rockefeller, 'or t, myself. In tlio light or my own insight Into the human heart, however, and moro particularly my Insight Into tho human heart of Jock Whltmorc, I positively knew that tha klssfcs hd so nonchalantly bestowed upon Cecil Gran-thuM. D., that evening wcro not ell Just brotherly, but wcro secretly very much of the loverly tort. Our parents wcro dead. And brother Jack had nlways kept house, bachelor-wise- , keeping thus a homo to whkh I could come for rest In my vacations during my and oven for week-endtraining at tho hospital. Tho result was that now the tears welled Into my eyes, and I cried in dismay: "But, Jack, what am I to do whea you break up this homo and go to ranch In Monthat awfully tana J" "You are going with me," ho said, with tyrcrnical brevity, ae It his mare word settled the matter. "Going with you!" cried Cecil, In chagrin. "Then what's to become of me? I thought we were both to hang out our shingles on the front of this house aud wait for patients." "You let me handle this matter, Cecil," I put in. Th..n, turning to Jack with determination and finality, 1 said; "Jack Whitmore, you go to your ranch, if you wish. I'm going to stay right here nnd build up a practice as a doctor. Women doctors nre as scarce In ladles. And 1 this city as guess Cecil and I have both got a nice, fat chance to succeed. So there!" Jack laughed, his h hearty laughter that was over so tagious. The result was that Cecil laughed too. Immediately, then, I got mad. "What are you two laughing at?" I snapped. "This Is no laughing matter. Hero is Jack going to break up our home. And yrn nnd 1, Cecil, win nave to bunk away in some dingy flat, "Nothing llko that," Jack now so d. seeing that Cecil was herself on the verge of tears. "You two can occupy this house rent free Just as long ua you like. Hang out your shingles and practice on a lot of patients who will never pay. their blll3. And when you get tired of living on bread and water, you just hlko out to tho Flying U ranch and have some real grub. Sec? "Nothing of the sort!" I answered, with dignity. "Dr. Cecil Granthum and myself herewith promise you, brother Jack, that you will never see us at the Flying U l we have both built up a good, paying practice and uave. Dy uara worn believe that's the word, dlllgcne s far-awa-y at leant nearly so. a nleo fat feel" cenary!" 'Anyway ny, he's "How unprofessional and how mer"You must not I exclaimed. think of fees when you'ro a doctor," I protested. "Bosh!" was Cacti's comment, nnd forthwith the shoved me out of tho house. Well, I mot the great Bennett. And d ho conducted me up a fllsht of stairs to a r'erlously furnished bedroom, wh"'3 Mrs. Bennett v lay In the mrst beautful if briU, nbcut something, I could r.ct nt first make out Juct what. BeiitPtt left us p.V.no, thank goodness! I perceived tli t Mrs. Bennett was Jurt a euro of nrrvt, as the Medical Hcvlew had pel- - led out, nnd that I con3o!a'ion. all she wanted questioned rallrT (loverly yes. I'm sure I rctcd wl'.'i rlrvernrss with this, tny very first pM'ent. I did not examine her pulse, ti' r r. rt her to stick out her tongue, nor anything like that. I did nothing that smacked of a professional visit. I made It seem, rather, that I had come os n consoler. In short, I diagnosed her case with such extreme frankness rnd such brutal candor that she herself at last laughed and confessed that I was right and that she wasn't slrk nt all, but Just had a case of nerve. "And tho Important thing now, Mrs. Bennett," I raid, "Is what Is on your nerves? As my chum. Dr. Cecil Granthum. would say, 'What nils you, anyway?' " "My son," sho replUd, laconically "Well?" I drawled. "Well," she said, "my son has goi. velvet-carpetetcr-rlbl- to his loving mother ami beat It West And that was why Mrs. Bennett wan now down wih a case of sheer nerves Tho shock to her nerve system hul been something dreadful. To think o' her son, her darling boy, roving tlif wild and woolly West with a box of paints. Goodness! It was fierce! good-b- "And whero has your son landed, Mrs. Bennett?" I now asked. "Montana!" sho replied. "Why, "Montana!" I exclaimed. that's where my own brother has gone. He's been In Montana now some few weeks." "So's my son," replied Mrs. Bennett. "And where do you suppose he Is now?" hr wi "Elther You Give Up This Paint Stuff, or Get Out of My Bank." Ject to your son and heir following tho noble profession of Whistler and Millet and Sargent, why the prodigal will Just vamoose. Fact Is, dad, I'll beat It West" "West!" gasped the elder Bennett. "You mean to say you'll chuck up all I provide for you your motor, our mans' 1, everything to go West whero ihere Isn't arythlng but grass and sand and sugcbrus'.i?" "Sure thing," replied son. "Good-bdad. I'll start at once. But before I go let me tell you some little truths that nobody else has the courage to tell yoti. Those men who work for you at those desks out there are all of 'em Just so many slaves. They are chackled to your desks and tethThey ered to your salary drawer. daren't say their souls are their own. They Just put their noses to their books and bend their backs to your managers and are perpetually in mortal fear of losing their Jobs. None ot that in mine, dad. I'm no slave. I'm a freeman. The long grass and freedom for mine with my painting outfit. Good-by!" "Where?" "He's a cowboy think of It, a cowon a boy my son a cowpuncher! ranch." "Ilanch! What ramh?" "The Flying IT." I didn't say a word. I was too paralyzed by thr littleness of this great big world. Tho Flying U! Why, that And if was my brother's ranch. Claude Bennett was a cowboy on that ranch It meant that Claude Bennett was an employe of my brother Jack For some reason I was already so deeply interested in Claude Bennett that I somehow perhaps Intuitively-wan- ted to have some secret to myself that concerned him. So I Just did i"t say a word to Mrs. Bennett about Claude being on my brother's ranch, and therefore surely in good hands "And what do you suppose they c'l West Me ll e went s . ti- i :tid no jocit bank ia Claude Whereupon Bennett resigned from the bank and guffawed In the faces of the 'bank managers and the slaving clerks and betook him self away from that august Institution of money and went home and packed up bis ilotbes and his paints and bads. him?" Mrs Bennett now exclaim' I "They've nicknamed him. It seems that every man on a ranch every It rowbov mil'' have a nickname. !s r t acroni.ng to ranch ethics to call So they call n mt.n bv his own name. nim "Chip." and I' spoke the hip! ' such Interest that I'm sure t''it I blushed and nearly betrayed my namely, thoughts of my own th v's't to hn Flying U and my meeting with "Chip." Yes, I wondered, even then, if I would ever earn that vacation In which I would visit my brother's rfch and meet this very delightful "Chip." Mrs. Bennett, "Yes," suplemented "they call him Chip of the Flying U." 1 rated, n-- iie uu ) d 1 WJZ Z, - . ,. 1 f The Fa ? V f V ? ' rk Store 'gaert Co., Jewelers, SINCE 18831 For the Besl of Eveiylhing at the Lowest Prices, go to 1 (1 ' Vidor I Leadir ESTABLISHED 133-13- 5 W. Main S... LEXINGTON, KY. t t; ? t t t v Y t t y t ? t f Y Y STOVES We handle a ",'."., 'd guaranteed line of Stoves and .,. .. Ranges. The '3 the-onl- I ! Y n f Y t f best that are made. Give us a look:, be exclusive fore buying We are Hardware Store in Winchester. Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y f Y Franklin Hardware Company, 70 S. Main St., Winchester, Ky. t ? Y ? Y NOT SO HERE. An cxchnngc says that a young man in Jackson took his best girl out for a drive recently. She fell out of the buggy and he drove i wo miles before ho missed her. Such things may happen in Jack- on, but wc will vouch for the town. fact that they could not happen to a Clay City girl. The hind wheels might come off or the spring break, or 4he horse fall dead or stop to browse by the wayside, without the knowledge of the young man, but never could the girl fall out without being missed. She is always sure of being well looked after m this The Winchester Sun reports a man who bought a large tract of land in Jackson County, but refuses, to live on it. Jackson County is about the last place a Democrat would want to live. Irvine Sun. Guess again, Brother Bush. The item referred to Col. II. Tt. Perry, and most everybody in the state knows better than to fvuse the Colonel of being a 1 "iocrat. But probably that may be one reason why he did not wish to move to Jackson c nuty. TRACY jTSTOKBLV How's This? latarru made by bla firm. Pianos and Orgnns on Easy Terms. Write A. Walker, 188 Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hall Linden Ave., Winchester, Ky. on Tuesday night, a handsome Agent for Stein way & 3ons. baby boy. Mr. J. W. Ilntaon and family The heavy snow that came Sun day caught some of our farmers left today for Henry county, Mo., with com still in the fields. Some where they wil make their fuwill always wait for the end of ture home. The sale of Mr. Hut-sothe fine weather before they start Tuesday was well attended their outdoor work. ind articles, brought fair prices Mr. It. P. Hoee and Mrs. Liz Taulbeo Mountz brought into zie Blount were married in .Ml Sterling Wednesday, Dccetnltei The Times oflice the other day a lOt li. We were unable to lean tall: of corn with three ears on anything further concernum th it. The ears are not very large, marriage than stated above. "iur are nice and even and are extra good one'. Virgil Rose also Dr. Shirley, the hookworm ape nine in with ten ears that he will cialist of Winchester, was lien jnter in the State show at Lex hist Wednesday, und gave n talk mgton in January. to the children at the school. Sev eral examinations were made and Why Errs are In Demand. quite a number were found to be affected. "When a goose lays an epp," Com said Andrew Lang, "she just wad The Brodhead-Garret- t pany's saw und planing millt- dies of us if she were ashamed ot were forced to suspend operation it because she is a goose. When Tuesday on account of the ex .1 lien lays an egg ah, she calb treme cold weather, lhe plan heaven and earth to witness it! inir mill resumed work una in tlm The hen is a natural horn adver morning, but the saw mill wil Hence the demand for he c mpelled to remain idle uu riser. til the ice breaks up und releaser len's eggs exceeds the demand the logs in their booms. for goose eggs, and the hen has ill the business she can attend to." Moral, advertise your bus LOCAL BREVITIES High Grade Clothing XI n tlo out DrcfiNorH enn Apprcolnte MARX and HART, SCHArFNER CLOTHES. Wttoia In WluoliOHtcr call und hoc Qunllty ot BLOOMF1ELD At $10.00. $12.50, SPECIALS $13.50, $15.00. -- II Lee Bloomfield & Co., North Main St. Winchester, Ky. li STANTON COLLEGE, STANTON, KY. Next Term Opens Monday, Jan. 4, 1914. One of the Best Schools in Kentucky. Courses In Agriculture and Domestic Science. Review'Classes in the Common Branches will be Conduced throughout iness. STOP THAT COUGH NOW the Term. By paying part of their Expenses in Wotk, Students may get Rates at the Dormitory as low as $1 50 per Week. 'eal Estate and Insurance. i Huy and Sell Faun and p hac of all kinds. I'atras in Clark and adjoining fie- - for nlp or rent. Write us ' vimi wnnt. " cure. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, u. W. th nndeetlffnril. have known F. J. City Cheuex lor tbe last li rcara, anil bellete him In all -nine perfectly honorable to carrybusiness transaction! out any obligation! and financially able PIAi. UAftft. We alter One Hundred Dalian lira in! for anj aae of raturrh that cannot be cured lijr Ilall'i ur (,JIJir.lnr Toledo, Oblo. write all kinds of Insurance. t?ACY AND STOKELY Main Street. WlnchPstrr TTaira Patarrh rnr la taken Internally, actios directly umh the blood and mucooa aurfacca ot rrlce 73 Teatlmonlala aent free, tbe ayatem. centa bottle. Sold by all Druggtsta. Take Haifa Family rills for constipation. When you catch Cold, or begin to Cough, the first thing to do is to take Dr. Bell's y, For Information Wtite to Ky. Dealers Wanted It penetrates the lining of the Throat and Lungs and fights the ir Germs of the Disease, giving juick relief and natural healing, "Our whole family depend on 1 for Coughs and Colds," writes Mr. E. Williams, Send your shoes by parcel post. and huvo them repaired in the bes! Hamilton, Ohio. It always helps. 55c. at your Druggist. way. and with the. best material Rev. J. C. Hanley, President, Stanton, Ky. MING WE WAN town In N Virginia, n m Kcnturkv to t.i and HI.T7. ji: i... aatlsly tli. owl, $N i up; aUu o for an et..t t. qulck'Mllln . IIUST1.K1! i A!.: ' '..l tmltory . i Al.rlR r. 0r cf LEWIS, ALLEN rilre State ot MXI. In each in W. '. Into a lirat . I. quick fcr i'ir" tlvea KKNTI-NintSt., Cii (rood, From i. i chance jIit to take on a . I'urs, or for a live v and kicking to iret .in.r business. Write l;it tirv Hepreaenta 'I'VNY, 21-E. UOXUV. J irood lar. Send money with the shoos. Prices Men's Half Soles, sowed 90c, nailed 65c. Boys' and Worrfen's Half Soles, sewed 75c. nailed 50C Ruhlier heels, Men, G5c, Women 50c Leather lieols, Men, 35", Women 25c WHEN YOU WANT A SHAVE OR HAIR CUT OR ANY TONSORIAL WORK CALL ON H. H. PHERIOO. I I jj K 1rj Safety ' Hi st! ; h S J5 Jflj (P U Q K "arcel post work receives prompt tention. CHAS. BALMUT Winchester, Ky. at- h To protedt the Depositor, is the firfl duty of a Bank; for this reason the ample Capital and Surplus and Conservative Business Methods of the "CLAY CITY NATIONAL" constitute the flrongeSt claim for new business. For protection of depositors, we have: $25,000.00 Capital paid in. 10,000.00 Surplus and Profits. Shareholders' Liability, 25.000.00 Lfj yp g IC 31 Ifa ' FREE TO FARMERS By the Ratekin Seed House of Shenandoah, Iowa, one of the oldest, best established seed firms in the country will mail a copy of their Big Illustrated Seed Catalogues. This book is complete on alt farm and garden seeds. It tellsJiow to grow big yields and all about the best varieties of Corn for your locality; also Seed Oats, Wheat Barley, Speltz, Grasses, Clovers, Alfalfa, Pasture and Lawn Mixtures, Seed Potatoes and ill other farm and garden seeds, i nit Book is worth dollars to all in want of ceds of any kind. IT S FREE to al iur readers. Write for it today and on this paper. The address i' RATEKIN'S SEED HOUSE, Shenandoah, lows. g K Twenty-fiv- e Total. Years - $60,000.00 and SEEDS special arrangement of Experience at Our Present Location. 1 K CLAY CITY NATIONAL Clay City. Kentucky. MemVer BANK. tft fj ffi 1IC ZTi We are Show " Fedfr' Reaerve BanV Syfle'm. ,i Complete Line of I'CLO I HI NG, Fall and Winter Goods. Etc. Call and see our Line and get our We can fit you in Complete Style SANITARY BAKERY in . wiint uocwl Brel nnrt Cukes baked When o "SAN'ri'MtY SHOI' ml mmln of t'-- l)ent try tt.- - SANITARY BAKERY, nf Wlnnhert-- r. PRESH EVEUY IMY AT JAMES HLOOM'S. Pr;cj. Snnltarv Bakery, LEWIS RUPARD, Winchester, Ky. at Low Cost. TREES. IM POWELL & JACKSON ;! liouiuV n and . Manas . C. SHIMFESSEL y ICXXIIf Kul'Nl) AT Writers of all Kinds of Fire, Life, trees, and Ornamental Fruit Tornado, .Lightning and Hall Insur-- . climbs, Grnpo Vines, Hluibarb, A ance.. We are also agents for the purauus, 1'eimiea, lhlox, Roses, etc. Illinois Surety Company and are prebusiEVBRY THING FOR ORCHARD, pared to do a general Bonding ness. LAWN AND OARDF.K. POWELL & JACKSON WINCHESTER, KY. PRICES TO SUIT A'hLi NOTHING SO AdRNTS FRKK CATALOGS & SONS, Sam W. Powell Office In .J TM)iSMALL. K. F. HILLENMEYER Lexington; Ky. ' Winchester Llnville Jackson Court House, v Kentucky