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f y t DON'T ORDER FENCE i From mail order houses and wait a month or two to get it, when you can buy it from Bedford & Turtle at Winchester, Ky., for less money and get it the next day after order is sent them. . v y y y V t y y y y y y i FEED and SEEDS of all kinds. ,&'Z Great Slump in Live Stock The value of livestock on Ken tucky farms Jan. , 1021, was ap proximately $12,S1S,(MM coin parel to approximately lIUT.'OCv )) worth of stock rn this State's farm Jan. 1, lt'20, according to tlie annual estimate issued joint ly by the U. S. Bureau of Crop Estimates in co-operation with State Commissioner of Acricul ture W. C. llanna. The derreace in total value is due chiefly to shrinkage in market value per head, though there has been con siderable decrease in number?, especially of hoys, dairy nvs show u slight increase it) num bers. ' Tii is estimate jrives the num bers of livestock lit various class es in Kentucky Jan. 1, 1!)21, as follows: horses 120,000, mules 20,000, milk cows l($,00fl other cattle 002,000, sheep .137,()M, and swine i;421,000. This indi rates the number of mules on Kentucky farms is the same as on Jan. 1 1J12U; milk cows have increased about 2 percent, while cattle other than milk cows have decreased about " percent, hors es a little more than 2percent, fdieep about S percent, and swine nearly lf percent. The average farm value of milk cows in Kentucky Jan. 1, 11)21, is $57 00 per hea I compar ed to IT.'MM) Jan. 1, 15)20 pother cattle !f:50 10 compared to $41 20 Jan. 1, 1920; horses .$8 1 00 com. pared to $101 00; mules $107 00 compared to 1128 00; sheep $G IV) compared to $10 00; and saine $!) 00 compared to f 13 00. VAUGHN'S MILL. Farmers here are turning the sod Mrs. Nesbit Ilighley joined her husband Tuesday to reside here. Messrs. Ed Hush and Statin Haber were court day visitors at Irvine Monday. Iiro T. B. Mc(iuire, of Lex inirton, preached at Todd's Chap el Sunday to a latere audience. Mrs. Naoma Sams H in Win chester at this writing, visiting relatives and attending to some business matters. 1'ete Wells, in company with his partner, II. L. Bush, of Clay City, were in Lexinirton Monday buying goods. Stanley Haber was at home last weeh nursing a couple of linsers he trot caught in C. A. link in the oil lield. Word lias been received here that Mrs. Geo. Brandenburg, Clark county, on the 7th, fell and broke her knee. She is in a ser ious condition. Mrs. Nannie Eva MeKinney, who fell and broke her leg before the holidays, is able to w a I k about the house by the aid of her crutches. The Church of God will have an as-embly of all ministers and gospel workers of Kentucky to be held at Morehead, Feb. 21-25. Joe A. Cosby is expecting to at tend from here. Had roads and cold weather will not be any excuse to oiler at the judgment for our abseuce at the public worship, l'aul says "Not forsaking the assembling of our selves together as the manner cf some is." Hebrews 10:2. Our photocrapher, C. A. West, is doing a splendid business in the photo line. He not ouly can "snatch your beauty" but will enlarge your pictures at an eco nomical cost. Give him a trial aud get good servcie coupled with satisfaction. A good number of our male voters in this and surrounding communities are calling on S. A. Faster to make the race for Coun- IX 21 TATl I & Suffer?!! VJ Wonders for Me," Pfl JDj Declares ThULaJy. T! 4 "I suffered for a long SX1 time with womanly weak- V7j JL ness," eays Mrs. J. R I N r-i Simpson, of 57 Spruce t-Ta XSJ St.,AsheviIle,N.C. "I L1 (N finally got to the place iM Vf where it was aa effort for fcNyi yjLX me to go. I would have LjN bearing-down pains In T1TA my side and back es- pcciauy severe across my w--yA SXl back, and down in my K y side there was a great fN yrj deal of soreness. I was nervous and easily tip- SJ rl rl TAKE GMi Wire Femcm The Strongest Financial Institution on Earth: New York Life Insurance Co. The Strongest Fire, Hail, Tornado and Windstorm Insurance Co. in America:' The Home Insurance Co. MARION ATKINSON, Agent, STANTON. : : : KENTUCKY. The Woman's Tonic CT "I heard of Cardul and decided to use it." con- KrfV tinues Mrs. Simpson. "1 iyt saw shortly it was bene- KSCj fitine me. so I kent it uo and it did wonders for me. And since then I have been glad to praise fTT it. It is the best K in's tonic made." sTI lc women need 1 a IvV tonic Thousands and UJh? thousands, like Mrs. Simpson, have found i . . : 1 1 r- . a . i yS TryCardulforyowtrou- UJ ble. ALL DRUGGISTS 1 We have bought a car load of Wire Fencing in the different heights. This car will arrive in Clay City about the first of March. Call and get my prices and com pare them with Brown's or other fence company and see if I am not making real Bargain Prices Place your order with me . for what you need and I will book you for it. FRANK MARGISON. ty Clerk. Mr. Easter, with his family, will be buck here at their old homestead about March 1st to reside. If S. A. should decide to make the race, we would say to all the voters of the county that they could never find a rlean er man than he, and beside he is well qualified to fill the oflirc. ' Classified Advertisements Advertisements inserted under tins head at one cent a word per insertion. SALESMAN WANTED to solicit orders for lubricating oil, greases and paints. Salary or commission. Address TI1K LENNOX OIL k PAINT CO. Cleveland, io. 6-1 1 HAY FOR SALE Several tons of Timothy and mixed hay at $1.00 per bale. Call at this office or at residence of Alf. Crow two miles noutli of town. SALESM EN WA NTKD to solicit or ders for lubricating oils, greases and paints. Salary or commission. Address THE 1IAKVEY OIL CO., Cleveland, O. EOIi SALE, MULLING MACHINE One 27 Star Drilling Machine located at the farm of Chas. Welch to the rear of his dwelling. Priced reasonable. Ap ply to E. Lohmiller, Clay City, Ky. 80t MALE HELP WANTED Get busy, keep busy. Is your job unsafe? Is it permanent? You want a life-long busi ness. You can get into such a business, selling more than 137 Watkins product direct to farmers if you own auto or team or can get one, if you can give bond with personal sureties. We back you w ith big selling helps ; 53 years in business ; 20,0(X),tMKi uers of our pro- dusts. Write for Information where you can get territory. J. It. WAT KINS CO , Dept. 111. Winona, Minn. 4 JOB PRINTING We are anxious to print your Letter Heads, Envelopes DRINK BOHiE-iaKls Ma U3 in The Drink that Leaves a Pleasant Memory Have it in your home at all times The OERTEL Co., Louisville, Ky. Incorporated Makers of Oertels Double Dark, Oertels Dark and Oertels Light Martin Chemical Co., Distrs. Winchester, Ky. hnion, I. Smith Horn ant. A Ml. Sec'y. & Actuary. D. Power, Pre.-!. Darwin WJohn Sec'y. 6t Traj. L. C. Rutiell. Mgr. Indutlral Dept. The Commonwealth Life Insurance Company Home Office Commonwealth Bldg., 106-1 10 South 5th St., Louisville, Kentucky. Oldest Old Line Kentucky Life Insurance Company And its policy contracts are most liberal and up to date in every respect. Policies issued in amounts ranging from a five cent weekly premium on children to $50,000.00. Full information can be obtained by address ing or calling on J. P. Hopkins, Agent. McEldowney Bldg., Winchester, Ky. I will be in Clay City one day in every two weeks. 3 Ac. The Times Office.