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, CLAY : CITY TIME A 'A J. E. Burgher, Publisher. We an Hen to Help Clay City, the Surrounding Country and Ourselves. PUBLISHED EVERY JV.'JT.ZZM VOL. XXVI. ?' PLAY CITY. KY.. THUKSDAY. yOVKMBER 10. -J92I. ' 'SO. 4b The Election The election Tuesday passed off very quietly in Powell county. The result shows divided success for county officers. The Demo orats elect W. T. McOuire for Representative over Sherman Hobblns; II. T. Derickson, Coun ty Judge over Norvel Wireman ; 1. 8 Boone, County Clerk over II. S. Martin; Coyn Bowen, Tax Commissioner without opposi tion, nd Grover Palmer, Jailor over Butler Barnes. The Repub licans elect Marion Welch for Sheriff over F. G. Powell; A. T. Stewart, County Attorney over Muion Atkinson and Guy. Crowe, Circuit Clerk over C. N. Crowe. Judge Shackelford was elected Circuit Judge and W. J. Baxter, Commonwealth'" Attorney with out opposition. The stock law carried in thi9 county and school amendments both lost. Allen Wills and J. B.' Ropers were elected members of the Board of Education. Following is the vote received in the country for the various of fices with the majority of the successful candidates extended: For Representative W. T. McGuire, Dem. 905111 Sherman Robbins, Rep. 834 For Circuit Clerk C N. Crowe, Dem. 87 Guy M Crowe, Rep. .)70 94 County Judge II. T. Derickson, Dem. 9S4 7 N. D. Wireman, Rep.' 977 County Attorney Marion Atkinson, Dem. 8."1 A. T. Stewart, Rep. 982131 County Clerk I. S. "Boone, Dem. 1032173 II. S. Martin, Rep. 8.")9 For Sheriff F. G. Towel), Dem. 915 Marion Welch, Rep. 1011 90 In the Virden precinct the school ballots ran out, leaving forty or more votes not cast in this precinct. Rough Day in Kentucky Election day in Kentucky was a very rough day i some parts of the state. It was attended by killings in a few counties. Fights, cuts, shots, knock downs and arrests in others. It was a disgraceful day upon the whole. The Times is proud of the be havior In Powell and holds up this county as a very sane one especially on election days. Election Dinner Success The Mothers' Club Election dinner was a success, something near fifty dollars being realized on the venture for the benefit of the ciy school. The persistency of the members in raisins money for the 6chool is indeed commend able of them. The money being raised by these splendid ladies and the personal attention to the school, is showing favorable re sults. To Be Electrically Lighted The new Presbyterian church is being wired for electricity. The church will get current from the Wiley's light plant of Lyle & Company near the church. The wiring is being done by the Clay City Light & Electric Compauy. 1 Free Advertising - The Tjmes in its opposition to the two amendments prior to the election came in for a little free advertising in one of the county's leading schools. Our thanks are due the teacher that gave us this advertising and likewise to the voters of Powell county and Ken tucky for vindicating, our better judgment in the matter. If "ig norance" did prompt our judg ment, it is unfortunate that the repuired number of voters to kill the measures reem to have been likewise alllicted. Send For This Bulletin Here is a bulletin you ought to have before hog killhng time. It is Farmers' Bulletin 118(5, "Pork on the Farm." It tells how to kill, cure aud can. Write at once to the Department of Agriculture, Washington, D. C , and ask for a copy. While we shall have an article on meat curing in next is sue, this bulletin will tell you a lot of things we cannot fiud space for. Public Sales Two publicsales are advertised in this issue of the Times. Green Kinser will sell personal property here in Clay City Tuesday, Nov 15th , and the Wingate Ander son iieirs will sell a farm near Stanton at public sale Friday. Nov. 181 h. Read the ads else wherein this paper and learn particulars of both sales. Factory Representative Here J. D O'Connelly, factory rep resentative of the Electric Auto Lite Corporation was herp from Toledo Ohio.Tuesday and Wednes day. He represented the Willys Light division and was in the county to give attention to anv of the plants here that might need it. Change in the 23rd. Judge Back, Democrat, seem to have defeated Judge Saml. Hurst in Estill, Lee and Breath itt Judicial District, for Circuit Judge, and J. M- MffDaniel has won over W. L. Kash, the Re publican nnminpe for Common wealth's Attorney. Large Turnip Mrs. W. H. Smitson, of Vir den, brought to this office the largest turnip of the season. It measured fifteen nnches around and weighed two and fine-half pounds. In Serious Condition James MKinney, who was taken last week to the Bush Hos pital at Winchester, is in a seri cu condition, and his recovery is very doubtful. Hog Killing Time Time to kill hogs and the weath er is "fitten" to butcher too. Spare nbe and sausage will soon be plentiful through the country. Mrs. McKinney Better Mrs. Ellen McKinney was very sick for several days but is now improving. Johnny, Get Your Gun The hunting season open6 next Tuesday and will remain open until January 1, 1022. But you are not at liberty to kill all the birds you can, twelve being the limit for one day. Quail is plen tiful this year, and it will be an easy matter to kill more than one dozen, in a day. Don't for. get to carry your hunting license when you carry vour gun. You will get into trouble if you do not have your license. Haing the license at home does not count. You must have them with your gun. New Insurance Agency Mr. G. D. Howell, of this city, has associated himself with Mr. S. B Tracy, the well known real estate and insurance agent of Winchester, and will write fire as well as life insurance. These gentlemen have secured a nice ad spaco in the Times. See them when you need in insurance or want to buy or sell real estate. Our Voter Missing Mr. Harry Curry, who for years has regularly returned to his old home, Clay City, to vote, was missed Tuesday. Mr. Curry has numerous friends here who made inquiry as to the reason for his not making his annual return hero. We miss him. Attention, Legionaires! On the night of Tuesday, No vember 22nd., 7 o'clock, at Stan tou Court House a meeting of A. N. Spencer Post No. 127 Ameri can Legion will be held for the purpose of electing officers for the coming year. All members are requested to attend. Come! Carl Welch, (Post Com.) Bridge Arrives The steel for the Powell-Estill inter-county bridge across Plum Creek has arrived here and is lin ing hauled out to be placed across the creek. The abutments will belfinished at once and the bridge put up for travel. Jesse Eaton Uundergoes Operation Relatives here have been ad vised of an opnration performed an I the serious illness of Jesse Eaton at Dayton, Ohio, his home. He, however, stood the operation well according to latest reports. Birthday Party Miss Eula Mouutz entertrioed in honor of her eighteenth birth day, Saturday evening, a number of young friends at her beautiful home near the city. All report a most enjoyable time. Third Anniversary Tomorrow, November 11th, is the third anniversary of the sign ing of the Armistice which, brought to close the world war. A rightful day for thanksgiving. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. O'Ketr and Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Duncan came ud from Winchester and cast their votes with us" Tuesday. STANTON. Mr. Wilson Chney is recover ing from a seyere illness. A. E. Faulkner, Slade, was here Monday on business. Mrs. M. F. Atkinson visited relatives at Lexington Friday and Saturday. Little Miss Martell Crawford is able to be out after a severe ill ness of scarlet fever. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Chaney, Covington, visited relatives here Monday and Tuesday. Mr. and MrsAlvin Faulkner visited Mr. and Mrs. Richard Morton at Rosslyn Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. James Oaks, Fil son, were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. John S. Oaks. Mrs. Nannie Johnson and son, Claude Johnson, Knowlton, were here Monday on busiuess. C. F. Spencer a rid his stenog rapher, Mrs. Cecil Daniel, Win chester, were here Monday. Mrs. J. S. Ewen has returned from Falmouth where she visited her daughter, Mrs. J. L. Oldham. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dennis and children, of Mt. Sterling, were week end guests of Mrs. Nannie Creacy. . Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Norris, Liv ingston, are here this week the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Chaney. Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Wills and Miss Margaret Dee Mansfield visited relatives at Mt. Sterling Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Hardwick were in Lexington Sunday the guests of tMr. and Mrs. E. G. Cowgill. Mrs. Mort Crowe, Fixer, Ky., and Mrs. Goodloe Spurlock, Lex ington, are visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Faulkner. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ewen, Misses Mary Douglas and Armin- Ewell were guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Dowen, of Kiddville, Sunday. School House Being Improved The interior walls of the city school building are being re painted this week, and the build ing and premises in general are being cleaned up, school is closed to admit this renovation. Due credit should be given the Moth er's Club fqr the part they are taking. Tomlinson Wins Geo. Tomlinson was elected Mayor of Winchester Tuesday in the new commission form of government over John E. Garner. We are always glad to 6ee old Clay City boys forge to the front. The entire Democratic city ticket won in Clay City Tues day as follows: Henry Waldron, E. C. Vollmer, J. I. Kingo.T. M. Mountz and C. L. Russell town trustees; J. J. Curry, Police Judge. C. C. Eaton is home for a brief stay with hit family, ne has been transferred from OilSprings, Johnson county, to Somerset, Ky, Personal Paragraphs. R. P. Rose, of Clark county, was here Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Colson Blackburn, of Frankfort, visited ' relatives here Tuesday. Edwin Rose and Hoke Smith went to Winchester Tuesday on business. Ray Burgher and family, of Winchester, visited relatives on Hardwick's creek Sunday. Thos. Edge, of Cresmont, was over the first of the week looking after his property interests here. Mr 8. Myrtle Burgher, of Ra venna, spent from Saturday until Tuesday morning with home folks. Misses Delia Birch and Bernice Crowe, of Cow Creek, were guests of Miss Mae Briscoe Friday and Saturday. "Uncle" Reuben Townsend, of Pilot, was down the last of the week to visit his sons near the city. Misses Carrie, Cora Will, and Robert Daniel, of Winchester, visited their aunt, Miss Kate Daniel Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Hon, of Winchester, visited the former's aunt, Mrs. Edwin Rose, and Mr. Rose Sunday. C. R. Mize, II. L. Russell and Shelby Martin motored to Dan ville Saturday, where they attend ed a foot ball game; Misses Fannie and Grace How. ard, of Harlan county, visited their aunt, Mrs. John Kimbrell, a few days last week. Joe Mountz, the Ford agent, left Monday evening for Cincin nati and returned Tuesday in a new Fori Coupe. Miss Delia C. Portwood spent Monday night and Tuesday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cole man Portwood. Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Easter and family, of Leeco, Ky., were week- end guests, of relatives and friends near the city. James G. Easter, of Fleming, dropped in on us Tuev?ay to vote. Mr. Easter had just returned from an extended visit to relatives in Cincinnati. Mr. and Mrs. Morgan McKin ney and Geo. W, Bush, of Win Chester, were here Tuesday and went on to Hardwick's Creek and spent the day. Ledford Hall, a brother of Cole man Hall, returned the last of the week to his home in Dardin county, after several days' visit to relatives in Powell county. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Uighley Jr. returned to their home Friday at Newport after a three weeks vis it to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Uizhley, at Vaughn's Mill. Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Hire, of Quicksand, and little Itary Vi vion Daniel, their grand daugh ter, of Jackson, spent from Cat urday till Tuesday morning with Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Mize.