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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t 1- rYt THE CLAY TTT TIMES1 1 t 50 Cents a Year in Advance We are here to help Clay Citwjhc Surrounding Country and Ourselves J E Burgher Publisher YOL9 CLAY CITY KY THURSDAY OCTOBER 27 1904 NO 43 AYLESWOBTH I T Oct 20 1004 Mr J E Burgher Dear Friend and BrotherIt has been some time since I have written you butwould write often though I get the TIMES and its like get ting a letter from home and more so as it comes so regularly We are still well pleased with our Western home My little boys have raised 10 bales of cotton that will average 50 per bale They also raised 800 bushels of corn and sold at 40 cents per bushel The oldest boy is 18 and the youngest 0 years old Find inclosed 1 00 please send the TIMES and CourierJournal for one year andoblige Your friend as ever x FRANK EDWARDS Country the Best Many a farmer who has retired and settled in some village town or city is winding up his days in homesickness and isola- tionf He finds the city a closed bonk so far as genial companion ship and pleasant living are con cerned and in most cases the re tired farmers are downright un happy in their new surrounding For good old hospitality com mend u6 to the country with its plain living on the salt of the earth Winchester Democrat New Railroad A press dispatch says according to reports received here a new railroad will soon be built through the mountains begin ning at either Paintsville or Pres tonsburg then to Salyersville Lee City Hazel Green and Frenchburg to Mt Sterling L 0 May of Chicago formerly of Magoflln county is at the head of the project and has organized company with 5000000 This road will open up a vast agricul tural milling and mining country Surveying will begin this week DanlclTipton Mr D It Daniel of this city and Miss Tctt Tipton were mar ried at the home of the brides father Mr J A Tipton near Stanton Thursday Oct 20 at 0 p m the Eld J A Webb of ficiating The happy pair return ed to the grooms home in this city soon after the ceremony where they will reside Kentucky looks to western Ken tucky to do her full duty and west ern Kentucky sends greeting to east r- 4 ECONOMY I leansBest goods at Lowest Prices This is the place you are looking for Shimfessele old stand Enjoying a larger share of public patronage than ever before I wish to call the attention of the general public to the fact that I have leceived my new Spring Goods and am now better prepared than ever to comply with the demands of my custom ers My stock is large and fresh embracing everything found in tho line of General Merchandise the Best Quality and Lowest Prices The Dress Goods Departmenti- s complete in every detail the finest to be found in Clay City In the Line of Fine Footwear my stock cannot be excelledFresh Clean and UptoDate A Nice Line of Ladies Hats of the Very Latest Parisian Styles Just received See them before purchasing elsewhere My prices are strictly RIGHT Goods promptly delivered to all parts of the City Phone 88 ICe Shimfessel Ii RELIANCE MFGeE e Winchester KyJ S tfeadquartersoraaioors Ceiling Building Paper Blinds Weatherboarding Felt Roofing Tarandas Pickets Flintold Roofiing iStairwayfl Shingles and Eto and Etc Store grouts Send us Your estimatesr 4 JPromf Shipments x g1 i ttX i v Sy k 1 1 j I t fa J J- I Ii t I S i Itv r dGYbr 7 1 Iern Kentucky to do likewise With all sections of Kentucky doing their full duty K n kwill lead the van of DemocraticVtates but let not ono Democrat abstain from vot ing for the democratic ticket us the Rooster Indicates it owensboro Messenger i An oxcliangeTrlays the most novel campaigtfon record is be ing conducted by Hopkins and Blakey cnndiqtwfor Congress- in the r They travel eat and sled together and speak for the J the platform- This is not thpflr t time a cam paign of this kihas been pros ecuted in this district When Congressman Marcus Lyle died in office Judgo ener was nom inated for theyvacancy by the Democrats and John Bosley by the Republicans and their can vass was similar t5 the one onw being conducted by Hopkins and Blakey N t4V The of tlitovn are be ing improvedy nO line being thorougly overhauled The line will run overdue now graded railroad crosBuigj1 instead of where the old wasArt OmWbu Fat J B Taylor a prominent merchant of ChriesjWgnjTex says I could not eat lYoC a weak stomach I Ipstrll strengthand ran down in wei fAll that ieonf reyeould do vas lonef= but dll hope of recovery van shed Hearing of some wonderful 6tires effected by use of Kodol vjpepeia Gure I concluded ttftr ft The first bot tle ben fitted mV and after taking four bottles I am fully restored to my usual 1weigbt and health Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat andcures Sold by All Rpse Special Low Round Trip Rates via rjJSQueencent Route Oct 12 CNov 15 ATLANTA oXSfJ SO 45 BIRMINGHAM Ala 9 CO CHATTANOOGA 0 15 JCKSONVILLE FLA uoo NEW OltLEANSJ LA 15 8f SAVANNAH GA 1375 Also round trip tickets on sale to points in Alabama Florida Georgia Kentuck Somerset and south Louisiana Mississippi North Caro lina South Carolina Tennessee and West Virginia at less than one fare for the round trip All tickets willbear a return limit of 21 days from date of issue For further information address E N Aiken Traveling Passenger Agent 89 E Main St Lexington Ky An Ordinance The City Counclr o the City of Clay City do ordain as follows Sec I TJiat the second Satur day in each October bo and is hereby cstabhslicdns a special day fur supplementary registra tion of voters Soc II This rdinance shall be in full force aud Deflect from and after its publication JII TERRY r J E13URODER Mayor h Clerkr c i lV a Log Lick Mrs Caroline Adams is on the sick list The little son of Everett Daw son continues quite ill Edgar the little son of J II Matherly is on the sick list W R Matherly bought one fat hog from J B Adams at 5 cents Rev T J Adams preached at Log Lick Saturday night and SundayJohn Vaughn of Irvine vis ited relatives at this place the past week Mr and Mrs Robt Eads vis ited relatives in Powellcounty last week Master Durward Matherly spent Saturday and Sunday at RuckervilleMr Mrs James Vaughn visited their son Willie near Winchester last week Mrs Lou Dawson spent a few days with her brother John W Elkin at Sams last week Mary the 15 months old daugh ter of Mr and Mrs Chas Puck ett died Tuesday Oct 18 Mr Luther Harris and family of Estill county visited relatives here a few days last week Died in Winchester October 10th a daughter of James Berry 1uan twelve Buf ttiMfa hiilygrnvoyardlitTiis place The bereaved family have our entire sympathy Silk Jacket Lost A black silk jacket with a touch ofwhite was lost by the undersigned Sunday afternoon while out driv ing Finder will please return and receive reward Mrs A P Steele Clay City Ky One of Many H A Tisdule of Summerton S C suffered for twenty years with the Piles Specialists were em ployed and many remedies used but relief and permanent goodwas found only in the use of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve This is only one of the many many cures that have been effected by this wonder ful remedy In buying Witch Ha zel Salve it is only necessary to see that you get the genuine DeWitts made by E C DeWitt Co in Chicago and a cure is certain De Witts Witch Hazel Salve cures all kinds of piles cuts burns eczema tetter ringworm skin diseases etc Sold by M Rose h Here is Your Chance 01 Shimfessel hips a large quan tity of Ladies Skirts Hats Dress Ginghams and other goods winch he is disposing of AT COST for OASH These goods are season able and will not last long at the price he is selling them When you visit the Worlds Fair stop at the Private Board ing House of Miss Mandy Carter 6411 Bartmer Avenue FriendsA Homo for Kentucky Parties coming should write III ad vance and they bo met at depot 6 minutes rIde or 15 minutes walk to depot 1 I f 6 Good For Children The pleasant to take and harmless One Minute Cough Cure gives in stant relief in all cases of Cough Croup and LaGrlppe because it does not pass immediately into the stomach but takes effect right nt the seat of the trouble It draws out the inflammation heals and soothes and cures permanently by enabling lungs to contribute pure lifegiving and lifesustaining oxygen to the blood Iud tissues Sold by M Rose Married Life is likely to be happier for those young folks who providing for the future open a Savings Ac o countIf will call at our office we shall be pleased to explain to you the workings of our RXijgpepartment REM M 13ER that wo pay 3 per cent interest compounded every six months on savings deposits Clay City National Sank Clay City Ky s Black Creek Lime Works R S NOEL ProprietorC- LAY CITY KY moUnslackend in any quantity Will sell to dealer or consumer at Lowest Prices Will deliver at Clay City or sell at the kilns 020 Lime 05 cents per barrel at the kilns or 75 cents delivered at Clay City 1IIOFESSIONAL CARDS- 1111MMIILN1laalNL111IILN4 111111IM Bertram Smith D D S Resident Dentist CLAY CITY KENTUCKY Office at the Aker Hotel where an eqperlenc ed Practloner may be found day and night prepared to execute all kinds of high grade work known to modern Dentistry Dr C B DICKSON DENTIST CLAY CITY ICY R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON CLAY CITY KY B LITTLEPAGEM D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY OITY KY B R SMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND 8UROEONJ CLAY CITY KY t J f 4 GOOD FLOUR Is the foundation of successful Bread Making Pastry Making Good Cooking The housewife who has been long ing for a Hour that combines all the good qualities should try MansVieSds Flour Contains all the nutrition of the wheat tastes good bakes light Buy BEST PATENT or MOUN LAIN LILY of your grocer and have better bread in your home EG Mansfield Son UOSSLVN KY SPOUT SPRING D McKinney of Right Angle was here Saturday Win Edge has moved to town occupying the Burgher property Thos Crow sold a bunch of corn to Hood Curtis at 2 00 per barrel straight Benny McKinney and family visited relatives in Clark county the first of the week Mr and Mrs Johnny Wright will soon begin housekeeping and will move lqithetGravett farm WE Heflin was quite sick the first of the week but is now much better under the treatment of Dr Littlepage Newspaper Influence The influence of newspaper ad vertising is wonderful It makes small stores great It turns the title of business toward the ad vertised store as nothing else will It places the name of the store so strongly in the minds of the people that they cannot think of dry goods clothing shoes or drugs without the name of that advertised store coming into minds simultaneously By a good persistent advertising cam paign any business house can push its way to the front The very best medium to use in your community is your local paper I as it goes to the people when their minds are easily impressed The Ad Writer An express package believed to have contained nearly 100 GOO sent from natinoal head quarters to the Kentucky Re publican State Campaign Committee for use in Kentucky is said to have been delivered It is known that an express charge of of 118 was paid Richard P Ernst chairman of the Repub lican committee was recently in the East WANTED Carpenters and la borers fur work on government con tract at lock no 11 Kentucky River Puy Iii cents per hour for gogtl laborer and 2Q to 25 cents per hour for carpenters Excel lent opportunity for good men to se cure good positions Apply in person to II B Tulbotl Co at timework near CollegeIiil1 Madi son County 41Owks v THE rIMES PUIILISIIUI KVGKY TIIUHSDAY h h J E Burgher Publisher Subscription Rates 50 Centner year in ad vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as sccoiulclnss mall mutter Thursday Oct 27 004 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned The TIMES and CourierJournal 100 II Cincinnati Enquirer 110 Louisville Commercial 75 Home and Farm 75 Mayan the Real Leader No man since Henry Clay fast cinated the country with his era tory and charmed them with his personality has approached Will lUll Jennings Bryan in the aflac turns of the masses of the people After all he is the real leader Thousands hang upon his words Wherever ho goes he is the idol of those who love a clean strong man with the courage of a lion and the adility to justify his claims to leadership its manli ness his fairness his equable temper his clean mind and in spired tongue appeals to them Isis influence today is greater than it has ever been It must bo gratifying to him as it is to his freesilver followers to timid those who knifed him in 1S9C and IflOO leaning upon his broad shoulders today It shows the character of the man in the resolute turctthQ forgiving heart that puts party abqpe six sonal revenge He does not lack the spirit to fight hack A braver character never rose in Amer ica public life But his party needs him And he has answer ed that call for help with all the energy of his indomitable will He has put private griefs aside and has enlisted in a war that means whatever fortune may at tend it the unification of a par ty he loves All honor to Mr Bryan He has shamed his deteractors He has proved his right to the title to the great Commoner What ever his future may be ho stands today the most attractive per suasive and domineut figure in National affairs There has never been a Campaign freer from personal slan der timid vituperation than this one Judge Parker set the ex ample by his urgent insistence that no word of reflection against the character of President Roo sevelt should bo printed in the oflicial textbook Of course the partisan nowspapers on both sides are predicting that the country will go to the devil in a handbasket unless their partic ular choice is elected but the candidates themselves are con ducting the Campaign on the highest possible plaine It is a great gain for sanity and decency i Four and eight years ago ev cry railroad bank and corpora tion in time state was predicting eternal disaster if Bryan were e lected and incidentally dropping heavy contributions into the Re publican Corruption Fund This year they are out of politics Whatever the reason mayiboat means more Democratic Votes and wliilq vfo got alonglyery well j 6 t I f Xy 1101nMail sentoDemocratic coun ty chairman in Indiana has been held up ftndln some cases rifled State Chairman OBrien says that tho guilty persons will be prosecuted ItSTATE Cm OF TOLKDO esLucAsFrank Jf Cheney makes oath that he isclor partner of the firm of F J Cheney Co doing bus mess in the City of Toledo County and State aforesaid andsaid iiirin will tlHum Of ONE HUN DRED DCJpARS for each and ev ely case oiputarrh that cannot be cured by thbvuse of Halls Catarrh Cure j FRANK J CHENEY Sworn tq before me and sub Bel bed in m presence this Gth day of Decemb r A DlSS rSEAL A W GLEASON L j NOTARY PUBLIC Hulls Colurrh Cure is taken in ternally andjtacts directly on the bloodandpinrcous surface of the syttem SetFtCor tesimonials free F J OHENKY Co Toledo 0 Sold by Druggists 75u Take Hall1 a Fatally Pills for constipation M t We Risk It Druggists Who Sell Dr Miles Nervine Agree If It Fails ToRefund Cost Of course we reimburse the druggist You know him and trust him Dr Allies Nervine is medlclno for your nerves It cures disease of the internal or gans by giving tone to the nerves which make these organs work It Is a xurciteorynot of anatomy but of treatment first drscovered by Dr Miles and E nee mail use of by many wideawake physicians who ap preciate Its value in treating the sick It you are sick we otter you a way to be made welDr Miles Nervine This medicine IE a scientific cure for nerve disorders such as Neuralgia Headache Loss of Memory Sleeplessness Spasms Backache St Vlttlb Dance Epilepsy or Fits Nervous Pros tration ete- Dytonlng up the nerves Dr Mlles Restorative Nervine will also cure those diseases of the Internal organs due to a disordered nervous system i Some of these are Indigestion Bil ious Headache Kidney Trouble Chronic Constipation Dropsy Catarrh Rheumatism etc My brother had nervous prostration and was not expected to I ailed upon him to try Dr Miles nestoratlvo Nervine nnd now he has fully recovered You remember I wrote you how it saved my life a few years ago when I had nervous trouble I preach Its merits to overyoneREV MYERS Corrcetlonvllle Iowa FREE Write usand we will mall YOU a Free Trial Package of Dr Mlles AntiPain Pills the New Scientific Remedy for Pain Also Symp tom for our Specialist to dlagnoso your case and tell you what Is wrong and how to ft Absolutely Free Address DR MItala MEDICAl CO LA1JOIIATOIUE3 ELKI1AKT IND MACHINE SHOP fiLL KINDS OF NlachineryRepairedWe Steam Fittings Belting Hose and Electrical Supplies WE ALSO BUILD Gasoline Bn incs In a 51 8t and 12horee power The best known powerforfarmers and others printedlsdrivenby I LT OH S HAGANI- YYRtlT4O 9V- J t f j TI 1- S i F w Fall Millinery in Profusion at i MRS WILLIAMS Clay City K- yoeeeeeoa Latest Styles Bes Quality Lowest Prices th 1 fj tt1oAJ rrrT t ++ t ++i4++++ + 3tv+ 1 f I f Littlepage Son I DRUGGISTS + o Clay CityKy i+ tPatent Medicines Paints Oil Sundries Stationery and Etc j t Prescriptions carefully compounded tft 1 +4+ ot + + H H + xr HO HH H+ ONLYiOO t Daily and Sunday DEMOCRATw4 FOP Three MonthstI FliJp r 1- ilhiswIH cover time Presidetmtial Campaign whioh promiecsato t f- be one of the most exciting in history Subscribe NOW and get till thornstie 7i J i1 J w iP WALTON L xingtonIZ LJoII yVt IIitiI f N 0 w f = 4 r1 r I t- I r t w THE TIMES AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER THURSDAY OCTOBER 27 1904 IOCAIJBREVITIES c Mrs J W Williams was in Louisville last week buying her fall millinery and dry goods Bud Asberry of Jackson vis ited his sister Mrs Burrel Ak ers a few days the past week i 11 R Lyle tho popular and I accommodating Circuit Clerk was observed on the streets Mon clayHenry Waldron who has been down with fever for some weeks f we are pleased to note is much better v Frank Daniel has moved Iron Ridge Wood to this city He occupies thepa s nageon seventh avenue Judge W T Webb and D R Mounts are attending the annual meeting of K P Lodge at Franklin Simpson county 1Morgan Gravett of Vaughns Mill has been confined to his room for some weeks with fever but is now much better Mrs S M Carrier who has been here on an extended visit to relatives in the county re turned to her home at Pineville Saturday Prof Geo D Hancock took a rest last week and visited home F folks in Oldham county He is back in the school room and looks much better An oil refiner isone of the nu merous developments for Lexing The concern will be of im 1uwnse importance to Lexington both in a commercial and industrial I way Now that the time of the year I has come when people need cheap coal the miners are talking of I strikes andmtt Beattyville a number of miners are out for J higher wages The architects plans for tho new State Capitol have been com pleted and tho Oapitol Commis sion will meet November 10 to receive them and call for porpo sals I G Jackson of IlarrodsburgT was here a few days the first of the week He is a floe printer and has been engaged to take charge of the mechanical depart meat of the TIMES and will as sumac his duties the 1st of No vember Henry Watson of Mt Ster ling and manager of the local telephone exchange is a candi date for the Democratic nomina tion for County Attorney of Montgomery county Mr Wat son is an old Estill county boy u und we hope to see him honored with the nomination Owing to tho prevailing hard ttmosland to enable the people to A 7 have their Dental work done before the bad weather sots in I will make ii special reduced price for all den ml work done within 30 days v Dim BERTRAM SMITH Resident Dentist v Cluy City Ky v I Sewing muishhie needles at W 1p Webbs All makes and sizes h keLarge Inheritance Ogl children of Jqhii ty I 7 J Franch an old citizen of Towel who died several years ago are supposed to inherit a large fortune by the death of a relativ in Illinois Among the benefit aries are Mrs Susan Ringo of thislt and Mrs Lewis Lyle of Vaughns Mill Wejjote with pleasure the norni notion for assessor by tho Democrat of Powell county of James Wool erya former cItizen of Estitlcoun ty The honer could not have beet bestowed upon a more deserving young manEstill County Her aidTO CURE A COLD iONE DAY Take LAXATIVE BROMO QUI NINE Tablets All druggists re fund the money if it fails to cure E W Groves signature is on each box 25c Married at the residence of the brides father October 20th at 780 pm Mr Thornton Bake and Miss Maggie Mastin Rev R A Irvin officiating True to the Minute is the way your watch should heed time If it doesnt it needs fix ing You should take it to W T Webb at once and have him repair it for you A guarantee of one yea goes with all work Married at the residence oi Mrs Esther Stewart on Oct 10 2 p in Mr Herbert Eaton and Miss Bettie Stewart and at the same time and place Mr Cartel Reynolds and Miss Sarah A Rose all of this county Rev nA Irvin officiated A GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES Itching Blind Bleeding or Protruding Piles Druggists refund money if PAZO OINTMENT fails to cure any case no matter of how long standing in G to 14 days First application gives ease nnd rest 50c If your druggist hast it send 50c in stumps and it will bo forwarded postpaid by Paris Medicine Co St Louis Mo Winchester Court The run of cattle on the market was light but tho trading was unexpectedly brisk when the try weather is consideredand the pens were cleared before tight A pair of good steers brought Ic which was the best price of the day Others brought from F850 to WS5 Heifers brought from 250 to 275 A small lot of 150 Ib hogs brought 450 per hundred There was no demand whatever for mule colts though a number were on the market chiefly of the very common kind Among lie sales were tho foIlowingI Ed Epperson sold 5 steers 700 lbs at aOO Taylor Kavanaugh sold a heifer GOO lbs at 2 75 per cwt Conner Horton bougot two ood steers 1880 Ibs at 4c Henry Thomson sold 8 steers TOO Ibs at 8 75 Conner eC Horton sold 8 steers TOO lbs at 8c- A Stofer bought 8 steers 050 Ius at 8 50 W Goode sold 7 steers 1850 lhs at 885 Henry Thomson sold 8 steers 550 lbs at 80 Judge G B Nelson sold to IViel 28 sters 1000 lbs at 1805 Winchester Democrat Agents Wanted Mon and women of good cearac tel and reasonable education to re Iain at home and perform light work Good salary and prompt iayi Address J A Webb t 1OlyOity Ky t 1 r 1 tj H I JJ I I PHI Pleasures If ou evertoliDeWitts Littl Early Riersf r biliousness or constipation you know what pill pleas ure is These famous little pill cleanse the liver and rid the system T f all bile without producing un pleasant effected They do not gripe sicken or weaken but pleasant give tone and strength to the tis sues and organs of the stomach liver and bbwels Sold by M Rose For Sale A two story business house on 7thave 4 lots Well Improved suit able for business or dwelling For further information apply to Jame Bloom I CHURCH DIRECTORY Baptist Church Salem first Satur day morning and Sunday following El der J T Turpin Powells Valley second Saturday and Sunday Elder Turpin pastorjjBowcn fourth Saturday T Turpinu v UU X JIt IA A W pastor Christian Church Services at Clay City fourth Sunday Elder L J Roy nolds pastor j lIar wlckll creek third Sunday Methodist ChurchRev J 0 Craw ford pastor j first Sunday preaching at Clay City morning and evening and second and fourth Sunday nights i second at Hardwicks creek in the lrecedlngThirdand evening i fourth Sunday preaching it Jacksons Chapel in the 011 Saturday before j Sunday school at all the churches Presbyterian Church Seviccs atClay the Sunday at Stanton the fourth Preaching nt each place both morning and evening Rev A Irvin pastor ON THE INCREASE Worlds Fair Travel Getting Heavier While the volume of travel to St Louis on account of the Worlds Fair ms not qulto comb up to tho expectations of the Worlds Fair management or the railroads t has been ns largos was expected r 11 things considered The banner mom ths so far as attend mice is concerned will bo September 3ctober and No ember and during thesethree mont IS tho admission will indoubtedly equal if not surpass tho entire number re gistere4 up to August list inclusive It is certainly a big grand show and mo that no person with the mucous hould miss It is tho opportunity of a fife time in all educational way and ne that will bo taken advantage of by the great mrjorlty of time people of America bcforo its close It is an attraction that all Americans are proud of and justly so On account of its unexcelled train service both as regards equipment and accommodations tlib Louisville lien lerson R St Louis Railway bettor I known as the Henderson Route has arried the majority of KentucKians to St Louis and have beyond a doubt een more instrumental in contribut- Ing to the success of the Fair than any other railroad in tliisjtorrltory Tho Henderson Route Is justly entitled to all the praise that is being showered on them as their train serv Ice is unquestionably the finest oper ted in or out of Kentucky and their ichedulo of trains is more nearly main lined than on the majority of roads For comfort in travel and for the Jest accommodations safest train schedules theres but ono thing to nt ill times kook in mindget the Hen lorson Route habitand request this outing In purchasing your tickets M BARLEY J lMerchant an i Custom MILL R1- CLAY c CITY KY 7 Custom work six daft in the week Fresh Ground Bolted bleat always on hanl x Grinds for one eixth tole i MtMhI tCIIykGNIIf- urCvghi Cr i i 1- tM r S +4+H+ +H +Xi5oH+toot++ot4oHH + +H + WITH tfINSURE SON + Tite Lending Insurance A gent mm of Eawtorii 1outUcy 1 4 4 f Over 200000000 I t Represented I M it Every one who knows anything about insurance know ithey are leaders in this linet++g3 P + KK 4 +MK d bec3r + ++++++++++ r + rrA38d ++++ StartlingactsI A1 E BARNETT Sc SON Set the Pace and Hold the Lead With our Mammoth Store filled from bottom to topwith Nice New Clean Standard Goods bought in the best mar kets of the East We can supply you with any thing you need at prices so low as to make you wonder how we got the- mEverything from l Daper of Pins to a Wed ding Trousseau from a Cake of Soap to a CarLoad of Bacon Bring on your produce and receive the best prices the mar ket affords Nice obliging clerks are at your service We hold the field in Tanbark and Ties and ore Swapping your Uncle Sams Genuine coin for same allowing top market values in exchange Try us and be convinced that it is to your best interest to giver us your trade Remember our Headquarters CLAY CITY KENTUCKY IJ R WEBB Tonsorial Artist CLAY CITY KY A Nice Clean Shave Fashionable Hair Cuts Shampooing and all kinds of Hair Tonics You will all ways find keen razors and clean towels wLaundry Agency in Connection 23Dontfai to give him a call f The Whitest White Cake The Lightes Light Rolls 1 And Flakiest Biscuit Are Miwlo VII on You Uso PearliTake no Other Every Sac Guaranteed I MANUFACTURED BY J A GAIN VERSAILLES KY i Sold by our Leading Merchants v 1 7f24 1jI fr- r t a THE NEW IDEA WOMANS MAG AZINE For November From nn article on Evening Dresses in the Nw IDEA WOMANS IAGIZINK for November it appears that dinner and reception gowns es pecially are to bo very elaborate this season following the general trend of fashion A number of pretty cuts also show the latest de siuns iu the ubisquitous stock Perdita continues her littlo solu tions in household economics this mouth setting forth her Idea of how the best eon be got out a 81500 in come when living in a New York a partment house und several col umns nro devoted to definite direc tions for preparing each item of the Thanksgiving dinner from the turkey stufllng to the pumpkin pie There are two short stories of Cu pids cases ono centered inn New artists studio and the other in u shrewd good little country widows parlor Some views illustrating A Bit of Holland in the Tropics show a very attractive side Curacao in the Dutch West Indies and n re view that brings buck tender mem ories is that of Jennette Youngo on Yonr Childhoods Garden Ar ticles on Child Development Busi ness Life Flower Culture Social Settlements etc etc make up a- very raadeble number Pien Ridge W V Niblack was at Win chester Saturday on business Farmers have begun gathering their corn in this neighborhood 0 0 Curtis and wife of Vir- den visited W G Curtis Sun dayGeorge Gravetfc and wife of Log Lick visited in our midst Sunday J V fJ i TAKES WI IlF CA a DUm 1 AT tieME Arc you a sufferer K Has your doctor been tr5UcJ cewful Wouldnt you prefer to treat yourselfAT HOME NearlyIWOOOO women havo bought of Cardiii from their tlrujjgUta and have cured at home of such troubles as periodical bearing down cud ovarian rains rbcca barrenness nervousness diszinets nausea und eiJondJcaused by female weakness llicco are not car caeca Wine of tirdui cores when the doctor caVt Wino cf Cardnt docs not irri Thcretsnopainiat tonic of healing herbs few from strong and drastic dro s It is successful because it cures in a natural riM of Cardut can bo bought rom your druggist at 810J a t botilo and can begin tHs treatment tlxiaylVil1 you try it ID cn C8 ronnlrlnBiTcclal directions addrO8 glrns drisorr Rapt Taelhattuaooga MCillclno Co Chattanooga Torn 60 YEARS XPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS dtC Anyone lending s ketch ancfde tlanmay qnlcklr aacortoln oar opinion free whether an tlon trlctlrconlldentr1HANDBOOKCommunlra on Iluntll ecurlnlutentlntentollu wltboaecnnrre In tbe Scientific fltncricatt A nsndaomolr lllnatratod weedy iJireest airealatlou otanr clenuflo Journal Term i3 m sort four month jL Bold brail nowtdealers MUN Btllllob Cod F St aNewYork r- I J Sa t 1 JL r Genet Farmers have begun gathering corn here Bill Crpv of Bowen was here Sunday visiting friends Jim Reed of this place visit ed in Estill county Sunday Win Adams of Xena is mak ing sorghum hero this week Jess the little son Green Ad sins is very ill at this writing J A Crabtree and wife were guests of Win Crabtree and wife Sunday Our school hero at Chop Chest nut is getting along nicely under the management of Rov Joe Adams Jim Howell sold to Wm Hat ton of Xena a tract of land noar the High Hocks for 125 00 and the latter will move to his now home in a few days Dock Spencer Wm Morton Ben Smith und F G Powell Jr left here Monday for Weed Bow ens where they have a largo con tract of cutting corn Red Toptf Sage Mr Jamse Coulee and family spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr Abb Benningileld and wife John McDonald of Hagau Va is visiting his relatives at this place Mrs Jalia McDonald and Mrs J H Ingle Mr and Mrs Silas Hammond of near Stanton spent Saturday and Sunday with their daughter Mrs LG Wills Mr Lewis Downard and sister Miss Fanjiie returned ionicI J Tuesdayfrom their visit tyitlr relatives at Falmouth Judge Wills returned home Tuesday from his visit to the Worlds Fair and relatives in Missouri and Indiana Mr Byron Braton of Fal- mouth visited friends at this place a few days the past week ruedenjoyed a fine chestnut hunt The New Dominion OilICGas Co drilled eight hundred feet without success on Joe Willough bys farm and are now leaving these parts Floyd Wills and two sisters Eva Leo and Ethyl attended church at Stanton Sunday where Bro Irvine delivered an inter sting discourse They took din ner with plisses Ella and Oarrio Ewen and enjoyed the afternoon most pleasantly West Bend Mrs T II Conry is on the sick list this week Rev T H Conry filled his ap pointment at Fincastlo Saturday and Sunday Mrs G W Shepherd is Yisit ingher parents Mr and Mrs James Ilenslev Charley Young left Saturday fqr Mays Lick to visit his sister Mrs Lula Watson Protracted meeting will begin at this place tho fourth Monday night in this month lames Morehead of Missouri is visiting his parents Mr and Mrs D C Morehead Miss Allio Berry returned Sat urday from a pleatant vitifc to relitives in bourbon county lIrnndMrl William Kassic of Stoops visited 111rnuil Mrs r t t r j it rtry ji e J ac+ r it Y IhJ 1 v r h atbrdayiilitlSund1y Rot MMJRbundlree left lust week for oburg where he has been called as pastor for this year IE R Hinoiias resigned his position asclerk fpr W G EvI erman l SpiMtb take effect at oncer Miss BolloGppsey has return ed to her hbmjpjit Clay City after a to her grand mother Mrs Xpuliig Jas RobertalOhl1 1ie Swope L N Berry E R Hinds and Thos Roundtree attended court at Mt SterlirigMonday Jeffersonvillet ft Jas S Willcnighby has been quite sick ofrtate hilt is improv ing Candidates ao ripe find some are falling offiWPriiriary Nov 11 ID04lfirRev John preach at Wares Clfapehnext Sunday at 11 oclock 74 Mrs R B Hammonds is visit ing her fatber J M Myers at G B MartiiisS G B Marfiffihas gone to the mountains onw business trip to bo away sever idays Mrs R B Hammonds of Ash land is visrtifigrelaties and friends on Spruce OreekITho wife of DavitlItstleydied c ono day last week find woe burit f ed at the Myers grave yard G B Martin sld 8 weanling calves at 7 each and 3 yearlings to Mr Hopkin a12 per head hc WjUougJJ YJtown school is progressing nicely under the I instruction of Pr fJ M Myers A movement ison foot to erect n now choral bin dlngon Spruce Creek to bo calledSpruco Union Mr Hackney iwery low with typhoid fever btifeisi thought to be somewhat betrat this writ iilg Miss Eva Willoughby is teaching the fall ternfiattSalelJ on Slate Creek and Jhs been em ployed to teach ithe school at Pine Hidgcte An Ordinance Tile City Council of thc Cltp of Clay City do ordain afr fOIlOWSI Sec I That the Mayor and mem bers of thecouncil are hereby ern powered and Instructed to dispose of the Iftt now occupied by the city erectingCltrRollIrthereon a Standard Roller Flour Mill and thejMayor and ench member of the council arc her authorized to sign aftlftcknowledge- tho deed of ce Sec II This oldihanco shall be in full force anti effect from and bylawJ II TKRIIY JilEBunairEn Mayor t Clerk r pslaCureDigests g J 2 fliero were uotteachers enough in Montgomery county this year to supply each district with a teacher some schools having to holdover until others arc out A form of 170 acres in Shelby county sold last week for 150 per acre Quite high for purely agricultural purposes but still Kentucky soil is lear and tho land in this section can be had at better bargains than in any part of the grand old State tDvnvf THE Winchestei Bank INCORPORATED N HWiTiiEitsrooN Pres Capital Stock 200000 Surplus 20030 We solicit the accounts of indi vid aals firms and corporations 848 iH F Hilleivmeyer Sons Blue Grass Nurseries LEXINGTON KY Offer for the Fun Oi a full stock of Fruit and Ornamental Trees Grape Vines Asparagus Small Fruits Shrubs and every thing for Orchard Luwn and Garden Descriptive Catalogue on application t Bdtlaeta FQRAIt BookKeepJngBuslnBSS PU NOGRAPUY TypeWriting Telegraph aom WILBUR B SMITH LExnJ TON KY 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