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Digital page images are linked to the text file. y t la lC 11 0i 4 r M E I f ClAY i rti yi TIMES1 t ftt 50 Cents nyenr in Advnncfe We are here to help Clay City the Sarionnniing Country and Ourselves J E Burgher Publisher J 11 VOL 9 CLAY CITY KY THURSDAY NOVEMBER 10 1994 NO A5 r Thousands Cured EijsWitts Witch Hazel Salve has cured thousands ot cases of Piler I bought box of DoWitts Witch Hazel Salve on the recommenda tion of our druggist so writes CIT LaCroix of Zavalla I Tex and t used it for a stubborn caso of Files It cured me permanently Sold by M Rose A LIVELY SCRAP Mollie Burgher and Bet Gnrrett colored employes at the Clay City Hotel became involved In a heated politicalargument Tuesday Mollie taking the Democratic side of the question and Bet the Republican and which resulted in a desperate encounter with butcher knives The Burgher woman received a pretty severe cut on the forearm and a slight wound on the back of the head The Garrett woman was cut on the finger but she says she did it herself accidentally Here is Your Chance 0 Shimfessel has a largo quan tity of Ladies Skirts Hats Dress Ginghams and other goods wInch he is disposing of AT COST for GASH These goods are seasonable and will not last long at the price he is selling them Additional Local JW Tipton and Nelson Ab ney of Grand View Tenn came home to vote Mrs Heflin of Carter county is visiting her son W E Heflin near town Noah Rose of Jackson came home Tuesday and stamped her under the rooster In another column a typograph ical error made us say that Mr M B Eubank had sold his farm for 1100 It should have read 2100 Dont forget the Sundayschool convention at the M E church next Tuesday and the lecture Tuesday night Come and bring your friends Arrangements have been made to have extra good music Mr Sandy of Winches ter quite a good singerwill as sist the choir Must Make Improvements The city council of Mt Sterling was last week notified that unless adequate protection was made against fire the Kentucky and Tennessee Board of Under writers will increase the rate 80 per cent on dwelling houses As a result horses will be purchased for the apparatus and the im provements made at once ECONOMYf Means Best goods at Lowest Prices This is the place you are looking for Shimfessels 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 received 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 the line of General Merchandise the Best Quality and Lowest Prices The Dress Goods Department is complete in every detail the finest to be found in Clay City In the Line of Fine Footwear ouk cannot be excelled Fresh Clean and UptoDate A Nice Line of Ladies Hatso- fthe Very Latest Parisian Styles just received See the before purchasing elsewhere My prices are strictly RIGHT Goods promptly delivered to all parts of the City Phone 38 selKentucky RBbIAN B MFG Go I Winchester Ky forSashdoors CeilingBuilding Paper Blinds Weatherboarding Felt Roofing Varandas Piokets Flintold Rxiofiing Stairways Shingles and Etc and Etc 1 Store Fronts Sendus Your estimatesYPrompt Shipments I i- I i LANDSLIDE Into Republican Ranks Roosevelt Elected by Big Malqty r ii If Hopkins Elected to Congress from This District Powell G4tuntyDem- ocratic as lIsualIj 1 jJthrolJghout fc11JfioiRepublicans jorities having Neon rolled up in many of the States fi If Maryland has gone Republi can as indicated by the unofficial results the vote in tlo electoral college will stand Roosevelt 825 and Parker 151 I New York has given a prurali ty for Roosevelt of abut 185000 The slump in the Democratic vote was unprecedented Parkers majority in Greater New York being about 85000k Indiana has gone Republican by n majority variou estimated at from 85000 to 00 Illinois has rolled majority of 100000 or mo J the Re publican electoral let and Chicago has given nl dbreak ing majority to fbe iji mnp- slaimingThe Republicans Ohio by 200000 an majority it is safe to sa 1not be less than 150000 Time latest return rem Wcst Virginia indicate Republican plurality of 80000 t 40000 but the Democratic Stare ticket has probably been elected All the socalled doubtful States seem to have landed in the Republican columnThe solid South is for Parker by about the usual majorities The indications are that Roose velt will have 807 votes in the electoral college against 151 for Parker with 18 doubtful John A Johnson the Demo cratic nominee for Governor of Minnesota is probably elected by a small majority over Robert 0 Dunn Republican Roosevelts majority in Minnesota is about 100000W Douglass Democrat was elected Governor of Massa chusetts by a majority in the neighborhood of 20000 Roose velt carried the Stat by a major ity of 80000 Indications are that Alva Ad ams Democrat has been elected Governor of Colorado by about 8000 The State will go for Roosevelt by about the same figure T A HdpkinSiJs reelected to Congress from this district by fully 2500 majority over Blakey Powell county dfd her duty by rollingup a De n IItC majority of 01 Clay City is Democratic by 40 tAfA white gir1i entered a St Louis theater escortecibyaFilpi no was hissed 6ut th and the entrahceffe refunded at the box office i tf- M r t v tt Sifk e I 4 i PROf HAN O KiESION5I The Prlnclpnlshlp of the City School Prof Campbell Likely tdbe Chosen i I to Vacancy I Prof George D Hancock has tender 1jlis resignation as prin cipal of time Clay City Garded School the same to take effect at the end of the present school month which will be Friday The cause of Prof Hancocks action is the very poor health he is now laboring under He says he has not been and is not now able to do his dutyin the school room and while his relations with Board with his co teachers arm the pupils have been only of a pleasant nature he is una ble to continue the work It is with regrets that the Board ac cepts his resignation realizing at th same time that his services wilPbe hard to equal Prof Hancock has done a good work in the Clay City school and everyone regrets that his health has given away so that he can no longer remain with us in that capacityProf W Campbell will like ly be selected to take the princi palship as his place in the inter mediate grade can bo more eaisly supplied and Prof Campbell ie well qualified to be at the head of the school COUNCIL PROCEEMNQS The city council met at the council chamber November 2nd and save the allowance of the regular bills transacted but little business Adjourned to meet last Saturday night The council met Saturday November 5th as per adjournment with Mayor Terry and all the councilmen present The approach to the now bridge on both sides was first taken up Time approach on this side was fixed at 48 feet of trestle with 0 per cent grade and a fill the ap proach on the opposite side was fixed at 82 feet of trestle and a fill with 0 per cent grade It was ordered to cull for bids to furnish timber for the trestles provided for above and bids for the construction of the same Moved to gall for bids to move the city jail The clerk was instructed to is sue saloon license to Matt Conlee to conduct a saloon in the Webb property at the rate of 1000 per yearReport of the Clay City Graded School was read and accepted Prof Geo D Hancock tender ed his resignation as principal of the Clay City Graded School and tno same was reluctatly ac cepted to take effect at the end of the third school month The council adjourned to meet again Saturday night November 12th to attend to further busi ness matters DILLS ALLOWED MOVBMliKIl 2 SwannDay Lumber Co rent and lights 80 00 A P Johnson work on Clay City hill 5 20 James McRoberts jani tors fees 5 00 A P Johnson marshals salary 40 00 A P Johnson sundries 2 80 11 Bailey siiarpeniag tools 75 Clay City Times L 100- i i w Married Life s is likely to be happier for those young folks who providing for the future open a Savings Ace count If you will call nt our office we shall be pleased to explain to you the workings of our o Savings Department REMEMBER that we pay 3 per cent interest compounded every six months on savings deposits Clay City National Sank Clay City Kyi eeeaeeeeeeiA To lift that load oil of the stomach take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure It digests what you eat sour stomach belching gas on stomach and all disorders of the stomach that are witauHTtfte istartcry rsijftvpj jmt permantly cured by the use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure S P Stoors n druggist nt 297 Main street New Britian Conn Rays Kodol Dyspepsia Cure has given such universal satisfaction and is so surely becoming the positive relief and subsequent cure for this dill tressing ailment I feel I am always sure to satisfy and gratify my cus tomers by offering it to them I write this to show how well the remedy is spoken of here Kodol Dyspepsia Cure was discovered after years of scientific experiments and will positively cure all stomach troubles Sold by M Rose rilOKESSIONAL CARD- SNININN111NILIINNINNLNLMINNNIN Bertram Smith D D S Resident Dentist CLAY CITY KENTUCKY Offl lit th e Aker Hotel where an eq rlenc be found day and night- workrknowntomodernlDentistryhigh KIC Dr C B DICKSON DENTISTC- LAY CITY KY R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY j B LITTLEPAQE M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON YOIT KY J I B R SMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON ClTVKY t t y GOOD FLOUR Is the foundation of successful Bread Making Pastry Making Good Cooking longing good qualities should try Mansfields Flour Contains all the nutrition of the wheat tastes good bakes light Buy BEST PATENT or MOUNI TAIN LILY of your have better bread in your home RC Mansfield Son ROSBLVN KY SPOUT SPRING R S Christopher whose illness was noted in a recent issue con tinues to not improve Mr and Mrs Ernest Elkin vis ited the latters brother Benny McKinney Tuesday night Eld G W McIntosh has sold to S S Witt several head of yearling steers at 2250 per head Mosie McKinnov has come home from Mt Sterling where he has been employed this sum mer to vote Miss Callie Wills has been employed to teach the school at this place and has begun with an average attendance Mr and Mrs George W Lewis of Mt Sterling visited the lat ters father James F McKinney WednesdayMiss McKinney while using a sewing needle accident ally stuck it into her hand half the length of the needle and was broken off leaving it in her hand causing her much pain and uneas iness Married at the residence of the brides father D McKinney in Clark county Miss Clevie Mc Kinney and Mr Ernest Elkin Miss McKinneys family formerly lived near this place where she has many friends who extend congratulationsM has sold his farm to Riley Ramsey of Pilot View for 1100 Mr Monroe of Clark county will move to the farm January 1st and engage in the sheep business Mr Eubank will move to his farm in Clark We regret the loss of such good neigh bore as Mr Eubank Lock Completed Lock No 10 on Kentucky river at Ford hits been completedand opened to steamboat traveland work on Lock No 11 at the mouth of Flint Estill county is being pushed rapidly to completion New nMatt Coulee of Irvine will open a saloon in the Webb prop erty purchased by him of Mrs Williams very recently This will make two saloons for Clay City at 1000 per year license If you know a news item tell itin i THE CLAY CITY TIMES rUIILISHEI EVERY THURSDAY J E IJuiuniKii Editor and Owner I G JACKSON Local Editor Subscription Rates SO Cents per year in air vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass mail mutter Thursday Nov 10 1904 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our subscribers we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned The TIMES and CourierJournal 100 tt Cincinnati Enquirer 1JO C Louisville Commercial 75 C Home and Farm 75 To the Democrats of Kentucky Under rules 37 28 and 29 adopt ed by the Democratic State Con vention held in the city of Louis ville on Juno 8 1004 it is made the duty of all Democrats in all the counties to assemble at their respective voting precincts on the third Monday in November 1004 at the hour of 1 oclock and pro ceed then and there to the election of a precinct committeeman- On the fourth Monday in No vember the precinct committee men thus elected are required to meet at the county seats in counties having only one legislative district and organize by electing a chairman and a secretary but in counties having more than one legislative district the precinct committeemen are required to meet at some convenient place designated by tho chairman now in office who will preside until another chairman shall be elected Chairmen and secretaries of county legislative and city committees tray or may not be members thereof When said committees are thus organized the chairman of each willsend a list of his committee indicating the precincts each one represents to the secretary of the Democratic State Central and Executive Committee at Frank fort He will also report if any precincts fail to hold an election at the time required and if so indicate such precincts It is of the utmost importance that these details of the party organization be attended to It is necessary to the partys success and harmony that the Democrats in each precinct shoud select their own committeemen and that they should see to it that an earnest and zcalou Democrat who will give his time and atten tion to the work is named in each instance LEWSS McQuowM Chair PERCY HALY Secretary WANTEDCarpenters and laborers for work on government con tract at lock no 11 Kentucky River Pay 15 cents per hour for good laborers and 20 to 25 cents per hour for carpenters Excel lent opportunity for good men to se cure good positions Apply in person to II E Talbott tC Co at the work near College Hill Madi son County 41Cwks NOTICE Work has begun on the new steel bridge crossing Red river in this city at Waltersville and all persons who subscribed to the bridge fund will please call around and pay the amount over to the city council and get a re ceipt for the same J E BtmaiiER dityClerk OBITUARY Mrs Lou Ilaney Locknane wife of Wesley Locknane died Sept 20 1004 was born Sept 0 1820 aged 75 years and 12 days She was married to Wesley Locknane July 0 1846 To them were born twelve childrenall married and had families Two boys and four girls have gone on before ready to greet their mother Two boys and four girlSGeorge and Dock Locknane Mrs George Wells oi this place Mrs L B and Mrs William Burgher of Winchester and Mrs Marion McKinney oi Lexingtonare living Deceas ed has 37 grandchildren and 20 great grandchildren living She united with the Methodist church about 50 years ago She had lived a consistent member for a number of years The remains were laid to rest in the Hoskins graveyerd Mrs Lockgauo is supposed to be the last of her fatherss family Her sister Mrs John Burgher passed away a few years ago I know it was a hap py meeting when she met her mother father brothers sisters ugedhusbaudand grandchildren to mourn their loss but they rejoice in the hope of meeting her beyord the sky Where sweet Joy comforts and gladness never can cense nor end But where reigns eternal Jesus our friend A FUIEND f u erring Will Help Your Dise but Will W n Your yes Folks It 1s better 4o bear pain han- Oldtashl tare wrong ctors used to say It was better so they had nothing with whIc- hheartparal a pals but dangerous But now a safe remedy has been found flies AntiPain PIUs It Is wrong t er for nothing can be nervesA Is When In pain take oh AntiPain PILL This will soothe your quivering nerves Dr Miles A UPaln Pills relieve pain by restoring the natural secretions in which they Utter from opium and sim- Ilar narcotic drugs which relieve pain by checking the action of the glands They are sure and harmless and are the latest medical treatment for tho cure of Headache Neuralgia Backache Rheumatism Dizziness Toothache Stomachache Menstrual Monthly Pains Also nerve irritations like Sea sickness CarSickness Sleeplessness Indigestion etc Pleasant to take quick In results AntlPalnPillshave received the best results I hear properties RAY A WATflOS D D Iowa City IaSold by druggists at 250 Money back If first box does not help Never sold In bulk FREEWrite to us for Free Trial of Dr Mlles Anti RemedyforSpecialist will diagnose your case ten ItFreeLABORATORIES ELKUART IND GAME LAWS FirstIt is a fine of not less than 5 nor more than 25 to kill or have in possession after being killed any patridge or quail except between November pith and December 81st or any rab bit or squirrel between Septem ber 15th and November 15th SecondIt isn fine of from 30 to 25 to buy sell transport or to have in possession to sell or transport any quail or partidge Each bird is seperatd offense and the fine is from 25 to 50 for each offense after the first Third The Game Warden has the power to arrest on first sight and without warrant anyone found violatingltheso laws and may confiscate and destroy any guns dog or game found in pos session of such person i Fall Millinery in Profusion at MRS WILLIAflS Clay City Ky Latest Styles Best Quality Lowest Prices l I r st+ +tot i+++++++ st If Littlepage Son I DRUGGISTS 3 i i Clay City Ky 4 iPatent Medicines Paints Oil Sundries Stationery and Etc tPrescriptionsF carefullycompoundedi H 4 + H4HH H++ + ++ HH+ + of + ottot ++ + t + + MACHINE SHOP fiLL KINDS OF Machinery Repaired- We Keeper Stock Steam Fittings pelting Hose and Electrical Supplies WE ALSO BUILD Gasoline Engines In 5 5 8 and 12 horse power The best known power for farmers and others printedlaLT CHAS HAGAN WINCHESTER KY w I hltlatelo FOR A I 8ltuatloa BMMeeifigBiislness a PHONOGRAPHY ising I eati WILBUR BSMITHL- EXINCTON KY Tor circular of hU famous and reiDonittit- JOMHERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY UNIVERSITY Awarded Sedal at World1 Exposition VM tion inpaBioosntlkoka aedTe1egrapbyBpecWOwsThe a deandNaTuatUou onlyWILBUR Black Creek Lime Works I R S NOEL Proprietor CLAY CITY KY I t- I Unslockcnd Limo in any quantity i Will soil to dealer or consumer iffat Lowest Prices deliver at Clay City or sell at the kilns 020 t Lime C5 cents per hrrelut the i tCity I nr+ w I THE CLAY CITY TIMES v IUnUSHED EVERY THURSDAY T E BunulriItEditor and Owner I I G JscKsoxLocalEdltorT- HURSDAYFNOV 10 1001 Local News Born to the wife of Ray Mc Kinney on the 3rda fine girl lid J A Webb returned the last of tho week front a business trip to Bath county The turkey crop is short again and they are in good demand at ten cents per pound Win Swope of Torrent came down Tuesday and went to Hard wicks Creek to vote A large flock of wild geese passedover Clay City Sunday morning going southward The ladies of the Christian church served a firstclass dinner at their house oTi election day and the same was well patronized Miss Lucy Flinchum of Stan ton is visiting her sister Mrs Lena Mofiold who has just re turned from Crab Orchard Tenn and is very sick The coal miners strike at Beat tyville is growing and 800 em ployes are out for 10 cents ad vance on the ton As a conse Juence prices will soar higher W G Patrick tho Kimbrell I merchant has had some posters printed advertising a special sale in which he is selling a quantity of staple goods at surprisingly low prices r The little sixyearold child of J L BWebb was horribly burn ed on Indian creek one day this week Mr Webb formerly lived here and is a brother to Eld J 3A Webb The new saw and planing mill plant of LovelandGarrett will soon be ready for business when we can hear the toot of tho old stave factory whistle which will be placed into service again A petition is being circulated in every precinct in the county calling an election to vote on the local option question A few years ago the same question was voted upon and carried but was knocked out by the court A Good Complexion t Sparkling eyes und rosy cheeks restored by using DeWitts Little Early Risers so writes S P t More of NncOgdoehes Tex A certain cure fpr biliousness etc Small pilllasv to take easy to act Sold by M Rose News has reached hero of the atlwas a native of Estill county and r had become quite a prominent minister of the Methodist church Fur years he was editor of the Pentecostal Herald at Louisville Owing to the prevailing hard times dull to enable the people to have their Dental work done before the bad weather sots inwill make a special reduced price for all den tal work done within 30 days i Du BKKTUAM SMITH Resident Dentist Clay City Ky Sewing machine needles atWj TWcbbr All makes and sizes A E Sams of Winchester was hero the first of the week on business W T Webb optician and jew eler has had printed a number of handsome calendars advertising his business and which ho i presenting to his customers TO CURE A COLD IN ONE 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 According to tho observation of tho State Weather Bureau October was the dryest month on record for thirty years and the situation has not improved much since the end of tho month making tho matter a more distressing oneThe SwannDay Lumber Com patty will shortly move a lot of machinery from their lumber plaut at Ridgewood to this city ahdconnect it with their present large manufacuring enterprise here The famous Waco clay from which the best grade of tile lord all kinds of stoneware is manu factured has just been awarded the gold medal over all other clays put on exhibition A Marion county farmer claims to have raised an acre of corn this year that yielded 100 bushels Some stalks produced many as four ears of corn a few as many as six and one showing up as many as twelve prospective ears This corn was planted early and is the product of several years selection of seed True to the Minute is the way your watch should keep time If it doesnt itUneeds fix ing You should take it to W T Webb at once and have him repair it for you A guarantee of one year goes with all work NEW FEED AND SEED STORE DR Danie a leading businessman of this city is considering the establishment a large gnyn and seed store on Sixthavenue The building when erected will be two full stories high and 25 x 125 feet This will be a good business for Clay City and we hope to see the prospect consum mated and work begin at once One by one Cloy City seems to be clinching new enterprises Catarrh Cannot be Cured with LOCAL APPLICATIONS they cannot reach the seat of the disease Catarrh is a blood or con stitutional disease and in order to cure it you must take internal remedies Hulls Catarrh Cure is tak en internally and acts derectly on the blood and mucous surfaces Halls Catarrh Cure is not H quack medicine It was prescribed by one of the best physicians in this country for years and is a regular presciption It is composed of the best tonics known combined with the best blood purifiers net ing directly on the mucous surfaces The perfect combination of the two ingredients is what produces suchwonderful results in curing Catarrhs Send for tesimonials free F1 ClrEirryC Co Toledo 0 Sold by druggists price 75c Take Halls Family Pills for con stipation Agents Wanted Men and women of good cearac tel nnd reasonable education to remain at home and perform light work Good salary and prompt pay Address jJ A WobbI v Cly Cit Ky I 4 I 1 Mothers Praise It Mothers everywhere paise On Minute Cough Cure for the suffer ings it has relieved ahd the of theh little ones it has saved certain cure for coughs croup ant SpaffordssavsuOur little girl was uncon scious from strangulation during a sudden and terrible attack of croup One Minute Cough Cure quickly relieved and cured her und Iconnol praise it too highly One Minut Cough Cure relieves coughs makes breathing easy cuts out phlegm drawn out inflammation and re moves every cause of a cough und strain on lungs Sold by M Rose CHURCH DIRECTORY Baptist ChurchSalem first Saturday morning and Sunday following Elder J T Turpin supply Powells Val ley second Saturday nn Sunday El SatIpastor ClayCitycolds pastor Hardwlcks creek third SunduyIMethodist Church Hcv J 0 Craw ford pastor first Sunday preaching al Clay morning nml evening and sec ond and fourth Sunday nights second Sunday at Hardwicks creek in the tprecedingThird i and evening fourth Sunday preacimim- iat Jacksons Chapc1ln the morning nod on Saturday before Sunday school at all the churches ntQlnyCltfourth Preaching at each place both morning and evening Rev A Irvin pastor ON THE INCREASE Worlds Fair Travel Oetting Heavier While the volume oA travel to St Louis on account atorlds Fair has not quite come up Hlie expectations of tho Worlds jflBianagiincnt or the railroads it fl en as largo as was expected all t considered Time banner monthfl Irns attend ance is concerned fl September October and Norcnfl tmd these three months H Hnission will undoubtedly iB surpass the entire number rcgistl p to August 31st inclusive P- It is certainly a biJIHnd show and one that no person Vi the menus should miss It is tf Rpportunity of a fife time in an educational way and ono tlmt will be taken Advantage of by the great mrjority of the people of America before its close It is an at traction that all Americans are proud of und justly so On account of its unexcelled train service both as regards equipment and accommodations the Louisville Hen derson St Louis Hallway better known as the Henderson Route has carried the majority of Kentuckians to St Louis and have beyond a doubt been more instrumental in contrihut ing to the success of the Fair than any other railroad in this territory The Henderson Koute is justly enti tled to all tho praiso that is being showered on them as their train service is unquestionably the finest oper ated in or out of Kentucky and their schedule of trains is more nearly main tained than on the majority of roads For comfort in travel and for the Best accommodations safest train schedules theres but one thing to at all times keek in mind get the Hen derson Route habit and request this routing in purchasing your tickets M BAILEY Merchant and Cu- stomMILLER CLAY CITY KY Custom work six days in the week Fresh Ground Bolted Meal always on hand Grinds for onesixth tole One Minute Cough Cure For Coughs Colds and Croup i r fjm JJSJ rH +4 J +++ r +++J +J SJ J 4 ++3 +10 INSURE WITH SOLIAt I +I Tlio JOemliug IiiHiuaneo Agents iof Eastern t entuelcy + iOver 200000000 i+ i t Every one who knows anything ubout insurance know i 1C they are leaders in this line lI rrX H H r + ++ ++ +++ +++ ++++ ++++++++ Startling Facts A1E BARNETT It SON Set the Pace and Hold the Lead withgNice 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 i 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 are 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 give us your trade Remember our Headquarters CLAY CITY KENTUCKY J F WEBB Tonsorial Artist CLAV CITV KV A Nice Clean Shave Fashionable Hair Cuts Shampooing and all kinds of Hair Tonics You will all ways find keen razors and clean u eels 1 0- t Laundry Agency in Connection 2 Dont fai to give him a call The Whitest White Cake The Lightes Light Rolls And Flakiest Biscuit Arc lUadoVhclI You Use Pearl and Bakers Pride Flour Take no Other Every Sac Guaranteed MANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN VERSAILLES KY Sold by our Leading Merchants 724 THEY WILL COME luau et l Commission mon state the high cst price ever known for eggs is in sight for this winter and before thoulny of the heR is known again next spring house wives will have paid ns high as 50 cents per dozen for the product of the hen The fact that a corner practically exists in storage eggs and that these were secured at the highest prices overpaid for storage eggs is the basis of calculation The consumption of eggs is increasing more and more every year said a com thisrtrue while meat is high and this summer the meat strike induced many people to stop eat ing meat and they turned to eggs as a substitute It is my opinion that the highest price ever paid for eggs will be along about January or February 1005 when the storage eggs must be drawn upon for the supply and the firms which control the market will be almost able to dictate the price We have had two very good showers of rain within the last week though not enought to increase the supply of water THE Winchestei Bank INCORPOHATED N H WITIIEKSPOON Pres Capital Stock 200000 Surplus 200 DO We solicit the accounts of individ nals firms and corporations 848 BocauEO the liver is t neglected peoplo suffer constipation biliousness ckthoj take hold of tho system It is safo veronlwa11keptillness would be almost unknown Thcdfords Black Draugbt is so successful in curing sickness because it is a rival as a familymcdicinu nmlhealthfulstipation andmay ho taken a possiblehaPJU The healthful action on the liver cures biliousness It has nn in nerslioc1nso1 poisonousI Y the bowels back into the blood andvirulent contagion results i Timely treatment with Thed thodangersI and kidney troubles and positively forestall the inroads of 1 Brights disease for which dis caso in advancedsthges there is no curo for a II 1JlitpkDraught 60 YEARS r EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ac Anyone sending a sketch and description may ascertain our opinion an Intention Is probably p t Communica tion strictly oonndontlaL IIAIIDBDOKon Iatent oecurlulfyatentlateutaspecial nice wlthou6 cbaraa in the Scientific flttiericatt A handf ornelr Illustrated weeklr largest er- eolation of anr nclentlBo journal Term U a MINfr months tL B Boiabfoll NewdYork- iinocb Oft ce OU JP Bt Wubliutton D Co p ESTILL COUNTY ITEMS From the Herald Powell Bros have opened a now saloon in the houso occupied by Mrs Vaughn who removed to the building recently occu pied by Bert Powell E S Campbell has returned from Afton I T and reports the Estillcounty families in a prosperous condition Ho says their good health is due to a constant diet ofchili The store of Jonas Wagers at Wagersvillo was burglarized on last Saturday morning at two oclockand about 100 in cash and checks taken by the robbers who blew open the safe with dynamite Blood hounds were sent for but after an unsuccessful trial the search was given up No clew to the thieves KILLING AT OLD LANDING At four oclock on last Saturday evening at Old Landing in Lee county near the Estillline Abner McQueen killed Arthur Lambert by cutting his throat with a pen knife death resulting almost instantly The killing was the re sult of a quarrel over a game of craps in which the men were enraged McQueen was arrested and lodged in jail at Beattyville Lambert leaves a wife and ex cept his vice of ghmbling is said to have been an industrious and clever man teneti t Mrs Ann Smyth of Clay City rchurned home lust week David Barker and wife of this place visited friends at Barker Saturday and Sunday Melvin Morton and wife of near Xenu visited J P Crabtree and family Tuesday night of last week Weed Adams Lewis IlowelJ Thomas llowell Misses Tet Ad ams aud Sarah Adams were the guests of Miss Ada Martin Sunday Spencerslastshot Dock Spencer twice once through the neck and once in the side Rogers is still at large T C Fletcher has his saw mill set upon Gludys Branch and has begun sawing Mr Fletcher has a largo boundary of timber to sow at that placeJeffersonville J D Sampson bought the Shepherd farm on Cooks branch for 850 The school at Jeffersonvillo is progressing nicely under the management of Mrs Ourtis Stevens Mrs R B Hammonds who has been visiting relatives and friends here returned to her home at Ashland this week Dan May sold 25 acres of land known as the Win Taylor farm on J3late to Win Shep herdMr W J Daniel hind two or three tons of hay burned in the An Ordinance The City Council of the City of Clay City do ordain as follows See I That the Mayor and mom hers of the council are hereby em powered and instructed to dispose of the lot now occupied by the city Jail on sixth avenue to the Clay City Roller Mills Co for tho purpose of erecting thereon a Standard Roller Flour Mill and the Mayor and each member of the council are hereby authorized to sign and acknowledge the deed of conveyance Ste II This ordinance shall bo in full forgo and effect from and publication us required bylaw J II TKRIIY JE BunaiiKt Clerklt r stack Saturdaythe work of an The continueddry weather has made water very scarce in this section no less than six different washings having been done at one well Resolutions of RespectR- esolutionsrof r respect adopted by the Powells Valley Baptist church at its regular meeting September 10 1004 Being so deeply grieved by the deathof our beloved brother and deacon in Christ Bro Weeding Adams we hereby offer there resolutions in respect to our sister Sarah Adams and her family in their deep affliction feeling that such res pect from us is due her as we realize the great spini tual strength and comfort lie has given us tithe past and feel indeed a keen interest in her spiritual and tem poral welfare in the future RESOLVED 1st That we as a body truly sympathize with her and hers in their great bereave ment and can only point them to the God they have trusted and loved so long for consolation re membering that he has said Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of his saints und being assured of the fact that trustingthatserve to strengthen their faith and draw them into a nearness with God they have never known before We commend them to Him2nd That we in the truest sense extend our deepest sympathy to tIllS stricken family in their dark da s of trial while we humbly pramhat in the dark glI they may give prm as they rejoice in spirituallifeheavenly h trusting that we shall sooii meet beyond the darkriver b unbroken family in thats yerlastingcluirch where sorr ters not 3rd TI of these resolutions L read upon our church boo 1 that we r our county rto publishsaute Done by or of time church this Sept 1 004 ELD J TjTimpiN Moderator REUBEN pTON Clerk THE CANNING FACTORY For some time we have been agitating time organization and erection of a canning factory at this place and at this time the cul mination of this enterprise seems very favorable All that appears to be lacking is sonic one who has good business judgment and a large degree of push to arise and proffer to form the organiza tion and take charge of the busi ness There is good money in such an industry and especially at Olay City wo believe A number of our people seem disposed to take stock in such a concern and time necessary capi tal could doubtless be easily raised if time right person would appear and go to business Wheres time man SSodoJ Dyspepsia Cure Digosts what you eat Vauglins Mill V Berry Barnott has moved to farm near Spout Spring Oharley Clark has moved back to our neighborhood Ho hind been living at the Rockquarry farm since last spring Mr Morgan Gravett who has been sick for sonic time is able to bo out again Tout White has moved to Rus sull Mountzs farm across the river in the Darlingsville neigh boorhoodBorn Mr and Mrs Charles Bush Oct 27 a fine hoy Also a fine girl to Mr and Mrs Roy Bur gher on tile same day A telegram was received here today Thursday announcing the death of Omer the little son of Mr and Mrs Jeff Wright at Butler Mo Mr CX C Daniel and his two daughters Miss Kate Daniel and Mrs John Hiley spent from Friday until Saturday with Mrs Lizzie Juno Wallace at Irvine Mr George Dunawny has moved to the old store house on the lames Baker farm Mr James MoKnight has moved to the house vacated by Mr Dunaway Mr Albert llolman who was culled hero a few weeks ago on account of the death of his father will return to his home at Chilli cothe Mo Thursday The election passed off very quietly at this place and on counting tho vote it was found that the Domocrats only had a majority of 18 much smaller than is usual in this precinct I Sams Mrs Asa Tuttle is very sick Gathering corn is all tho go vJsltedWesleyWitt Born to Millard McIntosh and wife Oct 80 a fine girl J W Elklri and family visited C C Elkin and family Sunday Tom Clem sold to Ben Mobley 10 barrels of corn at 82 per barrel Pleas McIntosh and wife visited J J Morgison and wife Sunday We had a nice shower of rain Friday evening which was badly neededJ Elkin was summoned to Winchester Saturday to see his niece who is very sick Messrs Charley Woods Walter LogLickThe little son of Millard McIntosh is some better we are glad to say under the careful treatment of Dr T J Berryinan H F Hilleivnveyer Sons Blue Grass 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