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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i rrHE CLAYCTTY- a TIMESJ t i i 5Q Cents Year in Advance We are here to kp Clay Citjvtlie Surrounding Country and Oorselteit f B UurQhcr Iulilislicr I f VOL p CLAY OlTyj THURSDAY DECEMBER 29 1904 NO 52 Bridge Completed f The new iron highway bridge at Waltersvillo which has heen under construction for the past I several weeks is now completed and before our readers receive this paper the last nail will be driven in theffloor This is one stroke of enterprise our present council may well be proud of being the first of I our city fathers to ever venture at so lire an undertaking and f more especially should they Be proud for so having managed it financially as to be able to pay all cash for the bridge except ing about400 0J which will be met out of next years assessment I Sim Dezarn Pardoned Sim Decani of Estill county who is serving a term in the pen itentiary was pardoned this week by GoV Beckham lIe was the man who first told Warden Lili and of the plot of Wallace Bis hop Lafayette Brooks and other notorious prisoners to escape two years ago- Sewlug machine needles at W T Webbs All makes and sizes We MG Blinds Stairways Shingles Out on Balls Dod Walters charged with the murder of Henry Miles in Forks precinct Estill county had his continued in Oir Court fit Irvine last week and was admitted to bail in sum of 5000 00 Since his the1 rest Walters has been in on the account oconfinedI ing unable to give bond Now A Valuable Farm I A near Campion a year fnrmlforho didn t sell it for it has now proved for oil trod since the completion of the pipe line to Campton he has been receiv fug a royalty of 18 00 per from the little place Altho Roosevelts plurality was In round numbers over Ii5000oo more than McKinloye In the vote cast for McKinley and the total vote of mho election was actually less by 455000 than the total vote when McKinley was elected Arrangements have been conJ pleted by Pennsylvania capitj r ECONOMY1 H t teans Best goods at Lowest Pri iirThi is the place you are looking for Shimfessels old stand Enjoying a larger share of public patronage than ever before I wish to call tho attention of the general public to the fact that 1 have received my new Spring Goodsund am now better prepared than ever to comply with the demands of my customers My stock is large and fresh embracing everything found in the line of General Merchandise tin Best Quality and Lowest Prices I t The Drsss Goods Department is complete in every detail the finest to be found in Clay City In the Line of Fine Footwear This stock cannot bo excelled Fresh Clean and UptoDate f A Nice Line of Ladies Hats of the Very Latest Parisian Styles just received See the before purchasing elsewhere My prices are strictly RIGHT Goods promptly delivered to all parts ofthe City Phone 38 Clay its- Kentuck G ShimfesseL RBbl NeB MFG GoH Winchester Ky Sash v Flooring doors Ceiling Went erb9arding Varandas Pickets and Etc Store Fronts trial cuit jail mutt valuable day 2500000 I9oo C y We are FlecdquartersFor1- 3ullding Paper Fe1t Roofing Flintoid Roofing and Etc r Send us Your estimates I + Prompi Shipmeni tX O4 eYIY f x x- tlUAr I t k s rect a furniture fa tfory at Ky nt a cost o 250 0 chi will give emplr tent to en iy Maiden shot ll enferdand y tack Jftewart it try store in Oh ii ter gives n list r g ting the panda fro I 2nth June 30 10 e i din strikes 180 s i 1051 and arrester Sues for Back Tax re Alexander State I tit has hied suit ncry tc County Court n+ 1st fQr taxes on a 0 tt aup life insurance pi rj ixes are for the years Ib9to r inclusive md aniotTnt to 81 55 The suit is the first of Unit character ever filed in Montgomery county and will be watched with interest Jt Irvine Mrs II M Wrtt who is con red to her bed with coiisumj u is no better i W tJI- I00 fbr use shall be not less than 81- r moro than 1QOO for each In ry offense andnil ordinniu nflicting herewith are hereb repealedSec That it shall be unlaw ful for any merchant or individual to sell such flroworkfl in the city of Clay City without first paying a license of So 00 for such privilege Sec 15 Any person or persons violating the provisions Sec 2 of tl js ordinance shall he lined 81000 fo rim and every ritisAiout- t This ordinance slim o- in force and effect froth nUt first puldication as rel l byJ IKURY J E Dunn Mayor n- l issioners JL OIUCUIT CC r Jr ncr1cfendnntJ Ev to of ti Judgment a r- of the Powell Cir t- re the November t tht o above cause si in tho 2nd day o 1 lock p m or t b liirt 1ayooff at aue v o bigei on acre ix- nlol ho court house d n ton 10 property morfl in the t towit IteaaInClay Kentucky lots J 2 nn Mock No 7all on plat of Clay City nov nl- In ll C0111ty clerkito to Satisfy i i4 uicai iiuu VMur sufficient thereof to produce 1GL81 so ordered to bo made The purchaser will bo required to give bond with approved security forth payment of tlio nurplmso money tq have tho force and effect a re frontdaqBidders wilt bo prepared to comply yiththcfiotcrma AlIen will be re on tilt time purchase is all paid Bond to commissioner JACKSONMaster Q- I ifS iVAL Alils I 1 i- a J I Additional Local Miss Carrie Hoskin visited friends in Winchester the first of the week The new highway bridge is now completed so come in and pay tho amount you subscribed tow and paying for it Mr R 0 Mansfield and wife are spending the winter at An burndale Fla with Mr Rev Woodward and wife- When making your annual set tlement dont forget the printer No creditors ate more patient nor any more deserving or needy The Standard Oil company is preparing to pipe gas from Men jefeo county to Lexington for the purpose of supplying the city with natural gus 1 G Jackson who has IJOMI employed in tho TIMES office for the past two months has severed his connection with this paper and will locate in one of the bluegraSs towns Sunday Christmas day was a pleasant and sunshiny day af fording an ideal day for pleasure wild enjoyment but Monday was jffiirni anti rainy while it began Miming colder Tuesday after ton and yesterday was the cold l ny of the winter so far c No lore Suffering Vou are troubled withjimliges Jt a bottle fit ivouoi uyppip re and see how quickly it iroyou Geo A Thompson encer I In says lave had pepsin for twenty veins jttense was almosthoiole9 Kodol Jiyspepsiu Cure was recommended jind I used a few bottles of it and it is the only thing that has relieved me Would not be without it Have doctored with local physi cians and also at Chicago and even went to Norway with hopes of get ting some releif but Kodol Dys pepsin Curo is the nlle1l1ldy Unit has done me any good and 1 heartilyrecommend it Every per FIII uffernig with Indigestion or Dyspepsia should use it Sold by M Hose Made a Mason Charles W Fairbanks the Vice Yresidcut elect was on Tuesday iniatiated into tho se crets of Freemasonry by time tak lug ofthe three first degrees of tho order A daily paper for 100 a year something the public has long disired The Chicago daily Review a delightful funnily daily giving nil important news market reports and many interesting de partments for men women and children is sent to subscribers for lia year 75 cents for 5 months 50 cents for li months Subscribe today address Tho Chicago Review Co 81H Coca Coal Building Chicago Illinois Its the empty head that needs a haughty air rtothers Be Careful of tlie health of your children Lookout for Coughs Colds Croup and Whooping Cough Stop them in time One Minute Cough Cur ill the best remedy Harmlisa and pleasant Sold byMUbso 1 Ii Harvest Days0o a S Remind us that only those who g sow can hope to reapII0 g eGindustry in youth and there will 5 be a plentiful harvest of prosper g Sity in old age o Open a Savings Account 0O now Save while you cnn amide you will never know wont He IS member we pay J per cent in0 o forest on savings accounts nts n Clay City National Bank c Clay City Ky o e o oooceooooooGo oeooQ The Rev Irl R Hicks 1905 Almanac The Rev Irl R Hicks Almitauaeifor 1505 is now ready being the finest edition over issued Thifi sllCndill and costly book of i1ttC1mpote stuilr fps 4 troiomy und storm wenMioi j r 1005 It is too well known tf need commoiit See it and you will so decide Tho price jui f paid to any address is 550 cents per copy Time Rev Irl H Hicks scientific religious and family Journal Wonn AXD WOKKS now abreast of the best inngHziiios is 75 cents a year Both Woan AND WOIIKS and the Almanac 100 a year No bettor investment pos Bible for any person or family Try tind see Send to Word null Works PublishingCo 2201 Locust St St Louis Mo- I1oFtssmovtL CAItDS b dgrgP4pn 1dgrNMAPqn 111 Dr Bertram Smith Resident Dentist CLAY CITY KENTUCKY Office at the Akers lintel where on experienc ed Practitioner be found and night prepared to uecuie ell kinds of high grade wok known to modern Dentistry Dr C B DICKSON DENTISTC- LAY CITY KY r R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY B LlTTLEPAQE M D PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON CLOY OITV KY I BR SMITH MDsPHYSICIAN AND BURGEON 1 CLAY CITY KY ti x f OhristrnaBaking t Calls for the best flour Mansfields Best Patent and Mountain Lily Are the best flours on the market They make the nicest whitest cakes and pastries because they are milled from the best whoa in the right way Try Bes Patent for your Christmas cake It will not disap point you I FOR SALE BY E MAXWELL Clay City Ky Powell County Court December term 5th day of Decem ber 1904- J A Webb etc on Petition ve- 1Jowe1l County FINAL ORDER t petitionersherein I recordIson4yerefiled on the 12th day of No o V i 1904 there being a p ti l v preuJtjon asks the judge of this court u the next regular term of this court after said petitions were filedwith the judge as aforesaid to make an order on his order book directing the sheriff of Powell county to open a poll in each and every voting pre l oinct in Powell county on the 14th dayof January 1005 for the pur pose of taking the sense of the qUlllitspirittbe sold bartered or loaned in Pow ell county Kentucky and itnppearing to the court that each ofcsaid petitioners lire signed by store than fVfntyflvn per rent of the respectivelust regular election therein and that each of said petitioners is a qualified legal voter in the precinct from which he is petitioned and it further appearing to the court that more than sixty days would elapse between the 12th day of November 1904 the day on which said peti tions were tiled and the J4th day of January 1905 the day fixed in said petition for holding sujd bleu tion and it further appearing to i pttitln1of Powell county which compose toe entire county and that each petition asks for the vote to be held in every precinct iu said county adjudgedhvPowell county be and he is hereby ordered und directed to open a poll inotach and all the voting places in Powell county Kentucky on S r the 14th duyIf January 1005 polls to bo opened at Goclock a m rInd continued open until 4 oclock a II Im on said day for the purpose of taking the sense of the legal voters in each of said voting precincts who are qualified to vote at elections for county officers upon tho proposition whether or not spirit ous vinous or malt liquors shall be sold bartered or loaned in Powell county Kentucky A copy attest VG FRAZIEII Clerk E ilfrjsMR LVLKD 0 b l irlJ4 THE TIMES t PUBLISHED KVKHY THUKSUAY J12 BunnnEit f Editor and Owner 1 G JACKSON Local Editor u Subscription Rates SO Cents per year in ad vance otherwise 15 Cents Entered as second clnss mail matter ThunUhjy Dec 519 1904 CLUB RATESt For the convenience of our sub pcribertf we have arranged club rates with thefollowing papers at prices below mentioned The TIMES and- Courier Journal 100 I Cincinnati Enquirer 110 Louisville Commercial 75 Home and Farm 75 NOTICEt willscause to opened at and nil the voting places in Powell county Kentucky on January 14th 1905 polls to pp n at j oclock n m and continue open until 4 oclock pm of the tame day for the pur pose of inking the sense of the legal voters in each and all precincts of said Powell county upon this prop o sllrltollllinou9bartered or loaned in Powell coun ty Keitucky Witness my hand ns sheriff of Powellcounty Kentucky this De comber 15 1904 THOMAS BOONE S P C MASTER Commissioners Sale G Breathltt Circuit Court John Packard IlaintilT vs defondadBy virtue of a judgment and or sale of the Bruathitt Circuit itmtUMtnduiiterctl in tho above cause at its regular October term for the sum ot Jfl1227i with in pertda January 19t6 until paid and tcosts therein expended i shall pence to offer for solo ut the front door of t Court House in Stanton Powell tout ty Kentucky on Monday the second tiny of January 1UU5 Ot being the lirat day of the regular January term of the 1owell County Court between the hours of 11 oclock a m and 2 oclock p in the following described property lying and being in Powell county Ky on Sphord Creek to wit All the timber trees excepting hickory mldbeechstundmguud lying on the Pulmer farm on Spnora creeic in Powell county Kentucky said property will be sold at auction to the liigeest and best bidder purhaser for tho purchase money with approved secnrity bearing interest from date und having the force and effect of u re plevin bond Alien iUbe reserved on said bond for tho full payment of tho purchase pricw and interest Bidders must be prepared to comply promptly With tlveso terms Amount of debt principal und interest to day of sale f112270 Amount of cost of suit und J3t19jAmountnewspapers 000 J W OAUDWE LlII OB 0 0 Dec 10 1904 NOTICE TO DEBTORS All persons knowingthemselves indebted to the estate of the late W G Everman are hereby notified to call and settle same with the undersigned executors at onto This December 9 1004 G W EvjoinAff JAMES HBNSLEY WANTED PECIAL ltaenaaxxTttlvslnthiscountq and adjoining territories to represent und advertise an old established busi expensesdvancedcheck direct from headquarters Horse and buggy furnished when necessary position permanent Address Blew BIdFChicago TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take LAXATIVEBROMO QUI NINE Tablets All druggiyer6 fund the money if it fails to auto W G roves vsignatureris on each ox 25c LJt DoE Qu Want an- education SOME FACTS ABOUT THE CLAY CITY GRADED SGHOO Clay City in located on t- lir Iroad between Lex d Jann Kyrho rat of is tideof the city j a- pr us condition n e ntof about on i k pUpils discipline is ci i pered with mil Our course pure favorably vfii dad school in the 8 o obtain thorough C her than asmattert many things to i than broad Wo slid t i patent process by i josed that untutored g lay be put into a c- nc gm and nnppililv tin t we educated men arid Vot touctttion is the product ntfa hurd study If you wis children to bo well educated should give plenty of time in which to train them We will teach your little children und give them the benefit of careful training in the elementary branches under an experienced teacher thus laying the foundation ofa good education e will take pupils in the prepay department aiid give th ifrough insiruotionJn the or Y nJ1l CCATtrITplS- HOE SHOP REMOVED T have removed my shoo shop to Gaylords blacksmith shop where I will be pleased to see my old customers and new ones top WESLEY GARRETT T orPaiia Pain Pill n i Pain willdipear LikeJ Magic aralyrlnjr the ne clan plum morphine an aneerous drugs t cre natural secretion i Is obtained as a verles In medicinemot o relieve pain with aft T ifely depend uponK Ants to relieve and pain Igla Headache ncb U Pains Rh Bac thache etc TI 0 by their cat nlievoRunes Iclcneaa Indleestl tabillt leasness Nervous Not do they relieve also a f cure because t verln r use you do ai the calH B Dr IfflMntlPaln Pills a r anteed thaWflrst package will IbenJUt or Y buntTMlles AntlPaln Pills have and havehndyearsagothe only remedy that ever gavo hadonedltncultyGEOBAUNDEnS n FREE write to us for FreoTrlallPackaJle ot n Remedyfor tenouiuI1Es EDICALCO LAIIOItATOIUE8 T IND L w f I 1 j- 17lrt nI I Christrnar Gift That isuseful is doubly appreciated A timely cud useful gift can be found for dvery inemberof the familyin our elegant line t r Fashionable Footwear Neckwear Cloaks Handkerchiefs Skirts Ribbons apd Laces Furs Mackintosh Coats Fine Dress Goods Jewelry Underwear Fascinators Hosiery Combs Hairpins Belts ToietSets Fine Ohina Fine Mirrors Suit Gates Art Materials And a great many other useful articles that will make appropriate gifts for Christmas and at prices that wilt suit every purse Dont miss this store while on your purchasing tour o MRS JI W WILLIAMS Clay City Ky L rLittfepage Son + 1 I DRUGGISTSI Iee eClay City Ky iPotent Medicines Paints Oil Sundries Stationery and Etc 1 i Prescriptions carefully compounded i + + o I+ t++ U+H +++U 1110 1 oS fot o Jo++NOTICE TO CREDITORS All persons holding claims or debts of whatever nature against the estate of the late W G Ever man are hereby notified to pro isejit same properly proven before tho undcrsignedexecutors on or before the first day of March 1005 This December 9 1904 G WEVEHMAN I ExecutorsJAMES HENSLItY 5 SellingatOost I For the next 30 days I will offer my entire stock of Dry Goods Shoes nsletoat cost This js a rare chance for youtnso ure bargains at your own prices f R rHI CUiRTLt S Spout Spring Ky i Ld r r II roriA- SltBXtlM A ewk KaIpI1gBosInsss aRAP14Yh o rrraiI I 4ta WILBUR B SMITH I LEXINGTON rerpoaableCQMERCIAhCOLLEGE Awarded Betel at WovWn Kzr tttoM f to thousands IncandlegTolttouIlooka ShorthoodType WritingaodTQegraphy2 eeisltiw 1AThe Kentucky IPtomUDr teal U1VopawliesSntrsow I attiiWILBUR I I Black Creek Limi I Works R S NOEL Proprietors I CLAYCITV I KYitff t t nuantiyfityLowest iPicea Will deliver at J Clay City iorsoll at thekilns 020 r 4 fJ 1 rthLkiltie t City i r tivLj1 l 1 jP t w I f i 1 I 1ier c tHE TIMES r VYN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER x THURSDAY DEC 20 1004 LOCAJ BREVITIES Oharles W Groves came home lopend Christmas I A Happy and a Prosperous Nipw Year to all our readers rG Oraddock the veteran newspaper man of Paris is dead I Master Commissioner Romulus Jackson was in the city Monday on business I The TIMES would make just as good a NeW Years gift as it would a Christmas gift When you think our job work doesnt please come around and see what a quantity ot it we get to doA number of the boys got boo jyjy Saturday afternoon Christ inas Eve and a few of them got jailed Dorris Mizo who is attending schooll at Grand View Tenn is spending Xmas with hom folks cotEld S T Thompson will duct special New Year service at the Baptist church at Bowen Sunday Mrs R L Shimfessel of Vaughns Mill visited hersister Mrs D 0 Bloom Monday and Tuesday i t Christmas day coming on Sun t dav the bunk and postoffico dos on Monday observing this Mas a legal holiday C attorney Henry Watson gen X JI 1 manager of the local ex change was here from Mt Ster ling Monday on business When making your annual set Moment dont forget the printer No creditors are more patient nor any more deserving or needy Theriff Thos Boone and mer chant W R Root were among the visiting members at the Odd Fellows meeting in the city Wednesday night W W Webb of Oanoy Mor cgnn county is visiting his broth orEldJ A Webb Mr Webb reports business very active at Cariey at this time There has hoed quite a decline in the local fat hog market starting off at flv6 cents per pound and going down until they are now a drag at four cents The county will build the fill approaching the new bridge on the waltersville side and Squire- D D Potts will receive bids and award contracts for the same Theordmanceprohibitingthee- xplosion of fireworks in the city was violated quite frequently f Saturday night but a number of the boys got fined with a little cost attached Uncle Joseph P Wright v who has been in declining health for sbrae time suffered a slight paraletic stroke Friday arid for a r time it was feared it would prove fatal b the is some hatter now n r Other local papers go on con t tented with getting out fiftyone JiIpers 1cryenr ndgettingth ir one per annum while the hEBgets down to knittingfif i fcytyo weeks xin byery year Gliristmas oruioOhristniaB t u jf I a 1 J J ipoyleVa fur dealer o Owingsvillb was in tho city yes terdoy The Old Kentucky Telephone Telegraph Company are a work completing their lino be tween this city and Mt Sterling This will give an outlet over tin independent Uno to neighboring towns Ohrisunas shoppers have been very numerous this year Every one seemed tp have plenty of money to spend and to spend it freely As a consequence the merchants are happy and pros porous Henderson Conlce closed a most successful schoolat Vaughns MJ11 last week Pat rons of this school tell us he has taught the best school in their district taught there for years and say they want him for their teacher again next year Will Close Out Their Business The Center Lumber Company M H Courtney of this city pros ident which has had considerable lumber interests in Lee county for several years and which used to run u large saw mill where LovelandGarretts bin mill is theiretimber and quit the mountains of Kentucky some time next year Mr Courtney himself will probably move back to Milwau kee Wis his former home New Lodge in the City A Lodge of Odd Fellows co posed of a dozen old membj and twentyfive iniatiatory bers was organized here 1 nesday night A number o iting Odd Fellows were her Stanton and other noiglr towns The Lodge starts o a very promising outlool will soon be one of the strl cret institutions of the city Odd Fellows is one of the sti est orders in the United St and is one of the most l onefL ry secret institutions in exi once Proud of the Bridge A subscriber to the bridge fund said to us the other day that while he paid only 10 00 toward its construction he felt that it was of great profit and convene ience to every body in this end of the county and that ho would not have it removed for 100 00 This shows how much more a good thing is appreciated bye ven a thoughtful man after it is obtained than before and proves that such enterprises should be considered much noro favorably when brought up than tlifey usually are We have not yet heard of a single subscriber objecting to the bridge or the amount sub scribed Hows This We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Cat arrh Cure F J CHENNEY d CO Toledo 0 We the undersigned have known F J CIIENEY for the last 15 years and believe him perferfectly hon orable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by his firm 1ALDINGlJNNAN t4 MARVIN Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0 Halls Catarrh Cure is taken in ternally acting directly upon the blbod and mucous surfaces of the system Testimonials sent free Price76 cents per bottle Sold by all druggists TakeHalls Family Tipsier con stpatl3ntf tL i r a Jj iFA nt tYt f The entertainment at the Christian Church Friday night was quite h success iu every par veryiwerte and Mrs Santa Claus were quite anertaining feature- themachinery for the new 11 mill has arrived and tin t tht work will be Tams and will be r d ta ion as rapidly ableected to have rod 10 new mill 01 nar he middle of Ft hristmas ont nt et1 dist churc ay vas quite a su t Hiding the heavy all ust before nigh od spas maintained td as out and n- uablo is0 presents x lewnre of Countcrfe Vitts is the only me Hazel Salve writer r4 of Centre Ala av e J y family for Piles Ci nd tar years and can recoln and- o be the best Salve on the mar- Ket Every family should keep it as it is an invauable household remedy and should always be kept on hand for immediate use Mrs Samuel Gage of North Bush X Y says I hada fever sore on my ankle for twelve yeras that the lectors could not cure All salves hd blood remedies proved wo- sae I could not walk for over s hi 1J To persu i r c Veaszrtplll No Pill is as pleasantand posit De Witts Little Early Rise JeWitts Little Early Risers are so mild and effective that children delicate ladies and weak people say they are the best liver pills sold Sold by M Rose CHURCH DIRECTORY ptist Church Salem first Satur i orning and Sunday tollowh El- r Turpin supply iowcll all and Saturday allU in pastor Bowen fan at Id undny Elder J T Iln 1 laytht Star llnrdwicks cl iird 1st Church Rev JP- f v- ft r first Sunday pr at- C lorning and even cc urth Sunday nlg d t Hardwicks crt h nightday ug ingj fourth Sundaysnga ns Chapel nn ay before ay- s H the churches f Ian ChurchSe y- C S eSUlldayatcIting th- i venlng Rev in- pa RILE M anj Custom LLERCLAY GITY KY ff fiv I Custom work six days j Vi Fresh Ground Bolted Meal always on iianl Grindsor wr I one sixth tole 1 f r y t p++ 4 wMgo w g Ao 3 ++F4+y4 H4 + + o+++SF++ o + 1 ++ iIt y The JOenrtiny IiiHiiiniico Agents i4 uC liJiiHtorn JJCuiitiiolcy 1 Over 200000000f Representedf 1 Every ono who knows anything about insurance know tIIthey are lenders in this line ++++++++ + + ++r+ ++ +++ r ++++++++++++++ Startling Facts AI E1 BARNETT i 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 bet mar kets of the East We can supply ouwith any thing you need at prices so low as to make you wonder how wo got the- mEverything t from i caper of Pins to a Wed ding Trousseau from a Cake of Soap to a CarLoad of Bacon i Bring on your produce and receive the best prices the mar jdi 1ket affords Nice obliging clerks are ut your service We hold the field in Tanbark and Ties and are Swapping your Uncle Sams Genuine coin for same allowing top r market values in exchange Try us and be convinced that it is to your best interest to give us your trade k Remember our Headquarters CLAY CITY KENTUCKY JP WEBB Tonsorial Artist CLAY CITY KY A Nice Glenn Shave Fashionable Hair Cuts Shampooing und all kinds of Hair Tonics You will all whys find keen razors and clean towels Laundry Agency in Connection 4 Dont fail to give him a call The Whitest White Cake The Lightes Light Rolls And Flakiest Biscuit Are rode VileR You Utie Pearl and Bakers Pride Flour i Take No Other Every Sack Guaranteed MANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN VERSAILLES KY Sold by our Leading Merchants 0J rL cc r- W Z v SPOUT SPRING Christmas seems to be passing oil in the usual quiet manner Marion McKinney came home Saturday to spend the holidays Benny McKinney has sold his farm near this place to Eld G W McIntosh of Irvine for 4 00000 Posession Mardi 1st Eld McIntosh will move to his new farm soon as he obtains poses sion This farm is one of the best in Estill county and is a bargain at the money Benny McKinney has bought 100 acres of bluegrass land and will move to same March 1st We regret to lose such good neighbors as Mr McKinney but are glad to know that his place will be filled by Brother Mom tosh than whom there is no bet ter citizen in Estill county George 1asley of this place while working for a largo farmer inMontgomery county lost allof his clothing except what he had on one night last week when the gentlemans house burned up The house was ignited by a match struck by two boys up stairs but with all the heroic offorts of the young men the fire could not be extinguished front the beginning Jeffersonville W W Stevenson sold a pair of mules to Wingate Anderson of Powell county for 150 Mr Pleasant Daniel who was seriously hurt by a falling limb r is thought to bo improving and there are hopes of his recovery KttiW W Stevenson sold a horse MrWn It young mare Br Martin for 110 tvOhristmas gift to every body j When I think of Christinas my mind wanders back to the time when the Shepherd kept watch on the hills of Judea and when God the Father gave the gift of His dear Son to tins sin cursed earth to make an atonement for the sins of the people Miss Lizzie Stokely who taught the school on Spruce gave an entertainment and had an n P Ilin Bf I NmlCINf fOR WOMEN If are nervous and tired out contiuually OU could have no approachofDo not wait until suffer un painbcforewouseektreatment now just aa much as if the trouble were more developed and the torturing pains men painsleucorrhoea ache were driving you to the unfailing of Cardut has hundreds ofthqusands of women and will bring you wine of Cardui drive out all trace of weakness and bnnish nervous spells headache and back evmptomsfront gcrous troubles that will bo hud to check Secure a 100 bottle of yourdealerto the Ladies Advisory Dept The Chattanooga Medicine Chattanooga Tcnn arid thu be sent you WINE i K entertainment and had an Xmas tree Mr E 0 Khnbrell WilE Old Santa Claus and Messrs Charley Anoy and Bruce Salyer furnished the music It was quite a surpris to every one who was there as it was a small school of small children Genet LAST WEEK Born to the wife of Wm Orabtree Sunday 11th a girl Weed Patton of Bowen was up here Friday oil business Mrs J H Mull6ns of Loin bard visited friends here Friday and Saturday- G H Crabtree and Ben Smyth were guests of Doc Spencer and family Sunday We are expecting several wed dings in this neck of the woods through Christmas J 0 Townsend of Bowen dealer in country produce was here Monday on business There will be a Christmas tree at Xena Saturday the 24th Every body invited to come Djllard Smyth gf this place visited friends in Estill county from Saturday until Monday Albert Morton and wife are the glad parents of a big girJ which was born on Tuesday 18 Weed Hatton who has been working at Big Woods for sev oral weeks rpturned home Sat urday V 0 Martin was called td Bowen Saturday as a witness jj a trial before Squire Wm Toi sendWm Hatton bought of Si son Tipton a farm for 12 case tad has moved to his homeMiss Ada Martin accompani by her brother Benj visite friends at Lombard Saturday and SundayMr T Huff is selling out all of his household goods and is going to Wisconsin to hiako his futuro home Mr Bob Huff of Wisconsin and his family are visiting friends in this neighborhood at this writing Mrs Nannie Huff of Xena and Alice Morton and Nancy Crabtree of this place were guests gf Wm Crabtree Sunday RED TOP I Winchester Court The day was exceedingly disa greeable and but few persons were about the yaldsThe supply of stock was very limited and the sales were few and drug ging The best prices of the day was 4 50 for a pair of big fat ox en j heifers brought 250 to f8 00 hogs 850 Among the sales were the following Pete Evans sold for Jas Ball ard y steers wt 1000 Ibs at ii00 M 0 Guy sold 4 steers 575 Ibs at 300 Sam Berryman sold a steer which weighed 1125 lbs at 8 25 D B Hamdton bought 0 heif ers 450 Ibs at SO- R B Scottsold 3 steer 450 Ibs John R Bush sold a pair of fat oxen 8470 Ibs at 450 A number of hogs were sold at 825 to 850Winchesterporn ocrat Usually if we postpone n worry for a day or two it will fail to keep its appointment t j j s L North Bend Henry Mortouof J llosslyn was here Sunday i York on the church at this place has been suspended I Christmas day was quictrjob served by the people here Butler Barnes transact inessa1 iP Sterling Satur 11 Mis nliEcn close scho wodne A Friem acte Mess at Bowen day t fen visited fret Wil f the latter par we i relclt visited friei Iii i from Saturday MoT sses Wills of Say its 5s Ella and Cam entywSkidmore the h- llunll1lluof Bowen wa TIm iv- L Friend Marion androver Anderson were Stanton Saturday Misses Ella and Carrie Ewen visited relatives at Stanton the first of the week Marion and George Welch at tended the burial of Win Hall at Stanton Sunday Miss Laura Jewell of Kosslyn v ted relatives in Lexlllgtor I first of the week a a rneI11 uuC parent of misfortune Tyou among the number tli new watch If so hero area few substantial reasons why you should come to me for it viz When I sell you n wntcli t put niy reputation back of It111n inter ested in the service us well as simply selling it for I realize that my future sales depen 1 on the satis faction my goods give I hat Elg Wtlhhllrn Hampden dar d Swiss watches idl- gol ld filled and silver I A n me ofrings chainst c ecc er budges etc WT v Jeweler and 0 say these sente sea shells by sh selfish Bhellfist- rnpso sideways 1 y peel prime pr era rarely re rid t ncs frtqnentm fires S e for the TIM L t ORDINANCEI CityoClayfollowsSec That section 3 of ordinance No lj Betesuf 1002 where it rea sahe sum to be paid each year that such license may be granted shall be as follows1 For license to keep a saloon the sum of 100000 per annum for license to merchants to sell such theIsum 1000 for license to gists to sell liquors in quantities- riot less than H quart the sum of SJ000 for license to sell ale beer Fr porter by the wholesale in quan tities not less than five gallons including all the sum of 1000 be amended so as to cad The sum to be pail each year grantedhulleep open saloon the sum of 8750 per annum for license to mer hants to sell such liquors who sell by the quart the sum of 8750 for liquorsinqnart the sum of 8750 for license to sell ale beer or porter by the lesshl1dnagents the sum of 8750 anti said section of said series where it con flicts herewith is hereby repealed Sec 2 This ordinance shall be in full force and effect after its publication J H TEURY J E HoRatiKit Mayor Clerk The still small voice of con science is sometimes so irritating sat oneis tempted to retort that Ik is cheap F Hillervnveyer Sons e GrassL Nurseries LEXINGTON KY the Fall 04 aullstockof t and Ornamental Trees AsparogusSmall very thing for Orchard Lawn I and Garden Wiptive Catalogue applicationi THE Winchester Bank- r ORIOR TED N H WmiEKsrooy Pres Capital Stock 200000 Surplus 20030 Wo solicit the accourits of individ uals firms and corporations 848 Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat 60 YEARS- EXPERIENCE TRADEMARKSI edl r a sketch and deecrtptlon met qulcklf ascertain our opinion free whether an Invention la Done taA pommuntc- ationetrlctlrconddentlat on Patenu tree Oldest for curin tents ppecdInoUuwitboudabbargeInthe coo receive ciewlIfir RmerkarAha- ndsomely IUntt tad weeklf JAreetteir onUtlon of anriclenUOo journal Ierm3aear tour months L Md allnewdealell Co3B1BroathrsrNewYotksranaa Take Laxative Bromo Quinine TMlets SeyeaRSHoa boxes sold 1 i pew 13 meatbs This M dlry+ t- L r LoxingtEasti Ry 1Effective Oct 16 i9O4 V EAfiT nouND No 2 No DnllyexSnnSm ex Sun AM 11LvLexihgtoh 223 74b I Vinchester tJl 825 L E Junction 3a 8hI Olny Oity350 omI- I Stanton 408 923- C Rosslyn 1412 928 1 Natural Bridge 48R O54 Torrent 440 W08a1 BenttyIIl Junc 511 1021 O K Junct 011 1126 Ar Jackson f6IG 1130 WBBTBOUND KoS No1 Daily cx Sun Stations P M Daily t Daily ex Sun Am iLv Jackson 220 625 OKJuoct 230 Q 29 III BeattyvllleJune 320 7 f6 torrent 347 747 Natural Bridge 401 801 Kosslyn 425 823 I Stanton 1480 828 01tw City 430 837 I LE Junction OIQ 08rWinchester f5 023 ArLexingtonO 05 1010 Nos3 and 4 make close connection for Cannel City and points on the 01 K liaihvny daily except Sunday Nos1 and 2 connect nt L A E Tunctiori wltli C A 0 for MtSterlfng and local points J K BARR CIIAS SCOTT Gen Manager Ion Pass Agt 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