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I THE CLAY MtTY TIMESI 50 Cents o Year In Advance 1Were here to help Gay Clip sntronnniing Country atti Ourselves J E Burgher Publisher VOL 9 CLAY CITY KY OjEURSDAY JUNE 80 1904 NO 2G St Johns Day at Bowen The Masons Odd Fellows and Junior Order American Mechan ics Bold a joint celebration at Bowen last Friday the 24 The three orders met at the Masonic Hall and formed a life of march to the river and the stand where Joseph O Lykins of Oamp ton addressed the audience in behalf of Freemasonry I Ad journed for dinner Tho Rebec cas spread a nice dinner for mem bers of their order After dinner they marched a gain to the river and back led by the Odd Fellows to the stand where J H Johnson of Yale Ky1 addressed the crowd in be half of the Juniors Ho was fol lowed by Mr Lykins in behalf of the Odd Follows The Clay City Cornet Band furnished music for the occasion The Brethren at Bowen extend ed a cordial and welcome land to their visitors and everybody enjoyed themselves The best of order prevailed during the day A Correction In last weeks issue we gave an account of a ball game to be play ed in the ball park the proceeds of which to go to the benefit of We Pickets Etc Store the church The game was not or authorized to bo played by tho church The game vas made up as we have been lately informed solely by the players who promoted the game independent of the church organization with the of tendering the church the mon ey independent of how it was re ceived This has been done and it is now a question whether or not the church will the money So far the money has not been accepted is true in so much that time game of ball was played and for the purpose mentioned but the church had noth ing to do with the game nor did it approve of it The players played the on their own hook honestly they were agreeably doing the church a favor Tho money was honestly and fairly earned and the church but the oilicers of tho church think they can not conscientiously accept if The explanation is made at the request of the officers Sewing machine needles at W T Webbs All makes and sizes 1 ECONOMY Means Best goods at Lowest Prices This is the place you are for SJiimfessels old stand Enjoying a larger share of public than ever before I wish to call the attention fJthe general public to the fact that I have icceived my new Spring Goods and am now better prepared than ever to comply with the demands of my custom I ers My stock is large and fresh embracing everything found in tho lino of General Merchamidisethe Best Quality and Lowest Prices The Dress Goods Department is complete in every detail the finest to be found in Cluv City F In the Line of Fine Footwear niystock cannot be excelled Fresh Clean and Up to Date 4 Y 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 38 esselKentucky 1i MANGE MFG Go Winchester Ky Manufacture Sash Flooringf floors v Ceiling Blinds Wuatherboarding- Varnndas Stairways Shingles and Fronts Christian played intention receive Our statement whatever thinking financial tendered lookiug patronage We are Headquartersfor lBuilding Paper oIi i i Felt Roofing Flintoid Jloofiing and Etc V Sendus Your Estimates I Promt Shipments v i t I 1 ti I Jn Our Bridge Fund The Clay Cit ouncil has decid ed to build a across Red lily er at Walteravililtanclhas appro priated lOO r this purpose The bridge willcost about 83000 To get the bridge tiS necessary to raise a neat sumljfuy Subscription To this end the following persons have suboribed imi amounts set op their names LovelandGarreftfCo 850000 JBEaton I 10000 W S rs Jim t 2500 II C Warmoutfit 2500 A E Barnett Son 2500 D R Daniel r 2500 ins B Hall f 2500 John M Icnn n 2500 CLAY CITY ruicsi JJ 2500 Dr B r 1000 Geo W Clark 1000 W W Wilsons 1000 Frank Adams 1000 A Ester I j 500 W E Heflin j 500 fhos OgdenJr 500 w 500 PyJohnson 7 A 500 B L Bruner f 500 Thos B Ware i 500 M Bailey 500 DI n Eubankp jst 500 Tames DOUglum Ky 250 Thos Wood 200 John P Our lJ 200 D Adams 17 10- 0Totals ff 880750 Arc Youbfct I hted Must hoMBok or paper at arms lenettV Be proper fo cus If so a careful examination now and the use of proper glasses will set you right There is worse trouble ahead If you fail to note warning W T WEBIJ Optician Sage Hawkins branch affords six strong gas wells jlj1 A number of friends enjoyed themselves at L G Wills Sun JMrsm spent Sunday with her motl ron Hawkins branch f5 Mrs L G Willsspent the day Monday with her daughter Mrs Isom O borntJj Mr and Mrsj5Abb Benning field made ft visi p Montgomery county last week Rev JohuSOflof Yale Ky closed his proliracted meeting- at this place Sunday Miss Eva LeoWillsenjoyed the day Monday with Mrs Green on North Fork JiMr Wilson spent Saturday andStmSay with the lat ters parents Mrf and Mrs Joe Willoughby Ir True toltneninute is the way your lich should keep time If it d esntit needs fixing U You shouljlitake it to W T Webb at once a dlmvo him repair it for you A gi rantee of one year goes with all works j ys Furnace MrJW Nick went to Clay City Tuesday musiness Farmers arofgeUlng along very nicely In themerophat present dRoQcoo C eWkiikJs suirering- i L E J i 4 i this week from a bruised foot Mr Sam Spencer of Ford has been visiting relatives here for sometime Mrs Jalia Wood Lowcastville Ohio is visiting relatives here this weekAbout all the young men in this neighborhood have joined the Ju niors Burk Billings and Itichard Cha ney attended preaching nt Cat Creek SundayMr Case and little Paul Lylo Faught are very sickat this writingMr James Faught has sold his farm here to Charlie Tipton and gone to Ohio Mr Gr Lyle Sr of Vaughns Mill visited his son Geo W Lyle Jr from Sunday until Monday Now that we have six mouths school our trustees should Ipok after the repair of their school house Mrs Sally Ann Sherdan is very low at the home of her daughter Mrs Kate Bratton and her recovery is doubtful Misses Carra and Bessie Barnes visited their cousins Misses Nellie and Myrtle Tipton at Millers Creek Saturday and Sunday When you visit Clay Cityon the Fourth dont fail to call at Webbs Jewelry store and examine his su perb line of Jewelry Optical Goods and etc Irvine Items flrvlno Herald Messrs R B Tipton and James DaVidson left Monday for West Virginia to engage in saw millwork Mr Wm Jones and Mrs Nan nie Johnson both of Panola were married at the county judges ofllco last Thursday afternoon Judge No land officiating Miss Dorsie Stockton who bus been teaching in the primary depart ment of the Sue Bennett Memorial School London was here during the teachers examination Miss Stockton will teach at Kimbrell this yearAt a meeting of the town board of trustees last Friday night an or dinance was passed to prohibit the sale of cartridges in the town of Irvine and making each off snee punishable by a fine of from 825 to 100 The merchants outside of the limits have agreed to abstain from selling same the law will be in ef fect in thirty days Messrs C W Friend Hugh Riddell and W H Lilly have been appointed a committee for and on behalf of the town board of trustees to ascertain and report on the cost of paving the streets of Irvine and Black Creek Lime Works R S NOEL Proprietor CLAY CITY KY Unslackend Lany quanti ty 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 r they are directed in their report to take up the diirerent kinds and qualities of street paving material the cost thereof in short to report to the board the best and cheapest waynt arriving at a system by which this imrovement can be made they are also requested to report anything else they think proper for the betterment of the town The Balance i IWheel j Look inside your wntch a moment The balance wheel in milking 18000 vibrations an hour if its In good condition If the movement is slug J gish theres something wrong It will move 0558 miles In a year andrequires less than onetenth of a of oil to make it run But it needs J that little badly The least degree of friction on the hearings niters J the motion Dont take clmnces Let me clean nnd oil nnd put your watch in order for a year It will pay and satisfy you jWEBB the Jeweler I 0 CLAY CITY a a Married Life is likely to be happier for those young folks who providing CorIthe future open a Savings Ac count If you will call nt our officeIwe shall be pleased to explain to you the workings ofour Savings Department REMEM BER that we pay 3 per cent interest compounded every six months on savings deposits Clay City National Sank Clay City Ky I i Wm SMETHERS WALTZ RSVILLC KV Tonsorial Artist First class UptoDate work nt reasonable charges 80rPROFESSIONAL CAHDS N4N4 IN1NN44N44NW14NNLNNW I Dr CB DICKSON DENTIST CLAY CITY KY R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY rA B LITTLEPAGE M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY OITY KY B R SMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY 0 i t I t I THE CLAY METY TIMESI I50 Cents a Year in Advance Were here to help ClayXifylJJfcgSnffODoJingCflnntry anJ Ourselves J E Burgher Publisher r YOL9 CLAY CITY KY TJJUKSDAY JUNE 30 1904 NO 26 St Johns Day at Bowen The Masons Odd Fellows and Junior Order American Mechan ics hold a joint celebration at Bowen last Friday the 24 The three orders met at the Masonic Hall and formed a lise of march to the river and bacly to the stand where Joseph OLykins of Gamp ton addressed the audience in behalf of Freemasonry Ad journed for dinner The Rebec cas spread a nice dinner for mom berg of their order After dinner thou marched a gain to the river and back led by the Odd Fellows to the stand where J H Johnson of Yale Jyj addressed the crowd in bee half of the Juniors He was fol lowed by Mr Lykins in behalf of the Odd Fellows The Clay City Cornet Band furnished music for the occasion The Brethren at Bowen extended a cordial and welcome hand to their visitors and everybody enjoyed themselves The best of order prevailed during the day A Correction In last weeks issue we gave an account of a ball game to be played in the ball park the proceeds of which to go to the benefit of Flooring Pickets Shingles Store trio Christian church The game was or authorized to played by the church The game was made up as we have been lately informed solely by the players who promoted the game independent of the church organization with the intention of tendering the church the mon ey independent of how it was re ceived This has been done and it is a question or not the church will receive the money So the money has been accepted Our statement is true in so much that the game of ball was and for the purpose men tioned but the church had nothing whatever to do with the game nor did it approve of it The players the game on their own hook honestly thinking they were agreeably doing the church a financial favor The money was honestly and fairly earned and tendered the church officers of the church think they can not conscientiously accept if The explanation is made at request of the officers Sewing machine needles at W T Webbs All makes and sizes ECONOMY Means Best goods at Lowest Prices This is the place you are looking fof SJiimfessele old stand Enjoying a larger share of public patronage than ever before I wish to call the attentiom CJfthe general public to the fact that I have received my 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 lino of General Merchandise the Best Quality and Lowest Prices L The Dress Goods Department is complete in every detail the finest to be found in Cluy City f In the Line of Fine Footwear Vmystock cannot be excelled Fresh Clean and Upto- Date1A Nice Line of Ladies Hatso- f the Very Latest Parisian Styles just received See theta before purchasing elsewhere My prices are strictly RIGHT Goods promptly to all parts of the City Phone 38 ShlIllfesselKentucky ui1LAxc MFG Go Winchester Ky We Manufacture Sashc doors s Ceiling Blinds Weatherboarding- Varandasj Stairways and Etc not played be now whether far not played played but the the new delivered We are Headquarters for IBuilding Paper 7 c Felt Roofing y- FlintoidRoofiing and Etc y 1 Sendus Your Estimates iaPromtShipments v t H q t 1 eo r 4 Our Bridge Fund The Clay City ouncil has decid ed to build a bfidge across Red River at WaltersvifloAnd has appropriated lOO irthls purpose The bridge 3000 To get the brid rt Is necessary to raise a neat sumlBuy Subscription To this end the fohotving persons have suboribedtlSi mounts set op posite their name = LOveland Garrctt CO 50000 JBEaton jmi 10000 W S Rogers 2500 n c Warmouth 2500 A E BarnettSptt 2500 D R i 2500 Jns B Hall r 2500 John M Kennon 2500 CLAY CITY rniI81 11 2500 Dr B r 1000 Geo W Clark t 1000 1P W Wilson o 1000 Frank Adams 1000 A Ester 500 W E Heflin i 500 Thos Ogdenjr t 500 Benny McKinnoj 500 A P Johnson 500 B L Bruner t t 500 Thos B Wnre i 500a M Bailey 11 500 11 n Eubankyj 500 Tames Douglas 250 Flies Wood Ilrtl1uKy 200 John P Curtis 200 D Ad lUO msrl Total fll 880750 Are You farsighted 1Jlust holsok or paper at arms length tV Heprupcr fo cus If so a care examination tJ now and the use of proper glasses will set you right There is worse trouble ahead if you fail to note warning W T WjEup Optician Sage Hawkins brancIlaffords six strong gas wells M A number of friends enjoyed themselves at L G Wills Sunday tSpnclabranch ffS Mrs L G WllIs spent the day Monday with her daughter Mrs Isom Osborn Mr and Mrs Abb Benning field made a visitjftp Montgomery county last week Rev Johnson yof Yale Ky closed his protracted meeting at this place Sunday Miss Eva Lee WJHs enjoyed the day Monday with Mrs Green Spurlock on North Fork Mr and MrsEjl Wilson spent Saturday andS with the lat ters parents Mrfvand Mrs Joe Willoughby It True toJnejfUnute is the way your ch should keep time If it dpes tit needs fixing You shonjd take it to W T Webb at once ajicUliave him repair it for you A guarantee ot one year goes with all wpr V Furnace- Mr J W Ngwkirk went to Clay City Jnes d yousiness Farmers arqSuing along very nicely in theifeoropaat present 4 Jloacoe C Newt kIs sUllering t i- f1 v t this week from a bruised foot Mr Sam Spencer of Ford has been visiting relatives here for sometime Mrs Jalia Wood ofLowcastvjlle Ohio is visiting relatives here this weekAbout all the young men in this neighborhood have joined the Ju niors Burk Billings and Itichard Cha ney attended preaching at Cat Creek SundayMr Case and little Paul Lyle Fuught are very sickut this writingMr James Faught has sold his farm here to Charlie Tipton and gone to Ohio Mr G W Lyle Sr of Vaughns Mill visited his son Geo W Lyle Jr from Sunday until Monday Now that we have six months school our trustees should Ipok af ter the repair of their school house Mrs Sally Ann Sherdan is very low at the home of her daughter Mrs Kate Bratton and her recovery is doubtful Misses Carra and Bessie Barnes visited their cousins Misses Nellie and Myrtle Tipton at Millers Creek Saturday and Sunday When you visit Clay City on the Fonrth dont fail to call at Webbs Jewelry store and examine his su perb line of Jewelry Optical Goods and etc Irvine Items flrvhio Herald Messrs R B Tipton awl James Davidson left Monday for West Virginia to engage in saw millwork Mr Wm Jones nnd Mrs Nan nie Johnson both of Pnnola were married at the county judges oflice last Thursday afternoon Judge No land officiating Miss Dorsie Stockton who has been teaching in the primary depart ment of the Sue Bennett Memorial School London was here during the teachers examination Miss Stockton will teach at Kimbrell this yearAt a meeting of the town board of trustees last Friday night an or dinance was passed to prohibit the sale of cartridges in the town of Irvine and making each offence punishable by a fine of from S25 to 8100 The merchants outside of the limits have agreed to abstain from selling same the law will be in effect in thirty days Messrs C W Friend Hugh Riddell and W H Lilly have been appointed a committee for and on behalf of the town board of trustees to ascertain and report on the cost of paving the Streets of Irvine and Black Creek Lime Works R S NOEL Proprietor CLAY CITY KY Unslackend Lime in any quanti ty Will sell to dealer or consumer at Lowest Prices Will deliver at Clay City or sell at the kilns 020 Lime G5 cents per barrel at the kilns or 75 cents delivered at Clay City they are directed in their report to take up the different kinds and qualities of street paving material the cost thereof in short to report to tho board the best and cheapest waynt arriving at a system by which this imrovement can be made they are also requested to report anything else they think proper for the betterment of the town The Balance i Wheel j Look inside your wntch a moment The balance wheel is milking 18000 S vibrations an hour if its in good condition If the movement is slug J gih there something wrong It will move a558 miles In n year and J requires less tlmn onetenth of n drop of oil to make it run But it needs S that little badly The least degree of friction on the bearings niter the motion Dont take chances Let me clean and oil nnd put your wntch J in order for a year It will ins and satisfy you JWEBB the Jeweler 0 CLAY CITY e e Married Life i is likely to be happier for those young folks who providing for t the future open a Savings Ac count If you will call at our officejwe shall be pleased to explain to you the workings ofour Savings Department REMEM HEn that wo pay 3 per cent interest compounded every six mouths on savings deposits t Clay City National Bank Clay City Ky Wm SMETHERS WALTIiRSVILLO KY Tonsorial Artist First class UptoDate work at reasonable charges 30sIKOKESSIONAL GAUDS Y 1 1YNY11N Wtb l Y1W I Dr C 3 DICKSONI DENTISTC- LAY CITY KY R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY A B LITTLEPAOE M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY OITY KY B R SMITH M D- fPHYSIOIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY r t t 4 1- W 1 I I J ojy 0 Jfr I li1t GOOD FLOUR Is the foundation of successful Bread Making Pastry Making Good Cooking The housewife who has been longing for a flour that combines all the good qualities should try Mansfields Flour Contains all the nutrition of the wheat tastes good bakes light Buy BEST PATENT or MOUN TAIN LILY of your grocer and have better bread in your home RC Mansfield Son KOSSLYN KY SPOUT SPRING Charlie Crow went to Winches ter Monday Dr Litrlepage was here on professional business Monday Bennie Mclunney sold to Geo W Wells one pair df mules for 135 Several from this place attended Circuit Court at Stahton Tues day f IJas F McKinnoy is at his farms in Clark county this week on business Deputy Sheriff 0 T Grin stead was here from Irvine Mon dayJas F McKinney bought of John W Burgher a bunch of sheep at 2 50 per head Dr R A Irvin of Clay City made av prefessional call in this section the first of the week 0 Mrs Marvin Eubank was very sick thp last of the week and Dr Littlepage was brought in consultationWe had several good rains in this section the past week and the same was badly needed by growing crops and grass as well Elder J T Turpin will occu py the pulpit at the Baptist church Saturday and Sunday mornings as supply Everybody invited to come Pastor J 0 Orawford filled his stand at the Methodist church Saturday night and Sunday morning preaching two very in teresting sermons P Al Resigned- J W Jones has resigned as postmaster at Uuion Hall after holding the office continuously for the past quarter of a century Mr Jones is now eighty years old and is a Mexican War Veteran Ho is a well qualified man for tinny kirid of business and IMS made idoahpostmaster for tho people of his vicinity during these past 25 years 4 WinfEVJ80 has beenappoint ed postmaster in his stead and will move the oflice to his place Mr Wise is also a capa- bleanddepeiidinggentleman who will keep the present good condition of the office untarnished t t THE TIMES IUuusiiED EVEIY TnunsDAY J G Burgher Publisher n L Sntscrip tion Rates 50 Cents per year in ai vance otherwise 75 Cents Enteredna secOndclnss mail matter Thursday June 30 1904 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged club rates with the following papers at price below mentioned The TIMES and CourierJournal 8100 II Cincinnati Enquirer 111 Louisville Commercial 75 Home and Farm 75 ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR SUPKRINTENDKNT OF SCHOOLS R A Irwin Sn is n candidate for tho office of Superintendent of Schools of Powell county subject to the action of tho Democratic party FOR ASSESSOR JAMES W AOOLEKY is a candidate for Assessor of Powell County subject to the action of tho Democratic party TheRoosevelt Convention The roosevelt convention under the nom de plume Republi can convention was pulled oft last week in Chicago according to the program specially prepared and approved of by the Czar The length of the formal occasion was stretched out to three days when the business could bave been attended to in thirty min utes if the boss had have wished it The result of its workings leaked out two weeks before hand and as expected Senator Fair banks was attached to the ticket for Vico President We have but one objection to the ticket or teddy rather we would like when a Democrat goes into the White House for him to be able to say In coin ing here I had to defeat a man who bore the name of gentle man But the Democratwho goes into the Presidents chair next March can not so boastfully express himself He can merely say I am President of a great country elected by the people without opposition The following lines picture Roosevelt in his own mind Acconiinplishcd as a King should be And autocratic as a Czar To hint all classes bow tho knee In spotless Washington afar And while his jealous rivals scoff He wears a smile that wont come off At 6 am he shoots a bear At 8 schools a restive horse From 10 to 4 ho takes tho air Ho doa snt take it all oCcourse And then at 5 oclock maybe Some colored man drops in to tea Dismayed All citizens who value Ameri can institutions are dismayed They see government by corpo rate corruption yielding its nat ural fruit in unbridled disorder and military tyranny The lesson of Colorado full of sinister warring is as broad as the union It concerns every man who cares for the preservation of the legal rights of the individual and it concerns every man also who cares for the maintenance of res pect for property More than that the trusts which procure or prevent legislation by pull and boodle strike at tho security of everybody elses propertyIn case will tho people continue to uphold atrust loving and atrust protecting adminis tiori Think it over 4 i The firstjjjRoosevolt and Fair banks Olubait the country was organized iii Richmond Va Sat urday night It is composed of negroes The principal speaker appointed of Customs at Charleston S 0 There is more Catarrh in this sec tion of the country than till other diseases put together and until the lust few years was supposed to be incurable Fora great many years doctors pronounced it a local disease and prescribed local remedies and by constantly failing to cure with local treatment pronounced it in curable Science has proven ca turrh to be ai constitutional disease and therefore requires constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J CHE SEY CoToIedo Ohiots the only constitutional cure on the mar ketoIt is taken internally in doses from 10 drops to u teaspoonful It acts directly on the blood and uijicous surfaces ot the system They offer one hundred dollars for any case it fails to cure Send for circulars and testimonials Address F JCUENEYCO Toledo0- Sold by Druggists 75c lake Halls Funnily Pills for constipation Ladies Only It Is Women Who Need Most Relief From Little Irri tating Pains and Aches Dr Miles AntiPain Pllla are for womenWomans delicate nervous organism tingles to the least Jarring influence and some ache or pain Is the result the is hand- Dr 3 Pills They 1111a1n on wom ans and relieve and euro she Is a martyr Headaches ncuralglao pains monthly pains and all Klndg of pains disappear as If a gentle hand had llghUy soothed them away Dizziness Rush of Blood to the head Toothache Backache are all cured by these LltUo Comforters Cured without danger of disagreeable aftereffects cured quickly cured with out unnatural action on liver stomach or other Internal organs Dr Miles AntiFain PiUs please the women and tho children take them be cause they are easy to take and soothe all their sufferings For years I had spells of sick headache at times suffering untold agonies I not endure any excitement Going to church and even visiting brought on these terrible spells I tried numerous remedies without until I tried Dr Mlles AntiPain Pills and they have cured me When I feel symp toms of sick headache I tako a pin and ward off the attack When I am tired and nervous a soothes meMRSSARAII WATKINSON Dlalr town la Price Z5o a box Never sold in bulk F + EIockageoofDrMiles Antl Trial Pain Pills the New Scientific Remedy for Pain Atso Symptom Blank Our will case tell itFreeLABORATORIES T MACHINE SHOP fILL KINDS OF Machinery Repaired We Keep li Stock Steam Fittings Belting Hose and Electrical Supplies WE ALSO BUILD Gasoline Engines In 3 5 8 and 12horsepower The best known power for farmers and others printedjsLT CHAS HAGAN nvUVamno vv- t s- I CO TO M- RSWILLIAMS FOR Clothing Fine Dress Goods Ladies Skirts Silk Waists Millinery Furnishings Mattings Mens Hats Fine Shoes Laces and Embroideries Ribbons Silks and Satins White Goods Lawns and Dimit es Ginghams Hosiery Odd Pants Chinaware Art Material Hamburgs All over Laces All over Embroideries Jewelry and I Belts Kid Gloves Nuts and Candies t o 1 MRS WILLIAMS I Clay City Ky i tI Littlepage Son 1 DRUGGISTSii aClay City Ky f i J Patent Medicines Pnints Oil Sundries Stationery and Etco 1- t Prescriptions carefully compounded i1 V 1 ior t 2HM t H rH a HOotototcocootot oo + j The Whitest White Cake f The Lightes Light RollsJAnd Flakiest Biscuit k Are Made When You TJso Pearl and Bakers Pride Flour I Take no Other Every Sack Guaranteed MANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN VERSAILLES KY 5 Sold by our Leading Merchants I g24 j t i R H CURTIS Or 1 t 1 5 Leader in General merchandise and Country Produce Maket Price paid for Railroad Ties t tix I l v Spout Spring Kentucky trry j t Your Patronage Solicited r I r c Lj hf r 1t 1 S p I I 7 hiL a THE TIMES AN ALL HOl4E MADE PAPER THURSDAY JUNE 30 1904 LOCAL BREVITIES J W McKinnoy of Winchester was here Saturday night Have you subscribed anything to the bridge fund yet If not do so at once Born to Mr Mrs Fred Ware of Vaughns Mill Wednesday I June 29 a girl Mr and Mrs Fulks of Pitts 1burg Pa visited relatives in the city several days this week The Olay City Cornet Band was called to Bowen Friday to fur nish music for the picnic at that place r Mrs Soaps and daughter Miss Mary of Lexington are guests r of the formers sister Mrs Burt rot Akers The street committee has had a substantial fence built on the lower side of the river hill lead ing to the ford at the old mill Mr and Mrs 0 G Lambdin who are visiting the latters brother Mr G D Cook at Vir den were in the city Tuesday Mrs Abagail Rogers who has been visiting her children in the city has returned home accom pained by MrsJames G Rogers and children E A Goff of Indian Fields was here yesterday on business Mr Gofl says the prospects are line so fur for good crops in his I section of Clark Miss Bertha Gaylord won the prize of a valuable ring for being the handsomest young lady in Olay City at the patent medicine f1show Saturday night The wife of James Walters of Black Oreek who was taken to the asylum at Lexington some o weeks ago has been released as cured and is now at home Monday is independence day find a notable one it will be for Clay City With the flying dutchman here it will be even more picnicish like than over tDrBertian Smith will short ly open up an office in this city Dr Smith has the reputation of being a line dentist and will doubtless get a good practice Married at the residence of tic bridesunclo Mr G P Douglas i Wednesday June 22at 6 p m I Mr Geo W Bush and Miss Dru OlJrkIUnder the careful treatment of Dr Williams Mrs Polly Nib lack is now able to go about tbe room She was in a very dun gerous condition for several weeks and atone time she was up by her family The Green Broaddus Post G A R ill hold a reunion of the old comrades atWinston Estill county Monday July 4th A number of these reunions have been hold therein recent years and all have bees successful Circuit Court adjourned at Stanton Tuesday The grand jury held on until the last day and returned 84 indictments This is double the usual number and t I I it insures a busy court for Vowel in November The Clay City Cornet Band boys have received their new uniform and will appear July 4 in same Owing to sickness we have been considerably behind with our Job WorkbutAve have about caught up again and can handle your orders promptly Dr B F Gray the traveling dentist who was with us last week did a great deal of work while here and gave satisfaction to all who had work done Th foootor is a very clever and oblig ing gentleman besides being a good dentist- The N MerrygoRound With Us Vandevier James are herewith their Flying Dutchman and giving nightly performances The night after they came ourpatent medicine show pulled up stakes and left The Dutchman will remain with us until after th Fourth House Burned The house occupied and belong ing to A Rucker took fire early afternoon Friday and was con sumed in a few minutes A grea- deal t of the household effects wer saved The fire originated from defective flue in the kitchen No insurance Taken to the Asylum Demarcus Rogers son of W S Rogers of Waltersville has been adjudged insane and taken to the asylum at Lexington He was very harmless and caused no trouble but was taken for his own benefit and it is hoped he will soon recover Brakeman Injured Walter Malony a brakeman on an L E freight fell from a car two miles this side of Beatty vill Junction Saturday morning the train passing over one foot and badly bruising the other He was taken to Lexington accompa yiied by Dr Littlepage of this city where the greatly injured member was amputated It is thought that his right foot can be youngImansave their money He is in very comfortable circumstance and was highly esteemed by his em plovers Jas F Winn a leading attor ney or Winchester has announced as a candidate for County Judge of Olarkcounty A Startling Test ITo save a life Dr T G Mer ritt of No Mehoorany Pi made a startling test resulting in a won derful cure He writes u patient was attacked with violent hemor rhages caused by ulceration of the stomach I had often found Electric Bitters excellent for acute stomach and liver troubles so I prescribed them The patient gain ed from the first and has not had an attack in 14 months Electric Bitters ire positively guaran teed for Dyspepsia Indigestiop Constipation and Kidney troubles Try them Only 50o at Swann Day Lbr CosNode Young Again One or Dr Kings New Life Pills each night for two weeks has put me in myteons againwrites D HTurnerof Dempseytown Pa Theyre the best in the world for Liver Stomach and Bowels Purely vegetable Never gripe Only 25c at Swanp Day Lbr Cos store Dr Bertlam Smith DR BERTUM flyTTU who after practicing Dentistry for eight years met with an by which his right arm was broken In three places his right thumb dislocated and his jjUnder his life was saved but ho lost tho use flf his right hand Ills long and expensive sickness took every thing Hie had He learned to write with his loft hand and for a year made his living with his left hand Dr Hyde suggested that ho go at some hard work so that he would have to use his right hand and perhaps in the course of time he would regain the use of his fingers Bo he worked in a stave factory for six months The factory shutting down unexpectedly left him oferoot hog or die He to J B Ransom 4C Co of Nashville for a job only to be told no Starting off he was stopped by Mr Wm Hartwell the manager of a box factory said I will give you work He worked five months for Mr Hartwell when he came to Clay City Not wanting to lose so encouragedIBy constant work in the box factory he regained the use of four fingers in a year Last winter he fell flathanded backeto to work nights machineryhaving both broken limbs he will at once o pen the most complete dental office in Clay City cast of Lexington Dr Smith comes of a very good fam family His father was the late Dr W articlese er was the late Dr Alexander Holden for many years Mayor of Cairo Ills and the leading dentist there His mother Mrs Annie E Smith author artist and literary leader where ever she goes now resides at Peoria Ills where she is president of the La dies Twentieth Century Club She will soon come to live with her son Dr Bertiam Smith graduated from the Cairo Ills Latin High School in 1887 He graduated from the Kentucky University Commercial College in 1888 where he received the regular and a special Diploma He graduated In 1892 from the of Dental Surgery where h liethe decree of Doctor of He will open on July 5 his birthday or on Aug 23 the sec ond year of the box factory For Sale A two story business house on 7th ave 4 lots well improved suit able for business or dwelling For further information apply to James Bloom A Sure Thing It is said taat nothing is sure ex cept death and taxes but that is not altogether true Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption is a sure cure for all lungand throat troubles Thousands can testify to that Mrs 0 B Van Metre of Shepherdtown W Va says I had a severe case of Bronchitis and for a year tried every thing I heard of but got no relief One bottle of Dr Kings New Discovery then cured me absolutely Its infallible for Croup Whooping Cough Grip Pneumonia and Con sumption Try it Its guararan teed by SwannDay Lbr Co Mer chants Trial bottles free Reg sizes fiOe 100- Desirable house for Rent A nice twostory residence in the eastern port onofthe city Will be for rent Mav 1st The house has seven rooms with pan tries and etc and all necessary out buildings For particulars call on J E Burgher at the TIMES office QuI kArlst J A Gulledgof Verbena Alai was twice in the hospital from a severe ease of piles causing 24 tumors After doctors and all reme dies failed Bucklons Arnica Salve quickly arrested further infiama tion and cured him It conquers aches and kills piain25e at Swann Day Lbr Coa story t r- iI t 4FJ l t ifr w I ++ ot + + + +HH 01 + Hot x+ tH1o2 + INSURE WITH I F A LYON 6c SON i The Loading Insurniico Agent I- ol Eantom Kentucky t Over 200000000 I Represented I knoviEvery one who knows anything about insurance they are leaders in this line Startling FactsI A1 E1 BARNETT 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 needat prices so low as to make you wonder how we got the- mEverything from i Daper of Pins to a Wedding 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 to him cal THE Winchestei Bank INCORPORATED N H WITHERSPOON Pres Capital Stock 200000 Surplus 20030 solicit the accounts of individ firms corporations 848 I I J R WEBB Tonsorial Artist CLAY CITY KY A Nice Clean Shave Fashionable Hair Cuts Shampooing all kinds of Hair Tonics You will all ways keen razors clean towels i Laundry Agency in Connection 2l Dont fai give a We uals and and find and M BAILEY Merchant and Cu- stomMILLER CLAY OITY KY Custom work six days in the week Fresh Ground Bolted steal always on hand Grinds for one elxth tole h I S J i r r Pine Ridge Uncle Jim Swope of Virden was hero Saturday- II L Twyinun of Red Bridge was heie Inst week on business Blue Fox and Whitt Azbill have been in our midst buying Iambs W V Nihlnck sold to Whitt Az bill a bunch of lambs for 5i centsI Niblftck d Bro sold to J M Ken non of Qlay City thirty hogs at 4J cents Alvin any Ace Niblack of Snow Creek visited their gmuidfather from Sntnrdny until Virden WeedAdains continues very lee ble Dr Williams was hero Monday to see the sick We are having nice growing showers and crops are fine Thos Ogden Jr of Snow Creek was hero Saturday and applied for our school John McPherson was the pleas ant guest of C C Curtis Saturday and Sunday John Parr formerly of this place but now of Cincinnati is visiting relatives here this week Mr Craig Lambdin and wife of JEllco Tenn are visiting the lat ters brother G D Cook this week Mr J W Bakers hand is slowly improving He thinks he will be able to return to his work short ly after the 4th We think from the prospects Vir den will be well represented Clay City on the Fourth by the young people and some of the older ones too North Bend Oflrii is looking fine at this writing Robert Ewen of Stanton was here Saturday Arthur Welchattended court at Stanton last week IIXPERIENC TRADE MARKSI sending a itttcn and description may quickly ascertain onr an tlonltrtctleonfldentlal I probably HANDBOOIoonPateata Iduta leeurlDjfjJAtenu receivefpaate 0Stlentific flntcricaiL handsomely weeklr iJircest cir culation at any scientific journal Jermi IS a earl tour month fL Bomb all nowtdealera mUNN CO3 I Broadway New York Uranob Offlce OH V BU Washington IIU I l The infant child of James Con lee is on the ick list Thos Welch was a business visitor it Rosslyn Saturday Wingato Anderson transacted business at Stanton Saturday Remember the box supper at the school house Saturday night Irvin Griflin passed through here Saturday on his way to Tal legaNews is scarce this week on account of every body being at work A J Yocurii of Hatcher Greek was hero on business one day last week Rev James Kirk the renown mountain evangilist will preach at Rosslyn Sunday Wingate and Grover Anderson were business visitors ntMt Ster ling oho day last week H 0 Welch will receive sub scriptions for the TIlE CLAY CITY TIMES 50 cents a year Misses Ella and Carrie Ewen Mittnie Bratton and Mr n Ew en attended the Masonci picnic at Bowen Friday Blue Boy Bowen Several of our citizens have been attending court at Stanton this week L H Howell will finish hisa second school for this school year ThursdayMr Mrs J H Howell visited at David Howells Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs Albert Ewen visited the family of Albert Ben ningfiold Sunday Elder j T Turpin filled his- regular appointment at the Baptist church SundaiJ B Rogers Jno Rogers Har rison Meadows and Ira Protflt of Xena were here Monday on bus inessRev Joe Adams of this place filled the pulpit at Martins school house Saturday night and SundayMr and Mrs Wm Crabtree and son Master Charley 0 wore the pleasant guests of Mr and Mrs J II Howell Friday We are sorry to report the death of Oharley Clay the infant son of Mr and Mrs S 0 Bar nrfrd which occurred on the 21st of cholera infantum Wo think Mrs Sylvia Russell has concluded to teach us anoth er school this coming year Mrs Russelljns taught several schools given entire satis faction Tho StC B ball team of this place which played the Olay City team Sunday report a fine game which resulted in a victory for S B the score being 5 for Clay City and 0 for StC B There was never more civil and better time in Bowen than the gathering here Friday to wit ness the celebration of St Johns Day by the Masons Odd Fellows Juniors and the daughters of Re becca They all took an active part and made the day pleasant Each order was represented oh the stand by a good speaker May Flower Genet punylistIDocn Spencer Co sold 2 SMcDonnldCor I Mr iF G Powell who was on I the grind Jrys returned home Saturday oo 1110 farmers 11010 areall rush jug to see whnnget their corn crops done first Melvin lorWn and wife visit en friends near Uowen Saturday and Sunday 1 Mrs Mollieteedwho was very is some bet ter at this writihw J A Oratlitree whois working near Lomtmrd visited his pa rents hero Saturday and Sunday J D POv m mid wife of Lit tle Sinldngj1tge county visited na the latter part of last weekvll Aunt SissieTownsend of Clay City yisited friends here several days last cek and returned home on Saturday Quite a number of peoplo from this place attended the Masonic march at Bon on the 24th All report a nice time A large nuiriber of people from this place attended church at Vinton Sunday and nil report a nice time Rev Joe Adams ad dressed the ndf mce- SkidmoroBros brought their saw mill herelwhere they have a large number f of logs to saw They will begin sawing on Gla dvs branch a few days Rosslyn LexingtonFriday Thewifp oMVin Garlin is very Writing Win Bailey representing Flood Co was here Thursday atlStantonTuesdny L Five Lion Heads cut from Lion Coffee Packages and a 2 cent stamp entitle you in to the free premiums to one vote The2ccnt stamp coy ers our to fig that your is recorded W You can sendas many esti mates as desired V A T Mansfield was nt- StnittQn Thrusday 6n business commeacoRoy Lockott transacted busi nes at Stanton one day last week x It is reported that there will be a wedding in this vicinity soon 1 Mrs W A T Mansfield visit ed relatives at Gordonton last weekA number of our people at tended the Masonic lit Bowen Friday G A Maxwell our hustling merchant attended court at Stanton last week Miss Minnie L Ewen of Slade visited here the latter part of last week teprcsentingOarter Tuesday of last week u BEST FOR THE- BOWELS thobowellenrrbowels open and be well Foreelnthoihapaof violent phyilc or plllpolion U danseroni The CANDY CATHARTIO EAT EM LIKE CANDY Sterling Remedy Company Chicago or New York KEEP YOUR FLOOD GLEAN II LbkeA Cheek gat them you estimate relatives Grand Firs of will be awarded to thee who Is nearest correct on both 6ur Fair and Presl dentist VoteCoatests We Cash Pines to Grocers Clerks Partictiluito each case of Coffee 1 r D Mr Brown r Adams JiIorford was calling on our merchants hero Thursday Mr McDowell purchasing a gout for the L E R HCo was here Thursday on Business W6 informed by good au thority that the LtC E H U Co will build a new depot heroin a short time which is needed Missing Links Lexington Ey Effective Mar 1904 KABTnorKn 2 No4 nlIySlattol1sPvLexingtoh i 746 Winchester 31h 82j L E Junction 3 23 A 837 Clqy City 950 913 023 Kosslyn 412iJi29 Natural Bridge 435 954 Torrent 440 1008 lO2Q 41 d K Janet 011 1120 Arrack onOHi 1130 WESTBOUND 3 NOL txnnIIIO K Junct 2 80 10illI- I BeattyvilleJune 320 720 Torrent 3V47 7J44 II Natural Bridge 401 8 6l- Uosslyn 822 425 Stanton If 480 828 Clan City 480 837 LE Junction 508 910 II Winchester 520 023 Ar Lexington 005 1010 NosSaml 4 make close connections for Cannel City and points on the bKDivision daily except Sunday Nos 1 and 2 connect at It A E junction with 0 A 0 for Jit Sterling and local points J R BARK alIAS SCOTT Gen Gen Pass Agt X50 000 OC CASH GIVEN AWAY to Users of LION COFFEEIn to the Regular Free Premiums how You otkeeplnthe DoOoodforfteeaampleandbooklet Addition Wotil like This rWe Have Awarded Cash to e- glhecks6at Worlds 213 people c I Presidential Vole Contest Falrcontes1t addition regular acknowledgment picnjo Prizi 500000 ono AYorlds also Gfaet3000DD6pecial Lion fsclltidg1Ic are badly Eastern 22 No 22 Stanton400 BeattyvilleJunc5ll No Manager 2000000 1 What will be the total popular vote cast for President votes for all can dictates combined at the election jk November 8 1904 fl In 1900 election 13059653 people voted SH for President For nearest correct esti Xf mates received in Woolson Spice Com mf office Toledo 0 on before w iNovember S 1004 we will igiye first prize for the nearest correct estimate second prize to the next nearest etc etc asfollows 1 First Prize sat500001 Second Prize 100000a Prizes 100000 each f 100000OPrtzea aoooo i 000001O Prlxes 10000 100000 20 Prizes 6OOO 100000CO prizes 2000 ioooOCT 250 Prisese 1000 20OOOO 1800 Prizes 6OO 900000 2130 PRIZES TOTAL S2000000 I How Would Your Name Look on One of These Checks Everybody uses codes If you will use LrON COFFEE long enough to got acquainted with It you whit besultedand tber I9nootber st chvalue for the money fill take no otherand thats whywe advertise And Thenrouwo arcusiegouradvertising money that both of usyou wewill get n benefit for your Laos Heads WE GIVE BOTH FREE PREMIUMS AND CASH PRIZES a Complete Detailed Particulars in Every Package of ION 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