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I- Y 1 j F THE CLAY 1DITY TIMES 50 Cents a Year in Advanci We are here to help Cl yci1the SnrrounJing Country an J Ourselves J fi Burgher Publisher I VOL 9 CLAY CITY KY THURSDAY JULY 71904- L NO 27 Injured by Falling From Train A man giving his name as James Wilson narrowly escaped instant death Tuesday afternoon by falling form the rear end of an L d E passenger train qear Rosslyn Wilson who was under the in flueno of liquor boarded the train at Stanton and stood on the rear platform of tho rear coach Ho is subject to fainting spells and was attacked by one of these spells shortly after tho train left Stanton He fell from tho platform to the track as the train was running at the rate of about 20 miles His face was cut badly Ho was picked up and carried on the train again but became sp violent that he had to be put off at Bowen OVERFLOW LOCALS Born to Mr and Mrs 0 W Easter Wednesday July C a sonMr and Mrs Harry Shattuck of Lexington are visiting rela tives in the city W T Stringer left Tuesday for Indiana whore he contem plates locating with his family He will be succeded inthe paint ing business in Clay City by D Sash Flooring Blinds Pickets Shingles B Simpson who has bought his hooks ladders and etc The ladies of the Powells Val ley Baptist church will give an ice cream supper at the church Saturday night the proceeds of which will go for the benefit of the church Saturday and Sun day are regular preaching days at the church The colored folks of Olay City had their picnic Monday as vertised They had a hullaba lu of a time The Charlie Holly of Indian Fields accident ally shot himself while handling a pistol Several scraps are said to have taken place during the dayThe enterprising managers of the Fourth of July picnic got out a paper called the Picnicer on their day It was a neat little sheet filled with local advertis ing and reading matter The pa per was distributed gratuitously among the people If you didnt get a copy call for at the TIMKS office Sewing machine needles at W T Webbs All makes sizes FOR SALEGood Buggy and Sad dIe Mare Mrs Frank Payne J1 ECONOMY Means Best goods at Lowest Prices This is the place you are looking forShimfessels 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 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 Merchandisethe Best Quality and Lowest PricesI The Dress Goods Department is complete in every detail the finest to be found in Clay City In the Line of Pine Footweari my stock cannot be excelledFresh Clean and UptoDate A Nice Line of Ladies Hats of the Very Latest Parisian Styles just received See them before purchasing elsewhere My prices are strictly RIGHT Goods promptly delivered to all parts of the City Phone 38 U KentuckyC Shimfessel I RBLIANGE MFG Go oJ Winchester Ky i We Manufacture cloortlCeillng Wwitherboarding- Vafandas Stairways and Etc Store Fronts ad one one nnd new I f i We are rleadquartersfor Building Paper Felt Roofing Flintoid Roofiing and Etc Send us Your EstimatesI I iProiht Shipments a- S t A r- a American Book Company Wins The state aboot bookcommission this morningTadopted for five yaars the list of school books sudmitted by the American Book Company of Cincinnati f t use in the common schools that list having received tho Votes oer one hundred of the county board of the stale Soma Flne Potatoes Mr j TjgUtterback the well known market gardener who lives on Cane Run avenue left at the Democrat office Wednesday sack of the Handsomest Irish potatoes our eyes ever beheld There were twentyfouriotatccB in the sack nnd they measured a full peck One of the potatoes measured twelve inches in circumference Mr Utter back has2 aces of these potatoes and it is claimed by everyone that he will get 1000 bushels from the two acres Haihas already sold about forty busliiat 81 per bushel mocrat Jr Tntt to the Minute is the wayjyour watch should keep time If iMdoesnt it needs fix ing You s lOuld take it to W T Webb at one and have him repair it for youA guarantee of one year goes with aUj work An Ordinance Whercasfii Lexington k Eeastern Bailwnyhea etc4anflverlii Jil bridge across their lind of railroad in the town of Clay City with the understanding that the present grade crossing at tho eastern end of thecut of said railroad through said city should bo closed up thereforeBe by the Board of Coun cil of Clay City That the Street Committees report of acceptance of said overhead crossing be now accepted and that said over head crossing bo hereafter be kept in repair and maintained by said city and that the grade crossing at said rail road at the eastern end of the cut in said city bo now closed J H TERRY Attest JE BURGHER Mayor Clerk i An Ordinance Whereas there is a general demand for a Jiridge crossing Red river at some point entering Clay City by our citizens and- Whereas the same seems to be of great necessity tothe proper growth of our city Therefore Be it Resolved that this body take definite action by providing for tho con struction of suchitructure through tho manifestation of interest on tho part of citizen in a substantial way To this end the ordlnnnco b low follows The City Council of Clay City Ky do ordain as follows Sec I That 1000 of tho revenue coming Into tho City Treasury during the remainder of tho year 1004 shall bo set aside for thoc nstruction of an iron bridge crossing Red river at or near the present crossing at Waltcrsvillo tho samo to bo used for no other purpose save that of constructing the bridge provided however that this amount is supplemented by a cash subscription of from 1000 to 81500 to bo paid at a time when the Council may elect and the bridge is assured Sue II That a certain per cent of all collections frointaxes or otherwise may bo hold as reserve In Treasury to pay balance the city nay owe on bridge Sec III That when the amount provided for above Is subscribed and made good tho Mayor and Clerk are author ized to advertise forbids for the con structonof said bridge and award or reject same with the approval of the councilThis ordinance shall bo in full forco and effect from and after publication J H TERRY Attest J B Burgher Mayor fev Clerk YNS rFm r ralT- 7 44elt Irvine Items Irvine Herald Bornto Mr and Mrs Hugh Riddell on the 14th inst a girl Born to Mr and Mrs R A Smothers on the 24th inst at Millers Creek a 11 pound boy It was reported hero yesterday that J B Rice a prominent farmer of Station Camp was at the point of death His illness is presumably caused by eating peas causing cholera morbus S R D K Watson aged 82 years died at his home at Cobb Hill Saturday after a lingering illness of several months He was a prominent citizer having served many years as magistrate in the Millers creek precinct al so as deputy sheriff for the coun ty He was tno father of many children Seedless Apples on Exhibition Several bushels of seedless ap pIes from Colorado are on exhibi tion at tho Worlds Fair This im proved seedless apple like the seed less orange in tlier esult of the sci entific work of horticulturists The apple tree is blossomless and the fruit is free from worms and hardy enough to endure the severest frost The blossomless feature of the new tree is one of its most striking pe culiarities and will make it a favorite with fruit growers especially in cold climates Already seedless apple nurseries have been started in several States and seedless ap pie buds are in great demand Desirable House for Sale We have listed with us a desira ble twostory residence with four 25 x 120 feet lots located in the upper portion of town This house contains 7 roome with the required out buildings Is a nice home for some one with little money For particulArs call At this office The National Democratic Con vention is in session at SL Louis and the outlook is very favora CIIURCH DIRECTORY Baptist Church Salem first Satur day morning and Sunday following El der J T Turpin supply Powells Valley second Saturday Sunday El der Turpin pastor Bowen fourth Sat urday and Sunday Elder J T Turpin pastorChristian Church Services at Clay City fourth Sunday Elder L J Rey holds pnstor Hardwicks creek third Sunday Methodist Church Rev J 0 Craw ford pastor first Sunday preaching at Clay City morning and evening and sec ond and fourth Sunday nights second Sunday at Hardwicks creek in the morning and Saturday night preceding Third Sunday at Shiloh and evening fourth Sunday preaching at Jacksons Chapel in the morning ana on Saturday night beforo Sunday school at all tho churches Presbyterian Church Sovices atClay City tho Sunday at Stanton tho fourth Preaching at each place both morning evening Rev A Irvin pastor Black Creek Lime Works R S NOEL ProprietorC- LAY CITY KY UnslackendLimany quanti ty Will sell to dealer or consumer at Lowest Prices Will deliver at Clay City or sell at the kilns 050 Lime 05 cents per barrel at the kilos or 75 cents delivered at Clay City 1 4Iramw 4 t NowIheedAre You far Must you hold the book or paper at arms length to get theproper 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 WEBB Optician e The Balance i jWheel I Look Inside your watch a moment The balance wheel is making 18000 J vibrations nn hour if in good condition If the movement is slug J gish theres something wrong will move 3558 miles in a year and Jrequires less than onetenth of a drop of oil to make it run But it needs J that little badly The least degree of friction on the bearings alters m the motion Dont take chances Let me clenn nnd oil and put your watch in order for a year It will pay and satisfy yo- usWEBB the Jeweler CLAY CITY Married Life is likely to be happier for those I young folks who providing for the future open a Savings AcIcount If you will call at our office we shall be pleased to explainI to you the workings of our Savings Department REMEM HER that we pay 3 per cent interest compounded every six months on savings deposits Clay City National Bank Clay City Ky Wm SMETHERS WALTERSVILLE KY Tonsorial Artist v First class UptoDate work at reasonable charges 30 PROFESSIONAL CARDS NLNNLNN4INMNNN NN1 M1Nlhnltl11VN Dr C B DICKSON DENTISTC- LAY CITY KY R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OLAY CITY KY B LlTTLEPAOE M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY B R SMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY l j 1 THE CLAY telTY TIMESI 50 Cents a Year In advance We are here to help Clay City the SnrrounJing Country and Ourselves J fi Burgher Publisher I VOL 9 CLAY CITY KY frEUKSDAY JULY 7 1901 NO 27 L M Injured by Falling From Train A man giving his name as James Wilson narrowly escaped instant death Tuesday afternoon by falling form the rear end of an L d E passenger train clear Rosslyn Wilson who was under the in fltieno of liquor boarded the train at Stanton and stood on the rear platform of the rear coach He is subject to fainting spells and was attacked by one of these spells shortly after the train left Stanton He fell from the platform to the track as the train was running at the rate of about 20 miles His face was cut badly He was pickedup and carried on the train again but Became sp violent that ho had to be put off at Bowen OVERFLOW LOCALS Born to Mr and Mrs 0 W Eater Wednesday July C a sunMr and Mrs Harry Shattuck of Lexington are visiting rela tives in the city W T Stringer left Tuesday for Indiana where he contemplates locating with Ins family He will be succeded inlhe paint ing business in Clay City by D Sash floors Ceiling Etc Store Fronts B Simpson who bought his hooks ladders and etc The ladies of the Powells Val ley Baptist church will give an ice cream supper at the church night proceeds of which will go for the benefit of the church and Sun day are regular days at the church The colored folks of Clay City had their picnic as ad vertised had a hullaba lu of a time The Charlie Holly of Indian accident ally shot himself while a pistol Several scraps are said to have taken place during the dayThe enterprising managers of the Fourth of July picnic got out a paper called the Pic nicer on their day It was a neat little sheet filled with local advertis ing and matter The pa per was gratuitously among the people If you didnt get a copy call for at the TIMES office Sewing machine needles at W T Webbs All makes nnd sizes I SALE Good Buggv and Sad dle Mare Mrs Frank Payne ECONOMYoi Means goods at Lowest Prices This is the place you are looking forShimfessels old stand 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 mycustom ers My stock is large and fresh embracing found in the line of General the Best Quality and Lowest PricesI The Dress Goods Departmenti- s complete in every detail the finest to be found in Clay City In the Line of Fine Footwear my stock cannot be excelled Fresh Clean and UptoDate A Nice Line Ladies Hats of the Very Latest Parisian Styles just received See them before elsewhere My prices are strictly RIGHT Goods delivered to all parts of the City Phone 38 sr f KentuckyC Shimfessel I r RBLIANG MFG Go Winchester Ky We MdQUfacture Flooring Blinds Weatherboarding Vnfandas Pickets Stairways Shingles and has Saturday the Saturday preaching Monday They one Fields handling reading distributed one Fou Best Enjoying everything Merchandise of purchasing promptly We are Headquarters for Building Paper r v Felt Roofing Flintoid Roofiing and Etc Sendus Your Estimates I IProiVit Shipmentsr l d American Book Company Wins The state spool bookcommission this mornin adopted for five years the list of sudmittedwby the Ame Cincinnati for use in the common schools that list having received the votes over one hundred of the county boatdeof the state SomejFine Potatoes Mr J T Utterback the well known market gardener who lives on Cane avenue left at the Democrat office Wednesday a sack of the Handsomest Irish potatoes our eyes ever beheld There were twentyfourjiOtatoEB in the sack and they mete used a full peck One of the potatoes measured twelve inches in circumference Mr Utter back has2 acres of these potatoes and it is claimed by everyone that he will get 1000 bushels from the two acres He + hhas already sold about forty bushels at 81 per bushel Harrodsburg Democrat True to the Minute is the way ur watch should keep time If itfdoesnt itUneeds fix ing You s lOuld take it to W T Webbat one r and have him repair STit guarantee of one year goes with all work WKAn Ordinance Whereas ftjt Lexington Eeastern Railway ctofhndverluctl bridgo across their liofrailroad In the town of Clay City with the understanding that the present grade crossing at tho eastern eml of the cut of said railroad through said city should be closed up thereforeBe by the Board of Council of Clay City That the Street Committees report of acceptance of said overhead crossing be now accepted and that said overhead crossing bo hereafter be kept in repair and maintained by said city and that the grade crossing at said rail road at the eastern end of tho cut in said city be now closed J H TERRY Attest JE BURGHER Mayor Clerk An Ordinance Whereas there is a general demand for a bridge crossing Red river at some point entering Olay City by our citizens and- Whereas the same seems to be of great necessity totho proper growth of our city Therefore Be it Resolved that this body take definite action by providing for the con struction of suchstructure through the manifestation of interest on tho part of citizen in a substantial way To this end the ordlnanco blow follows The City Council of Clay City Ky do ordain as follqws Sec I That 1000 of the revenue coming into the City Treasury during the remainder ofiiie year 1004 shall bo set aside for thoc nstruction of an iron bridge crossing Red river at or near tho present crossing at Waltcrsvillo the same to be used forgo other purpose save that of constructing the bridge provided however that this amount is supplemented by fy cash subscription of from 1000 to 81500 to be paid at a time who the Council may elect and the bridge is assured Sec II That a certain per cent of all collections frorataxes or otherwise may be held as reserve in Treasury to pay balance the ci tY 11ay owe on bridge Sec III That when tho amount provided for above is subscribed and made good the Mayor andjOlerk are author ized to advertise forbids for the con struction of said bridge and award or reject sand with the approval of the councilThis ordinance shall bo in full force and effect from and after publication J H TERRY Atfeet J E Burgher Mayor f Clbrk i ftp WtcIt Irvine Items flrvlne Herald Bornto Mr and Mrs Hugh Riddell on the 14th inst a girl Born to Mr and Mrs R A Smothers on the 24th inst at Millers Creek a 11 pound boy It was reported hero yesterday that J B Rice a prominent farmer of Station Camp was at the point of death His illness is presumably caused by eating peas causing cholera morbus S R D K Watson aged 82 years died at his home at Cobb Hill Saturday after a lingering illness of several months He was a prominent citizer having served many years as magistrate in the Millers creek precinct al so as deputy sheriff for the coun ty He was the father of many children Seedless Apples on Exhibition Severel bushels of seedless ap ples from Colorado are on exhibi tion at the Worlds Fair This im proved seedless apple like the seed less orange in tlier esult of the scientific work of horticulturists The apple tree is blossomless and the fruit is free from worms and hardy enough to endure the severest frost The blossomless feature of the new tree is one of its most striking pe culiarities and will make it a favorite with fruit growers especially in cold climates Already seedless apple nurseries have been started in several States and seedless ap pIe buds are in great demand Desirable House for Sale We have listed with us a desira ble twostory residence with four 25 x 120 feet lots located in the upper portion of town This house contains 7 roome with the required out buildings Is a nice home for some one with little money For particulArs cAll At this office The National Democratic Con vention is iiv session at SL Louis and the outlook is very favora CHURCH DIRECTORY Baptist Church Salem first Satur day morning and Sunday following El dl1rJ T Turpin supply Powells Val ley second Saturday Sunday El der Turpin pastor Bowen fourth Sat urday and Sunday Elder J T Turpin pastorChristian Church Services at Clay City fourth Sunday Elder L J Reynolds pastor Hardwicks creek third Sunday Methodist Church Rev J 0 Craw ford astor first Sunday preaching at Clay City morniugand evening andsec- ond and fourth Sunday nights second Sunday at Hardwicks creek in the morning and Saturday night preceding Third Sunday at both morning and evening fourth Sunda at Jacksons Chapel in tho morningand on Saturday night before Sunday school at all tho churches Presbyterian Church Soviccs atClay tho Sunday Ut Stanton the fourth Preachin3at each place both morning an evening Rev A Irvin pastor Black Creek Lime Works R S NOEL ProprietorC- LAY 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 65 cents per barrel at the kilns or 75 cents delivered at Clay City I 4 Ic Ft1I i A ble for Judge Parker of New York Are You far Sighted Must you hold the book or paper at arms length to get the 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 WEBB Optician The Balance- Wheel S Look Inside your watch amoment The balance wheel is making 18000 vibrations on hour If its in good condition If the movement Is sluggish theres something wrong It will move 3658 miles in a year and 5 requires less than onetenth of a drop of oil to make it run But it needs J that little badly The least degree altersthemotion 5 me clenn and oil and put your watch J in order for a year It will pay and satisfy you WEBB the Jeweler CLAY CITY u m Married Life is likely to be happier for those I young folks who providing for the future open a Savings AcI countItIf you will call at our officeIwe shall be pleased to explamI to you the workings ofour Savings Department REMEM BER that we pay 3 per cent interest compounded every six months on savings deposits S Clay City rational Sank Clay City Ky o e Wm SMETHERS WALTERSVILLE KY Tonsorial Artist v First class UptoDate work at reasonable charges 30 PROFESSIONAL CARDS- ININININNMIN1IM1MJNIN MMIIY11IIIIIIIIN Dr C B DICKSON DENTISTC- LAY CITY KY R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON I OLAY CITY KY B LlTTLEPAOE M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OLAY OITY 0 KY B R SMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITYKY i GOOD FLOUR Is the foundation of successful Bread Making Pastry Making Good Cooking The housewife who has been long ing 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 EG Mansfield Son IIOBSLYN KY SPOUT SPRING Several from this place attend ed the big picnic at Clay City Monday Marvin Eubank was in Win chester last week on a business fissions Mrs Eva Eubank visited relatives in Clark county a few days this week Mr Joseph P Wright Mt Friday for a visit to relatives in Madison county Mrs Belle Burgher and chil dren spent the day in Olay City Friday with her sister Tom Prewitt of near Winchester visited relatives here several days last week Moses McKinney and Rucker Lewis of near Mt Sterling vis ited relatives here several days the past week Whitt Azbill was here last week and received a number of lambs which he had previously contracted for at five cents per pound A very good crowd was pres ent at the services at the Bap tist church Sunday morning Bro Turpin will supply for the church again at the regular meeting the first Saturday and Sun day in August Miss Eula Wilson of Waco has secured our school and began teaching Tuesday with the average attendance Miss Eul is a good teacher and the pros pects are fine for a successful school this year With a six months term instead of five there should bo considerable advancement over the work of for mer years Sammy Embs who has the new mail contract from this place began his duties Saturday Mr Embs is very well please- with the job But wait until the miserable roads appear this winter and wo venture to say he will be of an altogether different mindQuarterly meeting will be held at the Methodist Church near this place Saturday July 16 and preaching on Sunday fol lowing Pastor Orawford as sisted by Rev W B Ragan of Irvine will hold a protracted meeting at the same church beginning on Monday night Ju ly 11 THE TIMES PUBLISHED EVEUY THUBSDAT J B Burgher Publisher Subscription RatesSO Cents per year in ad ranec otherwise 75 Cents Entered us secondclass mail matter Thursday July 71904 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 II Cincinnati Enquirer 110 11 Louisville Commercial 76 t Home and Farm 75 ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR SUPERINTENDENT OP SCHOOLS R A IKVIN Sn is a candidate for the oilico of Superintendent of Schools of Powell county subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR ASSESSOR JAMES AV WOOLERY is a candidate for Assessor of Powell County subject- to the action of the Democratic party FOR JAILOR GEORGE STEPHENS of Stnnton is a candidate for Jailor of Powell county subject to the action of the Democratic party In this issue will bo found the announcement of Mr Geo Ste phens of Stanton for jailer of Powellcounty subject to the ac tion of the Democratic party Mr Stephens is a very clever gen tleman and a fine Democrat one who never scratches a ticket The party would make no mis take in nominating such a gen tleman as Mr Stephens He has a large following and will make a strong fight for the nomination and which if he receives will in sure his election next fall After all the hard fight against the American Book Company they are to furnish the schoolbooks in this State for another five years This book company has been robbing the people of Kentucky for a long time and when it comes to a pinch they are willing to cut their prices in two in order to hold tile trade To us it looks like this company should not have been given the contract as a matter of retalia tion for the excessive prices chargrd our people in the past i Merger of the L 6 E Negotiations for one of the big gest railroad deals ever contemplated in Kentucky in recent cityayesterday and which began as a result of the formation of theOhes apeake Ohio Railway in Ken tucky decided upon by the direc tors of that company at their re cent meeting in Ashland If these negotiations should be a success the 0 0 will own and control one of the best railroad systems in the State bydcom panies involved in the deal and consummated the change will take place just as soon as the new union depot has been built in this city That the depot will bo built seems to be an assured fact and made known by reasons of these negotiations As aamat ter of fact the building of a new union depot is contemplated in the deal f The deal has for its primary object the absorption by the Chesapeake Ohio railway company of the Lexington Eastern and 1J the Ohio arid Kentucky railroad companies The former runs from this citysto JJackson and the latter operated by thoLexington Eastern runs under a differ ent corporation and plies between Jackson and Oannol Oity Lexington Ifemocrat iop Reward 100 Tho readers of this paper will be pleased to learn thnt there is at least ono dreaded disease that science has been able tocrcin all its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires constitutional treat ment Halls Catarrh Curtis taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system thereby destroying the foundation of the disease and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature is doing its work The pro prietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they offer one hundred dollars for any case it fails to cure Send for list of testimonials Address F J CHENEY CQ Toledo 0 Sold by Druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for con stipation Ladies Only It Is Women Who Need Most Relief From Little Irri tating Pains and Aches Dr Mlles AntiPain PlUs are for womenWomans delicate nervous organism tingles to the least jarring Influence and some ache or pain la the result The remedy is at hand Dr Miles AntiPain Pills They net most martpnously on worn ana nervous otg11nlsnt and rilJeve and cure tho to which shoo is a martyr- headaches neurnl lao pains monthly pains and all kinds of pains disappear as if a genUs hand had lightly soothed them away Dizziness Rush of Dlood to the head Toothache Backache are all cured by these Little Comforters Cured without danger of disagreeable after efects lured quickly cured with out unnatural action on liver stomach or other internal organs Dr Mlles AntiPain Pills please the women and the children take them be causo they are easy to take and soothe all their sufferings For years I had spells of side head ache at times suffering untold agonies I could enduro any excitement Going to church and even visiting brought on these terrible spells I tried numerous remedies without relief until I tried Dr Miles AntiPain Pills and they havo cured mo When I feel symptoms of sick headache I take a pill and ward oft the attack When I am tired and nervous ap111 soothes moMRSBARAH WATIUNSON Blalratown la Price 25o n box Never sold in bulk FREE IPackaJoPain Pills the New Scientific Remedy for Pain Also Symptom Dlank Our Specialist will diagnose your tell you what la how to right It Free DR MILES MEDICAL CO LABORATORIES ELKHART WD MACHINE SHOP fiLL KINDS OF MachinerY1Repaired We Keep IIStocl Steam Fittfygs Belting Hose and Electrical Supplies WE ALSO IBUILD Gasoline EnginesI- n I 3 5 8 and ISjtiorae power The best known power for farmers and others printedisL T CHAS UHAGAN ywn v v it i1 a 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 Odd Pants Chinaware Art Material Hamburgs All ovpr Laces All over Embroideries Jewelry and Belts Kid Gloves Nuts and Candies MRS WILLIAHS Clay City Ky Littlepage Son DRUGGISTS Clay City Ky V Patent Medicines Paints Oil Sundries Stationery and Etc Prescriptions carefully compounded The Whitest White CakerThe Lightes Light Rolls r1 And Flakiest Biscuit i j Are Mucle Whoa You TJso Pearl and Bakers Pride Flour Take no Other Every Sack Guaranteed KYIMANUFACTURED BY J ACAlN VERSAILLES Sold by our Leading Merchants 724 rfjt j t RH CURTIS d Leader in 11j General MerchandiseF and Country Produce ty fSpoutr your Patronage Solicited t f 1 THE TIMES I AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER THURSDAY JULY 7 1904 LOOAIJBREVITIES Mr J M Welch of KbSslyn was in the city Monday The largest blackberry crop of recent years is now beginning to ripen in this section p Samuel Ginter of Union Hall was transacting business in the city the first of the week J J Conner of Austerlitz Bourbon county came up for a short Visit to friends Monday Dr Lemming of Stanton was down Tuesday and stopped for a brief call at the TIMES office Mrs Sylvia Russell of Bowen is spending a few days with friends at the Central Hotel W S Niblack of Winchester visited his mother Mrs Polly Niblack tlie last of the week I Misses Susie and Lucy Will hums of Jackson are visiting their aunt Mrs Burrel Akers Dr 0 D Mansfield of Stan ton was in the city Monday and gave the TIMKS a very agreeable call Mrs Alma Sams little son and daughter Miss Jodella of Winchester are visiting relatives in the city Mrs J W McKinney and daughter Maud of Winchester- ars visiting friends and relatives here this week 1 Dorris Mize and sister Miss 7 Lizzie are visiting their auntI t Mrs Mattie B Day at Frozen F Breathitt county Mr Orra Snowden and Miss Helen Bennett were married in this city Saturday July 2 Rev 11 A Irvin officiating Rev Logan Irvin of Georgia left Thursday for his home after n visit of several days to his fath er Rev n A Irvin We have had several nice show ers of rain the past week It had become very dry in this immedi ate section and rain was very badly needed Dr Bailey for a number of years pastor of the Baptist church at Winchester has accepted a call to the pastorate of the church at Shelby ville Judge L G Wills of Sage was in the city the first of the week Judge is a good man and is thinking of entering the race for conty Judge again Prof W R Eubank formerly principal of the Clay City Grad ed School and who now holds that pos ti m over the school at Midway was in the city Monday The game of ball played in the ball park Monday between StantonBowen and Clay City re sulted in the defeat of the for mer team by a score of ten to oneMajor J B Blackburn of Stan ton agent for the celebrated light running Milwaukee mower was in the city yesterday putting upsome machines that he had sold I Elder D G Combs the moun tnin evangelist will assist Pastor i Yo i I t L J Reynolds in a protracted meeting at the Christian church beginning Monday night July 18th The L S E refused to run the regular morning trainfrom Jackson Monday It was done to prevent the toughs of the moun tains from coming below and causing trouble Improved Alain Service The mail line from here to Un ion Hall has changed time Instead of leaving Clay City early in the morning as formerly it now waits for the up tram mail in the morning This is a con siderable improvement Fatalities of The Fourth The celebration of the glorious Fourth by the American people Monday resulted in a smaller number of fatalities than in for mer years Only eleven deaths resulted 1107 were injured and the total property loss by fire was 161000The Teachers Institute The Powell County Teachers Institute will be held at Stanton next week beginning Monday morning All teachers holding certificates in the county are re quired to attend Prof W R Eubank of Midway who taught the institute last year will con duct it again this year It is be lieved that this session will be a most profitable one The Church Directory Throughrequest we begin this week running a church directory for the benefit of the Christian people We wish to add to the list all churches in the county and in the vicinity of Clay City If your church is not in the list tell us the date of appointments aid the pastor and we will be glad toadd same We dont aim to slight any denomination or church The Picnic The picnic passed off very qui etly Monday July 4th A very large crowd was here and everybody seemed to enjoy themselves But little trouble was experienc ed during the day by the peace officers though several were plac ed in the lockup Tho Flying Dutchman was busy and afforded much merriment for the old mid dleaged and young A shower of rain coming up in the after noon checked the progress of the enjoyment The crowd is estimated at two thousand people and there must have beer that number hero A Startling Test To save a life Dr T G Mer ritt of No Mehoopany Pa made a startling test resulting in a won derful cure He writes a patient was attacked with violent hemor rhages caused by ulceration of the stomach I had often found Elec tric Bitters excellent for acute stomach and liver troubles so I prescribed them The patient gain ed from the first und has not had an attack in 14 months Electric Bitters are positively guaran teed for Dyspepsia Indigestion Constipation and Kidney troubles Try them Only 50c at Swann Day Lbr Cos Made Young Again One of Dr Kings New Life Pills each night for two weeks has put me in my teens again writes D H Turner of Dempseytown Pa Theyre the best in the world for Liver Stomach and Bowels Purely vegetable Never gripe Only 25c at SwannDay Lbr Cop store The TIMES office was flooded withcallers Mondaypicnic day which we greatly appreciated but it would require too much space to make personal mention of each one of them We receiv ed a number of new subscribers on that day to help swell our al ready large subscription list IMPROVED TRftlrl SERVICE Offered by the Henderson Route be tween Louisville and St Louis Commencing Sunday June 20th Ken tuckys popular line the Henderson Route will inaugurate a safe and Fast Day service between Louisville and St Louis In each direction and will im prove the time and equipment generally of all trains between these points These daily trains will be operated in each direction on the following safe schedules between Louisville and St LouisLeave Louisville 830 a m 000 pm and 7 00a m Arrive StLouis 616 p in 720 am and 610 pm The equipment is brand new Just from the shops of the most modern vestibule pattern and is as fine as on any train operatinfl in or out of Ken tucky The 830 n m train through without change of cars will be composed of Pullman Observation Parlor Cars Free Reclining Chair Cars Dinnihg Cars and high back seat passenger coaches The 000 p m train through without change of cars will consist of Pullman Sleeping cars Free Reclining clmirCars and high back seat passenger coaches The 700 a m train will have Parlor Cars Dinning Cars and high back seat passenger coaches The Dinning Cars on day trains will serve meals a la carte you pay only for what you get All trains will leave from and arrive in the Seventh Street Union Depot Lousville arriving at and departing from the magnificent new Union Stat ion St Louis In purchasing you tickets to St Lou is or to points west ask the agent for tickets via Louisville and the header son Route lIe will have them in stock and will be glad to ticket you that way You will be satisfied In evers respect with the accommodation and safe train service that is offered by this line which JiasbarxL totmed the Official Route for KentddekiansFor 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 Discovers for Consumption is a sure cure for all lung and throut troubles Thousands can testify to that Mrs 0 B Van Metre of Shepherdtown W Va says I had a severe case of Bron chitis and for a year tried every thing I heard of but no relief One bottle of Dr Icings New Dis covery 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 50c 8100 Desirable Mouse for Rent A nice twostory residence in the eastern portion of the 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 Burgherat the TIMES office Quick Arrest J A Gulledge of Verbena Ala was twice in the hospital from a severe case of piles causing 24 tu more After doctors and all reme dies failed Bucklehs Arnica Salve quickly arrested further inflama tion and cured him It conquers aches and kills pain 25o at Swnnn Day Lbr Cos store f r INSURE WITH P A LYON SON Thc Lending Insurance AgfontH of Eastern lientuelcy-v Over 200000000 Represented Every one who knows anything about insurance know they are leaders in this line Startling Facts I AI Ee BARNETT i SON Set the Pace and Hold the Lead With our Mammoth Store filled from bottom to top with Nice New Clean Standard Goods bought in the best mar kets of the East We can supply you with any thing you need at prices so low as to make you wonder how we got the- mEverything from 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 ut 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 him a THE INCORPORATED N H Pres Capital Stock 20030 We solicit the accounts of individ v uals firms and corporations 84 ct s J R CLAY CITY KY A Nice Glean Shave Fashionable Hair Cuts Shampooing und all kinds of Hair Tonics You will all ways find keen razors und clean towels in OonnectionI 23Dontfai to give callI Winchester Bank WITIIERSPOON 200000 Surplus WEBB Tonsorial Artist Laundry Agency 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 one sisth tole z North Bend James naB of Bowen was here Monday of last week Dr 0 D Mansfield was a med ical visitor here Thursday Several of our young people spent Monday at Clay City Thos Welch has completed har vesting his wheat crop the only one in the county Weeden Ewen of Lamonto Mo visited P H Ewen and family a few days last week The New Dominion Oil Gas Company was hero one day last week surveying a pipe line Rev James Kirk the well known mountain evangilist con ducted religious services at Ros slyn Sunday morning Blue Boy Rosslyn Roy Lockett visited relatives in Lexington Monday Several of our citizens spent Monday at Natural Bridge Frank Earnest the lumber man was here one day last week W A T Mansfield transacted business at Lexington Wednes dayJ M Ramsey the v lumber King was here last week on bus inessJ R Barr of Lexington was here a short time ono day last weekThe New Dominion Oil Gas Co has abandoned their search for oil on the farm ofG A Max well The Now Dominion Oil Gas r Co struck a small flow of oil at a t MBS CECELIA STOWE Orator Entre Nous Club 176 Warren Avenue CHICAGO ILL Oct 22 1002 For nearly four 1 suffered from ovarian troubles The doc tor insisted on an operation as the only to well I operationMyas I for home a sick- woman is a disconsolate at best A friendly druggist advised him to get a of Cardui me to and he did so I began toimprooUlafewdays and myrecoverywasverrapid With I was another being Mrs Stowes letter shows yfemaleWino of Cardui cures that sick ness and brings health and happi suffering secure a 100 bottle of Wine of Cardui WINEoIClADUJ 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE L TRADE MARKS DESIGNS I YlIGIf1l4cAnyonequtcklI our re m invention probably pateHANOBUOXonPatents lion atrlct y conlldentiaL spYawlnotkelthogccharaain tile A co patentl rI18 Scientific flmcricait A handtomolr Illustrated weeklr MIlt elr culatloo ot soy clentlao Terms 13 a ear ffour months 1 SO14byallnewadealere4 iUNit COae1Rtdsdaar Hew York Omce t 6 II 814 D f lor depth of 450 feet on the farm of G A Maxwell Missing Jiuhey FROM ANOTnUK CORRESPONDENT Talk with R 0 Welch about the pop Business O O Ewen of North Bond was hero Monday on business H L Hunter went to Cane Creek Wednesday on business John Lowo has accepted a po sition with Fletcher McGlon- eMissDaisyDerickson is visit ing relatives at Lexington this weekIt reported now that there will soon be a wedding at this placeH T Ewen transacted business in Lexington Saturday for J Roy Lockett A chicken supper wasv given east of Rosslyn Monday night in honor of H T Ewen Mrs Algen Faulkner of Lex ington is visiting her sister Mrs J M Welch this week Some young man fell from the L E passenger train west of Rosslyn Wednesday and was bad ly bruised Mrs Arminda Gulett of Haz ard who has been visiting Z T Hall for the past month has re turned home Darlingsville Mrs Cash Wood visited her children at this place Saturday People are very busy in their crops which are badly needing rainMiss Ida Wellswont to Win chester Thursday to spend nweek with relatives George Wells and son purchas ed a pair of mules from Benny McKinney for 140 00 Luther Hamilton of Winchester spent last Wednesday with his uncle George W Wells Mrs Eppie Smothers gave birth to an eight pound girl Thursday Mother and child doing nicely The ladies of this community will give an ice cream supper at Powells Valley Saturday night Everydody invited Some unknown thief or thieves visited Uncle Jim Whites chicken roost Friday night and stole twelve chickens Jasper Todd and wife of Ruck erville visited the latters pa rents a few days week before last Miss Annie Burgher returned home with them to spend a few days Kimbrell A large crowd passed hero Monday going to Clay City to the picnicDaniel F Blanton went to Winston Monday to spend the Fourth Mosie McKinney fine Rucker Lewis were in this vicinity Tues day evening Mrs Ann Patrick of this place is visiting her sister Mrs E 1 Lane of Somerset Ky Mr and Mrs Mart Williams of near Iron Mound visited MrsI Jane Orsboruo the first of the week Mrs Charles Shepherd of Garrard counyt was visiting her sister Mrs John W Tuttle the first of the week The funeral of Joel Rison will be preached at Jacksons Chapel tn next Saturtingtat 10 oclock by Rev J 0 Crawford i Rev W Btltngati of Irvine will begin a meeting at Jacksons Chapel next Monthly night which willcontinue through the week Miss Dorsie Stockton begin the public school at this place Tuesday with fairly good attend anco This is time third term for Miss Dorsie at this place v Mr and Mrs Irvine Burton of College Hill visited Mrs Bur tons mother lAuutI Martha Harris and other relatives near Kimbrell from Friday until Mon day 1 GenetIt Albert Bowenof Knox was here Saturday p Aunt Mary Johnson ofx Clay City is visiting friends here James Reed attended church at Mountain Springs Sunday Mrs Ann Smyth is visiting friends at Clay oity this week G M Knox and wife of Knox are visiting at YyO Martins this week ff Geo Smyth of Little Sinking Lee county wash re on business Friday r Blackberries have begun to ri lien and the crop isvery good in these partsIMr and Mrs G A Crabtreo were guests of J P Orabtree and family Friday W F Smyth and wife of near Knox are visitingat James Mc Coys this week J Mrs J H Mullens of Lom bard visited friends herO Satur day and Sunday wA r 5 I rThe new mail carrier at this place 0 B Hatton began his service last Saturday J A Crabtree accompanied by J H Howell of bowen went to Stanton Saturday on business Rev Than Spencer of Breath itt county was the guest of his brother Doc R Spencer lost Saturday and and held services at Chop Chestnut school house no Monday thedth There was a large crowd of listeners all of whom gave their best jit tonHon itf Furnace Master John Lyle was at Gree Jk ly Sunday Jwi Mrs Weeden Ti p visited Mrs Patrick Sunday- G D Howell went to New town Friday on business Mrs J B Rogerwill begin her school here Monday Mr and Mrs Chi visited relatives atFatcltburgSat IfISeveral from this place attend ed church at Mountain Springs Sunday BEST FOR THE- BOWELS thebowelbowel open and be well Force In the shape of violent 0 or pill poison It The keepingtheCANDY OATHARTIOr l 1 T CANDYPleatant Do Good Nerer 8lokn Weaken or Gripe 10 M and bookItonhealpa6ttrIing Remedy Company Chicago or Nw York KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN r TM 4ate fl Miss Nortio Bhllinssvisited Misses Carra and Besso Burned SundltY Messrs Burk Billings and Walter Shouse attended church at Knowlton Sunday Miss Lou M Holman of Knowl ton visited Miss Mabel F Now kirk Saturday night Mrs Mollie Wironmn and lit tle daughter Jessie visited Mrs L W Bratton Sunday Miss Minnie Bratton of North Bend visited relatives here and at Fitchburg last week Mr and Mrs Grandon Howell visited Mr and Mrs Wooden Howellat Fitchburg Sunday Mr and Mrs Elijah Baker of Dripping Springs visited Mr and Mrs Alvin Case Saturday night Mrs Sallio Ann Sherdan who has been very low with a com plication of diseases at the home of her daughter is slowly improving Our Bridge Fund The Clay City Council hnsdecide ed to builds bridge across Red Riv er at tfaltersville and has uppro priated 1000 for this purpose The bridge will cost about SiiOOO To get the bridge it is necessary to raise a neat sum by Subscription To this end the following persons have subcribed the amounts set op posite their names- LovelandGarrett Co 5000 J n Eaton 10000 W S Rogers 2500 It C Warmouth 2500 A E Barnett Son 2500 D R Daniel 2500 Jas B Halli 2500I John 11 Kennbn l 4 i25QO CLAY CJTYTIMKS it 2500 DrD Littlepage j t1000G- eo WClark V 1000v W W Wilson 1000 Frank Adams 1000 H G Walters j 1000 A Ester 500 W E Heflin 500 Thos Ogden Jr 500 Benny McKinney 500 A P Johnson 500 B L Bruner 500 flios B Ware 500 M Bailey 500 M B Eubank 500 James Douglas Plum Ky 250 Thos Wood 200 John P Curtis 200 D Adams 100 Total J87750 Others have ogreedto help but have not yet specified the amount We need every dollar tve can get and dont hesitate to promise the people that if they respond liberal ly the bridge will sure be built If you want to help us in this worthy project come into tha TIMES office and tell us how much you are going to plank down You dont have to pay till the bridge is begun which will be several weeks yet but let us know what you are going to give BO we can know what to depend upon Sweet Potato FSale I have a large supply of sweet potato slips for sale ready for transplanting by May 10th Three leading varieties J WMize- Vnughns1litl Ky he TIMES only 50 cents a year to write for our confidential letter before applying for may be worth promptly obtain U e and For- eignPATENTS and TRADE a ARKSorretam sketch IATEFREEadv our charges are moderate Try us SWIFT 6 COPAteet LaWYfH Off US Patent OfflceWa8hlBflton DiC Clay City FIotel i J II EATON Prop X Table suppliedwith the best tliee markert affords Every thing neat and clean Rates 150 per day Blue Grass I Nurseries SPRING 1004 Trees by the Million Fruit arid Ornamental Shrubs Grapevines Asparagus Rhubarb Small Fruits and everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden No Agents Strawberry and Gen oral Catalogue on application to H Hillenmeyer Sons Both Phones 379 LEXINGTON KY Courierjournal HENRY WATTERSON Editor Ten or Twejve Pages Issued livery Wednesday 1 00 a Year REFORMoMORAL REFORM BEST EDITORIALS BKST POLITICAL ARTICLES BEST STORIKS BEST MISCELLANY UKST PICTURES BEST BOOK xiJBEST POETRY + BEST CHILDRENS PAGE V BEST HOME NEWS BEST CONDENSED NEWS BEST MARKET REVIEWS BEST OF EVE1tvTIIIN- OEOURIBRJOURNAL CO LOUISVILLE KY By Special Arrangements You can get THE TIMES And the CourierJournalBoth One DollarThis is for cash subscriptions onlyAllsubscriptions under thIs combination otter must bo sent through tho TIMES office Lexington EasteriiRy Effective Way 22 1904 EASTBOUND No2 No4 Daily ex Sun Daily Stations P in A M Lv Lexington 225 745 Winchester 810 825 L EJunction 822 887 Clay City 850 018 Stanton 40aO a Itosalyn 412 023 I Natural Bridge 485 054 Torrent 440 1008 BeattyvHleJuncSjll 1029 O K Junct 011 1150 Ar Jackson615 1180 WEST BODND No8 Nol Daily Dally ex thin Stations P M A m Lv Jackson 225 025 I O SK Junct 2 80 a20 BeattyvllleJuno820 720 Torrent 847 744 Natural Bridge 4 0r 801 I Uosslyn 823 425 Stanton 430 828 Clay dltv 480 837 l LE Junction 508 010 Winchester 520 0 8- ArIexington1005 10 10 NosSand 4 make close connections for Oannel City and points on the 0 K Division dully except Sunday Ndsl and 2 connect at L A E junction with J9caP9hltHJ j Gen Manager Gen PasAgt i a sS +rmr rt