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U v fJr1A f ji 4C iL ft ft J kf l 1 ic 1 1 f1tt 1 THE CLAY CITY TIMES 50 Cents a Year In Advance We are here to help cfa ily the SnrroonJing Country ani Ourselves J E Burgher Publisher VOL 9 CLAY CITY K THURSDAY JULY 21 1904 NO 2U Winchester Will Help Us Clay City has long needed a bridge across Red River and just now some of her public spirited citizens are making an heroic effort to secure one The Fiscal Court of the county has refused to help and the Clay City Council has given one thousand dollars The Lnvcland Garrett Cohas given half that sum and others have giv en in sums of one dollar to one hun dred until 2010 of the 83000 nec essary has been raised A delega tion weht to Mt Sterling one day recently and raised 8117 Mr Burgher of the Clay City Times was here Friday and a meeting of the Commercial Club will be called to see if aid can be extended Our business men receive substan tial patronage from Clay City and just now when organized efforts are being made to increase our trade there this would be an excellent Q method to cultivate cordial rela tions with our sister city We are more interested in Clay Cityand her welfare than Mt Sterling is and we can certainly do as much to wards helping on this good work Winchester Democrat We had a nice shower of rain Tuesday afternoon We Sash anti Etc Some Fine Peaches Charlie Clark and James Me were in the city with the finest we ever saw grow all of they read ily of at 150 per They were raised near the rock quarry in Estill county and is a fair of what can be grown in this when we try There is a demand for fruit that we can grow in Powell county and an acre of orchard is worth as much when it yields a full crop that much blue grass land in to bacco Many of our farmers are almost giving their land in this section away and going to the where they pay from 50 to 100 per acre for land that will not bring any more dollars to the acre than the land they sold if it waS only to what is to it instead of the life out of it trying to raise on it what the best of land to grow Elder Clemons Killed The news comes from Wann Ind Ter telling of the sudden killing of Eld W F is a former citi zen of Estill county and well ECONOMY1 t 1J Means r Best goods at Lowest Prices This is the place you are forShimfessels old stand a larger share of public than ever before I wish to call the attention of the public to the fact that I have received my new Spring Goods and am now better prepared than ever to comply with the demands of my custom ers My stock is large and fresh everything found in the line of General Merchandisethe Best Qualityand Lowest Prices The Dress Goods Departmenti- s in every detail the finest to be found in Clay City In Line of Fine Footwear my stock cannot be excelledFresh Clean and UptoDate l A Nice Line of Ladies Hats of the Very Latest Parisian Styles just received See them before purchasing My prices are strictly RIGHT Goods to all parts of the City Phone 38 SseKentucky RBbi MFG Go Winchester Ky Manufacture iloorH Ceiling Weatherboarding Verandas Pickets Stairways Shingles toreFronts Knight Monday peaches which disposed bushel specimine allsuch as cultivated bluegrass cultivated adapted wearing requires Elder demons looking Enjoying patronage general embracing complete the elsewhere promptly delivered ANGE Flooring Blinds country demons We are Headquarters for Building Paper- FeltRooOng Flintoid Roofiing d and Etc 0Send us Your Estimates I Shipmentsn I a y t F He known to ny or our readers He was married three times the first time Miss Bettie Fluty an aunt of BSBne Kinney and Lou ie Bradley otf this city ActlNow or Never The City Council has called for bids for the construction of a steel bridge in Clay City at Wal tersville The council has theI right to reject any and all bids as you wilRobserve from the ad vertisement This does not sig nify that enough money is raised to pay for nearly 1000 tamemore is ye to build the bridgolhis amount we hope to by subscription by Aug 1t The council will appropriate m0 more if necessary to raise thewhole amount Bids are advertised for this early so as to get a chance to let the con tract at tho August meeting of the council and got the bridge Jan 1 1105 Of course ifi we fail to get the money byfuiiB timeAug 1 the contrac cannot bo let then so it is high time for actionI Dont wait tomorrow tomorrow is too luto Act now and give us a literal donation Dont wait to bedto help you may be overlooked Come up and tell us wjiat you can do No money is toTbe paid until work on the bridg is pogun 8 Cn nce At yvrlleuesday night the residence of B1 0 Hill was entered by lars and ho was robbed of his pocketbook contain ing several of cash and checks- tjHe awoke as the robbers were leaving the house but was unable to halt or identi fy themIj Mr and Mrs John W Vaughn of Phoenix Ariz who are visiting relatives in old Kentucky are now at the home of their cousin Mrs Jeopy Clark at Pi lot View Mrs Vaughn has been quite sicaince her arrival in Kentucky but is now better and will come to Clay City Fri day to visit their friends and rel atives in Powell Desirable House for Sale We have lietedjwith us a desira ble twostoryresidence with four 25 x 120 feet lots located in the upper portion oft wn This house contains 7 room with the required out buildings Js a nice home for some one with little money For particulars cAll At this office An Ordnance JfuQi The City Council 9f the city of Clay City Ky do ondaln as follows Sec I That th described territory is herebyannexed to and becomes a part of of tho city of Clay oI yfKy viz Beginning at the eastern abutment of the L E IlQtf bridge j thence westward across RE4 river to the east ern margin of tifo road leading to Black creek theijcc with said margin of said road to th ford of the river i thence across theriver just below tho ford to the prescnt city limits so as to include no of said road or said ford of tho river tlieneo with the present limit to tho beginning Sec II This ordinance shall be in full force and uffectffrpm and after its publication as d by law JH TEHKY AttestiJEBurgher- Mayor 1 1 Clerk P I tX Vaughns Mill Mrs Linda Charles is on the sick listIA P Bush went to Mt Sterling Sunday The farmers are busy in their harvest fields at this place Ray Burgher visited his brother Joe at Irvine Saturday nightt Born to the wife of A P Highley on last Wednesday a 12 pound boy John P Vaughn of Lawrence burg is visiting friends and rel atives at this place Mrs Ann French is visiting her sister Mrs Druzie Wright who is on the siak list Melvin Gravett and wife were guests of their daughter Mrs Bert Barnett near Stanton Sun dayMisses Nettie and Allie Bush Addie Clark and Charlie Nelson visited Charlie Clark and wife at Rock Quarry Saturday night and SundayMisses Mary and Osie Will iams of Virden and Gran Hack worth Joe Olark and Mrs Ray Burgher were the guests of G W Bush and wife Sunday Mrs Mary Belle Pettit and her sister Miss Maggie Bush of Stanton and the two little ones of the Orphans Home Burnico and Blanche are visiting their relatives at this place Notice to Bridge Contractors Bids for the construction of an iron or steel bridge across Red river at Waltersville according to specifications and dimensions as filed in tho City Clerk office will be received until Aug 1 1904 The right to reject any or all bids is reserved T H Terry Mayor Clay City J E Burgher Clerk Sewing machine needles at W T Webbs All makes and sizes CHURCH DIRECTORY Baptist Church Salem first Satur day morning and Sunday following El der J T Turpin supply i Powells Vnl Icy second Saturday ana Sunday Elder Turpln pastor Bowen fourth Saturday and Sunday Elder J T Turpin pastorChristian Church Services at Clay City fourth Elder L J Reynolds pastor Ilardwicks creek third SundayMethodist 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 tho morning anon d Saturday night before Sunday school at all the churches Presbyterian Church Seviccs atClay Cit the Sunday at Stanton the fourth Preachlnltut each place both morning evening Kov A Irvin pastor Black Creek Lime Works R S NOEL ProprietorC- LAY CITYa 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 05 cents per barrel at the kilns or 75 cents delivered at Clay City SightedIor paper arms length to get the proper focus 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 WEan Optician FonSALEGood Buggv and Sad Mare Mrs Frank Payne File Balance i jSThe balance wheel is making 18000 J goodIJ wrong I will move 3558 miles in a year and 5 requires less than onetenth of a drop of oil to make it run But it needs 5 degreelofJ I yourwntchIn 2 I satisfy you J WEBB the Jeweler CLAY CITY aa a a a a a a a aa a a a a a a a- S I Married Life is likely to be happier for those I J young folks who providing for I the future open a Savings Ac count If you will call at our office we shall be pleased to explain I J to you the workings ofour I I Savings Department REMEM I BER that we pay 3 per cent interest compounded every six I months on savings deposits I I Clay City National Sank I Clay City Kyii Wm SMETHERS WALTERSVILLE KY Tonsorial Artist First class UptoDate work at reasonable charges 30 PROFESSIONAL CARDS NNIIINNIMIMNLNNI1NNIVNNMNIMIINIMDr DENTIST CLAY CITY KY R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY B LlTTLEPAQE M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY OITY KY B R SMITH MD PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY I Kii1 C3LAYICITY TIMES 50 Cents a Year In Advance We are here to helpJCIaCity the Snrronniing Conntry anJ Ourselves J E BurQher Publisher VOL9 CLAY CITY EYg THURSDAY JULY 21 1904 NO 2U Winchester Will Help Us Cluy City has long needed a bridge across Red River and just now some of her public spirited citizens are making an heroic effort to secure one The Fiscal Court f of the county has refused to help and the Clay City Council has given ono thousand dollars The LovelandGarrett Co has given half that sum and others have giv en in sums of one dollar to one hun dred until 2010 of the 83000 nec essary has been raised A delega tion went to Mt Sterling one day recently and raised 8117 Mr Burgher of the Clay Oily Times was here Friday and a meeting of the Commercial Club will be called to see if aid can be extended Our business men receive substan tial patronage from Clay City und just now when organized efforts are being made to increase our trade there this would be an excellent Q method to cultivate cordial rela tions with our sister city We are more interested in Clay Cityand her welfare than Mt Sterling is and we can certainly do as much to wards helping on this good work Winchester Democrat I We had a nice shower of rain Tuesday afternoon We Flouring dyors Coiling Shingles Etc Store Some Fine Peaches Charlie and James Mc Knight were in the city Monday with the finest peaches we ever saw grow all of which readily disposed of at 150 per bushel They were raised near the rock quarry in Estill county and is a fair specimine of what can be in this country when we try There is a demand for all such fruit that we can grow in Powell county and an acre of orchard is worth as much when it yields a full crop as that much blue grass land cultivated in to bacco Many of our farmers are almost giving their hind in this section away and going to the bluegrass where they pay from 50 to 100 per acre for land that willnot bring any more dollars to the acre than the land sold if it was only cultivated to what is adapted to it instead of wearing the life out of it trying to raise on it what requires the best of land to grow Elder Clemons Killed The news comes from Wann Ind Ter telling of the sudden killing of Eld W F demons Elder demons is a former citi zen of Estill county and well ECONOMYttt I tVII P Means Best goods at Lowest Prices This is the place you are looking for Shimfessele oldstand Enjoying a larger share of public patronage than ever before I wish to call the attention of the general public to the fact that I have leceived my new Spring Goods and am now better prepared than ever to comply with the demands of my custom crs My stock is large and fresh embracing everything found in the line of General Merchandise the Best Qualityand Lowest Prices The Dress Goods Departmenti- s complete in every detail the finest to be found in Clay City In the Line of Fine Footwear my stock be excelled Fresh Clean and UptoDate A Nice Line of Ladies Hats of tlio 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 KentuckyC ShimfesselCo I RGbIAN Winchester Ky Manufacture bash Blinds Weatherboarding Varandas Pickets Stuirway8 and Fronts Clark they grown they cannot We are Headquarters for Building Paper Felt Roofing Flintoid Roofing and Etc r 7 Send us Your fsstimaf es I iPromt Shipmentsi t Ii J l j known tbllpiany of our readers He was married three times the first timeM Miss Bettie Fluty an aunt of Boone Kinney and Lou ie BradleyjSf this city ActTNow or Never The City bouncil has called for bids for the construction of a steel bridgejin Clay City at Wai tersville The council has the right to reject any and all bids as you wi1l observe from the ad verisement1 This does not sig nify that enough money is raised to pay for Same nearly 1000 more is ye necessary to build the bridgelhis amount we hope to by subscription by Aug ll 1The council will appropriate 500 more if necessary to raise theuvhole amount Bids are advertised for this early so as to get a chance to let the con tract at theregular August meeting of thefouncil and got the bridge competed by Jan 1 1J05 Of cours We fail to get the money ell timeAug 1 the cannot be let then so it is time for action Dont wait for tomorrow tomor row is too into Act now and give us a liberal donation Dont wait to besked to help you may be overlooked Come up and tell us4wlinlyou can do No money is totfje paid until work on the bridjgj is pogun Bu lIr Fntef Residence At Beattyiilehuesday night the residence of pO Hill was entered by ho was robbed of his pocketbook contain ing several of cash and checksjHe awoke as the robbers were the house but was unabje to halt or identi fy themIi Mr and Mrs John W Vaughn of Phoenix Ariz who are visit ing relatives in old Kentucky are now at the home of their cousin Mrs Jeiicy Clark at Pi lot View Mrs Vaughn has been quite sick aince her arrival in Kentucky but is now better and will come tb Clay City Fri day to visit theirfriends and rel atives in Powell Desirable House for Sale We have llstedjwith us a desira ble twostoryresidence with four 25 x 120 feet lotslocated in the upper of bwn This house contains 7 roomelwith the required out buildings ijTsa nice home for someone with little money For particulArs CAll it this office J An Ordinance 2Qi The City Council ff the city of Clay City Ky do ordain as follows Sec I That tho10llowlng described territory is hereby uuioxed to and be comes a part of thoj incorporation of the city of Clay Bitty Ky viz Beginning at theSeastorn abutment of the L E HB bridge i thence westward across Redriver to the east ern margin of tht4 road leading to Black creek thcuce said margin of said road to th119rd of the river i thence across just below the ford to the presentcity limits so as to include no part of said road or said ford of the river j thoHcowlth the present limits to the Sec II This ordinance shall be in full force and tJlI s Yom and after its publication as required by law JII TEBHY Attest JE Burgher v Mayor ilnnr Clerk A I c Vaughns Mill Mrs Oinda Charles is on the sick list A P Bush went to Mt Sterling Sunday The farmers are busy in their harvest fields at this place Ray Burgher visited his broth er Joe at Irvine Saturday night Born to the wife of A P Highley on last Wednesday a 12 pound boy John P Vaughn of Lawrence burg is visiting friends and relatives at this place Mrs Ann French is visiting her sister Mrs Druzie Wright who is on the siak list Melvin Gravett and wife were guests of their daughter Mrs Bert Barnett near Stanton Sun dayMisses Nettie and Allis Bush Addie Clark and Charlie Nelson visited Charlie Clark and wife at Rock Quarry Saturday night and SundayMisses Mary and Osie Will iams of Virden and Gran Hack worth Joe Clark and Mrs Ray Burgher were the guests of G W Bush and wife Sunday Mrs Mary Belle Pettit and her sister Miss Maggie Bush of Stanton and the two little ones of the Orphans Home Burnico and Blanche are visiting their relatives at this place Notice to Bridge Contractors Bids for the construction of an iron or steel bridge across Red river at Waltersville according to specifications and dimensions as filed in the City Olerk office will be received until Aug 1 1904 The right to reject any or all bids is reserve- dJ H Terry Mayor Clay City J E Burgher Clerk Sewing machine needles at W T Webbs All makes nnd sizes CHURCH DIRECTORY Baptist Church Salem first Satur day morning and Sunday following El der J T Turpin supply i Powells Val hey second Saturday U1IU Sunday Elder Turpin pastor i Bowen fourth Saturday and Sunday Elder J T Turpin pastor ClayCitynoluB pastor Hard Sunday Methodist Church Rev J 0 Craw ford pastor i first Sunday preaching at Clay morning and evening and sec ond and fourth Sunday nights i second Sunday at Hardwicks creek in the morning and Saturday night preceding Third Sunday at Shiloh both morning and evening i fourth Sunday preaching at Jacksons Chapel in the on Saturday night before i Sunday school at all the churches Presbyterian Church Seviccs atClay City the third Sunday at Stanton the fourth Preaching at each place both morning and evening Rev A Irvin pastor Black Creek Lime Works R S NOEL ProprietorC- LAY CITY KY inUnslackend any 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 x 1 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 WEnD Optician FonSALEGood Buggy and Sad dle Mare Mrs Frank Payne The Balance s Wheel I Look inside watch a moment The balance wheel is making 18000 vibrations an hour if in good condition If the movement is slug J gish theres something wrong It will move 8558 miles in a year nnd J requires less than onetenth of a drop of nil to make it run But it needs that little bndly The least degree of friction on the bearings alters J the motion Dont tnke chances Let me clean and oil und put your watch in order for a year It will pay and satisfy yo- uWEBB the Jeweler CLAY CITY Married Lifei- s is likely to be happier for those young folks who providing for the future open a Savings Ac count If you will call at our office we shall be pleased to explain to you the workings ofour Savings Department REMEMBER that we pay 3 per cent interest compounded every six mouths on savings deposits Clay City National Sank j Clay City Ky i i Wm SMETHERS WALTERSVILLE KY Tonsorial Artist First class UptoDate work at reasonable charges 3G PROFESSIONAL CARDS NN WyNIrW4LWNNIMLVNNMM NNNLM Dr C B DICKSON DENTIST CLAY CITY lIT R A IRVIN M D PHYSIOIAN AND SURGEON CLAY OITY KY B LlTTLEPAOE M D PHYSIOIAN AND SURGEON CLAY OITY KY B R SMITH MD PHYSIOIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY 1 T r 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 UIJSSLYN ICY SPOUT SPRING Several people from Clay City attended the Quarterly meeting- at this place Sunday W J Barnett and Thos S Me Kinney were at Stanton one day the first of the week on busi ness Several from this place attend ed a special term of the County Court at Stanton last Tuesday and yesterday The protracted meeting held IIatJacksons Chapel last week closed out Sunday No additions r 1iut the church was greatly revived under the preaching of Rev W B Ragan pastor of the church at Irvine John P Vaughn of Lawrence burg has been the guest of his cousin James F McKinney a couple of days the past weekI Mr Vaughn is a Confederate Veteran and enlisted in the cause from this his native county Sues for Damages Through his attorneys 0 W Miller and Allen d Duncan Mr P L Hume the wellknown horse dealer of Irvine has brought suit in the Fayette Cir cuit Court against Policeman James Ott of Lexington and W F Vaughn of Georgetown for 10000 for false arrest It will bo remembered by an account given in the TIMES some weeks ago Mr Hume was held in Lexington some hours on a false charge hence the suit Carrie Nation Visits Lexington Mrs Carrie Nation the noted saloon smasher of Kansas has visited Lexington She attack ed and vigorously scored the ministers of tho land for not waging a continuous warfare on the saloons she vilified Mayor Combs for not keeping closed saloons on Sundays in Lexington j said the Republican party was responsi blo for all tho trouble ever had in Kansas and bytheway refer red to tho president as a beer guzzling Dutchman To a unm ber of young men who sat listening to leer remark at the same time enjoying a smoke She remarked If you hadnt already smoked away the greater part of your brains you would not be so impolite as to sit and smoke whero I can smeUtt i I THE TIMES 1tJHUSIIKD EVERY THURSDAY J E Burgher IubllsberI Sutscription Rates 50 Cents per year in ad vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass mail mutter Thursday July 21 1904 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub scribers wo have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned The TIMES and CourierJournal 8100 II Cincinnati Enquirer 110 Louisville Commercial 75 Home and Farm 75 ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR SHERIFF Taos B WARE is u candidate for the office of Sheriff of Powell County sub ject to the action of the Democratic party EOK COUNTY CLERK CiiAitUE EWEN Is a candidate for the office of clerk of the County court sub ject to tho action of tho Democratic party FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS K A IRVIX Sn is a candidate for the officeof 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 time action of time Democratic party FOR JAILOR GEORGE STEPHENS of Stanton is a candidate for Jailor of Powell county subject to tho action of the Democratic party For County Clerk Mr Charlie Ewen of Virden announces in this issue of the TRIES as a candidate for the office of County Clerk of course sub ject to the action of the Demo cratic party Mr Ewen is a Democrat of un questioned loyalty and conies of one of the leading families of the county of the same record He has for several years been a lead ing school teacher and is there fore eminently qualified for the position he asks at your hands His moral character is of the highest type He is influenced to make the race through strong solicitations from his numerous friends in all portions of the county If nominated ho will add great strength to the ticket next fall- Williams m on Republican Platform In commenting on the Repuh lican platform Hon John Sharp Williams Democratic leader of the House among other things says Tile Democratic party be lieves that this ought to be as nearly as possible a white mans countrya homogeneous people maintaining tho white mans civ ilization founded on his peculiar industrial and home life out of which has grown his peculiar code of ethics It constantly voted therefore to exclude the Chinese The Republicans pro fess to believe that there is no difference between races and that all ought to have equal priv ileges Is so then the Chinaman ought not to be forbidden to earn a living which is a much higher privilege than voting in America The inconsitscncy is palpable rBryan for Parker W J Bryan fa a statement prepared for publication in the Com moner pledges himself t vote for Parker and Davis giving his reason Ho still criticises the methods by which the nominatfonsverescourr ed and culls on Parker to declare himself outspokenly against trusts in his letter ofacceptance Mr Bryarf serves notice that he will continue tho fight against Wall street interests after the election 100 Reward 100 The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh btJingn constitutional disease requires a constitutional treat ment Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system thereby destroying the foundation of the disease and giv ing the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature is doing its work The pro prietors have somuch faith in its curative powers that they offer one hundred dollars for any case it fails to cure Send for list of testimonials Address r F J CHENY Co Toledo 0 Sold by Druggists 7bc Toke Halls Family Pills for constipation Your Heal When Your Heart Fails to Pump Your Blood Trouble Results Have you heart tpfuble You have if yoirnnd it hard to breathe after walking up stairs exercising etc If you have pain in your left Bide in chest back or spbuljer If you suffer from cold extremities pale face blue Ups dry cough pwollen ankles If you have fainting spells breast pang palpltatlcmV if the face discomfort in ellcplngyon one side The only treatment for this whole train of troubles is Dr Miles New Heart Curel Dr Sllles New Heart Cure is the prescription of a famous specialist whose great success in treating obstl nate nervous heat disease has made his name preeminent In the medical and scientific world The medicine will Jure you We know it Wo want you ti prove it It first bottle does not benefit your druggist will give you back tour money attimesbad I could not sleep half the night thebedtroubleway but about two and a half years MllesNewtry a few bottles After using them I recovered and havo better health since then than before for several years I can heartily recommend them for heart PnstorBaptist FREE Write to us for Free Trial Package of Dr Miles Anti RemedYtorSpecialist will diagnose your casehteUyou what Is wrong and how COLADORATQIUES MACHINE SHOP ALL KINDS OF Machinery Repaired- We Keep li Stock Steam FiUingsBelting Hose and Electrical Supplies WE ALSO BUILD Gasoline EnginesI- n I 3 5 8 and 124hor80power The best known powerforfarmerb and Others printedleL T OHAHAAGANf tnrVll4DTDDrl49Y6 Iy GO TO M- RSWILLIAMS FOR Clothing Pine Dress Goods Ladies Skirts Silk Waists Millinery Furnishings Mattings Mens Hats Fine Shoes Laoesand- 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 Belts Kid Gloves Nuts and Candie- soeoeeeoeoooeeoeoe MRS WILLIAHS Clay City Ky Littlepage Son DRUGGISTS Clay City Ky Patent Medicines Paints Oil Sundries Stationery and Etc Prescriptions carefully compounded The Whitest White Cake The Lightes Light trollsS And Flakiest Biscuit Are MndQ When You TJso Pearl and Bakers Pride Flour Take no Other Every Sack Guaranteed MANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN VERSAILLES KY Sold by our Leading Merchants 7 24J I K H CURTIS i Leader In General flerchandise y and Country Produce If Maket Price paid for Railroad Ties tt Spout Spring Kentucky J r- t f Your Patronage Solicited J 0 o 1- a p y i i THE TIMES ffiiir i AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER X rYTHURSDAY JULY 211904 c j 4 LOCAL BREVITIES j M H Courtney left Tuesday for tv business trip to Wilwaukee Wis Judge Wills of Sage was in the city Saturday shaking hands with friends Several deaths have occurred in the cities the past week from excessive heat Noah Rose is recovering from a severe spell of sickness at Jack son where he now lives The Olay City Hotel is receiv ing a fresh coat of paint greatly improving its appearance James Wilson and wife of Lexington are guests of the formers parents Mr and Mrs Ed Wilson Mr and Mrs Frank B Russell of Louisville were guests of Mr I and Mrs James B Hall a few days this week R W Garrett has sold to Hen ry Williams of Olark county thirtyone good feeders at 4 cts r September delivery Mr John P Vaughn a Con federate Veteran of Lawrence burg is visiting relatives in the city and county this week At time loinTotl election held in the town of Farmers Rowen county the drys won by a vote of nearly three to one J Mrs Vaughn and son Wilson r of Newport Ky are visiting 5 NT1 terra Vaughns parents Mr and Mrs E N Wilson on 11th st We have had some very op pressive hot weather the past week Wo are very dry again and crops are suffering for rain I N Berry the pop man of West Bend was in the city Sat urday supplying the merchants with his choice and refreshing drink Eld LT Reynolds the pas tor assisted by Elder D G Combs is conducting a series of meetings at the Christian church in this city Geo M Goosey who has boen employed in the lumber business in Mississippi for the past sever al months is home for a months visit to his family The ice cream supper in the I city park Saturday night for the benefit of the Base Ball Club was liberally patronized and a good sum realized John W McKinney returned last Saturday from the moun tains where bought a number of cattle and took them to Mt Ster ling Monday and sold them for a handsome profit I l The sad intelligence comes from superintendent of the Lex ingtoif Asylum that Mrs Major McIntosh who was sent from I this city is growing Worse and that her recovery is given up In a game of baseball at Big woods about ten miles from here J Sunday afternoon Ohas Lodges leg was broken He was catch ing and the ball Ijit him on thei wQc ancritshing it and break ing the femur c yi Notwithstanding the enormous crop of blackberries now ripe they are commanding in this market much better prices than usual There is no necessity for this and many are going to the country to pick their own ber ries Mr John H Kennon of this city informs us that he is a can- dIdate for Sheriff Mr Kennon- is an agreeable gentleman and a good Democrat He will make a strong candidate in the primary His announcement in the TIMES will appear in a short time J P Hambrick of the Big Woods Lumber Company of Lombard this coonty who is now operating a chair factory at that place says Jiis company will put up a factory at Lexington for the manufacture of their chairs It will give employment to fifty or more hands Ephrim Porter aged fortyone years formerly of Spruce and one of the saints of that section who believes in being healed by the laying on of hands and prayer is dying in Lexington Ho has refused medical aid from the beginning until he has grown beyond aid and has become n rav ing maniac 0 F Spencer the wellknown Stanton lawyer has purchased a building lot in Winchester and let the contract for the erection of a nice residence on same As soon as the residence is completed Mr Spencer will move to the capital of Clark where he will continue the practice of law Jawbone Dislocated Dr Littlepage was called Mot day morning to set a dislocated iaw bone for Mr Bud Gravett of Hardwicks Creek Mr Grnv ett dislocated the jaw by giving along yawn the evening before and remained over night with his mouth wide open The doc tor gave him relief soon after ar riving at his home To Correspondents Last week for the want of time and space wo had to omit several correspondence that was highly esteemed by us We hope the writers of these letters will tiikoiio offense at this action and send their communications in as usual and some of them should be mailed a little earlier to insure prompt publication True to the Minute is the way your watch should keep I time If it doesnt it needs fix ing You should take it to W T Webb at once and huve him repair it for you A guarantee of one year goes with all workIAbout Our Dentist Dr Bertram Smith the dentist will open this week the most complete dental office in Eastern Kentucky He will bo prepared to do all kinds of fine dental work extract teeth without pain and perform surgical operations of the face and mouth Where the nose has been lost by cancer he can 1eII place by an artificial nose He oilers his services to the medical profession in cases of fibI scess of the antrum of Hinmore fractures of the inferior maxilla and in making and fitting gold plates in cases of fracture of the skull For Sale A two tort business house on 7th ave 4 lots well improved suitable for business Or Jwellings For further information apply to James Bloom The Teachers Institute The Powell County Teachers Institute h l a profitable session at Stanton last week with Prof W HEubankof Midway as instructor The following teachers were in attendance and the district in which they teach is shown opposite their names Will T Snowdon DistrictNo 2 Thomas 3bMiss Nancy Berry 4 Nancy Mapel G Malinda Hatton 7 MadgojWelch 0 GracoHardwick 10 MinniaEweucc cc 12 Ira G Profil 10 John Woodward 11 J B Rogers 1l Miss Ella Even 17 I Derickson 18 Joe WillougHby Jr 19 Miss Ethel Bullock 20 NettiojPayne II 21 Lewis Conic 22 George Conleen 253 Miss Carrie Arthur 24 Clem 25 Henderson Oonleo 27 Fred Ware i 28 Miss Willie Eoone 80 Eva Ilolmancc cc 82 I Celia Bowen 88 Mrs Wrench 8- I Pt1ttie Ware J H Howell Miss Lillian Welch 85 George Ware Robert Ewen Miss Mayme Groves CityGraded Margaret Johnson ct Eddie Hardwick J M Myers MontgomeryCounty I1FROVED JKflltf SERVICE Offered by the Henderson Route be tween Loulsvlllil and St Louis CommencingStmtlay Juno 20th Ken tuckys populsfr liite the Henderson Route will Inaugurate a safe and FUE Day service between Louisville nnd 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 orjtne following safe schedules between Louisville and St Louis V tJeaIollislllo830 am OOOp m and 7 00a m Arrive StLtiuis 616 p m 720 a m and 610 pm The equipment is brand new just from the shopsof the most modern vestibule pattern and is as fine I1son any train operatinfl in or out of Ken tucky The 830 a m train through without change of cars will be composed of Pullman Observation Parlor Cars Free Kcclining Chair Cars DinningCars nod high back seat passenger conches The 100 p m train through without change of cars willconsist of Pullman I Sleeping cars FrdoRccliningchairCars 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 Carson day trains will servo meals n 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 mud departing from the magnificent new Union Station St LOllisZ In purchasing your tickets to St Louis or to points west ask the agent for tickets via Louisville and the Hender Route Ho wiljftiave them in stock will be glad tp ticket you that way You will lie satisfied in overs respect with the accommodation and safe train service that is offered by this line which has been termed the Official Route fbr Kcntucliians Desirable Mouse for Rent A nice twoqtbry residence in the eastern portion of the city Will be for rent May 1st The house has seven ruoms with win tries and etc and all necessary particularscall office art 1 aY 4L INSURE TVITII P A LYON SON The Loading Insurance Agentsoi EuNtoiii l cntiiclcy Over 200000000 Represented Every one who knows anything about insurance know they arc leaders in this line Startling Facts I A1 E1 BARNETT i SON Set the Pace and Hold the Lead With our Mammoth Store filled from bottom to topwith Nice New Clean Standard Goods bought in the best mar 4ketsof the East We can supply you with any thing you need at prices so low as to make you wonder how we got them Everything from i Daper of Pins to a Wed ding Trousseau from a Cake of Soap to a CarLoad of Bacon rmnriketWe hold the field in Tnnbark and Ties and are Swapping tiyourUncle Sams Genuine coin for same allowing top market values in exchange Try us and bo convinced that it is to your best interest to give us your trade Remember our Headquarters CLAY CITY Laundry Agency Oonne I 23Dont TIIE Wiiichestei Bank INCORPORATED N H WiTiiEnsrooN Pres Capital Stock 200000 I Surplus 20030 We solicit the accounts of individ uals firms and corporations 848 1 Y r P1e t t KENTUCKYMnndall will clean all in callI Merchant and Cu- stomMILLER CLAY CITY KY Custom work six days in the week Fresh Ground Bolted Meal always on hand Grinds for onesixth tole I Kimbrell Daniel Blanton attended the fair at Kirksville last week and reports a good time Miss Mary Tuttle has returned from Kirksville where she has been visiting her aunt Mrs Chas ShepherdThe meeting at Kimbrells Chapel closed Sunday to begin again the first Monday night in August The Quarterly meeting at this place was well attended last Sunday Bro Ragan did the preach ing in the absence of Rev Mann North Bend Arthur Welch transacted business at Stanton Saturday Miss Annie Welch is visiting relatives at Kiddville this week Rev James Kirk preached at BEST FOR THE- BOWELS If you harent a regular healthy movement of the bowels every day youre 111 or will be Keep your bowels open end be well Force In the ahepeof- vlolent 0 or pill poison U dangeroui The smoothest easiest most perfect way of keeping the howell clear aad clean la to take CANDY CATHARTIC d EAT EM LIKE CANDY Pleasant Palatable Potent Taste Oood Do Good sever Sicken Weaken or Orlpei 10 21 and CO cents perbox Write for free sample and book let on health Address 43 Sterling Remedy Company Chicago or New York KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN Blue Grass Nurseries SPRING 1904 Trees by the pillion Fruit and Ornamental Shrubs Grapevines Asparagus Rhubarb Small Fruits and everything for Orchard Lawn and Gurden No Agents Strawberry and Gen oral Catalogue on application to H F Hilleivmeyer Sons Both Phones 370 LEXINGTON EY LIVER TROUBLESk I SndThedforde mack Dr ught- a good medicine for liver disease It cured my on after he had spent 100 with doctors It is all the med icine I takeIIIRS CAHOLINB MARTIN Parkeraburg W Va If your liver does not act regularly to your druggist secure a package of Thedfords BlackDraught take a dose great family constipatedbowels and causes a healthy secretion of bile Thedfords Black Draught will cleanse the bowels of im purities and strengthen the kid- Ders A torpid liver invites colds biliousness chills and fever and all manner of sick ness and contagion Weak kidneys result in Brighta disease claims as many victims as consumption A 25cent package of Black keptinI used Tbedfordt Black Draught for liver and kidney com- plainte find found nothing to excel WIUlAM COFF1IAN Mar blehead Ih THEDFORDS RUCK DRAUGHT I i Rosslyn Saturday night and Sun dayThe Misses Groves of Oh y City Visited friends hero one night last week Mrs Nancy Welch of Jefferson ville is visiting Arthur Welch and family this week Your correspondent had the pleasure of attending the teach ers institute at Stanton last weekMrs I W McOlees and chil dren visited A J Friend and family the latter part of last weekE B Ensor and family of Ca margo visited Wingate Ander son and family the latter part of last week Blue Boy Sage Judge L G Wills went to Lex ington Friday on business A crowd from this place enjoyed the day Sunday at Natural BridgeFloyd Wills and sister Eva Lee attended the institute at Stanton last Saturday Mr Hamilton Eisner of Haw kin Branch was a pleasant call er at this plate Sunday Mr and Mrs Luther Kingo son and daughter Milfred and Miss Esier and Mr Pet Becnift wore pleasant guests at Judge Wills Sunday Misses Lou Wills acid Ester Kingo and Messrs Pet Becraft Milfred Ringo and Allen Wills attended meeting at Walnut Grove SundaySams Dry and hot and we are needing rain very bad We are sorry to say Mrs Will Weathers is no better Blackberries are ripe and there is a fine crop in these parts Mr Ohio F Kerr was visiting friends hero Saturday night and SundayA crowd from here attended the meeting at Kimbrell SundayMrs Lennie Niblack of Kidd vine is visiting her father J W- Elkin this week Mr and Mrs Marion King of Ford are visiting friends and relatives hero this week Every thing seems to be very quiet here now Circuit Court convened at Irvine Monday Dan Blanton John D Wise man and sister Miss Sarilda at tended the fair at Kirksvillo the latter part of last week Rev Ragan passed hero Mon day on his way home from Kim brell where ho has been holding a protracted meeting Snow Creek It continues very dry here and crops are beginning to need rain Rev Prather filled his appointment at Log Lick Saturday and SundayJ Vivian and wifo visited friends near Stanton several days last week Thos Ogden Jr attended the teachers institute at Stanton last week A S Vivion and wife of Kidd ville visited friends hero Satur day Sunday Thos Vivion and Chas Wood made a business trip to Winches ter Monday t IiIi Thos Ogden Jr has been employed to teach oWest Bend school this yearlj School began hfl9 Monday with Mr Chas vs teacher We are expecting a good school this yearMrs Lucy Ogtlon visited her daughter Mrs Nora Boono near Pilot View several days last week Genet Geo A Crabtfeo went to Xena Monday on business J 11 Mellens sold a nice cow to S C Barnard for 28 V 0 Martin transacted business at Vinton MondayT Mrs Lucy Davis of Rowan county is visitiiigtfriends at this p 1fAunt riscil1 who has been ill for several weeks is no better v J A Rogers find wife word guests of F G Powell and fami ly Sunday i Several youngi folks of this place attended church at Mt Chapel Sunday 4 J II Mullens and wife of Lombard visited friends here Saturday and Sunday Miss Ada Martin visited her sister Mrs Tilli1M Knox of Knox the laUeti part of the week V Miss Ida M Mullens and her little brother Joe visited friends and relatives iuiSEstill county last week H Our school been last Monday with Rev Joe Adams teacher and is getting al ing nicely We wish them success a Mrs Nancy C abtree who has been visiting ie rentnail other relatives iil Laurel and Knox counties for tho six weeks returned hom9Ionday Red Top I fi VL Rosslym I II L Hunter waT fat Clay City Saturday night tv r I J B Oason thoLiE bridge carpenter is here tlnsnveekijf John Lowo was the first of the week ll business IT L Hunter madea business trip to Stanton oubday last week M 1 Mrs Russell ofOlayCity vis itedJ M Welchrirtd family Friday and Saturday We wish to correetthe state incnt made in our last correspon dence in regard to the marriage of a certain young man of this place The reporfcis false and without stated in the article lastweek the report was upon good authority and we believed it to be true But since it is demonstrated to not be so we hastentto make tho above correction with due regrets for tho error F- Mis8ing Links ekY4 How They Setttedlt Some three teachers made applicationfora a certain school in Kockcastler Each one had a trustee favoringrhis appoint ment They compromised by runv ing a foot race A preacher wonI thought handicapped ibycarrylnR a rail on his shoulder lulu taught the sthool Winchesteripemocrat tt Our Bridge Fund The Clay City Council Ahas decid ed to builda acrossRedItiv tat JV hasaggrorr l Iln t 1 priated 1000 for this purpose The bridge will cost about 83000 To get the bridge it is nesessary to raise a neat sum by Subscription To this end tho following person and concerns have subcribud the amounts set opposite their names Clay City Council SlOOQ 00 LovelandGarrett Co COOOO Mt Sterling business men 117 00 J B Eaton I 10000 CWRussell Louisville Ky 50 00 F n Russelli 50 00 W S RogersS 2500 n C Warmouth v 2500 A E Barnett Son 2500 D R Daniel 2500 Jas B Halt 2500 John M Kennon 2500 CLAY CITY TIMES 2500 Dr B Littlepago 1000 Geo W Clark 1000 W W Wilson 1000 Frank Adams 1000 H G Walters 1000 A Easter 500 W E IJorJin500Th-os Ogden Jr 500 Benny McKinney j 500 A P Johnson GOO B L Bruner V 500 Thus B Ware 500 M Bailey 500 M B Eubank 500 James F McKinney 50Q II G Burgher fc Son 500 J II Bmgher 500 James Douglas Plum250G- eo P Douglas Levee ivy 250 Wm Mountz Jr 250 John P Curtis 200 Thos Wood 2 00 R L Tipton 150 J H Terry v 150 G W Wells 150 D Adorns Si lUO James G Easter 100 Will T Snowden 1 00 Total 212100 The following business men and concerns of Mt Sterling have subscribed the several amounts opposite their names to the fund the total of which is included in the above list as shown Trimblo Grocery Co 82500 Chiles ThompsanGrocery Co 1500 Oldham Bros tC Co 1000 A Hoffman 1000 Monarch Milling Co 1000 W S Lloyd 750 Chenault eC ORear 750 Blount Nunnelly Priest x500 Walsh Bros 500 Guthrie Clothing Co 500 F W Senienr 600 S M Newmeyer 250 R H White S Co 250 Punch Graves 250 T J Dungins 250 Allen G Prewitt 200 AUGUST NUMBER New Idea Womans Magazine A series of articles on Homo Gymnastics by Alberta J Cory Physical Director of the Harlem Young Womens Christian Associ ation is to be inaugurated in the August number New Idea Womans Magazine Fashions in Mourn ing illustrated with drawings showing the present vogue at its best i and Dressing the Hair with photographs of the smart new coiffeurs are features of the fash 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