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Ii Y 1 N THE CLAY ITY TIMESt 50 Cents a Year in Advahci We are here to help Clay tVJE Burgher Publisher VOL 9 CLAY CITY EX RiSDAY JULY 28 1904 NO RO Kentucky THe Best An ex Kentuckian being a vie tim of the Western fever writes from his new home in Indian Ter ritory to the Frenchburg Agitator as follows Dont come here if it is possible to go elsewhere The upland or rolling land here is too sandy and no good The river bottom land is all O K if it does not overflow or meet with some other disaster such as drouth etc A crop planted here is sudject to depredation from the smallest insect to a herd of hungry cuttle and the woods are fuh of them If a man could own a river bottom farm here that would not overflow he would be as rich as a man ought to be but a poor man can never do that and the man who can pay the price of such a farm here can own a farm in a settled country and live at home lam not homesick but will admit that if I were back in Frenchburg and knew as much as I know now I would stay there or at least would not come here There are absolutely no conveniences here I did not know how well I was fixed to live until I gave away what I had and started new Tam at least a thousand dollars behind by com ing here and never hope to get it Sash Blinds Pickets Shingles and Store back But that is all right I made jt and would justas well throw ita way as to be robbed of itM I have been robbed of many a dollar I would say to friends well e riough alone I jumped out of the frying pan into the fire If you have a home be it ever so hum ble my advice is stick to it you can better it- Kimbrell Myrtie Harris is visiting relatives near College Hill this weekIrvine Burton of College Hill was here visiting relatives the first of the week Daniel F Blanton left last Tuesday for St Louis to spend a week at the Worlds Fair Miss Dorsio Stockton visited her uncle L 0 Wilson near Irvine from Friday till Sunday Mr and Mrs Millard Embs of this place visited the latters parents Crow and of Log last Sunday Mrs W G Patrick went to Wilmore last Saturday to be in attendance at the camp meeting which began at that place last Friday I ECONOMY Means Best goods at Lowest Prices ili This is the place you are looking for Shimfessels old stand Enjoying a larger share of public patronage than ever before I wish to call the attention of the general public to the fact that I have teceived my new Spring Goods and am now better prepared than ever to comply with the demands of my custom ers My stock is large and fresh embracing everything found in the line of General Merchandise the Best Qualityand Lowest Prices The Dress Goods Department incomplete in detail the finest to be found in Clay City o In the Line of Fine Footwearm- y stock cannot be excelled Fresh Clean and UptoDate A Nice Line of Ladies Hats of the Very Latest Parisian Styles just received See thin before purchasing elsewhere My prices are strictly RIGHT Goods promptly delivered to all parts of the City Phone 38 Clay City- Kentucky I NCE Ky We Manufacture Flooring doors Ceiling Varandas Stairways Etc Fronts let until Miss Douglas wife Lick every C Shimfessel I RBI Winchester MFG Go Weatherboarding We are Headquarters for Building Paper Felt Roofing Flintoid Roofing and Etc J r- y Send us Your Estimates frbiTit Shipments V tt y i t- f t t- e Y Rev J 0 Cr ord will begin a meetiii gJt Kimbrells Chapel next Mon night which will continuo throTih the week Services at 11 a Znd8 p m Vaugiifiu Wesley Hackwoim was at Fur nace Sunday l t Joe Clark wapif at Virden Sunday calling oi orne dear friend J5 Mr W L Jdeksli visited his daughter Mrs Chijes Rupard at Pilot View t1iflrst of the week Mr and Mrs Charlie Bush spent Saturday hint with Mr and Mrs Johii at Spout SprmgItMisses Fannie Jason and Ad= die Clark were of Mrs Mahala Qravett Sajmrday night and Sunday to Mr J W Vauglm and wife of Phoenix Arizljcame up Saturday to visit friends and rela tives at this place Miss Neoma Sam and Mrs Tennie Carrier yisued at Mr John Hoskins nea Mt Sterling from Saturday unUKTuesday Messrs Wesley ackworth Joe Clark ald Oscar aniel of Clay City spent ay night with Mr and Mrs 6h T tsh Married at tyiTrliJSpJWE the brides father Mr ee Mr Joel Gravett and Miss Jnary Lee Miss Mattie McJftnneJ and Mr Blue Crow were thet tendants and Rev B F Writ It officiat edMr and Mrs Joe West and daughter of Madison county Mr and Mrs T J Douglas and children Mr Simp Garrett and wife and the son and daughter of Mr and Mrs E E West Shirley and Miss Emma of Mt Ster ling and G W Bush of Vaughns Mill were all presenVat the hos pitable home of Mr Gv P Doug las Sunday and all njoyed a fine dinner under thoshade of a tree Are You far Sighted Must you hold the book or paper at arms length to get the proper fOe CUSSIf 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 An Ordinance a i The City Council of rife city of Clay City Ky do ordain as follows Sec I That the following described territory is hereby annexed to and be comes apart of the incorporation of the city of Clay City Kyi viz Beginning at the easWn abutment of the L k E R R bridge j thence westward across Red river to the eastern margin of the road leading to Black creek thence with said margin of said road tothe ford of the river j thence across the riverjust below the ford to the present so as to include no part of said roadorsaid ford of the river thence with the present limits to the beginning Sec II Tide ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and after its publication as required b law Jll TERRY AttestJE Burgher IayorklUfe Clerk r 3f r tip y Irvine Irvine ItemsIMr Harrison Witt formerly a citizen of this county now resid ing at Kansas City Mo is visit ing in this county Mrs Alex Hamilton returned Mouday from Richmond where she has been undergoing treat ment at the Gibson Infirmary We are glad to state that she is much improved in health In the Circuit Court now in session Gene Calimese colored was given a sentence of one year in the penitentiary for obtaining money under false pretense The amount involved was seventy five cents A slight change of the railroad time card went into effect Mon day The morning train from Beattyville will now arrive at Irvine at 9 oclock instead of 755 The afternoon train to Versailles will leave Irvine at 285 instead of 245 At a meeting of the physicians of Estill county at Dr Embrys Office an organization was effected by the election of the fol lowing officers Dr Embry President Dr Scrivner VicePresident Dr Land Secretary Dr Hood Treasurer A program was ar ranged for next meeting on coun ty court day in August The bridge fund o hasreached 2142 00 and it is our opinion that the bridge will be built this fall 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 reserved- J 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 I der J T Turpin supply Powells Val Icy second Saturday and Sunday El der Turpin pastor j Bowen fourth eat utrlay and urday Elder J T Turpin pastorChristian Church Services at Clay City fourth Sunday Elder L J Reynolds pastor j Harchvicks creek third SundayMethodist Church Rev J 0 Crawford astor j 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 morning and evening fourth Sunday preachin at Jacksons Chapel in the morning du on Saturday Sunday school at all the churches Presbyterian Church Seviccs atClay the Sunday at Stanton the fourth Preaching at each place both morning and evening JLlev A Irvin pastor Black Creek Lime Works R S NOEL Proprietor CLAY CITY KY Unelnckend Lime in any quanti ty Will sell to dealer or consumer at Lowest Prices Will deliver at Clay City or sell at the kilns 030 Lime 05 cents per barrel at the kilns or 75 cents delivered at Clay City r A The Balance WheelsLook Inside your wntch a moment The balance wheel Is making 18000 vibrations an hour If in good condition If the movement Is slug 2 gish theres something wrong will move 8568 miles in a year and J requires less than onetenth of a drop of oil to make it run But it needs ithat little badly The least of friction on the bearings alters the motion Dont take chances Let me clean and oil and put your watch m in order for a year It will pay und satisfy you WEBB the Jeweler CLAY CITY i s Married Life i is likely to be happier for those young folks who providing for the future open a Savings Ac countIf willcall at our office we shall be pleased to explain to you the workings of our Savings Department REMEM BER that we pay 3 per cent interest compounded every six months on savings deposits e Clay City rational Sank Clay City Ky s I Wm SMETHERSI WALTERSVILLE KY Tonsorial Artist First class UptoDate work at reasonable charges 30 PROFESSIONAL CARDS NN LNNNILNNNNNNILIIINIINPININIqNNN B R SMITH DDS Resident Dentist CLAY CITY KENTUCKY Office at the Aker Hotel where an eqperlenc ed Practloner my be found day end night prepared to execute all kinds of high grade work known to modern Dentistry Dr C B DICKSON DENTISTC- LAY CITY KY R A IRVIN M Dn PHYSICIAN AND SUROEON CLAY CITY KY B LlTTLEPAOE M D PHYSIOIAN AND SURGEON CLAY OITY KY B R SMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY i I ll w 1 1 rn1 THE cLAYI JTY TIMES 50 Cents a Year in Advance We are here to help Clay CI tfoaoling Country and Ourselves J E Burgher Publisher VOL 9 CLAY CITY KY SDAY JULY 28 1904 NO RO Kentucky The Best An ex Kentuckian being a vie tim of the Western fever writes from his new home in Indian Ter ritory to the Frenchburg Agitator as follows Dont come here if it is possible tORo elsewhere The upland or rolling land here is too sandy and no good The river bottom land is all O K if it does not overflow or meet with some other disaster such r as drouth etc A crop planted here is sudject to depredation from the smallest insect to a herd of hungry cattle and the woods are full of them If a man could own a river bottom farm here that would not ovet flow he would be as rich as a man ought to be but a poor man can never do that and the man who can pay the price of such a farm here can own a farm in a settled country and live at home lam not homesick but will admit that if I were back in Frenchburg and knew as much as I know now I would stay there or at least would not come here There are absolutely no conveniences here I did not know how well I was fixed to live until I gave away what I hadancstarted new I am at least a thousand dolhrs behind by com ing here and never hope to get it Sash Blinds Pickets and Store back But that is right I made it would Justas well throw ita way as to be robbed ofitM I have been robbed of many a dollar I would say to friends well e hough alone I jumped out of the frying pan into the fire If you have a be it ever so hum advice is stick to it until you can better it- Kimbrell Miss Myrtie Harris is near Hill this weekIrvine Burton of Hill was here relatives the first of the week Daniel F Blanton left last for Louis to spend a week at the Worlds Fair Miss Dorsio Stockton visited her uncle L 0 Wilson near Irvine from Friday till Mr and Mrs Millard Embs of this place visited the latters parents Crow and wife of Log Lick last Mrs G Patrick went to last to in at the camp which began at that place last Friday r ECONOMY Means Best goods at Lowest Prices I This is the place you are looking for 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 than ever to comply with the demands of my custom ers My stock is large and fresh everything found in the of General Merchandisethe Best Quality and Lowest Prices The Dress Goods Departmenti- s in every detail the finest to be found in Clay City Ilttl In Line of Fine Footwearm- ystock 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 IiGoods delivered to parts of the City Phone KentuckyC ShimfesseL IRGbl MFG Go Winchester Ky We Marjufacture Flooring doors Ceiling Weatherboarding Varandas Stairways Shingles Etc Fronts all and let borne blelmy visiting relatives College College visiting Tuesday St Sunday Douglas Sunday W Wihnore Saturday be attendance meeting Shimfessels Enjoying prepared embracing complete the promptly all 38 NGE We are Headquarters r Building Paper Felt Roofing Flintoid Roofiing and Etc y Send psYQ Estimates J frbmt Shipnientstic fT i 1t t r JRev will be gin a meetitiKimbrell s Chapel next Montight which will continue through the week Services at 11 a m nnd 8 pm n t Vaughn sMiII Wesley Hnckwormi was at Fur nace Sunday l m1 Joe Clark wapfat Virden Sunday calling oi omo dear friend 4 Mr W L Jdckffi visited his daughter Mrs 6J lee Rupard at Pilot View thi first of the weekMr and Mrs Biiarlie Bush spent Saturday nigSt with Mr and Mrs Johii Burgher at Spout SpringMisses Fannie Jac onand Ad die Clark were the of Mrs Mnhala GravetiSmrd y night and Sunday IMr J W and wife of Phoenix AriziTJcame up Saturday to visit friends and rela tives at this PlaceoCy Miss NeomaSamfl and Mrs Tennie Carrier visited at Mr John Hoskins neni from Saturday unU tuesday Messrs Wesley r nckworth Joe Clark and Oscar baniel of Clay City spent SaiurAay night with Mr and Mrs G tsh Married at t the brides father AIr s ee Mr Joel Gravett and Miss JTary Lee Miss Mattio Mcjtinnew and Mr Blue Crow were the tendants and Rev B F Wrinit officiated Mr and Mrs Joei West and daughter of Madison county Mr and Mrs T J Douglas and children Mr Simp Garrett and wife and the son and daughter of Mr and Mrs E E West Shirley and Miss Emma of Mt Ster ling and G W Bush of Vaughns Mill were all presentht the hos pitable home of Mr G l P las Sunday and all enjoyed a fine dinner under the shade of a tree i t Arc You far Sighted Must you hold the book or paper at 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 WT WEBB Optician An Ordinance JII The City Council of the city of Clay City Ky do ordain as follows Sec I That the following described territory is hereby annexed to and be comes apart of the incorporation of the city of Clay City Kylz Beginning at the eastern abutment of the L k E R R bridge thence westward across Red river to the east ern margin of the road leading to Black creek thenco with said margin of said road to the fords pf the river thenco across the river Just below the ford to the present city limits so as to includo no part of said road or said ford iotthe river thence ivhhlthe present limits to the beginning Sec II l be in full force and effect frohi had after its publication as rcquircdftjlaw Jli TERRY Burgher Mayor H Clerk J 4 Irvine Items Irvine Herald Mr Harrison Witt formerly a citizen of this county now resid ing at Kansas City Mo is visit ing in this county Mrs Alex Hamilton returned Monday from Richmond whore she has been undergoing treat ment at the Gibson Infirmary We are glad to state that she is much improved in health In the Circuit Court now in session Gene Calimese colored was given a sentence of one year in the penitentiary for obtaining money under false pretense The amount involved was seventy five cents A slight change of the railroad time card went into effect Mon day The morning train from Beattyvillo will now arrive at Irvine at 0 oclock instead of 755 The afternoon train to Versailles will leave Irvine at 285 instead of 245 At a meeting of the physicians of Estill county at Dr Embrys Office an organization was eff ected by the election of the fol lowing officers Dr Embry President Dr Scrivner VicePresident Dr Land Secretary Dr Hood Treasurer A program was ar ranged for next meeting on coun ty court day in August The bridge fund 1tasreached 2142 00 and it is our opinion that the bridge will be built this fall I 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 reserved- J H Terry Mayor Clay City J E Burgher Clerk 0 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 Powells Valley second Saturday and Sunday El der Turpin pastor Bowen fourth tat urday and lInday Elder J T Turpin pastorChristian Church Services at Clay City fourth Elder L J Key pastor Hardwicks creek third SundayMethodist Church Rev J 0 Crawford iitiBiui first Sunday preaching at Clay City morningandevening and sec ond and fourth Sunday nights second Sunday at Hardwicks creek in the morning and Saturday night preceding Third Sunday at and evening fourth Sunday preaching at Jacksons Chapel in the morningand- on Saturday night Sunday school at all the churches ChurchSeviccsatClayCity at morning and evening Rev A Irvin pastor Black Creek Lime Works- R S NOEL Proprietor CLIP CITY KY Unslackend Liany quanti ty Will sell to dealer or consumer at Lowest Prices Will deliver at Cluy City or sell at the kilns 020 Lime G5 cents per barrel at the kilns or 75 cents delivered at Clay City liThe Balance Wheel j Look In watch n moment The balance wheel is inching 18000 J vibrations an hour if its in good condition If the movement is slug J gash theres something wrong will move miles in a year and 2 dropSofJ of friction on the bearings alters J the motion Dont take chances Let yourwntchInsatisfy you iWEBB the Jeweler j CLAY CITY Married Life j 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 of our Savings Department REMEM r BER that we pay 3 per cent interest compounded every six months on savings deposits e- S Clay City rational Salk Clay City Ky I I Wm SMETHERSI WALTERSVILLE KY Tonsorial Artist First class Up toDate work at reasonable charges 30 PROFESSIONAL CARDS NNILINNNINNIIN41NIINNINMNhN11N1N1B Resident Dentist CLAY CITY KENTUCKY Office at the Akers Hotel where an eqperlenc ed Practloner may be found day and night prepared to execute all kinds of high grade work known to modern Dentistry Dr C B DICKSON DENTISTC- LAY CITY KY R A IRVIN M D1 PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OLAY CITY KY B LlTTLEPAQE M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY OITY KY B R SMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY I f GOOD FLOUR Is foundation of successful Bread Making Pastry Making Good Cooking longIng good qualities should try Mansfields Flour Contains all the nutrition of the wheat tastes good bakes light Buy BEST PATENT or MOUN TAIN LILY of your grocer and have better bread in your home RC Mansfield Son KOSSIAN KY SPOUT SPRING J II Grow sold some steers to It E Tipton at four cents per poundR Ourtis bought a cow and calf of Andy Crow for thirty dollarsBenny McKinney sold to Clark county parties a bunch of sheep at 2 J50 per head Saturday was Masonic Lodge day and there were several visit itg brethren in attendance Berry Barnett sold to contrac tors on the lock at Flint two horses at eighty dollars each J W McKinney of Winchester was hero the latter part of tho week oil a business mis sionMrs J W McKinney and Misses Olova and Oallie McKinney of Olark county visited rel atives here last week Mrs J E Burgher and chil dren of Clay City were the guests of Mrs Bonny McKinney several days this week Mrs B F Wright isquito sick with fever at her home near the village Dr J W Williams is the attending physician J F McKinney Benny McKinney H F Christopher and Allen Orsborne wero transact ing business in Winchester Mon dayMr J P Wright of this place and Mrs Nannie Gentry of Richmond his divorced wife were married in Lexington Sat urday They will reside in Clay CityMr and Mrs Nathan B Cur tis of Springfield Colorada ar rived hero yesterday afternoon to spend a few weeks visiting relatives and friends Mr Curtis went to Colorado from this place fifteen years ago and is one of a very few who have done better after going West Mr and Mrs Curtis have with them their little nephew Master Louis Daughetee a very bright little lad and a son of Andrew J Daughetee formerly of this place but now of Valley View Texas Big Timber Deal WL Welch and Geo W Rogers sold to Robert Anderson sixteen hundred acres of fi no tim her land in Morgan county near the 0tK railroad for 85000 I I t t THE TIMES riTIIUSHED EVEnT THURSDAY J E Burgher Publisher Sntscription Rates 50 Cents per year in ads vance otherwise 75 Centso Entered as pccondclnss mull mutter Thursday July 28 1004 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our Bub scribers we have arranged club rates pricesbelowThe TIMES and CourierJournal 100 I Cincinnati Enquirer 110 Louisville Commercial 75 Home and Farm 75 ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR SHEKIFF- Titos B WAUB is n candidate for the office of Sheriff of Powell County sub ject to the action of the Democratic party JOHN SI KKNXOX is a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Powell county subject to the action of the Democrat ic party FOR COUNTY CLERK OHABMK EWES is a candidate for the ofllee of clerk of the County court sub ject to the action of the Democratic party FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS II A Irnrs SR is a candidate for the oflico of Superintendent of Schools of Powell count subject to the action of the Denlocratiq 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 STEI HKXB of Stanton is a candidate for Jailor of Powell county subject to tho action of the Democrat ic party Mr Kennon Announces for Sheriff Mr John M Kennon announ ces for Sheriff of Powell county in this issue of the TIMES Mr Kennon is a very pleasant gen tleman a man well qualified to fill the office and best of allntrueblue lifestanding Democrat Mr Kennon has served as depu ty under Mr Boone consequent ly is thoroughly acquainted with the duties of the office and if elected will make a good officer Ho has a large acquaintance and a large support and is a strong candidate in the field Hon Thomas Tnpgart of In I diana has been chosen chairman of the Democratic National Com mittee with Hon Urey Woodson of Paducah Ky Secretary This is a good selection and with these gentlemen as managers of party affairs the majority for Parker and Davis will be sure and safe M A Phillips a leading law yer of Stanton was in the city yesterday A number of leading Democrats in all parts of the county are urging tho Judge to make the race for County Attor ney The Judge is qualified to fill the office with credit to him self and county Will Expose Refusers The next ono of our subcribere who has the postmaster mark his paporrofusede when he owes at the time he does it will have his name and the amount lie owes pub lished That way of paying a sub scription or rather of not paying it undswindlingthcfpupHsheroutofit ought to be halted If you want to stop your subscription do BO but if you owe pay up like an honest man and a gentleman and again we ask postmasters to watch these peo pIe who have tho marked refuel M rlJ tr t thiiI dLookatthe1nbeldn that man owesTnt the time you have n lino onbis hlstbryRichmond PantgrnphV Most all 9flthe country schools in the county are begun with the averagorauendanco iob Reward 100 Thors of this paper will bo pleased torlrorn that there is at leapt one dreadfd disease that science him been abletocure in all its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is thb only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh bXa constitutional diM case rels a constitutional treatment Halw Catarrh Cure is taken internally Dieting directly upon the blood and uucous surfaces of the system tt reby destroying tho foundaiioiTof the disease und giving the pn mt strength by building up the cstitutionand assisting nntureis prorprietorahrtve so much faith in its curative powers that they offer one hundreddollars for any case it falls to cure Fend for list of testimoni als Addresst T- FTCiiENEY fcCo Toledo 0 Soldby Druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for constipation Pt Blame No One But Yourself if yuDont Get Wel When SicK All w do is give advice Of courfcrhatB easy But out advice is really worth a little more to jgU than most people for we otter you the first bottle of our m tit falls to help you rbfd to do this unless our as good Such an offer on the NroJrig kind of medicine would put n m chant prince in tho poor house Dr MI s Nervino however as years ot ezpe Ice ave proved Is a medl dno that u the sick Those TUufm it cannot benefitless than one ten thousand we prefer to refund the money All we a4 of you is to try Dr Miles Restorative Neryine for your complaint If you suffer from sleeplessness nervous exhausllon dizziness headache mus cular twitonlnss melancholy loss of memory eak stomach poor blood bilious troubles epilepsy St Vltus Dance etc we will guarantee to benefit you or refund Your money You are the doctor yearbecameso serious that we wero compelled to take him out of school After several physicians had failed to relieve him we atrial Ten monthsrtreatmentewith Nervine find toperfecthealthMRDeputy Co Clerk Dallas Co Mo FREE IYOUDr Mlles AntiPain Pllli the New Scientific Remedy tor Pain Also Symp tom Blank fore our Specialist to diagnose your caso and tell you What Is wrong and how to rIght It AbsolutelY Free Address DR LAUOKATORIES iILbWARTAILNDO MACHINE SHOP flLL INDS- OFMachinery Repaired- We ieeptq Stock Steam Fittings Belting Hose and Electrical Supplies WE ALSO BUILD Gasoline Engines I In 3 5 a andjLiJJior8opower The best known ppwbrfor farmers and others printedfeLT OASHAGANr t- Rr11AIIIlT9P 9b4 leo J 1i Vi x 5jr 0i i- I J m1 v r GO TO M- RSWILLIAMS FOR Clothing Fine Dress Goods Ladies Skirts Silk Waists Millinery Furnishings Mattings Mens Hats Fine Shoes Laces and Embroideries Ribbons Silks and Satins White Goods Lawns and Dimit es Ginghams Hosiery Odd Pants Chinaware Art Material Hamburgs All ovpr Laces All over Embroideries Jewelry and Belts Kid Gloves Nuts and Candies MRS WILLIAnSfI J laYiGityKyJr v II i iiJo Littlepage Son DRUGGISTS Clay City Ky Patent Medicines Points Oilj Sundries Stationery and Etc Prescriptions carefully compounded The Whitest White Caket 1 The Lightes Light Rolls And Flakiest Biscuit 1tAre Mncle When You Use t Pearl and Bakers Pride Flour j- t Jn Take no Other Every Sack Guaranteed MANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN VERSAILLES KY Sold by our Leading Merchants 724 i J4 I Y RH UNTIS 1 Leader inIc t l General flercharidise5 i and Country Produce tkT Make Price paid For Railroad Ties Spout Spring KentuckyX I 5 Your Patronage Solicited t 1 t W I t ii jl tm P l y THE TIMES I AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER l f THURSDAY MY 281904 LOCAL BREVITIES J W McKinney of Winches V ter was here Tuesday I a Mrs J P Wright was visiting in Winchester Tuesday W 11 Cassidy is going about again after a severe spell of sick tiessMiss Maud Fletcher is visiting reinds in Winchester and the county G B Martin of Jeffersonville was here this week on a busi ness mission H 0 Warmouth and John M Kennon were in Winchester Mon day on business Mr and Mrs B 11 McPher son visited friends in Winches ter the first of the week Dogdays began Monday and without any rain too Bad sign according to old prophets Miss Mary Graham Eaton returned Thursday from a two weeks visit to relatives at Frankfort Miss Mary Shimfessel is visit inn her cousin Miss Jennie Green McKinney at Winchester this weekMaster Julia Williams ofGuy nndotte West Virginia is the guest of his uncle Dr J W Williams 1 Mrs D 0 Bloom was very Sick the first of the week but we are glad to state that she is snuck better Mr J M Welch a leading citizen of this county was down from Rosslyn yesterday transacting business H H Spain of the Champion Bridge C o npany Wilmington Ohio was here a short while last Thursday looking after our bridge J W Baker of Levee was transacting business in the cityI Tuesday and incidentally called at the TIMES office to renew his subscription Miss Grace Shimfesseland brother Gus Gardner are visit ing their grand parents Mr ndI Mrs A Simfest el on Hardwicks creek this week The families of T B McCor inick and A P Steele have mov = ed to the beautiful residence of Frank B Russell recently vacated by Mr Hartwell The good rains of a couple of weeks agohave ceased and we heve become very dry again Corn is not et for tle want of rain howeverIMr and Mrs of Phiunix Ariz tire visiting telI atives in Powell county They are now with Mr and Mrs A Shimfessel on Hardwicka creekI Mr MrsA Asberry are visiting their cousin Rev V B Daughetee ut Bloomingrtale his week and attending the pro t icted n eating at Dunaways aupelThe protracted meeting at theI Christian church continues un der he successful prdaching of u I f I Elder D G Combs There are twelve additions to date Wednesday The TIMES made a mistake last week in reporting the cattle sale made by Mr R W Garrett to Mr Williams The cattle were sold for four cents and not 4i as stated A party of severalspent tho day Friday fishing in tho river a short piece below town They somethingpver finny tribe before returning home Mr and Mrs N B Curtis of Springfield Colorado came in on the afternoon train yesterday to visit relatives in this and Es till counties Mr Curtis is a nephew of Mr 0 W Barnett the wellknown merchant of this city Will Lecture on Alaska Mrs H W Bens who made a trip to Alaska a few years ago where she lost her husband will deliver a lecture at the Hard wicks Creek Methodist church Saturday night on her Alaskan trip Admission 10 and 25 cents the proceeds to go for the benefit of the church Harried Again Mr Joseph P Wright anti his divorced wife Mrs Nannie Gent ry left here Friday for Lexington where they were married by Judge Bell They were first mar ried seven years ago and was di vorced 18 months ago The groom is 84 and the bride is 71 years old They will go to house keeping at once in her residence on Seventh Avenue Clay City Wirs Again A picked nine from the best ball players in Lexington came to Clay City Sunday with proud anticipations and cheerful hearts being the only team in the State to defeat the Nebraska Indians This could not be done for Clay City and they were defeated by a score of seven to five TheI Clay City boys have won every game played this season and ev ery one last year except the one with the Indians N w his year they have defeated the Indians victors which is more than equivalent to a defet for the In diunsINearing Completi- onLovehJndGarntts large sawmill and planing mill across the river is almost completed and ready for business This will be quite an addition to our business enterprises Tho company is IiI eral and interested in Clay Citys welfare as demonstratedwhen they agreed to give tOO for the free highway bridge at the Wal tersville crossing When ourI people need lumber they should not forgqt to patronize the company that patronizes us This is a matter of justice and we must remember what the Loveland Garrett Company has done for the people of Clay City and Pow ell county when we buy material in their lineITrue to the flinute is the way your watch should keep time If it doesnt itIIneeds fix- Ing You should take it to W T Webb at once and havo him repair it for you A guarantee of one year goes with allwork For Sale A two story business house onI 7th ave 4 lota well suit ItfurtBloom 1 r f I Kllleifby Train al Bowen Willard Wilson a ent of the Lexington Easter railway at Filson this county a as instant byIpassenger The awful tragedy it seems was entirely the resuut of a lack of taro on the art of the dead man At this point tho coming and eastbound train pass each tother at a siding ilsons du ty it seems was o flag the trains and in steppe g from be hind the departing train ho sprang right in front of the on coming engine Tl e engineer saw the mans awful eril but it was too late to save liim The train was quickly slopped and the remains picked up They were mangled fearf ly almost beyond recogniton 9 Wilson was 20 s old and his home was in Faijtte county He had been the age t jit Filson since last October adcl was held in high esteem by alfTwho knew him A wife and child are left to mourn his loss Mrs S E Kinnaird left this week for their hone in Alabama Mr Kinnaird has been in that state for tho past sever al weeks t Get Webb to fix your clock or Watch Satisfaction given and work promptly executed t Taken up astray Two small calves bull and heif er red in color with alight show of Jersey Owner can hive same by proving property andtpaying all charges MORGAN McKiNNKY Vaughn Mill Ky Itv1PROVEDTRiIRVIGE Offered by the He between LoulsvlIIifaniT 3t is CoinmencingSunday June thKen tuckys popular line the I enderson Route will inaugurate a EMO and Fast Day service between Louts lie and St Louis in each directions l will im prove the time and equipment general ly of all trains between these points These daily trains will be operated in each direction on the following safe schedules between and St Louis Leave Louisville 830 a nii 000 pm and 7 00a m Arrive StLouis 0 16 p in 720 a m and tICp m The equipment is braridnew Just from the shops of the most modern vestibule pattern and is ad fine as on any train operatinil in or out of Ken tuckyrThe 880 a m train through without change of curs will be composed of Pullman Observation Parlor Cars Free Reclining Chair Cars Dinning Cars and high back seat passenger aches Tlifl 000 p m train through without change of cars will consist of Pullman Sleeping cars Free Recliniiigclinir Cars and high back scat passenger coaches The 700 a m train evil have Parlor Cars Dinning Cars and high back seat passenger coaches The Dinning Cars on trains will serve meals a la cariteryou pay only fiAlland arrive DepotLousvillefrom the magnificent ne vV Union Station St Louis i In purchasing your tickets to St Louis or to points west ask the agent for tickets via Louisville andthe Hender son Route lie will have ihem in stock and will be glad to tickei you that way You will be satisfied il1eers respect with the accommodation sad safe train service that is offered by this line which has been termed the Official Route Jar Kentuckians v Desirable rlouse fpr Rent A nice twostory residence in the eastern portion of1 the city Will be for rent May 1st The house has seven rooms with allnecessarylout office f l1y r f e y m r 17 i INSURE WITH F A LYON SON The Leading Insurance Agentsbl Eastern ICoutuclcy Over 200000000 Represented Everyone who knows anything about insurance know they are leaders in this line Startling Facts I A E BARNETT It SON Set the Pace and Hold the Lead With our Mammoth Store filled from bottom to topwith Nice New Clean Standard Goods bought in the best mar kets of the East We can supply you with any thing you need at prices so low as to make you wonder how we got them Everything from i Daper of Pins to a Wedding Trousseau from a Cake of Soap to a CarLoad of Bacon Bring on your produce and receive the best prices the mar ket affords Nice obliging clerks are at your service We hold tho 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 r INCORPORATED N H WITHERSFOON Pres Capital Stock 200000 Surplus We solicit the accounts of individ vale firms and corporations 848 tE Iy- j J F WEBB Tonsorial Artist CLAY CITV KY A Nice Clean Shave Fashionable Hair Cuts and all kinds of Hair Tonics You will all ways find keen razors and clean towels Laundry Agency in Connection I 23Dontfai to give a oallI THEWinchestei Bank 2Q030 Shampooing M BAILEY Merchant an J Custom MILLERCLAY OITY KY Custom work six days in the week Fresh Grouni Dolts Meal always ou ant I GrindsKfor one sixth tole I Pine Ridge Bill Hudson of West Bend visited here Sunday Try forHealth 222 South Peoria St CHICAGO ILL Oct 7 1902 Eight months ago J was so ill that I was compelled 0 te or sit down nearly all the time My stomach was so weak and upset that I could keep nothing on and I vomited frequently I could not urinate gteat pain and coughed so much that throat and lungs were raw and sore The doctors pronounced it disease IU consumptionIt they called it and I had no desire to live A sister visited me from St Louis and asked me if I had over tried Wine of Cardui I told her I had not and she bought a bottle I believe that it saved life I believe many women could save much suffering if they but knew of its value Dont you want freedom from pain Take Wine of Cardui and make one supreme effort to be well You do not need to be a weak helpless sufferer You can have a womans health and do a womans work in life Why not secure a bottle of Wine of Cardui from your druggist today VMINECARDIII G W OurtiS and family visit ed at Virden Sunday Several from here attended court at Winchester Monday R 11 Guy of Indian Fields was here on business Saturday W V Niblack sold to Mr De lanie three 1000 lb steers at 4t cents Sams We are needing rain very badly Most of our people are done laying by corn Quito a number from here spent the dayat Witt Springs Sunday Miss Alice Stone of Iron Mound visited Mrs Joe Tuttle las week Miss Lizzie Elkin entertained quite a number of her young friends SundayThere will be preaching at Lib erty the fifth Sunday by Rev Cul ton ot Itichmond Miss Brina Shepherd of Iron Moundvisited her mother here Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs Wesley Witt and Mrs J J Mnrgison visited Pleas McIntosh and wife Sunday Robert Witts funeral will be preached at the old home place 3 miles this side of Irvine Sunday August 7 1904 by J W Harding of Winchester Everybody invited to come Five Lion Heads cut from Lion Coffee Packages and a a cent stamp entitle you in addition toIthe regular free premiums to r one vote The 2cent stamp cov ers our to you K that your estimate is recorded W You can send as many estimates as desired Grand Prizi tf will be awarded to the one who is nearest correct on both our Worlds Fair and Presi dential Vote Contests We olio offer 500000 Special Cash Prizes to Grocers Clerks Particulars In each case of Lion Coffee rff tCreek Bill ti scl was hero tins week on buswes- sRobertAuhlridge t visited his father froth Saturday until Sunday y tRod Auldndgo was the guest of his brother here the latter part of last Soveraf iCk here attended Childrens at DunaWays Ohapelsa JKv John Ba lard and wife were the guestsor James Vaughn and family Sunday Millard E lbs and wife visited the latter rents at this place Saturday J Sunday Jack Par r J G and T J Vivion worj among the court visitors at in hester Monday H L and a Mr Clark county were here last week buying cat tieVivionBros sold to H L Quisenberrysome nice yearlings for 10400 t Jack Parker sold to same heifers for 4500 tIt W Virden We are some cool nights and G D Cod sold to Ed King 22 shoep for y00 per head Miss Lillie Ware is visiting her X50000 0CASH GIVEN AWAY to Users of t LION COF EEthe Regular Free Premiums How WouldYou 1IGreat Worlds Fair ontesJwill get theta In the I I Presidential Vote Contest t I acknowledgment First 500000 Qifsenborry Delary offtjedgesj artytwo warmfclays What will be the total popular veto cast for President votes for all can L dldates comblnedlItthe election November 8 29041 t c r In 1000 electionsI39r9653 people voted for nearest correct estl mates received in Wbolson Spice Com beforeNovemberprize for the nearest correct estimate second prize to the neit nearest etc etc as 1 First Price i 131500001 Second Prize 100000 2B rlOODAOPrises10 rrlses 10000 110000020 PrUei 6OOO CO Prliei 2000 100000I20O Prises 1000 i1 1800 Prises tIOOJ Jt900000 21s9PKIEEs TOTAL 12000000 How Would Your Name Look on One of These Checks Everybody uses coffee H you will use LION COFFEE long enough to get acquainted with it you wlll be suited and there Is no other such value for the money Then you will take no thats we advertise And weare uslngouradvertlslng money so that both of usyou as well as wewill get n benefit Hence for Head WE GIVE BOTH FREE PREMIUMS AND CASH PRIZE Complete Detailed Particulars in Every Package of LION COFFEE t WOOLSON SPICE CO CONTEST DEPT TOIEDOcOHIOrr e 4fI 1 tA f t f I j 4- P 4 J YI Y Ji Ir3 h sister Mrs Nannie Hughes at Kiddvillo this west T B Warp has begun cutting hickory this week fur the Han die Factory at Clay City this weekMarried last Thursday Mr Charley Curtis to Miss Mary Jane Bradham Squire D D Potts of ficiating G D Cook moved his mill Monday to Indian Fields where he hits a big boundary of oak timber to saw Our school commenced Mon day with Mrs Pattie Ware teach er We hope to have a good Our Bridge Fund The Clay City Council has decid ed to build a bridge across Red River at Waltersville and has appro priated 1000 for this purpose The bridge will cost about 83000 To get the bridge it is necessary to raise a neat sum by Subscription To this end the following persons andconcerns have sibcribed the amounts set opposite their names Clay City Council 81000 00 Lovelnnd Garrett Co 50000 Mt Sterling business men 117 00 J B Eaton 10000 CWRussell Louisville Ky 50 00 F B RussellII Co 50 00 W S Rogers 250 II C 1VarmoutbX250 A E Barnett Son 25 ID R Daniel 2500 JasB Hall 2500 John M Kennon 2500 CLAY CITY TIMES 2500 Dr B Littlepage 1000 Geo W Clark 100 W W Wilson Frank Adams 1000 H G Walters rv 1000 A Easter x 5 00 WE Heflin V v 500 500iBennyA P Johnson 500 B L Bruner 500 Thos B Ware M Bailey 500 M B Eubank 500 James F McKinney 500 H G BurgherSon 600 J H Burgher 500 Dr B R Smith 500 James Douglas Plum Ky Geo P Douglas Levee Ky 25 Wm Mountz Jr 250 J B Patton 250 Kale Martin 250 John P Curtis 200 Thos Wood 200 Herman Hoskin 200 R L Tipton 150 J H TerryI 150 G W Wells 150 Marion Williams 150 Thos Blanton 150 D Adams 100 James G Easter 100 Will T Snowden t 100 Tom Edge 100 Dud Parker 100 June Walters 100 Lorenza Patton 100 John Sewell 100 Lewis Mastln 100 Total 2142 00 The following business men and concerns of Mt Sterling have sub scribed the several amounts oppo site their names to the fund the total of which is included in the above list as shown Trimblo Grocery Co 82500 ChilesThompsonGrocery 1500 Oldham Bro8Co 1000 A Hoffman 1000 Monarch Milling Co 1000 W S Lloyd 750 Chenault ORear 750 Blount Nunnelly de Priest 5iOO Walah Bros 500 Guthrie Clothing Co 600 EW Senienr 500 SM Newmoyer 250 R H WhiteCo 250 Punch de Graves J 2 601 T J Dunglaa 250 Allen G jprewitt 200 4r 4w a it i3= r c school this year Cooks new lintel is progressing nicely B F Berry of aud 00 Olcmons Lyh Martin Turner Smith and 0 U Curtis of our town are the carpenters G W Curtis and wife of Pine Ridge and John Pigg and wife of Pleasant Ridge nnd uncle Ras Fisher and wife were pleas ant guests at 00 Curtis Sunday Mr 00 Olcnions reports of findinga good rich bee tree anti he and his boys laid her to the1 land Monday evening and said the bees were very wild and crb id but lie got the honey just the same BEST FOR THE- BOWELS If you biTeat a regular betltbr raorement of the Keepyonrbowelsviolent phjtlo or pill polionlt dangeroni The smoothest euleit most perfect way ot keeping the bowel clear and clean U to take CANDYI EM LIKE CANDY 0Pleasant Palatable Potent Tutu Good Do Never eteken or GrlpellO t5 and 0so cents perbos writetar tree sample and book let on health Address 433 Sterling Remedy Company Chicago or New York KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN Blue Grass 0sNurserles SPRING 1904r Trees by the Million Fruit and Ornamental Shrubs Grapevines Asparagus Rhubarb Small Fruits and everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden 0No Agents Strawberry and len eral Catalogue on application to H F Hilleivmeyer Sorts Both Phone 379 LEXINGTON ET RyoEASTnoCNb No 2 No4 DailyStationsLv Lexington 225715Winchester 810 825 LE Junction 823 887 f E 10 Olny City 850 913r Stanton 400 023 I Rosslyn 41211 28 kNatural Bridge 4 tM 054 4 Torrent 440 1008 DeattyvllleJunc 511 1020 0 K Junot 011 1120 Ar Jackson015 1180 WESTBOUND No8 No iDaily Dally ex Sun Stations P M A m Lv Jackson 225 025 II OK Junct 280020BeattyvllleJunc 820 rtJ20 II Torrent 847 744 II Natural Bridge 401 801 II Rosslyn 822 425 Stanton 430 828 II Olav City 439 887 LE Junction 608 010 Winchester 520 0 23 ArLexington 005 1O1O- Nos8antl 4 make close connections for CanneLOIty and points on the 0 K Division daily except Sunday Nos 1 and 2 connect at L A E junction with 0 a 0 MtSterlingandloqal points- J R BAnn OIIAB SOOTTIGen Manager Gen PassAgtI Clay City Hotel J H EATON Propel i withthebestthexaerkortdilotds I anddlean Rates150pordp y I k i 7 f j 4