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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r a dq THE CLAY TY TIMESoj 50 Cents a Year in Advance MgWerrouniing Country and Onrselves J E Burgher Publisher 311VOLnRSDAY AUGUST 4 1904 NO 31 1 Will Move to Winchester R 10 Mansfield Son the wellknown Rosslyn millers have about decided to leave Powell county and move their mill to Winchester They were in Winchester Friday and secured an option on some valuable lots desirably located for a flour mill For a number of years Mans fields mill has been a leading in dustry in the county and itwould 10 with great regrets that we would give them up The firm is strong and solid the business is conducted on the most modern principles and the products of the mill are not surpassed hy any and rarely equaled by the best and largest milling concern in the country The mill will be operated at Eosslyn for several months yet and we hope it will finally be the decision of this up todftte and progressive firm to remain in Powell At one time last spring they wanted to move their mill to Olay City and occupy the site of the old forge mill but couldnot make the necessary arrange 111 c nts on account of the high prices asked for the lots Our people made a mistake by not Sash doors Ceiling Blinds Etc Store Fronts raising a subscription and buy ing the site for them We are sorry to state that it is too late for Olay City to come in on this proposition and that she has lost this enterprise that was once anxious to locate here Plant Fruit Trees By all means the farmers in this section should go to setting out orchards The Clay City market is fine for choice fruit of which practically none can be bought from the farmers of the county We have a country nat urally adapted to fruit growing but the fruit growers are absent On this account the people of Olay City during the summer time when they depend upon home for their supply of apples peaches pears and so on they have to put with very inferior stuff and most of the time do without This should not be the cas and because it is it is a shame on people Farmer friend sit down this fnllandorder from H F Hillen meyer the wellknown and reli able Lexington nnrserman a quantity of a variety of fruit pick a section on your farm best ECONOMYf is w y Means Best goods at Lowest Prices 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 received my new Spring Goods and am better prepared than ever to comply with the demands of my custom ersMy stock If large and fresh embracing everything found in time line of General Merchandise the Best Quality and Lowest Prices S The Dress Goods Departmenti- s complete In every detail the finest to be found in Clay City In the Line of Fine Footwearm- y stock cannot bo excelledFresh Clean and Up to Date A Nice Line of Ladies Hats of the Very Latest Parisian Styles just receivec1See them before purchasing elsewhere My prices are strictly RIGHT Goods promptly delivered to all parts of the City Phone 38 KentuckyC Ky We Flooring Pickets Stairways Shingles anil I up our now Shimfessel I RBblIANCI Winchester MFG Go Manufacture Weatberboarding- Varandae We are Headquarters for BuildingPnper Felt Hoofing Flintoid footing and Etc v r i 1 1 I Send us Your Jstimafeis I W Promt Shipments FJt A t of I 1JF Lt adapted to orchards and give it a small portion bfjypur attention and time cultiviue it well and when it begins to bear it will pay you more than double for the time and y you have expended and pay you for your land too Get out of the ruts and show our bluegrass neighbors that we carrexcell them in more than one thing Our soil is adapted to a larger variety of products thanafy other in the State It is because we dont properly use if that it dont pay us the fault isr inn us alva s Lucky Prize Winners No one was more surprised than Mrs Herbert Tptlow of Ohio when the postmaster delivered to her an envel containing a certified check fori2500 00 signed by the WoolsomSpice Co of Toledo 0 Tiis good fortune was the result of atvestimatemadeby Mrs Tetlow in accordance with the Lion Coff offer to to those comingthe nearest to estimating the 4 h of July attend ance at the Worlds Fair The total paja attendance at the St Louis Imposition on July 4th was 185050 and Mrs Tet lows guess va exactly that num ber She sent in only six estimates r All told 88j Kentucky people won prizes t 1 ten leading ones 20 prize J A Phillips Grayson two 17IS 1TI Dilley Greel1jrf 1 pze emicliofthe following Mrs B L May Muir Ky Mb Anna B Pettel Fol som HI B Morton Mortons Gap Jo tnathan Salmons Green up J L White New Columbus W W White Lytle Thos Blanchard Maysville and W H Bogan Franklin each received 5 00 prizes- Throughout the last six months Woolson Spice Co has been ad vertising in the TIMES ahd other leading American newspapers an offer of 50000 il cash prizes to users of Lion CoffeV the Jf20 000 00 just awarded in their Worlds Fair contest Another 20000 00 will be given time same way to those who make the best estimates of the total Presiden tial vote to be cast next Novem ber This contest is awakening great interest jjliroughout the country and Lion head trade marks are beingioagerly sought after some persons offering to pay as much as fiy cents apiece for them J 1itr Excursion tot lsville The LtC E willfishn grand excursion froln andT points along thoroa4 to Louis ville on SundayAugust 14 for account of the P EnfTff campment c Rates for the r und trip will be 885 fr lltpJayOitynnd 8 05 from n Special train will run through to Louis ville via Lexingjoirand Louis ville j v y leaving play City at 103 and arriving at Lexington ll45 Arrive at Louisville inthaafternoon Tickets to Sttotiiswill be on sale for this trainwith privilege fstopp1l1gnt Loii sville luring the Encampm aCTatibne faro for returnfn i 1- on any train until September 10 i For further information call on agents L E railway I Kentucky Crop Report After n general summary from all the reports received at the different I ngiiciilturnl stations in the state the following crop conditions are four d to exist Wheat threshing is nearly com pleted The crop has turned out much better than expected in yield land quality The acreage was less than usual Tobacco has improved and is generally doing well There is complaint of frenching in some locals ties but the area affected is small The early fields are being topped Corn is in first class condition and promises a largo yield Roasting ears of fine quality are coin ing into market Oats are about all hnrvested and a fair crop has been secured in good order Potatoes and garden vegetables are very fine Hay cutting is about over the crop is below the average in yield andratherweedy in some sections Apples are falling badly and are deteriorating in quality Peaches are scattering some localities repot ting u full cropand others none at allHemp is doing well in most local ities and bids fair to make at least an average crop HoWTheyScU led it Some years ago three teachers made application forII certain school in Rockcastle Each one had a trustee favoring his appointment They compromised by run ing a foot race A preacher won thought handicapped by carrying a tail on his shoulder He taught the school Winchester Democrat 0 Clay City Gets the Bridge The Clay City Council at its relular meeting last night signed a contract for the construction of an iron bridge in Clay City at the old Waltorsville crossing the contract price being i2090 The bridge will be 140 feet long 14 feet wide and sufficiently strong to hold up as many traction engines as can stand on the roadway t 4Store Burned The large store house and stock of goods near Indian Fields be longing to Dawson Elkin were totally destroyed by fire Sunday morning while Mr J H Daw son the manager was gone to church1he loss is large with little or no insurance This is the second time Mr Dawson has been burned out in the last three years Are Vou far Sighted Must you hold the book or paper at arms length to get the proper fo cus If BO 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 Not Space Enough We received orders to publish the list of clans allowed at the two last sessions of the Fiscal Court butfor time want of space this week the matter was leftover until itlie next issue if cf I The Balance i Wheel jLook lns Ide your watch moment The balance wheel Is making 18000 vibrations an hour if Its In coodn condition If the movement Is slug gash theres something wrong It 0 will stove miles inn year and- S J requires less than onetenth of a drop of oil to make It run nut it needs S that little badly The least degree of friction on the bearings niters J ithe motion Dont take chances Let ale clean nnd oil andllUt your watch in order for n pny und satisfy you J = WEBB the Jeweler CLAY CITY Married Lifes is likely to be happier for those young folks who providing fore 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 RE MEM HER that we pay 3 per cent interest compounded every six months on savings deposits Clay City National bank- S Clay City Kyii Wm SMETHERS WALTERSVILLE KY Tonsorial Artist First class Jp to Date work at reasonable charges 311i PROFESSIONAL OAUUS Bertram Smith D D S Resident Dentist CLAY CITY KENTUCKY Office at the Akers Hotel where an eqperltnc ed Practloner may be found day and prerared to execute all kinds of high grade work known to modern Dentistry Dr C B DICKSON DENTIST CLAY CITY KY R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OLAY CITY KY B LITTLEPAGE M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY OITY KY B R SMITH MD PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITYKY i 1 fa o r THE CLAY SITY TIMES5- O Cents a Year in Advance We are here to help Clay City l6eerrouniing Country and Ourselves J E Burgher Publisher VOL 9 CLAY OITY KY THURSDAY AUGUST 4 1904 NO 31 I 0 Will Move to AVincticste- rRV0 Mansfield tC Son the wellknown Rosslyn millers have shout decided to leave Powell county and move their mill to Winchester They were in Win chester Friday mid secured an option on some valuable lots desirably located for a flour mill For a number of years Mans Melds mill has been leading in dustry in the county and it would be with great regrets that we would give them up The firm is strong and solid the business is conducted on the most modern principles and the products of the mill are not surpassed by any and rarely equaled by the best and largest milling concern in the country The mill will be operated at Kosslyn for several months yet and we hope it will finally be the decision of this up to date and progressive firm to remain in Powell At one time last spring they wanted to move their mill to Clay City and occupy the site of the old forge mill but could not make the necessary arrange ments on account of the high prices asked for the lots Our people made a mistake by not We Sash Blinds Fronts raising a subscription and buy ing the site for them We are sorry to state that it is too late for Olay City to come in on this proposition and that she has lost this enterprise that was once anxious to locate here Plant Fruit Trees By all means the farmers in this section should go to setting out orchards The Olay City market is fine for choice fruit of which practically none can be bought from the farmers of the county We have a country nat urally adapted to fruit growing but the fruit growers are absent On this account the people of Clay City during the summer time when they depend upon home for their supply of apples peaches pears and so op they have to put up with very inferior stuff and most of the time do without This should not be the cas and because it is it is a shame on our people Farmer frienrl sit down this falland order from H F Hillen meyer the wellknown and reli able Lexington nurserman a quantity of a variety of fruit pick a section on your farm best ECONOMYf A 1 4 3 Means Best goods at Lowest Prices y This is the place you are looking for Shimfeseels 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 icqeived 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 Quality and 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 cannot bo excelled Fresh Clean and Up toDate 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 I KentuckyC doors I Shimiessel I RJbl NJ MFG Go Winchester Ky Manufacture Flooring Ceiling Weatuerboarding Verandas Pickets Stairways Sliingle811ndEtol- 3tore We are Headquarters for Building Paper Felt Hoofing Flintoid Ropfiing and Etc V S Sendus Your Estimates i t omtS ipmento y 7 c YZu adapted to orchard and give it a small portion offonr attention and time cultivjrte it well and when it begins to bear it will pay you more than double for the time and money you have expended and paytyou for your land too the ruts and show our bluegrass neigh bors that wo can excell them in moro than one thing Our soil is adapted to a larger variety of products that 13 other in the j State It is because we dont properly use itytliat it dont pay us the fault is in us alva s r V M Lucky Prize Winners No one was intro surprised than Mrs Herbert Tctlow of Ohio when the postmaster delivered to her an enveloio containing a certified check for X2500 00 signed by the Woolso Spice Co of To ledo O This good fortune was the result of itn estimate made by Mrs TetloMr in accordance with the Lion Coffee premium offer to to those coming the nearest to es timating the 4th of July attend ance at the Worlds Fair The total paja attendance at the St Louis Exposition on July 4th Mrs Tot lows guesswarxactly that number She sent in only six osti r mates Lg All told Jtentucky people won prizes tto ten leading ones 20 prize J Phillips Grayson Ky two 1 yes 1Vm Dilley- Ireelili f l pze o eacll ofthc following Mrs BL May Muir Ky Mts Anna B Pettel Fol som j Hi B Morton Mortons Gap j Jo muthan Salmons Green up J L White New Columbus W W White Lytlo Thos Blanchard Maysvillo and W H Bogan Franklin each received 5 00 prizes Throughout the last six months Woolson Spice Co has been ad vertising in the TIMES ahd outer leading American newspapers an offer of 50000 ia cash prizes to users of Lion Coffee the jf20 000 00 just awarded in their Worlds Fair contest Another 20000 00 will bo given the same way to those who make the best estimates of the total Presiden tial vote to be cast next November This contest is awakening great interest tltroughout the country and Lion head trade marks are beingeagerly sought after some persons offering to pay as much as livecents apiece for them i F lAL Excursion tpLoulsvllle The L E wilrtrun a grand excursion frojnjjjfjaokson and points along tho o rto Louis ville on SundnyAugust 14 for account of the GroaVK P Enrto campment Rates for the roWd trip will be 885 front City and 8 05 from StanfpriV Special train will run through to Louis villa via Lexin andLouis- vJlle Southern IJjvjjway leaving Play Oity at 10 2Ji and arriving at Lexingtonablr45 Arrive at rooon Tickets to Sttoiawfll bo on sale for this trafinjpiti privilege pf stopping at 1l1o during I the Encainpnifcnttfattone faro for rnutid trip plus 0 o tits return rt on any train until September 10 For further information call I on agents L E railway I Kentucky Crop Report After a general summary front nil the reports received at the diticrcntI ftgiiciilturil stations in the following crop conditions are our to existWheat threshing ie nearly com pleted The crop has turned out much better than expected in yield and quality The acreage was less than usual Tobacco has improved and is gen erally doing well There is complaint of frenching in some localities but the area affected is small The early fields are being topped Corn is in first class condition and promises a large yield Roasting ears of fine quality are coin ing into market Oats are about all harvested and a fair crop has been secured in good order Potatoes and garden vegetables are very fine Hay cutting is about over the crop is below the average in yield andrather weedy in some sections Apples are falling badly and are deteriorating in quality Peaches ate scattering some localities repot ting a full crop and others none at all Hemp is doing wet I in most local ities and bids fair to make at least an average crop cHow TheySeUled Some years ago three teachers made application fora certain school in Rockcastle Each one had a trustee favoring his appointment They compromised by run ing a foot race A preacher won thought handicapped by currying a tail on his shoulder He taught the school Winchester Democrat Clay City Gets the Bridge The Clay City Council at its relular meeting last night signed a contract for the construction of an iron bridge in Clay City at the old Waltorsville crossing the contract price being 2900 The bridge will be 140 feet long 11 feet wide and sufficiently strong to hold up as many traction en gines as cite stand on the roadway rStore Burned The large store house and stock of goods near Indian Fields be longing to Dawson Elkin were totally destroyed by lire Sunday morning while llrT II Daw son the manager was gone to churchIhe loss is large with little or no insurance This is the second time Mr Dawson has been burned out in the last three years Are You far Sighted Must you hold the book or paper at arms length to get the proper fOe cus If so a careful examination now and the use of praper glasses will set you right There is worse trouble ahead if you fail to note warning W T WEBB Optician Not Space Enough We received orders to publish the list of claims allowed at the two last sessions of the Fiscal Court butfor the want of space this week the matter was left over until the next issue tTs 01 1 The Balance i Wheel v i Look inside your watch moment The balance wheel is mnking 18000 vibrations an hour if Its In good a condition If the movement Is slugu wish theres something wrong 0 will move miles in a yenr and J i requires less titan onetenth of n drop I of oil to make it run But it needs J that little badly The least degree altersthemotionme clean nnd oil nnd nut your wntcli in order for u year It will pay and satisfy you WEBB the Jeweler CLAY city v I Married Life i 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 BEn that we pay 3 per cent interest compounded every six months on savings deposits S Clay City National Salk Clay City Ky e ei Wm SMETHERS WALTERSVILLE KY Tonsorial Artist First class tp to Date work at reasonable chargesP- ROFEBSIONAL W iCAnns4- PhNhhMrhnNMPMhnnNNh4MMNAhnnh run Bertram Smith D D S Resident Dentist CLAY CITY KENTUCKY Office at the Aker Hotel where an eqperlenc- ed Practloner be found day and prepared to modernlDentistryhigh trade work known to Dr C B DICKSON DENTIST CLAY CITY KY R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OLAY CITY KY B LtTTLEPAQE M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY OITY KY B R SMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITYKY S v + r GOOD FLOUR Is the foundation of Buccensful Bread Making Pastry Making Good Cooking The housewife who has been longing for a Hour that combines all the good qualities should try Mansfields Flour Contains all the nutrition of the wheat tastesgood bakes light Buy BEST PATENT or MOUN TAIN LILY of your grocer and have better bread in your home RC MansfieldSon K088IAN KY SPOUT SPRING L B Burgher of near Win chester is visiting relatives near here Moses McKinney of Mt Ster ling is visiting home folks this weekMr and Mrs R H Curtis visited relatives in Clay City SundayMr Mrs Benny McKinney visited the family of J E Burgher at OlayOity Sunday- J F McKinney and Elder B F Wright were in Stanton on- t business Monday I Mrs W J Barnett who has been in failing health for some time has not been so well the past week Russell Christopher and Ma rion McKinney went to Irvine Monday on a buesiness mis sionlVrrs B F Wright whose se rious illness was noted in the last issue of the TInEs is now improving very nicely we are glad to state Every body is invited to home out to preaching at the Baptist church at Salem Saturday and Sunday mornings Elder J T Turpin will again supply for the church Asa Todd and Asa Barnett attended the lecture at the Hardwicks Creek Methodist church Saturday night and report an interesting and instruc tive talk by Mrs Bens The trustees of our public school are having a well put down in the school house yard and will repaint the house at an early date A new fence will be put around the yard and other improvements made at once Wo are pleased to note these badly needed improvements and hope to see the good work continue and branch out in all directions of the country Testimonial from Judge Wills Olay City Ky Aug 2 1004 To WHOM IT MAY CONCERN Dr Bertram Smith the Clay City resident dentist repaired my wifes broken plate and made it as good as new Another dentist had repaired it and fail edj so we recommend Dr Ber tram Smith to our friends L G WILLS MRS ISOBA D WILLS tHE TIMES I UUUSHEU EVERY THUKSDAY J E Burgher Publisher Subscription Rates 50 Cents per year in ad vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass mail matter Thursday J o Aug 4 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 100 CI Cincinnati Enquirer 110 11 Louisville Commercial 75 t Home and Farm 75 ANNOUNCEMENTS a FOR SHERIFF Tnos B WARS is a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Powell County sub ject to the action of the Democratic party JOHN M KEXNON is a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Powell county subject to the action of the Democrat ic party FOR COUNTY CLERK CHARLIE EWE is a candidate for the office of clerk of the County court sub ject to the action of the Democratic party FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS R A IRVIN Sn is a candidate for the office of Superintendent of Schools of Powell county subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR ASSESSOR JAMES W WOOLERY is a candidate for Assessor of Powell County subject to the action of tihe Democratic party FOR JAILOR GEORGE STEPHENS of Stanton is a candidate for Jailor of Powell county subject to the action of the Democratic party The Right Kind of Citizens Messrs D M Curry of David son Ky find H D Curry of Myers Ky have each subscrib ed ten dollars to the bridge fund now being raised to build ahigh way bridge at Waltersville If all the people of this section had the same feeling for their home as these gentlemen it would be an easy matter to get some of the many needed improvements VVo hope our people in a course of time will learn that every dollar invested in public improve ments brings a better per cent to property owners than money invested any other way and if it helps the country in which we live it is bound to help us whether we can ever use the im provements not We are glad to know that there are people who have moved away that still have an interest in their old home whether all thepeople left here have or not Rend the let ter from Mr D M Curry in this issueThere vasa time when the Democratic party was more harmonious than it is just at present says an exchange There are no wings and there is per feet peace in all directions There are no quarrels pending or im pending no jealousies to be ad justed and no heart burnings to be cured Most of the irritation that exists is in the editorials of Republican newspapers and the hopes of Republican leaders I who are greatly disappointed to find that Tillman carries some thing besides a pitchfork A H Norton who served so efficiently as Circuit Clerk of this county will make the race for County Clerk in the coming toselectcandidates M Mr Norton has a largo number of friemisTin the county who are loyal to him in their support which makes him a strong can didate His announcement in the TIMES jyill appear in a short while Democracy was never in bet ter sondition in Powell county than at present and the party may depend upon an increased majority There is but one kind of Democrats in the county now and that is tho supporting and voting kind Hows This We offerOne Hundred Dollars Reward for nay case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J CiiENEYCo Tojedo0 We the undersigned have known F J CIIENET for the last 16 years and believe him perfectly honorable in all busihesB transactions and fi nancially able to carryout any ob ligations made by his firm WALDINQj KlNNAN 8t MARVIN Wholesale Druggists Teledo 0 Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Testimonials sent free Price 76c per bottle Sold by all DruggistsTake Family Pills for con stipation Blame No One But Yourself- if You Dont Get Well When SicK All wo can do Is so advice Of course thats eaiy But our advice la many worth a little more to you than m st peoples for we offer to gIve you th first bottle of our medicine free If 1tto help you We could nU MB to A this unless oYrmedfclne aaood aukhnotter on the wrong kin i of ei would put a merchant prince house Dr Miles Nervine l as years of experience hate mediC a medl cine that cures the sick Those whom It less than one In ton prefer to refund their money All we ask of you Is to try Dr allies Restorative Nervine for your complaint If you suffer from sleeplessness nervous exhaustion dizziness headache mus cular twitching melancholy loss of memory weak stomach poor blood bilious troubles epilepsy St Vitus Dance etc we will guarantee to benefit you or refund your money You ard the doctor ily son Bert when In his 17th year became subject to attacks of epilepsy- so serious that we were compelled to take him out of school After physicians had failed to relieve him we gave Dr Miles Nervine a trial Ten months treatment with Nervine and LIver Pills restored our boy perfect healthMRDeputy Co ferkIaUas CoMo0N FREEWrite us and we will mall I Free Trial Packare of Dr Miles AntiPain PHIi the New B lentlflo Remedy for Pain Also Symp tom for our Specialist to diagnose your case and tell you Is wrong and how to Absolutely Free Address DR MILES MEDICAL CO LABORATORIES ELKHART IND MACHINE SHOP ALL KINDS OF Machinery Repaired We Keep iq Stodk Steam Fittings Belting Hose and ElectricalSupplies WE ALSO BUILD Gasoline Engines In 3 5 8 and l2hbrsepower The best known power for farmers and others puntedisLT CHiSAGM mvnavs sa vu- i l Y It W st 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 Dimites Ginghams Hosiery Odd Pants Chinaware Art Material Hamburgs All over Laces All over Embroideries Jewelry and Belts Kid Gloves Nuts- ooooand Candies MRS WILLIAMS Clay City Ky Littlepage Son DRUGGISTS Clay City Ky Patent Medicines Paints Oil Sundries Stationery and Etc Prescriptions carefully compounded The Whitest White CakerThe Lightes Light Rolls And Flakiest Biscuit Arc 1lnde When You Use Pearl and Bakers Pride Flour Take no Other Every Sack Guaranteed MANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN VERSAILLES KY Sold by our Leading Merchants 734 l RH eUKTIS i t Jt Leader inI i li General Merchandise ir5 fi and Country Produce fi Mal Price paid for Railroad Ties Spout Spring Kentuckya 1 1 II Your Patronage Solicited r r titHE TIMES J AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER THURSDAY AUGUST 4 1904 FOCAL BREVITIES Mrs J F Cocvistt dJ in LOX ington Friday Soveral from this place attend edCounty Court at Stanton Mon day i jj Harlan Dawson ofiRight iclayf 0 E Sells is 0 attending the Worlds Fair at St JJouis this week I Mrs 0 0 Eaton who has been quite sickis now improving V slOWly Z j V H E Willis of Bowen has moved to Lee City and is in tie igoods business Born to the1 wifeqf Supt F P Tracy of Stantona girlOl ga Elen Nora Mrs W R Oassidyis visiting her sister Mrs A E Sams at Winchester this week VJi E Burgher and family visited the family of A E Sams in Winchester Sunday night Mrs Mary Kirk and Dora Lowe visited friends and relatives in Winchester tho vastjQek I f An excursion of eleven filled coaches came to Natural Bridge Sunday from Cincinnati over the I LN Judge and Mrs L G Wills of huge were down Monday having byDri There will be a big game of base ball between Clay City and Stanton played at the latter place Sunday afternoon The Clark County Teachers Institute is in session at Win chester this week Prof Burton is conducting the samer J W McKiimoy passed through the city yesterday with a large drove of sheep that he had bought in the mountains Misses Mattie and Edith Creed and Margaret Bush of Stanton and C mla Brock of Minnesota were the guests of Mrs Mary Kirk this week Mrs J W Tipton left Sunday for Somerset Ky where she will visit her husband who has been in the stave business there for several months Our progressive miller M Bai Icy has bought three lots on Seventh avenue above the Clay City Hotel property and will build a nice residence on the same at onceDr B R Smith loft Monday morning for a sanitarium at some point in Indiana where helms been called to see his father who is very low at this time without hopes of recovery R H Niblack and wife left Monday afternoon for Urbana Ills to make that state their fu tare home Mr and Mrs Nib lackare excellent citizens whom we regret to lose yearstiiahome with his uncl John Hen ryeft Tuesday morning t for ur yW I Yr Iris I j Louisville where he will proba bly reside with his father Dan Henry in the futuro- There i I will be a grand picnic at Stanton Saturday under tho management of Mr A J Friend A good time is assured for nIl who attend and good order will be maintained by officers Qeo W Rice has moved into the Moore property opposite Central Hotel This residence has recently been repaired and renovated and is now one of the most desirable pieces of property in the city Clint Stephens was found oh the road side across the river on Pompy a few days ago in an un conscious condition and died Sunday Burial Monday He had been subject to epileptic spells for some time and it is supposed that one of these caused his death New Butcher Shop Sam Carr has opened a first class butcher shop in Roses store and is handling nothing but first class butcher stock He seems to be doing a land office business by furnishing the people with the best there is in the market at the most reasonable prices When you need any thing in his line give him a call Sam will treat you right always and ap preciate vour trade and give you the biggest piece of meat you ev er bought for the money Displayed Sound Judgment Millard Carr one of our must prosperous and progressive young men being desirous of placing himself under the most favorable condition to attain success went to Indianapolis a few weeks ngo to investigate an opening He found no better opportuni ties there than in his old homeso- he returned at once where he will resume business Uncle Wesley at Winchester J W Lockname of Waltersville Powell county was in the city last week vesting friends aird called on the Democrat while here He is 79 years old and distinctly remembura when there were only two stores in Winchester and both of them con ducted in log houses Mr Lock nane is a remarkably well preserved man and relates miny interesting reminiscences cf pioneer days In 1830 his father JJenJ Locknnne purchased the farm on which he now lives at twelve and one half cents per acre and recently he re fused 50 per acre for the same land Winchester Democrat Potatoes Grown in Straw AnIndlana farmer says A writer friend of mine raised and extraordinary crop of potatoes last year by laying the seed potatoes on the topof the ground covering them with straw to a depth of a foot or more When ripe the ground was almost covered with large and clean potatoes 100 per cent better than ev er raised by any of his neighbor Then there was no bother cultivat ing the crop Just plant and the job is done Thisis an old Irish method and is worth trying when one has the straw True to the ninute is theway your watch should keep time If it doesnt it needs fix ing You should take it to W T Webb at once and have him repair it for you A guarantee of one year goes with all work For Side A two story business house on 7th ave 4 lots well improved suitable for business or dwelling For further information apply to James Bloom t t Is i jt I M While in manysections they are having we are very dry about Olay City and crops are beginning to badly need rain kls True to Their Old Home Davidson Ky July 2i01 Mr J E Olaybity Ky DEAR Sm Forthe respect and good feeling I have for my old home birthplace relatives and friends you cati book me for ten dollars as every little helps to build a bridge I have no interests in Olay City wild may never cross the bridge nut I feel it my duty to help to the amount of 10 00 You can also book H D Curry for 1000 as he author ized me to write you to this effect Hoping you may succeed in building the bridge I remain- Respectfully D M CURRY Get Webb tct fix your clock or Watch Satisfaction given and work promptly executed Taken up Estray Two small calves bull and heif er rud in color with slight show of Jersey Owner can have same by proving property and paying all oharges MORGAN McKINNEY Vaughns Mill Ky IMPROVED TRfllN SERVICE Offered by the Henderson Route between Louisville and St Louis Commencing Sunday June 20th Ken tuckys popular dine 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 general ly of all trains between these points These daily tntfns will be operated in each direction i the following safe schedules betwe u Louisville and St Louis I Leave Louisvlljl 830 am000pm and 700amA StLouis0lOpin- 7O a tn d In Tho equipment is brand new just from the shops of the most modern vestibule pattern and is as line as on any train operatinff In pr out of Ken tucky The 830i m train through without change of Lars will be composed of Pullman Observation Parlor Cars Free RecliningChair Cars DinningCars and high back scat passenger coaches The 600 p m train through without change of cars will consist of Pullman SleepingcarsFreeRecliningclmirCars and high back sent 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 servo meals a la carte you hay only for what you get All trains will leave from andarrive in the Seventh Street Union Depot Lousvillc arriving at and departing from the magnificent new Union Stat ion St Louis In purchasing your tickets to St Lou is or to points west ask the agent for tickets via Louisville and tho Honder = son Route He will have them in stock and will be glad totickotyotithnt way You will be satisfied in evers respect with the accommodation and safe train service that is offered by this line which has been termed the Official Route for Kentuckians CHURCH DIRECTORY Baptist Cfhurch Salem first Satur day morning and Sunday following Elder J T Turpin supply i Powells Valley second Saturday nna Sunday EI- der Turpin pastor Bowen fourth Sat urday and Sunday Elder J T Turpin pastor I ClayCitynolds pastor Hardwicks creek third SundayMethodist Church ReV 30Craw ford pastor first Sunday breaching at Clay City morning and second and fourth Sunday nights second Sunday at Hardwickd creek in tho precedingThirdand evening fourth Sunday prenchlng at Jacksons Chapel morning amid on Saturday night b forQ Sunday school at all churches tOlnyCityfourth atteach place both morning and ovomng Itek A Irvin pas orftt7ff K7 tL-h h ittoitz 1- Al 1rtk INSURE WITH F A LYON 6c SON The Lead1n IiiHminiico Agentof Eastern ICcntuolcy Over 200000000 Represented Every one who knows anything about insurance know they are leaders in this line Startling Facts I AI 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 the- mEverything from i Daper of Pins to a Wedding Trousseau from a Cake of Soap to a CarLoad of Bacon Bring on your produce and receive the best prices the mar ket affords Nice obliging clerks are at your service MVe holdthe field in Tanbark and Ties and nre Swapping iyour 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 1 him THE INCORPORATED N H Capital Stock 200 JO We solicit tlie accounts of individ uals firms and corporations 848 R J F CLAY CITY KY A Nice Clean Shave Hair Cuts Shampooing and all kinds of Hair Tonics You willall ways find keen razors and clean towels 4 in ConnectionI23Dontfai to give a callI Winchestei Bank 200000 Surplus WEBB Tonsorial Artist Fashionable Laundry Agency ViTIIEnsrooNiPres M BAILEY Merchant an J Cu- stomMILLED I CLAY OITY KY- Cnstomnorksix days in the week j Fresh Groans DolteJ Meal always on hanJ GrindsforyOnqBixtU tole y i 1 Snow Creek There seems to be no change in the health of E Mansfield H H Vivion sold to Bluford Fox one saddle horse for 100 Miss Lillie Vivion visited at Winchester Saturday and Sun dayDavis Hudson and wife visited relatives at the Junction Clark county Saturday and Sunday Mrs Wills and daughters Misses Oallie and Effie were the guests of J D Kerr and family Sunday Sams Mrs Will Withers is able to be againWe a nice shower Monday which was badly needed G J Allen sold to Rube Puck ett a small bunch of hogs for 2150 T J Hackworth sold to Rube Puckett one yoke of oxen for 95 00 A special term of Estill Cir cuit Court convened at Irvine MondayT McKinney and family of Spout Spring visited W F Mc Intosh and family Sunday There will be a picnic at Witt Springs Saturday August 13 Every body invited to come Will and John Matherly and sister Miss Lizzie of Log Lick visited relatives here Sunday Z M Minter Lee Pearison and Levi Rowlette were court visitors at Richmond Monday Sage Mr and Mrs L G Wills were t BLACK DRAUGHTSTOCK POULTRYf MEDICINEStock troubles which are not bowel and liver irregularities Black Draught Stock Medi cine is a bowel and liver remedy for stock It puts the organs of digestion in a condition American breeders and farmers keep their herds and flocks healthy by giving them an oeca sio al dose of BlackDrau ht Stock and Poultry Medicine In their food Any raiser buy a 25 cent halfpound airtight can of this medicine from his and keep his stock in vigorous health for weeks Dealers gener ally keep BlackDrautrht Poultry Medicine If does not send 25 cents for a sample can to the manufacturers The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chat tanooga Tenn OASO IfOI BlackDraught Stock and Poultry Medicine U the but Lever tried Our lock wu looking bad when you sent me the medicine and now they are letting 10 gee They are looking JO per cent betterS P BBOCKINOTON 60 YEAS EXPERIENCE k TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ac Anyone sending a sketch and dNcrtDtlou ma our opinion free wbether auInvention II problbl patenteb e Commuolc- atlon UlctIconDdezitlal HAIfIII80I oa lateatI- Mnt tree VldCllt OJ aeaart atenu vepecSdtMOfkHlltri n Abandsomely Illustrated weekly lIIIel alt eoalatlon ot au lc1enUAo Jouraa Terms U a rkJkMcl Y at Clay City Monday Mr and Mrs L G Wills spent Sunday at J H Pelfreys Miss Ethel Wills spent Satur day and Sunday with her sister Mrs Isom Osborn Messrs E E and Byron Bor ton are spending this week with their parents at Falmouth Mr and Mrs T G Skidmore of North Fork were to see Mrs S J Miller who is sick Monday Mr and Mrs Abb Bonning field spent Saturday with Mr and Mrs AlbertEwen at Bowen Mrs Garrett Skidmore of North Fork visited her mother Mrs Julia McDonald last Fri dayFloyd and Allen Wills attend ed meeting and basket dinner on East Fork of Slade last Sunday They report a large crowd and a quiet time Kimbrell Daniel F Blanton returned Monday from the Worlds Fair at St Louis Ed King and Newt Orsborne of Clark county was here last week buying sheep Mr Lowry of Log Lick was here last Tuesday to buy a bill of lumber of Gentry Puckett Dudley Cottman attended the funeralof Mrs Thomas Tuttle deceased at Dunawuy last Snd dayIour school teacher visited her home at Waco last Saturday and Sun day The services at Kimbrells Chapel conducted by Revs Craw ford and Ohilton continue with increasinginterestThe r Walters charg ed with the murder of Henry Miles which was called at Irvine last Tuesday was continued as the special Judge appointedwas not present Knowlton John Lyle spent Sunday with Benj Holman Mrs Mary Powell is on the sick list this week Mrs Spencer visited Miss Lena Johnson Sunday Alfred Holman is on the sick list at this writing Miss Minnie Lyle was the guest of Miss Lou Holman Sunday Miss Effie Frazier visited Miss Addie Frazier Tuesday night Misses Effie Frazier arid Emma Spencer visited Miss Lou Hol man Monday Alfred Holman of Bowen vis ited his cousin Asa Holman from Friday until Sunday Will T Spencer visited friends and relatives in Wolfe county Saturday night and Sunday RobertJohnsonofWoodwards Oreek visited Alfred Holman and family Saturday and Sunday Ben and Melvin Ohatman of Wolfe county are visiting their cousins John and Gen Spencer this week Floyd and Frank Bryant of Wolfe county who have been visiting their cousins John and Gen Spencer returned home Monday Genet 4j Jjisr F V 0 Martin went to Stanton Sa ifbusiness The ha11liero on the 24th did great damgsetothe farmers Bill Howell and wife of Yin ton visited at Y 0 Martins Sun day Jim Scobee of Winchester was in our neighborhood Thurs day on business Geo M Knox and wife of Knox KyMlare visiting friends and relativeshere it Johnny Skidmore of Bowen was with friends here the latte- part of the teak Our school = is progressing nice ly under the management of Prof Adam fof Bowen J Aunt Abby McCoy of Xena visited her nJ1meBat thi place Saturday and Sunday Miss Jane Hutton of Laurel county is visiting friends in thi neighborhood at this writing A little figlit occurred at the saw mill on Gladys Branch Fri day but no one was seriously hurt Marion Hatton and wife of Hay Stack were the guests of J A Crabtree wandfamily the last of the week Weed Hatton who has been employed in a job of work on In dian Creek was at home Frida on a visit l Red Top West Bend Robert Swope Visited at Win chester last week J Uncle Peter Beiry is very low at this writing Earnest Gopdpaster of Win chester visitejl hevj Sunday FranlHe tWQltester visited his parents hereJa week Milford Berry of Bourbon county visited relatives eze las week Milton Morehead of Winches ter visited his parentS here last weekMisses Minnie and Besso Berry are visiting in Bourbon county this week Miss Lula McPherson of Win chester visited her mother here this week MissMary Swope of Lexing ton visited her randfather here recently l Letcher Dalton has accepted a position as brakeman on the L E R RsMrs J B Robinson of Ohica go is the guest of Mrs James Hensley this week Mrs Bettie Everraan of Snow Creek is with her son Will who continues very low Albert Wood and Henderson Vivion of Snotty Creek were visitors here Saturday Mrs Mary Barnett of Win chester visited her father M Swope here last week Rev Ml1 Roundtreo of Rico Station visited his nother hero Saturday and Su day Mrs Susie Stqkely of Win chester visited her brother W G Everman here54isweek Mr and Mrs SAT Stevenson of Indian Fields visited her mother Mrs Eleri McPherson hero Sunday Robt and OhafleylSwopo Jas Roberts and EdwaTd Hinds attended the partypfMi8SMattie 011halat Kiddvllle oaturday- might r a- AID 4 c Our Bridge FundtThe Clay City Council has decided to build a bridge across Red Riv er at Valtersville and has appro priated 1000 for this purpose The bridge will cost about 3000 To get the bridge it is nesessary to raise a neat sum by Subscription To this end the following persons andconcerns have subcribed the amounts set opposite their names Clay City Council 1000 00 LovelandGarrett Co 50000 Mt Sterling business men 117 00 J B Eaton 10000 00rF B R ssellII 50 00 W S Rogers 2500 II C Warmouth 2500 A E Barnett Son 2500 D R Daniel 2500 Jas B Hn1125oo-John 11 Kennon 2500 CLAY CITY TIMES 2500 Dr B Littlepage 1000 1000sW W Wilson 1000 Frank Adams 1000 H G Walters 1000 D M Curry Davidson Ky 1000 H D Curry MyersI 10 00 A Easter 500 W E Heflin 500 Thos Ogden Jr 500 Benny McKinney 500 AP Johnson COO B L Bruner 500 Thos B Ware 500 500yM James F McKinney 500 H Go Burgher Son 500 J H Burgher 500 Dr B R Smith 500 Geo W Anderson 300 James Douglas Plum Ky 250 Geo P Douglas Levee Ky 250 Wm Mountz Jr 250 J B Patton 260 Kale Martia 250 J H Daweon Clark county 260 John P CU ti8tJ 200 Thos Wood 200 Herman Hoskin 200 200tJ H Terry 150 G W Wells 150 Marion Williams 150 Thos Blanton 15Q D Adbms 100 James G Easter 100 Will T Snowden 100 Tom Edge 100 Dud Parker 100 June Walters 100 Lorenza Patton 100 John Sewell 100 Lewis Mastin 100 Total 62160 50 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 Trimble Co 2500 Chiles ThompsonGrocery Co 1500 Oldham Bros fc Co 1000 A Hoffman 1000 Monarch Milling Co 1000 W S Lloyd 750 Chenault ORear 750 Blount Nunnelly do Priest 500 Walsh Bros 500 Guthrie Clothing Co 500 F W Senlenr 500 S M Newmeyer 250 R H White Co 250 Punch Graves 250 TJ Dunglas 250 Allen G Prewitt 200 Jesus Paid It All An exohange says Third notice Every editor has received them The postmaster sends them to the edit- Or The postmaster is not to blame For instance there is a man by the name ofwelIsay Tom Short who sent us three notices to stop his paper He did not want it any longer We wondered what was the matter Upon investigation our subscription book we found that Tom was short 8570 He has nev er paidn cent apdyet be stoped hispaper A evenings agowe stepped into church and Toms I u melodious voice rang out loud and clear in the old soulstirring song Jesus Paid it All We might have been mistaken but his earnest ness impressed us The next day we sent him a receipt in full beg gang his pardon BEST FOR THE BOWES ymovemdntofthebowelbowels and be well Fore p of violent pnjrilo or pill polion li aaogerons The lleeplDILb CANDYI EAT EM LIKE CANDY Pleasant Palatable Potent Taste Good Do Good Never Slake weallea or Orlpe1023 and booklitntrllna Rtm tr Comntni Chicago or New York KEEP YOUR ILQOD CLEAN 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 Blue Grass Nurseries SPRING 1904 Trees by the Millign Fruit and Ornamental Shrubs Grapevines Asparagus Rhubarb Small Fruits and everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden No Agents Strawberry and Gen eral Catalogue on application to H F Hilleivmeyer Sons Both Phono 379 LSXIXaiOlKY Lexington Eastern Ry Effective May 221904 EASTBOUND No 2 No 4 Daily ex Sun Dally Stations P m A M Lv Lexington 2257451 Winchester 810825L EJunction 822 837 Clay City 350 913 Stanton 408 023 II Rosslyn 412 928 II Natural Bridge 435 954 II Torrent 440 1008 II BeattyyilleJunc5n 1029 II 0 K Junct 011 1120 Ar Jackson6 1100 WESTBOUND No8 No1 Daily Daily ex Sun Stations Fif A i- nLvJackson225 625 IIO K Junct 2 80 0 2D BeattyvilleJuno 3 20 7 20 Torrent 347 744 Natural Bridge 401 801 II Rosslyn 823 425 II Stanton 430 828 Olav Oitv 480 837 II LE Junction 508 Oho Winchester 520 023 Ar Lexington 005 1010 NosSand 4 make close connections fur Oannel City and points on the 0 K Division daily except Sunday Nos 1 and 2 connect at L A E junction with 0d 0 for MtSterling and local points- J R BARR CRAB SOOTT Gen Manager Gen Pass Agt Clay City Hotel J M EATON PProp X Table supplied with the best the markert affords Everything neat andclean Rates150perday- t t a- A